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

B • vi 'Ik. i ' ' ■ < I I I .1 I wj' iwt -'i 1 yimi- K ■ . ''i 'a ! :t [• ( hi li I; i ■;5 . > if P' I i b! i ■ MJ WD4N8B0M WBBR.TNVW8 PKCKMBKR !«. lt MERCA XT:* : COMMENCING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15th, and Con- tinuing Until December 31st. Remember, this is a sale of bargains and not merely a circular to attract attention. Everything in our store will be cut to the core in order to make our stock invoice as light as possible on January 1st. A big stock of good, clean merchandise to be slaughtered. We can count cash easier than goods. This is the last call for 1923. Thousands of articles go at big reductions right in the face of higher prices. Avail yourself of " the last call for 1923. Thanking our many customers and friends for past patronage, and trusting our methods of doing busi- ness merit a continuation same, we are yours truly, TURNER MERCANTILE COMPANY The first ten ladies entering | our store will be given a coup- | on good for ONE DOLLAR'S worth of merchandise at any p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 December 1923

Have Always Si- Linoleum with Pee Gee Linolife An occasional coat of Pee Gee Llnolif* preserver and beautifies linoleum. You can MiUjr apply it your. •elf at small npum. Do it today. ••Save the Sariace and You 8aveall.,{ Thera are many other surface! In your kitchen that get especially hard wear and eoon become dingy and worn without the protection of good var* nlthea. For all of them 'JccSce VARNISHES -'■Jr. \ * Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. yeaeleo-OeulbeH Co., LnlnflU, Kr. INCORPONATIO ORTH LEAGUE Kject — Sacredness of Christian conception Gist. kxthkmks in mkting j 01 T HI MMIIMENT Hie of a penitentiary Of th- , .u;fh „UtfeH U .um* i/f P'-nnittinif convicts, ' " ' I air, attir- in c,v 'ian ' loth"* and to mingle *,th the crowd. Among some of those j„ even- ing cloth* found ''anting with "ciety wanna were life-tirm '"irderm, h gffway robbers, and notoi,ouK atiekup men. . Jfrom#othl:r ,UU:.- come re-j port* of indescribable cruelties' ln"iate of priwjfu,. Jiru-j har,*inK the| — , *it...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 December 1923

DECEMBER Y*f \r .v m. vnrw.wv \r**\> 'v.v-iAV& vrvvvv Here s a Hearty "Thank You" ft 1 ' :< ! t t , i :i •jff H"' li kJ.J | vW ttt i , i III- I I m i I ! I '1 fi !. 1 1 ■SffiKi For the Good Will in the past and the the Best of Wishes for your Prosperity, Health and Happiness in 1924. Wfcr'r"*/! # JR& \Brt4 I Wh/Jr V' '/< >JU£ lit '<<• f - v- Hrs • •***. Yes, 'Tis Christmas Time Again and we want to take this opportu- dity of wishing you everyone the compliments of the season- "A Merry, Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year" Above All, We are Going to Offer You Christmas Merchandise Along with all Winter Ready-to-Wear, Millinery and Dry Goods, at prices that will cause you to remember usjiin 1924, and assist you in giving greater gifts for less money. Come in and see how pretty our store is and note the large display of better merchandise. We cannot help but shout that you have not s^en such values during the Christmas season. Special pur- chases allow us to ...

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

% /V Uj vol,. XIV.—NO. 13 TEED FOR 1294 t ^ Tally. Federal Reserve ten til WWNSBORO, W00D COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 20, 1923 , CHRISTMAS SEALS ~ $1.25 PER YEAR MT. VERNON MARRIAGE Costing Texas 130,000,000 HARMONY NEWS iuiiji Anne Iaaurie Anderson . ... «. 5ent °"t th,e f°ll0W; .A"M L« r". the only child Christy SUthewluMi "5. 'Jz *>***" ' « letter to member banks of of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Andtrr,n ' every K^S°V1lh? h«® home of the bride's parents, ... Federal Reiarve Bank on of the Forest Home community Vo,'d and of many baseball bat- ,,Ut*Ke an<* ^ra. K. T. Wilkinson, :®00 a , necessity of faimers plant- passed away on Monday nieht ha* fighting the:Mr- Ch* . M. Winkle and Miss 'lhis wt* *he declaration o, this tune in approximately th< ^ la23' "i zmr r* -tfasE&tt'ur «sw sss &&& lit concerns Last lexas more clock at the aire of thr** v .;. -. u. ... * , ' ee , n iage, Lro. Leon W^ill- Associution convention at Foi house will vote against it, sever TEXAS CONGRESS...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS "1 I I I 1 ■ I a 1 'ife | i ■ •ii i \1 UK*! iff! i 1 1 V ilfl< 1 i f'i If b ! M 1 i •4# I «f IT > t LITTLE ADS WANTED—To buy your peas, ^anuts and furs.—Cain's Cash Jli'. FOR SALE—Two nice heavy springing heifers—Ed Horn- buckle. TRADE—Want to trade mule colt for Ford car and pay the difference.—Homer Calvert. CHRISTMAS TREE PLACED AT LOCAL LIBRARY 'SDAY, DEC.'20, 1923. APPOINTED GENERAL EVANGELIST WANTED—House to rent. Must be close in and in good locality. —Mrs. H. R. Green. FOR SALE—Good milch cow. Good for butter. See me at once.—Mrs. H. R. Green. LOST—A black and white poin ter pitch. Finder bring her in and get reward.—Charlie Jones. A Christmas tree will be in- stalled in the lobby of the Car- negie Library this year, accord- ing to an announcement today,! by one of the members of the library committee who said: "If you have enjoyed the pri- . .. . , vilege of reading there will you r ie Methodist Church e show the Christas spirit by do- tends to y...

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

WRIT JE W is "• Repairing, Clocks and Optical: ods. Ail Work Guaranteed. !.l: ^ M«sk Wl.i h Grew Christmas WILL KUO NBE HISTORY |, youi ej u i i£u l8 for >oui friends and tovcd , ae..i—>" ■ n.cniory ui regrets? <i0 AVO" lh H ' " biasing position—make it a ilAKDV* E UIIitolMAb' —give lhc:n sonu'lh.nt( tint will Christttiib (.ay, ar.d be •, f Yilual li' service. A -. v SUGGESTION Pocket Knives Flashlights jtazors, ell her style. Ka/oi straps and hones. Bicydes Calibre Winchester itifl'j Mechanics Tools fishing Tackle Leather Goods -itcliic Irons -j>- sua Mazda Globes Scissors \ uukucr Knives Carving Sets piuuius imnlap Cream and Egg Whip. Aluminum Ware kitchen Utensils Sl'iiCiAI. v i{l'lST tAS PRICE ON "RED siAR OIL STOVES" Conic see for vcurself—the price will be right TIP R. ?ID <8 ft TUB WINCHESTER STOliK IBBBSai——■■MM—aiMl" iatisaTeasp®onful? on <ir. PLiieW Face nHTI,RT!i* «r LBMOOLT.T ftmM n«H nn.Wst.mi *h>. fh# ,h„. 7,1* ,1"1 ■UI ih-m I advice He "l"'n lt ir...

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

N WINNSBORO WEEKLY HEWS DECEMBER 20, 1123 I; ■ 9 I: h ' ir<t r >• 'r I * i 11 ■ ' IK , , -j ' i * 1 5 •'4*'!■■ I r ; ' Pi f I} 1 i I < m i-i I if i I i i il t I hi Scroggin-Drummond LumberjjCo. Winnsboro, Texas All Kinds of Lumber and Building Material Can Fill YourJaBillj^Complete Large Stock of Different Kinds Lumber Always on Hand See Us Before You Buy Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 11.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pos toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March S, 1879. Advertising rates made known hi application. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY A cough is a warning that you need SCOTT'S w *.M i ■ ■ r • ma 111 I I * EMULSION m §' Est. 1S82 ~|§ fa n. . 1 r«T ttr Sunday was a fine day with us. Fine attendance an fine in- terest were manifest in the Sun- day School. Large crowds at- tended both preaching services.! The night service was thorough-1 ly evangelistic. Ours is rapid-j ly becom...

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

WIN < , hoho V., :s or pny iat irs, 150: 'hildren and Money *• th« •man's WUh f hrlu^ I whenever you want to open an account—make a torn [ porar o'' permanent invetment—provision for youi I fain i 1 y—consult about your estate—or am < th >i ma ! 0f a firar.c fJ diameter, vt ward you to fool en- tity to call at the FIRST NATIONAL HANK UdUlk it over with us. Our advice eosUs you noth- ijjfaii i it may be the means of saving you a gr<«nl dea! nl money. •♦MM!** It •"•wd thar* rr-o i«nt ""w f«ml "t <MT III* I. ■! MX>« hiut day. w *k ^ *•••* . « , i Had • I >« he was human ««.... JT *" " """ "ll | woke n i o *v it ■I u |,:r m tike *t nun*. •" •"•njr Iti, M, , • it, a **in i„ nulla r.irnntini "•< ttniwir lr«i- r it- l v HI I FIST NATIONAL BANK WINNSB0R0 TEXAS loy Andrews returned yes- Vases, bowls, candlesticks, at ' from Beaumont where the Victrola store. , been attending the South Don't forget Old Santa Clau address. Box 202, Winnsboro, called at The Texas. Write ...

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

IV')! I £ f! it ■ I ' ■ " % 1 , i { lm i • :l Is ■, ftL Vt| i Ri WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 20, 1923 — 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 EPWORTH LEAGUE t THAT AGGIE HOP Don't tions at miss the super-attrac- the Amusu next week. Sunday, Dec. 23, 6 p. m. topic Our Christian Gift of Love. i .tad e r—Bert Wh it eh ead. Scripture reading. Matt. II, 1- 2, explained by leader. The story as told by Luke— Lorissa Morris. The Angel's Song—Esther Ruth Shirley. The Love of the Father— George A. Westbrook. I The Ix>ve of Jesus—Ruby Gist. The Great Life of Love— Morris Chadick. The Father's Gift—Bascom Gist. t „ Our Gifts of Love—in Ep- worthian—All>ertine Berry. The Other Wise Men—Louis High tower. On Wednesday evening, De- cember twenty-sixth the Ivorth- East Texas Clul> w ,11 give their STOP THAT ITCMINO _n._TTir u o Blue Star Remedy...

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

% ■^!N V'""lt" wukki.Y News The |K the ' I She Choi Jr|t, p„ SUP I Pie | r ai( w ill, biddei "id |t top, liristi m takeil uically iX.\8 ristmas gift store [store filled with the 'her class Christmas Merchandise .ices that will sell all in jiese few day remaining. Ilenty of salespeople that are anxious to please. tdvance styles in Millinery. Clever Silk Dresses, clean-up sale of all Coats [osiery, Hosiery, Hosiery Handkerchiefs galore Silverware, Ivory Swaaters, Blankets Furs, Furs 49c sale. $1.00 sale Newest Ladies Slippers Dry Goods See Our Unusual Display Prices Very Low Iverv Merry Christmas to all. he Enterprise 1. TURNER A 80N WINNSBORO «V> liish |-2c I-2c jlOc JlOc ■15c .98 J. 95 19 WIGHT— narrow Alright In km *,op ilok headsehea, '"tan Pills Tor Uver Oh" I ADVICE TO THE AGED Arm Man baflrmltiea, inch aaaluggiah weak kidnejra, torpid liver. I Tutt's Pills I h«e ■ Wdfic effect on thoa* «ritm. I ■tiniliatint the bowela, give* natural I iating i, >u impuU vigor to tho antcm...

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

n m l t T i I I • I ri V.* i k m WINNSBCMO WEKKUT NKWS DECEMBER 20. 1923 TWICE PROVEN If you suffer backache, sleep- less nights, tired, dull days and distressing urinary disorders, don't experiment. Read this twice-told testimony. It's Winnnboro evidence — doubly proven. | J. D. Richardson, farmer, N. Main St., says: "I suffered with pains in my back so badly I couldn't get up mornings with , out pulling myself up by the bed-stead. I resorted to the, use of Doan's Pills and had tak- improvement. Less than the * contents of one box cured me * and I have had no symptoms of | kidney trouble since." ' Over Sevey Years Later, Mr. Richardson lidded: "I gladly re- commend Doan's Pills as I have had no return of kidney trouble since they cured me. 60c, at all dealers, oster Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. ;; Y. llrealhless Thrills— "West bound Limited," the mighty ; photodrama of Flesh and Steel, < > en but a few when 1 noticed an Amusu, Thursday and Friday. j!I Dallas Man Recov- ers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

y0 ! (Ay VOL. XIV.—NO. 14. ittttsdurra Wukl# HARMONY NEWS Well, I guess I hud better come across with a few news items from this part of the big state this week, for fear the l>eople will think we are not P. H. HUCKABA An obituary of the life of P.i H. Huckaba, who departed this1 life at about 1:55 o'clock a. 111,, December 20, 1923, of paralysis. ( P- H. lluckaba was born Jul> here. Hut we are, you bet, and j 22, 18<53,at Wedowel, Randolph just as wide awake as ever. Hut & don't know what .1 will write about this week. I haven't been thinking of anything the past week except Christmas— and today is Christmas Eve. If the public never hears from me again, you may know I killed myself eating during Christmas. i am starting in pretty easy and maybe I will come out alright. Hope so, anyway, because the world couldn't get along very well without me—1 do every- thing from needlework to field- work. My grandmother, Mrs. Lou !,amb, who has been visiting us lor the past few week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

nn in in i i Fire destroyed the buildings but the 1 investment is safe? FIRE insurance a aJ ays a sore product, or. to the bulking investments of property o*7*ers. When fine «««> and destxxryt insured property—the ..v.eu/wnt remains safe—the insurant* pa> s for tfte l*s—re- bui)di:.g i.,<l repiseesrient go on without hardship. For more tbas a hundred yt^n the Hartford Fire In- surance Company hat indemnified prr^ert;. owners This Hartford agency wiifl •* ekxxr* the opportunity to show you bo* to safeguard your investment. J. T. Gibson & Co. ISNfBOB© VEKK1.T SEWS , W \B* . MM. .V WILD TURKEYS MK TfPE4-rr LEFT IK AMERICA i ' ■-> -;-:-c-c-4-o- 4 o c < o «< IF ITS SECOND-HAND Remember We Buy — We Sell JENNINGS SALES STORE J. C. JENNINGS, Manager Opposite Quirk FiJi Station Phone 176 Winnsboro CARD OF THANK,'? To Stop a Cougb Quick ' HAVLS HEALING BOMEY. a m/dtztkt wfcwfa m->p tite c.mjSb by I u* itAfcrrioi u>d imiatod tit uata. A tsjx uJ GROVES OPES-TkATE SAL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

WE SORO WEEKLY NEW8 JANUARY 3, 1924. •< "all AM MARTIN 5 Fin Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. row a, 'tar s V The Drug Store Announcements For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (He-election) METHODIST CHURCH EARl. S. MacNBILL, Proprietor JUNIOR EPWORTH LEAGUE January 6th, 2 p. m. Topic—Our work for the New fear. Lender—Aucira Ftie Rountree Scripture reading, Phil. 3:12 16—Leader. Our Need for Bible Study— M-ankie Campbell. Our Need for Prayer—Birdie jist. Faith and Loyalty—William 'roctor. Preparation—Julia Hightow- p Helping Other People—Mor- |is Petty. Visiting the Si-k—Lorent tassel and Daisy Porter. Watchir'/ our own Lives— laymond Williams and Robt. >addock. Mo ory Gems: 1 Tor. 15:33—Virginia Car- penter. Prov. 3:13—Robt. Lee Will- iams. Prov. 14:21—Henrietta High- tower. Rom. 12:21—Carswell Holl- ingshead. Prov. 22:1—Doris Craddock. Rom. 12:9—Harold Butler. Russell Cannaday has return- ed to Baylor University, Waco. Mrs. W. A. Worthington of Bartlett ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

jtirifT 1MM* EVENTS OF 1923 PASS IN REVIEW JIM —-yf-*if Mur* *m>t aay-a* mwuz* *f •• n*'01 jfrr •*** )«tr ifl 40<: -1*1 * • v-atmus* eawl-/ ="i* «ff 1ta r. wim* tern** fariiut. Q—11 wn " illlM Tw- iiMT i> t r* Cw<> «M4 X« bm-« •tw'i >aM >.• '> ~a ! f a* iw^wttuAMC • M f a afat wtiiaM •* l-"j gy .ua r a Wuiix'dM aff ■** *■ HJI<-( KHyUiUtk *.l l« xfiwr -m aua^aufwa aff £ a fcU r atu* i UJJ* 3XI *42.-t t (•'<. atfil "M* f• r>tr *j* aaaaaodaa iff aaaM i M i I< JO ywnr* *f araAtrtat jo. lat*«oi«*r "i* •-,*- ..•« eaax ■wmms Ja iBO«M eaa «•"*' * Btrv« *r «■ «•* 6MM> tuta*? a . -ut .r,f* TJ a >IM% t-~nu&r . <>Ub{fr lllrf ., tMnp* * KWt P-WiBitWlW Mt XtWr-f-lB J04- *'« «-««1 V'Ut 11 UtOrtl ax. ~y OMtftnia. Cmmt F^m-MM a# urntom 4# far -A* *tm* i ara •*•■***1 prwnafiJt' - #* a." i<u*4 fcntafrwr Ctetera-* 4 a®: «WMm a K.-xfc**, 1*+.- 1wrm. aflki 1MMW MMhmm aff fixtiaa.i. \ <ff *aar Iw* *x! *5* - CM aff *« aaeM <U aff «Ma tteavy T*Pt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

"HP •* m I M«(li rV Pn Nfc. A. Ti • *a4 •>•• Dr. | ia NmI > NX I ' T.I Ewrrmil H^dhu MM N. Cl >; Pr.[ ■ / !! | uMl re Jti f f.«| Halt a w| ; **ad :*nu vfU «ft BOT-I -« >at o(| a:on;l . llii'l '.•ten V3lp!0r.| :: Ka t | MlK < * fMG :■■-. . J :••«* ' F.-iri E« i. >:«r. a. ! *4 f «Ot <1 HI** *r; ■ -i ant : ta Oft of •j - ' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 3, 1924. OFFICIAL HTATKMKNT The First National Hank WINN8BOKO, TKXA8 At th« Cl a« of IluftioeNM Dec. 31, 1H2B, u KenUcreif tu tt;* Comptroller of the Currrticy RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans & Discounts $262,181.42 Commercial Paper $170,000.00 Capital Stock y 100,0^0.00 Warrants $ 9,247.35 Hills of Exchange $ 71,700.52 Surplus & Profits <83,01:139 - $513,079.29 U. S.' Bonds $ 50,000.00 Circulation $ 50,000.00 Building & Fixtures 11,500.00 Other Real Estate $ 2,243.50 Bills Payable None Reserve Bank Stock. $ 6,000.00 ' '< Available Cash: Rediscounts None Liberty Bonds $ 94.300.00 * U. S. Certificates $ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

«aM t ! Until February 1, 1924, You Can Get The Winnsboro News For Only I Rerxw yvisr sabscription —l:h:r. the r.ext month ar.d save a qoaner. We can use a little syrup and some wood in payment on sobamptkms. |To ( Iaxai Dw Col w.l 'll ndifj After February 1st The Price Will Be $1.25 WE HAVE SOME GOOD CLUBBING PROPOSITIONS knd 11 |ay. V nn j) rove foundl Brtirif |he lei Mill loundl onljl and also take subscriptions for any magazine publish- ed in the United States. niui Tatt 19* ,

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

-wnmw^Hfr • 5® . i ' n'i":1- WVNN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS- JANUARY J, 1924. : t-f _______ Iv/HF% l22**£poH>ee„ . 9 . l5 years of un- ,feS£ THEWOBLDS °leAKI^O Powder lc^.\e"Uc4 the «S2«-t ESS -Jm E'^i asST iiiafcBfeS^nd |To Cure a Cold In Ch.e Day R the 30a Severe Indigestion I "I had very severe attacks of hdiRestion," writes Mr. M. H. Vade, a farmer, ol R. F. D. 1, Vcir, Miss. "I would suffer !Dr months at a time. Ail 1 dared at was a little bread and utter... consequently 1 sufler- (1 from weakness. I would try > cat, then the terrible suffer- ng in my stomach I I took nedlcincs, but did not get any pctlcr. The druggist recom- nended TheM's I M-DRAUSHT ind I decided to try if, for. as I ay, I had tried others for two or more years without any Im- provement in my health. 1 soon found the Black-Draught was icling on my liver ana easing he terrible pain. "In two or three weeks, I ound I could go back to eating. I only weighed 123. Mow I we>Kn 14/-r-eat anything I wani o.and by taki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 January 1924

turn WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBW8 JANUARY 3, ltM- ":,,i 1 Dresses! Our I BE TOUCHED—JANUARY $21.75 Dresses. Too, we We will feature manufacture any NEW STY I ES EACH DAY-PRICES THAT CANNOT Pit ICES *9.73, $13.75, $16.75, $19.75 and THEY ARE WORTH 25 per cent MORE W .tch lor the new styles. We are in to ich daily with the Newest Creations. Ure-aes that are Better Maid, Better Materials for Better Prices. We are selling otner towns. Buy nt'W and save the most wear from yoilr .spring the Marquette Garments with other Stan lard Brands. class l)res* for you personally. Dresses Dresses Dresses Remember The Enterprise for Dresses. MILLINERY Priced Reasonable. Pretty advanced Patte ns for $.*>.00, $7.00 and _ $9.00 Coming nifty Chappie Coats, Spring Sport Coats, Capes, yes Capes are going to be good Suits once more—More Dresses, too. Black Canton and other Silks wili be good, too, shades of grey and tan and "Pig Tail Blue" will be features. Look to the Enterprise for the new things—priced reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

Mr* 7 Wi «♦ % * itmoboro fflccKly cms. >L. XIV.—NO. 15. HARMONY NEWS JfiC WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TBXA&, JANUARY Vk, The moat important thing Ivc to any this time is the past |clc ha.* been a very cold one L.< of big tine fat pigs wen to disatli, and I think there | no need tor you to worr, ..I jour (lend hogs. rn, to Mi'. d Mr*. Char Iteagan, a fine boy. ittle Miss Dorothy Helen Itohcll is real sick at this fiting. ,c. '/-/ill A z bell has been very With pneumonia but We are io say ha is very much ^proved. Mrs. Sallie Holder is visiting v"3 in Shreveport, La., at esent. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson vsiting at Rev. W. B. Mar 's at this writing. They }ve just returned from Quit i, where they have been vis- friends for the past week . ir. and Mrs. Henry Redding )1 move on Rev. W. B. Mar' 's place the first of this week will be our closest neigh rs. The writer went to schoo th Henry and Beulah most al life and there is no finer mg couple anywhere. die I think of it I want to . b...

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