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

Pj v • 1 • ' ,|j: ; H wKBSffif.'f 1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THl'RSDAY. JlTNE 4. 192- t Bargains in White Slippers P FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY We have placed 105 pairs of Ladies' and Children's White Slippers on a counter to be closed out for two days only at give away prices. The ladies slippers consist of white kid and canvass ma- terials and at former prices would be several times the pri- ce asked S1-00 Childrens sizes 12 to 2 in canvass strap and oxfords in Foot culture styles pric- ed at - — — •• Chilrens sizes 8 1-2 to 11 1-2 run same styles, priced at - 79c Childrens sizes 5 1-2 to 8 run in straps and oxfords, priced at - 69c Childrens sizes 5 1-2 to 8 light weight, priced for two days only, 49c Other Specials Picked Throughout the Store at Regular Prices Best grade of Georgette in solid colors priced at $1.00 per yard. Ladies Happy Home House Aprons 98c Large size Hinds Honey & Almond Cream for only — 39c Mavis Talcum powder 19c Special prices on ladies hats, 1.95 & 2.4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 June 1925

T WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY JUNE 4. 192- You Will Find John Deere Mowers and Rakes, Leudinghaus and John Deere Wagons, Hay Ties, Buggies and Good Harness to go with them, Garden Hose, Cotton Hoes and nearly all of the other good things that belong to a first-class Hardware Stock including some specials on Iceless Coolers, Cots, House Paints, etc. where we are overstocked and specially anxious to sell. Believe we are selling the Best and Most Economical Oil Stove on the market— NESCO PERFECTION Guaranteed to Please You. And please don't ever forget our complete stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries and Undertakers' Goods Come to see us. Your trade is appreciated here. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE Celebrating Our 2nd Anniversary With Ice cold Lemonade and free fans. Saturday June 6tli is our second birthday in business. And to all our friends and customers we want to make this a real COOL DAY Come in and fill up on Ice Cold Lemonade and get a good fan, all free. To the farming people of this ter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 June 1925

t t Xl^i I S3? : W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS TH1RSPAY, JUNE 4. 192- mi l l |f § if® • \ :f< I -:;h > 1 ■ iff L wi ■ June Reduc- tion Sale Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Beginning Thursday June 4th Continuing Next Week Right now to clear away pre- sent stocks, I have made big re- ductions on a large number of fine garments and hats. Styles in most cases havs been here only a few weeks. The opportunity, there fore is twofold. That of newness and saving. > June Reduction Sale Of MILLINERY The most remarkable values ever offered in Winnsboro. This announcement is our cordial invitation to attend this our most brilliant sale of the season. Further establishing this womans shop as the center of millinery smartness and values in Winnsboro. For this sale we are offering. 30 Hats originally up to 5.00 for $1.00 25 Hats originally up to 9.75 for 2.85 25 Hats originally up to 10.00 for 4.75 MATERIALS COLORS Sheer hair braid Leghorn, Almond Green, Sand Wood, Milan, Hemps, Banghoks, Rosewood, Or...

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

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 192- our all We |nost you er "esses voile >rice, itions ►it of and W Isboro KG |p« the c lirriuudti lO-PBMl I toil v«rjr bettk J fcY. Ttai |h«i udt i Cold a C I HnUlal Ha fie bMMJ ^ i Un I |lKC| 1 for HAYJ Deling] ck, (lis Iby a " bowels < surpri h He: Icial Is its | 1 effect I lit not < in ie le AM MARTIN Jeweler —— - -\ * Always at Your Service IA CHECK HOOK Is indispencable to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unneces- sary. Serves a record and receipt of financial tran- I sactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a checking [account with this bank today. first national bank WINN8B0R0, • • . TEXA8 James Byron Snow has return ed from Galveston where he has been attending the University of Texas Medical school. Mrs. Chas. Robinson and (laughter, Valla Faye, returred Thursday from a visit in Sul- phur Springs. Jud'.e Beavers and Chaihc Robertson were in Greenville Fridpj. Mrs. Joe Ivey and Mrs. Irene Webber v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 June 1925

u lit 1 I : , , I ii ■ 1< !:*i4y U • . imw g S t T ■ I 11 ff'™i* WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THI'RSDAV. JI NK 4. 192 ■ Return THE SHOW YOU CAN DEPEND ON , f - & 1 Grandi Bros. Stock Co. Winnsboro, Texas, One Solid Week Commencing: OPENING PLAY MONDAY NIGHT MONDAY, JUNE 8th OPENING PLAY MONDAY NIGHT "LOVE WILL FIND A WAY" A Real Comedy Drama REAL VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS Indies FREE Coupon Keep This Coupon—This coupon will admit one l.juiy FREE at the Tent Theatre Monday night when accompanied by one 25c Ticket. Doors Open at 7:45 p. m. Show Starts 8:30 p. m. PRICES Children, 10c Adults, 25c A Good Orchestra New, Beautiful Waterproof Tent LOCATED ON COTTON YARD LOT i < WEBSTER U-<«ith of this community is vtry g Kid at present. * ii -targe crowd attended sing- ing -.•aturday night an Mr. and Mrw Walter Lyles. Everyone ..«**i<id to enjoy themselves fine. Mr Joe Ilolt and family '4*«t Sunday with Mr. and firt !* (> Rountree of Cart- A.i Willie Craddock and 4uidr n spent Sat...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 192- [Solving Your Building Problem . L a Big Task-Let Us Help You it is a new building: or just remodeling or repair- we arc at your service and ready to supply you [th anything you may need. iber & Roofing Sashes & Doors nber to meet any specifications can be obtained I here. We have the paint to finish the job, too icroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. WO Scholarships Tyler Commer- :ial College which will be sold right to anyone wishing to take a commercial course innsboro News your Radio needs repairing see me and I'll fix it Berney R.lWeir Try Us Once | Uiu II always come lwick. Everyone likes to get P ')est service possible for their money and they I courteous service with a smile. We are not 1 business simply because you need gas, oils, tires l' *U'K>S> and have to buy some of them from us. * ar<? hi business to get your business because ?lve the best service we can with the broadest l>l'e w<' can put on. We want your busi...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY u If? ■ t-'•r Hit . n ' ' if] !Mf; 1 t'l; I : 1: ) 1 mr I I I I i " t. J' Amusu Theatre Closes 2nd Successful Year Under Present Management On last Monday, June 1, the Amusu Theatre closed its second successful year under its present management. Two years have passed since Mr. F. M. Fergu- son took charge of the "Helm"—and now for two years Winnsboro has enioyed a program of consistently good pictures at prices within the reach of everybody. APPRECIATION Two years ago we entered the theatrical field in Winnsboro with the deep sense of responsibility we thereupon incurred; a responsibility to the fath- ers, the mothers, the children; a responsibility to the educational and religious institutions of Winnsboro; a responsibility to those sterling civic organizations who are daily evolving the process of creating the new and greater Winnsboro; a responsibility to every citizen of this city. We realize that it is not customary to think of the theatre as an institution wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

to iuts" ness art Go Is Marion. I LDRENI TB I) SEE ledy t ildren 1 I In* he" :w. farmers ^XVU NO Com; the (By County Agent) W I!. Bizzell who for the iLn vears has been prea It of the A. & M. College of k has resigned as head ot . ha institution ''rSencv of the Univer- SrOklah;>,na. He will as- e his duties September 1st 1 A & M. lias made won ul progress under the heat , s man and his designation letted generally through- the state. His successor has been chosen. • hether cotton costs the lWer ten cents per pound o nty-five cents per pound depend very largely on the j per acre. Why cultivate [acres to produce eight or bales when it can be pro- ved on twenty, ten ant ne times on a-s little as five Forty cent or even fifty Lt cotton this fall won't show profit to the fellow who duces only 100 pounds ; cotton per acre. Make more | fewer acres. tod then there are the flow , Why do without them when py bring: more real joy in pro tion to the time and money nt on them than any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

\ ■ w -lafi C IJfrmP I*' % 1 K I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY JUNE^JMS- f IV 1H I ! (XI. IN BRAZORIA m May Save Penitentiary fro n Poihiry a* It Did Ctt>c institutions. Austin TV. —OH la the possible Mr lor of t !«• 8tate prison system it mi m /rrty and hope has bean . .. *< ! at It will b«? discovered ud nonit' of the system's vast land tioldlogH la Uratorla County. It de ▼eloped here recently when It be ««me known that Ex Oovernor James K. Ferguson haa been negotiating auoceaafully with a large oil com- pany for the exploration of some of • ho State's landa. The representative of a large com pur la here and the papers for the oil leaaea hare been prepared and will be signed In due course, as the terms have been agreed to. It la «inderatood. The contracta have been «*nunlned In the Attorney Oeneral'a Department and have been put In form acceptable to the State. Coplea of these forma havo been placed In the handa ■ of Mr. Ferguson and the oil company's agent, and the next fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

.'■sr Solving Your Building Problem It's a Big Task-Let Us Help You )lf it is a new building or just remodeling or repair- ing, we are at your service and ready to supply you with anything you may need. Lumber & Roofing Sashes & Doors lumber to meet any specifications can be obtained here. We have the paint to finish the job, too Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Two Scholarships in Tyler Commer- cial College which will be sold right to anyone wishing to take a commercial course Winnsboro News RADIOS If your Radio needs repairing see me and I'll fix it Berney R. Weir Try Us Once you'll always come back. Everyone likes to get the best service possible for their money and they also w*nt courteous service with a smile. We are not ln business simply because you need gas, oils, tires an<l tubes, and have to buy some of them from us. we are in business to get your business because ?ive the best service we can with the broadest we can put on. We want your business and we orking to ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY THITRSPAY JVNK 13io M i'- M ' ■ ■ ■g: WiDDsbcro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(19, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, i' under the act of March 8, 1897. |1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES MAKE THIS SUMMER PAY In a recent edition of "The Business Training Salesman, a successful business man cites a few facts and figures which, while they are applicable to schools all over the land, are equally applicable to you. He says: "I wonder how many young people have stopped to consider just how much it is costing them in actual dollars and cents to delay taking up their busi- ness training till fall. If they could but be made to realize that summer of idleness would cost them from $200 to $400 in cold cash, I believe the summer schools conducted by the Busi- ness Educational Institutions of the country would be filled to overflowing immediately ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY JUNE 11, m am Martin Jeweler < Always at Your Service 4 CHECK BOOK Is indispencable to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unneces- sary !. Serves :is a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. — Learn its many advantages by opening a checking account with this bank today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS jisses Prudence Hornbuckle Acker, Grace Long, Octo jon have returned from k>r Belton. Mrs. Anna Keddng has re- turned from several weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. A. B. Bonham at Tyler. Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Canna- day were in Waco for the grat- uating exercises at Baylor Uni- versity where their son Russell received his degree. Miss Louie Kate Milner is home from school at' Denton normal. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Howell were in Austin this week where Lynnn Howell received his A. B. degree from the University of Texas. Mrs. B. F. Campbell, Misses Florine and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

I VI li I W1NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY JUNK 11, 1925 3 THREE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Beginning Friday Morning, June 12th, and Closing Monday Night Business is good with us, thank you, but in our determination to smash all sales records during Jure, and' further advertise our store as the place where you save money on everything you buy, we will inauguratea Real Sale beginning Friday morning and continuing until Monday night, June 15. A glance at the items listed in this advertisement will convince you that we have in stock the thousand and one items needed in and around the home. Get in early and take advantage of these offerings, rolks. 3 FRIDAY ONLY - EXTRA $1.25 Aluminum Roasters, round Each 79c $1.00 Aluminum Percolators Each 69c -THREE BIG SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY -EXTRA 8 Yards Dress Ginghams For $1.00 5 sewed brooms printed handles Each 49c MONDAY ONLY-EXTRA Women's Ginghams and Percale house Dresses. New De. signs. Assorted Patterns. Each 69c THREE-DAY SPECIALS Children'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

'.and •ate a items ed in w De- LS 69c 49c 39c 49c 69c 43c 8c 49c ...8c 10c . 8c 69c 19c l!9c 12c 1 ■red |ad wooUl i to ML'I i, *1 bust« |iM CIU | vu t«T| en wottlil lit wifllj I try to f 1 bad. ken II I Infill |four b*| If <M*I |« Utfl id |1*| 11 'w VINN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1925. You Will Find ' f >hn Deere Mowers and Rakes, Leudinghaus and John Deere Wagons, Hay Ties, Buggies and Good Harness to go with them, Garden Hose, Cotton Hoes Id nearly all of the other good things that belong to a first-class Hardware Stock including some specials on Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Iceless Coolers, Cots, House Paints, etc. iere we are overstocked and specially anxious to sell. Believe we are selling the Best and Most Economical Oil Stove on the market— NESCO PERFECT Guaranteed to Please You. And please don't ever forget our complete stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries and Undertakers' Goods Come to see us. Your trade is appreciated here. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE fo?SBes IRD HIRES BNTS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 June 1925

A \J V ill1 | § I 1 v $; 1. < M,hi V • i; \ ) m. Wyvi'trf' i i i Iti'Hl i i' .i' ;« 1 •dP' For Immediate Sale WINN8BORO WRKKt Y NEWS THURSDAY JlTNEJli_i?rL HEAT CASUALTIES 1 TOTAL 300 DEAD Big Reduction in all Millinery And Ready-to-Wear | ■ This means you will buy some of the best pat- terns at one-half price. Trimmed Hats $1.95,2.45,2.95 and 3.95 Silk dresses at astounding sale prices for immediate s<il6 $5.00,6.75, 8.75 and 12.50 A 25 per cent reduction on all silks. $1.00 and up. Extra prices made on hosiery, purses, laces Sum- mer piece goods and all trimmings. The complete close out of all ladies shoes in stock Your choice of any oxfords or slippers at $1.88 and $2.88. This means one half price and less. See the attractive mid-summer hats and silk dresses at unusual sale prices for immediate sale. The Enterprise T. B. Turner & Son A string of pearls free with 20.00 purchase GLADE BRANCH Well, it is nearly time to chop cotton again. Miss Gil on and her daugh- ter visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 June 1925

OC IN 1 UIL with J tuff [AS Irain! ; od< I pXVH- N0, FARMERS the County Agent) tniJaied~~to know that «>reP S! Wood county is 0,1 fS this year ttnt* *^at ' fte the entire crop has ■S*4 IS* 1 ""nrn'm this section is t>rotation not include rtd'i'to ^Me8tedtJ«e *nd ^ nlan is a three &•* 08ts 10 Ann with COW peas tStSS M « to the k "''A.. '"fTnff'fSod i iunds of 1 raing for • *WVthat is taken out ^isftng of crops] ie 1^3 built and PS$ save practically to "nposf the soil as long inhness of the . "•SjlSa -"home .gtfWS. the fun lamina the sixteenth " Farmer's Short course niicw Station from July August 1 inclusive. This cors« *s designed solely benefit of farmers, farm farm boys, and farm ho cannot attend the sessions there, and of- an unexcelled opportunity ,M economical profitable, enjoyable vacation. See the Itv agent for particulars. profound appreciation o joll Weevil and what it has s as the herald of prosperity monument is erected. By Icitizens of Enterprise, Cof- leoun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 June 1925

I ■m ^ ■■. K ft-<•: WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1925 Take no chances with your baking Make sure that you get the best possible results every time you cook or bake by using Mrs. Tucker's Shorten- ing. You will find that it makes muffins, hot breads, cakes—light and flaky and tender. That fried meat and vegetables are never greasy. That whenever you use it, it imparts the richness of butter —and none of the heavy indi- gestibility of lard. That is because Mrs. Tuck- er's is a pure, wholesome vegetable shortening. It is made exclusively of choice cottonseed-oil. Buy a pail of it from your grocer today. It win be enough to convince you of its economy. You'll be delighted, too, with the new container for Mrs. Tucker's. Absolutely air-tight, it assures you short- ening that is fresh and pure. It's wonderfully easy to open i -a matter of seconds. Once ompty, it is useful about the house as a bucket or dinner pail. Interstate Cotton Oil Refining Co., Sherman, Texas. A merica'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 June 1925

==================== W1NN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS TIHIHSPAY. JUNE lg_ ms You Will Find John Deere Mowers and Rakes, Leudinghaus and John Deere Wagons, Hay Ties, Buggies and Good Harness to go with them, Garden Hose, Cotton Hoes and nearly all of the other good things that belong to a first-class Hardware Stock including some specials on Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Iceless Coolers, Cots, House Paints, etc. where we are overstocked and specially anxious to sell. Believe we are selling the Best and Most Economical Oil Stove on the market— NESCO PERFECT Guaranteed to Please You. And please don't ever forget our complete stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries and Undertakers Goods FORD TIRES Come to see us. Your trade is appreciated here. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE FORD TUBES wm1 r / ^ and \fera Reynold* • Production *WofflBed' A PararoountRcUnt DEN BKir pine I *ille SOCIAL SATIRE M«ee Irwin Novel Big Paramount Picture to Pe°P'e when 11<nvl°dged laws fed! i th« mascu- t 3 Rod i,a Itocque in |ha. J fc" nandm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 June 1925

If mi t.: j !! I I® b • ; mm I 1 i • * fil I , I I i WINNSBORO WEEKLY THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1925 _ — ——— II - "*" " * Wionsbiro Weekly Newt Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(19, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. Farm t Demonstration Work (By Franklin Co. Agent) It seems now that the most of our time from now on will be spent doing club work and Franklin County Fair work. The boys and girls are well or- ganized in the various commu- nities, and have such splendid club leaders and are so enthu- siastic that they are going to accomplish things never before dreamed of in any other county in the state. The slogan of the poultr} club members is "Swat the Scrub Chicken." all the mem- bers are promising to do all they can to establish a flock of standard bred chickens at every house in the county. They agr- ee that the place ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 June 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1925 AM MARTIN JEWELER It Costs You Nothing Whenever you want to open an account—make a Itemporary or permanent investment—provision for I your family--'consiilt about your estate—or any other matter of a finicial character, we want you to feel en- I tirely free to call on the First National Bank and talk lit over with us. Our advice costs you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of money. first national bank winnsboro, TEXA8 Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Russell Cannaday and Jim Turner and Davis Johnson have returned from Baylor Universi- ty at Waco where they have been attending school. Russell received his B. B. A. degree from Baylor. Bud Gilbreath went to Shre- veport Wednesday night to ac- company Mrs. Gilbreath and their daughter, Sarah Glynn home. Base Ball supplies. This has been our banner year on base- ball supplies. Look at what we have and then you will see why. Gist and Sons...

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