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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

LET THE MILK COW ! to chickens and hogs. The COME TO iYOUR AID shipping station, while not tht . (most economical method, is still The change from all-cotton1 another way of handling cream farming to a more cropping system is eon.plished with difficulty. In fact, some /VINNSBORO WEEKL-i NEW* JANUARY .11. 1924. IN CRITICAL CONDITION DAIRY COWS WILL PAY FOR CARE AND FEED lie harsh treat- hear The dairy cow diversified Other farmers ship cream direct; cold, dampness, often iic-, to a central creamery. Uowev-! nient or neglect. That i.s rn considerable er, some dairy farmers would responds profitably to comfor farm- rather see the cream weighed; table quarters, good, kind many friends of Mrs. L. is sensitive to I A. Monday 'will be pained to is sensitive i of heJ. critical condition. | She has been suffering forj weeks with an internal trouble, care but few people knew that her -jcondition had reached a critical She lias been growing and tested, and this is undoubt- and liberal feeding....

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

omoA WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 31, 1924 5 -' " pat «4 Ria of I life bcjul ifr*. Ltwiil r, Mo., l| woman!; I fail a grtitl |y Kick nil mid crampLi doing mjl re so rr.asjl 1 to tak* oil rv anxi .'iil friend nc>| Ull Tonic uslnjf It I I. I "t| I life with- in highly I mt 40 til | tO Iii-'ll me, w nick ( 9 of Life! t changei j • system, [ inful audi 'hin'f thill y suffer-1 ' i iublM I tardui. ttl Is it bM ti., Until March 1st, 1924, You Can Get The Winnsboro News For Only PER YEAR! Renew Your Subscription Within the Next Month and Save a Quarter. • • f d IN? you better. ire. p- -ell -Turt After March 1st, The Price Will Be $1.25 THISilS POSITIVELY THE LAST EXTENSION We Have Some Good Clubbing Propositions i and||also take subscriptions for any magazine published in the United States. d9 ial SAjVE THAT QUARTER! i

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 January 1924

wm.Y NEWS JANUARY 3t, 19U. ... . ! We Were Lucky in purchasing three thousand yards of cotton goods at prac tically give-away prices. We pass this unusual purchase on to our customers and here are some of them. Come and see 29c suiting for dresses and such like, cheaper than good quality cotton checks, 7 yds for $1.00 35c thirty-two inch Gingham, dark blue, only, was 8 yards for one dollar, January sale, 7 yards for - $1-00. 7 yards outing for —$1.00j ^ 7 yards bleached domestic $1.001 yjucej homes that are 7 yards 20s gingham $1.00 pr0perly prepared to take care 7 yards kimona outing for. $1.00 of them This is extra heavy material, and worth double, now worth per TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLBOft, TYLER, TtXAR Has a student welfare de- partment and has made many improvements for 1924. The Tyler Commercial College is highly complimented by the business Men and Parents for tlways looking after the welfare jf its students, both men and .somen, in the stucfcnts' board- ing homes. In addition t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

i Is? |icob8—J irector< I ?ripi an fantasli rnemol ler! ing raro| [iff, lis REN 1 ;y strong-1 villi to I It ts the! leath o« ledy &n 10(1 15 r I ;<nd I 1 >ilM roping ;dy -10f [the TH innaboro fOL. XIV.—NO. 1 . WINNSBORO, WOOD COU HARMONY NEWS HOY SCOUTS I TO RE-ORGANIZE The writer attended church Forest Home last Sunday. Meet Feb. 8 at Woodman Hall III. N. Reneau attended court Sulphur Springs last we k. All the boys in Winnsboro |Mr. and Mrs. Leffel i ergari of between the ages of 12 and 18 Iphur Springs attended sing- an(" w'10 have previously been I here Sunday afternoon. scouts or desire to became Miss Estelle Franklin of Web- ^outs are .-equested to meet at r visited iis Ilafctie Allen ^5*/'^man aJ[a" . J e latter part of last week. "y. 8th , at 6 80. ... „ . < T in . Ihis meeting si for the pur- JMiss Prudence Honibuckle of pogg 0f re-organizing the Boy Innsboro spent Wednesday yc0Uts jn Win sboro, and pro ' j Ii h<r grardp/r.-nts mjses to be interesting to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 7, 1924. Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor YOUNCJ FRIEND ! Old Theater Hewn Out of •* Rocky Soil of Neopolis 1.26 If George Washington could rise from his grave on his birth-1 day the 22nd of this month and a ypar in advance cities at midnight light- A YEAR IN ADVANCE ed ^ bright,y as day( hear the whirl of the electric car, talk over the wireless telephone, send a message by wireless to a hered pail, flowed ure pushing tkcli ship far out at sea, examine his vvuy uii along Hie edges of the stone own bones with an X-Kay, view; ami wild thyme make* nil things fr" Entered as second-clasn mai- ler, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ander the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made knowu •n application. The shrine of the greatness of Syru cu*e in perhaps (lie <lreek theater hewn out of the rock null of NeopuUs. mid open, through more than twenty two centuries, to sun nml wind which hiive weuthered the old gray •tun...

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

sten? hat ii I sctior 5t 0 F a you (m- rth- bill tter a ! US ny- WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBW8 FEBRUARY 7, 1924 Teach",Them How 27-inch Festival Ginghams in all the newest checks and plaids l the yard 19c.—W. C. Dodgen Co. Free! Piece of with each $10.00 ' I Wright & Vickers. chinaware trade. — Our battery business is grow- ing daily. There is a reason. /a or girls, it matters not, they should be taught to value and handle money. They should never allowed to "charge" things at the stores; that is moling of extravagance and debt. Open an Account The First National Bank and teach them to save future needs. First National Bank Winnsboro Texas Honest and quick service.- eral Garage. -Gen- We carry in stock battery plates, jars, separators, case? arid most anything in the bat tery line. We can build rew ones or repair old ones;- fu'.ly guaranteed.—General Garage. Mighty Lak' A Rose/' a symphony of life in the high and low places, Amusu, Mon- day and Tuesday. Phone us for your l>eef and we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

<\ INNSBOIIO WEEKL. -NEWS I KHIII ARY T. 1 2<- Quiet US SI ghost/ The wonderful Willys-Knight sleeve- valve engine gives you quiet,silky action. Closed bodies remarkably free from power rumbles and vibration. No noisy cams. No choking up with carbon. No clicking valves to grind. This en- gine improves With use! Owners report 50,000 miles without engine repair. Touring $1175; Sedan $1795, f« o. b. Toledo. ki C. M. BROWNING Winnsboro, Texas. Old Folks in Englrr I Who Travel by Proxy W> had Ihe Old Folk* Ite.i'Mun Tea IP our vlllng< u few weeks .igo -*n an mini event arranKftd by rue io<al brunch of the Woman's Insnrmv, when nil people more rliun sixty years <il<l are in\l'.<l nnd given it really good meal. followed l j> h concert wlileh in- clutl's the ulfl souks they love to hear. The Interval between the fo:« nn'l the cor i?rt la always occupied by a few mlnti *s' clmt by the fire, when the group of "oldsters" congregate hikI xehiiti.e reminiscences. This ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

- WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS EBRUARY 7, 1924. 1 "i'l AM MARTIN, JEWELEH Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. double [he— lm Fittl ear! Ml I . t rosUl ICINEJ • i, and ■ whifhl 1 i. niuf [ rnatlw Ohio. rifluet I • " nf km iQoH| 1:10c. hS- PURIFY THE BLOOD tsflihle to Cure Pimples )ils, Chronic Sores, E c., Jnless the Blood is Clean. LllUl ADS WANTED—Peanuts and pop corn.—Sam Taylor. sores healed clean and good [have remained so ever since, tlieve any one, regardless of or condition, will be bene- b> the use of FERRASAL. niy household remedy and n never without it. A. M. White. Ross Ave., Dallas, Texas. Telephone H 0110. [ERRASAL is a wonderful M purifier. It neutralizes excess acids in the stomach aids digestion. It keeps intestinal tract clean and |dorized, preventing impuri- from getting into the blood. !e FERRASAL regularly it and morning for a month, r skin and eyes will become r and you will feel like a person. Because I'Ort SALE—Two work niul METHODIST CH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

i!r WINNSBORO WBHLY NBW8 FEBRUARY^ 7, lt24._ A Real Drug Store With twenty-five year# prac- tical experience in the DRUG BUSINESS and buying for cash enables us to know what the public wants and to buy at the best prices. It will pay you to buy your Drugs and Drug sundries from a dependable store. Kendrick's Drug If Did Not Advertise, TAX Would Not Be Important „ Washington, D. C., Feb. 6.- Dallas, Texas, Feb. 6—'''^ The Federal Civil Service Com- infrequently taxpayers inc mission is supposed to be om- in their income tax rt uins niscient. It receives inquiries items that are specifically e - from all parts of the councry empt from taxation, said C.eo. concerning matters not at all C. Hopkins, collector of in erna related to its work. revenue. The latest is a request for in-J "This office has had ai range formation as to the "names of « list of items which are spe- ! all the important advertising firms in the United States." The Commission informed the inquirer, a woman in the 11 M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWS fr'W>WU WY 7 ;<) t >♦♦♦ > <♦♦ ♦♦«pfrfoci Wood la Needed i tor Airplane Propellers hree Papers a Week a Whole Year for $1.75 Jntil farther notice we will club the Winnsboro ■ekly News with the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm sws, giving both papers for $1.75 a year. You fed these papers, especially this year when officers Dm Constable to President will be elected. The |innsboro News gives you all the local happenings die the Dallas Semi-Weekly News keeps you isted on State and National politics and the >rld's events. Give us your subscription at] once, 'e are now mailing orders for the Dallas News the tme day we receive them and there will be no long [aiting to get your paper started. Remember, .75 pays for both publications-three papers every [eek--a whole year. he Winnsboro News for $1 a Year Until March 1st the subscription price W The rinnsboro News will be $1.00 a year. This applies payments on past dues and also new subscrip- 10ns. If you owe The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 February 1924

OTNN8MNT tLr NKWD FRMUAKY T, 1W4. mm SHOES SHOES SHOES For Ladies and Misses. Strictly the latest styles fully guaranteed. Priced at 50c to $1.50 pair saving. Excellent new Satins, Suede, Patent and kid novelties. Priced 3.95, 4.95, 5.95 and 6.95. Sale of new Pumps and Oxford worth one dollar more for $2.95. A large stock to select from for Ladies, Misses, and Children. HOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERY SILKS - Strictly new shades. Let us help plan your spring dress. Our sale of 10c button goods continues. Also 7 yds. for $1. items. Other spscials added| this jweek. Big inducements to early buyers of Millinery & Ready-to-wear Visit our store and see the new merchandise. It's a Pleasure to Please. THE ENTERPRISE T. B. Turner & Son FOR COUNTY CLERK FRANKLIN COUNTY Lewis Seay of Cypress com- Imunity was in town Satuiday and called at The News off ce and requested us to say that he is a candidate for county clerk of Franklin county, and will ap- preciate the vote and support of the reader...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

►W8 M. >AY P'ffh oaj the fess, ge«gfl IE b pfjthe M |th Jr just mJ In ilea ID" and J ITftntt m p/jf«1 ikrtm •thv M* m fl ltro a.|] I vou I iy tN-H GM th4 2,VI f / jf// inuoboro Uteiklu lL. XIV.—NO. 20. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, iivBULARY 14. 1921. HARMONY NEWS ELLI8 BROWN FOR RE-ELECTION WEIGHER $1.25 PER YEAH FROM J. R. WARREN I To the voters, women and J mprv nf W/wwl r.A«inf v • from now until the date of the i-s. V. R. Calvert has been e sick with flu the past r n (miis) Brown author- 'men, of Wood County: ises The News to announce his I am a candidate for the office ancil Reneau of Cypress candidacy for re-election to the of District Judge for another t Friday night with his un- office of public weigher of pre- term, subject to the Democratic Mr. C. R. Taylor. cinct No. 4. Mr. Brown has primaries. . and Mrs. J. P. Redding of been weigher here for a tew Practically my entire time igrove were guests of Mr. j years and has given general Mrs. Henry Redding Sun-!satisfaction...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

■ ( 'I? i!§§ tflNNSBOROKKW* FEBRUARY 14, ltl4. J. B. ROBERTS BIG I* J Commencing Saturday, February 16th, 1924 at 8:30 o'clock a. m., and Continuing 30 Days I have iust arrived from Mt. Pleasant with a big bankrupt stock of merchandise which must be sold regardless of value. I bought this stock at about 20 cents on the dollar and consequently can sell it much below wholesale price and make a good profit. The former owner bought this merchandise since Augus and everything is brand new. We have thrown our two stocks together and everything in the store goes at' a big- discount Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Clothing, Ladies Ready-to-Wear Notions, etc., all go at unheard of prices. We have too many goods—we must ieduce our stock. mm FREE -- To Each of the First Ten Ladies Entering Our Store Saturday Morning We Will Give a Pair of Silk Hose Free Ladies's Ready-to-Wear All kinds of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, in all sizes and the latest styles. Dresses that retailed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

—■ / WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 14, 1924. M MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. TLE ADS ED—Peanuts 5am Taylor. and pop- TJNNEY—Winnsboro, representing the Na- iarble & Granite Corpo- of Ball Ground, Ga. rs of high grade monu- Anything furnished in or granite from small- idstone to largest familj lial. 22. HALE—FeiTis exhibition strain baby chicks. orders for Feb- farch delivery EGGS—Pure bred Rhode Island Red Eggs, $1.25 per setting.; —Mrs. Ed Hornbuckle, route 4. | COTTON SEED—Red R^t Proof cotton seed $2.00 per bu- shel at Gully's Produce House, Louis Hill old stand. 21 NOTICE—It is about time to begin planting your garden and flower yard. I have received a full line of all kinds of garden and flower seeds at a very low price. I am also carrying a full line of groceries and feed. Al: trade will be appreciated.—Hi- ram Snodgrass. 21. joking orders for Feb-!SALE!—One good horse; [and March delivery at ?,S(> one young mule—L. (r h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

WINKSBWTOwBMT/r WBW8 PlBRPABT II, UM. M-,1 Take Us Into Your Confidence If you have FINANCIAL problems of any kind. We'll prlady be of service to you—whether you're seeking advice relative to a Loan, Investments or any other subject that has to do with money matters. Whatever advice we give you, you can rest assured, it'll I*? to your best interests. Come in and get ac- quainted. I First National Bank Winnsboro Texas Laugh. at the Hills/ Shoot the hills in an Overland1 With a surge of robust power, Overland whips into action—off like a streak — carrying you up and over the top of the steepest, meanest lulls. Try it out. Overland will prove on the rami its reputation as the most car in the world for the money, C,n,impion $695; Sedan $795. (• o. b. Toledo. ourtng^405 C. M. BROWNING Winnsboro, Texas Wioosboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, EdiUr '1.26 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entered as second-claas mat- m, September 24, 1909, at the KWtoffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, rnder the act of March 3, 1879. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

1«,1994. alues This Town £atured Friday lingly smart styles are the very newest a* rou. Imagine such garments as these with lely low price—something you never find In [featured in these dresses. You will find lovely aether with other attractive trimmings such ing Values As These N DRESSES \NG LOW PRICE is a bargain event le possible only fugh an extremely mate purchase from rica's largest makers )ron dresses. No in can afford to stay tomorrow. V u. mm f v y-i,«wwH SBi ,A:r7 /immss "M pliisfef L.L..T \! • UKl 4 ■ / - wi' .. $'($■ P<<-' •PR % REGULAR AND STOUT SIZES This is the right opportunity for the particular woman who wants a really distinctive assortment of stylish apron dresses at the right price— and should bring a hearty response. See Our Window Display Perryville Union Singing On account of disagreeable weather, our union singing was called off the second Sunday, and we will have same the' fourth Sunday, February 24th. everybody invited to come.— Perryville Singing Cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBW8 FEBRUARY 14. 1924. Meal and Phosphate Fertilizers • The above is the trade name we give to our line of "complete fertilizers." When you buy a fertilizer with this name and ours on the tag you are getting a Cotton Seed Meal and Acid Phosphate base with the analysis balanced and completed by the addition of small amounts of Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate of Am- monia and Potash salts. These are the best fertilizers it is possible to make For those who will have nothing but pure meal and phosphate we will nix the following grades: HALF MEAL & HALF PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER ONE MEAL & TWO PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER. You may obtain these at just about what it would cost you to buy the materials and mix them yourself —if you figure that your time in mixing is worth anything. However, all the A. & M. Colleges and Experiment Stations recommend "complete fertilizers" such as we make in our MEAL & PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS. We believe that they will pay better than just the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

r\* .4 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 14, 1W4. ur Business PW!| j, .ciitiiil to success in yours. nusiness can be operated eiiiciently without the ( i insurance. |p.|i he find-*to hi lp you determine the most tffi- nml eco optical uise of insurance in the protec of y ' ■ business success. t y, 1 re, 'leu ado, Life, Auto, Personal, Ca.-v '.urglnry, Honda, Marine and Special, and Mis- I'llaneous. In fact, if it's insurance, we have it. ftiiit's our business. llUj Morris & Co. 1 J. E. PETTY, Manager Insurance and Bond Agents £1 i A LUMBER \ We carry one of the most com- j ete stocks of Lumber in North- ,st Texas and can fill your bill the way through, no matter hether you intend building a arn or a fine residence. See us d our stock before you buy any- h in the Lumber line. • r Q ^ " r * ► • roggin-Drummond Lumber Co. .hunt Wunt Ticnt of MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTION 17"HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN DIS- EASE R EM EDIE8"< Hunt's Salve and Soap) fails in the treatment of Itch your druggis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 February 1924

M tJ Til ■RVfOR . ■ | The Great Helpful February Selling Campaign "BUY IT IN WINNSBORO" i WEEKLY NIWB FEBRUARY 14, lt24. wrkleys After Every Meal It's the longest-lasting confection you can buy —and It's a help to di- gestion and a cleanser lor the month and teeth. Wiiglcy's means benellt as well aa pleasure. Capes, Coats, Suits, 'at pleasing Low Prlces'ilorious New Materials, Hats, Silk Dresses, to February Buyers. Our Garment Shop is p Department Extraordinary. Ladies for miles about are appreciating the styles and workmanship created here and the saving of 20 to 40 per cent. Satisfaction *and a perfect fit insured. MILLINERY We have never carried so large a stock; several hundred to select from. The low- est prices we have ever ofTered. Our feature prices will be: $3.50 and $4.00 trimmed hats for $2.85 $5.00 and $5.75 trimmed hats for $.H,95 Extra special, $6.75 and $7.50 pattern hats for $(5.96 Most extraordinary $10.50 Lady Frances, Paige and other exceptional patterns, for onl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

0 7 lAJ 'orest Pin knedy [ILDRENI ped and the best 1 -BKQ.&-I lat/tNT/j [NIEft r i o f)| V In- XIV.—NO. 21. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, T&XAS, FEBRUARY 21, 1924. $1.25 PER YEAR HARMONY NEWS A. L. WILFONG DEAD ,e writer is entertaining ||u>r bad cold. My mother Jdnd brings the medicine. I to, but they say yes. jr. ('. It. Taylor, Mrs. W. E. |-es and Mrs. Joe Calvert been quite sick with flu [past week, but we are glad |i,y that they are impi oving. ji. and Mrs. lieu Anderson ■Forest Home are v.siting I and Mrs. W. B. Martin and and Mrs. G. C. Whittle at kent. jr. and Mrs. Bud Hornbuckle /innsboro visited Mrs. Hora- ce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whitten Sunday. We are fy that Mrs. Whitten js in L bad health. fhe young people enjoyed a year party at the home of j. I. Banks last Saturday it. All present report a very byable time. Ir. J. M. Browning, who liv- horth of Como, visited Rev. B. Martin from Friday till [day. and lectured to the hnony Sunday School at 11 ( hck. The lecture ...

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