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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

ffi 4 0 si I.I I ( ,1 4 | jl mosDoro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor JJ^TiTYEARlN A1CVANCE. Entered as second-class mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, voder the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. P U BLISH E D E V E RY FRII) A Y WOMAN WEILDS GAVEL FOR FIRST TIME IN HOUSE METHODIST NOTES Washington, June 21.—For the first time in history, ac- cording to official records, a woman presided yesterday over the house of representatives, Miss Alice Robertson, a Repul>- lican member from Oklahoma, occupying the chair for about ten minutes. She was greeted with applau- se and cheers when Represen- tative Walsh, republican, Mas- sachusetts, who was presiding, in the absence from Washing- ton of Speaker Gillette invited her to wield the gravel. 0 Mrs. Marvin Gregory return- ed to her home in New Orleans Tuesday. i-l . Hurry, Hurry, they are com- ing, 208 in Sunday school last Sunday. Ju t one more chance and the doors are cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

1 WD I KING st in I'K'Mfl EiFilD jnurMlay. 1 '""I °* fo"n" fKinder will please> ie* AS M' ,t0 M,8B rOnnton- Reward. gjjUT—Good er south s< A. Butrough* room uaer south >t lux)l biiild- thin|J shop ( tire to I CnT-- Residence with |j£ pvm\ facing Myr- 'S Something nice. See fctartson or write me. pierson, 414 Praetor- Dallas, Texas. I^aLE 150 hales Bermu L|jg hav lit 1"*^ cents It A. A. Lindsey. E[le--0iu dining table, lining chairs, I kitchen t and one small refrigera F. Gibson. Winnsboro. |YED or STOLEN—Black i jO years old, no murks, j 15 hands h:di with slight Lped ear. Been gone five tr-L, VV. Casey, Peach, [SALE—or trade, one Ford See B. D. Tucker, New- , Texas. fT—$10 bill. Finder please ^it News office and receive mi nt Grove Annaul Fourth of July 'icnic to have a c u dial invitation me to I'l< 1 mt (J rove July land lie enl- lined at one lie best Jul \ I 111 picnic in [history of the (bounty, will l>e amusements for ' and old from early morn jrfter the play. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

rfi' • • - ® I U HI § r" M If ' '\r Cash tor Cream w. c. MILAM BRING US YOUR CREAN AND RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. HONEST TESTS, FAIR WEIGHT m Metzger Bros., Dallas Since 1889 DALLAS A. A. Snow Agent rill VISITED QUITMAN (From Quitman Detmcrat) M as Helen Green of Winns- boro, is visiting her cousin, Miss Bonnie Frank Smart. Grandma Holley of Winns- boro, is visiting her brother, S. J. Benton and family this week. Senator Suiter, Ben Stoken and Ceo Hurdle of Winnsl>oro, were Quitm >n visitors Friday of last week. FARM BUREAU SPEAKING Miss Velma Moore of James- town, Miss Sallie Anderson, an employee in the Dallas postoffi- ce, find Miss Will C. Anderson of Winnsboro, are visiting Mis- ses Ruby and Robbie Low th.e week. rj| * v. ' Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Fowlei\ and Master Julius of Malakofr, came down Sunday from Winns boro, where they had been vis- iting the Doctor's sisters, Mes- dames Dr. J. L. Hill and R. E. '^keen, and his brother, Jno. D. Fowler, and are spending the week w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

Stewr I : K THE BURNING OF THE MITTIE STEPHENS (J. W. Lively in Jeffer- son Jimplicute.) floating furniture. Many good and valuable per- sons perished when the Mittie' Stephens burned. Capt, Kellog' There use to I* a mighty fol'^ood . qUit thc r Vert line old bteainboiit that u;> - lo G MBL4NCE nmnv limes have kpad that remark pong's photographs. In the test of good ship and artistic Blight proud of this itiou. And I want to i thi> opportunity of you—that the same Stamford workman- is m.'.iiiUiioed in de- and printing fiinw jje, for .L.i iU u:' pho- h;'.kr.. ring in Vi.ui next job. 110MPT SERVICE IOOAK FINISHING ESPECIAL!,Y Boggs Studio ize the Merchants who in The News. NERVOUS, All RUN-DOWN ii dy Suffered t>ntil She CardoL—Say* "Resalt |Vrjri ing."—Got Aloof P*, Became Nora l ud Healthy. lHmlA Mo.-"Vfr Mrlr , n Whiff. y HUnd u - nnd 1 F* MlrtTiKdown pains and Will !?/ Mme-" Ba>" Mr - ion Rn', . "f a wn,,"known L« Route 6. this place. "I " ##Maches and having to continu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

ri ¥ , V f t; 111 i I I I Hi Furniture R sp aired e finished emodeled All Kinds of Cabinet Work Free Delivery Westbrook & Sons I MAPI LOCAL 'PENEVfr- Mrs. J. E. Gait and children, Mrs. J. F. Turner and Miss Har- tsell Turner attended the Chau- tauqua at Mt. Vernon last week Black b lk hose lor bo/8 ;l1 0 A. L. Wilfong was in Da ■ \iesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Riley Green f Wolfe City pud Marvfn E. , i u of Greenville were gue.*ts of Mr. and Mra. J. E. Gait Sun- day. ! We have opened our millin- ery anew with one of the most I complete and popular milliners of the State, Mrs. Walter Whii- iley. We invite you to co-oper- ate with us in soiling the bev ter hats for less money. T. D. Turner & Son. i EYES—EYES | $25.00 string of "Richelieu* pearls free, SatuiUay, July 2nd It. J. Turner wa3 jn Dallas'at 4;30 p. m. Present your tick- Tuesday. ;'*jp lets at that time. T. B. Turner '& Son. \ full line of Children's and ant's hose at Skeen's. I A special showing of mid-sum Have your ey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

1 (4/ 3 Ida j&ctos. _W1NN8B0RQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. JULY I. mi ir HeCut ,l I >, hen docf ICS* ord >in Colfk o j j d '. Second-Hand Dodge Roadster and Tourinjr Car Storage Batteries in Stock- jalc Reduced Pnces; Tool Boxes, Ford Cushions Dn<W ^ catteries in_&tocK, n ^ Tnn Pp-fnvpr<?- n rhnr*>t ra- oiic j o ' V;oa£e an" *ord Seat Covers, Special Prices < Ford l op Ke-covers, oarpureters, Uils, Gas and Greases; Free Air and Free Water T* r? Ci J ■t Forget our Service Station when in trouble. First-Class Work, Reasonable Prices'. Tom 5. Steed ACCESSIBILITY! | 11.25 PER YEAR Tires at on Dodge coloriij ■secretJy i Tuesday i York. their lest F°t be i and i frovi srs, faj nance thrilling] | J I T t Oficers of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK deHire that «§> tomers of ths iBank should be made to feel that they J Ht all times acesnible to those who desire their advice ^ |r*rvice. We believe we have gained the enviable reput> ^ i «if being a financial institution whose, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY I, 1921 , * . : i i f I i If § 1 f , ■I XjB 5 - Wiaasbor# Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnaboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PXjtliSHEDlfiVEKY FR10AY ■ « ■ !'" " Don't forget the name of the remedy you need when the stomach or boweU are disorder- ed. P^iokly Ash Bitters quickly corrects such troubles and make you feel bright anil cheerful. Every man shou'.d have a bot- tle at home all the time. It is the dose taken promptly that prevents sickness, misery and expense. Price $1.25 per bot- tle. Denny Drug Co. "i ■ . i Use our Classified Ads. W. G. MINICK DEAD W. G. Minick, aged 75, diec A GOOD FARMER in Grand Prairie Sunday at (ij p. to., after a lingering 11ne«.; with blights' disease and pHcutions. Mr. Minick nt one time hved in this section anrt had a large number of frienda and acquaintances here, besi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

1 • * a WlNW81KWtO WEEKLY MEWS JULY 1, 1921 ir-ii"w-i."a?-jr-ir-rr-tr^r-:.~-\~-tr- ELBERTA PEACHES -TrlVTfi' fl ■ Elberta Peaches are now ripening and bringing very good prices and while we wish we had more peaches and the price was better we realize that they will bring lots of money to this country and that is the article that we are most in need of. M V ' " ' 1 ' V I i ' * \\ e are endeavoiing to make prices in all our departments that will be pleasing and beneficial to the cash buyer and we carry nearly everything used in and around the home. Price with us before buying and see how far your peach money will go. Campbell's Big Five and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. 9 fC L^rcr.rETifqyE 3riBJU^l0iHa rr *1.1 "(irayairai raucjuai rer. i* UriJUrf iti/ lu-'fibnc 'ricjnL-; l jS/jcpn FK The Charm Of Childhood Do you eralize how rapidly you kiddies -are growing? Every anniversary of your child should be recorded by a photograph. (ome to our studio for protraits that will prove price- less po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

WINNSBORO NEWS JULY NEW STARS POPULAR Few acreen stars have tnioyed tie btidden rise to popularity that greeted Douglas j>l <cLean und Doris May, who were but recently elevated to stardom v Thomas H. Ince. Making their debut in Mary Roberts Rinehart's "Twenty Three and a Half Hours' Leave," the youthful pair had the satisfac tion of hearing their initial ef- fort huiled as the best comedy feature of the season. They .followed their success with I "What's Your Husband Doing" which alao proved a big lausi nit. Now, their third vehicle. ("Mary's Ankle," from May Tul-< >' well known stage play, is coming to the Amu^ii The .tre. Sat urday. Like its predecessors >it is for entt?rtainrmnit puTposet. only and is said to !> ■ packet." with laughs. It's a Thomas H. ! Ince production and a Para- mount Artcraft. i Patroniie the Merchants who j .dvertise in The News. PROGRAM OF JULY 4th PICNC TO BE HELD AT PLEASANT GROVE! . i- R"4 |M f % ' • V " I t\ v White Front Market J. H. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

- WINNSBORO WEEKLY KEWS JULY J, 1M1 YOUNG MAN! YOUNG WOMAN! HERE IS PROOF Here are a few extracts from lettera of prom nent b; f ness men who h ,ve hu'l the pro ps to the ability of our . ITJS ONLY AS BAD AS I— ~~ |you_ajjlow Maybe you've forgotten | that we are here. At any "te—it is al- Ipoot criminal—not to say Los* extravagance — to Ithrow away *ood uppers Ivhrn a few hour* in our I shop at reasonable cost L|| make then new a^ain. For any member of the [lymi'y to"- Bring i a pair on trial |We'll rebuild them. SKEEN BDLDING SHOE RKI'AIRING ;s IDODDDDDBB estion p«-sons, ottierwla# 4>d healthy, are 'occasionally with The effects of a •tomirh on the *re dangerous, and treatment of Indlges- J l« Important. "The only Wn* I have nodded has i «omi>tlilng to aid diRoa Ud clean the liver," Mr. Fred Aahby, a ®«y. Texas, f&iowr. X B^dJcin( is a D HI C 13 Thedlord's [CK-DRAUGHT I^Uon nnd stomach M « nf *ny kind. I lmvo S found anything that * " "Pot, like Black- H I take It in brok...

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

^'7^'' k KM m \ K *99 Kli i i i ?l WINNSBORO ,Y NCWI n/LY 1, litt IL_ 'JUL (CLASSIFIED ) LOST—Thursday, part of foun- tain pen. Finder will pleaaw re- turn to this office or to Mias Mattie Clanton. Reward. FOR RENT—Good 4 room house naer south school build- ing. Mrs. W. A. Burroughs. FOR SALE — Residence with half acre ground facing Myr- tle street. Something nice. See R. N. Robertson or write me. W. M. Pierson, 414 Praetor- ian bldg., Dallas, Texas. FOR SALE—150 bales Bermu da grass hay at S3 1-3 cents per bale. A. A. Lindsey. FOR SALE—One dining table, 1 set dining chairs, 1 kitchen cabinet and one small refrigera tor. R. F. Gibson, Winnsboro. STRAYED or STOLEN—Black mare 10 years old, no marks, about 15 hands high w'th slight ly flopped ear. Been gone five weeks.—L. W. Casey, Peacn, Texas. FOR SALE—or trade, one bora truck. See B. D. Tucker, New- some, Texas. LOST—$10 -bill. Finder please leave at News office and receive $2 reward. METHODIST NOTES • A fine day last Sunday, but no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

WEEKLY NEWS JULY nBi Hopkins County WILSON TAKES OATH I THRILLS. MYSTERY LOVE ADMITTING HIM TO i AND ANITA STEWART IN PRACTICE OF LAW I NOVEL ROLE IN "FIGHT-! ING SHEPHERDESS" Screen Version of Kamoua Story By Caroline Lockhurt Pro- viilos KxcKiiif' Vf(u>it PROGRAM 9:30 a. m.—Addreaa ■ by Superintended B. F. Viin- dersllce. ' • —~ - — TTTI *TT" " nxajodvjosu ^>LSON >10:0 a_ m.—Addr«M by Hon. C. 0. Jonew of Sul- phur Springs. 11:00 a. m.—Address by Rev. W. Y. Pond of Winns- boro. 112:00 m.—NOON—Big Hopkins County Stew and Coffee, Free and plenty for Everybody. 1:30 p.m.—Singing. Some of the best singers in the country will be there. AH invited. ' 8:00 p. m.—Play—"For the Love of Johnnie' Center Hill Home Talent Co. by [Everything Free Everybody Welcome ISiBS CREl) HARP SINGERS I the authority of the pro- lcommittee for the Pleas- prove entertainment, July .. ... 4th. I cull the Sacred Iiarp Sing ers to meet at Pleasant Grove at 9:30 .a m. on that date. J. L. Roundtree. ❖❖❖♦&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 July 1921

W1NN9B0R0 WEHLT NEWS JOT.* I, lttt * if r? ■ 1 H ML* 11 1 ft ft! | 1 ;; ' J.'. * ** ■ ' .N. , ^ * /,.U ii, f L- 7 J r** w * * # / « ' "\ ^ f ; m >/ L *• ' A 'V' u lift! LADIES WALSTS Ladies fine waists, sjld for $5 and $7.50. Buy quick. $3.50 Each OVERALLS Good Over.Jls for Men, heavy 240 denim, made full 98c Pair EXTRA SPECIAL 36 irch LL Brown Domes- tic, per yard 9c A STIMULATOR 17x35 inch Bleached Tur- kish Towels 15c Each SPECIAL A thousand pairs of Foot Rest hosiery, fresh from the mills ,at Sale Price. MILLINERY Latest styles in mil-sea- son patterns. Prices 1 $3.75, $5.00, $6.75 & $8.75 SHOES Choice of any shoe in the house, values to $12.50 $4.95 Pair FINE HOSIERY Our specialty $150 and $1.75 pure thread silk hose 98c Pair REAL JULY VALUES 120 unbleached Pillow v.ase large size soid for 35c 10c Each A NOISE MAKER $3.00 aisJ $350 white Can- vas pumps. $1.25 pair Great July Sale and Patriotic Display Begins Friday, July 1st, and continues until Satur- day, July, 30th As...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 July 1921

MtMv XII NO. 15. WlNNSIlOltO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. JULY ™ 1921. •JJ ! _ JPJH $1.25 PER YEAR ^ — • — a..,..i ■ ii.i ———— liHm —_^ ™* •**• a m*m% m or Sale Redl?dUpric5CTotfcde s" FifH p°a^^er a,n'' Touring Car. Storage Batteries in Stock; Tires at dFord Top Re-covers; Carbureters- Oils Gas and Greases1 FSrp Seat Covers, Special Prices on Dodge ■t *■«* « Service Station whenTtrSf" 8B^.fflSi>S& B& Tom S. Steed 1 ♦6AAAAIVi > i > VfI 7^'▼♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ! No. VA OFFICIAL UTATRMKNT The First National Hank WINN8BOIIO, TKXAB At the Clone of Hu*la «a June 80, 1021, un Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency Merchants & Planters State Bank WINNSHORO, TEXAS statement at the Clone of HiiniueH* June !I0, If '2l RESOURCES lx>ans& Discounts ... $520,771.26 U. S. Bortis 191,850.00 Building and Fix- tures „.._ 11,700.00 ('•sh K Exchange.... 146,829.16 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 101,396.23 Circulation. 48,600.00 Bills Payab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 July 1921

I m a Retains Championship by Chilling Chalenger in Fourth Go-round IT WOULD BE FUNNY IF IT WASN'T SAD DISTRIBUTION COSTS i ■1 I JACK Here is a problem presented by the Kansas City Star from o.ie of its exchanges. "Isn't it funny," askcl the .iman Globe, "that the in n - ho th nks he is a business man II fret up in the morning from advertised mattress and e \vith an advertised rnior. '.4:.? off advertised pin jamas, u put on . dvertised under- xr, hose shirt, collar and tie. himself at the table and * udvertisil breakfast food. \.'V\ advertised coffee, put on r\ : dvertised hat, light an ad- vertised cig r, go to h's place o." 1 usiness and turn down ad- \ .Rising on the grounds that u vcrtising doesn't pay. 0 Making Cotton rrofitahle NOW FOB THE HALF NICKEL What distribution costs as compared with production np- l>ears from the history of a tor of spinach that a writer in th? Railway age followed from the farm in Tex.s to the d nner tables of Chicago. The Texas farmer sold the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 July 1921

J. WINNBBQRQ WEEKLY NEW8 JULY 8, iWI. |d WILL VOL' SMILE, GRl'NT OK HOWL? I® v x ,ir ^UM. uP y°u'; mind— thai you II see thrills running neck and 'neck--even before its terrific climax in W latest United Ai fists ^production the "All Story Weekly'novel Curse tfCapistraro' by Johnston Mc Culleu ' r Directed U, fQED NI&IQ Doud per|orms a multitude of neck-breaking, *djle stunts, wears his infectious smile and hroys such a dordeous amount of devil-may-' e pep into tne role.tbaf his admirers hail 6 t R Cd D r> uJt'JL. \ this performance his best screen offering Romance... Action...Mumen Interest. Suspense.... Comedy.... The years that are behind you, like the blossms of the Bummer, are dead and gone. I he years yet to some., are fu of nothing biu tincer- HVftt.1 "l ou mid 1 y never Jook u, > i tl>e golden ■ pe of wiTHii-jn, .-.unrise. Even to- nijorht s .stars may come out to W® th ^ we have j urneyea in- to the shadows of that mysteri- ij ious woodland from which nr 1 trav...

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

WTNN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 8, 1921. V i n ■ i <!< %'i M Winnsboro Weekly News R. Weir, Editor •L26 A YEAB IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-das* mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ander the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known an application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY METHODIST NOTES First Pictures of Dempsey's Victory Over Carpentier Refree Er'le Carpentier Dempsey Carpeatler l>emp*ey Refree Ertle * % FOR SALE AT YOUR OWN PRICE A great day last Sunday. The natriotic service in the morn- ing was greatly enjoyed by all. Judge Cark-ck and Geo. C. Hop- kins covered themselves with glory in the addresses made by them. At the close of the ser- vice Brother C. H. Morris sub- mitted some resolution pertain- ing to the presidential appoint- ment of Geo. C. Hopkins and the probable going of him and his splendifl family from our midst. The resolutions were un- animously e^nd enthusiastically adopted by a rising vote. The Epworth League had a fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 July 1921

W1NN8BQRQ WEEKLY WW^fl JTLT v8, lf2i. h CASH VS. CREDIT IKsJl* fB* l, .VVh,1?f,,tJ" rS!y un.derst00d ih&} we have been doin*a considerable credit business, our books are fast % c iri i S f, yv°?r Cash trade for this summer and fall. If you will bring your cash bills to f us> we will snow you what a cash business means in fullest sense of the word. t (iive us atrial on groceries, dry K(Mh1s, clothing, hats !?..<. a., „ ... „ ried in this town except drugs. "***' UaK°ns' 1 "^takers Supplies and in fact anything and everything car "eside* you g«t « chance at the five fruit jar. of mm,y to b, gi ,„ ,„y JULY 30th which i. the LAST SATURDAY IN Jl'LY AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. Campbell s Big Five and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co.. P, S. Now Listen Mr. 1 ui chaser: If you get your goods from us just as cheap and possibly cheaper and get a chance at the hundred to boot, why not? ffigfeifeiOTla flsmi ffiff jeh lE/lil: fJISSa jjqi. :3U251HM9iOJi renlSnE .i uUrifeinc^fr-*^' LOCAL IPENtNG\ o, 265...

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

I I wlvnswmbb weekly jiewf Jtn A i* . —^*w— FORGOTTEN MEMORIES DIED (By A via Hinson, Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, June 2fit Grove) at 3:20 o'clock the soul of lit- _ tle Claudie Ruth Nichols, th<* Constipation is the tore- Where is the America® sixteen month old daughter anil runner of 85% of all dier today? Were we not prouo^ chnd of Mr and Mrs ir human ills. It brings of him when we h« ard of uie|L Nichtfs, winged its vay • on more suffering, great >: fee hr made tor ti that mysterious realm to dwe more sleeplessness, in Argonne and Chateau Thier- with the (;od who , mqre ill-temper than r.v? Such patriotic parades wet ,ife Hlthou}fh it ^ hard giv i any other singK-cause, made, when we sent him i<> Up ]jme jewel which ha But YOU CAN GET ft^t our battles how we stocd brightened their heme the; ' RID of constipation.® ^',e wai fuan, f, *ew months, and cheered thei Nor do you have to take the windows of the tan buildinr hearts with that baby dmn any nauseating, griping sho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 July 1921

HIUSU THEATRE the coolest place in winnsboro kivriNEE EVEKY SATURDAY AT AMISU AND ALSO AT QUEEN THEATRE TAKE A CHEAP TRIP TO THE OZARKS MONDAY—JUtY UTH KATHERINE McDONALD In "MY LADY'S LATCHKEY" 14th Episode of "DOUBLE ADVENTURE" TIKSDAY—JULY 12TH KATHERl^ McDONALD In "MY LADY'S LATCHKEY" FOX NEWS * WKON KSOAY —JULY 13TH CONSTANCE TALMADGE In "DANGEROUS BUSINESS" ALSO TOPICS OF THE DAY Till KSDAY—JULY 14TH CONSTANCE BINNEY In "THE MAGIC CUP" FOX NEWS FRIDAY—JULY 1VTH DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In "THE MARK OF ZORO" Also ROLIN COMEDY This Picture Will Be Shown At the Queen Theatre Saturdav Afternoon and Night SATTKDAY—JULY 16TH «ETAMIM)AT OPPOSED When Fulton's steamlio&t the Clermont, made her maiden trip on the Hudson river .n 1807, id frightei.ed more (.ergons than' it inter.'?. cl. she: r. en ^nu! small to i'.nun t j u p a;1 ho ie v- ed it to be some horri') c rnon- [ ster, ai.u header I fo • rhor® as- fast they could jfo, an J once on land ran at top speed into woods and fields to hid...

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