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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

— - • - t I ■ ■!#** Dcu* DOtTQ winter D°J lari°t noa^i etgs to wy the cast of their t*-4? Dog'? 4uk it ^ cold weather —proper leeuiitg ui prod see efo even is If best aren't _ a complete ei they can't by. Purina Poultry Cbow* will make your hem tay no re egg* wbea egzs ire worth more too cam prove it on 1 money back guarantee Start feeding Purina Hen Chow and Chicken Chowder now. Far Sale im Checkerboard Bag* by Cain's Cash Store ViHSMri Weekly .Hews R. War, Editor 91J& A YEAR JN ADVANCE Entered u sacc®d-claa* mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatiffiee at W^ntboro, Texas, the act of March S, 1879. Advertising rata* made known To Staf a Caugh Qmick *HA«S BEALD8C BQBOY a IF ITS SECOND-HAND' Remember V> t Bur — We rVfl JENNINGS SALES STORE I C. JENNINGS, Manager Ktppa&*.ie Qu.ck t ill SuiiMa ?• are 175 Wiansboro Ferrari neiieVei Hid Atrd-v T« Lose Position * About tiu w , eeks zgo 1 vaf j Biiriy do-wii with icdjg'.'-txj" and almost unabk to ho'/d snj potion. Have been b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 3, 1924. AM MADTiiU HTUflTI FD ^ine RePairin8> Clocks and Optical HIT I IVIfUl I 111* VL VV LLLn Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Io. 454 Form B Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the Merchants & Planters State Bank -76 Winnsboro, State of Texas, at the close of business on the list day of December, 1923, published in The Winnsboro Weekly lews, a newspaper printed and published at Winnsboro, State of [exas on the 10th day of January, 1924. RESOURCES ms and Discounts, personal or collateral >ans, real estate konds and Stocks frther Real Estate 13,949.94 W. A. NABORS SELLS FRUIT BUSINESS Annout cements While*in the city from Aus- For Sheriff: tin this week W. A. Nabors cloa- h. L. DENTON ed a deal whereby the Cain ' ' Fruit Company takes over the *ax Collector, fruit and truck business here- tofore conducted by Mr. Nabors. The consideration of the deal was not given out. The mem- $2o0,586.94 bers of the Cain Fruit Co. are 27,080.75 C. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

v .*-• JANUARY 10, it«4. is "Except ye repent, ye shull all likewise perish," Luko 13:3. I V I .,II" I ' 1 1 After our experience last Sunday morning, with such ex- tremely cold weather, there will he no more necessity for Bay- ing, "The church was well fill- ed." We had a surprisingly good attendance, demonstrat- ing the fact that people in Winnsboro like to come to church. We appreciate this faithfulness and loyalty on the part of so many. At the ev- ening services the i officers or the W. M. S. were given puh.lc " Mrs. M. I> installation. With Curlock as president, we be- speak for them a moBt success- ful year. One of the most pros- perous and flourishing societies that our church has ever itnown *as under her supervision a few years ago. Let's every faithful child of God, who de- sires to see the Kingdom advan- ce in the line of the women's work, co-operate and lend a hand. God's blessing on them Our church program for the New Year gives this month for Organization of our fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 10, 1924. —■ OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINN8BOHO, TKXAH At the Cloae of Buiiaeu Dec. ill, 1 «!#, n« Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans & Discounts... $262,131.42 Commercial Paper 170,000.00 Capital Stock $100,000.00 Warrants 9,247.35 Bills of Exchange 71,700.52 Surplus & Profits 183,021.89 - - $518,079.29 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 Bonda— - 94,300.00 U. S. Certificates 4 50,000.00 DEPOSITS 717,645.72 Cash & Exchange <823,544.32 467,844.82 Total - $1,050,667.11 Total $1,050,667.11 The Above Statement Is Correct ALF MORRIS, Caehlar No. 461 Merchants & Planters State Bank WINN-8BOKO, TKXAH Statement at the close of Business December 31st, 1923. RESOURCES l.oans & Discounts $278,267.69 Real Estate 13,049.94 Intere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANI7AKY 1% 19ZL TO NEW LOCATION We have moved into the new building North of the Quick Fill Station. Will handle a full line of Fresh Groceries, Feed of all kinds, Cold Drinks Hamburgers, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, etc. Also will be headquarters for Rawleigh's Remedies. Com* to see us. SEAY & WHATLEY Charter No. 5674 Reserve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Winnsboro, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on December 31 at, 1928. RESOURCES 1 lOutiK and discounts, including redis- counts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts aold with indorsements of this bank (except those shown in b and c) $432,131.22 Customers' liability account of accept- ances of this bank purchased or dis- counted by it - 71,700.52 Total loans * — — — $503,831.74 ll. S. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to Becure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) $ 50,000.00 All other United States Government securities (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS , Light in Bulk Nmw Schnc« Marvel n«tr oean" ia an old [and certainly as true today jit was. The simple electric Htch, by mean* of which a in be flooded with brillinnt even a whole town illum- (11 a moment, wa* a tremen- | ep in advance, but we are ; rmiised a light which never It. There is nothing to pay the original cost of buying, a pint of liquid light, says Tit-Bits. [pour your liquid light into and the resultant light is be superior to electric or tier known light except tia- |wn brand of daylight. Tins ■being in fact radio-active, ■main good for seven yenra te, when the bulb may ru- I'lilling. claimed also that this liquid fentually make coal and oil [a thing of the past. If that case the real abolition of seems to be in sight; f'>r, jjr!| pleHrir power is smoke- |i ru will be smoke as long as L necessary for its g■encru- A Spendthrift -r 1—* Three Hundred Miner a1* 1 In One Swedith Mine Three hundred different minerals mine.I from a single square in&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 January 1924

WPfWSPO— WWM1T NEWS JANUA Y !•, Beautiful Silk At At Such Unusual |Low < Prices Dozens to select from. Gar- ments that represent values 20 to 30 per cent more Jthan our prices of— $9.75, $13.75, $16.75, $18.90 and $19.75 Better Made. Better Materials. Better Style. Dozens are * being sold each month. WE SPECIALIZE ON SO DRESSES '2 . Too, we can make for you any class dress desired, strictly to your own measurements, reas- onable. Perfect Fit Guaranteed All Alterations FREE T.B.TURNERS SON THE ENTERPRISE '. THE GARMENT SHOP THE NEWS - ONE YE AR - $1. YOU ARK INTERESTED I FIND NO TRACE OF IN YOUB BOY OR GIRL1 FR£NCH CGL0NISTS One man asked Mother, "If — you could give your children' Recent Discoveries In Fiorina either an education or money,j , dj t Massacre. which would you choose ic-1 j them ?" "Education," promptly an- swered the other man, "And a Business Education at that. If ^ a young person has common | sense and a business education, he can earn all the money he needs—and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

V / // ■ fsl (jS\ i u J -7. ittnoboro XIV.—NO. 17. ttk tffl m mission is Investigating Railroad Earnings. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, JANUARY 24, 19247 N. (BOB) McCRARY ie Texas railroad commis- will hold a special hearing etermiae, if nocessary, why [common carriers of Texas [not showing greater reve- than they are, Commis- sr W. A. Nabors, who has sitting with Interstate iinerce Commission Exam- Disque in the Dallas rate throughout the past week, luneed Saturday. tail roads in this state con- to plead a great poverty," (Nabors said, "andl, for one lie Texas commission, desire [now just why during the year the railway lines in I state have not made mort ty than they are reporting." PROGRAM rows Out of Rate Case. Nabors indicated that the tigation will be far reach-, e information is not forth big- otherwise, and that de- ft reports on the division of [lit and passenger revenues len Texas railroads and Its entering the state rl be demanded. |(> present move to deter- what perc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

fe ; -s- «aw<fc^-~ 'li v^m.:: j^Wrolwl V.- f)Ovour hens "board" all winter without laying enough eggs to fiay the cost of their eed? Don't blame it all on the cold weather —proper fecJiug will produce eggs even in winter. If nens aren't i Wm Sf£3M getting a complete egg ration, they can't lay. Purina Poultry Chows will make your hens lay more eggs when eggs are worth more. You can prove it on a money back guarantee. Start feeding Purina Hen Chow anu Chicken Chowder now. For Sale in Checkerboard Bags by Mort Egg or Money Bach ICHICKI PURINA MEN OHM Cain's Cash Store Intermediate Epworth League Program January 27th, 1921. Topic—The Great Commis- sion. Leader—Pauline Craddock. Scripture—Matt. 28:1 -20—• By Loader. Sending Paul and Barnabas, Acts 13:1-3—Lewis Hightower. Christ sending the Discpies, Matt. 10:1 -15—Grace Gist. How the Disciples were to go. Matt. 10:16-32—Jane Tho- mas. The Basis for Missionary Work, Matt 10:37-39—Connie Mae Dodgen. A Command to pay for Lab- orers, Matt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 24, 1924. N?-. Seed Soda, asm# and P'ant vorth 'id or 'or in irmn Jotici? the n con- best 'ifiht, Uy & BR. KI!S \m. O. «r]io, l M v/ith without ■AS! tiling | J>ur c. has 1 te ah lies, accufl savn Cash lery IK tagonfl [Host I Call Itll CTB —— Ijjnvxr* Hb Mecessry Education v A Bai l; Book is as necessary to the education of your child as any book it is now studying. Have you given it one ■ The First National Bank welc >mt!8 the boys a. .. May we see your boys and girls lure? First National Bank * Winnsboro Texas ToNIGHT Tomorrow Alright BILIOUSNESS—SICK HEADACHE, Mil for Ml IRTablet, to ■ngtabim aperient) to too* and atretwtben lb* organ* ot dlgeetlon and elimi- nation. ImprwH Avpdllt, KiHtrw Cocetlpatloa. 0«rt a 23'Bo* Chips off Old Block m ."JMIONS—Uttla Ma O i -third tha regular doae. Mada rf .imo ingredients, than candy | catsd. For children and adalta. Kurtn MOLD BY YOUR DRUaaiST« — 1 lie Rexall Drug Store. Phone 130—printing MOVED A L DAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

/VINN8B0R0 WKKKLY NEW!- JANUARY 24. I 24. HAKMONY NKWS "" I Come to C«h & Carry and gel price*. It will be saving to pa> Monday rolls around again Cash and Carry them fcoine. and of course find. m. without ^ . any news. I have been taking ( iu(jh nic(llcin0 wWch «top« tiie eough by are of a very bad cold since healing the inflamed •nd last Thursday, and while sitting «Avi?WaM*tHead Cold* and around the fire my mind has u enek ed with «j«or **Ue of been running around over the JjJJtafSSblfl* XTtL* ««>d th«£t country in search of IWWH, bul ,{ children tafftrini bom a eoM or ftoup just can't find anything that n* >y-UM« «?._««■£ ; would be interesting. There o KV rr.t. ht~ ckwn> tb. i has been no visiting—not even "pop visiting"—no weddings, e« i of the cumwii«i but some are wanting to marry, #Ju t ask your drog|i*t f<* HAYP5 and not fights that would be HEALING HONEY. _____ worth mentioning. So you see, • " , . • Harmony Community is just a Men's good grade work sni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

\ INN8BOKO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 24, 1924. 5 Hne R epa ng, Clocks and Optical Goou3. ill Work Guaranteed. ftMirY THE BLOOD impossible to Cure Pimples, __ Boils, Chronic Sores, E'e., LOST- LITTLC AOS 10 (= Unless the Blood is Clean. Somewhere in Winns- boro h gold Masonic square and ■ co\> mm emblem. Loss distov- For seven years I had a large er®d about 3 weeks ago. In- open sore on each of my legs, trinsic value is very great to which seemed impossible to family. If anyone has found or cure. I tried everything with- h*s located pin, please notify It was good lor a hundred years but fire destroyed it. FIRE danger lurks in every home. No matter how well-built it Is, fire can destroy it in a few hours. In- vestment, property, furnishings—all may be lost un- less insured. Financial protection against loss from fire for you lies in carrying adequate fire insurance. This agency of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company will explain to you how Hartford policies have served property owners fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 24. 1924. —,mnm^srr?r -" "3I!JI mmmpaum pJ With the Most Remarkable Values We Have Ever Offered. 1 Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Desirables Winter Merchandise Offered at Sweeping Reductions Wednesday, the 16th of January, ushered in the Greatest JANUARY CLEARANCE of our twenty-seven years. No efforts have been spared to make this event stand head and shoulders above all other similar Clearances. Thousands os dollars' worth of new, wanted and seasonable Merchandise, now marked at genuine, worth- while reductions from the regular selling price. The big price cards carrying their message of savings are to be seen all over the store, on special offer- ings close out lots and all Clearance values. Preparations have been going forward with the greatest zeal for the past few weeks and this great Clearance message will be welcomed by thousands.of thriftv people throughout Tpyss and Oklahoma, who each season await this January Clearance. This time more than ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

/ 4, r ?' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 24, 1924 [ETHODIST CHURCH weather man gave us a d>al hist Sunday, but we i fixed lor U, Dr. Gri-se l,a;!ig with id liior. than It the weatht < -itd tiOiiB. so ,.<>11 I'.cais a I e.tor ; i than he brought to us at jnorning hour. '1 ho con gro- in was first in laughter, in tears. His $51.00 [kfast at the home of liroth- l. II. Morris must indeed been a choice morsel. |ext Sunday we are to have us liev. P. E. Riley, editor he Texas Christian Advo- a id another treat is in re for those who attend. Jse special services are by le of the best preachers in tits, and are brought here [the general uplift, and help [the whole community, and I want to avail yourself of Ithem if possible. Brother ly is one of our brightest ing men, and will doubtless |heard from in larger capacl- iu the future. He will push at both morning and ev- |ng hours. Don't miss a ser- fv review of our S. S. record few weeks ago, by our live wide-awake superintendent, J....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 January 1924

VALUES i" 'I i llii .iilui , . Mi' "HiiIiij/ •' 1 "(III t|'« v 111 * I < fi/i i/ll) .l.ii.i, ly I I'M Mil hi II ('• I *!• I it m I 'l i IN KM V I' ,11/ft Q J '* . {i'w $ 1 A I'M I r [t 3M i ( MIUJNKKY ,,u '•'l,n 1,1 «^i th I«Wi u u w\*\ ill. . • i ' '"."'V'1 " ,t,MU **\\ iuv w> 1 > > < inrisy m Jitiiuau ami Mhvunty, "' 1''''' 1,1 ' i «i Hi. . H.i>nn H my tnUn «( *h«i "". '" "' ,0; " "J"' 1 \'\\%\ mci.1 « J lu , r , i, ' U M\ |ft<k ,h i '"'* «■' Ihm louuc\ |v,■ M\M Ihi t\y !\0 III *Ur,\1 \ Ml N IM IIIIm M> <iiu ihil |i«if ' |y\\ >: i\\\ ♦ I rO AJ\ tt| ^ ' 1 ' "M11, •> 1 ••*( tin- vii^m nl vlul*|iv \\ mlMm a^it t\n|v ' *' 1 • \ W o> aaU|W Us \v\ \ *m\l\ «l\,| Vis . NtvUit A Ix i ' ' •>'!* I|<I\ 1M -out ,. i, , viiWi4 h\ ilMll MV lW IMNH*M*I loOlllWII I* * .1 | | ^i|,i,Mv« ^ '<• "♦ * '«• • > '• « ! ittVO IS I\ |U\ t\\c HVW" til S'|\,« NM« \\, H v" U'' I iM>" * ■ It MUt MU ^lAIV vVHW WttH\ ll tliWvV ItU- tVUh iHU . . ,i,,| S > || \,n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

n 0 // X m * , TU-fBk itittsboto $9ec K la XIV/—NO. 18. HARMONY NEWS MONTHLY MEETING , . , U * UI C' 0F c- DIRECTORS Indma Johnson is visiting _ _ kid Mrs. J. A. Whitten at The first of eleven like lt- | monthly meetings of the mem- and Mrs. J. A. Whitten l>ers and directors of the Winns- is for me to say that they boro Chamber of Commerce ;iate several loads of wood was held at the new quarters their neighbors have of the organization Thursday ht them the part week. night, January 21. If you miss- Ben Grimm has been cd attending this meeting you sick for several days, but , missed one of the most enthu-'- this writing in.proving, iastic meetings of the citizen- lister, Mrs. Opal Garden of ship ever held in Winnsboro. An Morris Chapel is visiting hour and a half was spent dis- |lt present. i cussing and formulating plans land Mrs. Ilomer Calvert ,0 ' th,e organization to make moved to Tyler, where vVmnsboro a better place in will take a business "lf;h *-(> ''ve during 1924. Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS J ANUARY3L1W4. WioDsboro Weekly News ORMEH WINNSBORO CITIZEN Pit Of Hmw R. Walr, Editor |l 26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered u lecond-claw mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at tb. poa toff ice at Winnsboro, Taxaa, ander the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known n application. Published Every Thurwday Announcements For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For Sheriff: H. L. DENTON. CAUL PUGH It. E. (EZRA) CARTER ^or Tax O)ll«fctor, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Supt. of Instruction B. W EDWARDS. For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD (Re-electon) For County Assessor T. U. SHIRE Y For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. UICHHURG PROMOTED SALES NIGHTS Another new project of the, MATINEE Mihs Lenhart will fjvf a mat- The rotowin* ijen by ' t''.r'".,on at" a'lSo!$ the El PaM> Herald undi?i|4U • t rivi« Leairue. Admission 1U mtrht sale by the merchants ol'iteronon at .n tne f.i raso nera.u lhe* tovvI1. This ia something Civic Uague. die date of January 2ti: "Am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

Dlfr speak I Wed- iry 6,1 s will! ;tee. PEN •a are e. — WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 81,4924. AM MARTIN, JEWELER mm Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. ! PURIFY THE BL0OD jssible to Cure Pimples, tils, Chronic Sores. E c., Jnless the Wood ia Clean. li 11 kt AuS l'OH SALE—Two work muLs, Newspaper Transmission for cash or good note.—L. S. Service Improved Newman. 19 WANTED—Peanuts corn.—Sam Taylor. and The News is indebted to Post- pop- WANTED-Men or women to'master Gilbreath f()r th f „ take orders for genuine guaran i. . - ,IU — teed hosiery for men, womei.l,n* infortir>at><'n regarding the r seven years 1 had a large NOTICE—The person who bor- and children; eliminates darn new instructions from Post- sore on each of my legs, rowed my pump spray and polling. Salary, $75 a week full master General New for the h1 seemed impossible to fctraps for wagons harness, wilijtime; $1.50 an hour spare time transmission of newsnanerv 1 tried everything with- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

MMIM WINNSBOftO W*BKLY NBWS JANUARY 31, 1M4 ______ LUMBER AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH ! !• "I charge thee, therefore, bt 11 fore God and the Lord Jes b ;• Christ, who shall judge the • > | quick and the dead at i lis ap- ll'pearing and His King loin. J | j preach the Word." 2 Timoth> We carry one of the most com- ?! following services, at all of plete stocks of Lumber in North- : j which the above ch^ge Wui te east Texas and can fill your bill :: w. C. DODGEN CO. all the way through, no matter whether you intend building a barn or a fine residence. See us • and our stock before you buy any- : thing in the Lumber line. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. SI HSCRirriON COLLECTION time you can get it for $1.00. ! The clubbing rate with thi January was an extraordina- Dallas Semi-Weekly News will 'also remain $1.75 until March 1st. carried out. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a m. and 7 p. m. Young Peoples meetings 6 p. m. W. M 8 2:80 p. m. Monday. Y. W. A. and G. A. 6 p. m. Wednesday Of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

WNNMNMIO WBBKLri NBWh 3 NUARY 8 , 1924 Necessry Education A Bank Book is as necessary to the education of your child as any book it is now studying. Have you given it one? The First National Bank welcomes the boys and girls. May we see your boys and girls here? .mer .r< Express Com- .Lice . milling underv n . e.ieral repairs last w( k doors a.d windows re . and the building repaint < /. yellow with red border, o i iatch the style of L. R. & N. e p:<ts at other places on the line. 1-5 pound Hersheys Cocoa 10c; 1-2 pound Hersheys Cjttrn 20c; 10 pounds of sugar $1.00 -Proctors. First National Bank W innsboro T exas C. M. Cain spent Monday in Dallas. While there he hear! William Jennings Bryan mak > two speeches, one in the after- noon and one at night. Over- SfiSS wm present • i' Igers e 46c > late Coffo Overalls .c, W. t Full Crea i pound pi 13c ,'Chr.vatj pound: bull tors. * . . . _ _ und Golden ' ate -2 pouiKlh G<v ben ■1.19.—Proctors. 15; work shirts •dgen Co....

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