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

WINNSHORO WEEKLY NEWS PEC., 18,, 1124^ t m I' J ,;:L .! ill If El: I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Guaranteed Personal Service There is u service that goes with the deposit and it is the aim ofthe First National Bank to give the best service possible. Business man, Professional man, Far mer, Clerk, you give the service we give. Have you a Bank account? If not. we want you to start one now, we don't care howsmall an amount you start with, we wat you to make the start. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, .... TEXAS INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE Dec. 21. Love Gifts for the King. Leader Evelyn Butler. Silent prayer followed by sen tence prayers. Song, Silent Night. Story, Birth of the King, Mathew 2:1-12., Lorene Cas- sel. Talk by Supt. Story, A jesus Boy, Birdie Gist. All men should honor Him, Doris Craddock. Birth of a Savior have told, Micah 5:1-2, ' Francis Cjump- bell The star of Truth, Psalms, 43:1-5. Ethelyn Smith. God's Supreme Gift: Ro- mans 8:32, Grace Nichols. The Meaning of the Gift, Romans, 6:23, Mo...

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

.WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW, „Kr„ |g> mf Clean—Moral—Educational—Entertaining AMUSU THEATRE Always a Good Show—Let's (Jo! TODAY and FRIDAY Thursday One Day Only [Beautiful Gowns! Dazzl- I jng Sets! HOPE HAMPTON NITA NAXDI/ LEW CODY CONRAD NAOEL Hk* Dv<* froiuclum Woman vs woman! The one, a modern Cleopatria wha steal the romance from happy liven— and calls it lawful larceny. [The other, a wife who steals her methods—and [calls it even. Also-"Box Car Limited." Adults 25c—Children 10c Friday, One Day Only JACQUELINE LOGAN PttlMITTID IV |JUM I USKVl •TARRING WAITED HIERS Hehe's Hiers! That jolly, funny, fat fellow. This time he's an expert at making sodas, lint when it comes to making love- It's a bubbling, refreshing gloom-chasing comedy. With a laugh for every flicker of the film. Jacque line Logan as the girl. — Also — Big Special Comedy —"Hot Air"— A riot of Laughs! Adults 25c—Children 10c SATURDAY Carl Lacmmlc f ,, * « ,7 * UNIVERSAL RANCH RIDERS Directed b, CLIFFORD 6. SMITH *** ...

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

WINNSBORO Vn.y.LY NEWS DEC.. 18, ^2i I I ■ M. E. S. S. NOTES 26(1 present last Sunday. A record breaker. 300 next Sunday. We must have them. We defeated Cooper by 9 points ONLY. Cooper is on her toes. Watch out for next Sunday. We are all working hard. Are you? Last Sunday was very enjoyable. Thanks to the splendid orchestra. Prof. Richards and the pro- gram committee promises great things for Sunday. Every college boy and girl, we expect you. Xmas tree in the elementary department. Send the tots. Our of- fering will go to the Methodist Orphans Home. Make it liberal. Hear the pipe organ, Piano, violins, man- dolins. Guitars, Celo, Drums, Trombone, Melophone. This must be the greatest day of our Sunday school. Think what your presence and cooperation will mean. Program begins at 9:30. Methodist Sunday School Winosbire Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro...

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

__ WINNSHOHO WKKKI.V NEWS I.KC ln, There is yet a few more days of the fast and furious selling at mighty low Iprices. Our stock, you will notice, is still in pretty good shape for your holiday business, and really, we think we will both lose money if you buy elsewhere before giving us a trial if you need anything in HARDWARE, FURNITURE, DRY IGOODS, GROCERIES Etc. Special low prices on Ford tires, tubes, chains, fan belts etc. iliVnr/ Big bargains in horse collars, cross cut saws, loaded shells, Coleman lamps, |pocket knives, razors and silverware, and in fact everything all over the house. H Come to see us often. Your business is appreciated. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE UNIOH LEAGUE Inber 21, 5 o'clock, ct, Love Gifts for the er, Marie Barker. nee prayers. I Birth of the King. |2:1-12, Idris Davis, fi A Jesus Boy, Harold Hi Alf Morris. #ry Gems. ft Supreme Gift,, Roman [Frances Petty. J weary in doing well, 2 |':13, Henrietta Hightow- Jnen should honor Him, |S: 23, Bonnie Lou Dod- For Home...

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

, I ' i «' wmr WINNSBORO '.LY NEWS DEC., 18. 1 24. Extra! Extra!==Wait!! Watch® MAMMOTH SALE The Bi^est Ever Held Here To Open Winnsboro, Texas, Friday, December 19, 9:30 a. m. With the General Merchandise Stock formerly owned by j. b. Roberts Stock Consists of Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishings, General Merchandise, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Underwear =======^^ Christmas Goods, Etc. ========^====i=^ A Splendid and well assorted Stock, and the best that money will buy, all to go on sale in this building at such prices, when we swing the doors back open- ing morning it will be a sight and scene never to be forgotten as long as you live, for positively its the Greatest, Grandest, Broadsided Bonafide Bargain Event and stupendous, stemwinding, startling Sale you have seen since the day you were born. Meet your friends here and come prepared to buy. BB/BBv ^ urns" IS EHKHfeHfl ',! K-1 KSJI LIKE A RESTOC Save Money QOICH ACTKyi IWUTM NOTttlMMSERVtD CflTIXt STOCK COtS t? OF /VLL ® .JFT . • t'-'A ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

J imtsbora mttklri iMctos, XV. NO. 13. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY THURSDAY, JAN. i7lW5 tUCK GROWERS I CALL MEETING te, thel {undersigned fruit truck growers realizing the esaity for cooperative ac- have decided to call all i era in a general get-to- er meeting for the purpose discussing the best crops row, best methods of hand- and marketing same, and other question for the good [the industry. Said meeting held at the City Hall on jday, January 5, at 1 o'- igned by A L Campbell, C >ickson, C W Moore, J W ismith, Emmet Ragsdale, Stanley, Bob Oshields and . Spivey. INS LOCAL PRIZE the home lighting essay s st conducted by the East Us Public Service Co., Miss ftnnis McCrary won the lo- prize, ivory wavette curlers, local committee was com- i of Messre. Farndham, Pa ;k and Church, Ir. Church says it was a job of grading the large nber of essays handed in by young people of Winns- k>. After the committee pass- on three essays they were it to Marshall where they be entered for the distr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY WgWH JANUARY 1, 1 25. * i 0) oo \ *1 LITTLE APS FOtt RENT—Three nouses, Dr Logan's, Dr. Connell's and Mi*. Diamond's, at reasonable reojts. A. A. Lindsey. FOR SALE—A good inule for cash or good note. A. A. Lind- sey. FOP. SALE—Or trade, for a cui or truck or'team, 44 acres 7 miles S. E. of town, 3 room lu'use, barn and 35 acres in cultivation, balance pasture anJ timber. Price $15. per ac- iv. incumbering for $387.50. A A. Lindsey. Fort SALE—or trade for a ho'/fto and lot, car or truck or conti and notes. 40 acre farm, 2 M miles N. of town; about 30 acres in cultivation and batance in pasture, four room hi'Ufie, barn, well, and on pub- lic road. Price $20.00 per acre. A A. Lindsey. FOP. SALE—Good second hand Ford touring car, 1920 model, for $50. E. P. Salmon, rutftc 6. FOP. SALE—Wood for either fwttplace or heater. Phone M. D Carlock FOP. RENT—House. See M. D Oarlock. IX/;->T—In Winnsboro Satur- day', a wrist watch. Finder return to Miss Stella ttofr'd, route 5,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

I —— WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY I, 1925. An Accounting and A Promise! • fl * ill!;; 4 Acquainting the People of Our Growth Thru the Years and the Reasons For It! t ,y ' Vf - * First, look at the chart. Trace the steady, uninterrupted growth of the small venture of 1898 to the big chain of stores through whose service today many of the people of Texas and Oklahoma receive the merchan- dise of the world. • • Now—we are proud of this growth, and thankful for it, but it is not for these reasons that we are so frankly throwing open the records of our progress. The highest type of merchandising today is the science of getting goods into the hands of the consumer at the lowest possible cost. That is the goal for which we have been striving for over a quarter of a century. It is the way to success—and this company by following closely to the rule of, "Goods to the consumer at the lowest cost," has had an amazing growth during the past twenty- five years. Low Operating Expense—Big Volume—Keep Our P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

1mm 4~ V 3 Jk 0) , 00 1 ii WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY I, 1*25 AN APPRECIATION wW To Our Friends and Customers It is well for business that sentiment is finding an ever increasinff place in it To be truly successful it should touch the heart as well as the nun . c P m come to mean an exchange not only of goods but of ideas, which again me e sympathy, a better understanding of one another s needs, and .his . urely to lasting ' ssociation. It is in this spirit that we wish you a very happy and prosperous New Year. We are very glad to announce that we have enjoyed a fine business during 1924. Our loyal friends and customers have made this possible and we sincerely hope that the pleasant relations of the past will continue in the future. -f J Yours to serve, W. C. DODGEN COMPANY WINNSBORO, TEXAS Tupper *4++++ THE NEW LEAF ($, 1124, Weiltrn N*w*|>«p>r Uuton) TTjfT WAS New Year's Day and the 1) snow begun to fat in blustery fashion about the street corners of Mllltown. At the SHiu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

ns k ' u .r'gtel WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY 17EW 8 JANUARY I, 1925. RTIN JEWtLER Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed If you (to"'* stick> y°u &et stuck- Wbat have we done with '24? And How Shall We Use '25? Hie passing of a year is a serious thing, and the begin- ning of another is even more serious. tVe have closed the Chapter called 1924 and we now liegin L a new one called 1925. Our bank is truly grateful for [lie opportunities we have had of serving the community juring the year just closing. )ur plans and our promises are Imsed upon a policy of mu- uul benefit which we believe to be the only logical form if Co-operation. UJAIN! We THANK YOU FOR '24 and WE COVET (OUR CO-OPERATION FOR '25. Merchants & P'anters State Bank "There Is No Substitute For Safety Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Will-1 Good bright Bermuda hay iams of Tyler spent a few days lor sale at Farmer's Cotton Oil here Xmas. I Co. of Dallas were here Christmas day. Roland Butler was here from Smory ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

■ " WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW 'ANUAK\ I, 1925^ 5= 1 I Wfi 1924-1925 We arc going to begin the New Year right. By this we mean that throughout 1925 our merchandise will be marked at attractive prices We wish to thank all for their kind patronage during the past year and extend an invitation for you to call often in 1925. Turner Mercantile Co. (Jroceries — Dry Goods — Feed Clothing I viduifc feminine role, William Powell, Frank Currier, Joe burke, Albert Tavernier and Arthur Ludwig. The picture is being made at the Paramount Long Island studio from an a- daptation by Gerald C. Dufl> of the Cosmopolitan magazine story, "The Maker of Ges- tures," by John Monk Saun- ders. Paul Sloane, erstwhile scen- arist and the director of "A Man Must Live," is handling the megaphone, with Hal Kos- son at the camera. Lillian and Dorthy Gish re turned to New York this week after a trip to Hollywood to attend the Coast premiere "Ilomola." The Winnsboro Weekly News AND The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News Both...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

?-f> iJrapf£**l ^WS :\vs :« Hoti Has feel at hoi | the day in j r?e lobby, lors yoan P Baths v and up. the 'g You j repair- you toori lined WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW 8 JANUARY I, 1M5. IETP 1JEAR MEMORIES By MAfclJ QRAHAK^ BONNER m /'/// 'Mid the New Year, "am so full of memories." "Ah. but how can that be?" asked the Old Year. The Old Year waa Just about to make hla departure. The New Year was just ng and there was no reason for the Old Year to stay around much longer. METHODIST CHURCH m Preaching Services: Last Sunday, we had the delight and profit of two good sermons by itev. Frank Morris. These ser- mons were of great profit to all who heard them. There were two reclamations at the morn- ing hour. The theme for the morning worship next Sunday will he: Beginning Again. The subject (for the evening hour, 6:45 p. 'm. will be, A Vision of a young Man. Let us begin the new year right be attending both of these services. Sunday school: Our church did not remain true to the stan dard last...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 January 1925

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NKWS JANtJARYj* lMfc, 1925 Will be a good year If we make it so Talk it - Think it - Boost it Expect it - But above all, Work for it. Resolve to make 1925 a good year. We are! Are you? Your friends, The Enterprise Happy New Year Our loiiff record of service has enabled 'us to enjoy a (food business during the past year. Eacli year'we strive to improve our service and make our custo- mers more satisfied. The same will be our aim in l 2r>. i Miller & Davis Service Station New Year Greetings We have enjoyed a good business during the past year, and wish to extend thanks to our patrons. During 192"> we hope to continue enjoying prosperi- ty ad wish for all the same happiness. Mullinax & Weatherby The Qnick Fill Station Wishes All Success and Prosperity during 1925 W have enjoyed a juxid business in 1924. We have iaU'd your patronage. We will always strive to do better and better as time goes by. In 1925 it sbaM 1* our aim to give the best service possible ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 January 1925

/// A ~ w T" y-. ¥ ^ A i pa llinttshoro Heck la ^"ctos. VOL- XV. NO. 14. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1925. fruit and thick growers meet A very enthusiastic meeting „f the fruit and truck growers Is tld at the City Hall Mon dav afternoon for the discus- sion of what truck crops to otow the coming year, u i. Dickson called the body to or- der and outlined the object of the meeting. W. A. Naborg ,vas called upon for a speech and his talk on the line of grow in? the very best and offer nothing for sale except high I grade products. After talks by others the body decided tp go ihto organisation. C. W. Moore was elected president, C. T. Dickson vice president and Ar- thur Nichols, secretary treas urer. On motion and second that an advisory board be elected, W. R. Darby, Albert Campbell, J. S. Spivey, J. W. Stanley Joe McAfee. Bob O'Shields and Charley Bellomy were elected. Committee appointed to draw the constitution and by- laws, C. T. Dickson, Ret Dar- by, Albert Campbell, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 January 1925

WINNSBOBO WEEKLY JA- NUARY 8, 1925. won wt Mdw oe stairs REALISTIC WRECK ON SHIP STAGED A shipwreck was staged so realistically in the San Fran- cisco harbor, where the lnce company recently spent a fort- night filming special sea scenes for Thomas II. lnce's "Anna Christie," that the life saving station mistook the activity for a signal of distress and quick- ly sent two big life boats to the rescue. During a dense fog, in which a steamer is wrecked in the col- lision with a derelict barge, Maee Burke, played by William Russell, and several other stokers on the big ship, escape drowning by pushing off in a rowboat. They are later picked up by a coal barge belonging to Old Cris, the father of Anna, around whom the powerful story dramatically unfolds. As Russell lowered the re- maining small boat, spectators began to gather on the shore. When the three men made the jump for the boat before the waves carried it beyond their reach, there was a shout from the people on land. One of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 January 1925

1 WINNSBORO, WEEKLY IMS. >rder holid >y _ ni Moor )n- The °f fire. I hat none Wend to I are his | Us them e" they ie News b drink, nd boot. during an ever ting bet 8 far a- nearby lent of <et Mr. AM MARTIN JEWELER OFFICIAL HTATKMKNT The First National Bank WINN8BORO, TEXAS At th« CIom of Ruslaeaa December 81, 1824, a* Keadered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES LIABILITIES Capital stock - *io°.ooo-oo Banking House and Fixtures 11,870.00 Surplus Fund 1 100,000.00 AVAILABLE CASH: Undivided Profits 73,621.61 i! S Bonds 104,000.00 CoUon w 24,780.64 Circulation 50,000.00 Cash & Exchange 347,300.53 476,001,17 DEPOSITS 560,412.07 Total * ....... $884,034.58 Total $884,034.58 Tha Above Statamant la Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier I)r Uniis Coleman who hasi been visiting here during the' holiday?, returned to his home) in New Orleans this week. Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed I Wiansbere Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 January 1925

WIN to a Wlunsboro thodist of a tew weeks ago. a Ceuper Methodist hag the fol- lowing comment: We believe thai the little town of Cooper can defeat the City of Winnsboro. What do yutt think, Cooper Methodist? Let's not let our pastor be the only oue whu runs tiie wheels off his tin liwy. He needs help aod we must stand by iuni in this, it is not the pastor who vviil be beaten if we let Winna- fo/ro get by us, but it is we- the Methodist* of Cooper who will be beaten. Brother Dab- ut-v lias many true and tried friends in Winnsboro. and we have already found out that thay think lots of him down ther \ and he loves them too, but we Metodists must see that Ojki' church does iU best before we acknowledge defeat at the h *<ida of any place smaller than &ure. The late government cen- Winns and we belMre today that «r lias MO more, as it is a growing town and Wi mis bom is not. Also our report of mem bers to the amiual Conference 52£> member* M> Winnsboro'n 529, and since that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

IE! /I ■r * w itmsbar VOl- ^ * WINTER CARE OF PEACH ORCHARDS FOR EAST TEXAS m ■ ilUUHHHflflHMaiiHHMNIiMMHHHHMHMHHWHHNMMHIMUilMMHMMHnHMnOH jjy ). V. Aleyei. Horticulturist k'2LLT' r ■ tt X. ■■ Ti sjflt |J ' WIWSBdJMi. IWB oec Tlit two major ojmiiiliiflfifi tha* muHt >*' carried out in coii- SSio, with orchard manage „S«, during the wiStar natb ' pruning and the application J'tht dormant sprays for kill- m acak inwjCts. Pruning ajb- i,K-BKary to Btooewiful I I,', . BM ** spruyujg L^ri nff can be (anmitted only taken th* grower is absolutely prUu" 1! at no scale i* preaent ,r |u' orchard While proper pruning is im- ^timt at al' periods in the life of the tret- it ip meet important dur-ite the first three years of ti* tr«'s life If the grower doef not follow a proper system of jirunmp during this forma- | tivt stage of the tree he niav ejcpMf trouble for the remain- der of the life of ti>e orchard. Oi the other hand if the tree is properly formed during the first three years the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

The Texas Qualified Druggists League says: Register^ Pharmacist JANUARY 15, 1*25. WINNSBORO WK A Close Shave The Last. Day By SIDNEY WILDHOLT "One of the reasons why there is less sickness, why people live longer, and why there are fewer deaths among children, is the service of the druggist in bringing to his attention the most recent discoveries science to prevent disease.' Kendrick's Drug Store Member of Texas Qualified Druggists' league Read the League's mesnagew in Farm and Ranch and Holland's Magazine. of I® toy W l«rn N ). IfFi.V Yeng-8e 'lie iu WKHIN TuiR-He cook, cBine shnsrd tti Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Lawler of Deport visited Mr. and Mrs. liamer Carson the past week. Mrs. Maude Taylor and Mrs. Jotyn Mathis and little daugh- ter, Charlene, were here Sat- urday and Sunday from Sher- Mr., aud Mrs. lioui* Steven- svc. left Friday for Rockwall in ivspotiie to a message stating Mrs. Stevenson's grandmother was dead. E8TRAY NOTICE Taken up, one black horse mule, about 14 1-2 hands hig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

W1NNSB0R0 WBBKLT NEWS JANUARY IB, IMS. )•••• ninety It will le Ford 'e ap- REBUILDING WORNOUT FARMING LANDS (From L^ndale News) son three weeks ago Judge t w Fitzgerald, County Agent i Gentry and W. H. Caldwell, Tyler'pajd our little city a vi8it and spoke to the farmers ifh reference to farm condi- ions as they found them on visit to Georgia and the rolinas on last August. Suite a number of farmers LPflrd these gentlemen discuss the subject in question yet we M that the readers would be terested in the all impor- nt matter, hence we repro- duce Judgf Fitzgerald s speech In part, as follows: "For three of four years, I have carefully read the south- eastern farm papers, and be- came convinced that in certain sections of those states the farmers were transforming their country; and for more than two years I have planned to make such a trip and go to the farmer himself and see his land, examine his soil and find out from hi mwhat he had done and how he did it, so I could more intellig...

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