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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

WINNSBORO ,Y NEWS, .JUNE 2€, 1924. DODGEN CO. SEMI ANNUAL U- BEGINS SATURDAY JUNE 28 Solving Your Building Problem It's a Big Task-Let Us Help You llf it rs a new building or just remodeling or repair- ing, we are at your service and ready to supply you with anything you may need. : Lumber & Roofing Sashes & Doors Lumber to meet any specifications can be obtained here. We have the paint to finish the job, too Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. WinDsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered aa second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnaboro, Twtaa, ander the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. Published Every Thursday CHRISTIAN CHURCH JUNIOR LEAGUE PROGRAM into June 29th, 6:30 p. m. Leader—Grace Craddock. Song. Prayer. Roll call—Answered by Bil*- le verses. Story of Joseph Sold Egypt—Louis Rhone. | Reading—Mary Leon Carlock Story—The great ship that saved eight pa pie—Superin- tendent. I Story of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

WINN8B0R0 W1 AM MARTN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. AH Work Guaranteed. Always At Your Service I a CHECK HOOK is indispensable to your business ! Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unneces- ■ jgyy. Serves as a record and receipt of financial [ . ' < I transactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a Checking Account with this Bank to-day. first national IIKNSBORO, bank TEXAS vin Gregory of New Or- Plenty of ice water and fans is in the city. I free at W. C. Dodgen's Semi I Annual Sale. C. V. Weir returned Hoot Gibson and A1 St. John at the Amusu Saturday. Savoy Monday. ["The Trail of the Lonesome Bne." Amusu, Friday, July 4.' Expert hemstitching ten ! cents per yard—thread free. One Dallar Sale. Notice our The Enterprise. Inters.—-The Enterprise. Si R«k Ho8e rf®1!' 680 tol One-half price sale on all Pair.—W. C. Dodgen Co. summer millinery. A large u I tock to select from. This in- tion in Dallas for the summer. Men's cotton pants on sale at |1.19v—W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

1 M} f •; H II K u.r> i 8 I : DODGEN CO. SEMI ANNUAL CLEARA BEGINS SATURDAY JUNE 28 s, Announcements For Congress, 3rd District, :J MORGAN G. SANDERS (Reflection) J. EL BEAVERS. For Representative, 84th Dist.: J. B. WOODS For Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN D. R. PENDLETON •For County Judge ' X 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) DOUGLAf E. M. HORTON For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS ' For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. SHIREY For County Supt. of Instruction D. E. WHITE J. U. SEAKCY MRS. DONIE REES For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG A. B. HAWKINS For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER E. N. (Ellis) BROWN J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— M. M. SHIRLEY. B. F. WEEMS ,v Franklin County Announcements The News is authorized to an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

^UNSBORO I MAN | . ~ Tells Something of Jrtt t° Winnsboro Folks Ws nSnT more con: T * than the statement of, J |~, vou know and have f P in. That's why .hi,; WINN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS, JJUNE M, itt4. Nipped a Plot to Kidnap the Wealthy Girl ■y AUGUSTUS SHERWIN *. 1*14. Wuitrn N.w.p.p,, u«|0 .) dgllCe in. ' l° 1 ,w' w"'«n N.w.p.p,, union , With Mr. Jones of corner, „j va pure gold. aiV. me the . .„d Elm Sts., should be f price of. m,«i Iind you cnn hava tand Elm « —■ — , jt; helpful here in Winns- Br/ce Hulbert regarded the epeaker carelessly. He way of the Pointe to Good Dmm h Wor W Comneili J*™ " th/,,u"d American fa , "dopt#d °ne *0™ w ««• min.i. repraiwqtitlnn. Tin tees of" ri* h"ur''" and Milium I • ' on whir X? L Zl ««v« i« ,"n* ",nc,! t0 pu" Industrial rn, sr.'" °Ut of fh« cloudland fact ,,,H fl*M of n *f"VPr"- who hat observed at first hand the development of Indus- trial democracy, examine, the minutes Jones, and , " was f Ihe genua of ■ number of factor „ n ht. blacksmith, jrat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 June 1924

§;1 County-wide Cooperative REVIVAL -at- Methodist Church Lawn Beginning Sunday July 6 What Others Say About Mr. Fisher Evangelist Albert C. Fisher has been in Alva three weeks and did a work here that was never done Injfore. He is by far the safest and sanest evangelist 1 have ever known. He is fearless but wise, and a thing once said needs no recall. He is courteous, kind, friendly, and above all consecrated to the work of the Kingdom. 1 am sure there is a great blessing in store for any community calling him and co-oper- ating with him.—Rev. J. Finch, Pastor First Baptist Church. Evangelist Albert C. Fisher is a sound and pow- erful preacher of the Word, free from slang and sen- sationalism. He is skillful in the management of a revival compaign, is consecrated and a tireless work- er. His revivals are the kind that abide after the evangel;st is gone.—Rev. D. 15. Cook. Pastor United Brethren Church, Alva, Oklahoma. One of the pieasantest things about working with this party is th...

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

7h™ 1 u, \f itmsboro Meekijj j&etos. ;ormer Wood Co. Citizens Honor W. A. Nabors WINNSBORO, WOOD COUN1Y, TEXAS, JULY 3, 1924. TO DEMOCRATIC VOTERS 1 WINNSBORO^JIRLWEDS STAL EMPLOYEES MEET AT I SULPHUR from Sulphur Springs Echo The HopkimT County Service Loin Council of Postal Em- * met in regular session pay night, with W. P. Lrris presiding. fThe minutes of previous ■tings were read and ap- bved. Short talks were made severnl members. I ne dis- gjyn of road improvement bath interesting and in- active to all present. | It being the regular time for i election of officers, the fol- kvrinj! were elected for the jrt fiscal year: W. P. Harris, Springs, president; R. Cross, Cumb.v, vict-presi- $1.25 PER YEAR. When a farmer boy trying to Oak Lawn Park, in Dallas ! f'""8'.1 ^solved then to do my best in life to better school get an education by attending! The marriage of Miss Annie ! [ sch )ol a few months in winter M*® Andrews, of this city, to ;; Mr. Charels 0. Marsh of IIous- ' ton,...

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

r I* W .C. DODGEN CO. SEMI ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE ^ t f now on Announcements For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) J. H. BEAVERS. For Representative, 34th Dist.: J. B. WOODS 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 PUGII R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLAi E. M. HORTON For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. S1IIREY For County Supt. of Instruction D. E. WHITE J. U. SEARCY MRS. DONIE REES For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG A. B. HAWKINS For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER E. N. (Ellis) BROWN J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— M. M. SHIRLEY. B. F. WEEMS Franklin County Announcements The News is authorized to announce the following as can-1 didates ...

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

c. WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 3, 1924. innsboro JEWELER AT FOWLERS TEXAS Don't Throw Away That Old Tire Brintf Tires and it to the General Garage and have it vulcanized. tubes vulcanized by Steam. GUARANTEED All Work Winnsboro Tire Company Solving Your Building Problem It's a Big Task-Let U« Help You j'f it is a new building or jus^ remodeling or repair- ing, we are at your service and ready to supply you with anything you may need. I Lumber & Roofing Sashes & Doors Lumber to meet any specifications can be obtained here. We have the paint to finish the job, too Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Correspondents MUSGROVE where it was needing water;' Feeling that our little "burg"igettingXX KEd Tnd worthy of mention in our, another consolation, maybe this paper, I will attempt to write.;wind and sand will stop raging the country, playing hav- is I Crops, of will attempt with the exception of lover are oc with the crops, ers were about to MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTION I P"HUNT'S GUARAN...

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

j i. 13 I 11 ■ i . . L ■ •j I: ' . iV I WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS. JULY 3. 19U. Twice as Many Clothes for Summer How easy it is to make stylish becoming frocks with the practical printed McCall pattern. Any one can make a stylish, well fitting dress by simply cutting along the printed lines. And think how you are cut ing the expense of being well dressed— you can have twice the clothes for Summer as you have been accustomed to at the same amount of expose. Make a visit to ur store today—get a McCall Summer Quarterly—it contains all the season's most successful styles. See our wonderful line of Summer materials, and you will go away with a dozen ideas for making stylish Summer eolthes. With the Help of McCall Printed Patterns Each Season the McCall Printed Pattern Grows in Popularity Mc CALL PATTBRNt Paris Styles Need a Perfect Pattern! Paris styles can't be copied with an in- h.curate pattern. All the fine details of their distinctive style are lost. That's why you will want McCall Prin...

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

— —' WINN8B0B0 WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 8, 1024. m&m* •• <*• ('lean- -Moral—Educational—Entertaining giusu mm Mways 20 Decrees Cooler TO DAY AND FRIDAY THE greatest of love thrills ) MaiyKffles "THE TRAJL®H LONESOME PINE'S ANTONIO MORENO > a*h EW«rr tourence ALST JOHN in "FULL SPEED AHEAD"—Comedy BuLTS- ^'c - - " - - - - CHILDREN—10c AHj^AY CARL LAEMMLE Presents J X*\ uK. Si could he made Also—HE'S MY lADlLTS—25c MONDAY and TUESDAY SHK OWED IT ALL TO GRUMPY A mystery roman- ce of young hearts and old heads that has you gasping one minute and laughing the next. Theodore Roberts as \ grouchy Grum- py with the heart of gold. Clwiiuam a;.-;;LLE * ILO O U C T I O N /,,, W ^ tvr, KOOUCTION limp i3yi B "niEODORr r " ' ■ " I.W.VOY . fair Also—COMEDY AND'PATHE NEWS—Added | ADULTS—30c CHILDREN—10c .^fWav , Ti«': ■4■ • i uin ' / ••••• ..ALTEitl Hi EEC i Billings Sp ^ r.ds His Dime* ^"•JAC011 SUNG I.OCAN (J (AfiiHHH.nl S/V Wednesday Jovial, likeable, Walter Hiers taming a revolution, fightin...

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

1 ■"lv, I'-'i ■ E ! I. I i Ml 14: nKI & WRIGLEYS after every meal IM ■•■•h Wclk mm* aMa Algcstlon. • R«IIivm that over- •§>«■ te«Mt and add Its 1-a-a-t-l-a-g flavor aatlallca Ike craving lor •wools. Wrlalojr'a la doable ill Um bonofll oad II pro video, in it* Ptority She flavor las r Now, to rill Tour Ford with Gasoline With • Kirstin Pit- Gage you All your gaa tank without A Gasoline Gauge Too It« risible Ratoline ■aufte ahowa ex- actly how full your ttnlcia. Illuminoua Indicaior-ahinetln the dark. Kirstin Fil-fiay J Oouge end Filler Combined Pitt all Fords. Attached in ten min- utes. GUARANTEED by a $300,000 manufacturer. We carry complete stock. See us today. 19-Day Money Seek Trial The Quick Fill Station MEN We don't have to apolo- gize for the cloth- ing wo sell. —The patterns are right —The Styles are right —The workmanship is right —The linings and trim- mings are right —And last but not least the fits are right. —Yum are entitled to all that is mentioned above when yo...

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

>2.00 rtTNNgBQRQ WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 3, 1924. w. c. DODGEN CO. SEMI ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON ro Weekly News r. Weir, Editor I A"yEAK IN ADVANCE MORGAN SANDERS FORMALLY OPENS CAMPAIGN SATURDAY Becond-claM mat- Lber 24, 1909, at th« iSiWinns^ro, T«JJ. [the act of March 8, 1879. ng rates made known ition. From Lindale News Congressman Morgan G. San- ders delivered the opening speech of his campaign for re- election to coijgress in the , v Third district Saturday after- l", « «• ces and that the bill was pass ed in order to provide more jobs at the expense of the peo- ple. Support Revenue Bill He declared that the new re- venue bill, which he supported, ieduced the taxes on every man arid woman in the country and, while it was not as great METHODIST CHURCH shed Every Thursday fICE TO SUFFERING humanity ^ jn Winnsboro, at iPavis* residence, just in |o( depot, each Sunday af- to examine and treat Jrin? osteopathic adjust- r t. C. Bedwell. Osteo- [ Sulphur Springs, Texas. Our "Home - ...

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

, I ' :• n ^ i";!i I 1 VflNNBBOlO WBKKLY NEW8, JULY 8, 1 1 / I «• > c M KKj^l K 3 ■ i % r \ Attend Qui Semi-Annual Clearance Sale Now on W. C. DODGEN COMPANY Free Doll Contest —on at— PERKINS BROS. COMPANY j« I"' t Keep cool with our Fans— Visit Our Fountain During the Day FOWLERS "If Druggists See It, We Have It" L. L. 'DODGEN Groceries Quick Service - - - Prompt Delivery Phone 90 WILCOXSON MOTOR CO. Ford Cars and Trucks Authorized Ford Service III J. T. IVEY Service and Quality Grocer Phone 232 Everybody Feels at Home at— ROBERTSON'S DRUG STORE Home-Made Ice Cream Phone 24 revival meeting AT THE GEO. D. HURDLE HARDWARE and FURNITURE UNDERTAKER ANDERSON GRAIN AND GROCER COMPANY Phone 15 DAVIS VARIETY STORE Variety Goods at Variety Prices Local View Post Cards Picture Framing - Courteous Treatment Methodist Church OPENS Sunday, July 6th at 11 A. M. Services Sunday Night on Lawn A Cordial Welcome to One and All H. L. CANNADAY Home of Good Shoes SERVICES \ AT 10 A. M. and 8:15 P. M...

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

u J«h" W- D"i* We" Vi,"i,,i* '" """""tie Nominee fo, Pr„id«„,. 103 B.llol. N.c.t, Nomin.t. itutsbx^fo Lu 30V.—NO. 41. LKM m 01 TO THE DEMOCRACY WALTER HHJij OF WOOD COUNTY Lvt, have their time to fall RUer. to wither at the Irorth wind's breath i otiirg t set -but all, i hast all seasons for thine [own, oh Death! when moans birds from far I know wnen hiujhd shall wane L summer s | shall cross tin- sea— L Autumn's hue shall tinge fthi- griden grain— 1 who shall teach us when to [look for thee? „ when Spring's first gale L forth to whisper where [the violets lie? It when roses in our paths [grow pale? L have one season—all are J ours to die!" hie subject of this sketch I born July the 6th, 1868; , June the 15th, 15)24, at home in Savoy, h annin jitv ,aged 56 years. When sad message came to insboro that our friend Wal was dead, it was sor- ..... and reverently whisp- I from friend to friend un- i whole town and country I was bowed down in sor- over the sudden going lyof this good man. ...

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

vVlNlSSltOKO WKi^Kl i NBWS, JULY 10, 1 24._ ; l$M i ^ ISSmbh pin m ,:' jp ! * ii*| 8'. ifj'i ! • * What Was That? OH! WHAT > FLAT TIRE! Yos, these hot summer months are hard on inner tub- hs. Frequenty you have blowouts and when you are lr>ast expecting them. I printed or written on their ball- TO CON8TlWrrlON ot i "ggf** £ £■ PROPOSED AMENDMENT RELATING TO GRANTING OF CONFEDERATE PENSIONS Senate Jo nt Resolution No. amendment to atitution authorizing the Leg- islature to grant aid to Con- federate soldiers, sailors and their widows who have been a 10 resident of this State since January 1, 1910." and "Against amendment to Section 51 of Constitution, Don't Throw Away That Old Tire Bring it to the General Garage and have it vulcanic Tires and tubes vulcanized by Steam. GUARANTEED All Work Winnsboro Tire Company It isn't wise to start any place without an extra inner tube and plenty of tools and patching. Our service trade. Stock up is the best and we appreciate before taking yo...

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

ra W1NN8BQRQ tVEBKLT NEWS, JULY 10, 1 24. ;AYS KARNAK OFFERS hEALTH TO MILLIONS of P «pU Throughout the Stat* are Now Pr*i>inf th« Smafr New Medicine For gmtfita Received From Its Um- -oaMudo of prominent people Mrtout tb * Stnr« are now the sensational new medl- i^.Kirnak The demand for the tSlon has eiceeded all pre*. ETrewrdH. and a* new teat* of Tdow« «" h,!M. "T « Ailly addluK their Indoraementa Pt£ thousands already given It. . fiplnlnlnc ">•' pbenomln.l of the medicine, Mr. H. C. Kirn President of Standard fig products.! Inc., recently Mid : "Reform «e secured the distribu- tion rlchts tor Karnak In this coun- t we knew that It was a wonder- m hefllth'bulldcr "' '1 were con- . .hat It would reBtore mllllona .(worlc to the Joys of health. Now •hp public twin proved this for Itself itd people everywhere flock to the drui "tores to Ret It and report tairim from lt« use that far sur- Mw even their fondest hopes. ~ou can t.'ll lifter the first few lNH of Knrnak that you are ...

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

g.<m i t| i i i t nasm ♦VINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 10, 1924. IT GROWS BIGGER EVERY YE t The Big Chain of Perkins' Stores in Texas and 01 ^ nounce the Date of Their Great Annual Merchandi That Has For The Past TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS Proved A Value Giving! Thursday, July lOU has bet-n set as the op^ninK day for the bin ANNUAL KW) TAK.SAIJS. livery «•« In the BIG PBHK1N.S CHAIN ,1 same hour on that (lute. tiuu hmn nv«.i liMikid in the wav of pioviding 'REAL VALUES in seasonable merchandise for this event niihrn Wt v"t " "•«? KACIl > liAR IX OI K BIO BED TA« SALE! It fa, the,ale you know when -and e oh year thuu ^ple^a,.,..t't^'^dearS't^l «"£■ Sweeping Reductions on Our Entire Stock of Summer HVi >• I IV / U IW i*'"'" ntcii. to assure you of this, for everyone knows of the unupproachuble valut RIGGER each year b cause of the record breaking vt' IJ~"1 great WONDERFUL LOT OF SPORTS DRESSES AT STREET AND SPORTS DRESSES 'REDUCED TO 12.98 $16.98 Wi Sporte dresses in combination colors ...

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

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 10, 1924 01 mdii A will op It, alt ho i'U were | KS 1\VE ier print! coloh! |iO Hi ll THESg Icomhinei of Voile rel h -I lide f I uantivf lo unle] you d Hjcn 17.S ItSTEH lEDl'l «TJ| tsenf r lit I In : the ^ . T — < - ■ ■„ -r *.' , One Million Dollars Worth of Fine Seasonable and Desirable Merchandise Marked at RED TAG Figures Which Means LOWEST PRICES of the Entire Year assm• **•—•,,r•«*" n*-°"d —««•" • 'Hi,. s 1 H'c''1 '• Zfn^Zl!1 wVml!i-uIh c°mhin d with the' regular stocks of the Perkins Stores runs well over a million dollars. Imagine, this immense array of Jnv prin's each year in this CHEAT CLEARANCE^VENT.^ e"tire y6"r! °f ^ ***"** l° the Pe',P'® °f Texa8 and 0klahomu who take udvanta^ of th"s° Man;, extra salespeople will be added to our already large >nd < ificient sales force and everything that is possible is beiw done to make your fchopping as orderly, as satisfac- tory 118 posaiDie. tK**- *4f>4 w* Each Year Thousands of People Anxious...

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

If I * /. I' hi v i H* mi . [h"< 1: m¥ h"1 t— ——f. WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS. JULY It, ML C. HENDERSON, JEWEL! WINNSBORO at fowlers OFFICIAL 8TATEMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBORO. TEXAS At tk« Clo«« of ButiaeM June 30, 1134) ■■ Rendered to the Comptroller of tb* Currency 1 You can now secure your l! summer millinery at sacrificing prices—meaning one half oi less the original price.—The Enterprise. RESOURCES Loans & Discounts - $472,507.30 LIABILITIES j Capital Stoock $100,000.00 U. S. Bonds Banking House & Fixtures Other Real Estate CASH ANI) EXCHANGE .. 104,000.00 .. 11,570.00 2,248.50 226,292.02 $816,612.82 Surplus & Profits Circulation BILLS PAYABLE REDISCOUNTS DEPOSITS .. 200,298.45 . 60,000.00 NONE NONE 46' ,819.37 $816,612.82 Fh« Above Statement U Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier Miss Iva Lou Miller of Dall- as visited relatives in Winna- boro the past week. You can buy another hat at our extreme clean-up prices now.—The Enterprise. Business Locals Viaosboro Weekly...

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

Klux KIm l#flhe Kb Klux Klan in America WIWWgBOlO WEEKLY NEWS, JULY It, 1124. who have lost an eye, an arm, a leg, or even a finger; but Ma- sona are rtot fightfng cripples. They simply demand that tional problems and seeks to'tally, physically and spiritual- Klan cultivates improve national a. wall as to- ly. The eltton, o, every™"- conditions. Mjoat of our munity, and cal irnsy Bimpiy aemuia mat a nroblimi* u,.,i L_T7 eBpecially y°un8 man must be sound in lx>dy to I p™u,erT* *** Principles are of men, need just such moral, spi- be eligible to membership. We 8Cope ^ directly coi. ritual and patriotic training, ..■Hi' I'lainvlf*. #KluUi.' IV*. do not believe Uhe 'Negro l icern every community in fighting the white race because ricu- he excludes the white man, 1'ak. , iov ln;tance, white au from his secret orders; or that Piemacy, law enforcement, fret I #with undertake to the Jew is fighting Christians Public schools, education Chr s- I .hp Klan has dis- because hQ excludes them ...

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