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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

I On Saturday, January 15, at 9 o clock a. m. the Bryce- Nichols Companys store will open aLCi will orier for .-ale our entire stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES and GENTS' FURNISHINGS including a line of most serviceable shoes for men, women and children at astonishly low prices. It is true that conditions are such as make it neces- sary for people to buy what they have to have at very low prices, and we realize this. This sale offers you ex- actly what you need at a price that anyone can afford t0 pay* . , i , or The following are some of the bargains we are offer- ing and hundreds of others which space forbids our quoting are just as good: (CLASSIFIED REPORT of the condition of 1 FIRST NATIONAL B/ SEED PEANUTS-For sale at J$1.00 per bushel. E. M. Abei- [cronibie at Cartwright. SALESMEN WANTED to solic- it orders for li: orienting if leases and paints. Sal. . ( 1 ■ 1 !i H-if- Comn ision. . .duu: - iri> K vey Oil C<>.. Cleveland, 01, •>. I , POL ND—Sati: niy on or* <i the...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

ro Weekly News H. Weir, Editor YEAR IN ADVANCE. A Weinie Kou*t as second-class mat- mbei 24, 1901), at the at Winnsboro, Texas, He act of March 3,1870. HHgrtiMiig rates made known ^B^ation iED EVERY FRIDAY as Llani ACHE US' ASSOCIATION irogram committee of irent-Teachers Associa- last Saturday and their work for the ind spring. The commits iniises you something all the programs. You come out and show ildren and their teach- t you are interested In iey are doing. Date for meeting is Thursday 27th. High School. Chairman Committee The Juniors entertained the Seniors with a weinie roast on j Friday eveniny, Jan. 7. Every- one met at the library at 5:00 [o'clock where the ways were I provided to take them to Mus- t grove. There was quite a scram- ble when everyone tried to ride in the cars but after ail the most fun was had in Fred Sel- ler's truck. By (5 o'clock the weinies were, roasted and ev- erything- ready to eat. The feast consisted of roasted wei- nies, bread, pickles, cakes, fru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

I \i Are YOU too "worn out to succeed? Nothing will turn ambi- tion into Ukempered a la; ineas quicker than constipation.Naasr^~"' A J notl:i^.<? will rcn- d r the body mere liable to c ■ ; > diseases than this condition. e r .. 'pciodl It isn't safcl If: us. ! It isn't necwetarv! Bo 'jut < rt iy on ordinary laxative sj i you. Try in.- icati tins newest iC treatment Lr coaUipan MAY BE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE FOR THl BEGINNER AT POLO -OOKS ARE Et ( FRIENDS "wL' ■ jXtV" "V V- • ' i D i \vc! ic. RICH-LAX 1 lis prej e' i pal ton, r. usee, it caust-tl by t ■tion t only orercomr jo ■ I A it ili ci a\ ay wila . '1 ii t ; -n1 (' 1 .1 ■ -J u^-U.ja ,,,| J.I 1- .J GuvraBlCfit r." c. . c I • Ih.-.t Ki.h L.ix «i . J tUt w«; .*..« v. I to c >u..* to cm u <v. . i a L« iiui «.i 1 try ii tt,- (iftiy nt u(«. n t "i .. luiiu. I iuit Vou> li i' i .n ' the best lax.itivt in. Jit in* vou ever u cd, •i..n>ly Irll u> no unci wa w.J iirouiirtly tiiuuiJ 'Ik lull purchoM iinut. DKN.NT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

:t * • ■ ON HONOR ROLL LIFE IN THREE WORDS ■ he Truth Will Out! Austin, Texus, Jan. 12.—On the full tern honor just issued for the College of Engineering, University of Texas, appear luurie of Leon S. Gorman o' Winnsboro. He is listed as among the best seven per eenl in scholastic standing in thai department for the fall term just concluded. Seventy-two students in all receive rnenion on this honor roll, which is compiled by T. U. Taylor, dean of the College of Engineering. COMPLEXITIES OF ROMANS ' N LIKE CLOTHES nOt mike the man. But it all of us judge stian- by their clothes and our dents by their station- We can show you the t Kind of Stationery purpose and the cost bably be no greater you have been paying for goods. We make a spe- tinds of Blank Books Sch ool Supplies * ioi D. Fowler and JEWELRY. WHAT HE GETS Teacher (to little boy) ner raises 1700 bush- at and sells it for bushel, what will he I Boy—"Automobile." JIM HOGG'S SCHEME WORKED It is related by an old-timer that when ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 January 1921

\ «ka j S * v :sss.T <i y ■•■■'ja.at «-■ -.AS ' MJB^IOAMTS! :.i ioawfo* • CJSK-l*--4' elm*"" p yVJ 1] highly appreciate the generous patronage 1 tvt ac i ing the past year and to show oui^ appreciation \\t d going to strive to increase our service to you during the >eai nineteen twenty-one. It shall be our aim to please the public and unless we do so it will be a disappointment to us. Ii >ou have never visited our station we invite you to give us a shaie of your patronage. Open Day and Night Free Air A Complete Line of Accessories Free Wate TIRES' SEhtiut Station TUBES PHONE 272 . tt>S3iteE23£ OxZ3& f_i' . ."ons .v.' Fruit and Truck Outlook readers of THAT DAIRY MEETING Sometime in December we As most of you ittx News have doubtless Moved from its columns as dairy meeting and adjourned' Winnsboro ob- i had quite a little interest in a OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF, Merchants & Planters State Bank I .ai vviiuisuuro. State of Texas, at the clcse ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

w r V fl \ Eyps T ,J 802JT'^n' XII, NO. 81. W1NNSBORO ■V-> ' I M 2? ctos. . TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1921. 91.26 PER YEAR OW Prices odge Cars on All Kinds of Automobile Accessories Tom S. Steed Dodge Service Station OFFICIAL STATEMENT The First National Bank WINN8BORO, TEXAS At the CltMie >tt KuhI Dec. !2U, IM'JO, u« Kcuilcml to I lie Comptroller of the Currency URSOURCES at %nd Discount* $501,367.19 C. S. H«mds 112,000.00 Buildinr nd Fixtures 11,100.00 Cash and Kr change $233,761.81 BUItof Kiekange #2,947.65 296.729 36 Total.... M21.79« 56 , ' LIABILITIES Capital Stock. $100,01)0.00 Surplus Puntl 100,000.00 Undivided l*roOu .'..Ii.. x10B,fl<>3.0ft Hills payable 4d,ap0.00 Circulation 47.700.0tf Deposit* S2T,4l*3.4a Total $i)'Jl,70H.5ft N v The Above Statement la Correct CIVIC LBAGUE ALF MORRIS, Cashier. The League held a regular meeting at the Library January 18. A number of live questions lad lines of work were discuss- ed and plans begun for the year's work. It being the ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

. usi.ks SALE METH0DI8T NOTKS ATTENTION! . 1 BlBiEBnaTHEBS BUSINESS CAR H *0 ■• V That the lightness of the Business Car is united to great strength is proven by the splendid service it is rendering everywhere under widely varying conditions. The lightness of the car keeps the gas and oil costs down, and its sound construction renders repairs infrequent. T. S. STEED Winnsboro, Texas PHONE lot. H. Oeaton vs. I. D. Wheat, In Last Sunday was a rr*t The ^ |g pm_ Justice Court, Precinct No. day for Methodism i" ns- fremiti* wonderfully. We are HBWood County, Texas. ' horo. ^ great couk «.n.n having good programs, large Hy virtue of an order sale to Ht th* m°/"infi ^Ud he u« .! «< **• of fun. ' mo directed in the al™. comfortably fukd -t It was decided la*. Sunday 't.iltai rii i- f «i ®ven*nfr service. evening that there should be cause- from the J"8tjce Note this: We had dunua* a befcw^n thp t)Cys Court in and for Precinct No. two Sunday nights for the and girls jn their attendance. 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

ll'' < ■ > BEGAN PER KIN'S 1-2 MILLION DOLLAR THURSDAY truthful HONEST-TO- goodness sale -•►a • r " li THRONGS of eager thrifty buyers were here throughout the day taking advan- tage of this unusual opportunity to supply their needs at a great saving. Many, ex* press their surprise at the wonderful bargains offered. j Every Department was the Scent of SPIRITED BUYING • J ^ Because the merchandise offered is of a wanted dependable nature, merchandise that you need for this and the coming season. All offered at a fraction of its real worth, so if you were not here on opening day, make your plans to attend at the earliest possible time. Supply your needs while these prices are in force. . ft -V. V < < • - H. " v WILL YOU BELIEVE THE TRUTH ? ' / We want you to first consider the quality of the merchandise that we offer you, then the price. If you will do^his, then we are sure of your patronage, because no dxagerated statements have been made, Just plain season's most wanted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

LISTEN, ? ' , n Sat. Feb. 26, Some One is going to get a GOOD CAR FREE EVERYTHING Get our prices before you buy anything. We need the money and are making' prices that will surprise you. Big reductions in all our lines from now until February 26th. Buy from us and get goods cheap and an AUTOMOBILE FREK Automobile is on exhibition in our hardware department. Come in and see it. • . . V. 1 CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE .a I EVERYTHING mt* Weekly News K. W*r, MMm A YEAR IK ADVANCE. eptember 24, 1W9, *t the at WiniubW the act ofMrdl t,lt7t. Ivertismf rates made known Jicatioa. Miss Ruth Jared is in Austin. Leather goods, including our splendid line of horse collars, blind bridles, harness, etc., at greatly reduced prices. Camp- B. G. Dickey of Quitman was bell's Big Five in the city Tuesday. Read The Enterprise ad. We meet any clean, legiti- mate prices on fresh and clean merchandise. The Enterprise. (ED EVERY FRIDAY Notice Car Owners are reducing the price of ork back to the pre-war We will burn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

— ■ — _ __ Treasury Department "I was ir<>alt and run-down," relates Mm. Eu!b Burnett, of Dtilton, On. "I wan thin and ]usl felt tired, all the tine. I didn't rofct well. I wasn't erer hungry. I knew, by this, I needed a tonic, and na there la nouo bei , r than— Office of Comptroller of the Ctn- rency, Washington, D. C. Dec. 24, 1920. Whereas, by satisfactory evi- dence presented to the BLUE LAWS UN-AMERICAN EVAN(1ELI8T DECLAKES 8tanwberiie«, Dewberries and Blackberries I 1 The Woman's Tonic . , . I h : gh using Cardul," rontlnii'H Vra. Hurnett. ' After mjr first t>at(le, I alept better and ate better. I to~V four liottlea. Now I'm well, foe' In t fine, cat and deep, my skin 1b clear and I have italnod Tflnd fare feel that Oin 'ut is the best tonic ever niade.'* Thousand? of other women have found Curdul just as Mr Harnett did. It should bdp you. At all dru?slsts. corpori or purposes,' ti g,. , E. 87 ■sw&sasKani&B Get Rid of" Con stip ation Constipation is the tore-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

\ ■h >rietor| ung t- :iat< ine! ippe I ftr«t sn< b«>t Tol I IT into yn fr I Lai*g l to ■hip! tl ii a i ? sp & /. •«. ,7 • v. ■- M. ■ •' ■ ... • .i'.ME OJO I-'i I i ( iLipC.-.s'Wi • |* * • .<j ... "■

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 January 1921

——-S SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK ltiKK*'«t fit-jrnin in Lace ever in Winrnfooro Lace that cost from r. U)30 er yard. now aI tipiling your choice per yd.."§2C One Week Only See Racket Store Widow OOL PATRONS I iKM . are en titled to a oury children ar tilled to the advantages of an education. Education is rifht growth to manhood and woman- hood; every child it divinely entitled to this Acred privi- lege. When we ha^r prepar- d our children for rigbi living by proper training at home and the advantage qf proper education, we have discharged our duty to them. The teacher is paid by the State to aqaiet us in the dis- charge of our educational duty co-operation our Laundry soap, 6 bars 25c Matches 6 bones. .„ 28c to them and Argo Starch. 5t boxes 25c i nothing less than doing our Svwinir tt.reiua. 250 yd .pod., dut'r «° ° r f" childre°' cannot afford for our school to 1 for gtt 1 fail or fall behind in education SALFS AND RUMORS OF SALE ' 1 Nevei have we h d a cleaner and more saleable stock o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

W« Qi last hun ley lan one lal 58. |0e Sn the are 0tt. Va„ m I inmb&t# tg Ma ctos. VOL. XII NO 22. WINNSBORO"; WOOD doUNTY TEXAS JANUARY 28, 1921. [Low Prices Dodge Cars on All Kinds of Automobile Accessories Tom S. Steed N Dodge Service Station - — CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank W INNS BOKO, TEXAS At the Clone of HuMines I ec. 29* lft'40, mm Rendered to the Comptroller of the Cnrrency RESOURCES Loan* and Discounts >501,367.10 U< S. Bond a 112,000.00 Building and Fixtures 11,700.00 Cash and Exchange $233,7*1.81 Bills of Exchange 62.M7.65 296,729.36 Total *921/796.56 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 106,803.00 Bills payable 40,000.00 Circulation 47,700.00 Deposits Stt7.4WH.4H Total W21.7WS.55 Th« Abe* e Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Caahier. SUPPLY YOUR WANTS IN Hardware and Furniture F R OM - JliX'IOK L&AGL'i-J A program will be rendered Through the courtesy of Mr: W. B. Beall, president ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

EM ERKINS ■*!%! ,.wj? Sm 'V /Dk ^ s •' . WWT"- <j .• ** v- • ; !. ••/;': I M ' \ . ' ' •- M • • ►V/y'/i W-iC".1' ' r' 'V)A THE GREAT HALF MILLION Dollar Sale Establishing a NEW RECORD. The second week of the Perkins Great Half Million Dollar Sale is establishing a new record and setting the pace for greater values, offering bargains that have caused this big sale to gain momentum day by day. Bargains that you can I afford lo miss are offered in every de- partment. Take advantage of these last few days and supply your needs. Come. Investigate the many wonderful values here. MEN! Do You Want a Suit Do You Ever Expect to Buy a Suit ? If you do this is (he time. Never before have you had the opportunity to secure such wonderful values, and the chance are that you never will again. Suits worth to $50.00 now priced ,} t . ■ Suits worth to $65 00 now . . . $22.75 $27.75 "«$31.75 Now is the time to buy an Overcoat THESE PRICES WILL NOT RE EQUALED AGAIN Overcoat* worth ^1 Q *J\ to 145.00 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

' DODE&Brotheks BUSINESS CAR Leading firms in every community testify to its uninterrupted service and its low cost of operation.' You will find that they are usually progressive merchants with a name for careful management. T. S. STEED Winnsboro, Texas phone ioe ¥ — ..4. _ IL • ... MISS HOBKRTSON .terested in the Indian appropri- After you have chewed this idea for a few years you wih cease complaining of lack of opportunity. The real oppor- tunity is the man himself. My real resources are under my hat. AGAINST BLUE LAWS ation bill whidh was up for con P* sderation. w i? °rShe want* to be a member of World prints the following the Indian Affairs Committee. from its Washington eo.respon- Senator Wadsworth of New dent today: ,York was greeted as "Jimmy" Prohibition and blue laws a,,d Senator New of Indiana as "^IUJ Kapital" is brains. have no appeal for Miss Alice "Har *y" by the lady. She neldl By means let us have pub- Kobertsoh (Rep.) of Oklahoma, 'att*r °n her lap when he lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

m STOMACH '(CLASSIFIED ) INDIGESTION WANTED-Ford roster Wi , j, ^ y<M ^ ^ ta* r— tmmmtJ JJ-JU* - >—* ■«• ^ I Paris, I me in food condition at n bnr- did hat*- to , *ain. Jonathan Attaway. Pick- and friend* ton. Tex. think of them Well, 1 will LETTEX Dear f. STAHUY. MAN CAN FIND THINGS BY DREAMS Jan. 14. old Friends. I • Black-DraafW HifUy ed Jersey cow fresh in milk for J^1 kjr aTeaaetaa Gracer far TmMm le- fnmlmfU Liver. W. M. Newman, known a the dream man, was here yen- He is now living In but was a resident of my ehildi en Bonham for several years TVkji* i Mr. Newman is gifted. Some have an idea that he "stalls" when he says he locates dia- ___ ri_kT_ _ . Jrou of my monds and other valuable* that RENT—One new bunga- frwn Texaft We left Winns- have ^ but peo;>le who boro °" the traijn ***• have tried him out know differ- k Nadbriiic. Tens — The ffffle- street. See Ralph Campbell. . _ ..... m- l, of 7V4ford't BUck Dnm bt, um of December 18, 1920. an<i errt. He has what ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

;d ;tor Lte< \th E iTonicl Is r< >st | ant (r, 1 H r I ' s •t, v T.in ■" ^ ' ' ~ WWff • ■ ** imiM WW It is time for you to stop and think, as there are only a few more days in which you may prepare yourself to receive the that we will give away absolutely We are selling Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies Read-to-wear, Grocer- ies and Hardware, in fact EVERYTHING, at very low prices. Don't fail to talk with us before buying anything, as this store and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. are the only places in Wins- B ® boro where you may obtain ■ ■ AUTOMOBILE TICKETS. " ''..'iV-fe1 MUb' Weekly News t, it or |5f ADVANCE. as second-claaa ihat- Jtember 24, 1909, at the at Winnsboro, Texas, ie act of March 3,1879. Rising rates made known ition. IHED EVERY FTtroAY |' R knowledge of our chosen r°rlt '* complete W Of our ttrraoife- pnts hav* ;i rare'j of character >®'l eon incin/f ] pi III rUce Car Owners . reducing the price of I back to the pre-war |e W>H burn in your arK^ overhaul your J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 January 1921

.METHODIST CHURCH ' DAIRY FARMING RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED.; J A*ai Sunday *m a &*y | This is a question but few of A j O'Shield.s and | mirJ) tin. Had two fine congre- us really understand in detail, fami|y |iving a few miles from SP *«n)s and two very fine ser- but observation, what others town were Ht the Morrjs well KM3C& We have just two more say and newspaper writers tell Sunday burglar* entered their before our meeting us the sections of our country regjdence and.ferried on nearly, Acgrin*. Let's try to make it the following it are the most pros- a], of their household goods, mi we have as yet had. Let perous, intelligent, progressive yijyjQgt cl^an^sweep was mi <ie,• r Methodist be on hand and contented of all our people. feather bed to wash pan being! a smiling face and with a It is also frequently remarked tajten xj,e family had to bor- mmm. Methodist hand-shake, by those who have observed row Wishes from a neighbo to; l>e loyal to our church, and know that this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

r W . , . . -■ a. mmI i \ u III. NO. M ,ow Prices on odge Cars W1NNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY TKXAS. fr'KHuUAKY I 1<IM AusBn 11.25 PER YEAJi Kinds of Automobile Accessories Tom S. Steed Dodge Service Station OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINN8BORO, TEXAS At the Clone of Bualoeae I)«c. 29, 1920, an Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RB80URCK8 [joidi and Discount* $501,347.10 U. 8. Bonds 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Caih and Exohange 9233,781.81 Bill*of Exchange 62,(47.55 2%,729.36 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profit* 100,603.09 Bills payable 40,000.00 Circulation 47,700.00 Itepoaite 527.4W{t.4<) Total $921,796.55 Total. $921,796.55 Ths Above Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier. j money in poultry. I When Walter Worthlngton wan In Winnsbfro a few days ago he gave as I a statement of his poulty business for j the mouths of December. Mr. Worth- lngton and Oeorge Wttherspoon own green bouses In Marshall and...

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