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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 21, 1924. SOME KNOCKOUT PRICES For a short time on High Class, Guaran- teed Farm Implements. Would mention our— 10-inch Steel Plow for $18.00 12-inch Steel Plow for 21.00 14-inch Middle Breaker, either chilled or steel for $18.00 Walking Cultivators that never failed to please a customer for $35.00 WefsellflWalking Planters,[$15M$27.50 Riding Planters $50|and?Section[jHarrow for $20. In fact we,havefaimost com- plete of general merchandise! with" big bargains in the various departments. Great loads of Dry Goods now arriving. CAMPBELLS BIG Meal and Phosphate Fertilizers The above is (he trade name we jrivo to our line of "complete fertilizers." When you buy a fertilizer with this name and ours on the tap you are getting a Cotton Sect! 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 I or ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

J r vSHHKO VVKRKLY NKWW FEBRUARY 11, 1 24. ftn< i0le year old rr tm educational and PATRiOTIC PROGRAM Folio wng is program of an ^ducatonal and patriotic cele- bration to |>3 conducteed by Winnsboio Lodge No. 146 A. I« . 1 a:.U .x. M.f at ihe Masonic h 1 [in Winnaboro on February 22, ; connnencing at 7:0U o clock p. Pinfc <ZA ink cash each lundred Pc each iRy Anyone can use Valspar Varnish-Stains Come to us with your paint and varnish prob- lems. With our complete stock of high urade products and our long, practical experience we can serve you to your entire satisfaction. Don't put up with floors that are shabby—don't discard furniture just because it's scratched and worn. You can make all woodwork bright and new-looking with Valspar Varnish-Stain. VALENTINE'S VALSPAR VARNISH-STAIN Valspar Varnish-Stains are the famous Valspar itself plus six natural wood colors—Light Oak, Dark Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, Walnut, and Moss Green. They're durable and waterproof. You stain and varn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

ARY 21, 1824. iita f m Our Business is essential to success in yours. No business can be operated efficiently without the aid of insurance. We f-hall be glad to help you determine the most effi- cient and economical use of insurance in the protec- tion of your business success. We carry, Fire, Tornado, Life, Auto, Personal, Cas- ualty, Burglary, Bonds, Marine and Special, and Mis- cellaneous. In fact, if it's insurance, we have it. That's our business. Morris & Co." J. E. PETTY, Manager Insurance and Bond Agents FREE BOOK Ask for book on meat production on the farm—all about preserving your meat with Wright's Condensed Liquid Smoke. The only real smoke made. II' you doubt this look up the Government records. For sale by FOWLER'S Buy it in Winnsboro. W. W. McBrayer of Mt. Ver- non was here representing Met le- tter's creamery of Dallas Fri- day. Linen dresses are popular.— The Enterprise. On account of disagreeable weather, our union singing was called off the second Sunday and w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

Y IT! IT [latest lality [H of [ou can- U'tunity lure sat- fumniei Start L. The liferent jSING ining. iginfj Ibusine WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS PEBRUARY21,1924. •f . " V f - > Always At Your Service A CHECK BOOK IS INDISPENSABLE TO YOUR BUSINESS. MAKES THE KEEPING OF RBADY CASH ON HAND, UNNECESSARY. SERVES AS A RECORD AND RECEIPT OF FINANCIAL TRANS- ACTIONS. I.KAKN ITS MANY ADVANTAGES 11Y OPENING \ CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH THIS BANK TO-DAY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' . TEXA8 Silk capes, spring coats, suits, blouses, linen dresses, silk dres- ses of every class and the new shades at prices that please.— 11 The Enterprise. I _______ "Fighting Blood," Round Six, Amusu Saturday. Mrs. Douglas Rowell and little daughter, Katherine, of Dallas, 1 returned home Saturday after a I two weeks' visit with Mr. and : Mrs. II. 11. Grainger. Buy it in Winnsboro. Announcements "St. Elmo," the world's great- , J':st love story, Monday and Iuesday. Mrs. Homer Weir visited in Dallas the past week. Buy it in Winnsb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

i 1 WINNSBOROfS REGULAR MONTHLY The First of a Series of Permanent Trades Day To Be On the Fourth Thursday in Each Month, Beginning THURSDAY 9 i- On these designated days the Winnsboro Merchants invite you to especially come to town and bring with you any thing that you might have to sell or trade jmd in return_the Winnsboro Merchants will offer you special bargains in their particular lines of business. On the First||Trades Day— THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2P> The Winnsboro Merchants are offering as a specialjinducementlfor you to come tos Winnsboro llexceptional bargains. You will save money by coming to Winnsboro Trades Day ^nd~TaIang advantage of the |many bargains that will be offered you. iW "1 i I It i 0 :h in on "tor '*V i f , i . — If you have livestock, poultry, eggs, butter, cream, vegetables, syrup, hay or feedstuff, etc., sell it in«Winns- boro that dav. Trade It in Winnsboro on Trades Day If you have anything to trade such as an automobile, wagons, buggies, farm implements, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

>n ,you :cial >nal lany ins- ws, Iff, Ion ay W1NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS . r . -V tf't*, AHYi21, 1924. • JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. WINNKK 'wh° are not financially able to MASONS TO PRV^ifRvi' ANUNOT A LOSER r c„ h full f„, their curs- ThIUkH OA*'VeK SZ SM'umS1 C0UP"" Houston, TexaaT* Feb. ,2.- [l fifty or more and you Nume _ Plans are under way for the men and women who, ^ _ Masons of Texas to take the ne- H ' |VOl> in the game of busi-1 Address :d"yo« wi" see those who Tyler Commercial College iy-i^T^ f°V th® ,),otection ■■■•< the sume game, ler, Texas. ; preservation of what is known as "The Charter Oak lree" at Brazoria, under which Gen. Sam Houston is said t have held the first meeting 01 conference of the Grand I,odg of Masons in Texas. At Waco last December the Grand Lodf i instructed Grand Master G. A. Brandt of this city to appoint a committee to look into the mat- ter of the saving of the old tree. Grand Master Brandt jost ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 February 1924

JrH FEBRUARY 2L 1824- iVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 21,1124. Study Every Article at Our Special Prices LITTLE ADS 35c lanolin Hugs, 18x36 in. _ 15c each Over 700 have been sold Children's belts, were 50c, several dozen to select from 25c 89c ... 89c ,25c Ladies $1.50 Purses $1.5fl house dresses for Men's 19c hose, two pairs for Ladies 17 l-2c black and brow n hose, per pair only 10c 95c ^ilk hose for -.69c ...98c $1.49 $1.9H $1.25 thread silk hose for „.— $2.00 silk hose for — $1.5'' >ilk hose for Two packages of Velvetine toilet prepar- ation for the price of one. A close out. A special sale of beads at 25c, 49c and l'9c 15c sfluss bracelets, three for $1.95 electric curling irons $1-00 50c linene and organdie collars, extra spe- cial, -25c each Biggest sale ever on handkerchiefs—10c numbers for — 15c and 19c numbers for _——10c 25c beautiful linen handkerchiefs for only — ; 17 1"2c Beautiful buttons and trimmings at much lower prices. 25c Mavis Talcum for — 25c Black and White...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

ITK ning E! flllNTIO M] fOlPH Junj, | icture ES S Wk I and 2>t| DNS V v>| r.< • ^ I0e Uli minora XIV.—NO. 22. Foil Tax Payment*. Quitman Democrat. K-oni the records of Tax Col- |(ir McCrary it would seem r tho voting strength of Iki county for 1924 will be bev/here in the neighborhood |(;,000. His record shows a poll tax payment of 5,847 lit I'23 exemptions, that is T;e under age. There is Jill less more than the latlei jibor of voters, men and wo- r), who are exempt from p >P 'payment, account of beiig L agp. crippled or otherwise liiipt, which will run the en- voting strength of the coun- |to more than 6,000 qualified ers. [he poll tiix payments by pre ks follows: <«/ .• / k. OU> > k Superani late Endowment Of Methodi.st Chuich' FEBRUARY 28, 1924. - $1.25 PER YEAR BUY IT IN WINNSBORO feuitman ■ineola - Tlba - fantis lock Hill Pleasant (Jrove llo.lt Winnsboro fine Mills ... Itinson ted Land (awkins Coke ferryville widen jainesvillu nrtwright bak Grove reach fbu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

I! M Heatproof Waterproof Weatherproof Valspar-Enamel your Car! AKF. the old car look lik<* Sun,rain, mud, dust, gasoline, oils, < new! Give it a finish that tvtn boiling water from the radiator \ —fail to dim their fine lustre Amateurs find Valspar Enamels VALBNTINIS will start bright and nay bright a Valspar-Knamel finish Valspar Enamels are made of the m m m ^ q a finest pigments VALSI /VK carefully ground in |T|y A k||T| C Valspar Varnish, easy to use They work freely under the brush, dry dust- free in two hours and hard in twenty- giving you Valspar durability plus twelve beautiful and lasting colors (also Black, White, Bronze, Alu- minum. Gold and Flat Black). four Don't waste time with in- ferior materials. If a car is worth rcfinishinu, it's worth refinishing with Valspar-Knamel. Valspar Is Sold Exclusively By The Rexall Drug Store Our Business is essential to success in yours. No business can be operated efficiently without the aid of insurance. We shall be glad to he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 28, 1924. m MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. NOV/, CLME* O// YOOtf A/£X-T Tff/P STOP AT TftC HA*DI*AK£ STOKE A*D Q/r THOSS AiAUS 4/V0 SCP£h/s A.VD ////yges A aid THE #£sr OP T *r MAPDlvAKB / O/tpCffeu AHD JXw't FOKGC r LET'S AYtUE Yo*4 SAW A M'HUTE */*£* YOU G/ r THXcwbM r/re/f£ i/MCie so. / caht ix> svo <joa!> u/trff Mtue1 Of THIS hakd -. yVOO.'J A too* K V*O*kma* aiAAtes roois,- At, rue sayia/'/S, Joe, why Von'r YOU BUY YOURSELF A GOOD SAto OKCC / JUST HAT£ ro ie*/D my Good roots ro A*raooy.— I'M FUHHY tS '/I „ *ts£7.; ' ^ Builder's Supplies 'fr//€yss / have been moving more rapidly than in pre- vious years. Our sales show a marked increase. The past year was, indeed, a good year for us, and our sales were more than double our 1922 Builder's Supplies saies. if you will bring us your list we will be glad to make joua price. WINDOWS DOORS NAILS HINGF> WINDOW WEIGHTS • i'()KD SASH PULLEYS SASH LO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 28,1924 Always At Your Service A CHECK BOOK IS INDISPENSABLE TO YOUIi BUSINESS. MAKES THE KEEPING OF READY CASH ON HAND, UNNECESSARY. SERVES AS A RECORD AND RECEIPT OF FINANCIAL TRANS- ACTIONS. LEARN ITS MANY ADVANTAGES BY OPENING A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH THIS BANK TO-DAY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO TEXAS Authentic Fashions for Spring Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor fl.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clash mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ander the act of March 3, 1879. Hill Crest Poultry Farm Best pure bred White Leu- horns. Eggs $1.25 per 15 at farm.—Winnsboro, route 2. A. J. O'Shields, Mgr. 30 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Sunday, February 24, an 8-pound boy. Miss Mamie Harper was home Advertising rates made known i Sunday from Waskom where oil application. Published Every Thursday CARD OF THANKS she has a position in a telephone office. Taylor & Son will appreciate your grocery b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 28, mi THEATRE Clean, Moral, Educational, Entertaining CIIAS. ROBINSON INSTALLS NEW CLAK1P1LTEK Chas. Robinson has been very busy the pu.st few weeks inatul- mg new machinery in iiis dry mUNl) AFTERNOON SHOWS Open from 1 P. M. to 11 P. M. TO-DAY and FRIDAY p.n$ci ,rnL f.JF a Bv Paul Dickey and Chad. W. Goddard "THE KING OF HEARTS IS COMING r The fortune-teller told her truly. I lor "King" came in an airplane crash. He married her, but after the wedding—what complications! A tremendous success as a play. A Marvelous Motion Picture. A Preferred Cast—KENNETH HARLAN, Walter Long, Richard Tucker, Miriam Cooper, Miss du Pont, Edwin J. Brady. PREFERRED PICTURES Special Friday Night HHJH SCHOOL AMATEUR NIGHT p! iiiUus oi sense and nonsense—benefit of High School MISSION 10c and 25c SATURDAY Dare Devil Jack Hoxie Wolf Tracks" A Western Tariller II Mai like a real he-man picture, a real western !' r then don't miss Jack Hoxie's Latest— "Vwili Tracks." Also- "Don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

FEBRUARY 2#,, 1*24. SOME KNOCKOUT PRICES For a short time on High lass, Guaran- teed Farm Implements. Would mention our— 10-inch Steel Plow for $18.00 12-inch Steel Plow for 2100 14-inch Middle Breaker, either chilled or steel for $1800 Walking Cultivators that never failed to please a customer for $35.00 We sell Walking Planters, $15 to $27.50 Riding Planters $50 and Section Harrow for $20. In fact we have a most com- plete line of merchandise with big bargains in the various departments. Great loads of Dry Goods now arriving. Campbell's Big Fivs TEXAS FA KM LABOR POLITICAL CONFLUENCE The Texas Fami-l-abor 1'olit- tical Conference, an organiza- tion ompo.sei.1 of members of the Kail Koud Brotherhood, the State Federation of Labor and The Tex a* Division of the Farm Labor Union, will meet at . Dallas Labor iemple the first Monday in March (3-3-24). A this meeting the delegates will 'declare themselves for oil against the candidates that have or may announce for State [Congressional ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

WINNBBORO WEEKLY KttWg WDBUJiltY cash ble : Fits I Dsy (Tab) work) <. abtttl Hi gpiRATIONAL PROGRAM To be held at WINNSBORO, TEXAS 7th, 1924, 10;00 A. M. a. ni. I) a. ni. Li a. in- to p. in- Pivot'onal — Mrs. S. F. Nel.son I) ,, i Mcsduines Daber and Browning j; ussions on W. M. U. Schedule for J924 (see ,,-cord book, page 19). .1 i y and April Mrs. T A. Binford, Winnsboro i it ry . Mrs. J. E. Newman, Winnsboro ,vii Mrs. C. It. Ilill, Mt. Vtrno; \ . ,'s Obligation to 75 Million Uev. J. Howard Williams, Sulphur Springs .i«e from Tlieo. A. Binford, Winnsboro L„. di—12:00. i mil Mrs. A. J. Majors, Mt. Vernoi M.i. Mrs. P. M. Holder, Brashea Ju <• Mrs. W. I. McGarity, Comt Jul' ..lid August Mrs. C. 0. James, Sulphur Sp'j>; S |, inber and October , Mrs. J. Howard Williams, Sulphur Spring November, Mrs. W. E. Hoggs, Winnsboro |) cumber Mrs. G. K. Ogletree, Mt. Vernoi Round table discussion on each subject. Conferences conducted by Associational Charimar of each committee. Missions...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 February 1924

MHHpppRPH itr •HNN8KNW WKSLT K*W8FBMCmjMM4- Desiring to clean the deck for the greatest Spring Season of our history now just before us; too, to start the season with a BOOM, you will notice extraordinary offerings here und upon visiting our store you will! be pleased with other unusual values. Having plans made to specialize in certain lines we are pricing discontinued items at Bargain Prices that] will push them out in a rush. Then, too we are anxious for you to start your Spring Purchasing early with us and we will hold you as a good customer throughout the season. The first few good customers making a purchase of Twenty-five Dollars or more we will present with a $5.00 String of Indestructible French Pearls. lilt I I sol rs til In ill The Feature Sale for the Next Ten Days Will Be a Two-for-One Sale items that will astound you as Big Values. You buy one item at regular price and we will then (give you one Free! They will go fast! See the items as soon as you read this ad. Here a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

4. ' t WINNSBORO, WOOD COlTNTv' MARCH 6, 1924. VIOLINIST PLEASES TEMPLE AUDIENCE Several hundred M, at with him is been V""1) to hC uo1 r 7aoo this Winter. Mr. Jim Wilcox received a wsttJfe ^ ^•1 on stating that his so.., I i; ilcox of Sv etwater, -e-a , very lev. and nnt expected [live. Amos Wilco, ai d e h a' Gnibbs left tor that 11 :< Iturdav night. We hope cox's condition is not a ■ us as reported and he vill fcn recover fourteen year old hoy of Winter's of i'ickton liappea- i to g very painful and ser.ous lident last Saturday at 12 ck, when one of his friend \)t him m tin right ai m and It was necessary for the arm to lie removed, boys were out hunting they were skinning a bit, when another rabbit tiped up and the hoy grabbed 1 gun and it supposed that hammer of the gun was and Winter was shot in- ad of the rabbit. It was re- yesterday (Sunday) that m resting nicely and we i for him a speedy recovery Epworth I league was or at Harmony last night, Mrs. B. N. Reneau appointed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

T NSWS HARCH 7, Turner Mercantile Company s Sale Opens Saturday, March 8th, at 9 a. m. Tamer Mercantile Company's Great Removal Sale promises to be one of the most sensational price cutting sales ever attempted in Win"Msb",o,^,0]J? ®0°dh' Hho€8 clothing, groceries, implements and feed stuff. All to be sacrificed for cash—positively nothing charged at sale prices. eme ' | We are going to move our grocery department into our main building, just as soon as we can reduce the dry miJes'"o^' offtri^K^wlthLrre^rvror inaugurated this irreat removal sale, and to avoid having to move the bulk of the groceries, we have decided to let them go in at sale pi ice. loo, o ei ng tnout leserve or restriction, everything throughout all departments at prices in many instances for below the present wholesale prices. Everybody' wi «t"1 h!^timt wh^n v°nn are fo rcash only. We positively cannot charge goods at sale prices. This sale is going to mean a great deal to the people of this action, comingjust; at...

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

WINN8B0BQ WBMB.T 1B8WS 1. 1 M. AM MARTIN, JEWEL Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. u lit PRICES For a short time on High Class, Guaran- teed Farm Implements. Would mention our— 10-inch Steel Plow for $18.00 12-inch Steel Plow for 21 CO 14-inch Middle Breaker, either chilled or steel for $1800 Walking Cultivators that never failed to please a customer-foif$35.00 j •1 We|sellJWalking;Planters,[$15" to"$27.50 •-lif Riding Planters $50 and Section Harrow for $20. In fact we have a most ^com- plete line of merchandise withl big bargains in the various departments. J Great loads of Dry Goods mow ^arriving. Campbell's Big Five A complete Ford Truck with sll**tcet body and cab CHAr; 8 ONLY. $370.00 frier* f. o. b. Detroit Th* new Ford ell-$te*l bed* end ntathtr proof cob on tht Ford worm- drnt ckmuii make* world'% hue ft pttttd tompleU em-ton true*. A New Ford Steel Truck Body ^ he Ford Motor Company announces the production oi ■ new all-steel body and steel feat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

MARCH 4 191L Our 27th Year IN TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA Daring deeds and gallant achievements record- ed in history are no more wonderful than the accomplishments in the business world. This spring begins our twenty-seventh year in Texas and Oklahoma. It has been one long list of accomplishments from a humble start to one of the largest retail institutions in these two states. And we could have no better mes- sage to the people of Texas and Oklahoma than: "The same ideals this institution was founded on are and always will be the guiding influences in our business. 27 YEARS OF KEEPING FAITH pring Apparel Tasty and Smart at ReaUy Low Prices-Here It Is! Cotton Staples Priced Low 86-inch Quality Bleached Muslin yard 15c 36-inch extra quality bleached Muslin, per yard .— - 17 36-inch extra fine bleached muslin, yard ,-12 36-inch extra fine bleached muslin, yard - l-2c un- per l-2c un- per 15c 27-inch yard 33-inch yard 38-inch yard 54-inch yard 18-inch yard Indian Head, per ...24c Indian Head, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

Sn k\ • S/Ul tCJ (/)ic111ic iri I // -iSf\uu/ 'LL Sf(44%/ WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS *CH 6. 1924. _WiDDsborOuWeekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Smart New Styl es! Grecian Straps and Sandals are in big de- mand especially in smart now styles and dis- tinctive patterns. These two new "Classics" show real "class" in every detail—in their good looks, splendid fit, and sterling quality. Special Thi* Week at $2.85 to $8.95 A close and critical examination will bring out strongly the value of this elegant footwear, and we urge you to See Them Today. Our assortment is larger and our prices lowtr than ever before, making it well worth your while to come to us first for all your wants in shoes. Mure Conservative Oxfords and Strap* Also—in Black, Brown, and in Patent, W. C. Dodgen Co. "Ask Anyone We Serve" IIIIOIIlllllllllllllllilllfiT, Planting Seed Jfe have a few more PURE JANF Cotton seed for plant- |purposes. We are selling pi absolutely at cost. hese seed are direct from...

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