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

VTMNflRARA WKRVf T NRWS APRIL 24, 1M4. I f mi ill II (I If LAM DR. JACK "Nature's Finest Remedy" is LAUGHTER Hale, Hearty, Wholesome I Open My Office To-Day at the Amusu Theatre. Come One - Come All Let Your Joy Be Unconfined. For Your Health and Happiness see the Laughter Specialist. HAROLDi Lloyd 'At •V Dr. .Jack Five Reels of Laughter FOR YOUR HEALTH, FOR YOUR HAPPINESS, see the comedy that is rocking the world from the North Pole to the South. r«ao« Warning to Patrons! If your heart is wobbly, or you get high blood pres- mik" trorn laughing, kindly consult your family phy- sician after you see Harold Llod, the laughter spec uuiat. Also-" The Weaiciin-*"--Added Comedy Amusu Theatre Winniboro Tc-Day and Friday Afternoon and Night Laughing Hours-1 P. M. to 11 P. M. Each Day ADULTS—25c CHILDREN—10c notice of sale of real estate ¥ Thr w By Constable State of Texas, County of ier ' lu-reas, by virtue of an or- sali! issued out of the District Court of Wood county. Texas, on a judgroen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 May 1924

n 7 it XIV.—NO. jl. IIUC SKKV1CK CO. BI VS MINKOI.A PLANT ^ m1, the u.n.1. of HAMMONV NEWS. so it is time to News is rather U M ! .nonl, r ; —as;"al^'« f do., ot iexus I ubhc . ti vict i am going y, with headquarters uptime. Besides nd 1 don^t "knnw"\vhu( " ®*h,Wtin(f a new shipping' ,—~ I ih'8 office is constantly re-1 ing to write vou thi« ru* i fruits and vegetables.j yont'w,l() ,luM>assed down living what is known as chain-\izes Th . esides several are h ll< i rmw,e wf heavy three-1 Ajain streef Recently has un-!,es8 Payers, written on postal ® News to announce his " ^ ■' * I " 1) V. Wllini'nwvf iP PJl.,... i 11 I ! f ut*rlci uUU n#. ~ 1 I ^ WINNSIK)R(>. WOOD COUNTY TKXAs] MAY ], 1924.' NBW SHIPPING BOX. "ITS YOUR MOVK," HAYS OWNER OF THE CHECKERBOARD STORE nh in ifoms. $1.25 PER YEAR. scarce'wu^ r Wi,kei*t*> «- the Amer- lcan Express Company's office CHAIN LESS PRAYER POSTALS UNMAILABLE JUDGE BEAVERS FOR CONGRESS Ztll.** i- H. Beaver* autho- „ "• 'ivn j bill tX" i'o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 May 1924

B m .> mi III I i ]. I \ , it p *> ■" ■, I, ff < if fli SI m i!t'i 1 , ir / J Emm- WINNSBOHO WKKKI.Y N'B>NS, MAY 1. >02*. ** ■ * « , 16 1 m • MUSIC WEEK IN W1NNSB0R0 a Fostered by the Harmony Club Commencing Monday, May 4th, 1924 Each Program is Free and an Invitation is Extended to Everyone in Winnsboro and Surrounding Towns and Communities to Attend Announcement of Program for National Music Week Efforts in having a Music Week parallel with larger towns and cities and the great success and pleasure of the activity have awakened a very general interest among music loving people, and those with talent and ability to take part in the programs. This is evidenced by the num- ber of out-of-town people who have responded to invitations to "say it with music." The observance of Music Week does much toward bringing about the proper recognition of music in the home and community life. The value of music in education ar:<l morals is becoming more clearly recognized. Music ;...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWH, MAY ■ 1 THE renl reiison fliat hor Harper's georgetta looks jo well is that Is \vn« eleaned by our now Bowser ■ |(i r vn •" - -- — - ■> — ' Clarlfilter, the new machine we've just installed. T wcret of ifs work is tliat It purifies the cleaning fluid H|! dirt and grims instantly—the dirt is taken out of t The of all dirt and itriins instantly—the dirt is taken out of the fluid as f:>;t ris ''washed out of the clothes. It's much the b(->t m.K. hine for dry cleaning—even superior to the very ext client machinery we've always had. It deans cloth- (leaner, better, quicker. For the wine quick collection and delivery ,«"rviee you've ahvay- enjoyed, Chas. Robinson little ads WANTED—Large family pick blackberries, and man work on farm. Will pay top price J. K. Bridges. 82 new Faye 31 FOR SA LE —Practically Hooaier cabinet. Mrs. Shearer. I'OR SALE—A fully equipped t wo forgo electric blower black smith shop.—D. J. Patterson, Winnsboro, Texas. 30 i WANTED—Peas,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 May 1924

Hi' ijlSi m IS [ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 1, t92jL W&m I 1 Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 91.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clan* mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poe toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879 Advertising rates made knowu on application. Published Every Thursday A VISIT THROUGH THE LARGEST BUSINESS TRAIN- ING INSTITUTION IN THE UNITED STATES. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. It is indeed an interesting sight to visit the Tyler Com- mercial College at Tyler, 1 exas, and see the work of its students. As you enter their halls you behold hundreds of tfoung men and women intensely interested in their accounting work. Some having just entered and are, of course, being given the simple rudiments of their work by painstaking and competent in- structors. Others, being farther advanced, are busily engaged in various transaction^ which the different miniature business houses, where wholesale and re- tail merchandising is done, where real e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 May 1924

—1_Tnm^r!wiiNiNSiKJKO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY ] AM MARTIN, JEWELER WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 1, 1924. Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. pay by check only Open a personal checking account and pay all bills by check. An endorsed check is as good as a receipt. Currency carried in the pocket will surely be gpent, and may be lost. Not so if you carry ai check book. It cost nothing and is of great service to you. We wish it was possible to tell you of nil of the big values in Millinery, Ready-to-Wear, Hosiery, Silks, Dry Goods, Nov-' elties and Notions. New displays! at very low prices.—The En-1 terprise, Winnsboro. Enjoy yourself; see the *plen- did pictures now showing; at the Aniusu Theatre. I BOLTS. The largest stock of bolts in town.—Gist & Sons. William Connor of Gilmer spent Sunday and Monday in the city with his (mother, J. I. Connor. Ask your neighbors; most of them will tc*ll you to trade at Proctor's. first national bank WINNSBORO, • • • ■ TEXAS — lUG...

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

I HFJii h • | i w: W' * • fcWji'. ■, i vV lNNSBOHO WBBKLY ——— NKWS, MAY 1, 1924. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By Constable The State of Texas, County ot Wood. Whereas, by virtue of an or- der of sale issued out of the District Court of Wood county, Texas, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1923, in lavoj of V. P. Turner and husband J. F. Turner against 0. W. Cash, N. D. Cash and J. S. Putman, I did on the 9th day of April, A. D. 1924, at 10 o'clock A. M. " levy upon the following describ- ed tract of land, as directed in said order of sale, situated in the County of Wood, State of Texas, and being a part of the Polly Tiere survey, being 50 ac- res of the same, and fully de- scribed by metes and bounds in ^eed by j. S. Putman and wife on the 11th day of October A. D. 1920, conveying said land to G. W. Cash and N. D. Cash and which said deed is herein STRANGE STORY TOLD OF BIRTH OF ROBERT while the sexton was cleaning up and arranging some flower* E...

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

WINNKBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 1, 1921. ARDROBE TRUNKS FOR THE GRADUATE $40 AND *50 TURNER Mercantile Co. Announcements For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) J. 11. HEAVERS. For GRAN!) F'IM/K TO COTTON GROWERS fan All those to entei Representative, 34th Dist. J. li. WOODS For For For I DR. R. E. WRIGHT Ear, Nose and throat (t03 Medical Arts Bldg. Dallas, Texas. [ice at Winnslwro the first and Friday before in month. It phone 114-Day phone IROGER K. CARLOCK Embalmer & Funeral Director. kpt and careful attention ren to this class of work. ; equipped establishment of kind in Winnsboro. i Wilkinson Hdw. & Under- taking Co. Cause drip and Influenza «OMO Ql/IMSE Tablet* rawov* Urnmo Quinlo v" 30c. Then- is nijiv f>ue J MOVE S nijiuitim, uii Uix STOP THAT ITCHING If you suffer from any form ot skin diseaHca, hucIi iih lOc/.cina, Itcli, 'letter, Cracked Hands, Poison Oak, Klugworm, Old Bores and Bores ou Children, Sore Blistered Feet or any other skin dis- eases...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 May 1924

NEWS, MAY 1. 1924. WINNSRORO WEEKLY $ Feature Merchandise at Feature Prices in May We thank you for the big business given us in April. We have plans for even greater business in May. Watch for the new merchandise. Our store is now filled with just that class of merchandise so greatly in demand at this time. We suggest that you note the prices on the follow- ing merchandise for May: Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords and Straps at $1.98, $2.39 and $2.98. Several hundred pair of better Silk Hose at 98c. Other feature Silk Hosiery at $1.69 and $1.98. A large stock of Silks, including Tub Silk, new Taf- feta, Crepes and Canton. Wo are glad to assist in designing. Trimmings that are so much in demand now. New Laces, cream and ecru. Large Buttons and Ribbons. We will dozens of Ladies' and Misses' Hats at May Feature Prices, $1.85, $2.85, $3.85 and $4.85. 'A special ten-cent table of Dry Goods. See our Organdies, Voiles and Crepes. Ginghams, Percales, Shirtings, Bed Ticking, Cotton Goods, Table ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

MHtmtboro UJeeK iji u. xiv—no. a. _ ___ [cAdoo Will Have Maiority of Delegates in State Convention WINNSUORO, WOOD COUNTY TKXA8, MAY 8, mork lights needed. T" 1924. $1.25 PER YEAR. sday's Returns from invention makes ,t «d ^ McAdoo having the majoiity dor8ed delegates ntion. in tlu' state con- • conn- ests who know that they can not u e him for their purposes. Hon. Alvin Owsley was en- as a candidate for vice nomination of McA(V>o in the national convention as long as he has a reasonable chance ofj In plaeing the street lights WenLtrSct°o^in delegates to '"v mT'L TT m"" (the county Convention to vote- ' « locked Soutu Main against all resolutions and ' one of the most against all delegates favoringi liensely populated streets in the town and is also one of the Wood county instiucted for IcAdoo and resolutions practi- ce same as passed J|y we "" ' *n ^ie ijjjiuboro precincit conventions ,re voted. finnsboro Pre- cinct Conventions wkst ward. Pursuant to a call made by hn B. Alvis, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

>VINNSKORO WEEKLY N'BWS, MAY H. 1924. m I i 1 I .. w s r E. II I I. I;: § it« M*' ■'I NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By Constable The State of Texas, County of Wood. Whereas, by virtue of an or- der of sale issued out of the District Court of Wood county, Texas, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1923, in favoi of V. P. Turner and husband J. F. Turner against G. W. Cash, N. D. Cash and J. S. Putman, I did on the 9th day of April, A. D. 1924, at 10 o'clock A. M. levy upon the following describ- ed tract of land, as directed in said order of sale, situated in the County of Wood, State of Texas, and being a part of the Polly Tiere survey, being 50 ac- res of the same, and fully de- scribed by metes and bounds in deed by J. S. Putman and wife on the 11th day of October A. D. 1920, conveying said land to G. W. Cash and N. D. Cash COTTON CLASSING SHORT COURSE THAT SPELLS SUCCESS Men •of all ages are coming to 1. C. C. to take advantage of this high gra...

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

RDROBE BUNKS FOR THE CRADUATE $40 AND *50 TURNER Mercantile Co. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 8, 1924. For SX1*rB, . 3rd District, iViOltflANj {i uAKim/DC! FP5 MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) J. II. BEAVERS. For B'or Itepresintative, 84th Dial.: J. 12. tVCODS DR. R. E. WRIGHT It, Ear, Nose and throat 1703 Medical Arts Bldg. Dallas, Texas. Office at Winnsl)oro the first rday and Friday before in month. ht phone 114--Day phone P1 ROGER K. CARLOCR lensed Emlmlmer & Funeral Director. Impt and careful attention |ven to this class of work. equipped establishment of Itliis kind in Winnsboro. Wilkinson Hdw. & Under- taking Co <ls Cause Grip and Influenza MIVE dROMO QUININE Tubleu, mow Then* In only our "llrotuo Quiuiii.* H r.GROVK S nijnaturo on U>* 30c. STOP TIIAT ITCHING If you suffer from uny form or skin diseases, such as Kczetnn, Itch, Tetter, Cracked Hands, l'oison Oak, ltlugworm. Old Sores and Sores on Children, Soro Tillstered Feet or any other skin dis- eases, we will se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

M —ifft- WINNSDORO WEEKLY NEWS. MAY H. 19: Tailored Dresses of Decided Smartness i Wash Fabrics Of Every Hue in a Wealth of Fine Patterns and Weaves Washable fabrics are by far the most popular and desirable for summer wear and here one will find practically every wanted and worthy weave and color- ing for every purpose, whether it be for street or house dresses, children's dresses, rompers, boys' blouses, men's shirts or in fact any garment where a good serviceable, washable fabric is desired. Come in now and select from these. Voiles 19c to 50c Dotted S\yiss 75c and $1.00 Tissue Ginghams 35c to 65c Organdies 50c to $1.00 Everfast Suiting ... 50c The addition of one of these finely tailored frocks to your summer ward- robe will provide you with a remarkably serviceable diess foi stieet, for sports, for business and insure your being correctly and stylishly clad whenever or wherever you wear it. The models are numerous, the variety of fabrics, colorings and modes of ti imming make t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 8, 1924. AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Children and Money SMYltNA NEWS. Health is luirly good und ev- UUSY Ml SK1ANS. jerybody busy—those who are) Gladys and Luc'hf Brown ^last not work,a,v fishing. Saturday >vcek! w. ft 5 n ci "•— —"Vl; ^wgler of I get to have the meetim/ diirincr Camp Springs, Scurry county, " " '« meeting during I Whenever y u want to open an account—make a temporary or permanent investment—provision for vour family—consult about your estate—or any other matter of a financial character, we want you to feel (entirely free to call at The First National Bank and (talk it °ver vvith us* 0ur "dviee costK you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of money. N \ FIRST NATIONAL WINNSBORO BANK TEXA8 Doses FREE BLAIR'S NO. 7 HERB TONIC. Mrs. Dave Burkett and Mis. I. 3. Kendrick are in Marlin for a few weeks. to your druggist, get bottle of Blair's No. Tonic, take it home, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWS, M.W >. ! I ; I I I I ■ | \ I I I 1 I ■ W.1 Winnsboro's Third Permanent Irades ———jf 2® WILCOX ON MOTOR CO., Fords 1). WILLIAMS, The Dray Man MONDAY. MAY 12 rM^nt.jmuammammimmm vv. W. BUTLER, Gent*' Fur- nishings \W' SCROGGINS - DRl'MMONO LUMBER COMPANY. ARR1NGT0N BROS., Barbers WINNSBORO QUICK FILL, Oil and Gu.s J. 1. CONNOR, Groceries NEW SERVICE STATION, Gas and Oil THE WATKINS STORE ANDERSON GRAIN AND GROCER, Wholesale SANITARY BAKERY WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS GULF REFINING COMPANY, That (>ood Gulf Gasoline GEO. 1). HURDLE, Hardware PROCTOR BROS., Dry Goods and Groceries W. C. DODGEN CO., Dry Goods DAVIS VARIETY STORE CAIN C OTTON and FRUIT CO. PERKINS BROS. Co. Dry Good-. REXALL DRUG STORE The buying public is cordially invited to be in Winnsboro on the above date and participate in the many bargains which are to be offered by Winnsboro merchants. Monday, May 12, merchandise positively will be sold cheaper than any other day during the month of May. Trad...

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

WINNSHORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY H, 1921. Meal and Phosphate Fertilizer no. 510 Special lor Side Applications GUARANTEED analysis , P|,os!)horic Acid 5 per cent. Available i ' • l() per cent Vitrogon L ivlcst >ji'iid« mi: i'd fertilizer ever made. P1' iu .,1' Nitrogen are derived from three sour- keten 1 ..I'.I,, as follows: from C. S. Meal 1 1-2 r"1!.1 vii of Soda 3 1-2 units, and from Sul- int- .. ;> units. Most of the Nitn.gen is life , i"'.i. iiui this fertilizer is apeciaily adap- I'! ' ■ ,,l . "O II • P< v acre on your cotton and corn, r HYia'P CASK (iKOWEUH ATTENTION! 900 ]us: ' ' r our NT°- r,l° per acre- 11 vvi11 ive fondel'fUl ' Manufactured By ^r miRC COTTON OIL CO., FERTILIZER Works ^ Pittsburg, Texas For Sale by CASSEL BROTHERS WINNSHORO, TEXAS. LITTLE ADS FOR SALE Horse and hack, "hone 1 . E. 15. Hrewer. i""- SALE—One electric blank- et Kood as new, cheap. See Mrs. Van Winkle. H)U SALE—Collie pups, ready to d( liver. T). J. Patterson. HHJK-room heuse for rent. See M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 May 1924

tV'INNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAI 8, 1924. *t ; lli I i;. it ■ \m J| ■ | flU Graduation % Time IS HERE The season of all seasons for the school boy or girl is here and that season is graduation. Eleven long years of work in ,the school room has !>een ffiven for the much cherished diploma. Is it not fair that up >11 this special occasion the graduate should be made to feel that the people appreciate his or her efforts. The surest and most pleasing way to show your appreciation is with a gift. Gifts ithat lastaaaaf appreciation with a gift, a bift that lasts. Nothing can be more lasting ror will anything be more ap- preciated than • • Jewelry • • For this sptcial occasion we have filled our shelves with the most pleasing, seasonable and lasting gifts Rings Watches Bags ANI) NUMEROUS OTHER NOVELTIES. ..FOWLER'S.. Watch for our Garden Court Sale. BUY IT IN WINNSBORO 5c Ribbon Sale 5c Three Big Specials For Saturday RIBBONS, FLOWERS ANI) BRASSIERES If you are inteersted in either it wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

7 (At DU XIV.—NO. .'13. itmaboro Dm* ijj wiNNsmRo, WW)]) couNti^.xAsniXTiriH ~ «^\ST5E I ROBERT EMERSO?J WEDS nr. . _ „#* ^ >1^5 PER YEA inuv Uirin Winnok/M>/\ D ra 4)1 |C i If j < u i vii _ ■ 1 1 na* « ROBERT EMERSON weds llir- i inns^oio Lose loneistar state girl Winnsboro Boy to Mt. Vernon New York, April 29.—Robert G. Emerson, formerly or' Haver-1 on Honor Roll TEXAS, MAY 15, 1921. *>l!R TRUCK AND T" ~ a. ' • fruit customers * wenty-eight in Since succeeding Mr. Nal>ors Graduating CiaSS $1.25 PER YEAR. district court convenes monday District court will convene in Quitman next Monday, May 19. Tht hitfii sola 1 basohaU team h Mwifi / and more ' Austin, May 8.-Announce- fjl ^ Th w . ,i , « u , — — . iL. ludf cm me of the sea- A—t.. ' ,„„„4 , .... I-ng tne various commodities 'he Wnyisboro High School following is a list of grand d the petit j week: (•rand Jurors lheM "Vernon h igh deputy *°veinor of the ^deral ' «* of the honor students for now ^themarket T'S S will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

■M WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 15, ltM. FIRE AT QUITMAN MONDAY AFTERNOON > t /mother fire visited Quitman Mouday afternoon, which for a wi.tie seemed destined to wipe out tlLe entire west side of the squru-e. Telephone calls were made to the fire departments at Mineola and Winnsboro, both towns l-esponding at once. Min- eoiJi has a new fire truck with pumper and the timely arrival oi Mune saved all the buildings in the block from the flames except one which was under too great a headway. The WumsboiV) truck developed en- gu.e trouble a few miles from (Quitman and arrived too late to ue of any assistance. 'Llie fire originated in a buil- ding occupied by a barber shop anu tailoring establishment. Thui building was a total loss. i.Vo other buildings suffered bad damage, one of which was ocoupied by the Wood Count> Democrat. Nearly all type was removed from the office and a! oou.siderable amount was pied. Mr. Thomas estimated his dam- ago by water and lvm val t<- l>e .ii>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

FREE FORD OWNERS Let us put safety oil tester on your ear. Wo have secured the exclusive distribution of a limited sup- ply of these testers here. They are Coming We give you this Oil Tester FREE with the purchase of one gallon of any of our oils at regular filling station prices. We give give you this devise to bet- ter acquaint you with us, the quality of our gas and oils, and our service. CALL ON The Quick Fill Station IT MEANS BETTER SERVICE WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 15, 1924. Proceedings of Wood County Democratic Presidential Convention elected: McCrei- The Wood County Democratic lowing delegates dulv Presidential Convention met at Dr. J. L. Wriirht I o the courthouse in Quitman, ght, W. B. Bryant j W Coker rrjft cSnt °rh°Ck P' T u C(M)k™y' Alternate k! o, County Chairman, E. A. A. Bussey, II M iwdv Reeves presiding. Purpose of We find Rock Bill precinct No meeting was stated, and conven-. 5, entitled to three votes in- tion asked to nominate tempo-' strutted for Senator Oscar...

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