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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 December 1920

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Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

tttttSworx* ttM# VOL. XII, NO. Ib r* V/i:;.,iJHQ.tO, WOOD COUNTY., TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 1920 SL25 PEK YE £)pdge Cars, Accessories, Oik, Gasoline, Free Air and Water -^*">dge Service Station | Tom S. Steed Sincere Good Wishes « . A very Merry Christ- mas to the great throng of customers who do their bank- ing business with the "Old Reliable'' First National W. II. S. BASKETEERS SHOW BIG IMPROVEMENT The Winnsboro Hi basketball team was just recovering from I a 12 to 2 defeat sustained at liiac Postoffice will be discon- the hands of Mt. Vt mon hi in t )8TOFFICE AT blKRKIMAC TO HE DISCONTINUED Notice has been received by 'ostmaster Ray that the Merri- inued December 81, 1920, and \\ Sweet Potatoes \ Bank Winnshoro the (utters own town when Mt. mail addressed to that oflice will Vernon arrived here for a g me. l e delivered through the local Tlic home in lent l>eimr t eemed oWice after date of diacontinuv gritted their teeth and went in a'ice. for Hood. A" " - ' • ■ layed we1l and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

EXPLAINING SICCKSS oi th* et inform*! be fiwn mo* tune the firtf the year. We til ter the date and it f i KTA WAY A a *S "a II i J 1 ■a r print about why as great a a failure One man or while of super- ww tor sbiltf or greater opportwu- maj discuss phw for the aev ty or a happier combination cf year the two. and that is about aS there is tr> it. The eity light* cm Main and In a score of ways we may EI-> streets look good to the note how seriously people take iv. We 1 !d 315V h se that which is successful. Let a win am in tin Wt rf driving theatre put up a sign that tiek- thei. antomobtl a at the rot*- ci et? are to be had only far per- 71 miles per hc.ur, to please formances three weeks in *6- sk>w down to about 40 miles rer ranee and a crowd will form in upon entering our city fave- line for two blocks trying to nent This will likely be a sav- reach the box office. One res- ing to tn? city in the replacing taurant man hit on the scheme of lifht poles. of npver having quite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

\ * 4 i s, ;v —sjxv.. Brand New Automobile Free [Brand new goods, not shelf worn. Ig^aad new prices, the cheapest in town. [special prices cn Men's and Boy's Suits Blankets, Comforts, Heavy Under- wear, Wool Sniits and Sweaters at your own price. '^'X,yQG!XXK>OCCCO^OOOOOt>O0C NO PLACE IN WINNSBORO TO GET AUTOMOBILE TICK- ETS EXCEPT CONNOR-CAMP- BELL LUMBER CO. AND CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE. lOO&XXOOOOC Our prices on Furs, Millinery and La- dies' Ready-to-Wear will surprise you. See us before you buy anything. You know that Furs make a mighty nice Xmas present. iferything s BIG FIVE Everything ixl WJ. 1 mttwi Married C, Francis and Miss klin, both of the Har- nmunity, were i TARIFF BILL TO crat on the senate finance com-jkle was necessary. He is in the ONE KILLED, NINE PROTECT FARMERS mittee. "We do not regard the hospital here now and is doing HURT IN COLLISION bill, taking it as a whole, as an nicely. His wife and father be-| — Morris' Well Started Drillng on the Morris well Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

MR ££ a 5 | i • UNTIL FEBR Largest oircuwuoa | u. io** | , tin) f).;rrVf?rw. 1" -u *■ ~ >"",,nV" RY l* t«k;- 1!AV^ HE mill i 'ry"-*- "-*-•- feS* c >< It YOU CAN GET FOR h T: ' .J 1 ■ iv i iiii § i i JCfR ' 1 a NJ In order to clean up our subscription bcol and get our list cn a cash basis early in the coming year we have decided to accept one dollar a year for delinquent and renewal subscriptions. This offer is in effect now and will continue until February 28, It>21, after which time the price will be $1.25 a year as heretofore. Ne^ subscriptin g will also be accepted at $1 a year during this time. This offer is not made on account of any blank paper or other cost of printing The 1 none and from what the paper dealers tell us If you want to "square up" on the dollar rate wait until after this offer expires and then a paper for a dollar. Do it now. The clubbing rate with the Dallas Semi-Wikly News will remain the same as before, $2 for both papers for one yejir. Wishing o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

> ?h a * T ^ i saa HE HAD ANOTHER AMKT BESIDES MONEY memsmmm of the struggles h«I*M nations are put- ting op for an existence, Phillip H. Gadsden of Philadelphia, who jWaa prominent in Washington railway circles during the war, tells the story: Ono night a hapless citizen going home was set upon by two thugs and badly beaten. When he fell, unconscious, after a ter-1 rifle fight, to the sidewalk, the thugs went through his pockets and found, to their utter dis- j may, only 15 cents. One of the robbers, disgusted, kicked the prostrate citizen a couple of times and made off down the, street. But the second thug stayed behind to investigate the case more fully. A second search, however, failed to reveat more than 15 cents, so the thug ■sat down to await the awaken- ing of his victim. When he re- turned to consciousness the thug said & **> i\ c ■t age-old, time-worn adage, but there's nothng "IfthU 15 cent«'« the mon- p 11 *i i ey that vou have f" ever more fully express our wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

>'■<*-lUm*, ' 'j VimsW* WccUt News R. Weir, Editor Local and Personal! " ti',wrif," tlJCb A YEAR IN I "Prairie Rom," a 4-act drama, Having purchased the City wiU ^ preM5nted at Cartwright anvAMrv Market, we are in position on ^ night of January l t, 4 to handle your feed wants as 1921, Wlw--t ti .hi^u .n iiullaa MRS. GRACE 8HELTON Entered aa second-class mat- well as meat. Car of maize Cast: September 24 1909 at the an>" d*y- 1>lenty corn Silas Wilder Herbert Shoemaker ^Mb'toffice at Winnsboro,' Texas, now* Meat & drain Co. " w, onoer the act of March 3,1879. Dr. Raymond Phillip Bryant Arnold Holley . Rosco Yates Clarence Rait;. A tm n'.nlicatjon. PL uUSkllLD EV'KUY FRIDAY wa. Sun fcnjt L le> a Prof. W. S. Burks of San An- Dj|| Briggs Advertising rates made known ^>nj0 jg jn th<? city vi«iting Mrs. Dorothy Dean M. B. Pollard and family. Mrs, Lena Morrow Lizzie Jane Slocum ... — ► Buy your Christmas ties, Mrs. Atlon Shoemaker hose and silk shirts at half pric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAK A mi*hty valuable booklet just issued by the Ford Motor Cbmpanv It is ,asking. Drop in and get one or drop a card or letter and we will mail you yours for h copy This book is not whr the Ford Motor Company ha< to nlM>ut the FonNon Tractor Vt what the tens of thousands of users have to say. ' ' Ms v un for th,. li«. Keep in inlndUie(act that behind eve, I ,,, -i , si ii [ the great Ford Motor Company, hkewisethat relinhh , , ; ,, service" which Lores the keeping of the Tractor in working order ev< ,1. ,n t|„. ,, ir ,.flm ££ bo that the Fordson Tractor, like the Ford car, is in |i • ii, |f in , [nicti'm; easy to understand and easy to operate. Come i , nd let us tell nit it It is mrre important to the farmer today than anything else. you con- more |The Age of Machine power on the Farm is no longer a matter of speculation; it in Jre—an established fact. It is the latest advanced step civilization has taken It mea to the farmer with the full promise to li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 December 1920

JS m Mj ' -*T> 4<! ■H A V in lift • BLjI H i NEW hcHU£LlCS IN EUHOPE AGRICULTURAL KNOW rr WELL Ten Hava Coma Into Exlstaaee as a lr .t o' tha Changes Bought About by War. all who have peach and apple trees to give them a spraying IV Ksslcrti Kurope Itoview gives or two during the dormant per- the names and population figures of jod or else the peach crops of ton new eMiteru Kurope republics as ^ia country will soon be a foMo«a: thing of the past. The San Jose It is ai)8olutely necessary for Familiar Features Well Known V Ktllintiia square kilome- gcaJe ^ spMading fnHt and CLASSIFIED )f to HundrecU- of Winnsboro C'tizens LOST—Wednesday, Dec. 16, in Miss Nellie Steed. Myrtle St., Winnsbon)( Al),K)tt 17-jewel, 20 says: "I am glad to recommend year cnMe watch Return to Doan's Kidney Pills for I know Newg offl(je and receive reWHrd they are a good remedy. My j g p0binB0I,( Thomas, route 1. t. , i .; . (.not of which " 7" - , Hi;it ,fin onlv bv Ji?neys were w?k and i"8Ct,V<?- 9;i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

yf* . . inmh® xw Ji <« NO. 19. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXA8, JANUARY 7, 1921. $1.25 PER YEAR Happy and Prosperous New Year for All Our Friends Ige Cars Tom S. Steed Dodge Service Station ^ "HIE 01.D RELIABLE" The Comptroller of the Cur- BIDS WANTED iJRWBMil - - : .T>^tir^r*£W J ' T Notice is hereby given and. m ' 1 a granted the First NA-|a request is made for bids o. tionai Hank of this city an ex- offers to the City Council of (tendon of its. thaler for twenty'the City of Winnsboro, Texas, | years, the original- charter hav- for the labor and materials re- jing expired. For twenty years quired for street improvements |the "Old Reliable" has l>een within said city as described in fPr J doing business in Winnsboro, [[growing larger with each year, until it is now one of the lar- the ordinance of said City Coun cil of said city of date January 4th., A. D. 1921, now on file [1921! The dawn of l>etter days—the l>eginning of bet- im s for all people. [May the new year br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

1 . II til KBKT — leFS i > UNTIL FEBRUARY 28,1921, YOU CAN GET THE NEWS FOR iiiX £\ '' './ In order to clean up our subscription book and get our list cn a cash basis early in the coming year we have decided to accept one dollar a year for delinquent and renewal subscriptions. This offer is in effect now and will continue until February 28, 1921, after which time the price will be $1.25 a year as heretofore. New subscriptions will also be accepted at $1 a year during this time. This offer is not made on account of any reduction in the price of blank paper or other cost of printing The News, for there has been none and from what the paper dealers tell us there will be none soon. If you want to "square up" on the dollar rate, come in at once. Don't wait until aiter this offer expires and then ask us to let yon have the paper for a dollar. Do it now. The clubbing rate with the Dallas Semi-Weekly News will remain the same as before, $2 for both papers for one year. THE PUBLISHER. I a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

PEV ™ '' ■ • •'< t m# - fm • • w,;v' ' In^H FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR A mighty valuable booklet just issued by the Ford Motor Campany. It is yours for the asking. Drop in and get one or drop a card or letter and we will mail you a copy free. This l>ook is not wh ' the Ford Motor Company has to say about the Fordson Tractor but what the teiui of thousands of users have to say. Get th • book! It is yours for the asking. Keep in mind the fact that behind every Fordson Ti actor are all the resources of the great Ford Motor Company, likewisethat reliable "Ford After-Service" which assures the keeping of the Tractor in working order every day in the year. . Remember also that the Fordson Tractor, like the Ford car, is simplicity itself in design and con- struction ; easy to understand and easy to operate. Come in and let us tell you more about it. It is mere important to the fanner today than anything else. The Age of Machine Power on the Farm is no longer a matter of speculation; it i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

I ! Wiuuhoro Weekly News Homer It Weir, Editor tl 26 A YKAR IN ADVANCE. Entered us second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY KELSEY SUBSCRIBES HER QUOTA OF STOCK (From Gilmer Mirror.) GOATS LAP UP ESCAPED BOOZE TWO DIE IN JOY I Omahft, Jan. 5.—Five hun- dred gallons of liquor, six stills and severul arrests would have xle -Jcbic? tJbsto ONE: OF OUR 15 YEAR OLD VOUNG LADIES TOLD ME YESTERDAY 3HE USED TO HAVE AN AWFUL GOOD TIME WHEN SHE WAS A LITTLE GIRL. Winnsboro, Dec. 17.—Sp*n- did meeting at Kelsey last night. Asked for $2,000 for the . . f . c hv extension of the Gilmer „d been the ba* brought heme by Wftinsboro road from Rosewood | a sheriff a detail of men in the to Kelsey. They raised $2,500 largest moonshine raid ever in a few minutes. Kelsey wants made in Nebraska, but for the an outlet and is going to have it. fact the axle of an automob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

I ■. " IN ►F.P'T.1 'roaaurl (is pretj Isten al rcsldnn| I was 11*10 I I *4'J$M I f ' • ' . • Giving Goods Away i But we need cash and are offering our entire line consisting of Dry Goods, Milli- nery, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Hardware, Furniture and Groceries at unheard of prices. We have invoiced our goods and are making prices on replacement values regardless of what they cost Come in and price with us. Remember that some- body is going to get the AUTOMOBILE. Everything C "•"ELL'S BIG FIVE Everyihi ■BK: i Rev. Rousseau, formerly pas- tor of the Baptist church here but recently at Norman, Okla., has accepted charge of the Bap- tist church in Marshall. If you want to ride, ride a Mr. and Mrs. Bogan Miller of, Price them at Turner's Mer-j Miss Loiuse Reid has return-; We are anxious for your bus- Ford. Take the jitney all aboard. Gilmer were guests of Mr. and cantile Co. ed to school at Miiford after iness in 1921 and will use every spending the holidays with her effort to warrant ours...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

PLYMOUTH ROCK IS HOME AGAIN 7 NEW REPUBLICS IN EUROPEj STORK SIDED WITH ITALIANS * Off an«J on, lor over 200 years the Plymouth Hock has been move t ick and forth. Not far, 'tis true, but moved So on tlx- .tontli i mlversary of the landing of the pilgrims. It was moved on cm more. This time It went back to Its original rostlng place. The lit tie follow Iti front of the rock Is William 8. Brewstnr, descendant, in the ninth generation, of Elder Brewster of Mayflower famo ASK FOR IT Expect to find the Fisherman, the "Mark of Supremacy,'' on every bottle of emulsion that you buy. This means that you will always ask for SCOTT'S EMULSION Scott £ Bowae, Blooofleld. N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF Rl-MOIDS (Tablets or Granules; ™ INDIGESTION Stale Hoard Classification For Tax Initialization Austin, Jan. 4.—The creation of a "State Board of Classifi- I cation" for the equalization of I taxes in Texas is recommended I by M. L. Wifronton, the retir- ing State Comptroller, in his annual report submitted t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

PWMh V -4s i P'uitivi ♦t. 7 • V. •: i / rr<. Y &'£<.: !;, I ■) 'A. A M. COLLEGE HAS ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN : the prosperity that has been ours throughout the of 1920, and for the good will and confidence be- wed upon us by our friends and neighbors, permit us extend to each and every one of you our sincere thanks., ... . .. .. „ ^ *' stituted in the Kansas sir rem we stand upon the threshhold of a New Year, it'court- ouardum ono™* [hall be our constant endeavor, as in the past, to render the patrons of this community the best we have to of- >r in quality and service. the New Year be to you and yours a season[ of lappiness and abundant prosperity. WEALTHIEST INDIAN WINS RIGHT TO HIS BRIDE IN COURT CASE College Station, Texas, Jan. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 8.—Jack- 6.—A very valuable collection ■on Barnett, aged 72, reputed °f wild animals and game birds' oil millionaire and said to be now to be seen in the soologi- the wealthiest Indian in Ameri- cal garden at the A. & M. Col- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 January 1921

THE DATE m ■ Tb Mr FT ME KtCE «ii ■ i L* O Sv_ i j 1 But She is a Little Slow in Getting Here CHILD FATALLY BURNED Jaiiif* Frank Keliy, a«ed 1 3car nod 10 months, «on of Mr. and Mr* Lawrence Kelly, was fatally burned Tuesday, Decern- her 2H, at 12:80 p. in., dying at 7:80 the same day. The child WiiH standing in front of a heat- hiK stove when his dress was sucked into the stove and cauuht tire. Medical assistance was immediately summoned but he was so badly burned that he died withiu a few hours- The remains were buried in Lee cem- etery Wednesday. Two Lives Lost In Hotel Fire GET LOOSE A FEW DAYS I hold by the advice of the Divine Master, who told His disciples to go fishing and said to them when they were weary, "Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place and rest awh c. I remember the unconquerable French poilus whom I saw in their dugouts playing cards and in the Citadel of Verun enjoying the merry vaudeville shows. I recall the soldiers whom I saw on the banks of the Marne a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

off — no *e learned, < few poked jars a little V ether it was ober Christn i, best qut sizes 75c. ar price 25 19c. Childi Men's h« Ir per £arm« grade over kb shells ices short th /ell. |imms nrrf\ a visit rememk ig and rent 5n to our Pant Ads. kill app (vers of will true! a fire ( water < ehicle. Whf with wat it is easy thereby is happem ago ar five resl Is moved H id fumitui |uildintrs I. opposit age. T. SI he buiWinn [Crary final land dismajr| Imobiles. it Ads. f , G©-. ' • '* w* j'\ T* fowsfearo X XII, NO 20. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS JANUARY 14, 1921. $1.26 PER YEAR ecial Prices on A!! Kinds of Automobile Accsssories odg' C w trs Tom S. Steed OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Hank WINNSBORO, TEXAS At the Clone of I'iikhicsk Dec. 29, 1W140, iim Rendered to the Comptroller of the Cnrrencv K. or P. Lodge No. 1 StiJ RESOUR'BS Loans and Discounts $501,367.1!) U. S. Bonds 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cash and Kxchanjn • 9233,781.81 Bills of Kxohango 82,047....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

L FROM MARJON, OHIO. ~Of) •v. :x V ,*> £V (• CT- r Jfr * j ft. c.: \ . • v p ' • ■•>' SJ WILL WIKKLKSS IIARDINti SPEECH THE UNKNOWN SOLOS HEARD UNDERFOOT ACROSS U. 8. | IIY WIRELESS Cooper Review: W" can never tell what is beneath terra firma,, Washington, Ji.n. 9.—While and we are likely to ignorantiy j three soloists sang into a wire- tread al)ove hidden wealth a je.ss telephone transmitter 6J lifetime unless someone delves the Anacosta naval air station into the bowels of the earth and under the auspices of the Re- expose its tijasures. Recently search University here last a driller brought in the largest ni^ht ixusons from Ontario to gas well in the State of Mis- lMOiida "listened in" and ap- souri near wheie the editor ylauUeti at the conclusion ot of the Review jpent his boy- each selection. Ii mmI days. In our childish "Bully" replied New Haven, d,earned of other'^"n. at " song by Mrs. Blanche L>alg- olimes where nature held vast wh() wus one of the flr8t wealth in s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

w wo Scholarships in Tyler College a X-RAY NOW SAVES OYSTERS Datacta Praaaoca of Pearls, Obviating the Customary Unnscaaaary Killing of Molluaca. During all the centuries that the pearl hat been used for personal adornment, it lias previously bcot, accessary to cut opeu each oyst. i of the pearl bearing species to us- certain the presence or the absents ! o' tho pearl. \\ Ilea no |H>arl wsi | found the iiioIIumc's life hail beer sacrificed in vain, lint tin- X-ru\ | is dc«tin h1, according to a writer | in Popular Science Monthly, to saw | the life of many a precious oyster i of this variety. The pearl oysters that breed in j Ceylon and Venezuela are thin-1 skinned, and it rs easy to discover whotlier or not they contain pearls. If no pearls, or very snmll ones, are discovered, ihc oysters are returned to the heds uninjured. Oysters hav-J IfUiUui it 1 fAJUU Wwau.nU CUftVbNllON A imMS tug rough ami gular m % % uy up-tl they We have two $65.00 Schol- arships in the Tyler Com- merci...

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