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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

I [$■ ilia ' JPtf- 7 VI •! 'J| : •v JlV# I I i t WINNKBORO WBEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 2 . 1828. Tom S. Steed ON THE CORNER Has Some Bargains in Automobiles, Casings, Tubes, Seat Covers and 1000 Other Things That He is Going to Sell Some Second-Hand Automobiles For Sale or Trade One 7-Passenger Reo, on first-class mechanical shape. Would trade for Dodge truck. One Dodge to sell cheap. One 5-passenger Dodge in good shape to sell. Also see our— New Dodge Cars That Sedan is a beauty. We have New Chevrolet cars in stock. You have been told of all kinds of sales and schemes premium tickets and thousand of other things to get the money. We have no such things but are giving you Dollar for Dollar's worth when you buy anything. Prices are right. T. S. TEED WINNSBORO TEXAS GREAT THINGS PROMISED FOR MOVIE FANS Amusu Theatre To Present Greater Feature Week > ! > s "V > | $ I I t Gift Rings Everybody—at some time or other—desires to pos- sess a good looking Ring. So what could be more ap- pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

M MARTW jfe's Uncertainty Dgve von a Chocking Account at the First National lltonk? An- you a person of some means—a busings fJvLa rlork ? You have all kinds of trouble keeping four accounts straight—don't you? Lots of able men L, not skilled in keeping accounts. If you deposit Ivour money as it comes to hand and pay bills by check |L will firx1 many of your present troubles vanish. bookkeepers look after this matter for you—you Know at any time exactly what has been banked hero [-exactly what has been drawn out. We give you a liUtenient at any time. It costs you nothing to carry [a Checking Account here. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. win0','™ lfhe ,e^ing. items we Wait ,0r Christian church la- ■ 'fo.r Christmas are: dies bazaar for Christmas pie- . iiverware, ivory, stationery, sents. Lj. urt^le8- fur . Christmasl handkerchiefs, better hosiery, boudoir slippers and caps, s.lk Mrs. X. J. Thompson and children, X. J. Jr., and Hazel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

: i • 1 J| J ■9; ' 91 1 ' ' J I 1 H ' I WINNSBORO WBBK^Y NBW8 NOVKMBBR M, 1*21. TOYS OF EVERY KIND Dolls A Plenty Reasonable Prices Fresh Candy, 25c the pound mm&wmmrniimmmmmmmmkrwmmmm imhem. Visit Our Store MMM BIG TIRE SAL! COMMENCING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 And Continuing 30 Days We will sell Pennsylvania Tires at the following very low prices: THE si VARIETY STORE B. R. Davis, Prop. Winnsboro Lint 30x3, Fabrlt $11.95 30 x 3ft, Fabric $13.75.. 32 x 3'/j, Fabric — $17.50 32 x 4, Fabric $22.50 31 x 4, Oversize Cord $17.50 33 x 4, Oversize Cord $32.95 32 x 1 Vi Oversize Cord $40.80 Parents' Hope Is In the Future Of Their Children. He would bo an unnatural parent who did not wish to fvive his boy or jarirl the be t ed ca tional advantages in his power: a very thoughtless parent who would send him to the first school that mailed you a cata- logue, and an unpardonable p ir- eat who entered him into a school without first investigat- ing its location, equpment, char- j | (after of stude...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

*Cl. - " | Maa«; of Horschide Through and Through \ Aak for Stock No. 754 A Shoe That Makes You Forget You Have Feet! Here is a work shoe so soft and flexible that to wear it is like walking barefoot on velvet. But how it wears I It is all horsehide, double tanned to the softness of buckskin. The tops are of chocolate Wolverine Cor- dovan, made with almost no place to rip. The flexible single horschide sole is Goodyear welt sewed. For shop or field work in summer there is no shoe quite sr. Mtiifacinry. Once tried you'll never be without a pair. [•Comes in C, D and E widths. 0 H. L. CANNADAY WINNSBORO. TEXAS WINW8BMQ WEEKLY NBWH NOVEMBER It, IKj. MAKING light RAYS COOLER ' ffrturw WKW **r*-OeW ttMfWmO Mr" c nt «f H*at. r*— 'onfed Wl'th pure tgol^ hp* Iwttu made that i-«j w l of the heat fron^ motionTpL^^, "* •'"Diluting the danger of Are ?" t1h* mac''ine slows down or suddenly stops. By its nsC if li powible to halt the unwinding of a nigliljr inflammable film wul .tin •till" picture...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

mm HMM M '"it■ ft: t '■i ' ji I I \ I ||| ' I ' 1 fi (1 u !<) fWlf ;.mi : t ! r 71' K if ; I 1 ft 4 i ' wit Igjv ' The ENTERPRISE A STORK FILLED WITH SELECT MERCHAN- DISE FOP MID WINTER AND THE HOLI- DAYS—PRICED FOR QUICK SALES. 01'R ONE DOLLAR SALE IS SELLING DOZ- EN'S OF ITEMS. LCOK OVER LAST WEEK'S AI). IN A NUMBER OF CASES, YOU CAN BUY TWO ONE DOLLAR ITEMS FOR ONE DOLLAR. OUR WHOLE STORE WILL HE DECORATED THROUGHOUT AND YOU WILL FIND THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT PREDOMI- NATING. IT WILL BE AN EASY MATTER TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS AND WHEN TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS AND WHEN MADE, YOU WILL FIND UNUSUAL VALUES. Some of the Christmas Merchandise we will feature will be: Silverware, Ivory, Jewelry, Pearl Necklaces, Fine Stationery, Toilet Articles, Silk Underwear, Better Hosiery, Boudoir Slip- pers, Christmas Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Table Linens, Novelty Towels, Hath Room Sets, Sweat- ers and dozens of other pretty gifts. We advise that you allow us to know your desires as to Christmas present...

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

0 '' tmteboro X,V.—NO. 11. |er Man May =======r========^ WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 6, 1923. EDELWEISS CLUB $1.25 PER YEAB dgn Be Candidate vJ5" 15HW<!'"" club met v,,. vember 21at with Mrs. T J !t«)8p?0fJr'u lho lesson' "Russia its I ast, Present and Future " p.'ovftd very interesting. then what more fitting, after the studying 0f the stupendous upheavals and chaotic cond.tion of Russia, to have our lesson on American Citizenship' HOME STUDY illas, Dec. 4.—Farm Lal;or jites representing moio !fifty per cent of the coun [of the state, while discuss- jthe next year's political among themselves to ay morning previous leonvention session, intimat" L, Col. T, N. Jones of Ty- |/ornier member of the leg- W and prominent polit - [of the state, will be "dta(- | by the Farm-Labor fori < [week to make the race foi nor. j. Jones is our type of , and could adequately rep- ot the principles we stand one delegate said in pre- action by the present iition, urging Col. Jones to i the race. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 December 1923

I . m WINNSBORO WBSKliY NBWg DECEMBER $, IMS. DODGEN COMPANY "ASK ANYONE WE SERVE" JUST TWO WEEKS TIL CHRISTMAS A LIVE STORE NOW IN FULL ACTIO] Full action! Not yeeterday, or today or tomorrow, but full action every day. And more intensely activj right now when Christmas is in everybody's mind; when our lines are meeting with the full approval enthusiastic and economical buyers who have already made this an early shopping Christmas. • Listed below are many useful Christmas gifts for the whole family: For Women Ladies Pure Thread Silk Ilose, all the latest styles, $1.00 to - $4-00 Ladies Kid Gloves, long and short cuffs, light brown, dark brown and black, $2.95 to $6.95 L-idies Bath Robes House Shoes to match ..... $3.50 to $9.50 ..$1.50 and $1.75 Extra fine quality of Fancy Bordered Bath Towels and Matts, — — — 75c to $3.50 Plain and Fancy Parasols for the rainy holidays $1.25 to — - $6.95 Boudoir Caps - $1.00 to $1.25 Ladies Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, Ideal Christmas Gifts — -a-...,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 December 1923

tivj ol Ufl $9.5| )tn ■I'd 150d m $1.99 1 , and 8 lint I klM llM m Ifi' r0 Weekly Hews „er B. Weir, Editor IN ADVANCE as second-claaa mat- ,mbtr 24, 1909, at the ... at Winnsboro, Texas, act of March 8, 1879. tiling rates made knowu ation. ggED EVERY FRIDAY : Est. 1882 -g ptU! %W||) SACK OUWWfgt more flour when you [eley's Best Flour hest grade all purpose $1.65 per sack, backed |ioney back guarantee. ibell's Big Five WINNsnOHQ WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER AUTO LICENSE FOR 1924 HIGHER It will Koon be time to pay FORI) AND HIS COMPANY The list of original stock- holders in the Ford Motor Com- ,, puny with the amount of stock r ^ subscribed by each, was as M autom°Mes again, 6, 1928. lows: Henry ?26,W0; |".d„"!ll;°Ueh We V"** Alex Y. Malcomson $26GOO- tu ? '"creased charger: John S. Gray $10,500, John K 5*. ' 4ot the year- il wil1 bci Dodge $6,000; Horace II Hack ^ to car ownera ut lhis l«am $5,000; Albert Stielow J^JeWf mot?r tax law! $5,000; John W. Andersoj S ijl °" T"'Z l,l *0,000; C. 11....

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

w WINNSBOBO WSIKLY NBWS i , Jh Iff Ml sv ■ w a; 4: 11 ft 1 i,' ; f> ii i 4.'I ' E'l I M Beginning Saturday morning December 8th, and continuing until Christmas we are going to put on a price reduction sale that will save REAL MONEY to every customer who trades with us. EVERY ARTICLE INCLUDED There will be no blare of trumpets, hot air or dancing, as it will be our purpose to save to eaeh and every customer ACTUAL MONEY on any purchase made whether it be large or small. REMEMBER THIS All of our different departments are loaded down with high class dependable merchandise, such as is used by everyone in all homes and on all farms. COTTON HIGH With cotton scarce and high there is but one logical conclusion, that is, all kinds of merchandise will be higher in the future. Anyone buying now at a REAL REDUCTION SALE will be a sure winner. EVERYTHING It is well to know in this and all adjoining territories that we carry a complete line of everything from the cradle to the grave, so if you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 December 1923

WINNSBQHo WEEKLY NBWg DBCBMKR I, inj. I ry id It ■flA. Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. An Work Guarantee^!. ;hildren and Money I > 5"5"> Every child should be given a small amount of money from time to time. It it) nice to give a small sum at I first; the child will value it quite as much as a larger one. Even with five cents the little people can learn to plan and save for special things. Start an Interest Account here for the little ones and help them to [build it up. |i v v*!* v v * • • FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0. TEXA8 ou will eventually trade at itors, why not begin now? iby Peggy in "Tips/ 'at the feu, Friday and Saturday. ' Phone orders given prompt and honest attention at Proc tors. By your Christmas presents e Bazaar. |ophie Sweetgum declares [love is not really blind—it Inly nearsighted. you appreciate honest, fteous service you will trade Proctors. T. Mattox is home from p to spend the holidays. Tom Moore and Mary Miles Minter in "The Cowboy and the Lad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 December 1923

-- i s ■. I 1 i y m* I;, i b )! «! IV I Hf ■m ; •! II £ GALU MET Th« Economy BAMINO POWOEto —for over one third of a cen- tury M times as much as that of any other brand W1NNSBOHO WEEKf^F KKW8 PKCBMBBR 6. 1923. r_ [ Send It To Chas. Robinson Cleaning—Pressing Dyeing 1 am thoroughly e- quipt to take care of this class of work for you in a satisfactory manner. I can save you money on— SUITS & TROUSERS '.i— . ■ 1 ii, i ■ I. It's in our midst right now— the "Microbe of Love," that dangerous bug against which the people of Winnsboro have been warned, and will make its appearance stinging all who are present at the opera house on December 7th at 7 p. m. Boys, if you want to fall in love, come and be inoculated. Girls, if you want to catch a sweet- heart, come and learn how. Lots of pep, lively steps, real live chorus girls. Phone 13Q-printlng Nobody** Clothing its Like Our* Chas Robinson To Cure a Cold In Ch>e Day take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet*/) II •tope the Cough and 'Heada...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 December 1923

U •' ■ — A*.- «i. g« Ask for -•••• ' A' tfS&u. Moo*: o/ Horsehuic Through and Through Stock No. 754 A Shoe That Makes You Forget You Have Feet! Here is a work shoe so soft and flexible that to wear it is like walking barefoot on velvet. Rut how it wears 1 It is all horsehide, double tanned to the softness of buckskin. The tops are of chocolate Wolverine Cor- dovan, made with almost no place to rip. The flexible single horsehide sole is Goodyear welt sewed. For shop or field work in summer there is no shoe fjnite so satisfactory. Once tried you'll never be without a pair. I#Comes in C, D and F. widths. r H. L. CANNADAY WINMSBORO. TEXAS WINN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER I, 1923, Former Winnsboro Man Making Success Raiting Fine Poultry "1,1 N°.V" 25'—G ^ teed in. the Poultry business. • ithorspoon, said to be the on- His claim has boon de.nonstiat- ly poultry rniuer' in liar ie>n e<1 ,lcre 1'epeattdly OoiLuy who devotes his entire " Men B6C0min* 1 time to the poultry business an...

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

V f ; I W I I I li $ ! 4 Jh I > 1 3 ■ §;t 1; i i ■M 1: J!l !?i < , W1NNBB010 WHEIT NEWS DECEMBER •. IMS. CHRISTMAS SALE In Order To Relieve Our Store of All Winter Merchandise Y01' WILL FIND ALL STAPLE DRY GOODS. HOS- IERY. UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS. AND BLANK- ETS AT UNUSUAL SALE PRICES* WE WILL MAKE A SPECIAL SHOWING OF ALL SILK AND v*OOL DRESSES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. Our Stqck of Coats is still complete and the prices will sell dozens of them in the next few weeks. Coat Suits will be specially priced at— $12.50, $16.50, $19.50, $23.50 We are receiving dozens of advanced styles in MILLINERY—and are featuring wonderful hats for $5.00 each A complete close out of all VELVET HATS at— $1.00 to $5.00 Remember our GARMENT SHOP. Five ladies at your service—to make any class of garment desir- ed at such reasonable prices. OUR WHOLE STORE WILL HAVE THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. Come in and see us often. R. J. Turner, Mgr. Christmas Merchandise Boudoir Slippers, special Ribbon tied blankets $3.50...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 December 1923

fWSk wK&WWi WlNflMMNr . M. •' ,"■«' .'■; <• "i Jt ALV1S DEAD SCHOOL INFORMATION WW8BOKO. WOOD COUKTy. TEXA&jre^^ klg ay The News receiv- [following account of the Lf a. J. Alvis from neiits of Sitatc Aid ih Hum Phil ^ rural aid ri Goldthwaite. K ^ Wo??.c?unty > $7,945. ners WINNERS IN THE POULTRY SHOW 13, 1923 RECITAL FRIDAY NIGHT Followinjr h a list of the & AT THE AMUSU THEATRE Manager Ferguson is very en- thusiastic over the week's at- $1.25 PER YEAR GLIMPSES OF MASONRY I ROUND THE WIDE WORLD CUL JWlj I |ek lc and! 55^, uvea i„ tils z s ;:titrltry show«as?s*-* • S her. wiU J,~ ? * t heat cockerel; 21 ° rfiSrs ggfta&S , i is « wI'!ik'si- *> Vr brake hi. health K .ubLt. Thove^8 ra\T Attaw. 1st a, " 2nd "" ° J " death was not unex- w>ve 70 per J Mack Langshans. lie was born in Fay- s t , th!l1Liu; .cre(llts P'«- Jno- D. Fowler, 1st and 2nd unty, Mississippi, in :j jn ? inspection. State Khode Island Heds; best pen; . /n ...... </ u ai ^''1 not be avail...

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

SEp< W1NNSBORO WKKKLY NKW8 DECEMBER IS, 1WS :£ • t "• ; i m ; - •i ! imT I • fi' . • iTr; h: i >! T m\ v i i 1 1 :. t \ 'Jf i THAT BAKE -DAY %ats what Millions of women hove done with CALUMET Tfc«——wi ■***• " Being uniform, and dependable it never •poii« any "ie in" dredionts w «® <mbakeday "V. II -J*" "AW BY A TW* I C'd 1 BEST BY TEST Sates 2% rimes as-much as that o f any other Jbnr/xt Bread Well baked and tasty Bread—to be served at your Christmas table or used for stuffing the Turkey—is ready for you now. A fresh sup- ply daily. Christmas Cakes and Fresh home made Candy SANITARY BAKERY To Cure a Cold in 0\.e Day fake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tableu.) It ?.">•!* "jf an<1 TM of tht CoU ROVE'S aljlnature oa ca-h box 30c I ANIMALS' TASTES ARE QUEE •••' UkM Cod Llvtr Oil; Dogs DoU on Chocolat**; Birds l.ova Hemp. You ran hardly imagine any creuluro really lil%i g cod liver oil, even though it is wiid to 1«' richer in vitainioes than anv other food. Yet Sam, the zoo's |K...

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

V | WINNSBQBQ WEEKLY NEWS IECENBER IS, 1928 AM MARTIN JEWtLEft Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. NEAT-EATERS ARE DOMINANT TWO SEAS E/ ri / CONNECTED MtlSIMAS PAYS Aitt ..EKE Ijveiyoii'' wants new and nice shirts for the holidays Lid for wear after the holidays. A Criterion shirt of the latest design and the best quality will suit any man or hoy. A shirt is the one gift that any gentle- man will appreciate. Do your shopping early while we have a large and complete tock of the new and I latest styles of CRITERION SHIRTS Mullinax & Weatherby THE MAN'S SHOP ! CLEANING PRESSING <c ii\'i w kvhtfwi NOTICE TO HUNTERS (he following positively pro- hunting or trapping on • premises. Any hunter Jit tresspjissng will be pro- Ited to the fullest extent of j Holt, C. V., R. A. and D. McConncll, J. F., C. B. and JL Craddock, W. G. and U. pighn, Walter Lyle, Elbert jr, R. J. Franklin, Mrs. W. .Yilkins, Mrs. R. H. Green, |Hornbuckle, J. L. Langham, 1. Perkins, A. ...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS CKMBBR 13, IMS II II I isf i Si I to f I I < 'n i i 11 * i ■ \ 1:1 f |i !: f f . I > 'liii m ripj & Beginning Saturday morning, Dectmfcer 8th, and continuing until Christmas we are going to put on al price reduction sale that will save REAL MONEY to every customer who trades with us. EVERY ARTICLE INCLUDED There will be no blare of trumpets, hot air or dancing, as it w ill te our purpose to save to each and everyl customer ACTUAL MONEY on any purchase made whether it be large or small. REMEMBER THIS All our different departments are loaded down with high class dependable merchandise, such as is usedl by everyone in all homes and on all farms. COTTON HIGH With cotton scarce and high there is but one logical conclusion, that is, all kinds of merchandise will bel higher in the future. Anyone buying now at a REAL REDUCTION SALE will be a sure winner. EVERYTHING It is well to know in this and all adjoining territories that we carry a complete line of every...

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

1 roggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Winnsboro, Texas |a11 Kinds of Lumber and Building Material |Can Fill Your Bill Complete Large Stock of Different Kinds Lumber Always on Hand |See Us Before You Buy t WINN8BOHO WKBKLY HBW8 DECKMBFR 13. ion WHY SUFFER 807 Why Buffer from a bad buck, trom sharp, shooling twinge., Headaches, dizziness and dn- tressing urinary i Is? Win boro people recommend Do n • ills. Ask your neighbor! Co 1 you ask for stronger p.o. f merit? Mrs. R. Smith, Winnsbor , says: '1 suffered from back- ache and other symptoms of kidney complaint. There was a steady dull aching in the small ol my back and it affected me more when I was on my feet throughout the day. I road of Doan s Pills in the paper and got a l)ox. They relieved me. Over Four Years Later, Mrs. Smith added: "I have had no return of kidney complaint .since iJoan's I'ills cured me. I ! .< !• confirm my former state- ment." Mc, at all dealers. Foster- alburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. M'mtlowH OMtocr WHERE Hindus ...

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

WINNSBOftO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 13, tttt I H ,4 T "Sift fH i M ii I What's the Difference in Mule Feed? IT'S not the amount of feed you give your mules but the kind. Just a monotonous diet of corn, oats with hay fails to supply work animals with a sufficient variety of diet to keep them in good shape. Mules fed in this fashion get plenty "to fill 'em up." Picture yourself sitting down to meals of bread and watei*. You would soon lose your health. If you could have plenty of good meat, and fresh vegetables, your health would soon come back. You don't need as big n bucket to measure out a feed of O-Molene as you do for a feed of corn and oats. It takes much I jss G-Molene. O-Molene contains the variety of foodstuffs necessary to keep mules in pcrfect condition. You get more work from them. Mules like O-Molene because it io made cxcccdingly ap- petizing by a special process of crushing the select grains. O-Molene io being used by many of the biggest mule owners in the coun- try, becaus...

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

> « MWMM ♦ + +< UlftS ASM THIATRj Clean, Moral, Educational, Entertaining Tontinooi^ Shows from 1:00 1 . M. to 11:00 l . M. Children and Money •HrQ4i X-. ♦« [JlTEND AiTEKNOON SHOWS—OPEN EVERY DA^ TO-DAY and FRIDAY —The Yell of the Year— A Picture For The Whole Family BOTH TARKINGTON'S sequel to "PENROD" IPENROD AND SAM |A comedv drama of high merit that something dilT. • • I that you have longed to see in moving pictures. Hie management urges that everybody see this picture— bv patronizing pictures of the above type you encouragt i to show letter pictures. Iweare mighty proud of this picture, it is a pleasure to <>f- Ifor "PENROD and SAM"—we know that when you fil* out lofthe theatre you'll say "It's Great." Also—"A RAMBLING ROMEO"—Comedy | ADMISSION 10c and 2-">c SATURDAY A Thriller if there Ever Was One Charles "Buck" Jones -•in-- "SKID PROOF" | Racing thrills and flying chills—If you don't get a thrill from this picture, see a doctor! 1 - )ov ■ nut to open an accou...

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