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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

Next Friday and Saturday Enterprise SALE Days Your Money's Worth and then Some. S :s the Real Bargains. You ^Vill Appreciate Them. "The Enterprise" T. B. TURNER & SON, Proprietors nn !)' 1 • I WORTH HATS THE NEW iWORTH HATS ARE HERE JUST received—a complete assortment of the new Worth hats for Springs! All the new models are represented, in- cluding Telescopes, Fedoras, Roll Brims, etc. The colors include the newest shades. Some are silk lined, others plain, in both light weight and welter weight styles. Everyone is a genuine Worth—the hats you have seen ad- vertised. A Worth hat stands for the highest possible quality at the lowest poss'ble price. Let these Worth hats. us show you W. C. Dodgen Co. Winnsboro, Texas A COUNCIL OF WAR A Council of War is hereby called to meet in Commerce, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE secured Mr. B. L. Davis, tlic agricultural agent hr the At the meeting of the di- year, Mr. Davis has terraced rectors and members of the '100OO «cves of land the pa*" II j Cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

'M WINNSBORO, WCX)D COUNTY, TEXAS May 6, 1921 $1.26 PER YEAR — —— - ■ V| — — A *-J«H Jk jour<l'sP'ay ^J^o^obiles. If you want a car> the Dodge is the best on the market for the price. Let n01' ' hI Fo-H mn of fl. . |erVt'Ce .f ?+Uon at your coJn,nanJ when in troabla. Also all kinds of Accessoi ies ^ An cr'p von mnnra r? quality and at prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on Me. BUn sa ,e you money. Come to see us when you waVit anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. BM4 OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Hank WIN N 8HORO, TEXAS At the Clone of Hu ltieM« April 2H, lf 2l, iim Rendered tu the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES • [/inni ami Discounts $525,905.90 U. S. Honda 1M, 400.00 Building and Fixtures 11,700.00 Reserve Hunk Stock H,000.00 Cash and I'.xciianje 154,453.27 Total 1X01,519.17 LIABILITIES Capital Stock IIOO.OOO 00 Surplus Fund 100.000,00 Undivided 1'rolHs 10f.M38.8o Circulation 43, f.Oft. On Hills Payable. 40.000.oo Honda Deposited 81.400(H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

K£* l a| B-i "8 r i 1 ¥1 [ |! • THAN HE COULD STAND BELIEVt* UMMING SOUL WQVE ,N ni:;!T i Buy Salesman's Sympathy far f>W tbinars r*u«ed Him to Give Up Hia Position. J'hh sugar shortage and high coat of food business isn't all a one-sided sorrow to Judge from the reaction in the heart throb* of the head clerk in one «f. Oyater -Bay's largest grocery slur,*, u New York Tribune corre- spondent write*. The sympathetic i le;'. i- Kn- I Walker, and lie handed him employer, I!. \V. Hoyce, his rcsig- tiaf other day.' #n* to get another liend f! Ijiere is to it," he un- i i..'t stand it any . I'*, i itrfiloyec vouches for the (Writ t \imt tears glistened ill the i .# at he muda known his do- Why, Fred!" exclaimed the jntrt r. "You astound me. Haven't •*e treated you like one of the tirm?" "It isn't how you've treated me, boss; it's how I have to treat our customers. They come in asking for sugar and I have to refuse them. They bu\ a bar of soap and I have to ehir cents more for it than I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

0i mm DOWN j MR CURRENTS JOLT AVIATORS MAKE PROVISION n p,c That Nation# of the ^ Are Drawing Closer v to Each Other. mouth* of war of w&lU fall* between I during the b'i *>"R0'0Ug Wills of partition I, <11 broken down; walls of clot* !iiT1 #f convention Ip,, aluiOft totally destroyed j hi large degree destroyed. Per- is uo more conspicuous of material tearing down that of the old city wall of which by the command of Are S.i id to Produce a Senaotlon Muen Akin to That of "Eumping toe Bumps." The experiences of aviators With winds that blow up and down in- ftead of parallel with the ground, aro summarized in for pet; mol-Hoarted People Frequently kMVt Sums of Money to Insure Their Propar Care. ' y fK,ull,ls a year was recently ' ft by an eccentric old gentleman iu the north of Knglnnd for the upkeep "I a lank of perch which he had AM 5NDMENT ■——mmm <'oi' Resolution No. 30. 'tutf tion from exercising any power, compensation of executive iT>u,uuui, >u ^ or demanding ...

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

9&lir£j if'? Y ' IPl ? ' ■ GR1CULTURAL NOTES CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DIDN'T WORRY IANS To correct an error let me ^®v;, Sec. and say that the free pictures of Wynne Barton, FinanciaJ the Texas Farm Boy's Special Director for the North Iexas will he shown here on May 24 Conference in the Christian rather than on the 4th day of Education Movement of the May. This iB an error of mine. Methodist Episcopal Church, h .ve announced the quotas for The big rains of last Mon- the various presiding elders day d d quite a bit of .damage districts in the campaign io( to newly built terraces but I $38,000,000 for the col- am ghri to learn that the des- Ifffes and universites of the) truction was not as great as church. was expected. The rain was The quota for the Sulphur very trying and the terraces Springs district is $115,595. new. In some cases the ter- This will be distributed among, races dU not break while in the pastoral charges and others smaK breaks were re- churche® of the dstrict. R<...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

Pertonal and [« Weekly News K Weir, Editor e$ak in advance. ai, , mud-class naftt- ISmWr vm> at the ' ., Ht Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 3.187a Irtiiing'nites mado known pjllfid every friday [jjr. B. A. Harry rtlopathlo physician ice in home en North Main i.i in lir 8«U) Mroek's rei,. js vered any time i Big Five. Local Items Oil and CdeI Development *.*. New shipment of ladies and, t,., luisses hats. Campbell's Big1 ° announc«?ment8 of gr *'ve- (importance for the developm M ... * St iof Ea8t Texas' vast reeourr viiie vi.uLi kSel,er®of Green: ;were made here thi« we<*- and Mrs. C. a M ££', 0nV " the Wi"' week. ' boro I etroleurn Company ti a." • <,■ - p. Halls aii' nsboro, Texas W the Blossom sand I - ck's well since they 'T of the Morris well 'and will know just xpect at the var ous 3r announcement was! J. Houston Childers orth, who announced nd associate's were ntensive development 1:1 l, . . • .v* «ra catensive poal aiyj lig-i it had just spudded in its nrte depos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

M ff wmmwmm* Ikf r* &' li «' i if 1 iliW Ij |1 4 t(li 1 Mb ' < ' 'i fit!' ! |:1 jflv 1(£ C i® i NIAGARA HELPED TO WIN WAR Qmt Fall* Shown to Have PIayed toy No Mean* a Minor Part In tha Conflict. 1 Aside from tlx* murveloua beauty of Niagara falls, it u a great ' Domic uHM't. The descent of the •trouni at the fall* and iu the rapid* just above would produce a water power e<|iial to 8,000,000 horat'pow- er. Hut the development of that power would involve the diversion of the river from its channel and the deal ruction of the cataracU a* a iK-enic feature. After a beginning had been mad* in the utilization of the power by appropriating a part of the water, agitation was begun by champions of scenic heauty which resulted in a treaty being signed by tha govern- ment* of the United States and Canada regulating the amount of water that might be used for power purposes. NOW THE SILVER BRICK ttMK Variation of Mto "OoM ■rich" Swindle Which Numbirid It* Victims ay tho Thousand*. Sil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

NS TO BLOOM METHODIST NOTES 187 in Sunday School. 156 in the There ,,/Alresdy Begun In 8p 1 f^n wa« Bars a Shert too in mo morn rig aervici Tf. Ago. There were at least 250 ■ 1— i. n . Metho lists running .imuck in TI*4',ll"4 *nd j around Winnsboro last, Cgh the ■PHiin.l great enjoy-Sunday morning. On* cf th > G„,(-„ls«t> ti-.i. wlicti they most shameful th ugs know* L., ftock "f wild horane. Aa is for one who da'nut member- MAY ESTABLISH WHALE HERD1 TRACING THE FIRST AMERICAN fcff"* Hocks notice . JPPthe motorist they ship in the church of the liv- , moment, with head# up, ,nK God to he "rat'en" around ■ «nk'iiipt( i*'l* blowing in ®n the street and vlsewhe.,- ir to .h. th hour „f Ki tml then "'"r 0,1 w ,n® l U1 wo '«l <p HI K,„ , wild, that s hou «' Hundiy morn ng. ,, iuL'lr- W11K !'i « gmr N11111 8 meeting at Commerce Tubs ay kill . , and Wednesday. Dr. ( < Bm"I t,",t * ' ,s ' ' ' lectman of First church, Dallas ll off oot brought a great men 0.' iIk i fr" . i-iit Iwo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 May 1921

II I'll II v>| f? ifl Is If ;iis m ^ 11 'if 11, it j| ,,i f ■■) Jiff 1 I I fir I ii^HH i i & ■ ■ • Iff 111 1 1 v Li One Dollar|Opens an Account with the Big Bank THE OLD RELIABLE The First National Bank Best Barb< >P Trades Day Specials FOR SERVICE SHINES 5 CTS / IiADlFS lui i free FREE FREE T. B. DANIEL, — An EXTRA PAIR OF TROU- SERS WITH EVERY &MT BOUGHT MAY 11TH Chas. Robinson SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOU II ENTIRE PURCHASE BY TRADING WITH Lilies take not'ce: We wll celebrate Winnsl>oro's first Tr.tdes Day by giving you 13 off on any Indies hat that you may select. j Honda.wi"oU<, make ,pw'"p,ice",or thi"day °" | Turner Mercantile Company Visit our store and look over the many bargains' we wiCl THE HOUSE THAT l'LEA ES offer for this Winnsboro's 1st Traces Day, W. C. Dodgen Co. «e#t Ex, Hi*h Cat. Flour 92 10 12 lbs. Bent Cane Suttar for 1 00 <Sood Bucket Coffee 75 tioori grade Brown Domes- lie, per yard , 09 flood grade Cheviots. .. 10 Oood grade Overalls, pa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

WINNSBORO. (OUNTY, TEXAS may i t, 1921 FOR SALE—Everything We Have In Store BTmw'^ c1JS£S1 TntE^iNIN FIRSARTAHS 8HAPE'1 FORI) TRUCK ANn SFV In fact we want to 86)1 it all and if you are in the market for anv*Hin ♦ul* ^ CHEAPEST Ami I.EST TIRES IN THIS rART J()F THE STATF I, lw, our DODGE SERVICE STATION. We H.vf & ZSZXZt " *""" I _ T. S. STEED - f 1.25 PER YEAR NO. 434 Merchants & Planters State Hank WINNSBORO, TKXA8 .Stntemant at the Clowe of Biminen« April 28, 1021 RKSOURCB8 l/iani nd l>i ~m unt 1390,482.83 iWIK.U#te J 1,720,(X> Kurniture and Fixtures 7,000.00 | Liberty Bond* 34,100.00 Stnck in p>d. moiprve Bank 1,800 00 Caron Hill* Kxehanjre 3,53#, 34 Cnh tnd E>(h«ni« 09.O1S.43 Tor a I $515) 8o7.00 MABtMTIKS Capita! Stook f3'>,noo.0) Surplus Kund Jfl.000 00 Undivided ProAu 9,6011.28 Bills Hayalile and Redis- counts. 01,815.18 Oapo.it> 3S4.S33.16 Tot a i. 1515 857.60 The above • tiitciucnt Ik correct ( GOKDOX Al.VrS, Ca«hl.-r. FIGURES TELL THE SIMPLE STOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

BIRDS TO CATCH FiSH |j Ik m. Maw Chlneaa Employ Cormoranta to Captwra Unwary Mambars of tha 1 • Vasty Daap. 1A "My Chinese Days" Miss Ou- lielma F. Alsnp describes a remark- able river industry that she saw while voting a friend in Soocbow. We were rowing on the river at the time, she say*, and as we tusned a lend we *aw a long, narrow boat •winging at midstream, in which two non stood motionless and silent. At Arst glance, it looked as if tlw boat were not floating on the water, but as if it were held just above the sur- face by a flock of ntronf? blackbirds «a lorgt as fitgU's. Kaacinalcd, I w.,tiL ' !, hrd« They nmsmed ma* ",w* •' • • 11 J HIf i 1 • ml fheir s#oty black wings. <% uutulier (iluuget] into tile water. 1 r ill m struggling au<l iai>piugi then th< men pulled thnm up by stout'strings, caught thein un- der their arms, ami jerked the IIMj from their mouths. I saw a gleam af silver a* they tossed the fish into % basket. The commotion aaiong thr> birds subsi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

RKS IN FROZEN FRUIT' H*« * PUCE IN THE SUN "TSETSE *• ••• U *••"« Vaara H.. a««n Wor>*«r#ul. I - y '* an# th. L Kaaulu C«*Mn,rrtti|y Arc of / Valu* me. [a4' Praetor ■ Texas. t Bird dotr. black head blue speckled; about nths: answers to name very playful. Liberal j Vor information leading very or return to €alt'« ^Tom Smith. _AJI kinds, prices ye Located second grth of Ben Hill's. Mrs. jUartin. |£_I have a nice 6 and lot with bath repair 2 Mocks of Bur- will trade for Texas farm. Robert [4603 Washington 3t., I Texas I^LE — One wall tele- first-class condition, new. Call at Chamber foerce office. * -One surrey to trade ev cow or t'«p buggy. Chamber of Commerce wanted. See me at —Mrs. J. L. Preaemng fr„|, truit by fmgl ha* 1 pUaed the experimental stage in the Middle AVeatcro and Pacific ! V* J,h* of i'r<<*rvation of fruita and vegetable* connected with the bureau of marketa of the United Wate« Department of Agriculture hue been investigating the new method for several yeara, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

District No 11 of the Condition of the . FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' 3 -At Winnsboro in the State of Texas, Ht the close of business on 1921. T RESOURCES Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts (except as shown in b and c) $525,965.90 Customers' liability account of acceptances of «diK'nul >w ?.< •>« time, she day*, ami as weTTicned lPn ^ lend we mw a long, narrow boat , !.,'inll'oo (winging at midstre«n, in which two8*"14"* 143,400.00 Fruit an ouJUe> ° **« . JhUM ... um a good wing on and ot- r grow- of them #1"; . 31 i if mm I R if • H I;- ■ ■ ' I I ' ?i;. r fci •* men stood motionless and silent. At ftrat glance, it looked as if the hoat were not floating on the water, hut ■a if it were heldjusl above the sur- face hy a flock of strong blackbirds * large as «a|Us. Fascinated, I • ' 11 bi«la. I'bey •creamed •nil tliil!< i «Kl their sooty black winjts. iedd*Jtfy * trittaber |>lu.uged into ft* •alar. I sat* lii w struggling u>l flapping; then Hi' men pulled tticni ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

ve 13 jatthe makes! I'M. 2nd of j ciga-j u piy,[ jualit lurself. NOTKS ed at Winnsboro, State of T 921i r I RESOURCES counts, personal and collateral 'rem i's' -1' *' RJ and,Stocks, Stock Federal Re'se Irther Reul KstHte and Fixtures nv0rth repeating Anters State Bank Snt the close of business on the 28 zr,irn Jfiven Wmnsljoro New . H news- • «chool m,ni Pleased with th* Sunday school. This 1 1 t e May Day j iv ny fine showing in the north * f,( threatening weather, by the on the exas, on school lawn h8t Friday nij.U ^ . , f t(-'^hers have kin.f v be, ^eed to reproduee the pro- Hi \\ ■rurnitc"- and Hxtuies ■ — - i. 7,000.00 JJ}J Leonards recital wil I ^idix fr°m other Banks Bnnkerg, and cash on hand 62,824 54 f^ed. Miss I^nard will Ihterest in Depositors Guaranty Fund.. 4,346.04 tu? to.I>> y the music « recital will re. m -ftrtit in De, <.siW Guaranty Fundj .... 4M*.04 J"? ? the ™8'«"'mow 7i lament Der ositors Guaranty fund 1,344.85 "nA a8?'8t. K^nernlly with a -1 1 eptance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

Pur « 1 . I'"1 awi^ °ndon the J J'og to Irrticrs, |MPPOI| en'hu. f,dJa n< |'r % the Inder- I A pit In Birth In Seuth Africa WhMi So Far lu«o«d«< In Fathemlng. without • bottom—one of reniarkabla natural euri- esitiea in the world—ia found in South Africa. It uonaiata of a circu- lar abaft, about fifteen feet in di- ameter, and going straight down in- to the bowels of the earth to an un- known depth. To the . few white men who have viaiffed it this queer hole ia known as tlia "Bottomless Pit," and the name ia a peculiarly apt one, aaeing that nobody to far haa succeeded in fathoming it. Vari- oua theories have been advanced to account for the existence of this atrauge natural phenomenon, oue of the numb plausible being that it formed the blow-hole of a long-ex- tinct geyaer. There ie, however, a circumstantial atory among the na- tives that the shaft is the work of man, it having, so they assert, been dug innny years ago by a number of strange people who tame from the North, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

ES: iht for life ithU gln r Acquitted HlmMlf n Uniqutl Contest With '.'•res Jungls l e,t. live under y. w. c. a. rule ■ v.-cri£d fi 11 • - ~i is imudoir of ft11lit rows of _jl, the Indies in «rliiffp<l of hpy ap on uivenicnt t ftp, -.vr,' i.i r •' -il.-llft, 00 [toped carefully in dried ■ ind fitted in'" ' 1' ''"r '•,uX it* «>' to IU1 Urbijr* <>f i niaader, filing; . \trn>' - ttn<l I ointment* have l>cen popu- Hin^ fie l°"g a£°- IjlrtW burin <! i lie g°ds 'n Bn|f« W * ■' t° Pu' ijmiM nml propitious mood liinkin'l. I'l' ^snt odors ltajwssifi ■ tho rea- KTth« indents, judging from iphrt^ in Hi'' parchment*, jf ft)..- w I in the howfhold," "the incense was Ind the blee ii "f the god* Find "the body was anointed jf-aiellir f> " are their (tribute to the good offices of ring wont. gave him the idea fly Act of Irritated Animal M fame and Money to Mas. iKhuMtti Inventor. \f ISO years a^o, according to that ire still Audible in the region known as Wei t k Kemwy, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 May 1921

BBi '] it Iff ! 'vh 1 i i ■1 ■ ■ 4 II ii 1 pi J'i W' F U !|P III' ' 4 I: *1J 0^JUe) ° f "i i* C DECAY [ DEATH OP R H. GRAY and fttol of your hart, ■ I you consider that it is Siezed with acnte dilation pi jevitable incident that is the heart, B. H. Gray, promin- to apear in the battle ent S'lver City contractor and and that you contributed 1 **.«* Accept Explanation of Pt> Phenomenon Ob* Along Coast of Pnu "Marinsr* «,f ['mo a > Who freqnent the rout ?uilder' ^ ^ddeniy yester- pleasures and har ness re familiar with a carious < ? ™™lng, shortly beforeJ ery way that a tru« wifa ■ . j n o clock, at the Grant. phenomenon that occasionally pre- , I i ,i .I. , , , court house. ■vailn there notaMv in the harbor of „ . T*. ,k"Z,: d'£ 'r .w-d3"; JL, I if i p 8 concrete work at. the county jail broken fGallao "painter." county hi,ve done; thnt your ti*ust and devotion have recent- been scorned even thotgh your dreams of life have fi«en Therefore, we insist colored and emit* a iiaumw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

it Wr* C • \ s 1 Ha ■ A IA 11 >t Wflr flf ' f -— I I T E )F A \tent to I I * ■r, but s | MR i vance can nv. H« i shake M mil kes he 14 d«f + \J ' >«?• ^1, * ——I Tv > f 31(5; NO. 38. * WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 20, Ittl. —9-!- FOR SALE—Everything We Hav 1 SECOND HANIJ' FIR8T CLASS SHAPE, 2 SECOND HAND DODGE TOURING CARS IN FI BRAL NEW DOI>(,E BROTHERS MOTOR CARS FOR SALE CHEAP. THE CHEAPEST AND 15EST TIRES IN TH' DODGE s'^^lciMo'S. W I T. S. STEI Do It Now What money have you got on hand7 Mighty little? fhen the less you have the more reason there is for lou to begin to accumulate money. Take whatever [ou may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00. Bring lr send it to the FIRST NATIONAL BANK—not to borrow of the next day, or the day after—BUT NOW JST RIGHT NOW. 'irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas -Ii MKV CHAMBER OF COMMERCE At a suggest''on of the D: ectors, the Secretary teft Tue day on the noon train fo Greenville to attend the meet ing of the Employes of the M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

3ES22I: *z • * 8f \'F It VRKPS 1 SfRIVN^B IB PARD written uibs Goverl](>r p,lt M. Neff hu I reluctantly granted a pardon "VTrraoMro Austin, May I8.JJ !ty I S, -Mm. Isa- t() w s Scrivner, parole viola- seventy n Texan soldier? Wfr, aje 91, mo- tor mu| self-confessed .postd n France are on the ;1 tt M. Neff, died bandit. He aparently delayekl at I o'clock at :he pirdon until the last mom- ..., , on She «*"t 0WUl* to h*8'tan<ry\, "J mmson. ne ,^. hjs jron cl|Mj ni|e that :t!lv' it for more ^ convicted criminal shall go \ free under hip adminsitration. ho -/wj- 4 the dau- It was his 'yt pardon. , MVa. Lewis' Evfii ihoitgh the testimony I,.,,; in Roan-',;1 «lis •' " Wr'1 mlfc* *"** ■ born in u tjie conviction of other men ccttsd «•< His fellows in crime, • i... T"v," in. ,'j-Moi- was loath "™° 1Tr" w> ine •M I( y ' ' an opportunity to U.J (d "iar,t cii'mencv. . j 1L' . Ievn on Feb ried to ■ n f Wrf * Texas for burial information receivwT^'^l the Governed New York. "** « Six b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

aCCordir3] N todaf [office }J I be sent I 10 Lii to Rl pJ me (ind of | M has >nts, |h and i a * spiij of I leither. P. 16. I for and Her'cfl Aag }nt lipid may] * * w m MILLINERY SALE Remarkable Price Reductions on all Millinery '.fl MO J" C* i warronisT notes i ka seem to be of the at the Methodist is going down some- I huve been Riving about alt ted a nee. It matter to say we t day, provded we icerned al>out facts we are to blow off to create an impress- i: om home where the * ot known. We are '' e God and the peo- w mboro and not con- j • ; jiit the peonle who i li • V<v a- to what; > thiiik of our i>l.«e# in ■ eunit,'. i> da sew in Sunday t* Si.n4ay. Lot's make :<t Sunday the morning service. . i itioi ;il dnte w i s n 'he a t rnoon. Twei- i (1 wo n trorkeo to 5 m. ard se- 815.00 in pi'.'dj.'"- is $7,90'i. 00. \Vt hav. good bep i ning. Good t.'t's put hi-r o•■■at thf say y V • Let's We operate the only Power Dry Cleaning Plant in Wood County. The cost is no m...

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