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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11. 1923 ■"! —— {Rflha ■ i •1l If! 3 t ilf 'it f 'T I . 5. u m I ' I f : m f il : U i|! If' ' I 1 I' . - ' ?il i ■ HU 1 f ' i i 1 1 \ i \ «Bti • Not in Twenty-Six Years a Showing to Equal This Season' •ij ■ ____ Collection of Men's and Boys' Clothing Now, You'll See the Biggest Values in Years in Men's Stylish, All-Wool Suits! We have spared no effort in collecting the greatest line of Men's All-Wool Suits that we have ever shown. We are desirous of giving you the biggest suit values in two states, and confidently believe that our prices on all-wool, high grade, stylish suits, we much lower than others. And, too, you have the privilege of electing from a tremen- dous assortment, where every style is represented and every new pattern of the season is shown—greys, blues, browns, heather mixtures; hwd worsteds, soft woolens, also blue serges. A really great showing, and the prices are very low— $19.50 $24.50 $29.50 TRY TO DUPLICATE THESE SHIRT VALUES Our $...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11, 1*23 I Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. MAKE IT A TRUE ■|xn 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. flOORPLAN JECONQ flOOR tlAM For your floors and woodwork we recommend VALSPAR, the varnish that will not turn white—the only varnish that will stand the boiling water test t And to complete your interior decoration we have a complete stock of wall paper in a variety of beautiful and harmonious pat- ters at surprisingly moderate prices. r,r,VT, fry LARGE STOCK OP ALL KINDS OF LUM- BER AND BUILDING MATERIAL ON HAND. 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. R. H. McCrary Hardware Co. HARDWARE, FURNITURE, COFFINS, BUGGIES, WAGONS and IM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

I i. J 'T-SJ <> f , WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOfcRB 11, j M < « . i I H W. C. KITTS OPTOMETRIST 5|i Come and see me for better spectacles and eye glas- ses. Don't wear old glasses too long, as it may bring injury to your eye. Many people are in need of spe- cial ground glasses and do not know it. A pair of glasses that gives satisfaction will create good will. A pair of glasses that is not comfortable will produce ill will. I make a specialty on Ultex Kryptoks and Wells- worth Bifocal Lenses. See far and near. In case your eyes are sensitive to light try a pair of Cookes famous tinted glasses and you will be pleased with the results. So give me a chance to fit your eyes. You may have children that are in need of glasses. If so, bring or send them to me, and I may be able to improve their vision. I have any and all styles of spectacles and eye glas- ses made specially to order, that you may want. My office is next door to A. J. Mills Grocery Store. PRICES VERY MODERATE CONSTA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

M MARTIN JVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11, 1923 rin« Repairing, Clocks and Optica' Goods. AH Work Guaranteed. MONEY Mrs. John Cain of Newsome underwent a serious operation nt the sanitarium here Monday. ■ J |e money you have buried in Kome out-of-ihe-wav jue-it's a temptation to others—it's a menace to loll. easy to spend when you have it at hand. It's easy going and when started it's gone. Why not Jjnkvour money at the FIRST NATIONAL HANK? [Yon can get it whenever you want it, BUT YOU yON'T SPEND IT when you do not want to do so. FIRST MATIflNAL BANK We want your gor"> ":n sv- i'l'P-n ^oM County Vrr' v Co. k. R. Crone, Maanger. ^a'P^ Campbell ntid C. V. Weir made a business trip to i l.vler and Marshall Monday. Read our page ad. October Soiling Campaign now 0'\—The Enterprise. We must p.'e ise. Coffee, Maxwell Housv Fol- gers, Elegant, White Swan Wamba, Canova, all guaranteed to satisfy, at Proctors. —Nobody's clothing fit's Uke ours.—Chas. Robinson. TI. E. Sollomnn and wife of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

fflpp ———— — WINNSBOR0 WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11, 1923 B&V HTOF:.';-; Wonderful Merchandising Opportunity < i- §. at IS.H. sy i iijf Jj |{.: /'; ii'llls. '"1. ft r I i ?u <F dy. ' r, i f*.' s I J n r?ii ri 1 I Rr M t, Buy! Buy! Buy! Whil; Our Big Sale Is Q Never in the history of our business have we had better business, and better pric< and more pleasing trade, and we are in be tter position to offer better pricos on l, lines. New good are coming in every day und trade is getting better all the time. ft member this sale and buy your supplies for winter while you can buy right andcheai Men's Heavy Dress Rain Coats With Double Cape Guaranteed Regular Price $10.00. Our Sale'Price— $3.95 Boys' Brand New Rain Coats Guaranteed to keep you dry. Regular Price $.">.00; Our Sale Price $4.19. Misses' Rain Coals, best styles, tan col- ors; regular price $4.95; at $4.19 Ladies' Rain Coats Regular Prices $3.95 to $4.50. Our Salt-Price $1.98 QUALITY You may expect the highest quality...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

m •>; JVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11, 1923 TLE IC( ft ioonful f*The Show That 8how«" will Furnish Variety of Amusement at f<dr. Midway tmuiiiMtt tor patrons oI Stat# Fair of Louisiana, Ootober II to 28, Inclusive, will U without a •uperior In the e!„ateen y8 « UiU exposition luut bee i la opeiatloa at Shreveport. it win be Airuiah«4 Uy the Morrte A Castle Show*, "Tue Ufcow that Shows." The name "Morrta A Castle* to «• • " « «■ •nough to guarantee . n|a*e of automobile says: Milt Morrle and Jo..u Cuiulo, tho own- •^8'< mun w^O OWI18 one," ere, are experienced Is this line of en- un(^ 80 we say ask any one who duavor. Thie la their third s^iuoa aa was present last Sunday moiu- ownera of a great railroad carnival ing about the great service we h4d ,u blnh ^ad- f'°d's spirit was present, In Shreveport, and liure it la that the METHODIST CHURCH The pastor of the Methodist Church desires to say here that he gratefully appreciates the many invitations that have come within the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 October 1923

r ■ I' n I K 1 I , $ ) . ml I h c me W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 11, 1923 Buy Your Clothing from Chas. Robinson —AND SPEND TH^ DIFFERENCE FINK ALL WOOL SUITS $17.50 lo $35.00 —TH&. BEST BLUE SERGE SUIT IN WINNSBORO i'vOR $27.50 Nobody's Clothing Fits Like Ours Km EDITORS T8 Bf WESTS or STATE FAIR ON MONDAY, OCT. 15 flans for Entertainment Announce By Committee—Noon a>t4 Eve- filng Luncheon an Program ^ Far Tha Day * Plana far tha entertalamant af rta Itlat editors and lualr "folk#" o* ?rua« Day at ika Stale Kalr of Tw as..Oct. 15, aatlclpate arransaasaati almtlar -to those af last rear, it U announced by K. S. Kberly, ehatrmai of tha recepUos cou-.mltteo. Act'aj with Vr. Kberl> for tha Fair Asso elation, are varloas commute* una Including men with wkiom the a- w pa^er folk are a ell acquainted lu ■ buiineaa way. Thara will ha a luncheon at the Orlbntal Hotel at 11:10 a. m al which visitors wtll ha provided with ttanspcrtatloa to the Fair Or tindi aad wues other couatesla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

A ■ & f\ ♦.'* W,/ .jr* K a PittwfeoT# J® ^ Ci\*& -NO. 4. 0RK1S CHAPEL i missed sending in items Atwo weeks, will send in Ktppenings this week. ■ J 5 this burg is very present- All of the • ire alwut through pick HARMONY NEWS WINNSBORO, W^OD CO'- \TY, TEXAS, OCTOBElT 18, 1923. NOTICE TO TEACHERS | Democratic Victory Club Registration Cards must Fellow Democrats: correctly and returned! A virtual performed $1.25 PER YEAR Soil Improvement Campaign Wood County's agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of if important win c^iUtat T«1iii^r£ta£t The writer visited Mr Mrs. Ben Anderson of • . I — * ■ 'Vill fi, J/V-J I I /I III' . and ielJ!Jto t,le stttte Department community by Mr. Fnrout • li Education. You must have lock. x uicol j i hpop onnrnvaJ kir tt r in your Her farming operations are her LIGHT PLANT j CHANGES HAND# Monday the plant of the Winnsboro Ice & Light Comp- M. D. .Car- biggest business. Her soils are any passed into the hands ui — «• «=. mm ui rorescithpao u„\l ~ V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

X F%; i ** 'rt( 1; ® rJH 11 ifci "fffliF WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 18, 1923. • i TURNER MERCANTILE COMPANfl BIG SALE STILL ON. BUSINESS GOOD. NEW GOODS EVERY DAY. L )N'T MISS IT. PRICM LOW. QUALITY FIRST. W| A GOOD PLACU TO TRADE .■ao-icl-utiav I _ . SRHVK'R WITH V I ctrt t SATISFACTION GUARANTEED "More For Lets" S IOES 18 Pairs Mahogany Pa's regular price Pric? 18 Palrr. Tun Metal Hals, regular price Price 18 Pairs Mahogany Tllu, regular price Price — — 18 Pairs (Jtin Metal Itlu, regular price Price * - , $f .00, our sale $ 1.49 $5.95, our sale $4.29 $4.95, our sale $3.95 $4.95, our sale $3.95 SERVICE WITH A SMILE FULL VALUE 'ALWAYS SHOES 18 Pairs Mahogany Bals, regular price $5.50, our sale Price $4.->9 18 Pairs Hov.s' Mihogaay Ua's, regular Price $4.00, o jr Sale Price . $3.49 Ladiei' Oxford? 'I *N"' Ladies Oxfords, $2.95 up to ... 91.95 SHOES PUMPS Ladies Log Citiii One Strap and Two Strap Pump8. I just arrive' <f you lor our putn™ over you wj|'| J®*'I Pri >* can't ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS october 18, 1923. WELER Fine Repairing, Clocks ant! Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Ihop By Check (I,,, im«i Shopping Season approaches. So, Miss [Mrs. Ulankville, be prepared for it. Start a ang Account with tris Bank now. CjflrJa Check Book just about the handiest thing [could cany in your hand-h' g. It does away with ying unusually large sums ot ready cash and will ou "*ny Pr«ci°us minutes. ,(00, a Check serves as both a record and receipt ur purchases. So, by all means—Shop by Check. baptist church notes i christain church Theo. A. Binford, Pastor. „ , t, . .. | Sunday School 10 a. m.~Ro- "And ye shall know the truth,!ger Carlock> Supt. Let every- and the truth shall make you!one be 0ne ^ Please. Com- ' imunion service 11 a. n 7 free" John u-io tu . r Im«n*on wrvice 11 a. m. Preach- iree. John 8.32. rhi\tfore in|f n:20 a. m we try to give uie woiid the plain unvarnished truth. "I Morning and subject, in. i rp I Worshipper." You "The True are invited ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 18, 1P23. ■V-Vi1 ' - : :i:: •'* dO 1m — % Xs "*■— r'" W t'S rri A1 I I ;; * i > t1 ' j h ' V I 1 i I • :: ■ / i c i r 7fI 1 1 ; \ 1 i.-iii I i 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 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. R. H. McCrary ■n <W mi. o. HARDWARE, FURNITURE, COFFINS, BUGGIES, WAGONS and IMPLEMENTS. The Best Placc to Trade. We sell Furniture and all kinds of rugs, Linolium, 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 i nwii. li'Sfi "I r FIRST FLOOR PLAN ■ 1 OT / fell oca BJ& Seem flcon Plm •"A w —6E®i BrttURDtE' Hardware, Furniture, Coff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 18, 1923. W. C. KITTS OPTOMETRIST Come and see me for better spectacles and < >e ir|a.s- w.s. Don't wear old glasses too long, as it n,:.y brine injury to your eye. Many people are in um-u „i HlMT. cial ground glasses and do not know it. A > air of glasses that gives satisfaction wilt create kojo will. A pair of glasses that is not comfortable will pro iuce ill will. I make a specialty on Ultex Kryptoks and Wells- voith Bifocal Lenses. See far and near. In case your eves nre sensitive to light try a pair of Conkes famous tinted glasses and you will be pleased with th. results. So give me a chance to fit your eyes. You r.;ay have children that are in need of glasses. If so, bi ir.> >1 send vision. them (o me, and I ma, be able Improve tfV.'i 1 have any and all styles of spectacles and cv glas- ses made specially to order, that you may w t. My office is neit door to A. J. Mills Grocery Stoi . PRICES VtCRY MODKRATE iawwH Winnsboro Service St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

ff . f\ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 18, im :; f? Best V alues Possible! Expert Alterations Free! ImmmmmmmmM SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES • ■ .b - wu i I m ,«j ' w f 1 t i m -1 : $ i: . > * The Largest Stock We Have Ever Carried. The Greatest Business of Our History. Expert Altera- tions FREE. Best Values Possible. We are Kill ing Mail Orders. There's a Reason! With Our Quantity Buying Prices are Lower Than Two Years Ago. Millinery Millinery Several Hundred Hats To Select From Our New York Buyer, Alfred Popper, is allowing us to sell you hats at the Prices we formerly paid. Three ladies to wait on you. 15 people to serve you and anxious to please. Our October Selling Campaign Will Save You 20 Per Cent THE ENTERPRISE Winnsboro, T. B. TURNER & SON Texas Winnsboro Weekly News Homer It. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE vmam'wrr ACTS ARK ASSURED METHODIST CHURCH Entered as second-claw mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

• — fv 1J3K W1NNSI ^KO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 18, 1923. 1ME0LA KLAN No. 96 Knights of the KU KLUX KLAN Jill HOLD AN OPEN AIR MEETING FRIDAY JIGHT. OCTOBER 19th, AT JENNINGS DAIRY LrM> ONU MILE WEST OF MINEOLA. \ large class of candidates will be mhjcted into the invisible empire, af- eli WHICH a speaker of state-wide jjOMlNENCE will deliver an ADDRESS on BE PRINCIPLES of klancraft, TO which uf, PUBLIC is cordially invited. hLANSMKN NOTICE: To participate in initiation ceremonies you must present your card to gain admission.) ! it? L. \T •• : % ' f- est. 1882 :% i W^i gvi%-r^U i mtwd tlo HuM |"KI SACK CVMVT|tj^g Flour Satisfies Notice riD0S0 [ ''' atOulCl rt, ■l" tllf* TOtti BEW W fili- is reflected .lit'y among >th in town ines. EST io\vn brands is territory already us- hbors and about it— no t,.4k whatever in a sack now under our Honey back guarantee. ipi)e!;'s Big Five A TON IC *'• Tasteless chill font. rextom , "'I Vitality by 'urjfv n« c d 'he Blood. When yov^ f«(| its invigo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 October 1923

I I •fjl; J J / !' > Winnsboro High Defeats Pittsburg High The followers ol the pig: skin at Winnsboro Hi succeeded in winning from Pittsburg Hi last Friday. The score of the game ■nth 12 to 0. The home baya had tfhe visitors clearly outclassed in iwcry department of the game, .end nothing other than the sheer fight of the Pittsburg tiflben kept the score as low as 31 was. The game started with Pitts- aurg fighting hard and after >ailj a few minutes of play had advanced the ball to the Winns- raaro 25 yd. line. Here the home •awys retaliated and held Pitts- jmrg for downs. Joe Stokes is Star j offence. Captain Holly Wilkin- son, White, and Milner worked 'well on the defense; holding 'Pittsburg to slight gains. The first score came in the third ! period when Beggs plunged left J .t le for 6 yds. The second score came immediately after- j wardg when Allison ran 83 yds. 'from the kick off. Friday the home team plays Emory at the high school 1 grounds. It is hoped that the home te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

naEL WVfMff! . - y i *i /if / yf'&yr* \ is'}-*" !! ML. XV.—NO. 5. Bnk iu RILLIANT SOCIAL AFFAIR NABORS CLUB ORGANIZED One of the most enjoyab'e af-| A "Nabors for Railrna i -C tUfi HPUAOn WHH i miaciinn/tM m.. .. COlT|- WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, OCTOBER 25, 1923. 8,000 BALKS COTTON RECEIVED TO DATE $1.25 PER YEAB of the season was i missioner Club" ^ned at the home of Mrs G Andrews honoring Miss Jc Norris of * Lebanon, [ The elegant Andrews home never more invit'ng than "this occasion when glowing warmed the chilling breath Autumn. Six tables were spared for the ever popular jme of progressive "49" and Qi merriment prevailed thru- it the afternoon. At the close of the games ivers were laid for delcbrs freshmcnta consist'nt* of ni- nto sandwiches, hot cv>oco- _jrd rake which the hostess- lVrnd, assisted by ltatsses tt> Andrews and Eve *0f Tuesday afternoon, Oct. here Tuesday' 'morninL 0ver 8'000 ba,eB of < u-hoti M>s. Henry Smith en- mass meeting held at th ru. . ve bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

-3C „ Jt ivj \ 11 ? ■ ■y>' ^ '■'•* ':;j WINNSBORO W I KKi.YNI f V< TOM K 25. 1923 Unique Meetki Vt the Church V By Theo. A. id, Pa.;to> We art- inn ting a r type of rovivtl n ung at Baptist church i *e> son. ig not the ordi uigeh meeting, vvhol .ir; a is. to reach th ! • Vv'hilu telieve in tha' i! / wc and know tha rch tl it: not evangel > . no ril to live, v o a t Christians need t ive a d. er knowledge Word God, and ^ hi; iu r ■ c<vU(> their pHvileg ; i Christ, they will not I • mangel: j long, Therefi ^ ; ning on Octo me. j that has as it . run the teaching Word !God on the ; ''indapei beliefs of tho m love know God. ' udl«0 be deep and \v trust that th lie deep spiritual. We believe t > is the sole ami 'igl' So we are go . t! on the first nij t<fj| into the othe r to know mor <>ui 'i« J i|. mffn' HI creative wo- the subject second night materia! age That will Qet in the*We1l2)wssed Circle Oh, Boy! If you are looking for a real overcoat, here it i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

'"VI! WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 25, 1923. i *■ I | Iti' |V 1 exas University Reaps Sweet Revenge Longhorns Tounce Commodores to the Tune of 16 to 0 Mullinax and Weather by ••The Man'* Shop' At the Fair Park stadium last Saturday the University of Tex jj Lonphoran earried the old ^skin to victory over the mmotiore ekven from Tenn- ckc and reaped sweet revenge lor the two previous beatings the Longhorns have received from Vanderbilt.. Over J 6,000 persons paid their admission at the gates. Betting odds were R io l on Vanderbilt, but by the end of the first quarter hnd completely reversed T< the unexper*««* Kckhardt i« Star rexas did Big Os Eckhardt the I/)ng- horn halfback was the sonsa- tion of the day. Time af In* time Os would plow the commodore line for substantial gains. His puntinpr was also a feature of the game. Eckhardt conHstent- !y outpunted Rvan the highly touted Vanderbilt kicker, and on each exchange of punts he would chalk up a good gain for Texas. Winnsboro High...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

mmmm MMMMaOMH I V-i<f 1 I -'U'i i'J In X iH V r -• HPP f.'f. I 1 ^ { 1 ; {|# >«;• Mu WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 25, 1923. —— m PERKINS HAS NEVER BEEN HYPNOTIZED BY PROFITS; WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FASCINATED BY VOLUME; FOR PROFITS IS THE MEASURE OF AVARICE, WHILE VOL- UME IS THE YARD-STICK OF SERVICE. 06 PERKINS HAS NEVER BEEN HYPNOTIZED BY PROFITS; WE HAVE ALWAYS BFEN FASCINATED BY VOLUME; FOR PROFITS IH THE MEASURE OF AVARICE, WHILE VOI UME IS THE YARD-STICK OF SERVICE " In Our Apparel Section Hundreds of Late New York Dresses, Coats and Suits A Treasure Chest of Values and Fashion and Quality An Enormous New York Purchase Amounting to Thousands of Dollars Approximately twenty-five hundred dresses; fifteen hundred coats, and nine hundred suits, lately purchased by our buyers in New York, for the chain of Perkins' stores, Our share of this tremend- ous purchase is now in our apparel section, bringing to the women of Winnsboro the latest New York styles-only the smartest winter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

— '.mi y\ K MARTini, J ^WS®0R0 WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 25, 192.1. ■ ij. ,r n-'ii k . I J ■ %0t DO IT NOW Mri " ■ f Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Vickera ad Tube Wriiriit v ,"" luue separated Jersey cream Kit \veit in Dallas this week for sale.—Paul Gorman, Carhartt Union Made overalls -W. C. Dodifen Co. phone No. 199. Tele money havi- you got on hand? Mighty little? j the ksH you have the more reason there is for to fipgin to ncnimulate irioney. Take whatever imay h ve on hnnd—even if it is only $1.00. Bring [^od it to the First National Bank—not tomorrow the next day. or the day after—but NOW—just It now. Douglas Mac Lean, star of " he Hottentot," will be seen in thf^v-vit l"1.™*"W0"" lis Turner MercantiLV.,, 1 ; 13" ut the Anu,su- Wednes- Mercantile Co. Crossett Shoos for the well' dressed men.—W. C Co. iwio,,, „ your presents o.tKt.i from Flower Show Bernie Weir was home day from Tyler College. , bilOp. gift Sun- i Nobody's clothing fits ours.—Chas. R...

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