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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

Crave r de- i i ; * % 17 Di MEMOR1AM IK W. Smith and C. parted fron- this life at his re*- c.- ured tv.; stiit. .iu t zenot erne laOe north of Yantis, ;?K iii M^rru county v\o' uAttS tn tiic ilk went ant Iffth td Jitv. 1980. '.fier a trie;' it umt mm illnt** c4 o. ;v ihrce di, a with ful. blast pmi.nu\ He in the jojv the men, but >*ar at hit, age, having been ctnae rnnufh to rve- S« in Ham< ©runty. Ga., on 13S&. He came nr. Tnw, witn "7. He served War as n Con- | in the 10th He was k<?rs on There |S boys and rnd one g ri ■■■ His other rr Yantis e.rcept CLASSIFIED V! WANTED- u large vie Leagiu i in atove f ary auaitonum. Must b< £^.' good condition and chea:> cash. Mr|. H. H. Weir, PreJ- ent League. round >«r a then.. a the? were du*- the 26th cf Nov. by the ttmsi. at <<wie di*- to Harriaon ctc rsn<. r«?tirN v if. paivrts in If the Qv i uuMmf WILL TRADE—A pood team of I young mules and' wagon fx Ford car See or write B. D. TVjtker, Neweonje, Texas. LOST...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

a* tkllif Oi„ XII. NO. 15 WlNNSiJORO, W OOD COUNTY.TEX AS, DECEMBER 3, 1920 • ■%-=- $1.25 VER YEAR 'odge Cars, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Free Air a id Water ~e Service Station Tom S. Steed MNIi The Old Reliable First National Bank 4 standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your'money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank •r mum.': WINNSBORO TEX A S A i ■ ii■ mat in i iii~i i i i I BUY YOUR GOODS FROM R. H. McCrarv % Large Stock of Window Shades Linoleum 9x12 Congoleum Rugs Art Squares. PRICES RIGHT COFFINS ANI) CASKETS Furnished Day or Night. Phone 279. V J J What More Could You Ask? The Ni.n Interest bearing and unsecured de- posits of this Wank are protected by the State Bank Guaranty Fund. We arc mei ibers of the FEDERAL RE- . SER\*E SYSTEM. Merchants & Planters State Bank (Ma & Pa's Rank) Winnsboro, Texas. Officers and Directors S. F. Nelscn, President (Wholesale Grain) T. 6....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

Vi mm > Hi: 1 A I y|4 u/ucBc uikti F K UNKNOWN MONOLOtil E I met her lit the whitehouse of WHtnfc HUalLc la UHKNUWN \k )I t iim HOGG |Texas on her arrival and she is Mativ«. f tl a Vlrf m Islands M vi N« THE MAN lu^ K, . ,M c.nm Art house of Tyler Truly then- •' Dabnev White in Tyler Tribune rough, shape them as we Biaj*.' Before me there appeals a Ljist night I read the story of 'composite picture of Jeffei «rn. the wonder oil well of the Lincoln and Roosevelt. This Lazincw*, or perhaps languiJnesa, ia «irrK«d to the nth degree in the Wlhi u-UtxU. .iiUuit lUrT^' A. ^ it called the Hogg weil picture is a representation of JW n ib. Cm** In tbeprm- ^ |( jg sltuated in Brazoria Governor Ilogg as 1 recall his e pai i. *n a r.se-imnii t • County, Texa* on the historic Jetfersonian statesmanship, his .■Ik" The tutor from r - o c t>i<.,* ine usuor irom Hogg homestead. It is Lincoln-like love for his fel- the North who speaks abruptly to a toda> the most prolific oil well low ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

Tonic Women , Miiy able to drag, I 1," writes Mrs. of Eailey, S. C. I me for about still I didn't get I had a large tam- fw I surely must do > to enable me to take | if little ones. I had ROUS tens ed to try it," con- Ray ... "I look tics in all • . . I re- |my Strength and have 1 more trouble with we- akness. 1 have ten I tod am able to do all ework and a lot oul- 1 can sure recom- irdui." 4 * ,> '• IHT ^ v 'T;,i im or Birthdiy Gifts are shown in such variety in this store that not one buy "r in a thousand will fail to what he thinks the intended cipient will u? glad to ICardui today, that > oil need. I druggists. It may E.81 kJ piWeti or Grar.ulat) (DIGESTION }h or without Hater; int to tnkc. ICK RF.LIEF! I Pricc. 2" 5C-V5^ [ BT SCOTT SOWNI MAKERS OF DTT'S EMULSION Meeting at Quitman Notwithstanding the condi- tion of the roads due to the recent rains, there were 170 persons in attendance at our ::jiKultural meeting Saturday j afternoon. The object of this meeting was to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

\ u y ■■ | • i 6f ;'" s?' xf < «t I V > #1 f\; n; ^ i WHEN YOU NEED a tonic to help renew the zest of life and that snap that de- notes vigor and strength, take SCOTTS EMULSION Its rich, tonic-nutrient properties can be a large factor in restoring strength and building up the body. Dr. B. A. Harry OOtTOIt OF OSTEOPATHY in Winnsboro on Mondays, Wed- ne>dajrs and Fridays of each week from 11:00 a. m. to 2:30 p. m., office at Central Hotel, Winnsboro. SAM DAVIS THE CTRSE 01 THE SOITH F.'er since we can remember, and that ha b en a duration of about forty years, just at cotton I c-ving time, with very few ex- ceptor.-. rotte n ha> always taSc- pjid ju-t at cotton e aiif:' st invariable i up. We were rais- n patch in Texas, e month8 out of i • </. culli .ting and <1 vantages n. did not know hp of life were. en a t is . ; planting tin the price go ed in a cotl worked nir twelve, plan pttfcin* deti cf : n educt what the Hi lived in a a! on eor eet t-gun shack, dined >l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

I ihe Yuletide spirit is herald- ed by the coming of the famil- ial form of Santa Claus in the C hristmas seals which are now on sale in Texas and all over the country. Good health is tli.e R'ft which jolly old Saint § 1^ Nick if' bringing to the i)eople v/ilclu« '-,one Star State. In the countries which have not been organised with county <■ 0 chairmen and sales teams, many 13 L w ~ ^ \ °f the people will be given the fV Cj opportunity of purchasing the ^-4* little wli „f good . health through the mails. Into these counties, the Texas Public Health Association is sending1 thousands of seals, asking the people,to buy them. Those who do not receive seals mav obtain them, to make their Christmas mail complete, by writing to the Texas Public Health Associa- tion at Austin. The money which is raised this county will lie used wholly and exclusively for health work, especially in the fight against tuberculosis. Ninety-five p e r cent of this money will remain in Texas for anti-tubercul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 December 1920

m Illjl fK M f Is* c r I if si H v? I fm R • lav- i II METHODISTS PAHS UP SUNDAY LAWS A GOOD MAN GONE vAlba News) Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 29. —Bi. hop Joseph Berry today i ,, Hti ^e f Bish- ^he tfnni monster, Death en- mm \{ the #«ttu*iut Episcopal 'ered our community and claim- Church, in cession here, would t(* a* it*fktlm dM {CLASSIFIED not cletu with the prufinni out- lined <>j the l^ora 3 Day Alli- ance for a strict tuforcement of Sunday "blue law;. On Inst Thursday night. Nov. STRAYED—From my home in Quitman, one <aa.V mule aooui 14 hands high, weigh 750 to 800 pounds. Iisd on leather halter with rope chin strap when left about middle of last week. No marks or brands. No- He was h quiet, home loving jjfy me at Quitman. B. G. Dick- of out old eat and be<t citizens, A R. Cr<i- ver. mjin and had been a resident ey. Appi iximately 200.000 new of this community for 'ttbre _ e • *■ were cmvlied in than forty years He was a de- the . .. ivhi-i Episco. ai Churcn WANT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

JL. XII, NO. 16. Boy/' 0 'Alt tBeckln WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 10. P.20 -■ $1.26 PER YEi todge Cars, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Free Ab .id Water _Uodge Service Station Tom S. Steed The Old Reliable First National Bank standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank WINNSBORO TEX A S KILLING AT PITTSBURG Notice Tax Payers BUY YOUR GOODS FROM R. II. McCrary Large Stock of Window Shades Linoleum 9x12 Congoleum Rugs Art Squares PRICES RIGHT COFFINS AND CASKETS Furnished Day or Night. Phone 279. Pay Your Bills By Check One of our customers came into the bank not long ago and tasked to see a certain check which he had issued, and which he described. It was one that he had paid in the settlement of a business account. Through uninten- tional error he had not received proper credit for the amount. He was given the check and with it proved ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

■a lt?fl I Uh , | 'Vi I I , -i ; ; * V 3 lb < i* W I w Kc U I ¥■'' i KH H I* Winnsboro Weekly New* From Cuualy Superintendent 0NL M Mother wounded Homer R. Weir, Editor I assumed the duties of the Wichita Falls, Texas, Dec. 6. the tirst of December, —John Hamilton was killed and fl.25 A YEAR IN AD\ ANCE. and j ufik lhe pawnee ttnd in- Lloyd Graham, his companion. Z ~j *!TT i"i. a „ u# diligence of tiie pecjle until was shot and probably fatally u.c as i>eco tan famili.ii iz*. iRyscit wiih Ih • wounded when they resisted al- ter • Uie vwk Mf ihe ^ und tne cuu. rest by four IX)Ucemen in the . * a t if March's 1879* ditions und needs of the schcols city shortly after 2 o'clock Mon- . *£**• in wider that 1 may be prepared day afternoon. The shooting Advertising rates made known to supervise properly and to ad- took place a short distance from ot> application. vise teachers and trustees in~ the Call Field aviation camp n^^T^RV^Rll^Y tellingently as required by law. south of town...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

JAPS OWE DEBT TO AMERICA Old Confederal* Ironola* Wu tti* ftaal BhIi of Thalr Pr« «nt Qrtat Naval Power. CHAMBKR OF COMMERCE DOG EATING IN THE PHILIPPINES (From Dumb Animals) 1K(! all Will you pledge yourself to re- duce your cotton crop for next A confederate ironclad, original- ^tai ' ^ >'ou stick to your |y named the Stonewall Jackson, H^ge? Or will you pledge and Those who remember the the real basis of the Japanese hen a88U, ^ a|, other fur. arUcle in ^ „ ine a short navy It vu sold at the close o m#i* are to reduce and you will time ago telling of the cruelties the OmI war to the Japaue*, and plant a bumper? Will you sign connected with the killing of renamed tli Adznma. When, in up to increase vour corn n,-v.. a , , , Killing :, Admiral Knomoto fled with ajw? Wih ...... , . 1 i dogs for food among the Igorots the .Japanese fleet except the, m ...... . " 1 p ant w,'l be glad to know that it has ironclad, ami attempted to «et up an T. ' j r *V0U ,")ant aroused sufficient int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

.4. "5 I v X. I'J M W U ; w Uc I < I i I "COTTON BLUES" Fifteen hundred times each day in the United States the greedy hand of Fire seizes sorre home, some factor—snatch i away, destroys forever some part of the nation j wealth. How about your property? Is it adequately insured—is it properly safeguarded? Today, a fire loss entails the highest replacement cost in history. Therefore, be vigilant—for Carelessness and Fire are allies. In addition to fire insur- ance, and without cost, the Hartford gives expert fire invention service. ALVIS & CO. J. T. GIBBON, Manager Winnsboro, Texas. Habitual Constipate* Cur*d In 14 to 31 Day* a "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" to a specially- prapared Syrup Tonic-Laxative far Habitual Constipation It relieve* promptly but ahmld be taken regularly for M to 21 days to Induce regular action. It Stimulate* and Filiate*. Very Pleasant to Take. * 60c per bottle. ————————————— By H. H. Brewer. We've always worked And never shirked; Wc grew cotton. The price is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

"f — / 1M^—1— feobinaon was in Green- first of the week. METHODIST CHURCH MiHues HarriM and Turner Entertain One of the most enjoyable There has never been a time real good feed with jn the life of any church, tiuii ladies Tuesday, which, when the people of the church got busy in the Lord's evenings of the season was oc- a i tia w1ork' lhut ^le devil did not cassioned on last Tuesday N*v hiBJi. Robinson and little alst, put on a special ircg.am ann u „■ ,, . Valla vl8it'"1 So old dsvil of Wlnnaboro; it 1, MJT" Myrl t' ur Sminita the Ant of-ttln* about time for v,m to toth, 1 r entf,rl,U ed ■hnw A"P u,.„,i «, I e fo,1n of a miscellaneous CZn , e "hower at lhc •' M' . — • "ecting to see and hear some j Turner •e us low the lowest glowing announcements from jbj on standard quality j.-. .. f.w days. R. wise. A special dio- t >r quite so well de [lowed to quantity buy- lighted with a congregation as Enterprise. i As the guest of honor, Miss Maye Patrick, entered the room she faced a h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 December 1920

CONGRESS OPEN In v? ' i if,. i. a H L\* L c In* i Warn Js After two yeart of building Jk* new home of the ISthStar-T eleqram Largest Circulation j in Texas Will be completed on January First \Jou */lre Inuited to Uisit It Xot the largest, but one of the mnst modern pfonts in America. I 'our STAR-TELEGRAM will be drcustd ueu-—head to foot. Easy to read. In addition to being a complete newspnper it will continue as the Picture Paper of the Southwest, with its superior Qreen cflrt ^Picture Section (CLASSIFIED ) Washington, Dec. 6.—The third and final session of the( Sixty-sixth congress began to- WANTED—Bank stock in day with Pit iiicnt-elect liar- M. & P. State hank oi ding in his seat in the tenaie. boi°o. If you are The galleries began to fill tally in the day and were crowded when the gavels of Vice Presi- dent Marshall and Speaker Gil- lett fell promptly at noon the Winns- intereated write Lock Box 95, Winnsbon), Texas. SYRUP—We can use a few more cans of g<n>d syrup on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

4i -- XII. NO. 17 dge Ca w i.\" ono, WOOD COUNTY TE* .f *\ DECEMBER i", 1920 1 ^ •i, Oils, Gasoline, Free Air an 7 Service Station 4 $250.00 Cash Tom S. Sit i QiX at rU'HNunt Grove ' W wSiiflWRJfc •t'." EARLY last spring, in an effort to stimu- late an interest in agriculture, and to promote intensive farming, vi ifV (d cash prizes as follows: $75 Cash best half pounr? Seed Chiton $50 Cash best half pound Seed Cotton $75 best ten ears of Ce $50 secord best 10 ears of Cc«rn Corn and cotton to be delivered to W. H. Carter, one-half mile south of town on Winnsboro-Stout road. Crops have been poor, and our friends are more or less discouraged with condi- tions in general, Lut, when we made this offer, we made it in ga d faith-no hot air- and we want to make good. Let every man who enteis this# contcst, have their cotton and coin on exhibit wi h W. H. Carter on or before December 20th 1920, when same will be judged and n. r.io of prize winners announced here Friday, December 23,1920. ji ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

>%■ ' ■■ mSrm ■lit' 3 11 sja; t ^ k* U.V 1 ^ < ri i THK WILDCATTER letift. These self appointed which gasoline is one «f Ihe — guardians of the public say they largest would aoon jump to pre- The wildcatter is the man want to protect their readers, hibitive prices. It all dspsnd* who has the nerve to take a yet these same papers publish on the success of the wildestter. chance—to bet f100,000 01 day column after column, page France has no wildcatter, and more. He is a wealth producer, after page of the advertise- as a consequence, France h** a tax pitxiucer, and a maker of ments of the biggest band of no oil fields. Gas, or petjpl *3 millionaires; a pioneer developer pirating profiteers that evei it is known there, sells f'| 80c who has added billions of dollars scuttled a ship or slit a throat, a gallon and the price l^*Jte«J- to the wealth of this nation to who have plundered and profit- ily rising, the detriment of no man. He ha? «*red hundreds and millions of Recently a no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

mm * rt Brand New Automobile Free ■ Brand new goods, not shelf worn. Brand new prices, the cheapest in town. Special prices on Men's and Boy's Suits Blankets, Comforts, Heavy Under- waar, Wool Shirts and Sweaters at your own price. OCC'-OOCOOOOOCCA9CC<X<XAOC< NO PLACE IN WINNSBORO TO GET AUTOMOBILE TICK- ETS EXCEPT CONNpR CAMP- BELL LUMBER Go. AND CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE. Our prices on Furs, Millinery and La- dies' Ready-to-Wear will surprise you. See us before you buy anything. You know that Furs make a mighty nice Xmas pres< nt. Everything CAMPBELL'S BIC FIVE i Everything %> Mm Wood! Wood! Since making the big reduc- Fire Department Elect ry for a wildcat whistle ]) tion on towels we have not lost — - 1 a sale nor had a single com- j plaint at t)le p,jces. What fur-, The Winnsboro Fire Depai t- Buggies and Harness too tlier evidence is needed? We ment held an enthusiastic meet- If you want wood see M. Carlock. MEETING OF FIRE BOYS TONIGHT have lots more at the Silk crep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

!p i 1 i. * Pi \p Uc Hf I ii T PKIAL PURCHASE MEN'S CLO ■Ji*Lm. ,na Tnhdo iwo M 1 Perkins Buyers Return from Baltimore, Rochester and New York City after Buying Hi mdreds of Men's Suits, Men's Overcoats and Boys' Suits, from Leading Manufacturers at Less than 50c on the Dollar • STEIN hOSD fiUX'H CLOTH L3. STR..L.SS UitOS. CLOTHES, HIGH ART CLOTHES, COLD CLOTHES tmd «h*t m fees of America's Highest Gr dc clothing tor m^n were i«d by the PERKINS buyti at LFLSS fHAN oOc 0.\ Till: DOLLAR. Such cf C f//THING heretofore - c e not ibtainsble t I'l'H K CONCESSION, I*his, the Second Price-Mut PERKINS BROTKeScS rlrnre of the all-tune p;e 1 t/ery condition in ami maa ure values by the !L ,'* ntly represented in fl ret,«lt of / > s EXPEDITION | ( DY-TO-WEAR that two] makers is now owned I on the merchandi < , wheni *ity of the VALUES! r \ up disposal, at PRICE v. •C. ing good business n wh (3 ( PL PP OVKRf. tag* nt THAN IE they were e -this big •:: • >*j , that «l "f ti i? tore. II&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

*7T . < ... v f- '€ -frftcU ' .&■} '«,••*« mmw-M • a */W'W. "t/" , ,/. • f 's Laced Boots [ill-leather water-proof 18-inch Grey Jced I!.Kits, double sole; this boot is Hpecial feature at our new price, 1wl"' $9.85 . featured in this Reductions I oftfiing unusual values in the Chil- ["le of Dress and Service Shoes; in- H1 °ur entire stock at SPECIAL Children's sizes BVi ^ Shoes. 8M to 11— f);)() Values now priced $2.95 |$3.50 Values, now priced $1-95 *'8hom 12 to 2— M Values, now priced $2.95 I!tll(l Values, now priced $•'*■ 15 5.50 Values, now priced...—-—$3-96 N u-otes the leadership of the great C(J it is further convincing evi- I Oklahoma Retail Organization to I l0 the half-million individuals -nd price. This big organization , world, ready to buy n' r handise r„nt lu iiif - to the peop'e of Texas • SECOM) lilt; Wir .ESALE rjyS' CloTlIINt ai'd I.ADIPiS' *>rtv of sevaal of America's fore- Tiiation. and our RETAIL PRICES v viewpoint, indicates the inimcrt- JTHAT AfONlOY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

it* tfkrw I>rop m *r<\ %h\ ',n* or drop ft card or letter and we will m^ly^*"* H • 1 A copy | FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR r<ioa<4c rwAwt just u «d by the Ford Motor Company. - 0 «En«f ?<*r Hut * n* the Ford Motor Gcnrpany ha* to say about the Fordson TW. I vr what the ten.4 of thousands of user* have to say. Get the book! It is «,„ / . 1 %. K*n sr. msad the fact that behind everr Fordson Trvt/ ,L *0r thef 1 m *, ,j 9 H no-l :|di t •**. \f fnm-*n fA'liif S* ytwwn at itr*niu> ill ni I4* in* kd** <urwr man at jaa*rr* a 4vv 4 Vjfcw wwr>J oi SH«*r to far tJ # W *'-'*nr> W r* - >wr to <c* *< «•, jvaet *n t re - MfVfiutr MIwth vw rjuw. I7 _ _ a pffl'; faziuer wit awduer aaai ^ Fa ** Mf ta ieeai refcgr tW '•*« a 1 i#> ff.4 **.*?:*.see * to ha fKhtr ari r ^jarr hear "AMUtWfit fm*. M Cue -f ___ „ . .. Ool mat f 1 the fact that behind every F«dm Tractor are all the * -/ '* great F'ird Motor Company, Kkewisethat reliaMe "Ford After-Service*^ °U[^ «•■- res the k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

VICE METHODIST CHURCH v.Att 00010 8unday school at the FOR YOU" Llke church"next Sun- PRK8BYTERIAN CHURCH 1 9 Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m. A. A. Lindsey, Supfc will the CHURCH. Sunday be no Baptist church day. ft. J. Turner, Supt. hoffse is about full but we "fcJ4v try to make room for vou the. . authoriz- more ^ men^er the evening hour the pastor ginning promptly at 10:00 a. m will bring a message on "The Each department of the Sun and w'm i ,)a8tor w'" Preach Sun- next. Sunday but a Christmas day morning and evening. An program will be rendered be- Dfgnee is necessity , written by any ent. r; K\r mere writing of ublv filled h<'U.Be wnH years ago and still living. Mem- this program. The children I11"" "" g * j*"1 ' ,« exited U, be pre«t «(,h. c Ln in trainta* for rome id the everyone dially invited. W« l.o.i Hi 4 j i , , luunnuKc on ine department oi me ; ;eid " * eUt. daV last Hero, of Heroes.- born 1923 day school will have a , art Alliert E. Wrllnce. i« cordially in...

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