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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

f. syiw. t .. ■ i - u \ 4 #1 .1 -7 i 1 m s i" f , i I. ( ♦ J 1' > HJpnPRIPPP« :■• ' ;; ' , HMO WINNSBORO WKKKIY NSW8 SEPTEMBER 27, 1M3. —"~ PROCTOR BROS. COMPANY Dry Goods and Groceries Stock always fresh and clean. The best place in Winnsboro to do your buying. Courteous Fair Dealing - Your Trade Always Appreciated Make our store your headquarters when in Winnsboro. You are welcome even though you do not want to do my buying. 3 COME! COME! COME! • M • t • • 4iM9H8N9M«NSN!N*KM*< • j* **• ••• **• j *** ****** J< I home grown, is almost ittdispen r> 1 « * C T\ " * j. I ^le *0 the successful opera The Kelation Ol Llairymg to ton of a dairy farm. Const a Profitable Agriculture . „ . ■ ===== By J. W. KlDOWAY, Director Dairy Development Department Mistletoe Creameries The development of a sub- pure bred sires, ranging from stantial stabilized dairy indus- 91 per cent for Arizona down try is essential to a prosperous to 8 per cent for North Dakota, agriculture, as well as a hea...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

mm WINNSBORO NEWS SEPTEMBER 27. ! ,U. reasonable poultry work By MISS MYRTLE MURRAY, Poultry Specialist, Extension Service, A. & M. College of Texas. Regardless of how highly a R * 0f standard-bred birds ~ been bred for egg produo- then' will be at least a few „ t|u,t liquid be eliminated year. 1 the flocks where ttL> or no culling has been about a third of the floek : ..a.ml| v be culled without *„S ,.i ere production. However, the general care L feed < f flock should be tak- Ljnto <'moderation. A hen is imply a factory that manufac- tory raw materials into eggs, would not expect to send (orn t" •' cotton £ririv have it pade into hales and eventually into cotton cloth. Yet, occas- joallv \w bear the remark, "I 'feed my lions all the corn they vant. I dc not understand why they do not lay." A hen must Jiave material to make these parts of an egg,—shell, yolk • 1 " She may have the and whit material ' Ijt sho d< ] ial to n I the t'frjr the necessary wavy. Broud w. vie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

win; ho weekly news seri ember M I s. fr ' J | I REE! Free Free FREE! 1 'i >e tirst ten ladies spending $1.00 or more i in our store opening morning will receive j absolutely free a coupon good for $1.00 in I trade, choice of any goods in this store.— | Sals Opens Promptly at 9:00 A. M. ', ✓ t SALE Opens Saturday Morning, September 29th, Promptly at 9:00 A. M. Will Continue for Two Weeks Closing SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 13th , NOTICE Our Store Will Remain Clos- ed AH Day Friday SEPTEMBER 28th To Arrange Stock and Mark Down the Prices. Turner Mer . Co's $40,000 stock now in the hands of ;e Texas S • es Company for Quick S lling. $10,009 Cash Must be Raised at Once. This Stock of Goods at the !V:ercy of "the Public for Two Weeks Or Till ' his Amount cf Cash has been RAISED SALE STARTS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 * You are Invited to Our HEN party Saturday Afternoon, Septem- ber 29th, at 2:00 o'clock The Opening Day of Our Kig Sale We are going to give a real live "Hen Party." Turning loose ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

FJ1 VTNNB**0 WEKLY NEWS Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF LUM- ber AND BUILDING MATERIAL ON HANI). CAN FURNISH EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BUILD A HOME EXCEP THE CARPENTERS. « NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD AND MAKE REPAIRS WHILE MATERIAL AND LABOR RE CHEAP. LET US MAKE PRICES ON YOUR BILL COMPLETE. CONNOR - CAMPBELL LUMBER CO. A Pem Picture of Our , Town In All probability this is the state to betfuno densely Many of it gpirtfed little cities will beconi m t«: o trade ud of those which do. it will be be . i he united efforts of the cttisens in encouraging trade and other niLei*#^ i.ec. sary to the growth of a town. We believe wo are peculiarly well situated to be rtiught up in the tide and ride proudly forward on the topmost wave of prosperity. We should clear the shore of the breakwater of jeal- ousy, discontent, and discouragement. We should have strong faith in its possibilities and pull together with even and steady stroke. Our splendid school privileges, if ad- vance...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

27, 1923. ' ■ I If *8* 11 ' M't ' • « 1- 4- WS IXi if m Lit! I a I i No. 5674 1| Reserve District No. 11 Repd*. of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Winnsboro, in the State of Texas, at the close of business un September 14th, 1923. RESOURCES I.oans and discounts, including redis- counts, acceptances of otlu>r banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsements of this bank '.except those shown in b and c) - $418,547.15 Customers' liability account of accept- ances of this bank purchased or dis- eounted by it $ 86,803.80 Total loans — -—1506,350.45 U. S. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) — — — $ 50,000.00 All other United States Government securities {including premiums, if any) $ 54,000.00 Total Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc: ; Ranking House ..... $ 10,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures $ 1,570.00 Real estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. Cash in vault and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

-- T WINNSBQBQ WEEKLV NEWS SEPTEMBER 27,1 JEWELER it)r .,5"> - 1 - i >. • ■■ —- : •: ine Repairing, Clocks and Optica Goods. All Work Guaranteed. —w* •• • «■ OFFICIAL 8TATKMHNT The First National Bank W1NN8BORO, TBXAS Atftl.e Clo.. of lluoiMM Hept. 14, 1823, uh Rendered to the • Comptroller or tliu Currency * 1 RESOURCES ' nnnat & Discounts * $418,547.15 Bills §1' Exchange 86,803.30 $505,350.45 (J S.I Bonds — 50,000.00 Buildiitf & Fixtures 11,570.00 Dtherflteal Estate 4,927.14 Cash * Exchange 171,114.37 Liberty Bonds 92,650.00 M ' 263,764 37 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus (earned) 100,000.00 Undivided Profits.... 92,073.22 Circulation 50,000.00 DEPOSITS 493,538.74 Total] $835,611.90 Total $835,611.96 The Above Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier No 404 Merchants & Planters State Bank . WINNSBORO, TKXA8 Statement at the close of Business September 14th, 1923 RESOURCES Loans & Discounts $314,702.14 Heal Estate 18,224.08 Furniture & Fixture...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

J;* A s WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBBK 27, 1923. Open Every fternoon! Gome! —Attend Our Afternoon Shows! First Show Begins at 1:30 P. M. Uist Show Starts nt 4:.'l0 P, M. See the Picture At the Afternoon Shows AMUSII THEATRE lorn educational, Entertaining SCHOOL CHILDREN! You will Have Plenty of Time to See AU the Show School—Don't Miss Any of Our Hie AtWn See the Show After School Afternoon and Night Today Mid Friday { SATURDAY f MONDAY AND TUESDAY Afternoon and Night l JC9SE L. LASKY „ PRESENtS RODOLPH VALENTIN' "Wow, What a Ball Game! "Listen, Mac! You ought to have seen that ni th inning! I'm gasping yet—can't get my breath! 'Bat' Shugrue's turn to bat, and him not in the game! How that mob yell- ed!—affc finally out comes good old 'Bat' himself. Takes two called strikes—and then three bad ones! Two and three—boy, you could have heard a pin drop in that park! Then—sish!—crash!—and the old apple went away from there, plumb over the bleachers! Wow, what a ball game! |J MOMf i) team '(visito...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

,0 IV jr- | -NO. 2. IONY NKWS g. Robinson of Sul- ' is visiting at Mr. j. Whatley and two PRESBYTERIAN WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, October 4. 1923. SERVICES ,,3ej ,8erl? of services con- ducted by Rev. R. L. Owen of Bonham at the Pr,«K + • * canons proem i, , sl,yterion; tions would indicate that no ARE ALL KLANSMEN OUTLAWS? $1.25 PER YEAR Walton's proplama- facto he proclaims himself the one arch enemy of the klan and de- wnau' "«>« Church in this city camV tri nliri Z'~ZI r,"— "" """ "iV" we mail una ae and Huford, came close last night. Rev. Owen i« oi h ™ govern- nounces the Oklahoman as be t _ - iiiajt utifh I An nhlu nvnnAU __ 1 IS f 1 llUS the COUHWO to f iidlt IhftiilKT ^Antrnllurl nnrl ..« I. it. Long strings 01 beaus tor at itie Variety btore. 6485 Bales Cotton Up to Wednesday night 6485 Mr. and Mr*. F. M. Ferguson oi tue /iniubu uieatie opv-in, bales of cotton had been weigh ,V"for a visit with! an able preacher and'th^w^l COl'ru*c to fi«ht theiing controlled" and "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

TT7^ |P |P ■ I Si' ■ WiBPsboro *iy News i i ii \ i if I .ife ■ i I I I q Vi , |: . ■ Homer R. Weir. Editor |1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clas* mat- ter, September 24. 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Winnsboro Circuit Notes The Fourth Quarterly Con- ference which was to have op ened in November at Musgrov will be held at the First Sloth odist Church of Winn; b r Tuesday, October the 9th, at eleven o'clock. Rev. A. T. Walker will ptw' at Shady Grove on Monda night, October 8lh. I will be at Webster Saturday night and Sundny afternoon -ind will preach at Fore t Home Sunday and Sunday night. Bro. Dabney has promised to preach at Webster Saturday night Let's give him a full house and good attention for he has a very important subject. Espe- cially do other denominations have an invitation to hear him. Rev. Wilson Taylor will preach at Slruly Grove Sunday at eleven ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY MEWS Octeber 4. 1923. METHODIST CHURCH Concentrate on keep- Incf it as you concen - ti nted on building i What thought and planning you put into it! How you watched it grow from a hole in the ground to a beautiful home! Think of how you saved, that your dreams might come true. What if fire should come? Would your invested sav- ings beswept away ? Insure now und enjoy the com- fort of a mind at ease. This agency will cover your needs with a policy fte the Hartford Fire Insurance Company to pay for any los* by fire. For safe and sure insurance, call J. T. GIBSON & CO. WINNSBORO TEXAS ITHIS isn't one of those (alee free treatment 11 oBcra you have seen so many times. We don't tflcr to give you something for nothing—but wo do guaractco that you can try this wonderful treatment, entirely at our risk, and this guarantee Stacked by your local druggist. "HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES" (Hunt's Safe* ud Soap) has been sold under absolute money bHk pwrantco for m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

k ** \ mmm M #M! fit •« V!. ' ' ip1 V '.k i' lit ' • S 'f I • WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS October I, 1923. THE ENTERPRISE OCTOBER SELUN SMALL PROFITS CAMPAIGN RUSH SALES This Campaign Will Increase Our Sales 30 Per Cent Small profits and rush sales will be the fea- ture of our whole store in the month of Oc- tober. Now is the time that you must buy your winter needs and here we are with store filled with very best merchandise of Milli- nery, Ready-to-Wear, Dry Goods, Shoes, No- tions and Novelties. Nearly every day ilew shipments arrive and we have used such efforts to buy the greatest and best merchandise at prices we can offer you to compete with any competi- tion, any especially with any MAIL ORDER HOUSES. Before you order, we ask youl to see us, and insist using comparison on the quality, price and workmanship of the] Garments and Hats OIJR LOW .tiJVrjSR Otvvtwt* ~ •• & US THE SrE^S^I" BEPTtiMIHCK 0* 013K HlSl'OKi. oe, * MjxliACER ,A,n mTVi?i> n v'vrffMett' nearly all of his pe...

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

Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF LUM- BER AND BUILDING MATERIAL ON HAND. CAN FURNISH EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BUILD A HOME EXCEF THE CARPENTERS. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD ANI) MAKE REPAIRS WHILE MATERIAL AND LABOR RE CHEAP. LET US MAKE PRICES ON YOUR BILL COMPLETE. CONNOR - CAMPBELL LUMBER GO. | P tf.-MeCrary Hardware Co. HARDWARE, FURNITURE. COFFINS, BUGGIES, WAGONS and iMi'LEMEiVio. The Best Place to Trade. We sell Furniture and all kinds of rugs, Linoiium, window shades, Doors, Windows, Peter Schuttler Wagons, Emerson Buggies, Corrugated Roofing. The home of New Perfection Stoves. ( Winnsboro, Texas Tip R. Anderson All Kinds Carpenters Supplies and Builders Material WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS October 4, 19C3. \ % MAKE IT A TRUE DEVOE'S LEAD and ZINC PAINT The Paint with the Absolute Guarantee to COVER MOORE and LAST LONGER and COST LESS than any other brand of paint The Paint with the wonderful gloss and hard finish For your flrors and woodwork we recommend VALSPAR,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS October 4, 1923. 1>I9TRICT COURT JURY LIST THE ilEN THAT lays Following is the list of grand nnd petit jurors drawn for the Octolwr term of District Court, which convenes Monday, Octob- fer 8th, 1923: Grand Jurors ynmi Vi-V*' <*v I V * V • I ■ "Tt . -.. I h-J- ' 1 * f' i • « it v i Mgn : ,V["Y SAC,, ou/^Trftj^ eweley's Best Flour Thoroughly Satisfies purpose quality is reflected r,iits growing popularity among i ir customers, both in town id in the rural homos. BEWLEY'S BEST one o fthe best known brands flour sold in this territory id if you have not already us- 1 it your neighbors and iends can tell you about it— >u take no risk whatever in lying a sack now under our >eral money back guarantee. The hen as we have her today has been developed very rapid- ly as an egg producer. 'ihe jungle fowl from which our lay mg hens huve been developed pi./babiy laid but about two dozen eggt- a ><ar at most. f RI Perhaps many only raised one ui'rt 2 Hens o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS October 4, 1928. AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optica Goods.' Ail Work Guaranteed. « M We Appreciate Your Patronage II whatever your business here—be it a checking account, a Savings account, seeking financial advice, or making in- vestments—we appreciate it EVERY teller, clerk or officer of this institution WITH WHOM you DO business TAKES a personal interest in your fi- NANCIAL welfare. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0 TEXA8 Buy Your Clothing from Chas. obinson I- £NDTHK iiiu. WOOL SUITS $17.50 to $35.00 ■••THE BEST BLUE SURGE SUIT IN WINNSBORO FOR $27.50 Nobody*® Clothing Pits Like Ours Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vickers made an auto trip to Commerce IStonday. We want your sorghum sy- rup. Wood County Produce Co. E. R. Crctoe, Maw^ger. —Nol>ody's clothing fits like ours.—Chas. Robinson. " . - $ T&k. Jl-.i ;. m it. BAPTIST CHURCH NOiHS Theo. A. Binford," Pastor * 4 ' God said to Moses, "speak unto the children of Israel that they go forward." The mes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

WINN6BQR0WJEKUfNEW3 October 4, It23. I I I I .'I r W | ,'j$ '■if i\ -1 I iif ■ \ I?r 1^ i I if •i ■ \v:i 'I i i. ■ f'i U '! ; if: i-4.lt It [ j - ■ ■> TURNER MERC. CO. WINN8B0R0, TEXAS THE STORE AHEAD rassS Business Supremacy must be substantiated by something more than a mere elaim of commercial SUn.j ority. The verdict rests within the judgment of the Purchasing Public and to you who comprise this sol rd id body do we address ourselves. Our desire is to be known as "The Store Ahead." If Lowest Prices H* I est Quality and Perfect Service have their reward—then we are entitled to be accorded this recogniti ,n Our Sale is still on and Clerks Are Busy pu f« SURE FIT CAPS Regular price from $2.00 to $2.75, our sale price $1.35 HeaTy Wool Flannel Shirts, reg- ular price $2.50, Our Safc t'rice only $1.98 BOYS' SWEATERS Regular Price $5.00, Our Sale Price $1.39 MEN'S COAT SWEATERS Regular Price $5.95; Our Sale Prtce $4.95 Blk 100 per cent Wool Sweaters Guaranteed, white, blue, pink and...

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

m )W f i ijbf*: WINXSBQRO WEEKLY NEWS October I, 1923. N OTICE VETERAN TEIFOMPHERS PUN FAIR REUMOU iTHE FSIME We Loan Ice Box Free, Give Service Anywhere i iwletrrsphere all over Dm tak*n up Ui« aufc >^n«'orgc W. Foster of D*1 •iniMl •> -,uki iiTe taken up the rortlon las, for arf'Wdd timers" contest ant n reunion nt tlm State Fair of Texas Dallas, Oct. 13 28 with the utmom enthusiasm It Is proposed to hold i the reunion on Press Day, MdMuy Oct. IS, and Indication* are rnanf pioneer masters of the Morse ctfds Cain, a (lis Elaborate Pyroteehnlo Exhibit Wltf Feature Night Entertainment. Fireworks nlghtlp Is promised hy Ihe management for thu eighteenth will be on hand patcher with the L. R. & N. rMlraad atmunl State Fair of Louisiana, Otewi- I at Greeavllle, has Issued a sweeping Soda Water In Bottles Phone or Writs teT Fred Azbell w!~° [Winnsboro Service Station SERVICE FIRST Dealers in the best tires at the Lowest Prices. iGoodyear tires at the lowest prices of tire indust...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 October 1923

\ - t>,y WINN3B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS October 4, JW3. B:1 iyj * ') r ifiiK*l ♦ i3 si t i ul i 1 m If? Ill i #3 it I i * The Variety Store Specials 5c 5c Rick rack braids 5c Trimming braid 5c Needles, 25 to paper . . Black safety pins . . . Note book fill- ers . . . 10c School scissors 10c "Oh Roy" Cap Pistols . . 15c Package caps free Big Noise Repeat- ing pistols . 25c Package caps free. Combs in cas- es 10c and 15c Kleinerts Stork Pants . . 25c Ladies Handker- chiefs 5c to 15c 25c face pow- der .. . 19c Marcel le talc 19c Small Mavis Face powder . 10c Washable powder puffs . . 10c Purses. • . . 98c Beads 15c to 49c Mer's garters 19c 25c pipes. . 19c White cups and suacers, St. Den- is, per set $1.35 White plates, per set . $1.35 No. 3 tubs . 89c 6 white enamel cof- fee pots . 75c 9 in. white enamel pot lids . 10c 12 qt. heavy tin milk pails. 45c Percolator tops 5c 10 qt. galvaniz- ed pails . 20c Fresh Candy, per pound . . 25c The Variety Store 0. R. DAVIS, Prop. uttlTads WIG DISPLAY O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

'A // 33 Unmhftw DL. XV.—NO. 3. I Nabors on Freight Rates j solution it would seem i% to les- Mduction and inflate pric- es, o lower the delivery char- ts, i.,at the producer may live Lot us see what the vinlAtimi Austin, Tex., Oct. 1, 1923. t of tad principle of letting value be Newspapers: j «>Jl-ul « making rates is doing jve been greatly interested jor country. I am gojng IfVe Uti " t>* . j • A mil vuiijv he past few thiya in Secre-,™ some of the illustrations v Wallace's proposal tc re-,|)r ur eminent authority to il- , freight rates on all farm"U8,l?',c this point and only ap- s twenty-five per cent as Proximate the costs, but they a of restoring prosperity 1<)kl true oyer our entire coun- farni and ranch, and the try. A suit of clothes worth WINNSBOUO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, 0( TOBER 11, 1923 Last of American Crusaders Against Famine Leave Russia After Long Service In Field rmltftuvi u ii ' " .¥■ tical farm and rancn, ana uie '* u« or ciotnes worth rot criticisms of suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

' •§;*; 7J&? ■" • ' ' < IVIM 1 t JI : i SMALL PROFITS <x.<~xxK**r <,**••*:: <t >+m<r«^v«-vvv«v-w •■' V ft a 5v •/ JV il. WS®: ■ *" A ! >P*^v IK triS j rwm I; %s §Sj •1 U'lilklfc: m n winnsboro weekly news october 11, 1923 ENTERPRISE OCTOBER SELLING UMA< L :u I ..« U'l n 1 " • 11 RUSH SALES miii niio>innii#Miiini><ip> in<innn nut ««^Ma*6>6dt6ti moi tt< This Campaign Will Increase Our Sales 30 Per Cent Small profits and rush sales will be the fea- ture of our whole store in the month of Oc- tober. Now is the time that you must buy your winter needs and here we are with store filled with very best merchandise of Milli- nery, Ready-to-Wear, Dry Goods, Shoes, No- tions and Novelties." Nearly every day new shipments arrive and wr have used such efforts to buy the v greatest and best merchandise at prices we can offer you to compete with any competi- K( tion, and especially with any MAIL OKDER HOUSES. Before you order, we ask you to see u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

' ' ' 4 sbora WeeHy Hews R. Weir, Editor "JTkAR in advance .tared *8 second-claa* mat- ajnteniber 24, 1909, at the See at Winnaboro, Texaa, ?j£ ,ct 0f Mirth a. 1879. Jvwlisinlt " de known [ipplication. JSIIKD EVERY FRIDAY Est • it U I HI O'r £ '* IP sfm m\ o i. GO RIGHT AT IT Friends and Neighbor* Winnsboro Will Show You A Way Get at tho root of the trouble relieve Itf •Chlng back lna> But won't cure it if the kid- neys are weak. a Ylu W rcach the loot of it- the kidne>s. at H,0an S ^idnt'y So right Reach the cause; attack tho pain. Are recommended by manv WinnHboro people. Ask your neighbor! Missi Nellie Steed, Myrtle St., Winnsboro, says: "I am glad to recommend Bonn's Kidney Pills lor I know they are a good Kid - ney remedy. My kidneys were weak and inactive and I bec-imc run down and nervous. My back ached and my kidneys aet- nrcffulai^y,^ at times. Bonn's Kidney Pills regulated my kid- neys and benefited me in overv way." ' 60c, at all dealers. Foster- WINNSBORO WEEKLY NE...

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