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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY V NEWS <OCT. 2, 1924. Oil , |i Winnsbirt Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor . Published Every Thursday *7.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(|9.,at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates made known on application. PRIMA DONNA WITH • STATE FAIR REVUE STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP Management, circulation etc., • required by the act of Congress of August 24, I\)12, of the Winnsboro Weewly News pub- lished weekly at \Vmnsboro, Texas, county of Wood, for Oc- tober 1, 1924. State of Texas, county of Wood. Before me, a notary pub- lic in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally ap peared Homer R. Weir, who, having been duly sworn accord- ing to law, deposes and says that he is the editor and pub- lisher of the Winnsboro Weekly News, and that the following is to the best of his knowledge, and belief a true statement of the ownership, management etc of the aforesaid publication for date...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

WINNSBORO WKEM.Y NgWS. THURSDAY OCT. . martin jeweler ssss Fine Repairing, Clocks '& Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Do It Now _VVhat money have you got on hand? Mighty little? Then the less you have the more reason there | i4 for you to begin to accumulat money, 'flake what- ever you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00 Bring or send it to the First National Bunk—not to- morrow or the next day, or the day after—but NOW -just right now. first national IINN8B0R0) • • • • bank TEXAS my hours finning October 1, library i will be from 1 to 5 p. m. lead of from 2. to 6 p. m. Librarian. your grocer sodawater. for "Big ain white cups and saucers, per set, Saturday at Davis riety Store. Krs. W. J. Coleman of Min- nas here a few days last i visiting Mi's. T. F. Shelton it you forget! Be at the aboro high school Friday lit, October 10th. You'll be prised at what we can do. don 15c. |Mrs. R. G. Andrews. Mr. and G. C. Mikule, and family, and Roland Butler were [Sherman Sunday. I Jus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, THURSDAY OCT. 9. f NORTHEAST TEXAS LIVESTOCK and AGRICULTURAL FAIR Pittsburg, Texas Get R^endy for This Big Fair! Free Parking Space! Hippodrome Acts at the Grandstand Day and Night! Tearle-Duf field'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 Thrills. 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-- Duftield's FIREWORKS Octocer 14 to 1 REUCED RAILROAD RATES New and Novel Livestock, Agricultural! Textile and other exhibits. FREE All School Children admitted FREE oil opening day, October 14th, at front gate] when accompanied by their teachers. It's Your Fair, So Be There. Write for Catalog. I F. W. MADDOX, Secy. Mgr. IM indl Ser ■ i ' i SHADY GROVE Little Miss Ebunda Ragsdale lias a very sever case o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

OTHING CLOTHING SOME MEN gay the Price is the thing Some say Quality and Fit is the thing, when they buy Clothing- But we say Pri.ce, Quality and Fit too, are essential when you "dress up in that new Fall Suit |Many New Patterns at $13.50 $17.50 $22.50 $24.75 Lid the best all-wool hard finish worsted Blue Serge suit in Winnsboro for $27.50 We don't have to apoligize to you for this serge |t, It is an imported serge made from Australian [ol and is guaranteed to NEVFR .sun fade. Chas. Robinson elusive, but not expensive—where most men buy. T. J. FARMER T. J. Farmer was born in Alabama March 17, l*Ul. mid died September 24th, 132-1. Ho moved with his parents to Mississippi, when Dir. a child whore he |;.-ew to m:u hood. lie was one of t,x brother.; and onu sister, the sister and one bro- iler preceej u Inn* in death, there are foji' brothers living, J. U., now liv i ^ in Colorado, 'ltxas; Z. T. haven,. T.xns; J I., Sweetwater, 1 uxjm ; ir..d M. W., Wiiins' (> ■), Texas. He came wi.h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 October 1924

I * I M' DON'T BE MISLED BY SALES PRICES All our Goods are going at COST PRICE Here is the cost mark-see for yourself. • MARVELFITZX 1 2 3 4567890Mru,H1 STILL LOTS OF GOODS for you to select from and we are not try- ing to make any profit, but will quit busi- ness as soon as we sell what merchandise we have in stock. If you have not been to our store during our Closing Out Sale, your neighbors have been buying goods here at actual Whole- sale Cost, while you have been paying Bar COME AND SEE IF NOT TRUE PROCTOR BROS. CO. W. G. BLAND First Door South Picture Show. W innsboro. iSeo big circulars the Turner Mercantile Company is mailing out this week. Biggest bargain ev nt in j ears. Mrs. W. L. Baber has return- ed from a visit with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Truman Speights of Tyler. Let us sell you your coat, dress and hat. A guaranteed saving with satisfaction. The Enterprise. %e FLORSHEIM SHOE ^HE good looks of the Florsheim Shoe is more than a surface finish— it endures —it is the out- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

, NO. HI ipular Couple Married Friday WINNSBOHO WBEK1.Y NEWS (XTOIIUK 16, 1.24 *1.25 PER YEAR. Sept 10 to Oct 10 Friday evening at 0 ,, Very pretty wedding Jd ut the First Baptist Mr. Bruce W. Edwards juboro was married to Kjcile Sim,.11 of Quitman, ddjiijf wa. a quiet aflair ,s witiu-;by only a stives and friends. The meo. A. Binford of the ; church officiated. ie wedding Dan Fow lave a pn > • • iol.n solo, its accompanied by Miss Benton I' Greenville. Ejent"ii then played the |n{r march. Miss Theodra , entered oinpanied by Ham, ; nd Miss Glenice ■ accompanied by Bryan of Quitm une 111 CORN CROP LATE - — — w ™ w m m w « The Missouri report shows that on the first of the month only 64 per cent of the corn crop was matured, while last year possibly 8:5 percent hud matured by the first of Octo- ber. Practically 75 per cent of Yantis, boy. the crop is matured by now. m. Heed, Following is the list of births Mr. and Mrs. Jeseph F Rush- n Wood county from Septem- ing Yantis, boy. >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. 1< . i i • it- t 4 'M: l.\ wnrw this iwvk stars — SCRATCHED BY BEAR l>oiH Wilson Has (Tussle With Bruin on Arizona Location Several long scratches on face and neck were proudly exhibi- ted by Lois Wilson, Paramount featured player, after a rough and tumble fight with a bear, during the filming of "To The Last Man," a Zane Grey pro- duction, directed by Victor Fleming which comes to the Amusu Theatre today and Fri- day. The bear was one of two cap- tured as cubs by Ztane Grey, who wrote the original story of this fine picture. The scratch- ing occurred while Miss Wilson was playing with the bear which probably did not realize the forec of its love taps. "To the last man," is a pic- turization of the story of the famous Pleasant Valley War, one of the most bitter of the feuds !of frontiersmen which colors the history of the south- west. Besides Miss Wilson, those in principal rol.\* include Richard Dix, Noah Beery, Ro- bert Edeson and Frank C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

SRI to M US tM |e che 13 1-1 lyard 1ft Iractic pig nav; the to (d va want* yellow I he nel Later Idressd 99 lildit' sti'fl FOR fairness jetnis to IxJ P«*"si8- irt to misrepresent the ^jg,, for the recogni- P public school as the „ institution in which without respect of Treed, should be educa- 1 is a rapidly extend- er sentiment favora- L this ideal and its opppn- Lve been stirred to activi- U result editorials are ap * in some daily papers, .«inff the movement, advocates of the public welcome the discussion convinced that the more •biect is agitated, the (he American people the inevitable logic of intention but they do ,t the discussion be fair j and free from preju- % narrowness • •I i..i> 4 • /\n AT of MAS nillustration of the me-, the opposition may be an editorial that ap- , hi The Washington in the issue of October, under the caption* School Not Un-Amer- i in which comment is on a speech by Professor Lore Sharp, of Colum- iversity, made at Atlan- y, in which Professor had c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

* WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, (XT. 16. BUY IT IN WINNSBORO INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE ?JH8 i.Mf 11 A Huge Display OF Winter Merchaneise Now Showing at The Enterprise We realize new, crisp, up to the minute merchandise with sale prices will give us volume this fall We have just restocked nearly every department this week. Pre- paring for the cold weather just ahead. Buy now. We guarantee our prices and our merchandise. See the new things. Buy when selections are good and prices ane lowest. The Enterprise NVINNSHORO, TEXAS. October, 19th, 6 p. ni. Topic,—The Lie Family. Leader,—Blanch Daniel. Song. Prayer. Song. Scripture Readings. Prov. 12:22,—Georgia Cly- de Nichols. Zecli. 6:18,—Donald Grai' berry. Presenting the Lie IFamil. Mr. and Mrs. Deceit, AcU 5:1-11,—Birdie Gist. Mr. Betrayal, Mark. 14:- 43-46,— Raymond Williams. Mr. Denial, Mark 14 :(>()-7L', —Keith Dodgen. Mr. Falshood, Gen. 27 —Fae Coats. Hymn. Sentence Players. Three Gates,—Velma (Iran berry. God's Law. Ex. 20:16,—. Dorr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

W1NNBB0B0 WEEKLY NKWS THrRSPAY. OCT. 1 . Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. AH Work Guaranteed OPFICIAI, STATKMF.NT The First National Hank WINNRROHO, TKXAS Al I 1 CH «« of ItiiHliH-HH Octulier II) mwi Hrnderrd to the Compi roller of tin- Currency RESOURCES |W and Discounts $376,681.10 1,j S Bonds 50,000,00 Building and Fixtures 11,570.00 other Real Estate... 2,243.50 AVAILABLE CASH: ■lihTrtv Bonds $92,900.00 SS! of Exchange 60,818.91 (U and Exchange 323,829.40 477,548.13 liabilities Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits Circulation 196,948.80 19,300.00 DEPOSITS 571,799.11 total $918,012.91 TOTAL , , rh« Above Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier $918,042.91 ft have a special proposition Itchool teachers. Ask lis a- V it. The Kntcrprise. ML! COAL! See V. S. Cas- | for both nut and lump coal. Igoni to Mr. and Mrs. Carl ntherland. Wednesday, Octo- g, twin boys. 1 • ISee us for wagons, buggies, ness, hard'.' are, coffins and bets. Campbell's Big Five. iFivc Dollar-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. !•. ! ) 1 iM I LEGAL METHODS OF SGHATCHIN6 IRE EXPLAINED Austin, October, 11.—Legal "methods of "scratching" the general election ballot, so a Voter may vote a mixed ticket were outlined today by the at- torney general's department in an opinion to John Marshall of Sherman, president of the good go\ ernment Democratic league pf Texas, which is supporting Dr. George C. Butte, Republi- can, for governor. The opinoin *vus written by L. C. Sutton, election expert in the attorney general's department. It would violate the law for a \ oter to scratch the name of a candidate printed in the Dem- ocratic column and write in the place of this candidate the name of the Uupublican colu- mn, even if all the tickets ex- cept the Democratic ticket were marked off, the opinion held. ttut a vote cast in this man- ner should be counted, since the law is directory and not 'mandatory, according to the op- inion. Continuing, the opinion outlined the following legal m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

IS INDUSTRIES „ Phoete K. Warner) W js something else for bovb and girls of *n atiuiv this year. And like fine subject matter 'r composition work and I junior uiul senior high 'English. . -/could be more interest- Pi «nv live Texas boy or %Sn t« know more J what i 80in« on K-hat is *i"g (,°"u in Tex: ■Mil this day Texas and .have been the biggest " cf raw materials in ,don. Men, women and lit- I children have spent tlieii to produce something for 1 to do. They I'.ave done fhwdeKt work that other , in other tates and other n might build great fac- and employ millions of j to work up the raw pro- mised in Texas. [how many people do you _je Texas furnishes a job? IJis We mean how many peo I do you suppose it takes to the millions of bales of . from botli Galveston and ■ton as Texas did this past and make it up into gar- its of every kind and then . it back to Texas and all the world to be used? How topic do you think are , to work the millions ™„ds of wool aiSj mohair [from Texas into ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 October 1924

WINNsBORO WEEKLV NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. 16. H, f I t I • if k * num iJ-fei 372,581.20 60,^18.81 433,400.01 4,100.00 Charter No. 5674 Reserve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Winnsboro, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on October, 10, 1924. RESOURCES I wis and discounts, including redis- counts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsements of this bank except those shown in b and c Customers' liability account of accept- ance of this bank purchased or dis- counted by it « Total Loans Overdrafts, secured . U. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. 'binds par value) $ 50,000.00 Ali other United States Government lecurities (including premiums, if any) — — Total -— - Otlu-r bonds, stocks, securities etc Hanking House Fuaiture and Fixtures R *al estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank Cu,h in vault and amount due from national ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

j/l^o 7 M, /J, . NO. IV IDeekiM ,;l-' it if W COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR COMING OCTOBER 24 AND 25, New Pastor to Preach Sunday i McCrary tax collector •jod county, wil ,r0 Friday and be in Satur- (Vt()|u.r 24 and 25 for the ^ collect!"* State nd «*S 55? Mr McCrary l, he is in tfie aty^ hool information ,1s are starting off fine Jr. The only drawback is 'Stage of text books. Mr. £?? attending to the Mill supply the schools $, a8 possible. It takes f0'ur million books to ' the schools which makes Iprettv biff job- takes time we must lx' patient in the r'il |)0 in the office Satur- , Wd Mondays. Other days be out visiting the schools , as my office duties will pe next county examination lie held December 5 and 6. iers desiring to take the nation should not forget irter on or before the twe day of November preced- |the examination. J. U. Sear tanty Superintendent. hce quarterly CONFERENCE Fourth Quarterly Confer pr the Winnsboro Circuit ! held at Musgrove next lay, Oct.. 25th. The Pre- 'Elder...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THUR8. OCT. 23, 19U V f h' ill I ■ * • mr- I if! 11 ii1 ®«i ; \ FOUR MONTHS REQUIRED TO MAKE ZR-3'8 GAS (By Harry Moses) WOOD CO. EXHIBIT 18 COMPLETE Though the United States twu a monopoly of the world's helium supply, and though the only helium extraction plant in the world is juat north of Fort Worth, this rare, inert gas is not to be had, even for the U. S .Navy, by the mere turning of spigots. It would take four months of work at the United States mul- timillion dollar helium produc- tion plant to inflate the ZR-3, at the present rate of natural gas supply, if there w§s none on baud. If the gas supply from the producing fields was as great as the capacity of the plant it would take one and one-half months to get enough of the non-inflamabie gas to fill the German built zeppelin. May Extend Supply These computations were made Thursday by Lieut. Z. W. Wicks, U. S. N. Officer in charge of the helium plant, /ust how much helium is main- tained on hand he would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

HBHE'STO yo11 dad We happened in a home the nisfht and over the door ^ the legend worked in red, SShat i a home without a Zr?" Across the room was jjthtr brief, "God bles8 our h°IInw what's the matter with Jndbless our Dad?" He gets pearly, lights the fire, boils n eirir grabs his dinner pail „d wipes off the dewy yard JJfo his boot# while many a mother is sleeping. He makes 1 L week I v hand-out for the Etcher, the grocer, the milk- man and the baker, and his lit- tle pile is badly worn before he ! Eg been home an hour. He stand off the bailiff and keeps the rent paid. If there is a noise during the night, dud is kicked in the baek wd made to go down stairs to find the burglar and kill him. Mother darns the socks, it is tnie and does up the fruit, but dad buys the socks and also the fruit, and jars and sugar and they all cost just like the very dickens- Dad buys chickens for the Sunday dinner, carves them himself and draws the neck out of the ruins after everyone else it served. "W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

I If" I... 1 I Ft ft I"i if" 'v fflfc #1 :.w 11 rl M t L*:* If! Wiatsbcrt Weekly Newt Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(|9, at the pos toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates made known on application. That I may Live an Upright Useful Life, and Happy Life 1 Will endeavor, to the best of my ability: 1, To serve God and humani- ty with my heart and mind and strength. 2, To honor my parents, and to be a credit to them at all times. , 3, To be a good citizen of my town, my state, my nation and of the world. 4, To seek for others, and not merely for myself, a happier and more abundant life. 5, To be kind, courteous and unselfish. tl, To be sympathetic with those who suffer, and more tol- erant of the faults of others than my own. 7, To be clean, strong and a- lert, in mind and in body. 8, To be honest, truthful and dependent. 9, To be ambitious but not envious...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

W.NNBBQRQ WEEKLY NEWS THIIWSI OCT. Isea Satin fashl li lit htii Ai a __ THUKS. <KT. 23, 1924 artin jeweler Hv * V v Always at Your Service A check book is indispensa- ble to your bunlneHH. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unnecessary. Serves as a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. U'arn its many advantages by opening a Checking Account with this bank today. first national bank WINNSBORO, TEXAS Hie Hopkins county singers convention will meet ut Weaver on Saturday and Sunday, Oct 26 and 26. ! wo cars of potatoes were shipped from Sulphur Springs last week which sold for $1.50 f. o. I). Some potatoes arc be- ing stored at that place for la- ter selling. Beautiful wool dress mater- | ials 95c to $3.95 yard. Buttons I I r;mmings. Let us help you with your fall designing. The Enterprise. A bologna sausage factory has been started in Gilmer. J. C. Humphreys of Priehett visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mc Whorter this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. T Mattox and children of Palestine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUR8. OCT. 23, 1924 4 f I I ■ MmMnrir inmiias WEBSTER "Life's field will yield as we make it, A harvest of thorns or of flowers." Make your life's field yield a harvest of flowers by boost- ing your community and Sun- day school. Sunday school Vas well at- tended by the children and young people Sunday morning, if the older people are interest- ed they have an invitation to come out and help organize a Bible class next Sunday at 10 a. m. promptly. Miss Clarene Craddock took dinner with Mifts Georgia Holt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Laminack spent Sunday afternoon with his father Dad Laminack. Miss Annie James is visiting her sisters in this community. , Miss Vera Francis of Har- rtiony spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Estelle Frank lirt. i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lyle s<>ent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Ijjee Vaughn. iMr. .and Mrs. Phillips of the Pleasant Grove Community s«nt Saturday night and Sun- day with Mr. Ike Archer and family. Mrs. Myrtle Rountree...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

weekly HE MVIIE STARS Ryt] J0'*0® Oik rre* on d L«£ Oth 11 you i ' n TC r u3 r and i F0\ ting r^KW VIC- (^RIMECE 8 screen nias- KiUinaurice's Auction, "The the famous in the finest ore career, will • the Amusu Thear d y , **mn,n« t Holt, Paramount jj as leading man ■ l« Roche the pop- iim ^ar, now a L paramount stock Is the supporting 0f few pictures celebrated star that ha* a happy libit Featured Eon is by George i*, Ouida Bergere Lnario. Jack Holt 'featured role of a the picture. Charles torated French ac- support as a [wok posinjr as an i Prince. , p-eatest dramatic employed on Itr presented in a pic If hen Pola Negri as branded by the spun [to indicate that she Irty; and the court- where, in order to id from prison iting of the Hindoo she herself did, loj her shoulder and t scar—the brand of , Immediately a riot | the verdict is set a- I (Jowns Worn _lty of gowns is exem Mjnarked degree. The there Miss Negri se- pfoiisseau, afford op- Hor a pageant of fas- |own designed J Greer,...

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