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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

Ttt;; IT NO. 52. VV1NNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY BE DECEIVED ON TIRES U\ Sell You a Tire and Give You a Tube lobile Batteries, Ford Cushions in Stock 1 Second-Hand 5-pass. Dodge a Fairbank«-Mor«e Ga« E We Expect Some Naw Dodges in Stocl Dodge Service Station. - m oi OFFICIAL STATKMKNT The First National Hank WtNNSBORO, TKXAS At the Clo«e or Ha in«a* June BO, n Rendered to the Comptroller ot the Currency 5 I RESOURCES Loan* and Dinoount* $*1"0,4H5.24 H. Bonds 112,000.00 Bulldinif and Fixtures li,100.00 Cuh and EucHmiki 304.S93 45 Tout $1,008,758. IW LI A HI LIT IKH Capital SUKrk *100.000 00 Surplus Kund IOO.«KH> .HI Undivided Hrollu 100.000.00 Dividend No 11 10 000.00 L'ni*<irmtd I i.count 1.040 45 Circulation 48 0110 00 D.po.lt. 73«.Bia.a4 Total . 51,0*8,758 Btt The Above Statement '«• Correct ALF MORRIS, CaahSer. :n )V( ai 10GG1N & LUMBER YARD Millions For Methodist Schools * ra NNEY i it 21.- \ b * I I | of Neff | 4 f* fo addr elect Senator Texas, V'sir.ca i iPj bu* de- n cratic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

Winnsboro Weekly News Homer H. Wetr, Editor ^TYEITiiTADVANCE. hntfred as becond-cia>s mat- « us**, September 24, 1D0U, at the .porfUffice at Winn*boro, Texas, ander the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I Advcriitinn Rtpiritnu THE. AMt.RK AN PRI M AabfX ATION 1,000 BOYS AND GIRLS TO VISIT STATE FAIJ s^clueational Encampment Also to Set DittriwUtion of Scholarships One thousand boys and glr's. com- :u* from all the countt"s tn Teaan •.where the lioy*' and GlrU' CI lbs aru tactr «. will be guests of the State of "Tvxas during the aea<on of J9J0 at the Kducutlonul Encampment. This season the work will be fur cbered a great deal more by the dis- tribution of State Kair acholarshlpi. These special prlxea will be dUtrl'.j xited during the State lulr soa.jon. a* follows: To Boy*: Three A ft M. Collegi scholarships to members of the Boy*' \\ r & vV'As DIHTRICT COUR* JlTRORS. ibt Following is the list of Grand and Petit Juror...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

mcvrm V It- V I 1 y 1 '.fc; lea km lun NO. 52. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY BE DECEIVED ON TIRES Sell You a Tire aid Give You a Tube bile Batteries, Ford Cushions in Slock 1 Second-Hand 5-pass. Dodge ai Fairbanks-Morse Gas Ei We Expect Some New Dodges in StocJ Dodge Service Station. A OFFICIAL STATKMKNT The First National Hank WINNSBOHO, TEXAS At the Clowe of Htmi iiens June HO, I «« Komli-ri'd to the Comptroller of the Currency HKSOITKCKS [jOkBs and Di««ounU S-570.4ti5."J4 U S RnmU 112,000 00 liuildiair and 'Fixtures ... 11,700.00 Cash and Kachanve 304.S93.4S Total $1.0Wi),768 W LI VMIL.IT IKH Capital Stock 4100.000 (i0 Surplus fund 100.0CK) 00 Undivided I'roHu 100,000.00 Dividend No '11 10 000.00 L'ne*rn'jd t iaonunt 1.040 45 circulation 4M fldO 00 Deposit* 73S.Sta.34 Total .51,0*1,758 09 The Above Statement ia Correct AI.F . <ORRIS, Cashier. le w 11 01« nsn e thin wledge ti * ioggin & dbummond LUMBER YARD Millions For Methodist Schools The T comr thei ness. orgai muni asking cot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

Weekly News Homer It W«lr, Editor WM A YEAR IN ADVANCE w ■ -- - - i- <•- - hnu-ted an <>ecoud-cla.ss mat- «tar, Septeinlior 24, l'JOtf, at the #oj5 ffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ander the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY Ali rn.unc Rnxrumu .*• LTH* VMKMK AN t'RIAS Ajyx ATION DMPVMCT Torirf JI'HORS. 1000 BOYS AND GIRLS TO VISIT STATE FAi! Educational Encampment Alio to &•« Distribution of Scholars-ips On* (hounaiid boys ami glr a. com iu* from all the counties In Tcsaa •. li re the Boys' and Glrla' Clibs aru «tr <\ will ba guests of the State of "Twai during the aeaxia of IS.'l at tb Kducatlouul (£:icampu>«wl. This season the work will be fur- thered a great deal more by the dU< tribal ion of State Kali scholarship* ~Tbei<e sperlil prizna will be tlUirl Following is the Hst of Grand and Petit Jurors for August term of the District Court cf Wood county, which Court ctnvencs Monday, August 25, 1920. GRAND JURO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

|>ur attention h during the pe ^withstanding the state rate by the legisla **** JOk les to t u">} '"tie Jo, 1 0,,e IT er-n- , *"0* • **' 011 Ve don ICE m VOT vv ar flg matters, showing how your taxes have been ii L e i, below. .|1; "" h to bin hinken sailors j[ ' " to scon. 1 r evej-. 'Jt <$■ increase in the assessed valuation of the pioperty i* We jtM*eased to take care of appropriations made of you* \ th$ ,v,& eeg j-t u' votii. l v"°c" w lilRe OMre 01 appropriations made of you. | ' sen. 0r''' rrt^ ^'U> governor, who have spent the people's monej 1 > |?< Viicie v " f long voyage. minute 'f 1 Vou \ alnation 12." 61VI 5 c 4«/oc 12i/isc 10c 21 e 12 Vic 30c 20c 35c' 30c 35c h t< %t' $1,635,297,115 2,174,122,480 2,809,803,626 2,888,500,124 2,515,632,745 2,582,710,050 2.686,129,(389 2.743,078,976 2,755,171,798 2,776.000,000 2,871,744,269 3,012.819,287 3,101,000.000 Wood ( ouol.v'* s mu> Tbxm (N«it Including .School Tuxc ) ?! 7,341.28 4,324.25 3,840.25 3,151.1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

* A Winnsboro Weekly N««" ~ Hom*r R- W*^r> Editor A YEAH IN ADVANCE. hnteted a M5toi ^>'4B8 m*V- i_U *( aaptatnber 1 i^ajteffice at Winns) ander the act of M Advertiaing rate* on application. . fl) BUSHED EVEJ f Fvrwi AJ.I j THE \MKRK AN I'HhJ 1,000 EOYl TO VISIT SI ■ Ga., and f>=dueational Encampment g ^ wheel D.itrUiut.oW o >chc Mis Liv{,_ On* thouiMd hoy* at>j pff, after ni* from all the couni( ^ ghe . ti rt" Dip . >•' an1 Uli ft will l «no*t* of shed iiurit.g ii-.n e ">vaa learned ih# Educational Kacam' a broken This srasou th«s woiI _ Lrred a g.cat deal nio.d skull. * c>. * ir burial io DISTRICT COURT JURORS. Following is the Mat of Grand >h Pptit Jurors for roiiu^iui ° "• and Petit Jurors for trrni of the Di trjr^l •-.41- By 0. E. Thompson, •v had a little goat, ten Wood county, con vanes Monda; 1920. / i GRAND To appeal S Ui -&9-lOi "HVH ^ & 4. °JlJt . V*lfo S/ . \ f rv * WPF. rWZ'' pS'*^' . *;; *** s&iif • •1 £vm u *V ai,H-LSVt 7K£* W ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

ah >. S of ountjr;j r> in - iicreg, liog 'm I'ouae, i !e $1 ft! Ofljy j °f land | t"d fitt tttionf 251 timber, 3 ^ to"i Jan^j I louse, cash, J id ilf nd (,ii _ N 1 j pasting! hI young, I1' l-i oo® J well er acre. J land, 80 j b in ■id id] ij] Iboro and | fells juid | I'd two urnss. PH Pocated in cultri re, 15 [chaiJ |ttom and Jfes in 1 l i past few I"'in h< Iclin cultiv I fenc h\ 1 tOTICE X PAYERS m VOT |r attention is invited to thp f„ii,.,.... Luring the perwd of years shown below!" ^ sh°wi,,8: how y<)ur taxes have ,xen ir (withstanding the fact of a steaHv in,... .. • .1 / Em state rate has been steadily iLe-is«?u,7 2**^ valuation the P«°l e,'tv «! « 'by the legislature And approved bv th,™ " ® °f aPProPn tions made of you, f nicer, sailors just ashore Zl H ZJZvZ ' ° ^ ** peo,,,e'8 8 vuyttge. | ylitsl e W am om NNEY b: t of Texas, or St,ite Hiv. Kale A c,Wcl Valuation 121/oC (i',4c 5 c 4I/2C 12i/: c 10c 25c 12 Vic 30c 20c 35c 3<>c 85c $1,635,297,115 2,174,122,48...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 August 1920

Winnsboro Wetklj News Hom*r ^- W«ir. Editor il.26 A YEAU IN ADVANCE DISTRICT COURT JURORS. Bailey'h Utile Coat - , „ „ j Rv O E. Thompson. Following U the of Gr*«l| ^ # m gtMi, ,a Potit linoi s for y * u, —.1 ■ tnt* ' d sfi>r, Septem iffice r the Advertisi; -on uppli' PUBLISH and Petit Juror* for term of the DUtilc. Wood county. convenes Monday/ 2^ ff J V ^ GRAND jj r'noif Texas F o-t* | THR AMI I ^ n'M, %,?Qpc(i/IMER 3E 'JKMn ' , "n«v "Mjjr Woi/, * "p Vice Prest. a; °°ja we^ks ooniic-vi.;i i/o _ j. "■ •' „, '£</. j' ppsaitd >-l e m| ia, The both oi your Winn ce. This a P>e< in dun to and itv on the scrib C A. rsdue«tlonai Enc ' OiitriSutton 9. ** - Mr*- ^ive" On* tkouMSt * after lax from all lb*5 ' g^e Mfluri the B y ft win i>« « 8he<\ to j durinj the Earned i)t K'tucatlooul , „vcn Thin «« on th a to™1 Ibtrrd a «re*i gfcutt. trlbntIon of 8t*t" Vj^nal ih«Ho *|.eclul pr Atlanta rtuiinn lh« try W ^ . Kotion n «nc day 1 T Boy*. Thrrf «r.holKr«bip9 to ni Harris, a«e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

Gr m I '3 i T I L M :st! Rll •ty, M I t^ieasi lip ki opal run v< I All tnide wood IZetta! Sen Tm Mr 16 nail Irch MM W if f^Br . • 1 W®ti IDcddn petals. (II. NO. 2. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY TEXAS, SEPTEMBEK 3, 1920 9126 PER YEAR BdrCfflinS One,^.cond-hand 2-pass. Dodge and one second-hand 5-pass. Dodge, both in first-class mechanical c • j c«r , °,?' Tires, Tubes and Accessories. Fenders, Cushions and Springs. One Fairbanks-Morse Engine and Wood Saw at a good price.. A FEW HUNDRED POUNDS SUGAR AT A BARGAIN. Hay that must sell. Don t forget our Dcdge Service Stajtion; first-elase meihar ic in charge. T. S. STEED. h t it 2SO.OO CASH PRIZES! Demonstration Farm in the spring we offered some prizes on cotton and corn as an appreciation of our kismess and to stimulate a greater interest in farming. Off or Holds Good Today every man woman young woman or young man still has a chance to enter the contest, she has farmed this year and has a crop. The Cash Prizes of $250 are divided as follows...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

Wimshoro Wi Bailey's Little G«at til \ JITR0R8. nk* ir; COMPLETED VSducati ttit e bered 'I M ip mys «n«i \'o Job of ev. ever l6oked upon with more inwrw* bf, ■fc'oicen than tbe sewing of the S6th star on the suffragists' banner at the National Women's Party of Washington. Miss Alice Paul Is shown baiow putting on the Bulshlng touch und again above unfurl^ ln« tbti beloved Ua£Ltr in the uaicuuy. — . , DANGERS OF A COLD Winnaboro People Will Do Well to Heed Thein. Nickels Makes Analysis (From Dallas Newt) f In the course of a statement made Sunday Mr. Nickels said: "We made the fight for *hat we know to be sound principles The office was purely incidental and unimportant except as it afforded means to the establish- ment of the principles. We lost, and that settles the matter in bo far as the office is concern- ed, and with respect to thut we cheerfully acquiesce in the re- sult, because a majority of minority of the voters of Texas who affiliate with the Demo- cratic party have the u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

lOut" I act hree] I We jive Ke*1 lich or- lille. j ish-j \ Mt iS M >« l>" n« liter- I'ti-h rth. '<• I I • Inert I « ' | I '' | 1 I _ ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP at H. M. Williams' shop ice and I am prepaired to five you good service and 'ill guarantee al! my work. Give me a trial • I. C Miller & Son p. - DOWN WltH A CRASH ] 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR lOO Per Cent "Pep'' When your Ford car or your Ford truck doesn't display its usual quantity or quality of "pep and dash, its time to have a repairman who understands the Ford mechanism give it the "once over'—then make the necessary adjust- ments or repairs, and return it to you full of its old time "pep" and energy and pull. You'll notice the difference. We employ only skilled Ford mechanics—men who know how Ford cars are made, and how they should be kept to give the most efficient and eco- nomical service. And our shop equipment boasts a great many specially designed Ford tools and time-saving devices and machinery. Don't risk chances, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

News DISTRICT COURT JURORS. Bailey'* Uttle J — «■! VMM Homer /M | <>..46 A Wiansboro Weekly News Homer R. WeirT Editor *L25 A YEAR1N ADVANCE. Entered as second-class mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, Under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising: rates mttde known on application. PUBLISHED EVEUY FKIDAY Fiif«i|n AiKtnunii H«pr*Mntativ« THE AMEHK'AN PHESS ASSOCIATION STATE'S FINANCES IN * SOUND CONDITION Austin, Texus, Aug. 31.—The State's new fiscal year w ill open tomorrow with $14,000,000 in cash in the State depositaries CROWD JEERS BAILEY ON WAY TO HIS u ML (Education! Dlttri On* th'i lux from the ikilhM Ull . T« i dur\ th« K'luoa' Thin Ml Ckrred ( trlbutlon > Th *«" fcpc wtrd riurin tfollonii: To Uoj>.' whnln: shir (Ft. Wortli Star-Telegram) A crowd of probably 200 mci unci with . .en.nd revenue iundlj-red. * ««■ •* of at least $8,760,000, the lar- the ap|)earance of Joseph gest general revenue balance at don Bailey, when he walket the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

' </y It frfcjZ "ere rri in idle, its, mm THE RUN-OFF i <m LIGHT! The Guiding Influence of the World i ie "Waco" Acetylene Carbide Feed Is the King of Farm Lighting Systems [ts simplicity, economy, safety and durability, to- cher with its soft glowing light, and its benefit to ry member of the family, make it an investment rer to be regretted. * 1 'here are users of our system in your community, [k them for particulars. They are always our boosters. >n all-orders taken for Fall delivery before an ex- ited advance, prices guaranteed. See or write W. E. BECSGS Winnsboro, Texas \ S.—By use of Johnson's Anti-Freeze once a year lur generator will not freeze. BAPTIST CHURCH NEFF 18 GRATEFUL FOR FRIEND# AID Waco, Aug. 81.—Pat M, Neff, run-off primary "lection The revival meeting closed Sqfcurday resulted in a land- last Sunday night with glorious slide at this box for Neff for results. The Christians were who spent Sunday with his governor, Bailey receiving one greatly revived und...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

JURORS. Homer K. w-*. ■ Bailey's Little Goat CARDUI HELPED 1 agricultural notes. REGAIN STRENGTH UV B L. UAV18. I Community organizations rre Lu ' Wu Sir\c Fur Thr.# "pringing up all over the coun- rt _ ;ty. This is the thing that will {introduce the farmer to hi* neighbor. And the State of I Depressed Read Her 0w« Story of Recovery. #*tat Roek. AU.—Mr*. C. M. Stegall, Mf MV her*, recently related the tol- Texas is making itself known all over the Liuon by these or- ganizations. tilueatio Out oo« n in* troa v«U re th iutn« m TVxaa di I he C.-iurt Thla e be red a trlbutlon Th *«• hp <utcd duri Ifollon h: To 80? «r.holn:(b 11 inters11^' account of h "r 7: The following letter is one •over/: "I wu In a weakened con- of many that have come tc me ditlo^. I vu alck three years in bed. from other parts of the statu raftering a great deal of pain, veak. ^hou what is bein^ done in other parts. August 28th, 1920.—Mr. B. .J . v 4000-MILE Stomach regularly taking remedy bladder aenroua, depr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

:J: ..41| - ■ ('• I&PIOT D BAR 82 in cultivation, P. Bank RELIGION AND DKUNKENES* With the man who gete drunk V* innsboro. Texas'1 «**> sympathise, though i was | never drunk in my life. But I f A ««reB food land on public 43 acres land in Wood county .know what he want*. It is that 4 wiles of Winnsboro, % on public road; 27 acres in cul- elevation above the pettiness. lf)0V, acres land located in 40 acres of land in 6 in timber, all level Franklin county, 66 acres in cul- county, 83 acres in cutivatiof, _ ti . , ^ VU1. °Ca k j-V*i J°n' 8<> P"at*re' 60 in pasture, 5 in timber, all fen- mi,es. °L rood three-teacher tivation, 10 acres in pasture, 1H cheapness and commonness of Winnsboro, on pub- timber, 2 in orchard, all fenced, ced, on public road. One 3-room MaturT^n °ft mi,e of school, 1 acre in or-,the daily grind. It's the time in rou an e e- •> og proof, on public road, house, one well and spring. 9 orchard, 6 in bottom land which chard, 2 rooms and 2 porches, wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 September 1920

Winnsboro Weekly News ,,lrtTRICT o™** k™** Bailey's Little Goat '«. ,'*X i. ducat Oi On« ur fr« > u r cttMi lis Kd, Tllta bcrtd rlbutlo hen* ted du To B tfeolart * fA J t $ We are building our buiness solid- ly by serving men who demand woolens and tailoring of known ex- cellence, at prices they consider eminently fair. It will be interesting to every man who appreciates real quality to see our offerings priced in the neighbor- hood of $60.00 tailored to individual measurement. Chas. Robinson "Sign of Good Tailoring" CHEAP it y* an« LUMBER \ ./r* The Brown-Flournoy Lumber Co. having sold their mill located 3 miles northeast of Winnsboro are now moving their entire stock of lumber consisting of more than 140,000 feet to the sheds of the Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. in Winnsboro where it will be sold at bargain prices, as we are going out of the lumber business and need the money. This lumber is dry, well milled and a good assortment of both rough and dressed and will positively be s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

; *> XII, NO 3. WINNSBORO, WOOD CO XAS, SEPT. 10, 1920 $1.25 PER YEAR Bargains condS Tpl °^eando?e89??-nd^and5"i)a5:;- Djd?e- both in first-class mechanical las Engine and WooHW £ ' lubefand Accessories Fenders, Cushions and Springs. One Fairbanks-Morse Sethat must sen ttfl K°°£ 5nceo A FEW .HUNDRED POUNDS SUGAR AT A BARGAIN. Hay V" e"- Uon 1 tor«et our Df dge Service Station; first-class methtnc in chsrjie. . S. STEED. $250.00 CASH PRIZES! Demonstration Farm Hglly in the spring we offered some prizes on cotton nnri onn, „ . ,. business and to st/imulate u greater interest in farming appreciation of our x. . *' —•'— i '• liiidiaipBWBIPHM This Offer Holds Good Today id evei > man, woman, young woman or voung man still ha he or she has farmed this year and has a crop. The Cash Prizes of $250 are divided as follows: $75.00 for best ten ears corn #50.00 for second best ten ears of corn fZ l>t,St taPIe®h«w,I in half pound of seed cotton $.>0.00 foi second best staple m half p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

mmmmmtmmmmrnmm FOR COTTON CHOP m (From Dallas News) A* hm ''t venditioni and prospect# as of Aug. 1 is- sued by the T«xaa industrial Congress, covering 176 counties in Texas, show# that th£ cotton crop has reached a critical peri- od in its development. The corn crop is made and falls short of ROADS J Ust week citizens oi lh South end of Franklin eeunty obtained an injunction prohibit- ing the c<immissionet's court of that couuty from further expen- ditures of the road fund. This was brought about from the feelings of the citizens that they were hot getting their pro-ratf of the fund in road improve- ments. ' On Monday morning of this Some througiw bought' Winn* has week a mass meeting of about,n jll(J last year's yield by about 25,- 000,000 bushels, according to, , ... , r ■■ tht mrnt. ~t the Wheat eropl™" hanllr«d «" • met at Cylty on «■ not e«eed 16.000,000 bu*-"'jjf els. Live stock and range condi tions good, and the majority of counties report enffltienl rein- • to fall and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

1 i Stops The , Tlokle WORTH THAN PRlCB Braddoek Height., Md, Aug. of Agriculture sustains ttie view iI expressed a week ago; the in- dicated yield of the crop now 'coming to market is well with- jin the indicated consumption of the next twelve months, while I the forecast Lb some 200,000; bales more than was forecast >y the August report, trade indi-| cations are that consumption will increase as much or more. ( For instance, the American] Consul at Barcelona reports; thftt if a labor crisis doos not iriervane Spain will consume 20 per cent more. The C rnsul General at Copenhagen sav that Denmark may be depend-. Heals The Throat Cures The Couj h t Price 35c. A FREE BOX OF GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE (Opens the Pares and Penetrates) For Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup, is enclosed with every bot- tle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY Yw get the Cough Syrup and the Salve (or one price, 85o i Public by Paris Medicine Company Manufacturers of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic 'E F > F o#hI wag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

ft a , 111 ■ soc/ated w ' Dry Goods ®; IN TEXAS AND ^OKLAHOMA Making ready for the greatest business this Fall in the history of this organisation. Great loads of PRACTICAL, DEPENDABLE, SEN- SIBLE, MERCHANDISE is now being distributed throughout this great chain of Dry Goods Stares. THE PERKINS STORE SERV- ICE, the service that has proven satisfactory to over a HALF MILLION ECONOMICALLY INCLINED people throughout TEXAS and OKLAHOMA is being thoroughly adjusted to meet the conditions for the coming season and-while PRACTICABILITY is a predominat- ing feature in PERKINS BROS. MERCHANDISE for the FALL season that usual UNQUESTIONABLE QUALITY and the REASON- ABLE PRICES are outstanding features that will demonstrate more forcibly than ever the PERKINS LEADERSHIP in QUALITY and VALUE giving THE PERKINS STORE WANTS YOUR FALL BUSINESS. PUT US TO THE TEST. f >b> fi'-M' —+• X m \, ' X •kl 'H M PA.NY i :>i !i .'in i t f ■f i ■1W '•l ill' IMpIm illi-i'ui' %> > 'v: ■:!!!;,t.: .,;...

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