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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER. 4 1924. F •' Mi f ff hi 'J (nk Wr ' il ,}« < u • # r> nl " m 'f Wtf I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clock, i Optical koods. AUWor Guaaanteed Rainy Days Come In Everyone's Life And— When you want financial advice, it is only natural th**t you should look to those men who have made finance their business. This bank welcomes such requests from its clients and it wont cost you a penny. We benefit wi.cn we give w u ( right kind of advice. It make* von i;.oie prosperous and ytur transactions with this bank are therefore «ir >atev. In no other • i.f . ics is there such a c u.nnii inter- est to MiiHiiii t <i.e.'"it. Call upon us in re matter of seeking an investment or in any o.iy of the bundled and one p.,blems tlit arise 111 the ii'.i.icnl !i!e ol nr.y one of • FIRST NATIONAL WINN8B0R0, ■ l ■ BANK TEXA8 Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the postoffic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 September 1924

(.|efln Moral—Educational—Entertaining MUSUTHEATRE Always 20 Degrees Cooler JfJiBK FORECAST: Fine for attending the Amusu itrf Kvgrvdav- TODAY and FRIDAY # lamie Rose Had to Choose Itvo men loved her. One was gentle, an idealist. The Mr ^ primitive, the brute. One gloried in tenderness, Ether in beating men down and fighting his way up. Ln Kildarc has written a gripping drama of the heart U <oui "1 the world's greatest city and its people. !&■ I -& 'A.W.-.., yV..'" *« . r . - ■ • • . tj". - "•#«! E-J' < + ra"' JJ my mamie a tremendous love story picturizing one of the most Lscinatin^r phases of New York life. From Owen Kil- l's amazing life story, "My Mamie Rose." Uso—The Gumps in, " DII/TS—25c Andy's Day of Rest"—Comedy CHILDREN—10c SAIURDAY I CtRL'lAEMMLE jwsents f, V WYOMING With a (v ,rse that was as fast as the wir>d and a gu w.is as quick as lightening, he thundered over "ill r1"' Plain fearing no one. He had been a cowboy-—circtin.- made him a sheepman—and wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 September 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER, 4 IMi. ?V I NEW EXHIBIT BUILDING IT STATE FAIR OF TEXAS1 I HEARTILY APPROVED Pr>Mld«iit of Exhibitor*' Association Deolaree It Wonderful Addition, •myth Make* Prediction J. B. Graham of Waxahftchto. prea- int of the County Exhibitor*' Al- location, has paaaed approval on tk« now Agricultural Building at lb* Stat* Pair of Tozaa, to be uied lor the first time at the 1M4 State ralr, Dallas, Oct. 11 2«. "It Is a wonderful addition to Itats Fair equipment," Mr. Graham •aid, "and will permit the demon Uration of Texas' agricultural ad raataces to the maximum." J. A. Moore of Grand Prairies, las been named auperintendent of &• Agricultural department, and will m in charge of the new structure. Mr. Moore was formerly In the gov- irnment agricultural service and has tad years of experience In the work. Many Cour.tlee Qet Space Twenty counties have already been taslgned space In the new building, tmong them la Hale, first prise irlnner In 1923, and Col....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 September 1924

W1NN8BORQ WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER, 4 1924. rC. HENDERSON, — JEWELER >n m S 11 |son< j 0B° klan NOT [grand dkacjon rvin Grand Dragon L„ or the State of PL ed the following iSveto the re- J Saturday's run-off, people < f Texas: My L juidrtssin^ this Em to you is that fErinC ,ll<' reC®"t I has been frequently L'newspapers, and 1 others, in which I have been sever- j |(y spokesmen tor Krs Ferguson, and L at this time there (L jrreat re joicinflf fit Lined hy them 'a de- ft Klux Klan.' r the recent primary lection from the the Ku Klux Uat those spokesmen L referred to have Le then 1 consider the | of around 376,000 American voters for fyles for which the Ku , stands a very great come and go. Juals are born to die. [and principles live on men live on thru i the stronger fight j principles. rinciples of the Klan jed on patriotism of jtry and respect to its Klan stands for the j of church and state; Situation of the free iools; for the limita- [immigration (allowing dy so fast as ...

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

ii '.. WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER, 4 IE24. !; lijs I I V I I \ GOOD NEWS! Our Prices are Much Lower Thai in Former Seasons Through earnest efforts throughout the summer months we have made purchases from manufacture wholesalers on :i basis that guarantees you a saving of at least twenty per cent and on some merchandise to forty per cent. This is a season that there should l>e cooperation by everyone and we assure you that we shall work 1 give you the best values of our history. Your business wil be appreciated greatly and every customer will individual attention. We have just received large shipments completing every department for this fall season, and we invjk to come in and make yourself acquainted with the new styles, late materials and, especially, our LOW PRW Here are Prices than Mean the Best Merchandise at a Guarantt Saving to You Big Special $16.75 and $19.75 newest styles, silk dresses, $13.75. Silk dresses, September prices, $6.95 and $9.75. Wool dresses, $4.95, $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

I Mn T V tiotem an fflittttgbflro ttetk in ptm. jpTxTv^NO- 50. irsciiooLS HAVE LARGE ENROLLMENT The Winnsboro schools open- I the first week with a high hool enrollment of 179 and elementlary enrollment of. The high school enroll- Mt during the first week a ar ago was 163. We confiden jpr expect tlu high school Enrollment to go over two hun- ted this year. The new commercial depart Bent is proving very popular. ea nave enrolled for the jokkeeping course, and forty- Befor the stenography course, he school board has authoriz- the purchfti.se of four more typewriters which will give us iwelve. Mrs. Shelby reports that al more pupils have enroll- j in the first j.nd second year Home Economics classes that (lie has equipment to accommo- hte. . these conditions very clearly dicate that l>oys and girls will ke advantage of opportunities get practical training for ife's work when these oppor nities are offered, and Winns is doing everything she to furnish to her boys and the very best op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY WBW8 THURSDAY, SEPT. 11 I •J5M : •*'1 mjm I • I I "AUTUMN" MILADY'S CHAPEAU —that seaion made glorious with ripening grain, browning nuts, and the As nature turns from green to gold, and scarlet, and brown, we mortals, nature, put on the new. Every department in our store is an interesting picture, being aglow with new and seasonable merchan- dise. Each new day brings some new thought in new and novel cre- ations. Piece Goods that are delightful. New Fabrics, new Colors, new Pat- terns and Designs, and all New, Clean Merchandise. Table Linens, Bed Linens, and every wanted fab- ric for the home use. Bob White's shrill whistle, is her®, too, must change our coats, and, like Surely Milady will be de- lighted with our Fall show ing of Millinery. The sha- pes are so attractive, the colors so alluring, and the trims so smart, and last but not least they are so attractively priced. Let our Milliners show you our many smart creations at— $5.95 $6.95 $9.85 $11.85 $12.45 Dain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

airplane as AID TO CUPID B, MYRA A. WINGATE r i«. «• s" *>•«< ••«•.> i, holt to W mm Uutlyle," I'D said till' young man us the maid ^1 the HOI* fTre sir, *h« B" e- Went «w«y L the 11:1111 th,# ,n"rnln'-" [*' dociitr win.'.Ml under the lilow, taftrlog '"'"'"'y iiarlx>nMl strunge and un aiectetl eiDofloin. J..V mimren* of the houtt could L but III"1' i l«litlonat Information, t! „f ih.' youiiK ladies Wtti going L, anil listed Miss Ciirlyle to go "? |lW. Miss CurlyW thought It L,'r ,, i ii ci'UVilh 'll!,n H' V«5ljH{{ I'lillill'lil'- lMdtteWr Mian I u time tutile. a% • Nl , |i;iii< <* hi <iv •rtuKlDK the ex Couldn't Kit nnyway, with a brture I" deliver ill o'clock 60 miles £v i ll ink.' every chance, tlidugh." fue drove i" the telegraph olllce and Bt ,1 nii'ss:iu" I" he delivered on M (ruin to Miss t arlyte. 'Will M'ss i.'iirlyle communicate L owiiir lloif? Urgent." [Be Jammed il« " savagely on the Ki-deralor its lie drove away. An un- to, pedestrian cleared his rad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

WlNNSBOItO WBBXLY NEWS THUBSPAY, SEPT. 11_ • /*; r •• i '-it • • i I I I I ■ AM MARTIN JEWELER Fine. Repairing, Clocks Optical Goods. All Won Guaaanteed wm WE ran r-rrsf j 1 MUSIC INSPIRES (SCREEN PLAYERS They changed melodies three tijaes in the photographing ot a single scene of the "Rustle of Silk" a paramount picture fea tuiing Betty Oompson and Con way Tearle. Musicians who supply atmos pheric music on the motion pic* ture sets are well acquainted with the peculiar requirements of their work. They are quick judges of the dramatic tempo of each scene and are even qui- cker to adapt their music to the needs of the moment. But Nick Halter, a veteran picture violinist attached to Herbert Brenon's unit, and his accompanist, found themselves called upon to vary fheir music for a single scene to the ex- tent of using three different melodies of a radically differ- ent nature. Director Brennon is a cham- pion of music on the set. He believes it aids the players and himself. For the sce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

yiNN^uwHQ wwmi,r news thumbs gEPt. u IBORO c. henolrson, 7 SHADY GROVE Do It Now -What money have you g t on hand? Mighty | little? Then the less you have the more reason there j, for you to begin to accupiulat money. Hake what- ever you may have on hand—eyejn if it is only $1.00 Bring or send it to the Fir t National Bank—not to* [ morrow or the next day, or the day after—but NOW just right now. first national IIIN8B0R0, . . . . bank TEXAS irt Weekly News I Bia«r R. Wslr, A YEAR IN ADVANCE u second-class mat- [September 24, 1909, at the iffice at Winnaboro, Texaa, f the act of March 8, 1879. drertisinf rates made known limitation. IPubliRhed Every Thursday kpples 50 cents per bushel, 75cents per bushel, deli- to any part of town. 231. J. IX Garrett. 51. do plain sewing; prices lonable. Mrs. J. H. Ilill, N. Id St. 50 ney Weir left Saturday l China Springs accompanied Mrs. Hert Knight and chil- SCHOOL CHILDREN Will have plenty of time to \see the show at The AMUSU Every Afternoon, Op...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

ill MM 'M' ' ♦ ;su| WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, SEPT. II KM KEPT HER ADIf TO GO SAYS MRS. MINTER Uedirti That If It Had Not Been for Andre's New Medicine She Would Still Be in Bed 4 "If I hadn't gotten Karnak i- Ihrve weckl ago when everything • el.se had failed me I firmly believe 1 would still be in bed," declares i Mrs. W. 0. >linter, MI3 W. Eighth , • St.. Oklahoma City. •j "Stomach and kindey trouble J had .made me ulinott a complete wreck. 1 had dieted and atarved and taken mcdiciues without a particle of benefit. My stomach seemed as sore as a boll. I had awful pains through my back and was so nervous I could not get anv restful sleep. "Hut two bottles of Karnak has me feeling like a new person. I am now up and able to get about, my strength is returning every day and L, feel Uue. Karnak is wonderful." Sold By I. J. Kendrick •fw STANDARD CLUB Build Up Your Strength With Winteramitn '* For 1(6 year* the standard I fly for Chills, Fever and A ire has I , rem- I> nKue ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

HOME fEET HOME WINW8BQRQ WEEKLY NiCWS THURSDAY. SEPT. 11 t/t.tut/ A#® M*«t«CT M4 AMPUL IT iWr THAT *0 MUCH ObU« • AA IT If TH • I can't n«UAft OUT WHO Vvi 9EIN KISSING/ I P« *Y * o wewt< v©u • ONI.V „ FUTILE ■9 TASKS FACT THAT fy>W! **■ * *> .1 A IkiHf bilMC'H tY GOOI> MAN TO HIS REWARD Hopkins Co. Echo) i T .Russell, pioneer «jtiz«*n of llopkins [died Saturday morning Ihome of his daughter, |E Walters, on Connal- L after a lingering ill- fmany months. Russell was a native county, and would «,i 67 years old today, flived. He lived in Wood [until after his marriage i Pemielia Jane Alvis j county 41 years ago i after this he moved lent home near Winn , has lived there till . Besides his wife, he [ two children, Horace J of Winnsboro, and Mrs (Walters of this city, j life Judge Russell be- i member of the Baptist and has been loyal to Jiings ever since. He i a member of the ma- iternity and also the |W. i been a successful fi and had accumulated able property in this food c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 September 1924

yyyrgi.Y N1WB THVK&PAV, SKPT.JI iifj lit \t Hr8 *\m it ! 9wH . Time To "Suit Up" Winter time is coming and with winter we will nead some heavy clothes. Nothing makes a person feel better than to have on good, new clothes that fit well and wear well. Pitham Suits, Craddock t and Speedweel Shoes, Criteion Shirts and Cooper Underwear Will surely make anyone feel good. We have a complete stock of all these lines in the new and stylish modes. Yju can't go wrong by cominyr in to look at them. Once you see them we feel sure you will buy. For the accessories to match that muke one look "dressed up"' we have a new stock of DRESS GLOVES, SOCKS, HATSr AND TIES And more than that we have the famous, Sure-Fit Cay Mullinax & Weathrrby Everything for Men Winnsboro,'Texas lit 11 if ■I Miller & Davis Service STATION SERVICE FIRST You ran buy dependable merchandise at a reason- able cost and get the best'service possible at our sta- tion. We can sell you tires that more people ride on tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

/ ITf Mtfi 'a tooz Mukin XIV. NO. r>l. WINNKIumri u/™, — D SCHOOL ORCHESTRA „e of the groat needs of the nsboro high school is a school orchestra. The re- n influence of good music well recognized by most I that it is unnecessary to USS that phase of the ques The four years required e adolescent boy or girl I* high school is to them a period of time, it is the of life when one desires e free from care and live (for the sake of living. Un- something is put into sch life besides monotonous many boys and girls be- ne restive under the task have a desire to break a- from school and get out more exciting conditions fe. A high school orchestra mid be one means of furnish- wholesome diversion for Hn and make school liftt more active. Not only would the orchestra | of great value to the school it would be available to churches and other organ of the town for special ions. In this way it could [made to servo the entire com pity. Richards, the director of I Winnsboro band, will direct ! or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

if flE,, "f ;; vf' $>• ,1 m ■ m** 1 i * astl ■■ \\ l.N.NSUOKO WKKhl.V NKWS SEPT. 1 . HM. INTRODUCING THE NEW ENGUSH LOOSE FITTING I SUITS FOR FALL An Enviable Showing of Fall's Newest Suits The new loose fitting Knglish suits are here! The il- lustration above shows you the ditferent style and how becoming it is. Look at the picture—then, picture how well dressed you will look, attired in a similar model. " We have the finest and most complete showing of Men's and Young Men's suits that we have ever carried and it will be decidedly to your advantage to look them ovfit. Lots of snappy patterns as well as fine Blue Seiges in the famous Middieshade make. All priced at very close margins of profit. $19.50 $24.50 $29.50 $34.50 i New Shirts From "Manhattan" and Other Well Known Makers are Here — Priced Right —Color is the key to style—lightness in shirts this season and the new Manhattans, Ides and Skylines offer* a wonderful choice featuring Poudre Hints, Greys, Tans, Lavenders in pin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

WINNSBOBO WEEKLY NEWS hkpt 1h, 1924. CLOSING OUT COST SALE BEGINNING FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19th f Beginning Friday, September 19, and continuing* as long as the merchandise lasts, we will sell any and every- thing in the house, merchandise and iixtures, at Actual Cost to Us. To show you we mean just what we say, here is our cost mark and you can see for yourself: MARVEL FITZ X jj 1 2 34 56789 0 Repeater Nothing will be reserved as we really mean to Quit Business. You will find here a complete line of Groceries and Dry Goods, such as Overalls, Shirts, Underwear, Hose, Towels, Cheviots, Outings, Bed Ticking, Bleached and Unbleached Domestics, Ginghams, all grades; Percales, Toilet Articles, Dresses, Rain Coats, and many other articles too numerous to mention. You will save money by buying a year's supply of this merchandise and stretch this short cotton crop as far as possible. Don't wait for your neighbor to get all these good things for as any item is sold out we will not have it again f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

* i, ■$ m. rS EK WLNIiSKOItO WEEKLY N1SVYS SEP!'. 18^1924. Fine Repairing, Clocks SAM MARTIN JEWELER What's Wrong Here? I "What'H Wrong Here?" Keep your clothes well Pressed. —an old suit well cleaned and pressed is better than a new one wrinkled. —nearly everybody in Winnsboro uses Robinson. -you will do wisely by using Robinson too, Chas. Robertson Good Clothing "elusive but w>t Expensive SOME SINGINGS SACRED HARP SINGING J. W. Cain received this week a card from W. M. Hull at Pitts burg which stated the Sacra Harp singers had been invite< to attend an all-day singing a Mt. Pleasant on the fourth Sun day in September. Mr. Cain says a large crowd will go from Wood County. DISTRICT SINGING CONVENTION The district singing conven tion of precinct No. 4 will meet at Perryville the third Sunday in September. Everybody has a special invitation to attend -Donnie Mae Lindley. SINGING SUNDAY WEEK Next Sunday week is the reg ular time for the monthly sing- ing, which meets at the Metho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

Do It Now _VVhut money huve you got on hand? Mighty | yttle? Then the less y°u have the more reason there i5 for yo t0 1,e8fin to accumu,ut money. 'Hake what- I r you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00 Bring or sc>n<l it to the First National Bank—not to- I ^row 01 the next day, or the day after—but NOW „jU8t rifflit now. first national bank WINN8B0R0, • • • • TEXAS rthodist Sunday school f 9:45 next Sunday. Show f colors. Be on of us. „ and Mrs. J. H. Cooper [Saturday for Fredrick Ok- Jtve you made the Folger |ee test? R. L. Taylor and 5. , nice lot of regular 25 c gingham, 15c Gibson ; your grocer 1 soda water. for "Big Jhey are going fast at Proc- |i Quitting Business Sale. Saturday Specials I band cup & saucer 19c band plate 19c. P. P. Martin lave you made the Folger pee test? R. L. Taylor and 5. Two counters regular 25c bookfold gingham reduced to 19c. Gibson Bros. You get the most for your money in "Big Jim" sodawater. Proctor Bros Co. will quit business and a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. 118. 1924. 1 I I I I 1 I H ;vr < , i « ® • * I Mm V ! • ;&'T« H iff®? IP Ul'' jy* iAitf fe ff ■ jBp'- wito we mwe wmm AMUSU THEATRE Mon. & Tues. World's Happy In the Thrill-a-Minuto I $& rust? smile mus =i ] UNIVEHSALS BEST COW- BOYS ENTER RODIO Fifteen of the Universa Ranch riders, expert horsemen and rope twirlers, who are con spicuous in all Universal Wes tern pictures, are happy. They're going to Pendleton Oregon, with lloot Gibson unc Edward Sedgwick. Hoot is going to nuike a pic ture in the town whero he first | gained fame and a start in the moving pictures. He won the world's championship in the an nual Pendleton Ilodio savera years ago, and in several of the ! events he has remained undis puted master. He will attend this year's big round-up of the West in September with his en- tire gang. Sedgwick will direc him in "Let *Er Buck!" with Marion Nixon and Josie Sedg wick in the feminine roles. The fifteen riders include Tommy Grimes,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

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