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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

-7 f ;i W '■ \ h !•, .1 t I | I p TURN MERCANTILE COMPANl BIG SALE STILL ON BUSINESS GOOD. NEW GOODS EVERY DAY. DON'T MISS IT PRj, LOW QUALITY FIRST A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE , SATISFACTION GUARANTEED $f I SERVICE WITH "More For Less' A SMILE SHOES > 'f Price Price Price Price l our Mlt $4.49 our aale $4.29 our sale .......... $3.95 our sale $3.96 , SCHOOL TABLETS Our Sale Price ...t~ PENCILS 4c 5c 0 $1.00 3 for ! 3-lb COTTO NBATTS Stitched down. Our sale price 3-lb. LINTER BATTS Regular 75c. Our sale price 69c BLANKETS Wool Knaps from $3.19 up to $5.95 TOLL VALUE ALWAYS ' SHOES 18 Pairs Mahogany Bain, regular price $5.50, onr sale Price —■■ — - $1-39 18 Pair* Bays* Mahogany lials, regular Price I$4.00, our Sale Price — $3-49 Ladies' Oxfords Ladies Oxfanfa. $2.% up to $4.95 SHOES PUMPS Ladies Log Cabii One Strap and Two Strap jyipg. J just arrived. If you look our pumps over yo« □ Prices can't be duplicated In Winnsboiu ] Welts Our Sale Prices are right. Look oud Shoe DepartJ over be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

W: / />, / if ii ii t TAX LIST «•—* lo Independent 2 land town lots fax roll of the indent School lus rrior here- llinquent, fot x is the delin- l,f the Winns- ii School Dis- I by the |<rop- r said Winns- School Dis- x with article B8th Lewisla- iilled session. i]rs. Addie, 1 j survey; 65c. I J., 5 1-4 ac- itrlin survey; 4. F. M.. 1-8 g sui".; $3.25, 8. F. M.. T-3 fi sur.; $3.jJ6. , Arnianda, IIur sur.; 75c ler, 1-4 acre, Sfl.on. W., 1-4 acre, M.no. W., 1-4 acre $1.30. tiia, 7 1-2 I sur.; $3.25. ii n a, 55 ac- Jr\: $1«.25. J. I., 72 ac- f. I., 3.7 ac- l sur. $18.33 1. I. 72 as- > v ^ "• '!'TW I r 25, 1MI hrP mfl 11* |m* fti Jfti' riff! in i;. illl.1t |ii".' ■■ i Lee sui I, M B. i irar.; * Itily snr . k Ijtnr.. m.r. f jut '. 1. 3.7 ac- sur. $18.33 !. M., pail. . T. in ac- $2.00. , W. A. 1 air.; $(5.50. A., 1 acre, l\ V\ acre. .95. 1-4 acre, ] .00. ' , 2 acres, 13.00. i. 1-2 acre ; $5.42. „ 1-8 acre ai k, 11 1-4 r. P. Dod- !>?• .rs. Mary 1 \ "i-.; $6.50. i:, , J. S. J. Ite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 October 1923

. t ' I I' : ,.> v i I I ! I I T < % m. I Ss LY> WINNSBORO WEEKLYSEWS OCTOBER 25, 1923. — ■♦•vo">4*4*44*++ *❖< ♦« ♦ ♦« •>•oo t 4M c +->4 y* <- 44 THE ENTERPRISE October Selling Campaign PRICES, QUALITY AND ; 7YLE IS'GIVING US THE GREATEST BUSINESS OF OUR HISTORY. WE Alii SELLING L/vpIES I'OR THIRTY MILE AROUND. WK HAVE NEVER HAD SO G SAT A STOCK OF COATS, SL ITS, DRESSES AND MIL- LINERY. ALSO, THE y, TEIt DRY GOODS, SILKS, NOVELTIES, SHOES AND HOSIERY. WE ARE GI NG ALL THE ATTENTION POSSIBLE TO BUYING UN- USUAL VALUES AND WK HAVE BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL. WE ,rfAVK TWO ASSOCIATED NEW YOiilv JUYERS AND Ot A MANAGER, R. J. TURNER, IS IN THE DALLAS MARKET .'/VERY WEEK. Coats! Coats! The weather is here. You must have coats. Here we are with all wool children's coats for $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95. Misses coats at $4.95, $6.95 and $8.95 Indies coats at $5.95 and $8.65 $15.75 coats for $9.95 $18.75 coats for $13.65 $25.00 coats for $18.90 Latest Suede, Velour and Bolivia ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

I lcom« jtern and I JH I was | it? .he* ■that I s i vt/u jVr-NO. 6. Smony news Mrs. V. R. Cahrert from Wedt Texas. Mrs. J. D. William- ion Oay attended the the first of last week, prt large crowds. very little attention op visiting," and hence bing to report on that on Creek, wonders will 1 got all the Hop- [jrty stew I could eat the iy, and believe me I had ht "44's" when I got WEBSTER WI^M°R°( WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, Sv^MBER 1, 1121 ver "eg^d°f thi8 ^""nunity ig rey. w. l. tittle News comes from the confer- [nt' fed cotton for Mr. Kelly f and wore my fingers lly ell>ows, and of course pt write to the paper. ; is are some better now tiope they will be well in or so. I also hope that |]y will never have any otton like that was. : will be a box supper at tome school house next night, November 3rd. md.s will go for repair- school house. Every- i invited to attend. Don't [your pocketbook, boys. iirse everybody knows1 hr. R. S. Kerr will be pas- [Harmony another year, nr. W. T. Tittle wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

■ V V I IB I*. t> i i \ . ?. f , £ ttgj ; 1 . , ' I f hT ' ? WINN8B0R0 WBBKiY NEWS NOVEMBER 1. ^■■■■■■EiragBE^aEaiSL mi turner Mercantile compan BIG SALE STILL ON. BUSINESS QQOD. N^W GOODS EVERY DAY. DON'T MISS IT. PR], LOW. QUALITY FIRST. Wij Pi! [of mi r A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SHOES 18 Pairs Mahogany Bate, regular price $6.00, tour sale Price 1 $4-49 18 Pairs Gun Metal Bals, regular price $5.95, our sale Price — $4.29 18 Pairs Mahogany Blu, regular price $4.95, our sale Price $3.95 18 Pairs Gun Meta! Blu, regular price $4.95, our sale Priced — -$3.95 "More For Less" SERVICE WITH A SMILE FULL VALUE always SHOES 18 Pairs Mahogany llals, regular price $5.50, our sale Price $1.39 18 Pairs Boys' Mahogany llals, regular Price $4.00, our Sale Price $3.49 Ladies' Oxfords Ladies Oxfords, $2.05 up to $1.95 SUITS I at reduced prices. Browns, blues, grays, 1 suit reg. price $25.00 our sale price 1 suit reg. price $27.00 our sale price 1 suit reg. price $27.00 our sal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

Equknt tax list (^innsboro Independent "Viands^"and town lots Hon the tax .-"H of the ®r(, independent Sell ol ^ " yeas i rior here- eh are delinquent, foi which is the delin ,1 of the Winns- School Dis- , for :h [and apl '« acre, J-. 5 ac- M. Con- J.. r> nc M. Con 12, Blk 1020- 12, Hlk 1919- 12, Hlk 1918- 12, 151k jjdepi ndcnt " roved by the prop- of said Winns- Kbpeni'ent School Dis- VHl.,.,)rdanre with article JT0f the 38th Lewisla- jts fn t called session. LAinslcv, Mrs. Addie, 1 L'v I!. King survey; C5e. _Azhell. ' ■ ^ ' ,IC" Si Sunimerlin survey; -Allen, Mrs. F. M., 1-3 |ray |;, Kinpr stir.; $3.25, -Allen. Mrs. F. M., 1-3 |raV |{. King, sur.; -Alexander, Armanda, Gray l' . Ki"ff sur-I 75c Allen. Walter, 1-4 acre, King sur.; $1.00. -Brown, J. W-, i-4 acre, King sur.; $1.30. -Brown, J. W., 1-4 acre King sur.; $1.30. Brown, Emma, 7 1-2 Srny II. King sur.; $3.25 -Brown, Emma, 55 ac- |uy !>• Ki' K sur.; $16.25. Browning, J. I., 72 ac- Inj Lee sur.; -Browning, J. I., 3.7 ac- I...

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

WEEKLY HOTS NOVEMBER 1, f■ ■ * BL K" I iv ''■Bf .?!; ■W m i' ■' ! f 4 IB f 1 I . * ■, ' , \ -1 Ifn! I I li I p • f. • : h*u , ■ 1 4 !jl 1 If I, NOW PRESENTING THE GREATES SEASON OF MOTION PiCTURE EVER OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF W1NNSBORO AND VICINITY Amusu Pictures Are Clean, Moral, Educational, And Entertaining Coming Movie | Entertain- ments: Burning Sands the answer to "The Sheik" Stepping Fast with Tom Mix Rich'Men's Wives Special Attraction The Dictator With Wallace Reid The Sunshine Trail With Douglas MacLean Crashin' Through with Harry Carey The Eternal Flame With Norma Talmadge While Satan Sleeps With Jack llolt Daddy with Jackie Coo gun The Pride of Palomar Special Cant Open Every . Afternoon AMUSI) THEATRE Clean, Moral. Educational, Entertaining A Great Picture « Every Day TO-DAY afternoon & night last chance to see the laugh sensa- tion! . "BELL BOY 13" -with- Douglas MacLean -Also- ii christie comedy Oh Promise e' Mr" FRIDAY AFTERNOON & NIGHT SHIRLEY MASON "PAWN TI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

: IT ■ v -n W1NN3B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS N|«MBER 1, 1 2J. i AMMARTiN, JEWELS Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. DO IT NOW \Vh:it money have you got on hand? Mighty little? The" the less you have the more reason there is for you !< begin to accumulate money. Take whatever von may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00. Bring nl S(-iul it to the First National Hank—not tomorrow 01 the next day, or the day after—but JSOW just right now. , Kev. Lon Morris of Pittsburg w<is here Sunday. Attvnd afternoon shows at Uie Aiuusu Theatre. One Cent Sale coming Thurs- day, 1' i ulay and Saturday ot'"* next week.—The Uexall Drug Store. I i di in l Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Green .' pent Sunday in Dallas and Ar- lington. I'eters Solid leather .shoes for the whole family.—W. C. Dod- gen Co. cw< bath robe blankets ♦•1 and U< "11 Cu. W I wui Sale coiiiing Thurs* tut and Saturday oi Ufa .-i'ilu ..oxall Dru,. ft wfuted Jersey cream le. I'aul Gorman, Tele No. 199. FIRST NATIONAL ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

i: 1 I j f i rm ? : fN8BOlOfil«KKLYNl(4MOVBMBER 1, IWI. DESTROYING THE BOt WEEVIL / "$et in thellkllDmssed Girde Oh. Boy! If you are looking for a real overcoat, here it is. One of the smartest effects of the season. An attractive model tailored as only Curlee knows how. Fine, Comfy Woolens, plus an atmosphere of style, make this fine overcoat a feature of the season. And we have other Curlee overcoats equally as attrac- tive. equally as good and just as reasonable in price. There are conservative models for conservative men; more dashing models for men who like to appeal young, and then strictly young me'ns models—all of them fine overcoats and great values. W. C. Dodgen Co. Winnsboro, Texas "ASK ANYONE WE SERVE" ; Urtnnsuoro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor i > , $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE .(leo, B. Terrell, Comnnidn- er'of Agriculture, recomi'nds plowing under green stak as the most effective methc combating the cotton boll d. His statement follows "There are many mac and variou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOV EM HI PITHY H Variety Store Extra Special for Saturday, Nov. 3 Beginning at 9 a.m. krouKh a lucky purchase ,we are enabled to offer •uita of a few dozen Children's Heavy Fine Ribbed Underwear at per suit 1 A Limit 2 Suits to a Customer 0,|,er Article. Carri.d in Stock at Exceptionally Low Price. Jeautiful Beads . 19c Jar Drops- . . . 19c Cuff Buttons . . 15C Tin Funnels, ass'd sizes, 5c to 25c AGRAPHjf* -3« ' $ COlXINk more or;„'ai w* individ as kind afje were a genera ago? •t V . I chari' . I>i lv n What is aTeaspoonful? The de< maintains an appro- priately a .ry compartment fur irrespons ? and infiincere mis- leaders o he people. Mussti :ull line Hose for the whole family-Bargain Prices THE VARIETY STORE If: !i. DAVIS, Prop, Winnsbororo, Texas MAKE [TO ALL CONCERNED: Ed'ective with the date hereof arid until Januaiy 1st, 1924, our prices on Cross Ties at points on this I Railroad are as follows: For White Oak Ties stacked adjacent to Side Tracks: ft...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 November 1923

WINNSBORO WEHuY MEWS NOVEMBER 1, MMy E i r I ■4i' I fp: i •> Ig; P $«> i 1 ir i •if ■ « i 1: .V ££ Prices, Quality, Service That Gives Uj] the Greatest Business of Our History WE NEVER HAVE HAD SO GREAT A STOCK OF OATS, SUITS, DRESSES AND MILLINERY. ALSO, THE liTTER DRY GOODS. SILKS, NOVELTIES, SHOES, AND BMERY. WE ARE 'GIVING ALL THE ATTENTION PCSSIBK TO BUYING UNUSUAL VALUES AND WE HAVE BEE!VERY SUCCESSFUL. WE HAVE TWO ASSOCIATED NEWYORK BUYERS AND OUR MANAGER, R. J. TURNER, ^S IN THE DALLAS MARKET EVERY WEEK. Winter Merchandise AT PRICES THAT WILL SELL THE DOZEN. IT BY Ik1 sure and get your snare uefore our stock is exhausted. 75c Ladies good weight winter undershirts for 59c $1.25 ladies unions for 98c Men's' $1.50 unions for $1.29 Men's $1.00 heavy shirts for 79c Boys' unions at 69c, 79c, and .....89c Girls and Misses' unions 79c, 89c and. 98c Underwear for everybody Sweaters of every kind and class at special prices Men"s cotton coat sweaters.... $1.29 Pull over sweaters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

itttt^hxrra ■VOL. XIV.—NO. 7. hNNSBORO FLOWER SHOW |The flower show will be at [e Carnegie Library November and 22. Will open at 1 ck p- m., November 21 Merchants pageant will begin at Program Ifhorus, Harmony Club. IWelconie address, Mrs. J. E. ore. iidnight Frolic of the Mums, I Flower Show. Kiss Winnsboro Goes Christ Shopping, I. J. Kendrick. fovs for Ynletide, P. P. Mar WINNSBORO, WOOL) I QUMY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1923 HARMONY BIRTHDAY PARTY 3 Miss Martha '1'ra N°Verr,l,er Pete attended singing at this hostess f,, ♦ i t ,ramger was place Sunday afternoon. stess t0 the following m Mi8g Home Baker, Sanitary kery. laint.v Maids, Perkins Bros, lid Man Winter, Mullinax & itherby. infr, Mrs. Louis Steven- young friends for the celebra- tion of her 13th birthday: Miss- p. Iv,s nTaylor- Mary Ona thymes, Ruby Jennings, May Joe Braden, Ixjis Drummond Lorene Hallman, Dorothv Lu Green, Blanche Daniel. Daisy J orter, Louise Carlock and Ev- y? .tler' and Messrs. Adrian and Milton Green, T....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

:l ■ EE, |w I; I i i;J! I • f iw ' <\V I sktfiL. i ' ■ t ■ i; 3 ONE CENT SALE THURSDAY. WHAT IS A ONE-CENT SALE? It is a sale where you buy an Item at the regular price—then another item of the same kind for 1c. Am an . . . • ' jn j8 Arbutus Complexion Cream is 50c. You buy a jar at this price and by paying lc more, or g ha^Mnlrlvmi for veara a high-class standard piece of merchandise, ju;-t the same as we sell you every day at regular pi ices and ha e sold > u > A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING This sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to ~nv,"c* or the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-size package of high standaid merchandise lc. It costs money to get customers. The loss taken on this sale will be well spent if the goods please you. 2 lbs. for A blend of high grade Coffee of exceptional value, roasted aM packed by the latest machinm During ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

winnsboro weekly news november 8, ims Mullinax & Weatherby "The Man's Shop" Announcing a Special Sale Pelham Suits ■For- s. Q a *r- w Friday and Saturday Only A Big Reduction We have been authorized h.v the Pelham Tailoiing Co. to re- duce the price of their suits fr>i Friday and Saturday only, anrt to give the people of this trade territory some real bargains. Our purpose is to introduce to you a real suit of clothes that will look nice and give good service for the money. You are missing something if you let these specails go by. MULLINAX & WEATHERBY ! CLEANERS, PRESSERS "The Man's Shop' WINNSBORO, TEXAS iwleys Best has the blue jon fill around the sack and uaranteed to satisfy or inon- ' refunded.—Campbell's Big Coffee, Maxwell House* Fol- gers, Elegant, White Swan, Wamba, Canova, all guaranteed to satisfy, at Proctors. I now have an attachment for trueing up crank shanks. Will appreciate your work. Mar- tin's machine shop, opposite ice plant. A GOOD WOMAN OONE TO REST...

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

®' p 1 I ; i < t,11 if.: i 1 'I, WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 8, lttt DODGEN • • •• I8K ANYONE WE 8EWVE ~\ A High Class Store BUILT ON VALUE PROTECTS YOU TODAY BECAUSE EVERY RIGHT MINDED MERCHANT IS NOT LIVING MERELY FOR TODAY. HE IS BUILDING FOR TOMORROW AS WELL. HE IS COMMITTED TO THE POLICY OF PLEASING HIS CUSTOM- ERS BY THE QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE HE OFFERS FOR SALE. THE PEOPLE OF THIS TRADE TERRITORY ARE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT THE SLOGAN OF THIS STORE IS HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. AND TODAY WE ARE IN A BETTER POSITION TO GIVE YOU REAL VALUES AS THESE GOODS WERE BOUGHT FROM THE BIG MILLS ON LOW COTTON BASIS, AND ASK THAT YOU PRICE WITH US SO WE CAN DEMONSTRATE THIS FACT. AND DON'T FORGET WE GIVE FREE QUALITY BRAND Aluminum Tickets WINNSBORO, TEXAS \s ■ i uiiii pill f ni i; hi in « " • • I ? m •nr'iLiii m Gossard Corsets Gossard Corsets Brassiers for the man Who Cares. Blankets The blanket you have wanted. We have it and made of only first grade material an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

WINNBBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 8, 1 *23 f nf How to Save Money on Your Dairy Feed Bill Possibly you are buying too much concentrates for your cows. The proper proportion of rough- age will save money for you. Any Texas soil will raise some kind of good roughage that will main- tain the cow's body and require the purchase of a smaller amount of Cow Chow for milk pro- duction. State and world records made on Cow Chow have been made on a liberal •mount of roughage. Cane hay, prairie hay, Johnson grass. lorghum silage, lespedeza and other Texas hays make fine balances for Purina Cow Chow. They'll keep the cow in good shape and make more milk at less cost. Raise your roughage and buy your Cow Chow from PHONE 67 CAIN'S CASH STORE RANGERS NEED NO WARRANT TO SEARCH Habitual Constipation Cured I In H to II Days •LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- npared Syrup Tonic-laxative for Habitual OoMtlpntion. It relieves promptly but jhookl lie taken regularly tor f4 to 21'days ") induce regular act...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER *. 1923 i\ . >' , Si : I Ml' , j, h 'I: •• -j.*1 • DELINQUENT TAX LIST For the Winnsboro Independent School District. List of lands and town lots assessed on the tax roll of the Winnsboro Independent School District, tor all years prior here- to, which are delinquent fm taxes, and which is the delin- quent tax record of the Winns- boro Independent School Dis- trict, as approved by the prop- er authorities of «aid Ijoro Independent School Dis- trict, in accordance with article 7699, Acts of the 38th Lewisla ture at its first called session. 1922—Ainsley, Mrs. Addie, 1 acre. Gray B. King survey; 65o. 1922—Azbell, T. J., 5 1-4 ac- res, W. S. Summerlin survey; $10.88. 1922—Allen, Mrs. F. M., 1-8 acre, Gray B. King sur.; $8.25, 1921—Allen, Mrs. F. M., 1-3 acre, Gray B. King, sur.; $8.26. 1919—Alexander, Armanda, 1-8 acre, Gray B. King sur.; 75c 1918—Allen, Walter, 1-4 acre, Gray B. King sur.; $1.00 1922— Brown, J. W., 1-4 acre, Gray B. King sur.; $1.80...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

WrNNSBORO WEKKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 8, 1 23 Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. [ife's Uncertainty at will become of you when you can no longer work [„ living- >"'d what will become of your loved ones lou are taken ill or die? , only thing certain in life is its uncertainty. You [not alter this—you can provide against ti. A sav- aecount at the First National Hank is one form Insurance that insures against all things. $1.00 ts it. IRST RATIONAL BANK (WNSB0R0 TEXAS Flower Show P°nd will be a great attraction to the children. Merchants' ber 21. pageant Novem- T. M. Newsome of Dallas in the city. is When you have visitors in cars, send their cars to the Au- to Barn. HALLOWE'EN PARTY Dozens of new dresses, coats, and suits are awaiting your in- spection.—The Enterprise. Mrs| R. C. Campbell, Woodie Rhone and Lewis gone to Harlingen. Mrs. have Wanted to buy 1,000 pounds of fresh butter at Louis Ilill old stand.—Walter Cruce. Read our ad on the famous Bobolink $1.25...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

: W' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 8, 1923 1 ll y 'ivv ■ I [i Id rig &1B WONDERFUL VALUES ARE HERE F Big Your Winter Merchandise Nowj YOU I Great Reductions in All Lin BIG SALE ON SUITS Over 400 Suits at a Reduction 1 lot All-Wool Suits at from . . $14.15 to $16.95 1 lot All-Wool Blue Serge Suits, guarateed, $22.50 up 1 lot All-Wool Brown, warm, good fitter . $17.50 BIG SALE ON PANTS One Fine Lot of Men's Pants, Serge anl All Colors, at from $1.98 to $7.50 Highest Service Lowest Prices TURNER MERCANTILE COMPANY Winnsboro, "MORE FOR LESS" Texas ! The Store of Dependability Big Sale on Hats Regular $4.95 hat, our sale price -- $2.98 Regular $3.50 hat, our aale price - $1.98 Making Your Dollars Feel Good C AN BE ACCOMPLISHED IJY SPENDING THEM WITH THIS STOKE. THEY PURCHASE VALUES OF HIGH- EST QUALITY MARKED AT LOWEST JPRICES. OUR BUSINESS POLICY IS ONE OF PROFIT-SHARING, WHEREBY WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY BY GIVING YOU MORE FOR IT. THUS THE REASON FOR OUR SUCCESS. Big Sale on New Dress...

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

8 NOVEMBER 8, 1923 WET wpowoen , • r. % •, jot"*' <f0r ik/N^ WW MtisitsRrca* I ,ven 1 n® l<> ,s every $2,151 the! ll*!*' As<t0f. ST BY TEST j good/year Service Station IE high, thick, • harp-®d g e d :k of the Good- iar All-Weather 'wd keep the max- ium traction and 'ety under your Mr every foot of the '•y. They resist ieslip and skid- |®nSi help make the of fuel, and potect your motor J"!" lhe strain of •tilling or spinning •heels. I S"vlc* Station 17,7.?' "" "rm- ilj .1 a°o<lyr Villi, r All- m. "n,t " *Hh >tanda,J r j ^ ''and bnodvmr Servicm oto Service Station ®xfEAR Better Than Pills for Liver Ills. You can't . feel so good but what w'" make you feel better. 11111 ! Hexa'i Drug Store. ■""slwro Circuit Notes ± Martin will preach &• next Sunday at J cKlocl< and Rev. W. S. wm agreed to fill the the hf„i P?lntrnentR for ms tforeot u desi n«ted here. (10th ■ <tt S turday night, Worm' !r?, y ( rove, Sunday [Chan,.i' °'c,ock; Mor- y ",| Saturday night the J-...

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