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

Continued from Page 3 SO BIG By EDNA FERBER <#, Ooyblcdty, Ptfi 41 IV) WNU t«rvto« WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW MARCH 26, 1125 \ J I * III Chapter XII la town i'lrk IIveil Ui a large front rutMii «n<l ulrovp on the tlilnl floor of • imii'lsonii- olil-fmiliioiiett lliree slory- aoil-ImstMiiPiil Iioum' lie used the Irunt room us t living room, the alcove us ■ hedrixiui. He anil Si-llnti liml fur iUalietl II together, illx'iirillni; nil of the room's orltjinul helonulnu's eirept the bed. ■ tnl>le, uod one Tut roinfort- ■We failed old arturliHir wrhow bro- cade surface hinted u past gtnndeur. When he had got hi* hooka ranged In open shelve* along one wall, soft-shad- ed lamps on table and desk, the place l« oked more than livable; lived In. Uuring the process of furnishing Se- Itna got Into the way of coming Into town for a day or two to prowl the auction rooms and the second-hand ateres She had a genius for this sort of thing; hated the spick-and-span var ntali and veneer of (he new f...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 March 1925

L 1 foi |k succeal fixing on they de-l |u e> with ti :l virgin! men of| lean bin meetl fgflg andf sere 4 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 2«, 1925 ■ EWILER Fine 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 their spending, to insure the comfort of the family and the children. Keep the household on a business basis. Know where you stand at all times by depositing your in- come at this bank, taking out only certain sums for vour needs. You will be surprised how a system of this kind will save waste and stop the leaks which eat into your earnings. first national bank WINNSSORO, TEXA8 Cinderella, all silk hose in all new shades at Gibson Bros. Rev. J. E. Newman and fam- ily moved to Batesville, Ark., last week and will make that place their home. M. Wall writes us from lothian: "Please send me [old home-town paper, for |]i 1 enclose check. I am ae out here ...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 26, 1925 I I > I , \ v ; f 1 WimH) flli!ISI!a@W 8TOIB8 JLU- Marvelous Hot Bread Make your next batch of hot bread with Mrs. Tucker's Shortening. You'll notice how light it is so tender that it seems to melt in your mouth! Whenever you use Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, you will find that it impurts n wonder- ful, buttery richness to any food—keeping it fresh longer —and preserving the most delicate flavors. This is be- cause Mrs. Tucker's is u pure, wholesome, vegetable short- ening that always comes to you fresh. It is made exclu- sively of choice cottonseed-oil. Mrs. Tucker's is the most easily digested cooking fat. It is never coarse or greasy, and it goes much further than ordinary shortening. Ask your grocer for a pail today. You get it in a most conve- nient container. This pail is air-tight and absolutely sani- tary, but it is exceedingly easy to open. Interstate Cot- ton Oil Refining Company, Sherman, Texas. America's finest cooking fat HOLD ON TITB...

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

reen wire, i put your the most [innsboro. |also carry j Incubator bhing. |n strain, | *aul k> H D J J Vo OIN limit of ifl Pf ppii "u,M MS MINI | Metb ye M' I hd ' IN UU1 « n winnsboro weekly news march 28, 1w5 Service With a Smile We always try to give the best service possible i. aiWays vritli a smile. It is always a pleasure for us know that our customers go away satisfied, and hen we give them the beat service we always look them to come back again. I Spring id really here again and the fruit trees and Lers have begun to grow again, tie a ride to the country. It the surely you will -When you do—don't for- Winnsboro Quick Fill USE AIR free water TIKES, TUBES, GAS & oils PWARDS JULIAN young people cash in on your vacation III) OF THAT BACKACHE! Lsboro people point the |he constant aching of a ^ck, the weariness, the eling; Headaches, dizzi- ervousness. Distressing disorders—Are often |f failing kidneys and too to 1)0 neglected. Get rid i troubles! Use Doan's stimulant dieure...

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

S .aNNSBORO WEEKLY NBW MARCH U, MS \ ) Wiaiiktrt Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19<|9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1897. $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. CITY ELECTION For Assessor and Collector: J. T. Gibson. Vance Gist For City Secretary: Arthur Nichols. Vernon Lankford A Caterpillar tractor and road grading outfit were received this week by Ben Harrison, Commissioner of South Frank- lin County. Mr. Harrison says the tractor and grader were bought for the exclusive use of the roads in South Franklin, and that he intends to see that they are well used. The first road to be worked he says will be the Winnsboro Mt. Vernon road to Cyp/sss, which he will start soon and stay with it un- til a good job has been finish- ed. In this work The News joins South Franklin and Winn sboro people in thanking Com- missioner Harrison. All Frank- lin...

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

ATI y litHtitutioa 1 ' ■? •■4 fMALLEY Lnd astor JG AMERIC first in in the h« ^ers! ledy Children: children STUI Ithis is melodr is put I the sp yer will I lut it |ore pu than saw! |lling this i Id Pad lys in ccnty iodl veto [A0 Ms TPrt f& 'jU-ytS c j, xv. no. 26. ittnsbo r« Heek ia Otitis. 'ruck Growing Suggestions by Nabors Fruit Company WINNSBORQ, WOOD COUNT Y fHl.'Rs. april 2, 1925. CITY DELIVERY |l had a fine demand , ,i,h m« and with but few Ihels to take care of the or- Thi.; makes our custo- ms look to other shippers for plie8 and we lose them. We never succeed in marketing ||1(,ul in 1 concerted action |thf part of the growers. We |t know what you have to k'|u>t and we ought to con- with each other on how tli to plant. Joopciation is just as necea- [- in planting as in market- Vou ought to belong to Fruit and Truck Grower's lociation that you may co- ate in planting as well as |ke£inj-r. Besides there are k financial advantages in Ingin^r to the Association, fa. been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

'P,!|PiU .H!li" W II.I ■*r + 1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THl'R-< APWUJ^ fit •t 41 PAY CASH M Our prices are always low. We realize that the people must make their money go a? far as possible this fall. We have cut our profits aown as low as possible in order to help all we cm. This store is operated by people who own a chain of stores and can buy goods and sell on a close margin. Uur store is operated at a small expense and it enables us to sell cheaper than the store with a large overhead expense. Pay Us a Visit and Be Convinced Special Prices We quote the following prices for two days—Saturday, April 4 and Monday, April 6th. DRY GOODS 32 inch Toib du Nord Gingham _ 25c 27 inch Gingham, Solid colors 12 1-2 36 inch Blue Banner Percale 16c 36 inch Best Grade Bleeched Damask 16 Ladies $1.25 Silk Hos- all colors 95c Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Dress Shirts *1.00 GROCERIES 3 Bottles of any Snuff 10 lb. Bucket Lard 7 Bars White Soap 3 Packages Soda 85c $1.26 _ 26c .. 20c Our Best Grade Blue Ban...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

her spent [Miss 11*1 I) f *! ' -*! ■ |l" iN iThis lerce Itocfc |«<P" Htlf •l)U. |fw' EDNA. IIferberi >T10N8 WWClf. Ki CLAW Coyyrlabl br ,TMI A O*. Uo blt«>y| ■wNU Barvle* S== SYNOPSIS ei'Gr.lr.'t'.XllW Vlt is.'vsf^S: **hc CHAPTBH It—B*Hna **«)ur** a|po*l- « . li"htr •( th* HifhPrairW SToot I. the wtoklru * Chicane, ffvlnsat tba horn# ot a truck uhbm, STum Fool In RoeU, tw.lv* yurt Tw Ion of Kiaaa, *lfaa j*re?'YV,wi kindred «i>UrM. «H***r "f fcauty, Ilk* kimi- iimpinltlfi trtlitlc boy Reelf. CHAPTER IV.—«ellna kMri (Mill leacirnlna the affeetlon ol the -#Wow r ui • wvwwp' r . n f*Ua* pr rn * l ob kMktL **l t . til not of ample oroportloaa, whlehla •auctioned," aooerdln® to eoatpm. The m.lln.M of th* laaeh bos esoiteo«sfi- ■ton, ul li i him of fun ifci lMllti Chmkm • pinto*. DeJoau lifflr mow- In* II for fit. a rrtlowoww Mm WlM Our Iholr lu oh baeket. wkieb Mllm aai D*Jong *har* together, tba aebool- lnobit irriDIH • iMtrMl Ik* |«J<- ulurid (armor, who** edueatlo" k* Wl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

If 8 tHtURS. APRIL t. 1W. u i \ . M ■■ ■V- < * i • •• THE ••• Quick Fill Station Beyond all doubts Is far ahead of all other service stations when it eomes to giving good service and courteous Service tfith a smile.—Pleasing people is our business and we have been in business long enough to know how to please.—'We have studied our business and we have (earned that to please we must give good service and tourteous service with a smile. Call on as Winnsboro Quick Fill FREE AIR FREE WATER TIRES, TUBES, GAS & OILS EDWARDS JULIAN MEAL AND PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS "Best in the World" Complete analysis with three kinds of nitrogen grows quickly. The C. S. Meal base matures crops without burning. Mfg. by Pittsburg Cotton Oil Co. Fertilizer works. For Sale by CASSEL BROTHERS Winnsboro and Pickton, Texas CANE SEED & SEED CORN I have recleaned and tested cane seed Red Top, Orange and Amber at $1.50 per bu. Freight paid on four bu. or more. Seed Corn Missioura Yellow Dent or St. Charles...

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

W1NN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THURH. APRIL z, wib. Univeistf, has go 1t know |eiT>. On, h> has beta led horse ranch he I trips, and notable ii [ul Golden fastest and ?ns of fnown, Woul, withs of 'est Wi* Hurricaae the Arnn Hen color, but vers- tricks of en train. M is very throwing Jers readi- late do a |acting in romance develop- ie roman Hn actors But bo- i of her ttem to cowl running ikneck I the pqr- vild nor- trails of a live- termis- I remark- llES kMUSU |s chum like [musing It and le Amu come- Beau- sport mm«cl is Dem V>e- who in Csth" rhty that the rtool I the I thr 925 linp Mis- lap- m I «u ek l« i The New Straws Panamas Sailors >7 / ' (; //n '• >' ^ iffl kfl Ik p^rmr* Get Ready for Easter Surely you will want a new Straw and one of the very latest models. W e have them at popular prices. Also Tropical Worsted Suits and Panamas. Get yours now before they are gone. Cri- tion Shirts, Craddock Shoes. It doesn't cost anything to look at them. MILLINAX & WEATHERBY WTT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

¥* *• WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUBS. APRIL 2, 1*25 t " : m \h lUlB ;I , «S ) > < i, 9 'J WiBBsktrt Wetkly News Homer R. Weir. Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 11KI9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, nmifr the act of March 8, 1897. $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. " CITY ELECTION For Assessor and Collector: J. T. Gibson. Vance Gist For City Secretary: Arthur Nichols. Vernon Lankford Corn and Cotton Contestants It 'pears to Ug that the Corn and Cotton contest is going to be mighty hot. Every week several new names are added to the list of contestants, and from the out-look Winnsboro will have a banner corn and cotton year. Not only that but we are going to have a good fruit and truck year, too. All the arms around over the coun- try, are looking fine now. The gardens are coming up and with a little work we'll all be habpy. We're not farmers and we don't know much about farm- ing. When we say ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

shoe n op- lewest and $4.95 )gues I and s :hoice :ain. run letic lipes ind $1 m—i—P young men .of family.. To men and women who are working close to the Ltrgin it is absolutely necessary to add system to Itheir spending, to insure the comfort of the family land the children. Keep the household on a business basis. Know I where you stand at all times by depositing your in- come at this bank, taking out only certain sums for I your needs. You will be surprised how a system of this kind will save waste and stop the leaks which eat [into your earnings. first national bank WINN8B0R0, TEXAS Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed If fresh vegetables are to be had you can get them te R. L. Taylor & Son's. Phone 155. r..®uy your Easter shoes at Gibson Bros. New shirts and new ties for Easter, W. C. Dodgen Co. Folger's, world's finest cof- fee is sold by all merchants in Winnsboro. Holly Wilkinson was here Sunday. ■Tell it With Flowers flowers of all kinds and 1 o...

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

WBKKLY NEWS THUK8. APRIL t. 1l 2 yu i S !■ I s r|*i 1 § „ " -i' , * V J 1 i. % • *r. V1 *< Just what you have been looking for—a sale of merchandise you want right now~now and all summer long. A sale you will appreciate Hundreds of items marked at a very low price for the event. Visit us during this sale and be convinced that our store is the place to do your shopping. SALE STARTS SATURDAY APRIL 4TH CLOSES SATURDAY APRIL 11TH >i i iy. v- .< •• For Saturday, opening day only. Good Grade 25 in. Gingham 10c yd. 10x32 inch Turkish towels, each ... . 10c ALL WEEK •".6 inch Gingham 17 1-2 yd 27 inch Gingham 15c yd. Percall . 16c yd Ladies Union Suit# 49c Ladies Dirby Kibl>ed Hose the pair 39c A good Lisle Hose 29c pr. Children's (lood Hose, 2 pr. fur 35c Children's Lisle Socks 2 pr.' for 35c Men's 25c liot>e 19c Small Boys Hats, each 45c Aprons for embroidering, each ....... .. 79c One lot Boys Kids, $1.25 val- ue, 79c pr. Men's Ivory Carters, 19c pr A Good Grade Men's Gar-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS JjfrRlL 2, 1925. tie 1 H 3oc ea. for 25c for 6c .. 20c fc each 19c ea. [9c ea. Shelf Shelf [looks, and Shoe Screw (many lus to sards I each Lards l>ach. 85c Idow each land 19c ling ox. innsboro s Home Advancement Campaign et us keep our faith in Winnsboro, where we have our homes and where our children grow up. With you people also help support Winnsboro institutions, contribute to Winnsboro's activities. They, too, believe -iaking their Home 1 own worth living in. Let us do our business with them. Good overalls 2.40 inch weight double and twisted^blue JTRNKR MERCANTILE CO. General Merchandise. WINNSBORO CANDY CO. |Candy makers for the Whole- sale and Jobbing Trade I Call for Winnsboro's Candy Always Fresh SAM MARIN Jeweler We want it understood that I we guarantee our work. GENERAL GARAGE Phone 296 C. M. BROWNING Meridian Fertilizer will make other cropg pay as well as cotton. Seroggin-Drummond Lbr. Co. Will save you money on build ing material. [THE REXALL...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 April 1925

N ) "x ' ■ * f f u v |i! i m y I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUK8. APRIL 2, > &. i TM Sore Selling Specials At The Enterprise Beginning April Business in High. 1.25 and 1.35 Silk Ilose (*1 new shades) for 95c pr. 50c, 65c and 75c ladies and Mia-ies and Children's Hose, fer 45c. &0c Ladies collars and cuffs 20'" 30c Palmolive Talc. Powder 2 Cor 25c. !•>; Palmolive and other 10c s(wp for 7c. liuy these 9.75 and $10.75 Silk dresses for — $6.95 f ifty will l>e sold at $0.95 12.45 to 16.75 Canton Print- ed Crepes etc in latest stylet drusses. Extra special. $9.95 Authenic styles in the bet W garments. Priced $12.46, $U -1.7ft, $19.75 and $24.50. $2 00 Easter hats on dis- play. The best values possible. $2.95, $3.9'), $1.95 St#te Show patterns at 98.75, $l .7r> and $12.50. We .specialize on Ladies mer- chandise. We appreciate your lilnjiai patronage. Watch our Windows. Note our specials for April. PROGRAM For April 2, 8 p. in. Part I. "AH the World Loves • Lover" One-act Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

\24+^CK KIUA] [* Hei'l Treat wwCuji'fl.ij ftt'. c*v |1tl huss. | I> GAME* •—-Children] heart with horses, ■ilunts on I phter, thH Uirepl lid yon Ujcdy bhildrn ;oi |Laug Idded 10 cen XV. NO. 27. itwstwra Ueeiuti ;\t ctus. IEW POSTAGE HATES I EFFECTIVE APRIL 15th Mail Excepted: charge on pos- mnde <> al! c,ua8' uith ti>e exception No increase "made, with the ex 1st cards and pn in on al two cents st Class lie ii>cl'ei service ' [of mail, first cla; Is class is tion oi 1)( mailing' caras- nd Mailing Lards [be rate of postage t cards will be tv { whether they bear writ or printed matter. Th*s will also apply to each pot 0f double or reply pos The postage on the re 'J,,,',I not. be af fixed Isreto until it is detached mailed for return. This in Ht,s all cards within the size I post cards, whether or not ly liear the words post cards [private mailing cards. hards bearing these words in though not within the for post cards will be bgeahlc with two cents post each if in print...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

\ UJ r ¥*i« —■ " I — innsboro's Home Advancement Campaign Let us keep our faith in Winnsboro, where we have our homes and where our children grow up. With you these people also help support Winnsboro institutions, contribute to Winnsboro's activities. They, too, believe in making their Home Town worth living in. Let us do our business with them. BerituuBM Good overalls 2.40 inch weight double and twisted blue denim — $1.85 TURNER MERCANTILE CO. General Merchandise. WINNSBORO CANDY CO. Candy makers for the Whole- sale and Jobbing Trade Call for Winnsboro's Candy Always Fresh SAM MARIN Jeweler We want it understood that we guarantee our work. GENERAL GARAGE Phone 296 C. M. BROWNING Meridian Fertilizer will make other crops pay as well as cotton. Scroggin-Drummood Lbr. Co. Keep Home Money at Home Will save ing mateim money on builds / The merchants and business men of Winnsboro are making this appeal to the farmers of this locality in the interests of the prosperity of our county and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

WINN—OKO WfKMOVK mis® g/; AND LAURA S COM INC " adapta Ban* McCut- Husbands of TO AMU8U Lifcd "J "iwUe*1—«3CttP*n* L, „ hotel in «*">' , in 11 culUiiion ut lnifh ' I with run-away uuck ftbese an- .i st a few of the Luous adventures of Reg- L Denny and Laura La Plan- in "Tin I'ast Worker, ^ I ni- giil's sensational in of '' Eon's "The Kth" pin\ ii>ST at the Amusu E're, NN-Lnsday and Th- uilV of n-\t week. gt js a with thrills gn- 1, alternntinjr with as many Us and dished up with all EL's whimsical humor and La, La Plante's lovliness. It, action ranges from a chase |h a sheriff to a climb on a Tg gtorv pergola—and from Irt to finish the audience is pt in a whirl of excitement ,1 mirth. And it all happened cause the hero was daring nuffh to pass as the husband [a lady ho did not know. [l'lie cast is specially notable, the first place, it is the Igt picture Denny and Miss | Plante have played in toge- kr since "Sporting Youth." ko it marks the appearance |Leo Moran, of Lyons-Mora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

thius. AHUL f. IMS. i ) , 1 i f' HB (Presenting ewest viO**** 5 ... />#* . ' THE SPRING SEASON IS HE Easter is Near! Tis New Apparel Time! Our store is fairly abloom with distinctive new and fashionable Dress Goods, Shoes, Hosiery, Men's and Boys' Clothing Here it is an easy matter to find just that particular article to suit your own individual style and at a price you wish to pay ; j A VISIT TO THIS STORE WILL CONVINCE YOV Silks and Linens Linens in a wide range of colors. Full 36 inches wide. Wicker or Basket Weave the yard 50c Silks in Rayon Crepe the newest in stripes, check and solid colors. Special for Easter, the yd $1.45 to $2.45 Easter Shoes BEBE Girlg Model Sandal cut out effect Low rubber heel in light tan, black patent and satin. $2.95 — $3.45 — $3.95 SPARKLER A High one step Patent Kid. Same style in light brown and Satin $3.95 LADY DALE A Cross word, cut out effect with medium full toe and box heel. Black Patent „_$3.95 Some in white kid $4.95 d Mland" "'Ukamcnti N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

WINNgBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUE8. APRIL , Ins. AM MARTIN JEWELER Easter Greetings Wi' join, with others, in wishing every man, wo- (man and child in Winpsboro a most joyous and hap- py Easter Forget life's car^a and enjoy the occasion [ to the fullest extent. If you have financial cares, shoulder us with your I harden. Come to us and let Us give you financial ad- I vice that will see you away smiling and enlightened. Whejluv it be in regard to Loans, Investments, Sav- ings 01 a Will—it makes no difference. = first national bank WINNSBORO, TEXAS Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Why worry about what to cook for dinner? Phone 155. R. L. Taylor & Son. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Barnett of Alba were here Sunday vis- iting relatives. Mrs. Carrie Craddock has re turned from El Paso where her son, Lee is seriously ill. The Winnsboro Band gave a concert in the streets Wednes- day afternoon. The band boys are improving rapidly and are now playing some fine music. J. M. H...

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