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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 September 1924

Mm i. j • i'l'fr km' I I I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. IS. 1924. HARMONY Well, after being absent from these columns for two weeks, 1 am back on the job again. On Monday morning. Septem- ber 1, dad and myself hit the road for Wolfe City, Texas, to pick cotton and get rich. We passed through the following places: Pickton, Como, Sulphur Springs, Brashear, Cumby, Commerce, South Sulphur, "Chigger Riddgo" and Aber- joyle. While we were stopped in Sulphur Springs, I roade the Hopkins County Echo a short call. The editor, Mr. John S. Bagwell puts out one of the best, neatest and most up-to- date county newspapers in Tex- as, full of all kinds of good reading matter. We arrived at the place where we picked cot- ton, five miles south of Wolfe City, better known as the black land belt, at about 9:30 o'clock and started pulling the staple at about 3 o'clock that (Mon- day) afternoon. We had a nice place to stay nice things to eat and this correspondent showed these black-land folks how peo- p...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

/H/y> ) IK f tllimtfrborg Buhl® SIV' N" ^ ~ mXN.SIiOHO, WOOD COUN1Y. '■. y~ sKIT. M. jST"^ fHIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION $1.25 PER YEAR. HOLDS INTERESTING MEETING DON'T RESTRICT EDU- CATION TO THE RICH 9KTHI4AST TEXAS FAIR ■The News has received^ copy itttaloguc of the Northeast J, Livestock and Agncul- mI Fair, to be held at Pitts- Octobei' 11th to 19th. A list of premiums are of- on the various products the farm, livestock, cattle, and the amusements are misted to be the best. Thur October 16th, has been Jgnated as Wood county |The Franklin county fair V| be held at Mount Vernon Crsday and Friday, October land 10. Y.'W. M. SOCIETY |The Young Woman's Society in a very enthusiastic iting Tuesday afternoon fifteen present. We were to have Mrs. Sam Martin .. us. We have a very inter- ring sturdy of the Bible, and the members seem deeply .ested. Mrs. Mona Carpen- , our superintendent of study dies the lessons in a very manner. Our society sent uantity of soaps to the Vir- K. Johnson Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

t I i' Service Station A Service Station is called a service station merely 4 because it is supposed to give service. The tefm is generally applied to automobile filling stations which have come to be known as service stations. The Quick Fill Station is a service station and we give service. —It is our desire to trept all our customers as courteous as possible and to give them the best ser- vice possible. You will always find us ready to serve you in every way that we can. Winnsboro Quick Fill Station I Service with a Smile EDWARDS JULIAN EXHILARATING EFFECT A bottle of Herbine on the shelf at home is like having a doctor in the house all the time. It gives instant relief when the digestion gets out of order or the bowels fail to act. One or two doses is all that is necessary to start things mov- ing and restore that fine feel- ing of exhilaration and bouy- ancy of spirits which belongs only to perfect health. Price 60 c. Sold by the Uexall Drug Store. Sick Headache "I have used Bla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

uittk has one Sank in platform oP, candidate Says it Con- °iis Governor's Oath GEORGE § I Ittki,, Hj in. rllinrii n d. If ikil G. BUTTE MAKES STATEMENT tin Texas, Sept. 20,— ! on"' <'• Hutte' Ko')ub,i- SJdidate for . Governor, nut the following state- Bl carrvinK Ma platform declaration of principles. , he is not and never ' i^ii a member of the , and that he will never Jinvthing to do with it; die constitution guaran- religious liberty and se- G.v 0f person and that it is red "and 1 will enforce them uttermost limits of my is statement addressed to t people of Texas," follows: lough my name as candi- K for Governor of Texas is the Republican ticket, i am injy this race as a Texan ns an American. I have no ideal ambitions. Ten years I dedicated my life to the i of Teaxs in the less con- ous, but equally honorable of education. I would pro- have never resigned m.v Ion as dean of the law sch at the University of Texas, jriven ill) the work and the iations 1 love, to plunge 0 the ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. 25, 1924. ifP'f 11 ; M' 3 J fc 'i S Pit I V | i:t; I I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Do It Now —What money have you grot on hand? Mighty little? Then the less you have the more reason there is for you to begin to accumulat money. Hake what- ever you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00 Bring or send it to the First National Bank—not to- morrow or the next day, or the day after—but NOW —just right now. METHODIST CHURCH Next Sunday will begin our i series of sermons on the Metho- I'fhe sermons will not be deliver- Thes ermons will not be deliver- ed in an argumentative spirit, but in the spirit in which they are prepared and for the pur- pose, namely: As a means of instruction to our people in gen- eral, and especially to our young little ads FOR SALE—Syrup mill and pan. Write or see me at once. Walter Lyle, Winnsboro, 4. Rt. 52 FOR SALE—My home place 2 miles west of Winnsboro on Sulphur Springs road; 47 1-2 acres, pood 6 room house, plen- m_ . ty water, good pas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

and carry t can't every des- chased will t that paid Clean—Moral—hducational—Entertaining j\MUSU THEATRE Always Good Show—Let's Go! to-day only knrsday af^-rnoon and night the to the (iolden Gate entertainment clas- Htat's IISTIN tSNUM IN 'lENTUCKY Ins s! Fights! Indians! If agon Trains! Every- ing to givethe whole fam a delightful hour's en- tainment. —ALSO— WILL ROGERS IN "The Cowboy Sheik" Two-reel Comedy Admission —10c and 25c J f friday ONE DAY ONLY ADVENTURE! LOVE! ROMANCK! WILLIAM RUSSELL IN "WHEN ODDS ARE EVEN" It is a romantic adven- ture drama that takes in half the world before the final fade out. The action leaps from the Golden ga- tes to the South Sea Is- lands where William Rus- sell displays a new phase of his talent, Dorthy De- Vore, Frank Beal, Lloyd Whitlock and others equal- liy well known in motion pictures, have prominent x'oles in this production. —ALSO— "SNUB" POLLARD "THE IWALKOUT" Special Two-reel Comedy Admission .. >10c and 25c. saturday Mix and Tony i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

■il .■J A it r l I; I Mr —era v.• / WINNSBOHO WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. 25, 1924. HARMONY Otis Right was in Mt. Pleas- ant Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Anderson of Forest Home spent the week- end Vith relatives here. We tailed to report last week that Carl Nichols is in Dallas and has a position with the Star Cash Stores. Otis Right and Maples Uoss returned to Pecan Gap Satur- day night, where they will pick cotton. Forney Wilcox and family of Wmnsboro spent Sunday after- noon in this community. I don't believe that it has been stated through these columns that Forney has bought the Charley Davis restaurant and is ready to sell you your dinner when in town. If the good people of East Texas continue to move to the west, this country is going to be blank in a mighty short time Amos Wilcox and family, Cor- bin Hood and family. I£dd Green and family, Ben Grimm and family and Jim Lee and Marvin Hryce have gone. Sunday school had very good attendance last Sunday, but on account of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

—-^J*1™880110 WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. K 1924. "Perfect Satisfaction depends upon Proper Application" PRODUCT well chosen ... tints to suit. . . quality that can bo depended on to develop all the beauty that a home can get from the use of Paint, Varnish or EnameL But bear in mind that correct application of Paint, Varnish or Enamel is equally as important as the quality and suitability of the product Thousands of Devoe users every- where daily avail themselves of Devoe guidance in the most scien- tific and effective application of Paint and Varnish Products. If you want to know, ask us. Our advice regarding proper appli- cation of Paint and Varnish Prod- ucts is always practical and reliable ... founded on five generations of Devoe Experience in satisfying all requirements of the user. If you -want Paint or fami'iA Information baud on 170 Yt«rt' lifxttrmt — Check and Mail Csupon. DIVOB * RAYNOltM CO., INC, 101 F.H.. fc, N.„Y..k Sc*d m« booklet* on how the* following tof(*cr* •iwiiM b* p*la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 September 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPT. 25, 1924. 8$$ ft'.<{■> # ■A : ! !®« M I m ■ ■■) if ! I I ti': BP ;l WEE | I I I I 1 J \ I I 1 I P i" ' If jg if f ffi; \ i v THE ENTERPRISE' MIGHTY FALL SELLING CAMPAIG v I Irt s Jmk/i) This is an Honest-to-Goodness, Cleai Cut, Get-More-Business Campaign Sound business judgment absolutely demands this fearless resolution to sacrific profit. Work for quick sales, cooperate with our several thousand of customers i giving them the greatest value in years. Conditions leave us no alternative. Thisi^ a season when Prices Rule Supreme. Friends and customers will favor us with a good portion of their Fall busines Sales will be made to people twenty and thirty miles around. Our volume will 1 large. Our profits small. Our sales quick. Everybody will be benefitted and made happier. We have gone into this proposition with a full determination there will be no disappointments. It is just the time people need values most and here is just the class of merchandise ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

Mrs T U Bozeman pittwsijjfltjoi NO. 1. iciion WINNSBORO, WOOD COUN1 V, T..XA.\ tth in TO keep mrs. fERUUSON'S NAME Off WB • general election ballot is refused OCT. 2, 1924. *1.25 PER YEAR. , Sept. 29.—Mrs. Mi- Ferguson today won step i the C(,urt, fi" •ve her disqualified as lie nominee for gover- iTexas. An injunction to name off the ballot 1 by Judge George C. the Fifty third dis- Ct held that Mrs. Fer- |ii qualified in every way I the office, and that the d common law disability women in office deoes with Mrs. Ferguson points. lie said first J plaintiff had power to 'he suit under the status i court had jurisdiction, II other questions Mrs. won. j common law princi- . which the plaintiff, jM. Dickson of San An- frelied were said by the I to be obsolete in this and he could find no in either the Texas Btion or the statutes j state which denies the t rijiht to hold oifice. pints in the case con- [ three days and a half k, Judge I. W. Stephens , Worth represented the [f, and eight a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

SI wSBII WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCT. 2, 1924. ; t' ■ wm J ■ | i' ■ ft' ■ sn If ><■ i < ,:(■'? Wrfe I If ft Service Station A Service Station is called a service station merely because it is supposed to give service. The term is generally applied to automobile filling stations which have come to be known as service stations. The Quick Fill Station is a service station and we give service. —It is our desire to trept all our customers as courteous as possible and to give them the best ser- vice possible. You will always find us ready to serve you in every way that we can. mm inn mm mmw Winnsboro Quick Fill Station Service with a Smile EDWARDS JULIAN STAR'S LIFE JUST ONE DISCOVERY AFTER ANOTHER Actress in "Flaming Youth" lias Risen to top in a Rapid Succession of Jumps EXHILARATING EFFECT A bottle of Herbine on the shelf at home is like having a doctor in the house all the time. It gives instant relief when tho digestion gets out of order or the bowels fail to act. One or two do...

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

—-« VVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS (OCT. 2, 1924. X ie Man Wearing The Jaunty, Loose Fitting Suit, Is The Man of Good Taste 'English styles seem to dominate the Fall modes for men, and surely lhe\ are smart Wg and comfortable. They are not hard to keep in good shape due to their loose ■M? lines. They are correct, because they are universally worn by the host dressed (following make elothes are to be found in our store, and each suit is the la^l *1 in style correctness, fabric quality col )i\ tailoring and price. stein bloch 39.50 44.50 49.50 ISAAC FALLER—FRAT-MIDDISHADE 24.50 29.50 34.50 Stacy-Adams, Packard and Robert?, Johnson and Rand Shoes selection from this offering of shoes and you can rest assured, thai > u are pthe very best to be had in the way of footwear. They art all Ieathei, ie wo 'v piP lK the best, while the prices are unequalled. Blacks, tans, browns, «im ius. < and calf shoes and oxfords |S>95 6.95 7.45 • 9.85 12.50 13.50 14.85 Manhattan and skyline shirts kth' *!...

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

UliSNSBOKO WfcKKLY NEWS OCT. 2, 192-1. Jm I I I Pptlf I H ,1 ;t mw&t Winnsboro Weekly News Homer H. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(|3, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates made known on application. WIIY NOT A GOVERNMENT BUILDING Since Winnsboro has taken such a big step ahead of the other towns in this part of the state by building a fine City Hall, it seems that we ought not to stop here. One big step always calls for another, there fore there is no reason why we should not put in our requisi- tion for a Federal Building. We may not be successful but The News is inclined to believe that Winnsboro can get a gov- ernment building if we work hard enough. Saturday was a very nice day in Winnsboro. There were many people here to buy their goods. A number of people from other trade territories are coming to Winnsboro to pur- chase their goods. The Wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

winnsboro weekly NEWS ™-r •> ,9.H ~ —— ' ' **■*' Fine Repairing, Clocks '& Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Do It Now Just received a new (shipment of aluminum ware. Bring your tickets. W. C. Dodgen Co. While goods lust they are go- ing at wholesale price at Pro© tor's. —What money have you got on hand? Mighty little? Then the less you have the more reason there is for you to begin to accumulat money. Hake what- ever you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00 Bring or send it to the First National Bank—not to- morrow or the next day, or the day after—but NOW —just right now. II it is a new suit we have them in the new colors. Camp- bell's Big Five. FIRST NATIONAL WINNSBORO, . . . BANK TEXI8 doctors amazed At the results of Blair's Nq 7 Herb Tonic, they have always known the value of Herbs, but the quick certain results of this old, new improved tonic is no- thing short of marvelous. 7 doses takes all the bloat- ing and gas off the stomach, makes the food digest by sup- p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

;1 NORTHEAST TEXAS and AGRICULTURAL FAIR Pittsburg, Texas Get Ready for This Big Fair! Free Parking Space! Hippodrome Acta at the Grandstand Day and Night! Tearle-Duffield's spectacular fireworks, nightly features—Bombardment of Ft. Mc- Henry.the Head-on-Collision,Spirit of Child- hood, Barney Google and Spark Plug, Back from Spirit Land, and other Thrill's. Jno. Frances Shows—30 Cars. One of the biggest and cleanest shows ever exhibited in the Southwest. Band Concerts, by The Junior A. & M. College Band day and night. Thearle- Duffield's FIREWORKS Octocer 14 to 19 REDUCED RAILROAD RATES New and Novel Livestock, Agricultural Textile and other exhibits. FREE All School Children admitted FREE on opening day, October 14th, at front gate, when accompanied by their teachers. It's Your Fair, So Be There. Write for Catalog. F. W. MADDOX, Secy .-Mgr. 1 M -WJA1.I V* M«Mf MfMI >Af/"Vl'/.'Vf >.\rm MMiWiFf nirut t> I >1 n\<i I I >yv hvfoytix j hmwm HARMONY hHmer Francis le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

5 WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS OCT. 2, 1924. \e MB i.iiillllllfl WHIT!; ENAMEL ■ iifmrnni till Vv •d 'uMk M The Enamel that Enriches the Beauty of the Home 7/Mt f . '•HE value of an enamei is de- j*. termined not only by its original beauty—but also by its durability. Will the colors hold their freshness? Will the gloss and brightness last? Devoe Mirrolac Enamel is radi- antly beautiful when applied and for a long time afterward in wear. Purity of tone and color is assured by the use of a snow-white b.uje, treated with the purest of tints to develop beauty, strength and per- manence of color. The murky room... that gloomy corner. . . that cheerless piece of furniture. . . make them all bright and be.uitiful again with Devoe Mirrolac Enamel. Durable, sanitary, ea:;i!y washed... supreme in quality as well as charm. Roniember... the quality of the product determines the kind of a job you get Jf you -want Pain or famish Infornitilon batrj on 1,0 I'.itn' l.xptntnee — Clink ami Mail Coupm,. DltV...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 October 1924

Wtl "" $ 9 wmm 4 3 ■p '/ All-Tear Utility at Lowest Cost The Tudor Sedan body type—now widely popular—was created by the Ford Motor Company. Into it has been built all the utility that any light-weight closed car can provide. It it comfortable, roomy and con- venient, easy to drive and park, and instandy adapted to varying weather conditions. Coupe ■ ■ $823 For dor Sedan 688 FuDy Eqummd Runabout - <265 Touring Car 293 Rim* THE UNIVERSAL CAR You can buy any WordCmr by making a i mall dawn-payment and arranging *ary term* for the balance. Or you can buy on the Ford Weekly l*urcheue Plan. The Ford dealer in your neighborhood will gladly explain boih plane in detail WINNSBORO Wi.SKLY NEWS OCT. 2, 1924. ft CARD OF THANKS W«- wish to thank our many friends who were so kind and gtflierous, who contributed so liberally their assistance during the long illness .and ultimate death of our dear father. We thank Dr. Dickey and Dr. Baber and we especially thank Dr. Duke for his untiring effort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

<rt ittttdWia X ctus. UNCEMENT OF CO-OPERATION MARKETING SYSTEM WINNSBORQ WOOD COUNTY TEXAS, THIJRS. OCT 9. 11.25 PER YEAR. Club Notices \dd i ess by Secretray Hoo- Before the American Dairy Federation Ivish on this occasion to a certain phases of co- tive marketing, and to lay . voU for your considera- . some suggestions that L|| make for the advance- of our whole marketing Please observe that Hg strictly a nonpolitical Irish to state an the outset firm faith that the future V marketing of agricul- I products lies in the larger jopment of the coopera- fprincipli'. 1 believe the time I come when we must^ take ^ and definite steps in its Jer development. ben we consider the substi- i of the new agency of dis Etion for the old one, we are Jering a business proposi- fnot an emotional or a po- one. The worn " cooper a- carries no magic in the i of goods; it must justify as purely a commercial ition. The suewess of any leting agency must rest at i on the foundation that it |mobilize e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY f>:EWS, THlHSDAY OCT. S n 'l- 4 ,<?■* I I Service Station A Service Station is called a service station merely because it is supposed to give service. The term is generally applied to automobile filling stations which have corny to be known as service stations. The Quick Fill Station is a service station and we give service. —It is our desire to trept all our customers as courteous as possible and to give them the best ser- vice possible. You will always find us ready to serve you in every way that we can. Winnsboro Quick Fill Station Service with a fcimile EDWARDS JULIAN VIEWS IN BRIEF s uughtered to make an A- merican holiday—Jimmy Mur- y h .Toe Buyer. Dario Resta an; nearly a dozen other vio- lin.:. of automobile I speedway m ig in the good year 1924. Take away the probability—al- most certainty—that one or more driver will be killed or maimed, and speedway racing iK a tame sport. The prospect ■>(' witnessing a tragedy is I what draws the crowds. Has' no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

WINNHBOR' liKLY NEWS, THURSDAV OCT. . f'-'ow On In Full Elast! Come In and See Our entire stock is included in this sale. We are not going out of business, neither are we offering our stock of Merchandise at Wholesale Prices. We want you busi- ness and we are trying to show you how to make your money go further. Not some of our prices. Dry Goods 36-in brwn domestic, regular 20c for 15c. 36-in llmwn domestic, ftegular 15c for 10c. v 36-in Bleaching, regular 2oc for 19c. Fast color Book-fold gingham, reg. 2f>c 15c Fast color Book-fold gingham reg. 25c 19c 20c Outing, 17 1-2 25c Shirting 19c. Ready-to-Wear We have just received complete stock of Ladies' coats and dresses that we are of- lot ing at greatly reduced prices throujyn this sale. Banging from $<1.45 to $39.50. You will find this material to oe an extra good grade and at prices that are excntir.n- i.llv lOV. Men's and Boys Clothing The well known Ilait Schaftoer & Marx, Palmer and Kay clothing are in ' iir lire All r...

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