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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

ppp^"———————————— j. . A !i; Hi €•'*' m WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 27. 1924^ •iii EVERY LADY Has an invitation to visit the best equipped Power Dry t leaning I'lant in East Texas, next Thursday af- lernoon from one to six p. m. In order that I mav demonstrate my dry-cleaning plant. I am asking that every lady bring some gar- ments with them, such as a coat suit, diess, co.it. skirt, blouse, oi sweater which will be cleaned (not pressed) witiiout cost. I am not askinjt that you bring these garments be- cause I think you aer on the chaity list, nor that I am < > so anxious to give something for nothing it is lie- cause I will need this clothing that I may be able to give yu a demnstration that you will appreciate. Many of you will have garments that will not need pressing, that you will want to put away for the sum- mer. Your friends wil be at this opening, and 1 want you to come, so if you do not visit any place else this sum- mer, come to this opening. Chas. Robinson Better C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS >♦< < Meal and Phosphate Fertilizers the best in the world Prime Cotton Seed Meal and Acid Phosphate Base. Three sources of Nitrogen: Cotton Seed Meal, Sulphate 0f Ammonia, Nitrate of SodH- So Filler Used. •Made in different analyses specially for Northeast Teps 's(,''s a,,(' C1'()P8, Use the best, they cost no more. We also make ONE MEAL and TWO PHOSPHATE FERTIUZKR and HALF MEAL and HALF PHOS- PHATE FERTILIZER: Pittsburg Cotton Oil Company FERTILIZER WORKS PITTSBURG TEXAS FOR SALE CASSEL BROTHERS / WINNSBORO TEXAS K0YAL BARGE FOB | ton Court are rrouoed CREATApHftTnPi A v ^riHnCipaLCha^aCters of the"*Kn^- GRKAT PHOTOPLAY huh part of the story and |"When ( Knighthood Was in Marion Davies as Princess 'ow*rt starts action with the Mary 1 udor in ''When Knight- v®®*y 1 fash on the screen. hood Was in Flower," Cosmo- — Politan's splendid picturization Paramount of Charles Ma- ... • romance of Merrie Eng- "We may live without poetry, <( land in the days ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

< j J 1 CURLEE'S Guaranteed Clothes Saves You 10 to 20 per cent Buy them and Bank the difference A assortment of spring patterns to select from. Extra trousers with each suit if want- ed. SUITS $17.50 to $34.95. Extra Pants $4.95 to $8.50. Ladies' Grey Suede otrap With low covered heel, light sole, silver buckle. In equally good taste for street and sport. Same thing to be had in white for Easter $4.95 Ladies' Black Satin In pretty cut out lattice design with light sole and covered heel $3.75 to $5.95 AU the new shades of hose to match $1.00 — to $2.95 New Otter Suede With front cross strap lattice cut out low heel $3.95 Hose to mutch • $1.00 to $1.95 Men's Black and Brown Calf Oxfords Brogue last double cord tip welt sole one half rubber heel. $4.95 to $8.95 NEW ARRIVALS DAILY Keep Our Displays of Dress Goods, Millinery, Mens Ladies' antH^hildren's High Class Dress Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing Each day many new variations of the mode arrive adding further intest to the alread...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

WINN8BQRQ WBKKLY HEWS MARCH 27, 1924. AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. It Costs You Nothing Whenever you want to open an account—make a tem- porary or permanent investment—provision for your family—consult alx>ut your estate—or any other mat- ter of a financial character, we want you to feel en- tirely free to call at the First National Bank and talk it over with us. Our advice costs you nothing and it may he the means of saving you a great deal of money. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS In Winnsboro 25 Years For many years it has been our desire to serve our customers as they wish to be served. As a re- sult from years of experience we realize fully that: WE CANNOT HAVE ALL THE CUSTOMERS— NATURALLY WE SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS BEST We invite you to be one of our satisfied custom- ers, with a complete and clean stock of Drugs and Sundries; in a clean store to purchase from. COURTESY, SERVICE, EFFICIENCY—ALWAYS FOWLER'S 1 IF DRUGGISTS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

tVINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWS MARO^I924^ • S 11 i lit.( :: H iii" i MAJESTIC Big Time Vaudeville Here - - - - April 3, 1924 Bill Now Showing A— Foot Feats. Midget Boxers B— Eight Modern Tavlova's C— W F A A — a la — H. H. S. D— Caruso and his Troup E— Bits of Wit. F— A Sure-Nuf Ventriloquist G— A Comedy Hit. "Some Extras" "SEE IT IN WINNSBORO" High School Building ADMISSION 15c and 30c APRIL 3. ® * teaspoonful equals of many other hrands/jfa^s why\ CALUMET TU Mconomy BAHIHO POWDER Goes farther 1 lasts longer it Contains more than the ordinary laavening •trench | 3kworld's GREATEST BAKING POWDER GAS ON THE STOMACH Excess Acid ferments the food in the stomach, causing the gas to form, bloating the stomach and resulting in acute j indigestion. Unless this acid j condition is corrected, ulcers are formed which eventually may become cancerous. The spoiled and fermented food also causes heartburn, sour stomach, headaches, bad breath, gas pains, etc. A physician discovered a pre- paration known a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

r. £ c, he w W1NN3B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 27, 1WM OME KNOCKOUT lor a short time n h lass, Guaran- tee! Farm Im • it>. ul<i mention lur— K- h Steel Flo r $18.00 12-) h Steel Plow f >r 21.00 14-inch A < le Breaker, >-'iiner chilled or steel for $18.00 talking < ultivators that never failed to please a customer for $35.00. 1le sell Walking Planters, $15 to$27.50, Ming Planters $50 and Section Harrow or $20. In fact we have a most com- lete line |of merchandise with big bar- ains in the various departments. ireat Loads of Dry Goods Now Arriving UTTLfc AOS FOUND Near Lee Graveyard,! Tuesday, a check protector.l Owner can got same by calling •it tnis oil ice, proving property and paying charges. FOR .SALE—or trade for pas- senger car. One ton truck, sol- id tires on rear. Also Mower, rake, stalk cutter, riding plant- er, cultivator and several small plows and scratchers for sale. Also 1326 other itt'ins of vari- ous lines, for quick sale.—Jen- nings Seconhan Store. NOTICE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

INN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 27, 192L Buy an Electric Range COOK With Electricity -No Smoke -No Matches -No Wood to Carry -No Ashes -No Danger Heats where and when you want it. Our rates now make it possible for you to cook with electricity. East Texas Public Service Co. Winssboro Weekly News Heater R. W«ir, Editor 1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCI Entered a* second-c.^ mat er, September 24, 190'J, at the oa toff ice at Winnaboro, lexa aider the act of March 3, 187a Advertising rates made known ii application. Published Every Thursday CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Announcements Did you ever hear alxnit "Social Gospel ?"Then come to the C. E. next Sunday evening at 6 o'clock and learn mori about it. topic: What Missionaries do for social welfare. Scripture Text, Isa. 1:16-17; Luke 7:18-23. Song—There is Power in the Blood. "Where He Leads Mo I will Follow." Talk by leader—Loyd Rams dale. One minute talk on the fol- lowing subjects: "How the Missionaries huv< changed the map"—Louise Car- lock, Elizabeth S...

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

iUitwsIwrxn WteW ijj yttto*. VOU.XH-NO. 27. VllNKOLA SCHOOL r biilding burned HARMONY NEWS (Mineola Monitor) fire, rampant and sweeping, A fine eleven pound bov is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. V.| ' G. Wilcox. I I ;Vw. Mineolu Hiirh ¥r\ and Mrs- G- c- Whittle! Idemolished the Mineola g and t,v, wnter visite(l j ,Iood WINNSHORO, WOOD COUNT Y.TEXAS, APRIL 3, 1924. M DGE PENDLETON AN- I THE OGBURN BRAND >1.25 PER YEAR NOUNCES FOR DISTRICT JUDGE, 7TH DISTRICT SULPHUR /SPRINGS JUDGE BEAVERS WANTS BETTER ROAD FOR CONGRESS T. M. Hartman, general sales From Trmin Rann.. .er,°f tfl® kindale Canning Sulphur Springs business men The following item concern roup Manner Co., Lindale, Teocas, had a dis- have awakened to the fact tha' Ing Judge J. H. Beavers' an- Judge I). R. Pendleton, Smith play of his company's products *heir town is losing a big lot c nouncement for congress ap School 'v&daLm^p!l ^°°„re ,and cfandly of i'i-^Hant county's present efficient coun at the Pure F^od Show* whito ...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWM APT'I'. 3. IM4' w § -DAY That's -what Millions of women havcdone with CALUMET ssifi ■**«« row*** being unifornj and dependable it never epooe nny^j£°ueU dr6diw^ up®1* on bakeday u> BEST BY TEST *"°T «0I BY A '""J CUroffl v tmimti U 1 aaaasr J&tef 2i times as-much as Mar of any otherbrand BetterThanPills For Liver Ills. fDTonlght 111 to ton* and etrangthen tho organ* ■IT of dlgaation and elimination, Improvo appatita, •top alah heedachae, raliova bll- ' constipation, plaaaantly, loueneae, aorroot oont Tomorrow Alright Ctot a 25c. Box Cleopatra Not a Vamp/ Was Modal Houtewife PTe.vptlnn woni^n* roetuinea In the daya "t King Tur-Ankh-Anien nrtual ly rraetnbled "W-flttln* nightgowne" mure than nu> (1 >i*k elee, and their famous "vnn.pa" were onthlng more than witHel liotuewivee, Arilrnr Welf- nit. formerly Inapertor central of ReypMnn antiquities, mid nn nwlleuce In Minneapolis the other flay, saya the Mlnneepolla Journal. Welcnll h uh wliii Hownrd Car...

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

VINNSnORO WKftRLY NEW APR!' 3, 1924. SOME KNOCKOUT PRICES For a short time on High-Clase, Guaran- teed Farm Implements. 1 Would mention our— fcPF 10-inch Steel Plow for $18.00 12-inch Steel Plow for 21.00 ~ 14-inch Middle Breaker, either chilled or ~ I* steel for $18.00 - - Walking Cultivators thatfnever failed to ft Ipleasea customer for $35.00. - % j We sell Walking Planters, $15 to $27.50, Riding Planters $50 and Section'Harrow for $20. In fact we have a most com- pete line Jof merchandise with big bar- gains in the various departments. jGreat [LoadsJof^ Dry^ Goods Now Arriving Campbell's Big Five \TS BACK OF THE MAN WHO WINS? iFor the past twenty years we. |ve observed that the young tyi or woman who wins are, [variably, the ones who are fortified by a thorough |8iness training. It matters ft what vocation they choose, |e real foundation and secret I their success is based upon ■thorough knowledge of the pdamentals of business. I* hijfh school training is fact, means much. lok,U...

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

If i . p ; < Iff <* !i| I iu fcd 1; WTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 3, 1924. Thru Our Chain Store Buying Power and the (^Operation of the Fannie Thorntmj Dress Co., We Offer for Sale, Commencing f riday, April 4, 15^4. 300 High-Grade Wash Frocks at Exceptionally Low Prices Every Woman WilI Want Several of These Attractive Fannie Thornton Dresses i This is a sale of Quality House Dresses that should at- tract every woman in YVinnsboro, the values are excep- tional for the quality and style. They are fashioned of the choicest ginghams and percal- es in a wonderful variety of the most adorable patterns imaginable, made with infinite care as to every detail of workmanship. Those widely popular Fannie Thornton apron dresses that find such an important place in every woman s wardrobe—The ideal home and neighborhood (|,.ess so easy to get into, so comfortable, attractive and well fitting. The 14 Styles Illustrated Here Prove the Superority of Fannie Thornton Dresses! For a visit to your ...

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

c <VINNBBQRQ WKKLT W1WB APMI, 8, lfU. N MARTIN irU/CI CO ^'ne ^ePa'"n8 Clocks and Optical IflF^ll I II ■ ^ w t WW £ Lit n Goods.'j All Work Guaranteed. MONEY L money you have buried in some out- CtHE-WAY place—it's a temptation to others— L A MENACE TO YOU. It's so easy to spend L you have it so close at hand. It's easy goin« J when started it's gone. Why not bank your mon- [at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK? You can get [whenever you want it, but you won't spend it when i do not want to do so. Ivan Rountree was here from Mineola this week. Joo Garrett of Quitman sj.ent Sunday in the city. {U,(i Mrs- W. S. Dabney 5 T?1!)16 * Mon(,ay morning tor Dallas to spend the week. Our sale price of hosiery is ■ selling hundreds of pair.—The j Enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Kelly vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Steed in Mineola several days last ! week. *f. 'tM 1BST NATIONAL BANK IUH8B0R0,® TEXAS L. K. Seay, candidate fov I county clerk of Franklin county, I was in the city Monday. ( The story that s...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY HEW* APKtT, X iw4- LITTLE ADS DAYS OF DIZZINESS ■" — Worms, Chapped Face, Poison Oak, '''OR SALE—Baby chicks and Sunburns, Old Sores or Sores on Chil- i Hitching CggS guaranteed fer- dren. It relieves *11 forms of Sore Feet, ile. Place order now for A|> For sal* by il and May delivery. Ilea- rror that itchino Use Blue Star Remedy for Ecsema, Itch, Tetter or Cracked Hands, Ring Comes to Hundreds of Winns- boro People. JOHN D FOWLER. A. TOI\ IC y laying S. C. White Leghorn.-*, tandard bred. Healthy flock drove's Tasteless chill I'onli rest<> «s vinter laying strain. See my Energy and vitality by urif> hk e d >irds nt R04 North Main street, r phone 29 from 7 to 9 p. m. f. B. Parker. Enriching the Blood. When yo. ieel its Htrt-ntftheiilntt, invigorating effect, see how it brings color to the cheeks and how it im))ruvM the appetite, you will then ' OANS—T/Onns made on good "ppreriaie its true tonic value. fcurity, eather personal, mort- '-rove's Tasteless ...

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

leal and Phosphate Fertilizers T„i; 1JKST IN THE W0K1J : 1 and Acid Phosphate Uase. C ; SOi- •ogen: (' >iIon .n-cd Meal, Sulphate i ite of Sodu. !-s ■ ciaH'y for I tic nat i in L 10, M. .,- t .mmore. MI'Al. j'.-iu TWO PJI OS,'I I ATE r jj j" i v | ,■ I j. vL< i |(i ii 1.1 i\JS- m; ffili1 i: 1 l'i'^ hts :ass ynsboro Cotton Oi! Company v • i •' • . j • , , m . « * ,, : i 1 * WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AP^IL 3, m* 1 L_ '...J fertilizer works TEXAS i I Kickshaw It Substitute for Taxicab in Durban Durban la „ pimsunt town. much In niiinuier by pleasure r* from .t(iliiinn<*Mliurg, says O II Mntketixle In ,|ip World Traveler . inn/.,lie. The principal streets are '•' tm unil wlcli.. They were planned *Mi n twelve or sixteen oxen were ••ver.\ wliere used for transport and the *tr. <■(« imd to he wide enough to allow f Hie teams turning around. Now, of course, there ore excellent electric cars and private motors muy li" hired for Journeys out of the tow n, hut tuxlcnhs, as we linow th...

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

. . WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 3, 1*24. Shipments of Silks, Dresses and Millinery Just Opened Special Prices in Accord With Our Green Tag Sale Be Sure To Trade Early Saturday and Avoid the After- noon Crowds OUR FEATURE PRICE WILL BE $3.50 and $4.00 trimmed hats for $2.85 $5.00 and $5.75 trimmeds hats for $3.95 Extra special, $6.75 and $7.50 pattern hats for $6.95 Most extraordinary $10.50 Lady Frances, Paige and other exceptional patterns, Ready-to-Wear Silk dresses aold regularly for $16.75, our price $13.75 $18.75 to $20.00 dresses at $16.75 $22.50 and $24.50 dresses at. .. $18.75 $29.50 hotter dresses for $22.50 $33.00 and $35.00 dresses for .....$25.00 New spring suits, capes and coat* at our usual low prices. We feature ladies ap- parel. Here you are fitted perfectly and It Is A Pleasure To Please for only — ——$7.95 $12.50 leading patterns for $8.75 Childrens hats $1.45, $1.95 and. $2.95 We are glad to sell you shapes, trimmings and ribbons at very reasonable prices. Two effi...

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

'/ 0 km*+" . V WHiwsbora MJer hla Sfftos. ^ >-N0. 28 rA FB MA^ TAKK OVKK L. R. & N. and ■Story heir i do „rts that had their foun- D. SEAT Our entire community is rWeved to learn of the death of Pallas and Ft. Worth Mr. L. 1). Seat which occurred the Santa Fe at the home of hi* aunt, Mrs. w IN N WRQt yOOP COUNT Y, TEXAS. SPRAYING FRUIT TREES APRIL 10, 1924. TO SAVE THE SonT^ TwtTOAV* APKII „!IAVMAN EVANGELIST 1 Y' AIKIL 14 CONDUCTS BIO MEE ' I oi the past few years we have been bothered with The next trades $1.25 PER YEAR — sm ('has. Robinson's Demonstration Thursday afternoon. April 8, Judge Frank Morris, general'in response to an invitation to the k'lflv K" ' 1 * (/bll) 10J7I, Southwest Sunday and and had he lived another month / jhe would have been thirty-three I'action is not improbable! years old. His parents moved minted out l y local rail-'to Winnsboro when he whs only who look upon such [three years of age, and practi- men, [angle,? j |RY B.I worm.lheld in Winnsbon, w...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS A PR Hi 10. 19-j- 1 * in The Whole Countryside is Trooping Here! Old customers and new are taking advantage of this astounding sale. And still there are hundreds of exceptional values—fresh clean merchandise marked down for this sale. You are invited to visit us during our Blue Pencil Sale. See our large illustrated cir- cular for further particulars. Sale starts Saturday, April 12th, and lasts ten days. P. P. MARTIN NOVELTY STORE H (Qa \gai*\± BLUt PENCIL SALt Meal and Phosphate Fertilizers THE BEST IN THE WORLD Prime Cotton Seed Meal and Acid Phosphate Ba 'l'h ret sources of Nitrogen: Cotton Seed Meal, Sulnhi* ' of Ammonia, and Nitrate of Soda. No Filler Used. Made in different analyses specially for Northewl Texas soils and crops. Use the best, they cost no more. We also make ONE MEAL and TWO PHOSPHATE FKUTILIZKIt and HALF MEAL and IIALF I'HOS-'■ PI I ATE FERTILIZER. Pittsburg Cotton Oil Company FERTILIZER WORKS I'lTTSBUKU TEXA8 -FOR SALE- ! CASSEL BROTHERS ...

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

JVINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 10, 1924. te 'PHATE I'iios-! eet pott Daingeij re sold j er at Dainjrerfl ison, sin igs, i'l Tu« Is les ly yean f r, a w«l >Jewburf,I lily r«r«-| llVaugktJ I UMftl Is*. <out I Istion, I eadachM | ret wit 1 |il have k ! ny wort, | bstd 161 ■ago nr "v«r and pe tried but I better doctor, 1 Black- liver.' try it Minn i. [d and the be* IraujrW wai in |t to* I Sold exaco Gasoline I ROOSEVELT UNOER I FIRE FOR SFNDINO I KINES TO TEAPOT T~VVI Ith NP MOTOR OIL SOLD EVERYWHERE niF FObbOWINC DKALFKS SELL 1 01.INK KXCLIJHIVIG- our <;aso- [)rm?b.v & Jackson S. steed - \V. Tinney ——— black & biles I. II. Sorjre - Ln Daniels ^ - p rue Ll>r. Co. . Connor Campbell Lumber Co. F. Taylor - Collins Service Station - _ T. Knight — Winnsboro - Winnsboro Webster Oak Grove — East Point Little Hope Peach Winnsboro - Pleasant Grove Como Scroggins \ny of the above dealers will appreciate your business HE TEXAS CO. IORACE MARTIN, Local Agt. LUMBER r-*i We carry on...

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

|W. pa P i SB I <; f! jiff If f W::> I i WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APH1I> 10. 1924: Five Hundred Home People Endorse W. A. Nabors for Railroad Commissioner square on every moral issue. He Winnsboro, lex., April. 7, 1921. )Je|jeveB jn jaw enforcement and ?' r ciir undersigned home woman's suffrage. However he people of W. A. Nabors, present jf, ^ politician, and he was Railroad Commissioner and can- 8elected f£ the po8iti0n of ra.il- uidate for the wme office in the i>ou(j commiS8ioner which he| next Democratic 1 rimary, be- w htjlfls exclusively because heve it is in the interest of (rood of h|g peculiar qualifications government to lay before the therefor He ha8 been engag- people of this state his life, e(1 manv years 8t)lving transpor- character and standing in this, utj p,.obiems. ins home, community. | As ad(liUolial evidence of his We unhesitatingly endorse iHlsjnes8 honesty and integrity, and commend him to every vot- ,j Richardson, a farmer and er as being in private...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW APRIL 1®, 1W4. AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods.! All Work Guaranteed. OFFICIAL HTATK.MKNT The First National Bank WINNSBORO, TKXA8 A« the Clow* of RurImu Mnrcli 81, IH'24, iim Kcnderr rl to the Comptroller of the Currency SUNDAY SCHOOL! ' CLASS MEETING lii RESOURCES „ Discounts $449,987.46 * ?™£anire 58,206.86 Fixtures 11,570.00 !uW LJi .state 2,218.50 fe-p1 Bnnk Stock 6,000.00 WvbleBom]s: - 98,750.00 ^Certificates 50,000.00 hash & Exchange.. 185,851.94 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus & Profits ... Circulation DEPOSITS rotal 129,601.94 $907,559.76 Total The Above Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier $100,000.00 195,528.18 49,200.00 562,836.58 $907,559.76 2: [statement of Ownership Lavement, etc., required by Act of Congress of Angus* 1912, of the Winnsboro eklv News, published week- at Winnsboro, Wood County, pas, for April 1, 1924. That the names and ad- iss of the publisher, editor, IrirU'inp: editor and business Irifl...

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