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

WINNSBORO ^YNEWS APRIL 10, 1924. ; ■Ha# WINNSBOfiOS TRADES1DA W. C. DOD(iEN CO.. Dry (ioods DAVIS VAHIBTY STORE CAIN COTTON & FRUIT CO. PERKINS BROS. Co. Dry (iouds JOE IVEY, Groceries REX AM* DRUG STORE M. & P. STATE HANK AMI'S!' THEATRE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH MRS. W. E. YVHATLEY, The ladies Shop TIP R. ANDERSON. Hardware H. L. CANNADAY, Gents Fur- nishings BEXLEY & HORNBUCKLE, Market G. A. CAIN, Groceries WRIGHT & VICKERS, Dr> Goods. J. T. MARTIN, Groceries & Feed TURNER (MERCANTILE CO., General Merchandise II. W. GULLY, Produce 0. MARVIN THOMAS, Insur- ance Agency J. J. MARTIN'S CAFE J. W. DICKENS, Barber Shop JNO. D. FOWLER, Drugs W. C. HENDERSON, Jewelry FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Old Reliable P. I . MARTIN, Novelty Shop WILKINSON HARDWARE & UNDERTAKING CO. GENERAL GARAGE THE ENTERPRISE, Dry Goods J. T. GIBSON & CO., Insurance WINNSBORO GRAIN & GRO- CER CO., Wholesale In order that the buying public may become better acquain e w...

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

2'"' ' '** WINNSnOHO WEEKLY NEW APRIL 10, 1924. PRICES or a short time on High Class, Guaran- >ed Farm Implements. Would mention lur— 10-inch Steel Plow for $18.00 12-inch Steel Plow for 21.00 [4-ir.ch Middle Breaker, either chilled cr steel for $18.00 ralking Cultivators that never failed to please a customer for $35.00. 'e sell Walking Planters, $15 to $27.50, tiding Planters $50 and Section Harrow or $20. In fact we have a most com- pete line of merchandise with big bar- gains in the various departments. . ireat Loads of Dry Goods Now Arriving ampbell's Big Five Winnsboro Weekly News and The Dallas ii-Weekly Farm News One Year for $2.00 Simrlrr tnJ Dtmounlaklt Rims US txtrm *295 F O R DETROIT An Exceptional Value! It requires no technical knowledge of automobiles to appre- ciate the outstanding value of the Ford Touring Car. Not only is it the lowest priced five-passenger car on the market, but it is also a car that costs little to operate, little to keep in condition and has ...

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

fVINNSBORO WEEKLY WBWi APRIL 10, 1*24. II: i W I1: llil l i! i ■]! FEATURE PRICES That is increasing our volume daily. Each day we have a special. Come and see. Oar last shipment of the extreme 98c sale. $2.00 silk hose (2 pair to a customer) Grey, French Tan, Brown, Beige, Black. Several hundred pairs sold of our 98c leader. Other hose features at 59c, 98c, $1.49 and $1.98. All the new shads in hosiery. Never! Have We Sold So Many Silk Dresses^ BUY EARLY. Easter only a few days ahead, ses even at $6.65, $8.90 and Canton, Taffetas and Crepe Dresses $18.75, and Dres- $16.7.) $19.7:") Exceptional Satin Canton and the cleverest of exclu- sive models $22.50, $24.50 and $29.50 Special Purchases and Display Made for Easter in Millinery It is surprising the number of hats sold each week from this department. THERE'S A REASON! Quantity sell- ing, better millinery for much lower prices. Feature prices that will increase sales 50 per cent. Doz- ens of Patterns, Trimmed Hats and Shapes arrivin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

'_N0. 29. Hi IS—3 I land! Ion My, I ire t Lis OF LIBRARIES }UT>J.. POPULATION Salvation Army Campaign WlNNBBOROr WOOD 4 big shows at amusu The Salvation Army in start- ing their annual campaign in this couaty the 24th-25th, of "The Go'Getter" The Paramount-Cosmopolitan ['8^ ' This has been tree planting following js complete Observing National Music' iI110 April and we are expect!'ing ev- "Th« Sh°?' whic^1 wi^* Sub*i?Yrrangiig mushS™™- ^""park the wom^^tliba ery citizen of the county to take p.1' l.,e sh/*vn at the Amusu „ SS"l?er- from now nnfct grams for that week. This wili 11on 1 ixrk' th® wo™en 8 ,club* art in this great cause, because l hPatre today and Friday. In Is the time to put ou'. be the third annual music week hftVinK planted a choice lot of the Salvation Army is reaching.p® slo„y> ',ased on the novel by y°ur chrysanthemum plants. for Winnsboro sponsored by the shade and ornamental trtes, And it is our duty to help this ,eter Kyne, T. Roy Barnes, *™ notice all pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

tVINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWH APRIL 17, 1924. * Health Insurance for the Whole Family Without counting th« daily utility of • Chevrolet forgoing back and forth to work, •hopping or taking the children to achool, etc., ita value In aaving doctor's bills, broad- ening your mental horison and keeping the whole family physically fit, amounts to mora than the cost of the car and ita upkeep. It is more of an essential to the modern family than anything else but a home. Chevrolet meets the requirements of the modern fsmily because it is economical to buy and maintain, because of ita excellent appearance and riding comfort, because It can be depended upon, and because It Is so easy to drive that any member of the family SUPERIOR Touring Car '495 f. o. b. Flint, Mich. « use it. Prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan Superior Kuadilar M*S Superior louring $495 ■'Superior Coupe |Mf Superior Sedan |7f5 Superior (iommerdgl Ohaatlt fJfS Superior — MM Utility Kipreift (.haiaU $5St ■ t Kendrick & Browning Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

Ints TS MARSHALL J SHIP MUTINY Tv" Mov,nB, rifllr. in Faoinfl lirioui Charge. |'rp the war I was ft director of IhiikHr , * ""•'"I'0'' ft a Ann ba w '<> finance the i re,,l<rn"" niy directorship I what stock I had during the Interest I had. P* l««t ntock miIT'k "r ln,"rn':"y. ceased Nlh. h!® r,PR Slnc,ft,r Rloir h v*in ,92°- w«r# «oid , Ih. . y 1,"r' N"fne months be R L 8 Wero i«ned. L ,nd "" 1,11 h"slness at that baectlon 8RV0re<> a" my f 1 went Into poll h|l 1,0 b"!,ln*'"" of any 1,2*' *' and have made Crnt 0r ln'"r"°t- nor | hnM ,,'t,IPr Mrs. Boone Jtki olhftr ,.or hBVe eld any oil # e, d , than ,h<>«e mentioned Wh«hl- Period. Our 1 ^e ted In bonds." [u?1J??iipPo,k*J B!ndlt been <i A man- «'d to Ml ChaDm.tlfled by 8 Picture as ■°'k city |„ n',r want«d In New iry, hll * ,r,00.000 mall truck City j/ " "n ■"Psted at Cen ' l%' Brt , woman said to be I children were with ! ^terhn'b xLoo*t*t'- British (,:Hn """-The dlsntan North 8ea fer 8ut,eJ' adrlft ,n >en ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

9K> •MB WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW APRIL 17. 1924. mil ii § I | SAM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and 0p| Goods. All Work Guaranteed^ Announcements Personal Service There is a service that goes with the depoait and it is the nim of the First National Bank to give the best service possible. Business 'man, Professional man, Farmer or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have you a Bank Account? If not, we want yon to start one now—we don't care how small an amount you start with—we want you to make the atart. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0RP TEXAS ffionsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 51.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- er, Septeml>er 24, 1900, at the >o«toffice at Winnsboro, Texas, mder the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known >n application. Published Every Thursday Musses Mina Spearman and Arthur Angle returned Monday from a several days visit in Gil- mer. You Still Have a Chance f to Attend Our Big SALE New goods coming in every da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

Form B—76 fo^oV-ial sJn«nt of the Financial Condition of the Merchf8 & Planters State Bank (if of Texas, at the close of business on the kt Wn-i ,iiiI>1 ish( <i in Tin* Winnslxtro WV klv list 'I ' / printed and published at Winnsboro, State of JjflWS, a 'f, (|ay „f April, 1924. ■ "7 RESOyHCES I n/nuts, personal or collateral - $279,195.03 K • 14,402.24 ,e?'oJs ■ ••• 13,114.34 ends a/'VTte . 87,249.94 fe^Jrixtunw 7,000.00 funiiti" 7 |jjinks and Bankers, and cash on hand 50,733.22 B6 ♦in kositors' Guaranty Fund 5,502,91 P rJeoositore' Guaranty Fund 8,078.66 rtrXi i R'"s "f Exchange 4,312.HO Iccepti'f'f 952.95 foher lit "r •ToJ . — $410,641.92 LIABILITIES nitnl Sfck P '(l 'n * $ 30,000.00 ElL 30,000.00 ^ ^ivide# Profits, net -- 3,486.62 ^♦,1 Hnks «nd Bankers, subject to check, net 1,101.76 fen? Deposits, subject to check 253,091.25 ESificaies of Deposit ........ 2,866.85 W Checks 500.00 ■Amiable n'id Rediscounts , 23.659.:M I'Vl'mtv 58,788.10 feb deposited 7,550.00 fotal — $1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

LTNIWS AP*fl. IT. 1W. ! ;i! - r ilf I mfi; ill Iff' ii \k 1 I 1 M 1:1 Hi;. %* if iff 1 \ . \ i \ 4 ][] if i* /.* ■ • I I AH A DOCTOR I told you last week that 1 had "Nature's Finest Remedy." Yesterday one of Winnsboro's mo6t prominent cit- izens who has investigated my claims says. "IT WILL CURE THE SICK. THE NEAR SICK AND THE HEALTHY." I have been flooded with letter already, and my office isn't even open. W1NNSD0R0 HAS MET MY CHALLENCE. Now if 1 don't make this town happier and hap- pier I agree to let any jm up of citizens run me out of town, Doctors preferred. Office Opens On Thursday. April 24, at 1 P. M. in the Masonic Building. Write for appointments. Lee .Union-alls Work and Play Clothing Union Made I They wear longer jThey give greater comfort ! They are more convenient !They are tailored to fit | Thev are more economical % - u.n Young Women I Charter No. 5674 R«e.nu*ji ? p To You Report of the Condition of tDUtrict j W* ition. ,ine^s love the higher things] tter days if yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

Worlitzer Orchestral 1'lpe Organ Music MUSI) THEATRE Clean, Moral, Educational, Entertaining ATTEND THE AFTERNOON SHOWS TO-DAY and FRIDAY ,ove Among the Ledgers „ The Co'Cettet . A Cosmopolifan Production j" Ct Cfammount Qkiurv Wm L <^3 umHmi T. ROY BARNES, SEENA OWEN and all-star cast From the famous story by Peter B. Kyne. [ild on to your check-books, gents—this lad can sell m!t- bs to tlie Zulus. 's the original rip-snorting go-getter. wher. he tries to sell himself to a beautiful girl— es he go get her? Come and see him work! ' Also—"SCHOOL PALS"—Comedy )ULTS—25c CHILDREN—10c SATURDAY Lns! Cowboys! Fast Ridin'l —A GREAT WESTERN— The Western Musketeer With r-eo Maloney and Big Star Cast Also—"FIGHTING BLOOD"—Round 11 MJLTS—2.r>c CHILDREN—10c Hi MONDAY & TUESDAY TUB ;; RING CIRCUS OF PICTURES! I''' p \ jutajMiV iSlUliiillliilii llkMlllllki'hMii/////;// lf«f t LASKY PRESCNTS 1 A Jcinics Cruze Production HOllYWOOD' Cecil B. DeMille Thomas Meighan Agnes Ay res Beatrice Joy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

I ■; i ' General makes all types of Balloon Tires and therefore is not prejudiced in ''^r of a"y one type." Its statements are based upon the longest experience in low-pressure construction f 1 f Only O&neral gives you this choice of 3 ways W />. air nrASHUfO These illustrations show the 3 ways of eqitipp*n& tfie ftame car 'of 'otv a P I m Pot exempte, a Stude- baker Spetit] Sii Sedan mould uh thii t.M Bal- loon. bn t would n rtl.< i- tate a change ol mfinfi mnd rim a. An air prut- aura of only 73 pounds it required lor thil equipment. The General BALLOON REQUIRING SPECIAL WHEELS The Studebaket can be equipped with thi, 34 lift Balloon without changing wheel* or rime. Com- pared with the6 10 Bal- loon, the difference in croit - section it only 43IIOO of an inch-~hss than 1} inch Bequiree air pressure of JW pounds "The Mm. Studebakei . low - preesutt adtantatee in , l«r lit. oa/tf w<£u uM h/i proaiurs cord. "■ pr—Mure 43 pound9/ BALLOON TO FIT PRESENT WHEELS « The Ge...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

W1NNSB0R0 Wliimf v viw APRIL 17. 1924. regulate the mark i 4ltwi will 10 Dr#w i Mi* proportionately «• f|h«lr NNMX*I" ?**•* at u_Tbe report of the first com- j experts under Brigadier 'l cb rle« 0 '>*weB' wh,ch la illy Teed u,,<in by the 0IperU' . ^ working out of some de-1 Kfld the drawing "P °l the texl> Jrequlre another week, la baaed |m« fundamental findings. Terrain people must pay as In taxes an aw of the people L allied countries. Oermany [m the maximum of her ca- I In reparations. The economic fene must be free to function To«rmaii control, unhindered by Interference from tile outside. Ilnium Mitn must be paid at once | tbi Immediate future on repar- tliese to be Increased In pro- . t0 the revival of Oennaoy'a Lrlty and according to her eco- condltlon. Border to put fJermany In a po- ; to carry out her part of the -an, which the report will su*- |(0 the reparations commission, 1« basis of these general prln- k the experts propose to set up Iternatlonal bank, to have...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 April 1924

APRIL IT. 1W4. mi mt ill* pr El J Lv • * \ \f\) \ \ w/ 5 i • r \ x \ \ t ';a®*sr\ s J*""•.,, w \\ v /- / / / £ ■v>v :/, -4%: wr "r5 ^ e. -*#*- "X j • \ I r • •%} Easter Selling ">> With Special Showing of Ladies Apparel, Newest^Silks, and Thos^Things That]DeTight the Feminine Eye"|for Spring Wear. IfSB 91 Mi 91 Wi Easter bids all the World be young, for Spring is here! Fashion makes it a colorful season and! brings-^ forth the most appreciative of garments, millinery, materials and accessories. -<*• We have made a special buying trip to secure the very things that are so greatly in demand at this time, and, especially, that class of merchandise that you can depend upon as authentic even for surotnerffroontiis, as well as immediate wear. ■'&¥_ This Special Easter Selling Campaign and display begins Apriljl7th and continues to May 1st. 1 Unusual efforts will be put forth to secure the latest merchandise at extremely low prices for the remaining selling days of this mon...

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

Pitmstora UJeckitj —NO. 30. " " 1 — ■JNNaPORO, WOOD COUNTY, TWXAB. HARMONY NEWS ( Sanders and the Constitution Paul Keneau of Cypress spent 1<10m Terre11 Transcript. (tltvluv niirl<4 ii*i4l. 4-1 !i — [IV.—NO. IKO defeats gOLPHl'K SPRINGS l,i; .„a|y ro High school Saturday night with Vhe~ writer! .... .. team won the first A fine baby l>oy is stopping sent it?vV SfVd®?,,i rePre J the 8eas,)" F,iday w,th Mr- mA Mrs- Allen ^!l! ! -district in Con- L defeated the Sulphur since last week. fhVli school it am. 1 he Mips Sallie (iatlcn of rtartod off rather loose forest is visiting her cousin APRIL 24, 1924. for iw,l errors n' '.('tinted the first of the settled down Ires in oth teams Mrs. Flora sent. Mr L SAYS GOVERNOR NEPF TO THE FRUIT AND MAKING MISTAKE TRUCK GROWERS J.?le interview was The season is now on when Pine ited States Treasury On viJm Governor Neff is making « handled can say that we have ■* *«. £x? iss?- sssjSh. £•* *"*,airiy wen - and strife now in party in Texas. t...

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

tVINNSBORO WEEKLY NBWH AFHII. 1921 1 iM-K • i I < i 11 \ m "Divine Sarah" Received Over Thousand Propoialt "isn't this lovely? You remember how dull it looJcedf" "Yea. and if that* i a sample of their wore, all my suits and dresses go there from now on!" ' I AHE reason we do such unusually ■* excellent work — that's even better than that we've done before— is because we now use the new Bowser Clarifilter. This is a machine which immediatelv frees the cleans- ing fluid of every bit of grime and dirt just as fast as it is washed out of the clothes. For the same quick collection and delivery service that we've always given our customers, Chas. Robinson Qg Ruggedness HL SCOTTS ESlEMULSION 45™ Builds it ! No Worms in a healthy Child AJI children troubled with Worms have nn un- i'calthy color, width inilicntto iioor lluotl, anil a a .ile, tlirro Is more or less stomach ilisturhauce. UOVL'S TASTLLISSchill TUNIC I'.ivcn rritularly •it two or three weeks wtli enrich tho blood, lm rove tho...

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

lumber We carry one of the most com- Me stocks of Lumber in North- Lt Texas and can fill your bill 11 the way through, no matter whether you intend building a tarn or a fine residence. See us [nd our stock before you buy any- ,jng in the Lumber line. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. ;; urn* WINNSBORO WEEKLY: Spain', Gift to Britain Hpnln Iiiim recently made Kiiglnnd a M ,rh. "f H,p *!in i T '* whlel' ' to. Arnprl--n Hnd the gift recall* rs ,glie" various tlmeH by one < oiiiitry ti> miotlier l.iorylnidj („!„ hcuM „f t)le f, i ..".M t.v mIhtue In New Vork presented t« America by 18H-I. * Home yonrs mro ttie French B„Vern meiiprinted u Sevres vane to "'uxeiini. It |„ „ i,,))Knifl<fat specimen mm.I very volimhle. Ancient weapons, SUcli us K„n«, •words mnd mii „n, nrv f„|r|y- 'ii. . ,",m, °"' ("""n,r-v «' another. J lint which |M known u* "Queen Kllr.n- letl.M pocket pistol" was „ K|f, 'Ireai Itrltiiln from tin It was cam as London Tlt-Blts TIIIM wim Prance In water* of an ancleni l...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 24, SAM MARTOWQiR Fine Repairing, Clocks and 0, Goods. All Work Guaranty It Takes Money To Make Money So when you go forth to invest your hard-earned and "hard-saved" dollars you naturally are eager that they should earn as much intrest for you as possible with- out your taking any unnecessary risks. Before you let go of a dollar for investment come to this Bank for timely and valuable advice. Our long experience in banking enables us to more quickly discern a good investment and we are always pleased to help our friends in any way we can. FIRST; NATIONAL BANK METHODIST CHUKCH Hutchins, Tex., April 21, 1924. |To The News: I am here in a revival meet ling, but will be in my pulpit Sunday at both hours. We are having one of the "Dr. AT THE AMUSU Jack" Furnishes Everlast- ing Laughter Harold Lloyd has again prov-| on that he Is the most consis-j tent funmaker on the screen b.v his latest Pathe five-reel comedy; "'Dr. Jack" showing today and| . ukAIK WINNSBOR...

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

rtWNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWB APRIL 24, 1924. Still, W orkingiHard Toll du Nord and guaranteed 32 inch ,15c.—Proctors. Kalburine gingham The street paving on |East Elm St., (has inarnpere^ou^^ervice station business a great deal but we want to inform our custom- that wefcan>till serve you. We Btill liave an opening on the side street and have constructed a bridge over the concrete work on Elm St We want our customers to know that we will appreciate their business and that we will make it as convenient as possible for them to get in and out. As soon asthe paving is completed we will be better able to serve our customers. Winnsboro Quick Fill Stat n >e Union-alls Work and Play Clothing Union Made BY WEAR LONGER. EY (JIVE GREATER COM- FORT. i IEY ARE IENT. MORE CONVEN- HEY FIT. ARE TAILORED TO i BY ARE ICAL. MORE ECONOM' EY ARE BUILT OF BEST MATERIALS OBTAINABLE. IEY ARE MADE BY THE LARGEST MANUFACTUR- ED OF WORK AND PLAY GARMENTS IN THE WORM). \ Winnsboro Weekly News Homtr R. Weir, Edit...

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

'V ' i mMk liflH ill JI M i Iff * ii • WINN8B0R0WEB1 jY N tWS APRIL 24, 1924. fe 1 GP OUT OF THE GLOOM Many a Gloomy Countenance in Winnsboro Now Lightens With Happiness A bud back makes you gloomy Can't be happy with contin- ual backache. The aches and ]>ains of a bad back Are frequently due to weak kidneys. Doan's Pills are recommended for weak kidneys. So Winnsboro citizens testify. Ask your neighbor! Mrs. E. B. James, Myrtle St., Winnsboro, says: "Doan's Pills are oertainly a good kidney rem- edy. They helped me wonder- fully. My kidneys were out of order and I suffered with con- stant backaches so I could hard- ly get my housework done. The action of my kidneys was irreg ular. I read of Doan's Pills and used them. They soon put my kidneys in good order and the backaches left." 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil- bum Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y, To Cur* • Cold la Owe Day Osag« Indian Tallest o/ Tribes of North America Missouri, unlike ninny other States, never had a largo number o...

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

mice." vetmM 8(1," wu| on. "Ii ere tbe;| to tiktf led lip tO| M, in' I win1| Irs yet i Is cheit- Ital until tl run |pn dd leible nrpl«*J iincli," 1 old well I ,uncements 3rd District, ORGAN G. SANDERS flection) 84th Di«t.i 5. WOODS fcSfflh District ■n vauken ' p pendle'ion unty Juty* rfr V, pUCKEfT te-electio") jounty Clerk j, McLEOD Re-electon) L„tv Attorney: , G.RUSSELL J^DENTON. fAEL(EZRA) CARTER I C. (HENIt V) DOUGLAS Jountv Treasurer onrobekts « Collector, , J. McCHAJiY ' election) ountv Assessor ' U. SHIREY Aunty Supt. of Instruction It WHITE 1 u. SEARCY ■Vimmissioncr, Precinct 4 k A. RICHBURG I B. HAWKINS justice of Peace, Prect. 4 IE. SEAY *ublic Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro E. FOLMER !. N. (Ellis) IIROWN W. (Whit) ATTAWAY County Announcements j News is authorized to ince the following as can- s for Franklin County of- subject to action of the ■atic primary in July, lountv Clerk Lewis seay NEWT FLETCHER W. MIDDLETON tax Assessor, i. 0. DOUGLASS IMuch of Your Brain Power Ar...

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