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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

Do you know why its toasted To soil In tho delicious Burley tobeooo flavor. LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE FREE SHOW OF FIREWORK! wm s# MM >M>I t City. There Km been reported Realdsburg, Cal., a rrmsrkable oc- currence. large quantities of what is allied meteoric ton fell from the sky. The shower, which began t ahoat seven o'clock in the morning and reached it* maximum about ten, ws* seen by all the inhabitant* of the town. The flow firut appeared high up, in a perfectly clear *ky. ai< a nin*s of i ■tare, lustrous metallic sheet* and DURBAN BUILDS Mart a# CtTT Under no conditions «h land in tf>* Tranavtal, and what was once the Orange Free State, of which they were the an- cient possessore, according to H. C. Reynolds, in rhe Christian Herald. In the cities iney are confined to the **location," a segregated blank district where they endure fright- ful surroundings. In Pretoria the negroes live for the most part in shack* made of silverv ropes. It reached the earth in various sha...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

ot Hi«i of Constipation C=SSK ^ human ills. It brings rfon more suffering, /more sleeplessness, /more ill-temper than I any other single cause. W YOU CAN GET KiD of constipation. Nor do you have to take any nauseating, griping _ medicines to do it. Take llCH-LAX Li *X is a new treatment It deans p£?rfl. ,, the poiMMMi from the KS outs vou in shape to accomplish I And K1CH LAX doea this without K «Hi weak nnd half-sick. as yoa , Wafter taking ordinary laxatives. is ' uirfW* medlcin# *yU w* tm P^DENNEY DRUG CO. A TONIC I'lTaatelesa chitl Tonic realores and Vitality by PurifyinJ and i the Blood. When you feel lu ittaeninK. invigorating effect, aee how color to the cheeks and bow ves tlio appetite, you will then tieto its true tonic value. ft Tasteless- chill Tonic la simply I Quinine suspended in ayrup. So nt even children like it. The blood | QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I it. Destroys Malarial germs and irms by its Strengthening, Invigor- I Effect 60c. IDGRASS LUMBER COMPANY have...

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

/(ft • 'r Rat Catchers Contest Contest begins Feb. 5 and closes March 5. Mrs. Jim Moore, chairman $5 for greatest number rat tails. $2 for longest rat tail. $1.50 for second and third largest number of rat tails. 50 tails the minimum. Go to Mrs. Moore for further information. Civic League NOT LIKE BUBONIC PLAGUE METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY MARRIED The Indies of the Missionary 8ocletr <A the Methodist church were fcutertulned by the ladle* of Ui '.orthffttt Ward at *ho home} of Vlru. W. C. tloiu.lua Monday J Afternoon. Ji :iuai> HI. We had! t v«r,\ intort uliuK contest, d raw- ing a *unMuwer blindfolded. Mr« j J V. Attawoy was declared to be the best blindfolded artist. There were oilier contests, in- terspersed wltb ; aud opera ^e- lectiuna on t'e Vktrola*. Aft^r while we we^e uerveu with chick- en salad, wafers, pickles, cheese and pimento sandwiches and hot chocolate. We then bide onr h(isteas «ood-t ye to meet in the church on Monday, February 7, iu our regular business me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

. ■ '■rfHr4—> I j . i [ I I I 1 I GOODS IN TOWN. FROM NOW UNTIL SATURDAY, We are going to rmwurffiT sell our goods Re- gardless of price —HtCrWM ' ,, is what you must have. We will positively save you money and give you an AUTOMOBILE besides. No place in Winnsboro to get Auto Tickets but Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. ar d Campbell's Big Five. Remember the time and places. Save money and get an Automobile too. I m ; My Hi I HI HHj p Bt 23 ;ery Mad dtvl join >1 I fur if could] M 'I tfc 1'Ollldl till J con* I volu-1 twel |; ,r f le losy-| lac W" /innsboro Weekly News iHomer K. Weir, Editor B A YEAR IN ADVANCE^ fntered as second-class mat- September 24, 1909, at the Jtoffice at WinnBboro, Texas, ler the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known application. JLISHED EVERY FRIDAY •r. B. A. Harry JTKoIWTIIIO PHYSICIAN pec in home on North Mt.in V'tinUr Sam Brock's reci- pe- Culls answered any time. uboro, - Texas Let us know your wants in millinery and ready-to-wear. We tike car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

f, i- } , I I ..V- .♦ 12 1 i ' 'j o Only three weeks left in which to get The News at a dollar a year. On March 1st we will go back to our old rate of $1.25. Don't wait until March and then ask us to send the paper for $1.00. We won't do it. If you want to save a quarter, renew at once. Our rate is lower than any paper in North-east Texas. Several hundred have already taken advantage of the cut price and renewed, but there are still a large number who have not done so. We are still taking subscriptions to the Dallas Semi-weekly Farm News and offer both papers for $2.00. Jp THE PUBLISHER I i I ■ « •'##'<! ' •• - K • j 4 i *■ v,

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

DoiGelitoTHeiis Will you stop and think, and try to recall if you ever knew or heard of a Sedan owner who did not speak of it as one of the best investments that he or she had ever made Th« gasoline consumption it unusually low Ths tiro milsagt is unusually high r. S. STEED Winnsboro, Texas I'll ON ft 100 : CALLS FOR -THRIFT SUNDAY* Mafuln* Ur«M That It ft Immediately PracaSInf LaMr'a National Hallway. Why not make the Sunday before I-«Sor day each year a notional I hrift Sunday in commemoration of our wartime thrift? It would be inconsistent and ill- advised to act aside h weekday lioli- 'ay for thin purpose. Yet thrift played h prominent jmrt in I lie war and we shall continue to need it so badly (lint one .Sunday a year should l>e dedicated to j(. And wlmt Sun- day could be selected witli finer con- sistency than the day before Labor day ? This is not an entirely new idea. Before the war it was advocated by the American Society for Thrift and wan inaugurated in a number of sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 February 1921

r 4 a ii , i LOOK! "I've worn these FOOT R£ST stocking* a long I tin c and they are (till like new. Mother and father I wear FOOT REST too. Mother aayt they aave her a lot of work and worry. Father likes them because they ore the strongest hooe he can buy and coat no more than any other kind." T. B. TURNER & SON AGRICULTURAL NOTH ( . 2rbs beys and girls of the rami communities art the coming farmer* <rf ear rountry, ao let us watch thla ♦car.what they are going to do. The clubs tflftt'are now organised are Web- ialer. Pleasant Grove Stout. I'artwrilht, ffiuvf Home, Ooldwat( r. Forest lltuue ! and a number of others, alf which have I an enrollment'Of from flfteeu to thirty , boya and girls. The boya are planning ' to have their own acre of crop and | do a spe> lal work Id thla plot. There are some who are to have the care of •IQ ADDITION TO FACTORY. Substantial evidence of Dodga Broth er< confidence In the future la to be found In tholr expenditure of between I 16,000.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

)L XII NO 24 $1.25 PER YEAR ,OW •odge Cars W1NNSBOKO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS FEBRUARY II. 1921 1,11 on All Kinds of Automobile Accessories Tom S. Steed Dodge Service Station PRICES HAD TO COME Only a few short months ago we told you that the American dollar would bo worth one hundred cents a#ain. One hundred cents will buy one hundred^cents wprth of goods today—and the man or womantfwho saved tlx n— is going to tret just twice as much for their dollar as in the extravagant eru. 'n good times—or always talks. bad times—money in the bank 8A8 BLOW-OUT SOILS 8EVERAL SUNDAY SUITS First National Bank • "The Old ReliableM Test to be Made in Attaway Well Morris No. 1 Down 1998 Feet Tuesday the Winnsboro Pet- rotary drill used at the Morris roleum Co. gave the Chamber well will in all probability pass of Commerce the following the Attaway before the end of statement regarding drilling the week. The public can look operations at the Attaway and forward to some interesting de- Morris Wells. velopm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

* / i y Do you know can roll lucts from ono bag of List of Jurors • District Court OENUINK "BullDurham TOBACCO It's Made Right Cod-liver oil is as delicate as butter, it must be made right to assure palatability. scott's emulsion lecidedly palatable I auid easy to take. It contains purest Nor- wegian cod- liver oil that is made right from the start. Scott A Bowm, BloomflaV), N. X ALSO MAKERS OF kl-moids (Tablets or OramHes) «>*_ INDIGESTION JO-Kek AToaic Wane; ♦as it writ Mn. V/ Ray. of Essley, S. C. "Thedo ''treated a«c tor *hout two months, still I didn't get say better. I lud a lar^r lam- My and felt 1 surtfy must do Spaeth: mj (0 en&bte mt t<* (nice iAie wt in/ ntue uties. i naa beard of Following is the list of grand and petit jurors for Spring term of District Court of Wood coun- ty which Court convenes Mon- duy February 28; 1921. GRAND JUKORS J( o D Adrian; (Golden J II English; Alba O B Vickers; Winnsboro Floyd Williams; Hawkins C C Sisler; Mineola Allen Rushing; Q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

Is the we give the AUTOMOBILE away Buy your goods CHEAPER and get the CAR to BOOT. Give us a trial and we will prove to you that wg arc selling goods cheaper in all our departments. EVERYTHING goes in this sale, DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, FURNITURE, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR and MILLINERY as well as Groceries. See us for best prices on FLOUR. Nothing like looking around and saving money. This offer is good at Campbell's Big Five and Comor-Campbell Lumber Co. CAM Tt Get them at W. A. Nalors jGraoe Hrewer wpro marJ plant. , Beds one mile southeast thft home of N E Spay of Winnsboro on Gilmer «ndj()HV ev#nin|t at 8 0-c,0ck) Winnsboro road or leave Seav p,Jrformln(t the cerg order with Will Turner. |The newly weddfd coupUf W. A. Nabors Fruit Company jlbe niK|lt train for baiiafl they spent a few days. ! ing home Thursday Th and baby have returned to popular young people ai ( Mr* and Mrs. H. S. Martin tlheir fiome in Greenwood, La. r ) 1 good ear corn; sack isboro Weekly Hews |omci R. Weir^Edilor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

Income Tax Information Young Friend! !*f . Births, deaths and marriages during the year 1920 affect ma- j ttn{j 8ee our cities at terially income tax returns for that year. Millions of babies were added to family circles, each of whom1 ',^on®' brings an exemption of $200 in If George Washington could rise from his grave on his birth- day the 22nd of this month midnight lighted as bright as day, hear the whirl of the electric car talk over the wireless tele- send a message by to a ship far out at isea, examine his own bones the parents income tax return. Ht) X-ray, view tfye sunny Widows and widowers who p|Mjng and canals of Mars lost their husbands or wives through a telescope, take a during the year are especially affected, llney are single for flight from America to Europe in an air ship, and return un the purposes of the income tax der the waters of the ocean in law and are granted only an " submarine, get inn over by exemption of 11,000, unless the;an automobile going ninety mil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

y ■ \ ■ , * • HE UKIVERSAf. CAR ent to rning wne he othe half trucks hey giv<! °' Ford radical \ ich mea>roducts id the co, un<jer f the tinv or ra. nds of ^Vhere fa KS Ol „ That-Universal Fo*-1 ** *" HE too siness car. It ^ow the etctory. rgea^Th u a S ba are ^your work promptly and at a reas- ^•rd parts, Ford mechanics, Ford apecial tools aud you are onable price. machinery and rviu Charges are an unbeatable combination W hen you require service we are at your immediate command. T. L. MOORE Authorized Dealer, Winnsboro Personal and Local Items If it's meats, we have it, the best the market affords, as Mr. Hooks has charge of this. Giva us a trial and be convinced as —. & Grain Co. Fire Boys Given | Oyster Supper v The Are boys were again kindly remembered for their valuable service in fighting fires JP when T. M. Newsome entertained them with an oyster supper at fine Spearman's cafe Tuesday night. others are. Russell Meat Protecting property Prices on all silks and dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 February 1921

NEW Spring Fabrics THEY'RE HERE! NEW GINGHAMS Beautiful patterns in Tissues,Zephyrs, Toile De Nord, Utilities, Gold Bond, all priced very low C You will enjoy look- ing at these fresh and Spring-like things! The Wings of Fashion Flutter Here SUITS, DRESSESh SPRING MILLINERY BRING GLAD TIDINGS OP ADVANCE STYLES FOR THE NEW SEASON AT HAND - THE NEW MDLL1NERY MODES SMART is one adjective to use when describing these Hats. BEAUTIF UL is another and LOW PRIir.D are pre-eminently (he words lhal m an most. FASHIONABLE FOOTWEAR 1 Favoring Stylish Oxfords and Pumps for W0IH6ILWJW ^ t 1 • 1 n • These come in varicuTt-rf^f ^ Prefer more dressy kmd of Shoes foF^pring. - ia-os styles with one or as many straps as wanted. The| point is being impress.^ u^„ |,pcle 8 ,, I lliiihi IM ItflMi lll-in his vice • • tii ill | f WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORK" LEAuoCi mer Sold Wife for Lot Chicago, Feb. 7—The four principals in a complicated love drama were brought together by tlie police today when Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

snstotfii [XII NO. 25. WiNNsnoKQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS FEBRUARY 18,1921 11.25 PER YEAR iveral Dodge Automobiles in Stock for Immediate Delivery >e Me at Once if Your Want a Real Car. Tom S. Steed. PRICES HAD TO COME % A Only a few short months ago we told you that the American dollar would be worth one hundred cents attain. v One hundred cents will buy one hundred cents worth of Koods today—and the man or womanftwho saved then- is going to get just twice as much for their dollar as in the extravagant era. Morris Well No. 1 Finds | the Woodbine Sand Oil Covers the Slush Pit-Thorough Test to be Made — The Winnsboro Petroleum j operators were unsuccessful, Company gave The News the the people of Winnsboro were In good times- always talks. -or bad times—money in the bank First National Bank "The Old Reliable" following statement Wednesday: "The Morris well No. 1 of the Winnslmro Petroleum Company, which is being drilled by the Childers-R oberts Syndicate aljout 4 miles east of Winns- b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

■ if I Km a | Si LUCKYSTRIKE cigarctie. Flavor is sealed in by toasting BEST EVIDENCES The plump, rosy cheek, a well-nourished body, are the best evidences of strength and vigor. SCOTT'S EMULSION is used in tens of thou- • sands of homes every | - day. It improves the appetite, pro- motes growth and sustains strength. S« H a Bowna. Blanaaflilrli N. J. —ALSO MAKERS OF KMfOIDS (Tablets «r Granules) ^INDIGESTION { R. R. ALVIS DEAD Mr. R. R. Alvis passed away Sunday night at 11 o'clock. Fu- neral services were held at the Baptist church Tuesday after- noon, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Lee cemetery. Mr. Alvis had been in bad health for several year* but on Sunday afternoon was thought to be* some better. Those out of town who at- tended the funeral were I. N. Alvis of Haskell, Z. C. Alvis of Austin, C. E. Alvis of Gates- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cun- ningham of Mineral Wells and Mrs. M. A. Wright of Newsome. A more extended writeup 'of the deceased will appear in ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

OSSIFIED I I Two farms, -60 in" cultivation on each, fourth. See W: C: w 26 paOll. [lHASK—For side 100 acres I 2l/< miles cast of Morris I j,'0r information call at L office Saturday or write Office Box 384, Rosewood, TRESSES RENOVATED- k your mattresses renovated Jg ve money. Work called land delivered. Quality ser- [ with 15 years of experience of it. Write or telephone burg Mattress Factory, phone 107, P.ttsburg, Tex- |Box 180. P. E. Sullivan, rietor. 26 —- —■——^ jAYED—Jersey heifer, dun I, horns 8 or 4 inches long, irg old. Disappeared Feb. Jill pay for any information [can frive. Baxter Brown, flboro, Texas. | SALE—Ten acre oil and se less than half mile! either Attaway or Morris J Address S. E: Waason, I E 5th Street, Atlanta, Ga. | SALE—Or trade for cot- i, one good gentle work 1. P. Gibson. 26 TED—8 registered Jersey Must be firit-claM: See It once. B. D. McLarty. f—About January 1st, for Franklin car. Firtder return to Fowler's Drug and receive reward. ISALE—Registered J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

1 Wioisboro Weekly News Ho«cr It W«4r, •1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. a title to the upper floors property of the said Mr* L. E. Mc Bride and the property of M. D. Car- lock, being ia wMth twenty-Are feet Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. Dr. B, A. Harry lineal feet of concrete cyrb at 85c per foot, $25.50; 17 cubic yard* of excavation at HOC per yard, $13.60; 43.3d quare yard* finish subgrade at 20c per yard, $8 67 ; 30 lineal feet storm newer at 62c per lineal foot, $18.60. Total, $187.09. (leorge D. Hurdle. 20 feet in Block and length one hundred and twenty five feet or thereabouts, deeded l>> L. E. Mc Bride and U. D. Carlock for due consideration to the late R. 0. _ Andrew* and being a part now of the 3 and I.ot 15, 2/.7H square yard* pave- j R. G. Andrew* Kstate. Said building ment at $2 80 |<er yard, $77.78; 20 being situated in Block 3 and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

v.. If you want to win the AUTOMOBILE, you'better procure your tickets. few more days until Feb. 26, which is the day that the lucky number will get this Car. Just a You cannot go wrong when you buy your goods cheaper, besides a chance of a life- time to GET A GOOD AUTOMOBILE. CAMP IG FIV P En AND CONNOR-CAMPBELL LUMBER CO. ■■■■■■■■■ lee the bargains in plow |s on our floor. Gist & Sons. Ire you coming to the Par- (•Teachers meeting next kreday? For the benefit of Elberta. jl.50 table linen 89c. Pretty ks linens, silk and the late ferial for Spring. T. B. Tur- & Son. Dorothy Dodd dresses just opened. $19.75 to $89.50. See our line of real classy dresses and suits. T. B. Turner & Son. Jats, lots of 'em, arriving |y in all new shades. Camp- is Rig Five. Mrs. I. P. Gibson has return- ed home after an extended visit of thirty days with friends and relatives at Blossom, Winters^ Dallas and Greenville. * *«i Our prices are right, our plows can't be beat. Gist & Sons. |ee o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

Eldorado Gusher "L . .. Enriches Many toele -Mass Jbsto ocer up 1 if VOU KNEW VN/ME^ vou WTRE GOING "TO cxe there v-ouu.wi be ant* pun Eldorado, Ark.—A doctor, a fanner and a Chinese laundry- nian gambled in oil. Now the little town of El- dorado is counting its millions, actual and prospective. Samuel T. Busey of Newark, N. J., is the doctor. He's also a geologist and globe trotter. He heard of a gasser near Eldorado that was so strong it blew its own vents in the sur- face of the earth. David E. Armstrong is the farmer. He owned 500 acres of of land. He believed it con- tained oil even though the tow holes had been bored without result. Dr. Busey and Armstrong en- tered into a contract. Then the two had to raise profits to his own To Discontinue Foreign Loans Washington, Feb. 18—Secre- tary Houston agreed today with the senate judiciary committee not to, make any r.dditionul { loans to foreign governments, no matter how pressing the demands might be, until he had: consulted the co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

th# uiiiintm ently bery. Tj Ihtr ' and 10." iur iiy. |m f?olo|| ntnfn«4 |il><'n tbt g rtnuil, coorteons note ti [*: CtvendlHh requesting that b< •II Mr Patrick Knrlght. of Knrlght , Dougherty, sat In hla private offlc« the top "« °r of ,h* Co,lunder huUd , m CorNandt street waiting for th# uth'n uppearance. Since youni " ihIIhIi hud consulted hlin before minor matters. Mr. Knrlght had ex- ited thui >*** would call voluntarily HfH'r the murder, but In thla b« ,llH,i| |M)lnted. Realizing tbal [roadway wan very dear to the young Ln Enrlght had made allowances, ' in weary of waiting," be decided to H Into the game himself and to tbli [id had (llHpHtched the note, to which nvendlsh t>ud replied both by tele- iioiu' ami 410te- ' |"H,. ought to be here now," mar- ur,.d Mr. Bnrlght sweetly, looking at watch, and soon the expected vial- whs ushered In. Arising to hla Pt the attorney extended a molat, Ldgy hand. ■"Quite prompt, John," he greeted, fgkc tin- < hair there—and p...

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