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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUKS. APRIL, 30, y>2ft. K 1 II i Ik S - i ■ ' i > 1: i :■ < OT IJifPS i ' 4th ANNUAL MUS1C"WEEK, MAY 3 to 9 AUSPICES HARMONY CLUB Sunday, May 3—Baptist Church AT H :00 P. M. Hymn—All Hail the Power of Jesu3 Name. Invocation. Offertory. Chorus. . (a) Sparkling Sunlight Arditi. (b) My Home is Over Jordan Ambrose. Harmony Club. Reading—Bobby Shaftoe - Margeret Morris. Violin—Liebesfreud Kreisler Dan Fowler. Accompanist, Miss Sparkman. Piano—Kamennoi Ostrou Rubenstein. Mrs. Beryl Bolding. Vocal Duet—Selected — Mesdames Deo. D. Hurdle and David Steed Violin— . _ (a) Adagio (Moonlight Sonata) Beethoven. (b) Selected. Mrs. Edwin James. Accompanist—Miss Sparkman. Voice—Unto the Hills — Hawley. Miss Marienne Sparkman. Piano—Rigoletto - Liszt. Lulu Gilbreath. Vioce—(a) That Beautiful Land on High (b) His Lullaby - Mrs. Geo. D. Hurdle. Male Quartet— (a) Lassie 0' Mine. (b) Love's Old Sweet Song. Messrs. Craddock. Ham, Nichols and Hurdle. Ensemble Number— Pianos—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

Iford opin vns. Iven 1*118 Iszt lett szt bii. in |rn WINN8BORQ WEEKLY NEWS THURg. APRIL, 30, |92S. wre we mm stars The Greatest Love Story of Them All. How Much Do You Want to Pay? come That's exactly what we ask you when you for a Goodyear tire. No matter whether you want an out and out bargain or the finest quality tire—a big new baloon tire or a regular size. We have a Goodyear for you, at the price you are will intf to pay. You see, the Goodyear line is complete and Goodyear prices are low. Rent a Ford C. C. Miller & C. J. Davis LADIES REST ROOM PHONE 272 TYLER COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS The News has 3 fully paid Scholarships in Tyler Commercial College, value $70.00 each, which will be sold either for cash or good note. If interested, see us at once and we can save you some money. Winnsboro Weekly News Winnsboro Texas he Winnsboro News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly News Both One Year $1.75 Q&anmmiffktm The picture the whole country's talking about. A vast thrilling specta- cle—a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THWS. APRIL, 30, 1025^ i I ¥ f r Hi ' il M 1,'li REMEMBERED MOTHERS Mothers five much and t k little, but on Mother 0 Day of *U days avtry Mother hope* to be remembered by her children. Tbere i* no more appropriate mewentfer of lore tban Kiaf 1 Chocolate* in one ol tha beautiful boxes reflect intf the aentiment of Mother * Day. See these aoecial pacltaget from $1.50 to $5.00 and place your order now for delivery on Mother a Day. CHOCOLATES FO* AMERICAN QUEENS Are alwayt appreciated I. J. KENDRICK WINNSBORO, TEXAS For Radios and All Kinds of Radio Suppplies See Berney R. Weir Winoshiro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(19, at tin1 tx>8 toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1897 $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. Mankind is bound to move forward with or without your aid. Don't shortsightedly at- tempt the vain task of obstruct- ing i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURS. APRIL, 30, ^25. RUN Jeweler Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed SPENT MONEY L 00 in your bank account is worth to you any $10.00 I VoU have spent. Spent money, like past time, comes I not buck. IThe money you keeP in an interest account at the I First National Hank is here for you at any time and I while here earn interest. You may regret having spent your money—you will not regret having banked it. Isn't that so. first national bank WINNS80R0, TEXAS Mrs. M. D. Carlock is visit- ing in Waco and Austin this week. For $4.00 you can buy a Mar cy-L«e dress at Turner Mercan- tile Co. J, Richard Smith of ■ton is visiting relatives Dotted Swiss and dotted Voileg in all new patterns. The yard 35c. W. C. Dodgen Co. Cenol Moth Detroyer kill the moth larvae that do the des- tructive work. It is stainless and has a pleasing odor. Buy it at The Rexall Drug Store, Cenol Agency. New 36 inch colored voiles and tissue Ginghams, 25, 29, 39 and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKW S THURS. APRIL, 30, l/>2r>. :— - - :r ft IMmmm- R n |p #i ,'J(< y % | IF®* r • f •t i < If they love cake and hot bread at home .. Si'RiKist them! Give them muffins, or blBi-uitg, or pastry that will Deem to melt in their mouths before they can eet a real bite. You can! Alt you have to do is to use Mrs. Tucker's Shortening; in pre- paring them. Mrs. Tuckcr's Shortening is a pure, wholesome, vege- table shortening. It is made exclusively of choice cotton- seed-oil. When you use it, whether in making cak s or in frying foods, it imparts a wonderful richness like that of butter. Hut it is never heavy or greasy. And it goes much further than ordinary shortenings. Mrs. Tucker's cornrs to you in an air-tight container that assures you absolutely nure and fresh shortening, ft is easy to open, and convenient while you are using it. Once empty, it is useful in the house as u bucket or dinner pail. Interstate Cotton Oil Refining Company, Sherman, Texas. A meri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUB8. APRIL, 30, |925. Wants to Sell You >frigerators, Ice Cre<a,m Freezers, Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers, Thermos Bottles and jars, Coleman Lamps and Lanterns, Gasoline Cook Stoves, Ender's Oil Cook Stoves The Nesco Perfect Wood and Coal Cook Stoves and Ranges, Screen Doors and Screen Wire, Poultry Fence, Wire Cots-some of the best and some of the other kind. We are alright also on Paints, Varnishes and Enamels for all purposes; in fact, Anything Usually Found in a Real Good Hardware Furniture or Implement Store id don't forget our complete stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Buggies, Wagons, Har- ass, etc- Would also mention the fact that we have anything you need in Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Etc. d our prices must be reasonable. Come to see us. Your trade is appreciated here. AMPBELL'S BIG FIVE, Winnsboro, Texas HARMONY has been purchased lurch at Ml. Zion. Mrs. VV. \\. Martin J. Howl Moore's at prove last week. ■nnit Ucneau spent |ay till Sunday with it. I and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

m 3 S. i' h X 11 t 5 FINE JUICY HAMS Thursday morning '^ginning at 9 A. M. we will give absolutely FREE one fine juicy ham to the first five ladies who make a purchase of $5.00 or more. Sim- ply lie here when we open at 9, buy $5.00 worth and let us present you with a ham FREE. Store will rot open Thursdav til 9 a. m. Other greut .surprise bargains will await you s.t 9 o'clock sharp and will sell at cstonishitigly low prices as long as they last. Be with the crowd a- gain next Thursday at Nine o'clock. Don't for get our features at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock each day until May 10th. Watch lor our Gift Sale. THE "ENTERPRISE" WINNSBORO, TEXAS BRINGS FORTH NEW VALUES For FRIDAY OH ANNIVERSARY HOUR As long as the merchandise '-iff! 3, and 5 o'clock. Our one cent's!, day at 1 o'clock, one of each it*m £ customer: ' 10c Brass Safety -Pins, Embroidery Silk Thread, Brass Straight Pins, Tatting Thread With other one cent specials for one I One of each item to each customer will mean another cr...

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

OK jr sales] last- «t J cent saiej h item to« for one | •U8tonier, sale. Sir sale at •ock and iY. m jar many ,81 Ld Mi«| Li the i k, liildr* // / „vu, ' XVII. N«. ;!1- - rHKHl,AY AT METHODIST CHURCH gxt Sunday is Mother's Day he Methodist Church. Spe- rmograms are being arran- Ifor both Sunday school and ch services. There will be in memory of mothers /lowers will be worn in her L Automobiles will in readi to bring all mothers and w^ple to these services. If [have no way please phone gtor's study or the parson land a car will be at your next Sunday morning. Let Lake this a home coming Jail children whose parents fin Winnsboro and if your er does not live here write love letter. Don't forget this glad day. lis week the pastor and the ing delegates will be in uice at our district con- j at Ben Franklyn, Texas: , Oarlock, G. D. Hurdle and Mrs. Jack Gist, O. M. jas, W. C. Anderson and J. E. Petty and wife, and Morris. The following are ernates: W. C. Steven- |W. C. Dodgen and wife, Dodg...

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

T V-lrr W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. MAY 7. 192.") '•f J > r i v II I fv M m:T; i' m There are savory it eats in store for you Y<iU'U> discover a new savor and delicacy in yuur most fa- ■ virod dishes if you prepare tli->m with Mrs. TucK*r'« Sh'irteniiiK I'uatrles und i-ak 'H turn out Iltfht and de- Itciuua; frird iiieaU and ve,re- I allies are browned evenly and never ft easy; pie crusts just in-It in your mouth! And ••ookmtf is easier loo! That is because Mrs. Tuck- v>r's is a pure vegetable uhorteninjr and is always Tr-.ti It is made exclusively of iioii'o cotto iscoU-oll.' It -fnimrts a wocinrful buttery ♦ H i; ie.v to all cooking and i>ak ,nu — and none of the iieavy KreiMiness of lard. It gtw i further than other short- •'nirujs too Mri. Tucker's comes to you n a wonderful new container tha1. asmr-'s you : Hhor.ening that. i:i fr<«sh and sweet This iiif iiif/it pail i.s very easy t>> tip^n, however! Anil once empty, you'll find it invalu- able for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 May 1925

Gent'* UE8!|| SON UN* —I SUB. | fsories « iver m 1KB y 'nes Tohaco. I I }ou, de- school loachen I'd ha2i nay W Is if its rist . CO. Ilrarse I Itorb office Ltarrh, nati 1 lith ui In ^ l.rk is foflkei |Wr twint [Easy op- ing U4 iter I is WIWN8BORQ WEEKLY NEW H THUHKDAV M.V 7 ,925 Wants to Sell You Kef liberators, Ice Cream Freezers, Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers, Thermos Bottles and m Cojeman Lamps and Lanterns, Gasoline Cook Stoves, Ender's Oil Cook Stoves he Nesco Perfect Wood and Coal Cook Stoves and Ranges, Screen Doors and Screen Wire, Poultry Fence, Wire Cots-some of the best and some of the other kind. We are alright also on Paints, Varnishes and Enamels for all purposes; in fact, Anything Usually Found in a Real Good Hardware Furniture or Implement Store And don't fprget our complete stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Buggies, Wagons, Har- ness, Gtc« Would also mention the fact that W6 have anything you need in Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Etc. and our prices must be reasonable. Come to se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 May 1925

111; W y ' !■' 1 Mi t{§! If n|, i I? i f *f' '!:l r J ; 1 1% \ ) Smart Summer Dresses WINNSBORO WEEKLY _ fs thursday, may 7, 1925^ ■ „ We have just received 125 dresses from our New York buy er and our displays set the key- note of fashion in summer ap- arel. The crossing of fashion seasons finds Perkins Bros Co. ready with all the charming new styles for the summer of 1925. Here are assortments that reflect every true mode of the warm weather season. Color rules supreme. The lines are straight, and each shows details that are entirely new and in good taste So. one choosing their summer apparel here has the ad vantage from fullest stocks ana enjoying a full season of smart wear. Sheer Silken Dresses Sheer Crepes, including Cantons, Georgettes and colorful printed Crepes, alluringly made mto clever frocks, some with close-fitting basques and full skirts, some plain tailoree lines, and all trimmed in the most attractive modes. Sheer laces, colorful ribbons and some hand-painted design...

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

Jren lOtl Irocioui I en 10c I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925. AM MARTIN JEWELER Personal Service There is a service that goes with the deposit and it is the aim of the First National Bank to give the best service possible. Business man, Professional man, Farmer or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have vou a hank account?. If not, we want you to start one now—we don't care how small an amount you start w|th—we want you to make the start. first national bank WINN8B0R0, TEXA8 Buy your dresses at Turner Mercantile Co. Prrces right. Marcy-Lee line. Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patrick were in Dallas the past week- end. New and pretty style dresses, the Marcy-Lee line, at Turner Mercantile Co. I. and Mrs. Wallace Braden _hall spent the week-end [with relatives. Dotted Swiss and dotted Voiles in all new patterns. The yard 85c. W. C. Dodgen Co. Cars are ready to bring all Methodist mothers to church Sunday. For $4.00 you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 May 1925

«' WINNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. MA^ 7, 192^ if® || I U« *i ^ 1 U{ iv '•'! : 1:; I ' 1 1 1 m i Mlli' S j 7 • • V" ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS CUTOUTS MUSHOME OFF trventlone That Divert Oases for Good Purpoiea Are Not For- bidden In Statute Austin. Texas.—The first interpre- tation of tbe new anti-cutout law hits been made by the Attorney General's Department In an opinion to John W. Homsby, Travis County Attorney. In which It is held outright that cutouts must come off automobiles and motorcycles, the same as a per aon la forbidden to carry a pistol, aven though ho may not use it. The law becomeA effective June 18. It Is further held that the law applies solely to the elimination of cutouts and that It does not prevent the use of gaaeti from the mufflor for other purposes, such us the operatiou of devices on the car. The opinion wits written by L. C. Button. Assistant At torney General, and after acknowl- edging receipt of the request for construction of the new act reads in part. "It s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 May 1925

W1NN8BORQ WBBKLY NBW8 THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925 urner Mercantile Co Irand New Suits Just Arrived Silver !/•«* Line—Any suit in the line for $12.50 Cfl,. and price the Marcy-Lee line of dresses, rill like them. Percale, Linen, Pongee, Silk, %! of all kinds from $1.69 to $6.95 ;0mplete Line Groceries [oo ter Snuff, -egular price 35c ottle, on sale Saturday, 2 bot- |e« for 70c, and one bottle free. turnkk mercantile company Winnsboro, Texas. Winnsboro News and the Dallas li-Weekly News both $1.75 year S wit* TM oa®y8ii § mws IS H. G. WELLS RIGHT matic scenes that arouse the Will ,,, ~ *• ' emotions as do few more serious "in our present civilization n|Hv« Lowin <* ,. .«> ..i i with its flimsy superstructure P,y \ , up \ . h° a,S0 of jazz and moral laxity crum- P,ayed ln ktahls "Why Men ble after the manner of long Leave Home" and "Toe Dan- gone Rome? Will the ages to gerous Age" heads the cast and come record the decline of our Lew Cody and Florence Vidor vaunted progress, of our art...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 May 1925

1 'Ilfl fj ti A Manufacturer shipped us some fine leather purses and bags thatsoid $2.00 to $3.50 to sell at our sale for 88c 98c $1.48 36 in soft Brown Domestic 10c yard 9-4 Snow White sheeting. Guar- anteen the best. 39c yard l<adies $1.25 Silk Hose 88c pair All Colore Children's Cutie 1-2 Hose 10c pair i&c Quality Blue Shirting 15c yard 49c Guaranteed fast voiles and Swiss— 25c yard Laces and Handkerchief S|K*cials for only — 5c i Dress Making Hemstitching Pleating Designing in our Garment Shop • 48c. Sale A wonderful 48c sale of fine Voiles, Broad cloths. Linens, fjingerette. Dress Goods worth 30 to 40 per cent more 100 Electric Hair Curlers Guar- anteed two Years. 49c FREE Ice Water and Glad*U-Kum y MEWS THURSDAY, MAY 7. ltM FREE A string of 30in indestructable Imported Pearls with $20.00 Purchase. Every Pair Shoes Must Go! It's a sacrifice, but here goes at 88c $2.88 $1.88 $3.88 $1500.00 Worth of New Silks all bought to sell at anniver- sary sale prices. 88c, 98c, $1.48...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

Tan ^ cu fc"XVll. NO. :I2. *^N AIM'HKCIATION I By Mrs. T. U. Bowman itmsboro IticcMa THE MARKET SITUATION By W. A. Nabors e Harmony Club gratified Everything to eat is easy • ,"*MllriO' fhir. lirnnl/ rPK . . , Lhp fullest extent the anxious selling this week. The great tr Li.mtions of all in its pre- ", 'e .,s in Kiting sufficient f 1 c hf. urograms of ho,d ««tomeri. Our I"110" " , wlJ ?lums' lf Kathered and packed 4th annual Music Week. ias vve are doing at the she{J rhis community continues un|wil^ sell. It may l>e that all obligation t< the women parties will have* to do this to make up the membership the top prices. See how I , . L thflir efforts to tfley ,<K)k when properly pack- Ithis club foi their efforts toand we ^ p k ng with pleasure the higher on sufficient force to do this Lvledge which comes from way. This is the pack to get D(r made familiar with the easy money. nies and functions of this We made a great mistake in (html art. Jnot Planting more of squash, fhe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THIWSPAV. MAY 14, 1925 Laugh* if i Bi'JffS! Wt\ ;1 I mv i: ffl ml* > I! I at Idea 7 Modern Pace I$ Swift When I whb a kid doctors usver ■poke. They grunted A skU uutn •ever guve up hope until the doctor abandoned hla btniHljie tuuntitr nnd lie- Kan to cheer him up. Hut nouuduy dooioin ure tis garruloux us Knyllsli sparrows. One of Vui «ot to ifllklng the other day nbrtttt unwind pectoris, the nioHt pnlnful diseuae, perhupn, thut tins e\er heeu Inillcletl upon defcnae- le«* huumrlty— > "tt Im primarily a dise.ise of the ■trenm.tw." lie said. Whereupon one of the leadlns nppH- flora of our Business Ui-A'o dub took tip the sweet rei'ruln. "We muat iiioderute our pure," auld he, owllahly. "We muat alow down n hit. The pleasure of modern life Is too much for ua—" « Then Doc Heckelberry and I looked '«n over &nd laughed out loud There they were, a double row of buaUiea* men, all nodding their heads like these Chinese toys with rounded bottoms you buy for a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

ARRIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF LOVELY NEW SPRING NUMBERS IN FANNIE THORNTON NEIGHBORHOOD DRESSES •* *, . i The Best Not The Cheapest I! / . $1.95 to $5.45 > V. v.* Five of the many late arrivals are here pictured. These and others—just as pretty—await your selection There is an unmistakable air of distinction about these justly-famous Fannie Thornton Dresses, for they faithfully embody all the important style notes of the welcomed new season—slender of line with the simplic- ity that spells smartness. Plain tones, as well as gay shades, figures and combinations give an unusually delightful variation, and render selection most easy and enjoyable. "Ask Anyone We Serve' C. DODGEN COMPANY Winnsboro Texas At the Churches Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH (Theo. A. Binford, Pastor) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Y. L. M. SOCIETY CHRISTIAN CHURCH he second week of the Vaw evangelistic meeting starts P greatly increased inter- [• The church has been pried every night. Sunday pht every available inch of k* was fille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

P 9. if I f if ! ' • ill : w-% To Our Old and New Customers A hearty welcome awaits you at our New Store on Market st. See our Novelties for the Graduates in our Gift Shop Department. You will be delighted with our pretty new Dry Goods and nice fresh Groceries. P. P. Martin Dry Goods and Groceries Winnshero Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19G9, at the poetoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. AMONG THE FARMERS By County Agent While making plans for more and better hogs, cattle, poul- try, corn, cotton, potatoes, etc., don't let the fact escape you that by far the most important farm product is that crop of boys and girls. The time is here when the young one who cares the threshold of manhood and womanhood without at least a common school education lie- come "the hewers of wood and drawers of water" for those who are ed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

fried and 's..„ cip« JM i Ifect frW browned ■' Short- riarvdoui J In frying ; Itries, pit That to 1 or's ii i vegetable j nade «• cotton* j Ling will ll cooking ' litter ins lrea in«i I her th«; |ontain«r decided |ht and flu ihort- i'S flNf ] lecdin|(ly Ii empty, la house- Jer p lj [{cfininf i Texas. toil iy Icht i; |f>n H® I bo «l |C. * nrinft lit wf A lwW I I W1WW8BOHO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925 RUN JEWELER * Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed I Life's Uncertainty What will Income of you when you can no longer ork for a living—and what will become of your lov- ones if you are taken ill or die? The only thing certain in life is its uncertainty. You Lnot alter this—you can provide against it. A sav- ings account at the First National Bank is one form of insurance that insures against all things. first national bank WIHN8B080, TEXAS B. F. r lemming was in the city T Flemming of Newsome uesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Davis, May 7, at Houston...

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