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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

WINNSBORO LU NEWS AUCU8T 14, ltU. I- • Sir I :.S. if: 1|P « ♦;. ill if I 'I 1 Hi nS i | m i, i i p'* i' i K > iff; >. v| $' 1 ,M< Wt. > I I W'f' *?eS mm The Coming Season The tunic is dominant in the newer modes. The smart dresses will l>e of straight lines, car- ryr.g out the l<r*g tunic idea. You may select your own sleeve length, though the long tailored sleeves will lead for mid-season. Paris says, "twelve inches from the floor." Satin crepes in tailored simplicty. Wool plaids take a leading place for Fall in Dresses Tailleurs and Coats. We expect to double our Dress sales, with Styles^ Workmanship and more especially., with very., low Prices. 'J i -^ omwnrfr mm .Uijntm WEBSTER HAKMONY A house is built of brick and Mrs. Eaner Barnhill of Win- stones, of sills and post and tors, Texas, visited at Mr. L piers The feature of millinery will be- hi#er- crowns, small shapes for early wear. Silkes will be lower in price. Cotton goods steady to eaily purchasers. Septem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

AO T<ViJ Y^r\ UMttttslwro AUGUST 21, 1924 Mttk in WINNSBORO. WOOD COUN1Y. T^XAS, AUGUST 21, 1924. $1.25 PER YEAR. irnST REVIVAL TYLER HRE LOSS CLOSED SUNDAY Ifhe Baptist church of this has just closed what is to have l>een one of the itest revivals thut has ever held in this community preparation had been for the revival and the seemed to be ready for . preacher of the meeting Rev. Cha,s. T. Whaley o" 'first Baptist church o j Texas. He endearec ft to all the people of the nunity at the very begin- He is a man of most won- Iful personality. His preach |jg able and very sincere. No doubts, when Whaley Iks, that he is speaking i the burning heart. Ano- jrreat feature of his prea- Uijt is that he depends on i plain presentation of the of God, both to draw ant i hold crowds. He depends on truth to do its work of nviction and of convincing lers. Winnsboro will likely ner get away from the im- ssion that ("has. T. Whaley upon it. I The music of the meeting is under the direction of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

11 I. '11' I I I 1 Jealousy f roved total to English Musician Oerttilnly I)i«* in««( destructive of liuiiiuu emotions |-i Unit i>f Jenlouay. With the t'Xcejttlun of love and wiir oothipg xi'« iiis to In* no provix'fttlve to the (Tfeen-eyeil monitor, who Heetui to Juive tlie fitfully of (-oumiiiiiIiii; nil llioao who acliult liini to tlielr auula, no tousle. A list of the fniuoiiw iimslt'til Jeuloufk'H would he Intei-eutlii#. It wouhl run Into the limidreil*. Opera coiuimiiU'8 ure usuully neatM of Jeul- ouay. 1'oMlbly one of the tuoat ftunoua (line* of mudlcnl ponloujiy Is Hint of Henry Cooke, deceit ohI (IC72). Cooke wns h fighter v. hn if!>>rl Hl In the term of captain, lie Joined the kind's army and frtuttht hrnvrty, It In sultl, but wlien Ihe commonwealth emtio Info existence he was ohllt;ul to make Ills living tcrirhln: mimic. Eventually )tu bflcunie irentl"n,mi anil iuhsu i of the children when the chupel royal m iis es- tuhllshed at' iIn In WW), There he bad as Ids pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

T, solate 'y all ile is | f the I f'irm ( | iduij I I ij I j r 1 Ina a pH Inlmiln I I" I "yanaticn tn Vitality of Seedt ■ was peril up* no Marti Twain u Keasan for foot Atkir", Loan I r. Clarence |iicu of Jv ,v v,,rki WINNSIIOUO WEEKLY Kii |,! ii'HIiik vviih so Willi tiiirodiKoi Miiri Twii. to Ii"n UmiIO in - . . . —----- Ml *n«i!| M II, |l in II' •• ,llfi of u" ,',s '« ,wl- n > r..r- n !h.r. ".....!! VK' wr,M"' I""1 ""l ti'•• 'i Hi" III l . . ^\'\ I ||| i lit* goods by Am. i l< ,,n -Nt i ... , (l r, m,' proportion ol fli.uii.-i.illy, ha- „r m- w'"' Mark Twain as n patient, HtiyM .. lift |>ut a «t. r writer In the Mentor. /'nriftl' , I"" 11 "Mo Uie w,l" According to I tor III..., Mark ' '. ,,1,1 . M nt ffi'ds art Twnln.was never seriously II! till the fits- gathered—that I* ■ l.-ralilw percent- i fiint"1" " fit v-"1 • nini-lil"*'' An*1'"" brer «*''•' ' If tills hj I |l,e ii"1 i In ill1' 1 .'oh w H" ' ,,re glJj ti.,,) It Is ' Impossible to I all tlie ureal ■ Inborate ami tur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

WINNSRORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 21, 1924. wyilTi Ir WW. («; I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing. Clock, j Optical Goods. All % Guaaanteed Wionsboro Wetkly News Hmmt R. W#ir, Editor •LIS A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered u second-claa* mat* tor, September 24, 1909, at th« poetoffice at Winnsboro, T«aa, vider the act of Marcl| 8, 1879 Advertising rates made knowu •o application. Published Every Thursday A still was raided in the north end of Upsher county, be tween Brumby and Pine, last week and 2 1-2 gallons of whis- key captured. Three men were arrested, charged with the man ufacturing and having in their posession whiskey. Up near Omaha Texas, a 60 gallon cop- per still was captured and 4 60 gallon barrels of peach mash which was in the last stage of fermentation and about ready to run off, was destroyed. These raids were the work of efficient officers. Voters should watch their step and see that none but known prohibitionists are elected to office. Wild-cat- titig and bootlegging has been re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 551, 1924. res, fcBORO C. HENDERSON, JEWELER • • • • — * AT FOWLERS TEXAS liny Days Come In Everyone's Life And— Tis best to be prepared for them. Enjoying life I „ii it holds for us today is well and good. But,— at of the tomorrow? Will it bring more good times . adversity ? The person with a substantial Savings Account is [prepared to face most anything. Follow his or her ex- limple Open an account with this Old Reliable Bank. :|RST NATIONAL BANK filKSBORO, TEXAS FERGUSON CLUB jt 2:30 o'clock Sturday a democrats who oppose all organizations from com- ithin the democratic party organization, met here lifter electing It. I'. Knight lajrnian they unanimous- led resolutions opposing iKu Klux Klan in politics [declaring that they would and vote for all men and . who are running on the ratic ticket, known to be st the klan. , voiced their approval of Miriam A. Ferguson as |only one in the race for >r that any genuine it could support, if they B. C. CAIN G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NKWS AIT(<l'ST 21, \M. SwlP if?®* J* L|i 1 • i I V • J: f; I" ;••• ) 5. if ' ' ■i : H'i dttfiffL'' ■ i I ;! i ■ ! • i Announcements -* —- For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS • Jt (Re-election) For State Senator, ' TJIOS. G. POLLARD f , <• (2nd Term) For Judge, 7th District .. i J. R. WARREN ' For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD (Re-el ec ton) For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL ■ ;'For SlterifT: R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLAf For Countv Treasurer DON ROBERTS • For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. SH1REY For County Supt. of Instruction D. E. WHITE J. U. SEARCY For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG '•For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY .For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— B. F. WEEMS Franklin County Announcements - For County Clerk NEWT FLETCHER J. W. MIDDLETON SLA Strength giving W Food KrT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

j Tax list ibiro Independent _ Scli'iul -'—-w Nelson, Oarlock & Alvin, 1551 w„lu/i , acres Mosley and 117 acres DistriM' l.i ?n ?, HMivm Hurvov*. ftftft no "'strict as shown by the Delin PV«*. .... .JB8- - - . | of I'""1'- on the ^ ljidip of Wi m fr r !• J ..I i III " i oi 'I k, ' I A' " ifr stirv | All''"; irvoy. ■■ ' |kew, fcv pwny [ ,rV(>v', ?! ' W' 6 |! L, -■ |Br<. h , S. 1 •suiv I Bom1 |oro, ' ■ .Brown. |K , Brown, i Pippin I Brown. [Kii f. Rin! | F. CaihW 13 acres I' Cample II IK , Zetta c.-i SUl'Vi I'd. ' ling surv Christ i;'i B. KinK Jnristian. larvey. -■ CUllO Eg. n. Kir ■ &. T. C" Reeves surveys, $85.00. i <r „ t, , u u ii I 1 o quent lux Kecord. mm bam Past-hull, 28 1-2 am ,j jj wilkinstfth Brown. survey, $12.10. Delinquent Tax Collector of ( . M. Porterfield, 2 aen s of the Winiisboro Independent n i0ts tho G. B. King survey, *13.39. School District. of tin 3, L. Phillips, 10 'j-2 t:• • i, ll1, "ibed to .-ik! sworn ■ ■gfr-. ,:Z7Z rM **~i Wl'" VAV.V/AW &g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 August 1924

(SBOBO ,T NEWS AUGUST JIl.HM. MAC EP , Vf) J if- IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY-SEE US We will save money, and we wont hold out milage on you. We will sell you quality that can't be ques- tioned. We will challenge anyone to equal our val- ues at these prices. FABRICS FROM $7.00 UP. BEST CORDS FROM $11. TO $13.50 RENT A FORD—FINE NEW ONES To Give Service is What We Are Here For PHONE 272 MILLER & DAVIS SERVICE STATION Cleaning And Dying, Saves a lot Of Buying Try our master ser- vice—it will enable you to get the utmost from you clothing. Clothing Exclusive but not ex pensive SHADY GROVE Business Locals OPTOMETRIC EXAMINATION For Spectacles We Fit Them A. L. BAKER Robertson Drug Store Winnsboro SAW MILL FOR SALE I have a good saw mill for sale in good running order. Can furnish with or without saw. Mill can be seen at Winn- boro, Texas. Snodgrass & Bran nan Lbr. Co. Phone 266. Phone 130 and tell us of your visits. A light shower has come at last, which was appreciated by everyone....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

/ h ! U, XIV, NO. 48 ittttahoro jtekm JSetos. ELECTION [Miller 2010 3010 1721 3812 COUNTY Iflie following is the result (Saturday's primary in Wood tf' i Governor, [Robertson [Ferguson Lieutenant Governor, 2874 1967 Attorney General, [Ward I Moody ■ Comptroller, ptrrell .. 8851 [Baker p 1245 >R. R. Com. 6 yr. Term, | Gflmore 2825 [Weaver 2166 R. R. Com. \ yr. Term, [ Kabors 2694 nith 1926 Chief Justice, Jnreton 2720 fear 1768 Sheriff, [Carter 2166 [Douglas 2797 Supt. Schools ■prey 2612 [White 2424 Attaway received the nination for public weigher. STATE us at 8 p. m. Monday* leived by the Texas Election au from 238 counties out in the state, including complete, show the follow- totals for candidates in r orday's primary election L Governor— Ferguson 427, Robertson 337,832. lieutenant Governor—< Ed- ds 345,772, Miller 362,651 General— Moody MM, Ward 222,586. ^Comptroller—Baker 231'j- Terrell 451,901. R. R. Com. 6 yr. Term. Gflmore 339,912, Weaver 240 WINNSBORO, WOOD COtlNlY, R. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS /'AUGUST 28, 1M4. m im nera stahki storm rages a8 men fight to the death Hurricane at Sea Realistically Shown in Picture, "The l /Leopardess" Did you ever consider, while viewing the storm in a motion picture what a tremendous task it' must be for man to realistically duplicate the fu- ry of the elements? One of the most terrifying electric storms ever screened featured in ..Yoy Can't in which two men are engaged Your wife" spoke: "It in a death struggle is to be seen in Alice Brady's latest Pa- ranjmnt picture, "The Leopard ess," which is coming to the Amusu Theatre on Wednesday next. It is a storm at sea,i the realism of which / has never been surpassed in any previous production. If one could have stepped into Paramount's East- ern studio during thei filming is pretty, vivacious, understan- ding and responsive—and not without some brains. But too many brains scar4 the aver- age man. He doesn't want a wo man who knows more than he does. Most men like to be ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

In li$« iro Independent School District . lands and town lots -°fJuie tax rolls of the ? Independant Schoo \{ vVinnslKtro, Texas, RL vVar 1923, returned by fthe delinquent .gSjS^istriet. under sec- ftinqiient Tax laws L State of Texas, Revised w*. nf the State of 7 Wilkinson, ««nquc..v K-w for said Indepen- t in r Statutes of the State R Anderson, 1-2 acre, O. survey, $H(.s o. Idler Allen, 1-4 acre G. B. . Survey, $.48. rR Askew, 5-8 acre, G. B. i survey, H-90 C. Attaway 1-2 acre G. B. j survey, $4.25. it Browning, part lot a -ruboro, $22.62. ft 1 Browning 72 acres Sum- i survey, $21.25. S. E. Hozeman, 2 acres JTKing survey $10.68 it u. Bozeman, lot 12 block lfinnsboro, $14.88. Lna Brown, 7 1-2 acres, J B. King survey, $4.97. |D B Brown, 3 acres Reeves, litres Pippen survey, $19.77. I], W. Brown, 40 by loO ft, Ik King survey, $1.70. [C. F. Burlin, 4 acres G. B. kr survey, $6.46. [j, F. Campbell, 4 1-2 acres, 1,8 acres Pippen survey, j& [jbrtha Campbell, 1-2 acre, |B. King survey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEW8 \AUGU8T 28, 1924. 1 "* 1 W is If I i | K i!jf ttJT; I SAM MARTIN JEWELER finshore Weekly News R. Weir, Editor |lil A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered u second-elaa* mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the toffice at Winnsboro, Tioaa, the act of March #, 1879 Advertising rate* made known en application. Published Every Thursday Early Fall millinery, especi- ally priced for immediate sale, $1.95 to $6.95. The Enterprise. Tk* MPniIM Alfccl Tfct IM LAUi |TR| VflWW * ■ ■■■■•■ -mwrn ' - Money Savers! To Early Buyers A positive 20 to 40 percent reduc- tion on MILLINERY See the New Pat- terns and Trimmed Hats at much Lower Prices than you expect. SHADY GROVE Oh, my, if this hot weather continues all cotton will soon be opened. Most of the fruit and melons have gone. Mr. Arnold Bradshaw of Forest Hill is vistting relatives and friends. Mr. E. C. Ragsdale was at- tending church at Newsome last week. Mrs. J. R. Fowler spent Thursday with Mrs. Little. Mr. Verdie Cassel and family visi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

I0ORO ™mw HUKO WEEKLY WKW8 i AUGUST 28. 1921 C. HENDERSON, = JEWELER AT FOWLERS uny Day* Come In Everyone's Life And— , vou want financial advice, it is only natural on should look to those men who have made • their business. riv* unk welcomes such requests from its clients it wont cost you a penny. We benefit wiien we r.u •'* r'Kht °' h<^v'ce- ^ "Mkes you lunrc Irous and y ur ,'|,®nMCtions with this bank are fore «r«ter. fi no other hi." -t s is there such a c i.i.mon inter- Call upon us in ne matter of ini'an investment or in any one of the hundred 0Je pjjlenis tut arise in the i>.i.icial life ol t one of • irst national bank glMORO, TEXAS |C, Dodgen has returned St I/)uis and Chicago i he bought large stocks thandise for the fall f the W. C. Dodgen Co. Dorthy Wicker and son have returned from (weeks' visit with her i Mrs. Jones in Pales- ,S. H. Kelly left Tuesday tort Worth to visit rela- lof new fall goods witl. prices. W. C. Dodgen I Jack Bexle.v is in Wax- Mrs. Dlove Ste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

W1NNBB0R0 WKBKLY NBWS 1AUGU8T 28, 1924. P. P MARTIN'S CLEARANCE SALfl STARTS SATURDAY, AUGUST 30th & i v Startling Towel Offer 18 x 88 towel 19 cents. Blueband towel 2 for 46 cents Tow el rack 9 cents. Extra Special 6.INCH LACE 10 CENTS PER YARD In order to make room for our New Fall Goods we are making you these Tremendous Reductions on our en- tire stock. r.« Children's cuff too 19 cents. Kiddies socks 3-4 len« 29 cents. Men's work socks 15 cents. | Ladie's lisle French hone ] pr: for 49 cents. Time for New Kitchen Ware 9 CENTS ITEMS 9 CENTS Enamel and Aluminum Pudding pans, Stewers, Pie pans, Cups, Mixing spoans, and others too numerous to mention. Specials on soap, pipes, nest eggs, marbles, toys, dolls beads, bracelets, barrettes, hair nets, talcum and face powder. O)od heavy tumblers 5 cents. Footed sheberts 9 cents Glass coasters. 9 cents Ice tea tumblers. lOcents. First print percale 10 c per yd. 30 cent tissue ffingham 20c 50c tissue gingham 35c. 30c dotted Swiss 20c. E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

WMN8B08Q WBMLT NKWB AUCUOT 28, ln«. '■ ' ' .;!• WJf '. • * • To the Farmers and Cotton Growers of the Winnsboro Territory The time for another harvest has come and I n a • wl nltiwptinff to express my sppreclation to my friendsandseason with- the past. 1 cannot find words at my command to beirin to W ^?V2 8too<, by ,ne 80 loyally hours were darkest and the storm raffed and the thunder rolled vv?th nif if• ? /°U W,h(;n the ISlost, your words of advice and encouragement andsZSi ££.♦ '*8 n^ht:4a"d 8eemed that all n,'e a brighter vision of this life and a brighter hope of the Treat l^nnrf n ? K ,Iiy KOtu1, plvinK initiation to meet the issues of life more bravely and fearlesJv b.,h i ♦ * Pu FVt me a R'(ilter d('ter* 3 n'y business in a way that has met and will <onti,Ztot " L UrU8t that 1 UT ctTdl'cted will you be disappointed in me. 1 have tried to build a foundation on -isolM* ,apfrovf1, and, 1,1 .tirne beat but it faileth not, and to travel the highway of truth and honesty, for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 August 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS ;AI?OU8T M, lt 4. Lt c I I I a'( WMffiWIfflf ? DTCIBSf WEBSTER "Never allow yourself to do a wrong thing because it seems trifling, nor to neglect doing a good act because it seeips small." Mr. Jim Craddock was in Quitman Monday morning on business. Mr. W. M. Craddock and chil- dren of Quitman were visitors here late Tuesday ;afternoon. Mr. T. 0. Craddock of Quit- man was in the community Wednesday attending to school matters, taking dinner with Mr. and Mi's. W. D. Black. Several of the citizens from this place went to Winnsboro Monday night to hear Mr. Cal- loway speak. Mr. Calloway who was speaking in behalf of Mrs. Miriam Ferguson attacked Judge Felix D. Robertson and the Ku Klux Klan to the high- est extent. Some of our young people ittended the memorial services at the Lee Cemetery Thursday. All rported a very good crowd, plenty of ice water to drink. Hurrah: for Ma. and Pa. I wasn't old enough'to vote but I sympathize with Pa through Ma. Mr. Frank Berry o...

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

** Jp t, &Of. junsjbxrro WHIM ;\7CU>0 XIV, NO. 49 WNNMMlw. WOOD (OI.N'I 1 ~Th.v\s. SEPTKMRRP , ■ ,. - METHODIST fCHUKCIl $1.25 PER YEAR. SUE DRAWINGS VIOLATE LAW I have been informed there some merchants in the county who are _ ing on sales and during such sales to Rive away to pur contemplating putting ehaser" tickets entitling them to chances to receive a prize or prizes at the conclusion of the sale This is a violation of art. 535 of the Penal Code of Tex- ts' and for the benefit and protection of those who are con templating doing this, I am pub lishing the above law, which is is .follows: ... "If any person shall estab- lish a raffle for, or dispose by raffle of, any estate, real or personal, exceeding five hun- dred dollars in value, he shall be fined not less than one hun- dred dollars nor more than one thousand dolars; or if any perl- jon shall establish a raffle for, or shall dispose by raffle of, any estate, refcl or personal, of the value of five hundred dol- lars ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 September 1924

t> lN'NSBORO WKLfci,) NBWS SEPTEMBER, 4 1924 I© v%¥M 1 il sweeps mm GOBLIN AND THE FAIRIES THE fulrlea were holding a very grund picnic one nljclii In a dell. [I was a rery large anil grand affair, be- cause all of the fairies were there. All the mortals were good on thaf night. No one was In trouble; the mortal children hud all gone to lied on time and ho aJI the fairy folk were free to enjoy tlieniselvea. A big feast wiis prepared on n flat rock with a lacy cobweb covering. Dew drops crystal-like glistened In the moonlight, making a beautiful table decoration. I'olid-lllv ||slii>s held all the fairy dainties. and the Hrelllea and the moonlight made a fairyland picture, which of course It was. The goblins were out, too. but us their woods were not anywhere near the picnic ground of the fulrlea no one had thought a thing about them. m ra^: mi can rillMij In-Ill i >■ lint llte> I !' «tl" •I Jtlliip) tree ami u'vny UlllUlpp.l blotll "What Have You to Say for Your. • self?"...

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

W1NN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS SKPTKMnirp 4 1924. The Man Who Does Not Pay Promptly Practices Imposition Time was when it was a common practice with „i M for months and months. P W'th Certa,n cla88e people to let bills JjdntSemW°U,d *° °n a VaCati0" ^ thC 8Ummer and ,eave a trail of ""Paid bills Nothing was.tl?®ugh.t.,"f *he subject was ever mentioned it merely evoked mild pleasantries and the attitude of the guilty one was boastful rather than apologetic. Todav the situation is reversed. Worth-while peoDle am n«vi„„ 1 •« ,y. Putting the moff for months and months is no longer Xoma^yThe merchZs do not permit or sanction it as they once did. y' ine mercn nts An(| few individuals who still adhere to the old practice are becomina enliihtened -gently in some cases, forcibly in others, courteously i„ nll-aaTX thev are doing. No man today will boast of the account he pays 'whenever he feels like it" No „0Up of men will smile with the one who speaks pridefully of the money he owes and which is over...

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