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

1'..'y'v"";- LL PICNI - Our Annual Picnic and Shareholders' Election Will be Held on the Grounds of the Farmers Cotton Oil Company M Un i w n i \\| Tlenty of STEW, CRACKERS and BLACK COFFEE IT1 For Everybody and it is Free FREE Prominent Speakers, Good Singing and a good time for everybody £lRemember the date, TUESDAY, JULY THE 12th Come, bring your families and enjoy the day ■* y 1' i <■ FARMERS COTTON OIL COMPANY * 1 3P. S.—Plans are being perfected for a Big Play at Night. Come prepared to stay for the whole ski Ran "flEnS inm nmssmust •m Wm IH' 'iff FARM NEWS D flv W. A. Nahnrs (c D Is] -*FRII1T AND THE CASH PRICE TRUCK SITUATION FOR FARM PRODUCTS %ak*nipetition is the greatest This is a desired thing. My U «* in the fruit business. You ;ove for the farm and farm 1 I and setting out tomato plants this week and next inert- is « splendid season in the ground. I/ot of land thi-t hi«l}S0T> in oats or other crops which h:ive drowned out by reason of tlic flxx!s of a few week" a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

f •s w ■<v< i\r: «NM inttsbo ta Ml NO. t - h Few Specials—Tires and Tubes |Bvit, TIKES AND TUBES £jQ >un>l nt Brands lT. S., Good- jtrh. Klrrstone. and Goodyear. [cw< Supply <>t Ford Tires At Prices Unheard Of $17; WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, Jt;|.Y 15, 1241. 11.25 PER YEAH Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? T. S. STEED ,ACKS0N KAI,IAT0 S- 1W* for trade „„d «.„< hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Car for sale cheap. GASOLINE AND LURE Oil << r' U,LS* FREE AIR AND FREE WATER A Few Facts IWomi**!) rarry accounts here. Men and women and hoys land ifirls have accounts with us. WK HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS OVER 20 YEARS 01 K RESOURCES ARE OVER $800,000 WHY NOT JOIN US? —— First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas If You Intend to Build A new home, or repair and paint your old" •Hie. it will pay you to see SCROGGIN & I'UI MMOND for your material. Prices (Jive us a chance at your bill. Scroggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN OIL MILL PICN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

m v 5 i' 4i* t 0*T • i ■! R.UCH STRIKE tll^TOASTtirl Ravoris Aa.ukiMJi . IIOLL WEEVIL NOT A PEST WITH «OME FARMERS r Z AAA Don't cuss—Advertise there's plenty of business. Dr. Hightower has just hand- ed me a clipping from a coun- ty paper of a county ir. Alabama in winch ft statement is made that f Dr. Taylor of that a un- ty ha£ grown 139 bales of cot«- ton from IB0 acres of Und ant has done this by poisoning the v evil with calcium arsenate. He states that in two days of dry weather he can eiemiuate the weevil entirely, and uses • the following solution: Two gal- lons of any kind of mo!ases, ten pounds of calcium arsenate, 8 gallons of water, one ounce of saccharine, and two packages of ice cream pnwder. i.iix the ic« M -m powder and saccha'-.nr! in a little water before adding the • ther ingredients. Then make a mop with cloth and a tint stick and apply the mix- ture on the under side of the leaves near the buds or fruiting section of the plants. The above amount of solution c^e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

RED WINNHBORO WEEKLY RACKET STORE BEGINS SATURDAY JULY I6th WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE, Iflack, Brown, while 13c MEN'S FINE LISLE HOSE, per pair 13c CHILDREN'S HOSE, per pair 13c MKTAL HACK COMBS, each .1 13c ALUMINUM Salt and Pepper Shakers, pair 13c EKiHT INCH FILES, each 13c EXTENSION CURTAIN ROD, each 13c SHERHERT GLASSES, each 13c ICE TEA TUMBLERS and GOBLETS, each 13c BRASS LAMP BURNERS, each 13c BUY IT AT THE Racket Store Two dozen RED FRUIT JAR RUBERS for only- POTATO MASHERS Each 13c CHAIR SEATS Each 13c Many Other Values ALL THE LACE IN THE HOUSE 3 Yards 13c TIN WASH 'PANS 13c Each Useful [ Arti- cles LASTING 7 BIG DAYS TIN DAIRY PANS 13c ENAMEL 8TEWERS TIN COFFEE POTS TIN PIE PLATES, 2 for 4 FOOT FOLDING RULE, each ALUMINUM PIE PLATES PEAL BUTTONS, 3 cards for STEEL PAD LOCKS, 2.keys each, LIGHT BREAD PANS, each SPECIAL SALE PRICE ON EVERYTHING. 13c 13c 13c 13c 13c 13c 13c 13c PALMOLIVE SOAP 2 BARS 13c One (leal to customer BUY IT AT T HE Racket Store Fruit Jar Lids - -6 for THE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

mr*. *r« >,> J'i b I I 1 BR iy ♦ ir i i> JULY IS, ttSL •* REHOBOTH ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD WIT* T«K CLEARWATER CHURCH BEGINNING JULY 28,1*21 The Hfth mwtmg is to h#evai>." hstic (nm ran* to t*d. It « hoped that every Church vf.l be rejwesei tkumeetiBf Trains will be met at Winnsboro and a hearty wel ■accorded everybody who will attend. The program will be as foDows. 8:16 p. m 8:90 p. m 9:80 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 11:80 a. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m. 2:16 p. m. 2:15 p. m. 3:15 p. in. 8:15 p. m. 8:30 p. m. 9:30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 11.00 a. m. 11:30 a. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 3:30 p. in. 8:15 p. m. 8:30 p. m. A * . T. W. Kyier TREE OP KN HAS I'NUSUAL Notice W Trwtert M* Rev. Ross Smith Thursday Night Devotions! 7r Sermon — — Friday Devot:onal . .... - -W. A. Craven The Scriptural Teaching of the Natural Condition of Man - Rev. C. C. Coarsen What has God <kme for M Ji's -redemption? . . r 15. W. Who Can Be Saved? Rev. H. L. White How m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

.. • PitiUAJB wmm—mm - ' ■ ITT l ' * f,Jt hi'* 3* farm news tiv W. A. Nabors I'HILDi CLE; AjjF* is a fail' demand now „ttv we" everything we .iing to eat. I don't care 'undertaking to morket 'am roasting ears, nor Wm ; lhev don t £22 Twei| and most any point ■tai The best thing to do Tthen. is to let them na- I gather them for fedJ I the surplus next winter n^ing. . . K let aiiy of your good ne or other late variety of go to waste. It looks f_e will he able to handle with very fair prices, with the same care we ertas and it will pay all wiNNgBom) WEEKLY NKWB my 15, mi CHRISTIAN EDUCATION In the fact of all the facts, the recent campaign In the In- terest of Christian Education, conducted by the M. E. Church was h remarkable success, lar*e-a,*>ut ♦ 18,000,000 has been pledged; in the North Texas Conference considerably over half a million dollars was secured, and in the •Spulphur Springs district alone, plants ready for setting next week, we think is not too late unless the frost ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

, * I,, J''"?• ! ' li W\t0* • • MARKING TM UP AND MARKING 'EM DOWN Some Does One and Some the Other and Some Both ,1 But it has never been our policy to give Our goods away or to sell them below cost where it can be avoided, neither do We believe in an enormous profit, but for the balance of this year we expect to meet any and al! prices, profit or no profit, and if you will price with us before buying you will find this is no idle talk or hot air; besides with every DLLAR (cash) spent with us entitles you to ticket in the HUNDRED DOLLAR CASH CONTEST-SATURDAY JULY 30, NINETEEN TWENTY ONE p. K. We carry a fiplitr Hue tt everything «vt drug*, which makes it i«p>Mibfe to price each and every item ia an ad like thin. (Jet ear price*, wve money and get the HUNDRED DOLLARS « Campbell's Big Five and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. . A Half Tire I L HAP LOCAL PENINGS Seven pounds good coffee for SI.00 at J. B. Howell's. R, L. Gamble, the Watkin's medicine man, has moved from Winnsboro to Mt. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

WTNNMBORO W*KKI,T NEWS AJLY 15, lifi. ENTERTAINED Prince Alberts a new note in the joys of rolling 'em! Talking about rolling your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that prince Albert tobacco has 'em all lashed to the mast! You've got a handful-of- happiness coming your di- rection when you pal it with P. A. and the makin's papers! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in its refreshingaroma,but our exclusive patented process frees it from bite and parch! And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty easy! P. A. is crimp cut and stays put and you whisk it into shape before you can count three! And, the next instant you're puffing away to beat the band! Prince Albert is so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's the greatest old buddy- smoke that ever found its way into a pipe or cigarette! Prime* Albert it told in toppy rW bmgt. tidy rod tint, hand §omt pound and half pound tin humidor * and in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 July 1921

m I 1 Lti I 1 V II1 m % E "fair i* ml NEW PAPBIt MAKES ITS 'AFPKAHANCB " j IN GRKKNVILLK1 BY ■ J Mi; P«H#E The initial number of the The initio 1 number of the Hunt County News, a semi- weekly paper published in Green vilei by Messrs. Nelson A Mor- rb, reached our exchange table yesterday. It is a neat and new- sy publication, well edited, and starts w th a good line of ad- vertising patronage. Greenvill • has long needed a good weekly or semi-weekly paper, and if the publication maintains the standard set it the initial num- ber, The Hunt County News will successfully fill that long- felt want. We exchpnge with Measure and wish the new-com- er a prosperous career. 0 RELIEVED VAL.LACE RE ID Crft 'EXCUSE MY DUST* A PARAMOUNT *RTOWI PCJURC AUTO RACING ROLE IN "EXCUSE MY DUST" SUITS WALLIE REID POUL PLAY VICTIM Film Favorite Likes To Pilot Fast Racing Car In Real As in "Reel" Life Success depends a lot upon iking you job. That holds for motion pictures as well as busi- ness. It is one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

mr i - W ^9HHr iuwhoto lUcdvlv) XII NO- >7 . few Specials—Tires and Tubes gji, TIKES AND TUBES 1 7 idard Brands U. S.f Cood- Kirestone, and Geo )«ar. Supply of , 0,'rf Tires. At Prices Unheard Of $17; WINXSHOKO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. j( I V 22, 1921. H.25 PER YEAR Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? ■■Hi S. STEED hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Car for sale cheap. GASOLINE AND LUBE OILS. FREE AIR AND FREE WATER Ifhe Young Business Man The younjr nian who Is engaged in business for himself with a partnea, should by all means carry an account the F1KST NATIONAL HANK. Young business men t rorstantly encountering problems in their business af- * These problems have been solved by older and more *rienced heads. A young man can save himself much jtion and offer much actual money loss by calling up- i the FIRST NATIONAL HANK with his financial and jirr-s problems. The Officers of this flank are at the nmand of customers at any time. Wp fell it an honor to be able to ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

v HfL i I 1 i •/ il I T ISBORC I. . - CHILD'S TONGUE BITTEN UNFORTUNATE TOUNG j BABY SNOOZES aS NEARLY OFF BY DOG MAN HAS LOST MIND, FRANTIC MOTHER The little three-year-old son Luther Wadford, the unfor- of Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Jordan of tunate young man was was HUNTS KIDNAPPERS TEUTONS BUILD CREDIT HERE IN THREE WAYS FORM CLUB TO GIVE FILM SHOWS SUNDAY Wi- Wichita Fall*, July 15, 15.—Ger- chitn Fall* is to have Sunday TWO BITS WILL BE LETTER'S C08 SPECIAY I)E Washington, jU|y ,R U ' ~~l __ Miama, Okla., July 16.- Kx-' New York, July . _ Commerce was the victim of a held in the Paris jail for several £?au"ted and hysterical after a many .it was learned in the moving pictures, beginning next coat of sending a'HBefill very unusual and peculiar acci- months for the murder of his !hLZ SfeK financial district yesterday is Sunday, the shows being given very letter is to be dent Tuesday mommg. wife and child, was again placed taken by a band of Gyp en^tt*ed in the task of building on the cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

dvkktiskviknt MUST BE TRUE - True advertisement is now L taw in TeXHS' (f a P*™0" mdd find the assertion or rep- utation i" an advertisement Koo false, miseladihg or de- jjve he "<>w f,as recourse trough the law. The law merely provides that „ jerson. corporation or ot- w Jablislmu'iit advertising (rtbandise, securities, service ' nv commodity in which an in distribution is the Ejt" of such advertisement, Bt not represent or mislead , public in the advertisement, etaw applies to all classes of. Ivertisinx from newspapers to *t signs. For any misrepre-J ation, false assertion or de-, ption of the public in such Urtisements the advertiser flhe guilty of a misdemeanor, I be fined not less than $1001 j not more than $200 for. rffense However the owner, ■bliaher. agent, or employe of I advertising medium who, in *| faith Jtnd without the mwMge of falsity of such ad- j ■rtiging. caused it to be pub-, ihed or take part in its pub-( ation is not liable to the ■ms of the law.—Gilmer Ec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

WINNSRORO WEEKLY NEW* MTV 22. 1921. II If I 1 I fl I! ii iP"1 ■■ i 3,1 FARM NEWS Bv W. A. Nahors METHODIST RALLIES m CROPS THAT PAY MAY YET GOOD MONEY As the hot dry weather in many sections comes on the de- mand is getting stronger for feeds such as tomatoes, beans potatoes and a good many other vegetables that we cannot pio- bably now grow at a profit. This week, and perhaps next, will be as late as it is safe to set tomatoes. Prepare your ground well and gei the plants if I haven't got them at my beds I can get them for you. I jm set toma- writing that article makes ano- ther imperative. We are beinp told that the gardens up in Ok lahoma are fast playing out an< it will be only a few days befor< shipped in vegetables will b< necessary. The black land belt and West Texas aje getting ii the same fix. Let's be prepare( to take care of them. If then is any other vegetable yoi want to try do so. I would spe cially recommend early plant ings of turnips. We can havt bunch turni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

J 1 I I 1 11 UxJ t W1NNSB0RQ WEEKLY NEWS JULY 22, 19'jf. / -A ■ Money to Give Away ' nVnowtntr^if1 h M' We/re goir,pto giveaway a HUNDRED DOLLARS in cold (cish and now until that hour, every day will be bargain days. W e have the goods and are going to move them regardless of price. In other words we will meet anybody's price and then some. Besides your chance to the HUNDRED DOLLARS. Now if good hard money looksgood to you buy from us cheaper and get a chance at the HUNDRED DOLLARS. Remember that every dollar paid on account entitles you to tickets. Ihirk this over. C npbells Big F ive and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. P. S. DON'T FORGET THE DATE. SATURDAY SULY, 30. 1r'[l HQ_fgn|B Hl'I i&u^/ilanlanlarOaji ft led •o Irs }y. ty Ice LOCAL WEMVGi Hiss Mildi 'fl M;n burger has nrried to her home in Mart, as, after a months visit Miss Rudye Taylor. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Rudye or laccompanied Miss Mar- er as far as Pittsburg. [Mr-. Sim Harts field, Sr., and Blfhter, Mis- Marie ,are visit- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 22,19tl. . m M i I ' i1 SPEEDY WORKER WINS HIS BET THE NEW FORD PSALM The Ford is my auto, } shall UNUSUAL CAST IN •THE LOVE FLOWKK' Notlfft of Trusty's S i If A Kisg In Time, the Whu- noj Want another; it maketh me Griffith Seleeta His IJest da Hawley picture which will to !ie down under it by the road Players for His U'est |n- ahown at the Amusu Theatre 8jde; it leadeth me to much ite<l Artists Production .Thursday, July 28, is the story trouble, it draweth upon my ~ of a man's waifer ihat he can puise. j go jnto th, path of In the select,on of his play meet, woo and win a ^ - .ain (,eath fir its 8akp Yea thou&h er8, David W' Ciriffith' the roa> girt within four hours. The girl j ,m<ierHtand mv Ford ijerfeccly ter screen producers, has unver- tha Paschal on the '26th day of is especiall> steptical a x ut lo\e j fenr much evil, for the radius sally used the most excellent April, A. I). 191#, recorded in Jp0T16!ttl flfla rapid fire HI HITS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

ro Weekly Newt g. Weir, E41*r YKAii IN ADVANCE. ,!,.| via88 [tatom r the us secoi ber 24, 1909, at the Mt Wii^'flboro, Texas, get of March 8,1879. tigin* rates made known ration IED EVERY FRIDAY "DEPARTED spirits*' are shown in "the six best cellars" Bryant Washburn and Others Guard Precious Brew Used In New Comedy Picture. IaNTHK AX KILLS TEN imisiioner Ed Banister, of jiur Bluff. w«8 here Tues- !jnd reports! that five -ftead Imules and five head of cows [died i" the Sulphur Bluff istrict from anthrax so find a few more were sick, district has been quaran- | and most of the stock ai% 4 vaccinated. Those who re- , to have their stock vaccin- are forced to keep them No precious jewels was ever guarded more closely than were five innocent looking boxes at the Lasky Studio during the filming of "The Six Best Cel- lars, the new picture starring Bryant Washburn at the Amu- su Theatre next Monday. "Ex- tras" and memlwrs of the cast could be found eyeing ithem wistfully during intervals in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 July 1921

PERKINS 1921 i I ■ CS^i . . ' fi'T\ Ladies' $16.50 Dresses Ladies' $35.00 Dresses Another sensational offer in Fine Qrgandies and other Summer Frocks, Grouped for your selection are dainty Dies,. -. Af-rth originally as hiprh ;is, $16.50. You may have your clioice of the I't in this Great Red Tag Siile at' $6.98 $24.50 Silk Dresses Lot No. 2 consists of Ladies' S'lk Dresses we hare l een selling as high as $21.50. The lot consists of many of the most popular styles of the season and materials, no two alike in lot. Every Dress is a won- derful bargin; all grouped for your easy selection. Take your choice of the entire lot for only Here we have assembled fade Summer Time frock- are embraced in this gi up pains in many years will l may ehooee from thi* va. high as $35. All kind ,oi matt'rials and colorings and Take your choice for ur entire line of highest The very latest creations and truly the greatest bar- found in any garment you (I lot worth originally as -$14.35 $17.50 Silk Dress...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

innoboro III NO.«. few Specials—Tires and Tubes k3fl TIHKS AN J TUTIC3 ^ J ^50 S., Good- Goo1. mr. jd.ird Hraiids U. j'irfstoni'i unci I|;;upi>ly (! Ford Tires At Prices Unheard Of tkxas, JULY I ' r IH tl'l SfU)9, WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY $1.25 PER YEAR Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? hId0,«mrWi,,?^':f,!'ARTS' J UKSON RAUIAT0RS- <""• «• Tr «k for trade .„.„d hand DODGh ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Chi for sale cheap. GASOLINE AND LUBE OILS. FREE AIR AND FREK WATER T. S. STEED A Few Facts -GO Women carry accounts here. 2,">00 men nd women and boys and girls have accounts with us. We have been in business over 20 years. Our n'-oures are over $KOO.OOO.O(). Why not join us? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas —— SENATOR SUITER HONORED JUSTICR J. M. TALBOT EXPIRES SUDDENLY —«—— Dallas, July 26.—judge James ■ Melville Tall>ot, 68, associate justice of the Court of Civil Appeals for the Fifth judicial !.strict, died suddenly at his home here yesterday. I It is tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

<-> — I IS!® r u TJ * I 1 M m k \ i, i Prison and Salaries Amendments Lose For ov Returns received Monday soil Commissioners. • show that but two of the five against 104. amendments to the State Con- Increasing the salaries of Sta stitution which were voted on te officers. For 40, against 125. > in a special election Saturday Increasing tax for Confeder- were carried. ate pensions. For 74, against The two that carried were 92. Amendment No. 3, increasing Increasing the per diem of the tax rate 2 cents on the $100 members of the Legislature, for the purpose of raising the For 42. against 127. tensions paid Confederate vet- Providing that only native o: eranf, and Amendment No. 5, naturalized citizens shall vote which provides that only native in Texas. For 87, against 77. born or fully-naturalized citi- o— HEBE DANtf IN NEW Those who the popular Reulart star, in m original Elmar Harris story, ♦] "Ducks and Drakes" will wt:-| ante her return to the Ainusu & Tiieavre here ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

WINNSBQRO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 29, 1921. Saturday ♦♦♦♦♦ Saturday Next SATURDAY, JULY 30th, is the Day that <Campbell's Big Five and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co. will give away the HUNDRED DOLLARS and this is fair warning to everybody to have their tickets and be on the ground. Listen: j i • j i . • y T T ^ T at a very low figure and you should buy every article you need, get tick- ets and be in line for the HUNDRED DOLLARS. Price with them before buying elsewhere and let them show you that you can save money on your bill, besides you might get the 4 HUNDRED DOLLARS — by having traded there. No chance to lose on this deal. esasssssssscaair <"> <♦ ♦> ❖ Saturday July 30 Campbell's Big Five and Connor-Campbell Lumber Co, P. S. Don't forget the date, Saturday, July 30th at 4:30 P. M. Re there i t f w Y r. o. i^un i xurgei me uaie, oaiuruay, juiy oum at 4:ou r. m. r>e mere K _ T ' V t « ——. ^ ♦♦♦ ♦* «£♦ <♦ «$♦ ♦5*4h$n$m$m$N5| I— i ■■ | r—■ I E. Scoggin was in Greenville *tf...

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