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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

\ \ %y i c 4 C s c IXNSBOBO WECTLt W*#fc^UKSDAT. FEB. i*. 1825 Wiusbtrt We ll> R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter. September. 24, 1909. t the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas. under the act of March 3. 1897. $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. Of coures. we can't tel. but we just got a hunch that crops are going to be mighty good thu year. Evenone seemu.}P be pepped up to putting a little more effort into their work and try to get a little more out of it. This spirit, together with the cotton and corn contest and cooperation, we surely ought to have a banner year. One thing certain, every far- mer ought to grow enough feed stuff for his stock. Now we are not farmers, and I guess wed make a mighty poor showing if we were on the farm, but it does look like plenty of feed c<>uld be raised here if a little attention were given to it. With plenty of turnips, peas beans, cabbage, onions etc., to eat. Plenty of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

Ax* FEB. 19, IMS Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed i. M [Always at Your Service A CHECK BOOK Is indispensable to your business. I Makes the keeping of ready cah on hand unneces- sary. Serves as a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a checking Iaccount with this bank today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, TEXAS $ l8,000,000.00 INSURANCE IN iPORCE IN FOUR.XEAP PROVES the WORTH and DEPENDABIWIX Qfc.THE UNITED FIDELITY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY If you are physically and mentally fit, but uninformed, you'll meet mc half way to learn the facts. If you arc physically and mentally fit and have all the facts, you'll come the entire distance. In either event, you'll place your insurance in the United Fidelity, because good judgment will endorse your action. Therefore, I'll be glad to inform you fully without any obligations whatever that you do not impose upon your- self. J. M. Hollinshead Winnsboro, Texas. The Texas Q...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

0 c J / WINN8B0B0 WEEKLY NEWS THI'HSPAV, FBB. I>. 1W ™VSTfBLK? SALE 11 in d &8K Wake d Clwirlestoiw Phone raced me good 6-f County. J I" Travis, an es Whereas, by ff j£*[ ilis Execution iaaviea o6t * tin lumber 4, of Viood ' fenst posts. See W. C. Fopte. i.ocftr,, on a judgment r u*i<~r-. _ ^ ■! ■. j . aid cause 16th day of BAl5y rjuCKS—a h- wfSto hatchii g stra: j^rsas now for March and Apr '°i' sale- If interest* ftr standi I fa a I Merchants and r iiank of Winnsboro. Tex Ld against' s^dard bred birds, see njli |id numbered 4-0o on the fli>ck of 700 laying machines i tit aaid Justice court, I U>4 mm- -North itain Sttrrid, ^ the. 4th day of February A. phone 29* Visitors alwnysfxtv ' " del * i >'interest1 of the defendant, Scott, in and to the «B- *$e^ fi his1 father, Iawo Scott, ased, and being DO acres of described as blocks 9 and 10 ;*L aside to fateo BootUI Hid >hn Scott et al, in partition of Jie estate in the t latitat >Vood County', v?jm$ r1n «a R. G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

eonfirmj^ fWfr Jtpu dun't 8°nie fisher a great it our line. >H >fDWHD |" ' '■ V 3 ,-<k •fiflOifcjy IfrkI j '((Kt'jJ —H| w loaemiil m ti ■4 inw H FT^FrF ly kidneys| Jvej^ dije I |ve .v.Vay I 'UlaiiW my] |jr. iWu dealers. I [kidney i lis—the Id. Fostai I'uffalfll ilT 'tfiilTi • iiii) es«i ,«i .asn .YAaemiHT «waw Yjxaaw oxoaemiw f i .. ,,-m. - .- - i in ■ —n—nrr* n hmhw TKlt >W'j fij ^KBS' this c6t [advantage oi ihcr by m I Corn pliwini here. ll'H, (M I'd Mrs. Virgil funeral of lUJiv*"* 4tITr Thursday at Hope- I) Tylr'JUU ,> > ^ W11- it *yith omt Jolt and EdW Saturday night hilton or FY) Id W ilk ins h£ peopl day. Ste I)<H m • 11 ■- Will—. _ __ ft! Center home. iiL Pii bWUlaid Chi iter "Hill spent Si n!ty„jWvw thjfiQon it 'the hoihe Of w! tJ. Gil sort Saturday morning. 4<?rady GJIover visited Pre QflnAon'Sunday. "' 1 Mrs. Donnie Ballard jrsday with Mrs? Ith sper kUs Fri OWl; ii, < Zacl ni«r|f iMiss of Pick! ?e of W. D. l night.—Rose. >ir Mrs. Vann Mc Mr. a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

8 <s>. WOW!?- Listen In On This Low Price Opening Sale Begins Friday, February 20 Extra specials for just two days, Friday and Satdrdav, others added on until February 28th. This salens to start spring business to moving in HIGH. Don,t miss the new merchandise. Just the colors and styles you desire at a heavy saving for these first few days of spring. We have quite a lot of merchandise on the clean up sale basis. We invite everyone to visit our store and make your spring purchases at a saving. A complete new stock of Millinery, Silk Dresses, Hosiery, Silks, Sta- ple Dry Goods, the best Trimmings, Laces, etc. Extra Specials For Friday And Saturday Only ,vi.50 to $5.00 Ladies and Misses Oxfords and Pumps. a cleanup of good styles (100 pair) at per pair - $1.95 Select your pair early, sizes 3 to 6. Wtit on yourself here, buy two pair. 10c Palmolive and extra large bars of soap 5c Friday and Saturday only. (2 bars to customer.) 29 and 35c fine quality, guaranteed wide New Spring g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

]A > 11 et's G0j RIDaI LOVKg f("" the <L sked fiicgj, with her e time! It j ^dventm INYl IKDY flQlE! |H I'rese k orsi .'hildnfl >asung w I WOl EN [L XV. NO. 21. itmstwm Meek la ft'dos. " , , nnmirT..., « mi IES WOOD CO.' fANT CO. AGENT? Hni just in receipt of a vol- [aiy offer by Mr. J. E. Stam- district Agent for this sec in which he says Wood |nty is the only county either forth East or North Texas lout a County Agent and It he has available at this [e a "well experienced, high nullified and energetic agent will put the work over in a way" if our Commissioners 111 at its next regular meet- will make the necessary ap (priation to bear the county's of the expense of the agent don't know just why this jk lias dropped by our coun- fbut do know that the county )ncy work is getting some iderful results over the Mr. Stamford says Rains Jnty has recently made the essary appropriations and It Delta county just recently on both County and Home uonst ration agents. Wood Inty in my j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

W1NN8B0B0 WKBKLT TWirauAV M. >tM s J o £ ICJ I I & EDNA. FERBER illustrations^ BY CLARK ACNJtW WM imiM , SYNOPSIS jafA.PTIEK 1.—Introducing tIMrk D*Jons) in hi* Infancy. And ala fcotbtr. 8«ilr I' Jon«. •in)ton r *k . ««.-r,bl r nd gtntl m*n • r tortar* H r Ufa. to young woman- hood to Chic**- In IMI. h t tx«r. ua- " a? ••tlon l •om«wb t •••"*•. ]]* •nJojrtbl# At chool ntr i Jail* H«n>p«). daughter of ran HimMl. butchar 8fm«on I* IfeSTto a eaarr*l tb t I* not hla own. d Ballna, nloaioa* ?• old a B §rmoi'tr"r d titot . b*con> * achoei- mMw. CHiPTBR II—fl«lln« ••for** e*)- M liukir tl lk« High •L IB tb* •■toklrts of Chleago. At tb« k|B< of • truck fMBW. pooL la ImII, tw lv« T *r of IltuMIn B rc«lv«aa aet*£ * to*«r of a**Btr. ilk* • CHAPTER UL—The monolon#«i lit* *f a reaatrj •chofl-taacfcar at that Urn*, la l«8aa'a. brfghUBed .omawbat bx lit ceaMaWtrtir®f tb« aaacltlra. arUetlr boy l lf. Chart* IV High Pro hi* swains faded to £nd Selina allariag. She «u too small, too p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

Ib,rt 'or tk||t ®P b; iw, band,. Tht | tran u"« tail Imatch liti It It Uot|,| [ch, and tk« | far m ember, It tor*. )t | I DeRoo, of | |«trappla|) of tbc j Hi ■ad . k«pjn oDtol 1 'treat |Mt| led him ti \_ *• tb« i |re that Ian |l« dollar I A hlgb ftoelf. lu a load. 1 nubble, r that k*I fifty < Five J tool* thit I In for Pnnl'i look 4 |0 .. ngcr ad on bill DeJoot lAnibourn Ilnri-nd I hJ<>ng. hlfli vulM^ Jtle on th ll |l;l IIL'IIH. ethm* [DcJtff nrri no I whltpi very rtdl llrhea," lie. liibuul. Nina cup |>nR. his ■leventl fen Id once. |to i Jl Lnd ' Ml 1111 [Oontinued fro00 P**® ® iO BIG W Br dna ferber (« thjuhlsdaj, r«l« A Co.) WNU Sarvlcs. Imve bean adequate rtwouipense tmi dollars. Thejr represented |i and blood; toll and hardship; under the burning prairie aun at ty; work doggedly carried on bull the drenching showers of •; nights of restleas sleep snatched lour ill ii time under the sky In li'lili'iigii iinirket place; miles of |y travel down the rude corduroy 1 be I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

[ WINNSBORO WKKKIV ltfcWS TTTCg^IUSBL I s \ J Wiaaskr* Wieklj Newt R. W«ir, Editor Entered as second class mat- tar, September. 24, 1W|9, at the poctoffiee at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. |L26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. It takes money to live com- fortably. The place to get mon- ey Is where money is. People live comfortably in this commu- nity because there is money here. There is money here be- cause people who live here buy here. Cities or communities become poor when residents send their money elsewhere. Local trading is the secret of every prosper- ous territory's prosperity. You can buy here as well as anywhere, usually better, and the more you buy here the bet- ter you can buy. The better you can buy the more you can buy. And the more you can buy the better you can. live. It's an end- less chain dragging everybody nearer to independence and its rewards. FLOCK OF HENS NET OWNER SI 60.00 MONTH OF JANUARY three things are: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

WINNSBORO W1 ason A. I l>wrto|| le |ng 8 its !ats u,fns '.o net J' of then ng calendar, lothing whi]« mplete. Doot I will becoa ich delight-1 te. Spring- lV I come ts 0/ 0 Y NKW* THUR8D VY, FEB. 26, 1925 M MARTIN JEWELER YOUNG MEN OF FAMILY • • • • luti- pnt- to |<> men and women who are working close to the [gin it is absolutely necessary to add system to ■r spending, to insure the comfort of the family the children. loop the household on a business basis. Know fcre you stand at all times by depositing your in- he at this bank, taking out only certain sums for |ii needs. You will be surprised how a system of kind will save waste and stop the leaks which eat your earnings. IRST NATIONAL BANK INN8B0R0, TEXAS our Best Investment IS^ade Better Your Life Insurance is admittedly your best investment. When carried in the United Fidelity, a Texas Old Line Legal Reserve Company, it may be made doubly valuable by adding Accident Insurance coverage. This additional protection is opti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

s 1 li ft 1 > GASOLINE Tires, Tubes, Ford Accessories. Get Your Car Washed. Have Your Crank Shaft Drained Let Us Change Your Tires. You are always welcome at the Quick-Fill. We are glad to see you drive in. When in need of air or water you can always depend an the Quick-Filj Station to give you courteous treatment with a smile. Invite us to your Blowouts [mm wmw stabs | VALLI AT AMU8U * track, the principal motor | IN HUMAN STORY power of which was furnished A3 Born. business manager j Putting railroad tradition in- * -*«"•* of the company, who had a ca- to a railroad play is a matter ^ atUche(j to Miss Moore's of intentive study. The laws of ^ 3^ put his weight the men of the road, immutable nt£> the he dipped and as those of the Medea and the ^ the resu|tant jerk throwing Persians, are so buried under ^ actreS;. between the trailer the cloak bf tradition that they ^ the hawj ^ An X-ray i are inbred in the railroad man. ^ b k ^nes. but seldom spoken of. The re- Iaiea w suit c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

MM •' *W i Kelly a ore time to"", Ve noW haverf &nd tubes th^l [e at the few J Stiliu Do; the pr |ey Sets, 1.00 1.00 [.50 .00 .00 k that do ries, tub Js. ail kin in Ha eir fcuiated ll dealers.) ] kidney Ills—the lul. Fosterl I'.uffaki ;e iff the company, | linnsljoro j you wi (t once, J list be I line of! and do| |any lespeco L Agent! | Affect 1 live O fin nature oo* ou [pair* [ou ned ^tABLE^ SALE „ Texas, County of th,, Justice Court of Number 4, Wood Co- K®9, * A 1 by virtue of an Ai- ution issued out of Court of Precinct \ of Wood County, judgment render- ed cause 16th day of L A |). ii>22, in favor [ants and Planters Sta- 0f Wiansboro, 1 exas, Inst Zack Scott et al, [•red 42015 on the Dock |,| Justice court, I did |th day «f February A. at 4.115 o'clock p. m., )n all the right, title rest of the defendant btt in and to the es- ub' father, Issac Scott, and being K>0 acres of , Gregg survey, of land [county, Texas, and ful- ed as blocks 9 and 10 to Issac Scott and [tt et...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 February 1925

J NKW S HIUWDAT. , I ■: \ t \ COLOWATBR Everyone in this community i* ,/rogressing fine and farming alias Georgia Mae Henson ai^'At Friday night with Miaa ]W ,ttic I u Thomas. !^*s Eunice Keel of Mus- i> spent from Saturday till Mvoday with Mia« Mollie John- SOQ. A crowd of youngsters from tluw place attended the Candy l/r-aking at Mr. Daber's Satur- day night. All reported having a wonderful time. Alias Nora Rouse and Mr. llMToid White, and Mr. Albin M«ti. spent Sunday afternoon wi'-ii Miss Gel ma Crump. Miss Georgia Mae Ilenson aw* Mr. Floyd Williams attend- ed the play at East Point Fri- day night. 'Tie singing at Mr. Dove John •uu'g Sunday night was well at- ttuded. All report having a g>*i time. 'iliss Cardia Joe Henson and ntg.lher spent Wednesday af- ternoon with Miss Molie John- Just before returning home they got Mr. Orren to sing a solo for them, entitled: "Grand- pa tore the Sheet with his big toe nail." Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dickson of Cypress spent Wednesday night wi...

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

II >Gt! Jdai The Tow % ROWN Sen filled to Igers of r1 You > through i rht betwe IEDY |lay and Fij Childr \ A p\ Ij fanyo* ] |EDY NIGI )REN I e 7 A--0 TJi If? you XV. NO. 22. itmsbtfiro ISJccU ijiUctws. BIT BORROW- ING MONET 0C t<> fail 1 hd t! lad J On t It t bin' loli ' |vi] _■ r I'D. Stop that borrowing or ading "ii credit. Do the farm- 's «,! Winnsboro trade terri- ;i'v (J.viire to go on a cash ba- s'along in May and June? If I iK-lievo I can suggest an most sure way and it is time c s> .tern was l>eing fully a )ptc<l if you want to work for mi good. If you desire this ant heavily to your staple veg able fiops. Irish potatoes, .bbdi-'f. onions, beans and to at' <The cantaloupe and totermelon might also be in- uded as semi-staple. Any of o minor vegetable such as pep r, ijiiHsh, okra, l>eets should iceive less attention. These api< vegtable crops all unite ^>11 in making up mixed cars, w fruits can go into these [so. I .vould specialize on mix- cm ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

** EDNAjJ FERBER ILLUSTRATIONS BY CLARK AGNBW. l.opyrlffht by ledtr. !*•«• A Co Dcuhi^ln WMU Swvlot. SYNOPSIS t . < 1 l f CHATTEIt l.—lntroituclnir o Blf (Dirk IXfJi dK* In hi* Infancy. And his Siother, BeUnn l> J"i>* daughter of Intoon F« ke. (lumber uml titlcman of turtu' i H r life t<> > un* woman- hood In CIiIcako In 1 SS. hw betn un- •onvcntlonnl, Mmiwnl aeamy. t>ul Centrally •nlcyabl* At •t'lcol ner chun. I* JulU Hempsl. daughter or Auiuit llrrnpel, butcht-r Simeon It killed In a quarrel that la not his "Wir and Sellna. nineteen yeare old aiyl •radically destitute, become* a a< liool- Macher. CHAPTER II—Sellnn necurei a posi- tion a* leather at the High Prairie School. In the outskirts or Chicago, living at the home of a truck farmer. Klaaa Pool In Hoelf. twelve yeare vld. aon of Klaaa. Sellna perceives a kindred snlrt*. a lorer of beauty. Illia here*.... CHAPTKR III.—The monotonous life •f a country sohool-teacher at that time, Is 8«llna's, brightened ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

- ■ -Ujr : I Si V -t.rlajl I ' '"V "iniri^l ;i|, I I 7u ] • i... kjJL I1" 1 ''ill 1 < I l ■"'I r that L filer. Iind not] Itnom I answer yoail Inif, written |( |nK over uiotki whh the _ In wiicn I wiij liuil never | weekii ago. | Pr her thini l.v Itmiglo letters addn \ destroyed I I suppose [ am tnarrM,] I'M of Ki |re in thei know. Mh ■with pa lHn| lyou hive I till of a great d«l. butcher (lie .vard I'oor am hst few j« I wim heautl -EU|CM yulte a ili to see I Itiiiiunent < rulr We II the vlettll hug*. Tb luix'iit the I 11. ;.'iu ko |t I lie Cotl her ww Hi1 acrnnl tin' priM on lier; I ■lie of lie leUtf. j jcnn'i for ill III m ' i' win M lliiill fur lit] Bole roDI list "llj liiti' hair I 1.1 dlMfl lh i t nnd ill |ut< ihe Itl In IimII I I |hnt Mri. P| I mag Bp." I in Inf sellMjl lit Into I ler H H# |e. j STABLE'S SALE 0f Texas, County of [n the*Justice Court of Number 4, Wood Co- fexas" 1- AI L, by virtue of an Al- fution issued out of ic,. Court of Precinct ,1, of Wood County,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

«—1 wcmpat **«cw '■"" If «. BIGGEST INDUSTRY Of die South C-tta in atgjpat i r ixms. jnwrautc ?r> 4 et s£ tse >wc2L I* j* t/«: #caplr cr ^ it acafs -r rswMf?" asa® :£* -IkM <rjbs t i£t itt'f ;ti<r ami f.- •rf Sim tr^mes- ■ s *wmea* mmiam . -f«es94 «f i^iCOC- * jft ffiiTOiL: A fOVtTLVT COTTON CLAiSES I • *sr CaasjRerrzdt "•:«!—#" T.-jer Ttus, ac. -air.* a tan. ;*vac SBCS4B dtaMar «f yea Ik * itv weea*. ;najr*yag too *•«: . ©or ^ fcijw «• -atervrsrsr tJ* jearrees rf capa- -setae. rw-a ir aset.t&^i 7\t •5ws_-« > .acai ie Class Tg. 4 fti-w >*!&# StappuLg, Expartsag;. Iveeccg «f *fiat ieewri lartw'? Oeaca. jweoci. Wareeweee l(Mi ctac. ^tarifc Soak* md *«Ler -aais wmtmmrf to tas* hwHawwa k pea* aue «*▼ Srn j :c >j wa 1 | -«xi sai- ir 9 * FHI 1 pwfiillli AB*1 3dtk«s t-mx fjH!l£jr W-tk th*f ar~: Tnigmrair .juStta-sr? -sc" taw anrtfc. "KTHSTPC, JliCSSS EN KsMMr A ati.rT* w « v8a Iftesr y j« -ran ktimn :r spared . .'*-.0. * 5*« wefts* *1' ''«■ Mat at: 7* free. Tie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

LEA ■RIDAl < record i, [from deserii M-the n kery *J§ Thi with :mont, ^ E. Abo iriffi Chih Fv«r! | '■ WSM [against Ml ■ -<y m I v Um fe the .una ictus rs. I)Y 'REN'I IUIAI NALD. Ime 1 DMA1 ] iS lire 1 reni itinued from page 2 10 BIG W By IDNA FERDER r s(,""e clothes, bought at the ff hl* mother'! funeral. It never l1*''! him; now It whs grotesquely Jf°i him, lie had shot up ainux- I i tin- Inwt eight or nine months. 1"'|- wus nothing of the rldicu- P«ut hi mi us he stood there be- f'' ,H". lean, dark. He put lIlls I'heap yellow suitcase. I, Hoelf." f" «"lng away. i couldn't stay-" nodded. "Where?" F".v Chicago maybe." He was ''I"*'"0- "" l,e niade his tone "Ihey come home last night. K"t Home hooks that belong to _ ni«dp as though to open the B"' Keep them." led by." PjWjy. Hoelf." she look the boy's „e*'1 ln two Imnds and, stand- Up'0*, kissed hlra. He turned Walt « minute. Welt a £ She had • few dollar*—ln Jlmes. half dollars—perhaps I ars in all—bidden away In a r' She reac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

\ \ .) i II Wiusl*r« Wetkly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19<|9r at the the loss ratio of Winnsboro for the years 1922, 1923 and 1924 is .187 has been filed with and iag been checked and approved by the State Fire commission. Under the provisions for cre- dit for good fire record of cities and town*, shown on page 27 of IBM *11 HBP *ivnm rm| yfl THrRSDAV MARCH 5, 19*5 singing at Westbrook Sunday atemoon postoffice at Winnsboro, Tejua,jthe 1922 ^ukm of the Texas under the act of March 8, 1897. j Oneral Basis Schedule, this record entitles Winnsboro to a fl.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. When an embezzler breaks for cover with his spoils, the community pays, in good name as well as in cash. When an unworthy citizen brings disrepute upon himself and his neighbors,, the commu- nity pays again. When mistaken voters place the wrong men in control, the credit of 15 per cent which lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

rgi t ' iys: mi6t tnadti, A jion. He r««|l lis closely aj-l [physician i0l Pd th«| puffering." re B- T a* I <rj ins • ught, |,' > find Shirts dit* any I thinfU little id oar. I ^>ura •:d we iiuve td so Ills >ir,e I1 >ot* bite W1NNDBORO WKWLY N«W g 1TOMDAT MAKrw t, ,w AM MARTIN JEWELER Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed YOUNG MEN .OF FAMILY.. To men and women who are working close to the Margin it is absolutely necessary to add system to -heir spending, to insure the comfort of the family tid the children. Keep the household on a business basis. Know frhere you stand at all times by depositing your in- ome at this bank, taking out only certain sums for [tour needs. You will be surprised how a system of (lis kind will save waste and stop the leaks which eat nto your earnings. 1ST NATIONAL BANK fINNSBORO, .... TEXAS IKI'XE STOI.OF8KY, FAMOUS POLISH VIOLINIST [The Irene Stolofsky Co. Friday Night eldoni does a community have such an opportunity as ...

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