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

WINNSBORO WKfKLY NEWS, JUNE . i irf ; - i i I I i if $> AMUSU THEATRE Always 20 Degrees Cooler TO-DAY AND FRIDAY 7Ke Claw *: (7 ffimrtrmnfffktHrr The Tiger's Claw will grip you, too—just as securely as it did the hero in this tense thriller of the Far East. Also—"THREE CHEERS"—Comedy ADULTS—26c CHILDREN—10c SATURDAY A GREAT ROMANCE OF THE WEST CHARLES "BUCK" JONES Senior Epworth League June 8th, 7 p. m. Subject—"What Conversion Means." Leader—Grace Gist. Song. Acts 2:1-4; Matt. 18:3— Leader. Repentance, Matt. 3:2-8— Pauline Craddock. Confession of Sin—I John 1: 8-9—Durward Dodgen. Obedience, John 14:21-23— Marie Williams. The meaning of Life Eternal —John 17:8—-Mildred Cassel. , Wrong Idea of Convenience —Albertine Berry. What does it mean to be a Christian—Mae Chaddick. What is Conversion—Esther Uuth Shirey. Why one should be converted —Keith Smith. League Benediction. Junior League Program -in— ii NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD" Lots of wild riding and straight shooting! Let's Go! Also—A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

7^ d i A/H/, HHttnoboro Wtckljj <£«•&*. l-ol. xiv —n0' 37' winnsboro, wood coun1y, tkxas. iitn.it i? .001 . Acuity Year 1924-25 Winnsboro Public Schools rhe following teachers have University of Texas, und will !n elected for the Winnsboro take her A. B. degree from nblic School for the sholas- that institution in July. We year 1924-25. jare indeed fortunate to secuie Ward School !her services " launching the /- sw'!?,eW mdepartment of Commerce, jiiss Zonie Gaidner, rirst Mr. T. R. Moss takes his A. B. (rimary- ... ' Degree from N. E. T. T. Col- Miss Mabel Richburg, sec- |ege this summer. tfe has had primary. jitwo years of successful expe- ls H. W. Gully, second rience in teaching. Mr. Moss W1NW8BOBO, wood county, tkxas, JUNE 12, 1924. Andrews Club Shot Wife Lake Officer*. After Quarrel ■ - sr|1 ( At a meeting of directors of Hillsboro, Mo., June 10. Andrews Club Lake held Tues- Herman Oetgen, 52, a Jeffer- day the fallowing officers were 80n county farmer, is in jail electe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

i If I Pi i P 'I' '(!' ■$ 7« U* _ I 1 , i ,i M B i MILLER & DAVIS SERVICE All standard tires have a ninety-day guarantee. By doing this people can buy l>etter tires at a cheaper price. When you buy a tire get one that has a rep- utation—Goodyear, Fisk or Kelly. We give service all the time. RENT A FORD W« have plenty of them. Phones 272, 291, 339. C. C. MILLER J. C. DAVIS ■J i." STOP THAT ITCHING If you Hiiffor from any form or Akin iIIm'Am'm, such us Kraema, Itch, Tetter, Cracked Uands, Polaon Oak. Itlugworm, Old Korea and Sores on Children, Sore Blistered Peet or any other akin dls- euro, we will sell you a Jar of Blue Star Itemedy on a guarantee will not stain your clothing and haa a pleaa&al •<Mtor. JOHN D FOWLER. When Wilson Got Best of Pershing Wison, Like Lincoln, Was Saved By Love of Fun W1NN3B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 12. 1924. HARMONY NEWS GAS ON THE STOMACH Mr. S. Y. Smith is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Garden of Morris Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

El , UWttlTl hndltloni. il' ink i j *i h c |n. arid which i (ucotv I your I 140 tetn. , 0. sr f fv ***Y, rue OUT S ivy he W1NN8BORQ WEEKLY NEW8, JUNE 12, 1924. virht christian church he loyrh his dog ITTLE ADVERTISMENTS U-Thc T'^^han" ™K "ENT-T " 0' three f„r. tut ro"ms- "<> V 'T «tTp. nl!""TJiT'En- it, may Ret same by calling Gir to live in deavors will make a special ef- nffict*. | home for Ijoard and clothes. ^ort ^ «n Bible School at 10 o'clock. I reaching at 11 o'clock. Sub- ject, "What I Found In the Church Book." Christian ; En- ^Suveen home' and <££ ^Tior S 0r in town, pan spectac- party. Address answer to the Under please re- Wlnnsboro W-'-'- " - Atiu-j por salI' - . „iai c n special ei- fort to have all the shutms present at the evening servi- ces at 8 p. m., the pastor will . — -l-«t on North "SALE- 1« acre truck naiSe°™ ■"*"firitaEr«;bo dw"krrr luth«,lr,thr 8-®** • • ^ °r; JflSe -C Atla-! Weekly News. Succe ,ful Church." Everybody is cordially invit- i en to att...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

vVTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 12, 1924. R I ff , I i- * {■ ! : i. r S m r 11 lit ■ It i I,V i'vi 1, 1 |till | m.i i. I' f'j \u Mike Agree to Feed Another Mouth Br HORACE BRIGHT (9, lit*. Wultn NtvipiP*' Uolon ) MOURE, Mn. Flaherty, there be a w cblld crying In the baaemmt. Ten can hear It If yea listen when you he paaalng," aald lira. Grady to little lira. Flaherty, the carpenter's wife. The two women were realdenta la the sane tenement houae la the ctty. lira. Flaberty'a deft Angers kept the later lor of her four looms almost spot- leaa. Rat Michael bad been out of work for six weeks, and cleaallneea was aboat all that Nora Flaherty could aeaaage. She could not provide mora food for the four hungry little mouths. Day by day lllchael tramped the atreata la search of work. And every evening the bread and milk somehow aeemod to go leas far. The children ware growing thin. Rrldget, the old- aat, vms Ave, and the rest followed at liplii gradations down to Phil, the taby af ten months. K ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

WINNBBOBO WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 12, 1924. M MARTIN. JEWELER ;.{'T Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed* STRENGTH .You appreciate the necessity of association with a oldon* bank. The reasons are obpiouH. But in there are not members of your family, among the younger set, who have yet become acquainted with banking methods? . Would it not be well to introduce them to ian account at the First Nat ioiwl Hank? Such a connection will prove ad- vantageous to them in subsequent years and at the present time a bank account will be educa- tional as well as useful. May we talk this ovei with you? 1ST NATIONAL BANK IMSBORO, TEXAS [and Mrs. Paul Fricks Alfred Ray, Mrs. Baird of Texarkana,' R. Baird of Pittsburg Frnnkie Wylie of W were visitors at Mr. Irs, C. V. Weir's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and Mrs. W. H. Stokes are in San Antonit) visiting Mrs. Stokes' brother. Deere mowers and rak- [right prices at Campbell's five. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hur- dle have returned f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

ii'jf M i 7 M ■ f i 111 H „ it it .« S ft: liW.' I' III Hi if, ' * 1 ,Y MTU** Jl'NE 12, 1824, W* Experience All too often women accept their pains and aches as nat- ural to their sex. They fail to realize that weak kidneys are often to blame for that back- ache, those headaches, dizzy spells and that tired, depre&ed feeling. Thousands have found new health and strength by helping the weakened kidneys with Doan's Pills—a stimulant diuretic. This Winnsboro case is one of many: Mrs. J. H. Hill, Cor. N. Main and Pearl sts., says: "I was troubled with a dull, bearing down pain in the small of my back. Mornings my back was lame and sore and the stiff- ness lasted during the day. felt tired out and my kidneys acted too freely. However, one box of Doan's Pills drove away the backache and regulat- edVmy kidneys. .Price 60,c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doun's Pills—the same that Mrs. Hill had. Fos- tetf-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. forthwhik AltractiMS A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

e Built for Better Home* \merica Given to Girl Scouts; u Coolidge Lays Cornerstone WINN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 12, 1924. A TOUCH OF SYMPATHY From Gilmer Mirror Br V ' W more thou n century «*> Lard fayn". at. frtow home w«« on •""« 1 havlnR been 1,1 '• r« lonB tii " 1,1111 thoi'ou^.i- LesirK wrote U>" fjcntma hTomo. flwcft Homo \ . after tht> «« ' « wu" ,/.>n' leral Keilrrutl« 'i of " IClut*. n« a contribution to I Homo* In America, ltud tho hcttif duplicated "< W.iah- jo n to the smallest de- put up junt south o.' the Uf tho fnlte.l Httttes T't'its- lolnlnB the White House Itotir the "Home, Sweet 'house was turned over to fclrl Scouts of Anierir>i. uf iMlloiial "bette r home." The I tin then tttoveil around the White House grounds to | Street and N"W York Avo- Thc picture above shows Ictlvln Coolldt?'', wife of the Bint, lay ins tho cornerstone ceremonies which marked formal presentation of giveft Home" house [Qlrl Scouts, of which Mrs. | nations of I Is honorary ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 June 1924

•" : & .' ; WBBKI'Y NEWS. JUNK 11, lt«4- "X : 11m 1 i'ff aM : " If I : lit v f I11 ?! ■ Hi i • ! i %% 'i m V ■I i' i mac. A MUSI) THEATRE Always 20 Degrees Cooler TO-DAY AND FRIDAY W IJU*M 1>OX YOU CANT GET AWAY WITH If k I^QOVmintUlt MORULA ^ it; IROM A SOdALMAiar A ROWLAND V. LEE Production. Also—"ON THE JOB" -Comedy ADULTS—25c CHILDREN—10c SATURDAY WtUiaml presents in MIII4-MINOTE ROMEO with TONY THE WONDER. HORSE rqpJhi_0un QeglUman'b'y MaxBrand-ftmiW tnL mc"ri«*-n I Also—-CLYDE COOK .in "THE CYCLIST"—Comedy ADULTS— c CHILDREN—10 MONDAY and TUESDAY | • „'V ••vis. N , * It's Rex Beach's greatest story. It's r. 'Thomas Meighan's ft greatest role. And * it's your greatest ertterta i n me n t - < treat. j Qidunt rc Coatee, , ADOLPH ZUKOR. PUStNTt Thomas MeMiaril ^e^DoM1 ALSO COMEDY and PATHE NEWS ADULTS—30c CHILDREN—10c WEDNESDAY The story of a woman who loved once and married twice "Drums of Fate" with Mary Miles Minter A Paramount Picture Abo—"A MONKEY FARM"—Comedy AIHJL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

XIV.—NO. 38. 3C*ta*. 1200,000 WINNHBORO, WOOD COUOT If, TEXAS,' JUNE 19, 1924. Fire at Greenville Sunday mokkis ( hapbl Well" j will send in a little to let the people know *e are havinf? some real weather i" this part of the ite- .i Farmers are getting along v nicely in the way of far- ing Some are well up with work and the others will jn be. Preaching was attended very Sunday. Rev. Andy 'eems brought a great mea- e, but preaching wast post- Sunday night. Mr. George Dickey was visit- ' in the Smyrna community iday. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Gools- vigited A. A. Hanks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Thacket itid Mr. Bill Hearron Sun- [Mr. Drew Harris was in Ore Ity Saturday. Mr. Nathen Morris was vis- pig home folks Sunday. and Mrs. Robert Sham- nrger from Pittsburg spent ay with Mr. and Mrs. Ham. (Aubrey and Cleo Spivey were J the city of Newsome Sunday, nbrey said that is a popular |ty for him. Parker attended the nng convention at East M'nt Sunday. "he revival meeting will be- the second S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

' C ' I i'i I I I ( R f If ;■ | i | H t:fc ?! v' 1 £ 1 IV- 1 1 \ $ ' I • \ tri' • M mammm*~~ , ,0 0 0 u)()uu ummnm onitmIOno ti 11* ^I'lin, Follow The Roads Into Winnsboro Wood County's KIRK'S SOAPS and TALCUM VARIETY GOODS AT VARIETY PRICEES Picture and Diploma Framing a Specialty. We Appreciate Your Business. DAVIS VARIETY STORE Winnsboro, - Texas PULL IN At the curb here any time you're seeking the best to be had in high quality groceries—fresh vegetables and fruits in season or for a supply of choice canned, Iwttled or package goods. You'll always leave com- pletely satisfied. Phone 155 TAYLOR & SON STOP! Here for your cigars, cigarettes and cold drinks. Take with you on your vacation JONTEEL or^" AKMAND TOILET ARTICLES. A supply of S[/- tionery is a necessary resource of a vacation. t / RECALL j)RUG STORE y' Put On Your Brakes and stop at ACKER & SONS STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES QUICK SERVICE 248-Phone-248 DRIVE IN Our front door is always open to motorists any time you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 19, 1924. Cfiorsheim shoe 9, inb shoes, like good com- PAMPERED CHILDREN f [fa J Eany, ar avc—a pleasure to be as- sociated with. One reason why so many men wear Flotshcim Shoes permanently. Tbt RIALTO CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE ALL OUT OF SORTS? Practical Nurse Tells Mrs. N', E. Snow, of Route 11, near I'aris, Tenn., tells the I story ot her experience as follows: I "I am 62 years old and I | hive been a practical nurse I f«r mure than 20 years, tak- ' iif mostly maternity cases. I One ot my daughters suffered [from cramping at . . . She I weald just bend double and I kave to go to bed. mm Ite Woman's Tonic is recommended to her and •he only had to take about two bottles, when she hardly knew that it was . . she •offered so little pain. "My youngest daughter m run-down, weak and wrvoiM. and looked like she jMn t have a bit of blood wt—just a walking skeleton, n appetite and tired all the I (fave her two bottles Caidui. Ft built her So Was This Winnsboro man Who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

h| WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS. JUNE 1 > MM* We've Got It! Puttering about the house these bright, warm days probably finds you folks making repairs. And as you go along, you may run across some piece of Hardware that needs replacing. For that—come here. We've got it! Anything from a caipet tack up to a lawn mower. And at most reasonable prices, in- deed. This weev's specials include: WATER COOLERS, THERMIC JUGS MILK COOLERS ICE CREAM FREEZERS Keg price Special $ .95 set Ice Tea Glasses $ .80 set $1.00 each Preserving Stew- ews, 8 quart $ .85 each $1.00 Percolators $ .89 each $2.00 Rome Nickeled Tea Kettle $1.90 each Gist & Sons BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binford, Pastor I Christian Endeavor We had another high day in Sunday School attendance Sun- j day, and yet we are far below some of our neighboring towns. We are putting on a greater Sunday School program in our church, and the people are man- ifesting fine interest in it. Attendance at preaching ser" vices was reasonably goo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

WINNSBOBQ WEEKLY NEWS, JvNg 19, 1924. JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. STRENGTH You appelate the necessity of association with h 4<ionK bank. The ,eason8 are obpious. But is jheie Hie not members of your family, among the younRer set, who have yet become acquainted rtjth banking methods? Would it not be well to introduce them to ,an account at the First Nat jomtl Hank? Such a connection will prove ad vsntageous to them in subsequent years and at the present time a bank account will be educa- tional as well as useful. May we talk this ovei with you? AssLiTdis? ast'ahsys ir dstrji >e,i to Mrs- c. Mr and Mr« p i m *• * o A.rthur Ewing of Sulphur ? 1 P- J- .Mart,n of Springs was in the city Than-' Bonham have been visiting his dav. j parents, Mr. and Mrs'. J. E. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCar- thy of Ft. Worth spent the week-end with R. J. Turner and family. i Martin. Ladies! Attend the after- noon shows at the Amusu The atre, open fro 1 p. m. to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

1 I I ill I • f I % "f I ' 'V m jj4;, visa Sj '! I I W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NKW8. JUNE 19. ! **■ m o. <* ■SB MILLER & DAVIS SERVICE STATION All standard tires have a ninety-day guarantee. By doing this people can buy better tires at a cheaper price.' When von buy a tire get one that lias a rep- utation—Goodyear, Fisk or Kelly. We give service all the time. RENT A FORD We have plenty of them. Phones 272, 291, 339. C. C. MILLER J. C. DAVIS Knights of (he Ku Klux Klan Tbe Relalioo of Heme (o lilizenihip Announcements For For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election J J. H. BEAVERS. Representative, 34th Dist.: J. B. WOODS MAKE THIS (YOl Jt YEAH GREAT For Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN D. R. PENDLETON For County Judge > H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD (Re-electon) For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL For Sheriff: H. L. DENTON. CARL PUGH R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLA5 E. M. HORTON For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS For Tax Collector, E....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

advertisments Pittsburg and WANTED—Girl to live in checked coat home for board and clothes.1 WIWN8BOHO WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE IB, 1M4. l ittle Benny'* Note Book By Lee Pape I can make my hair move checked cow nuuw iui mwra ana clothes.'. 1 " «Ke my hair move VfflHr *,a . , aI1d also be over fourteen years the top of my inside coat ()f fge- A§S°* home for rigrht ll9d a d this afternoon I went fC. on , 1 party. Address answer to the uround to show Mary Watkins AS PPERI U-turn to Winnsboro Winnsboro Weekly News. get $6*0° ,eward; L-cvOiid :hand or- ^ in good condition reasonable. Apply Gib$m- r°u*e }' or long and 2 shorts. _ Jien or women tc for genuine guar- ^"ery for men. women on account of her never hav- tn. Eliminate darn- nm SALE—Lot on ""North jeft T y. Put^our HSiffU'Z iJ you wunt 10 ,M| D. Garrett. Operate your own -See J. and she'll something funny, thing Im grate. Operate your own Mairazine i., 1 JwePt err,)Und to her Subscription Agency; real pro-1 i, r was 8etting on fits; no i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 June 1924

11 II k ! I I $!■ ■it'. <h ■ x> ■ ;m ■, ' E! _ , / ' El T NBW8, JUNE It, 1W4- HARMONY NEWS J. D.! night,! Sunday' Mrs. Albert Fisher Musician and Personal Worker Rev. Albert C. Fisher i County-Wide Co-operative Revival AT- The Methodist Church Beginning Sunday, July 6th Rev, >Fisher is one of the General Evangelists of the Meth- odist Church, and Winnsboro is fortunate indeed in secur- ing the services of this able and efficient Gospel preacher. Plain Preaching Practically Put. Kioosboro Weekly News ' Homer R. Weir, Miter *<1:26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered a* second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the peatoffice at Winnaboro, Tezaa, ander the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. / VtMlMied Every Thurs'day DOND TAYLOR MARRIED At the bride's home in Abi lene Monday afternoon at 5:00 o'olock. Dono Taylor was mar- rwd <to *Mh s Pearl Annetta Raevea. IPono was reared in WiMMmro and is the son of j W-H-S9" 1 - - « BUY JT IN WINNSBORO SENIO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

imtsbora flJeeklii [ xiv .-NO. '{9- tail Merchants Ass'n Organized in Winnsboro WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 26, 1921. ml III" I II Beavers Speaks |Red Cross Aid to Mineola Voters 91.25 PER YEAR. 1 Judge J. H. Beavers of this a/n*hinirtv r i [fflNNSBORO 1 The merchants and business ®lty' ® ndidate for congress , ces witl 'T ~?or" ,W IS NOT DEAD men of this city held a meet- from this district, spoke to a fe,.ences with vote' n« and c - _ . ing at the Chamber of Com- large crowd at Mineola Thurs- v organizations will be held utreet paving work start- merce Hall last Thursday and day night. Possibly 800 neo- neai' future hV Re* nl weeks ago is nearly organized the Winnsboro Retail Pi0 heard him Ah™,* Cross representatives to fix the, IfjW ween- ^ finish. VInr/>hanta Auu«/.iofw.„ Tk„ 1 C lieHrU mm. AbOUt DUW ■V«. Senat" Sh«PP"!l Spea|.8 Here Saturday, July 12 th June Weddings JOHNSON-MIJNDAY I We are advised that Senator 1 Morris Sheppard will be in I Winnsboro on Saturday ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

*1 M ! i El .■ weKKLY NEWS, JUNEj^lfM. =7E r WINNSBORO AT FOWLERS bights of the In Klux Klan The IIm's Attitude Toward the Law much aready from the bad in- fluence of prominent people, lawyers, doctors, manufactur of the Ku Klux Klan toward* the law of the land is the one great outstanding fact that is commending the Klan to the favorable consideration of fair- minded people throughout the_ 1 his orga\zation has,erg bankers, and social leaders, adopted as !ts platfo m the] 1)oth men an(j ^ , program of safety prescribed ghow a|,M)Iule dlgregard for the by Abraham Lincoln, as f I Prohibition laws, and who eith- s: i er flagrantly violate the laws "Let every American, every themselves, or shield others in lover of liberty, every well- their violation Personal obed This reverence, respect and declined with a stinging I eg ion RCCC1VCS obedience, the Klan contends, to those thus offending, and so & . should be shown in ervery act much unfavorable sentiment DOnUS ulftnkS of every ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

WINNSBORO JUNE 26, IV*. it aa| I m ten g n| compl Fit ! right! right! lip IS| trim-J least| lit. t°| lionedl o u honey I del n H ex- "The Path Across the Hill" A Three Act COMEDY-DRAMA Presented bv Home Talent Players at Pleasant Grove, Texw on July 4th. The play has a good plot and fur- nishes lots of humor. The local players have been quite successful in their play^' and- 'give assurance that this one will far surpass any other. THE £A3T ^ Swnuel Crawford, grandpa Dewey Garrett Robert Past, the visitor Ernest Westmoreland Walter Conrad. Ruth's brother ,J Claude Mullinax |)r. Jimmie Heed Lawrence Smith Salamander Alexander John Henry Jones Fine Taylor Mrs. Dawson, grandma Zuzie Groece Ruth Conrad - ........Lurlene Holly Bobbv Fannie Hairis Floy Troy, Ruth's cousin Lois McWhortor Lutie - - Matteiel Hinson Zuzu. the cook Jack Holly JULY 4th. PLAY STARTS 3:15 ADMISSION 10c & 15c O. SEMI ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS SATURDAY JUNE 28 TEXAS CALMN DOWN FOLLOWING NEFF STATEMENT I "One ...

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