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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

' f *' 11 is J ti I Ijt ] WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY IftWS JULY 29, lf lv TAKE A CHEAP TRIP IX) THE OZARKS "MAMMA'S AFFAIR" IS CONNIE TALMA DUE'S NEW SPARKLER AMUSU THEATRE THE COOLFST PLACE IN WINNSBORO MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AT AMUSU AN1) ALSO AT QUEEN THEATRE MONDAY—AUGUST 1ST VIVIAN MARTIN Ir ♦•THE THIRD KISS" Also Andy antj Min in "The dumps." also "Benefactor" and edu- cational picture. TUESDAY- -AU(iUST 2ND CONSTANCE TALMADC.E In "MAMMA'S AFFAIR" Also Fox News and Aladdin Comedy WEDNESDAY—AUGUST 3RD CONSTANCE TALMADGE In "MAMMA'S AFFAIR" Al-o Topics of the Day and Francy Comedy THURSDAY- FRIDAY- -AUGUST 4TH BKBE DANIELS In "THE MARCH HARE" Also Fox News and Tusan Comedy AUGUST 5TH "THE LIFE LINE" An all star special production picture—Also Kineto Review and Rolin Comedy SATIIRDAY—AUGUST 6TH BILL1E BURKE "WANTED—A HUSBAND" Also Two Reel Sunshine Comedy DON'T FORGET THE GROCERIES MONDAY NIGHT When Newer and Better Pictures are Made, We will Show Them Happenings of Noitheast Texas Clipped...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

ire >8? A Tanic For Women "Iwas hardly able to drag, I ssowrVncd," writes Mrs. , P. Ray, of Kasley, S. C. edoclorlreatcd me for about i months, still I didn't get f better. I had a large fam- i and felt I surely must do Ming to enable me to take of my little ones. I had I of Wora's Tonic [*l decided to try it," con- I Mrs. Ray ... "1 took fgM bottles in all ... I re- my strength and have 1 no more trouble with wo- ' weakness. I have ten i ami am able to do all f housework and a lot out- . I can sure recom- tCirfji." p" r.irdui today. |{ may ■jKfrhdi yoit need. I A; dil ilmj^isis. EM ) I WINNSHQRQ WEEKLY NEWS Jt'LY 29, 1921. FINE HORSES IN PICTI'RE iigarette To seal I n the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. Toasted i WRIGHT WELL SPUDDED SATURDAY NIGHT (Contributed) The eelebration at the Wright Senator i > well Saturay evening in point 0f the liking of all ?0p°h^ attendance and interest exceed- and approachable personality ed all expectations. For a few SP° ,a few words, in whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

KJKJ I- I ' I ^ M. If WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 29, 1M1. FARM NEWS tiv W. A. Nabors ILLINOIS (URL SfcTS "PERFECT" MARK ;ir/Z KAN CRAWLS IN BED WITH MAN BEANS, POTATOES f this reason it is safe vet to AND TOMATOES ft tomatoes, but don't put off i this many days. iPlant beans With this fine season that is mid fall Irish potatoes right in the ground whether we have along now till the middle of any more rain or not if you August. I believe I am safe in will thoroughly prepare all good saying 1 can pay you a profit- land that has matured crops able cash price for all of these upd will do no further pro- things that you are growing, ducing for the balance of the The Watermelon Situation year we can make good money Loading watermelons has 011 such lands. I have never been so irregular here. Some «*f seen the call any stronger for us thinking there was quite tomatoes than il is right now. a fortune in loading, but the Requests for beans also com- small crop we have of good mel- ing heavy. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 July 1921

lap, Iter l'estbn OUMH llfOOdf barn, I ICafflj f*ll he*) OB ! try, In I* I '' I ki>* WTNNSRORQ WEEKLY NEWS JITI* i ft wmm 190 PLCF ■El ■ I j- {very woman knows the value of good chinaware. To fully appreciate the beauty and value of this 100piece [set conies only in owning one. Ladies call in and judge it for yourself because you know good chinaware when jrou see it. This beautiful 100 piece set of dishes is decorated in Old English, and consists of following pieces: 12 Cups |12 Saucers 12 Lai'ge Dinner Plates |l2 Medium Breakfast Plates 1 Gravy Boat, 2 pieces 1 Baker, large 12 Pie Plates 12 Soup Bowls 12 Desert Dishes 1 Covered Butter Dish, 3 pieces 1 Platter, large 1 Baker, small 1 Sugar, 2 pieces 1 Cream Pitcher 1 Covered Dish, rcond, 2 pieces 1 Covered Dish, oval, 2 pieces 1 Platter, small ana FREE Put a Complete Set of Dishes In Your Home. TNE RACKET STORE Louis Steed These Dishes Will Be Given Away Oct. 1,1921 FREE I HE COTTON OUTLOOK HE KNKW WHAT HE WAS TALKING ABOUT A I.I...

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

Ha I I jj f WINNSBORO WEEKLY* NEWS JULY !•, tttl. *■ GROOM TO BE IS ARRESTED; BRIDE WAITS AT CHURCH SAYS RICH ARE TRYING TO SHIFT THE TAX BURDENS Hmw at cold town*, fnetuily town and DEPENDABLE TOWNS. H greatest of thaw—according to authoritative aunraya ■ ia the Iowa that can he depended upon. Thia town of OURS ia ■ dependable town. —"I like to deal in your town"—i country shopper wmAkI to • butanes* man the other day. 'I can get anything on carlh I want here- as cheap or cheaper than anywhere else. That unsolicited testimony shows that the town can he "DE- FENDED upon—that shoppers ate learning the value of the real the merchants and bi SERVICE tablish. > merchants and business men are daily striving to i In thss buttling day, a man's too busy to stand for very much LOST MOTION. Slow mails, unreliable transportation facilities —substitution of artirles for the one ordered—delays — irritations —DISAPPOINTMENTS, are some of tlie usual mail order buy- ing truds today—aside from th...

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

I I day 7)1/V& ) U/ limtobora iHfejelcJu 5X>to& [xil NO. 41. L Specials-Tires and Tubes ttrbs and tubes |j j n jq Brands u. S., Good- Tireslone. and Goo-tycir. igoppl) of Ford Tires At Pricaa Unheard Of $17; AUGUST 5, 1921 $1.25 PER YEAR WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRE? l0H!\u^RTS D0DGE PART8, JA(KS0N KAUIATORK. One Ford Truck for trade and hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Car for k U ,h u., GASOLINE AND LUBE OILS. •lit second IOURING Car for Kale cheap. FREE AIR AND FREE WATER T. S. STEED ie Young Business Man young man who is engaged in business for him- r ...iti) a partner, should by all means carry an nntat the MUST NATIONAL BANK.Young busi- men are constantly encountering problems in Mr business affairs. These problems have been solv- bv older and more experienced heads. A young Yaw save himself much vexation and often much jtual money loss by calling upon the First National jink with his financial and business probl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 August 1921

'■ ,1 I r I I WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 5, 1921 LEOION OPPOSES The Only Power Cleaning Plant IN WOOD COUNTY CHAS. ROBINSON 44Sijtn cf (JooJ Tailoring" TEXAS TO HAVE 7 U. S. JLIX.KS IF BILL PASSES PARDON MR DEBS Washington* July B©.-The Indianapolis, July ^O.-Prom- tentative bill, creating new Ke- ising h , fight to a i deral judgeships and providing Eugene V. Debs and other war means to relieve the oongestion prisoners were pardoned at this j of dockets, and in the hands or time, John G. Emery, national iW. H. Taft, chief justice of the commander of the American re- united SUites Supreme Court, g.on, yesterday j A* Mnw. iiaruiPk* that such action wouiu llor recommendation or appro- AW as a ,icense w vui, is to be received from him (ijsl ,an) the law and order, during the coming week it was |etfion commander assur- stateo today at tne Department ^ p^g^nt thai no action !oi' Justice. (,f the Administration could take Few changes are expected .•> w()u|d draw the fire of ex.8t.r. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 August 1921

BBPP* IN J riiit v«j him 'for*] iiecce work | I'icklv >rth [>wel I stand I fau'- iraft NKW9 AUGUST , mi fti WHITE CREST FLOUR h s been manufactured for over fiftyyears and controls the sale in a number of cities where it is sold. - This brand is not an experiment, it is known to the housewives, where it demonstrates pdi?c3 )tseconomv but it's high grade quality, convincing in the fact that "WHITE o is abetter value than any other flour at the same price. Use WHITE CREST FLOUR and Save Shortening Demonstrations Daily, at ^ jflJS WHITE OCTf Be Sure to Attend Everything Served Free 3:00 to 5:30 p. in. Winnsboro Grain & Grocery Co. Wholesale Distributors <5 pjeA lESyQ! / c ]1 Jrj u pruai Cts UCJUCy. LOCAL OPENING. T\ TNGS Ask your grocer for a sack ot Maud-S flour. Mrs. Walter Whatley in char- ge of the millinery and Ready- to-Wear department of The En- Let us know your wants in ten>rise is in Dallas this week its. dresses, coats, ready-to- attending the stlye show and L...

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

Si I ■ 2X1 P ■ ft pS) . . ll ft ' ff: w "S ■ W' (aii }s •VS-' i im-'i ft . 3i:JJ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUC.IST 5, 1M1 I I 11 U B 0 The following merchants will give Rogers Silverware tickets on each 25c pur- chase. In the course of one month don't you spend quite a bit tor dry goods groceries, variety goods, drugs, produce, automobile parts, gas,, meats & feed. By saving your coupons, you can get in a short time a set of knives and forks, spoons, coffee spoons, sugar shell, butter knife, or orange spoons with the tick- ets. Trade with the merchants giving coupons and get a set of Rogers, 20 year guaranted silverware. This is absolutely free; you spend no more for your merchandise than you would otherwise. Tell your friends about this exceptional offer. Be sure and call for your tick- ets they are valuble. Below is listed the number of tickets it takes to SECURE i 4 ) .& eh y m ft 50 Tickets- 50 " - 100 150 99 9> •Tea Spoon •Coffee Spoon •Orange Spoon -Table Spoon 150 Tick...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 August 1921

WTNN8B0R0 WEEKL1 5, 1WI NERVOUS, ALL RUN-DOWN j lady Suffered tatil Ska , farclni.—Ssjrs "ReiiH ^ Sypri'injj."—Aloaf pux, Became Nor**!"! gii<1 l.caMiy. -1,14 Mo.-"My b«?v « <JO. ^Vtl.l hardly it""'J «■ J J 1have I" ' <l"wn P ln8 find PL wrll t ti / t|m8«" Ml* KL,,. • of a well-known V ■ this P'^ce. -I V a id having to li? Mrs. Wllllama L1"" |, i, from which IX inr.:! roll, f M,ruUKh the use of *r ' nil, having heard ft, ' * ttlnr it for mo. K'1' , Mng some Cardul I'.i,, 'vIiie. Tlior.-sult Kp'i i :t llko R different JL. 1 K'lf r <\ from ucaV"«sa Ifwk t-a'-'.. 'nA f«'lt nil run down. I jot rest v. i' I Bt night, I wa bo mj and cr h. My husband said uuij :- t r Bomo Cardul, which |i st'''u"0""r'l nio . . . My j Kid 1 K'H ulong fine. I was In healthy rondltlon. I cannot ■loo much for It." fc^.-i-v!a of women have suffered n, WHIlaiiiB inscribes, until they | nllef from the uaa of CarduL K ban helped to many, yon I not hesitate to try Cardul tf id with womanly aliments I gu...

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

NEWS AUGUST#, 1W1 j > Jl | ! 1 ? V f Mi WinsWra Weekly News ft. Wallu A YIAft IN ADVANCE. CHAMBER OP COMMERCE 24. 190#, M UM Advertiainf nitM «i application. PI I RUSHED EVERY FRIDAY mixer which wu purchased by the city is ready for use. It is a late model and looks as if it can do the work. Chas. Robinson recently pur- chased a Buick Six. Braden's Specials CASH AT SiORE 14 Vt lbs. pure white granu- lated sugar for - .$1.00 Hall Fruit jars, pts -HOc Ball Fruit jars, qts 80c Ball Fruit Jars. «/i gaL - $1.25 6 lbs. (.olden blend coffee and set of spoons .$1.20 4 lb. Bucket Golden blend coffee f or ~ 31b. can Maxwell House Coffee . - 5 gallons oil ^®c 4 Cakes PAG Naptha soap 30c 2 pkg. Jello Ice cream pwd. 25c Eagle Brand Milk - J_K Carnation Milk |«jc Vinegar, per gaL •«£ White (ream Meal - « « Very best flour , *1 1 "appreciate your liberal pat- ronage and will continue to cut prices at every opportunity. S. Q. BRADEN FILMING OF "TEETH OF THE TIGER" LED TO MANY MISHAPS Completed S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 August 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 5, 1921 ./>" Don/i stick w "wi-fh. $ie prunes MY DAD'S favorite yarn. • • • WAS THE one about. • i • THE OLD storekeeper. • • • WHO WAS playing checkers. • • • IN THE back of the store. • • • AMONG THE coal oil. • • • AND THE prunos. • • . WHEN THE sheriff. • • < WHO HAD Just Jumped his king. • • • SAID "81 there's a customer. • • * WAITIN' OUT front." • > • AND SI said "Sh h h! • • • IF YOU'LL keep quiet. * • * MEBBE HE'LL go away." • • • NOW HERE'S the big Idea. • • • WHEN A good thing. • • • HAPPENS ALONG. • • • DON'T LEAVE It to Oeoreo. • • • TD GRAB the gravy. • • • F'RINSTANCE IF, • • • YOU HEAR «( a smoke. • • • OR READ about a smoke. • • • THAT REALLY does more. • • . THAN PLEASE the taste. • • • THERE ARE uo hooka on you. • • • THERE'S NO law against. • • YOUR STEPPING up. • • • WITH THE other live ones. • • • AND SAYING right ouL • • • IN A loud, clear voice. • • • "GIMME A pack of. • • • THOSE CIGARETTES. • • • THAT SATISFY." • • • \'...

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

... A. f Il VvALLACE REID -STAR IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES And BEBE DANIELS In a 11 Dr. and Mrs. Sam Brock, Mr. -lari Mrs. MeDuffie, Cleo Mc- fVide nrni daughter, Louise, 2™* * fc* days falling at Stjaaon's this week. W1NNSBORO WKKKLY NtWS AUGUST 5, 1921 . ENRICO CARUSO / IS CLAIMED BY DEATH IN ITALY SCHOONER WITH LIQUOR CARGO IS SEIZED OFF N. Y. Naples, Aug. 2.—The golden New York, Aug. 2. voice of Enrico Caruso is stilled ,oli >oiior Henry L. Marsha iurever. The gallant and specta-avit^a cargo of liquor CJlar fight which the world- The! ♦ To Water Consumers inmous tenor has waged against disease ended early this morn- ing when Caruso died here from acute peritonitis. Mrs. Caruso i\att at the bedside. , Caruso's death was not un taken into custody late last) night, four miles off the coast] by the coast guard cutter Sen- oca and brought here today. The schooner was flying the Ilrtiih flag but advice.i from ... the Seneca said there were no, expected. The attending special-i papers sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

• .1 J* "■- —■ _ '8 w, |th« by DL. XII NO. 50. jl Few Specials—Tires and Tubes a.; , TIRES AND TUBES ^ 1 ^7 5Q Standard Hi'iids U. S. Good* iith. Fires ton#, and Goolyear. Good Supply of F0,d Tires At Prices Unheard Of $17: $1.25 PER YEAR t — WINNSBORO. W0°D COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 12. 1921. Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? s. steed PARTS MCKK0N HA,,,AT0,lS "•«« Truck for had, „d one ^n„d hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Car for wile cheap. GASOLINE AND LUBE OILS. rrJVMam FREE AIR AND FREE WATER Banking by Mail We esoecally invite those <who live outside of our community to Hank with the First National Bank |>y mr.il. The Prompt collection of your checks— —and the superior safety afforded your cash— coupled with safety, Service And Secrecy makes our Bank particularly attractive to our custo- mers who live out of town. YOU CAN BANK WITH US BY MAIL. MAY WE TELL YOU HOW? RESIGNS OFFICE TO MOVE HERE First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas If You Intend to Build DEW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 12, 1*21. DISTRICT COURT JURORS A C AN OF GOLD Following is a list of the You will never get to the and petit jurors for thelf'"onc by following the crowd. August term of District Court j You have a tendency to wait which court cot wen oa on Mon-hrd see what the other fellow EARTHQUAKE NOVEL E FJUT SMITH LEFT HO.V1K" rtRE OF "WHY 1 I f I H.I S 1 D. | E M. W. ' r . . 1 I It ) day, August 22, 1921: Grand Jurors VV. D. Williams, Mineola G. P. McCrary, Minecla T. B. Worthy, iViineola, Rt. 2 A. F. Dean, Alba W .M. Craddock, Yantis W. C. Anderson, Winnsboro W. H. Holley, Winnsboro P. L. Ray, Crow JI. A. Robinson, Coke M. H. Prine, Peach Bert Smith, Hawkins J. F. Crofford, Quitman R. W. Low, Quitman J. C. Adrian, Golden S. W. Laminack, Quitman, R.2 J. C. Pratt, Alba Petit Jury—1st Week To Appear Aug. 22 W. I. Bufford, W. H. Darby, II. A. Swatsell, C. Karhart, J. W. Puckett, T. G. Gilliland, S. C. Caldwell, J. R. Amason, R. P. W'ermack, It G Maclin, L. P. Rape. E. L. Harv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

NERVOUS, ALL RUN-DOWN j Lufy Suffered catil Sl Cvdui.—S«y« MRe«dt I$upriiu>f"—Got Aloag Le, Became Norw«I tod Healthy. ■'A."' Tig,' ' WINNSBQRO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 12, ffM conrad's "victory" is picturized by MAURICE TOURNEUR Famous Novel Made Into Fine Photoplay by Eminent Screen Producer road contractor gets temporary kestaining order (From Dallas Evening Jour- nal) Temporary injunction in a le- gal controversy that may have far-reaching effects in the mat- united states senate « VOTES farm aid bill LEGISLATOR arrested One by one the best work of r~ - — „,e mBV. the modern masters of fiction ter ()f awarding road bunilding are finding their way to the extracts by County Commis UPfttfln .1 /tuniklt !>.. Wlnlhiiv' nn.iM*. 2 %_ i - — I Austin, July 30.—Wallace Washington, Aug. 4. With- Malone, memlmr of the lower out the formality of a roll call ho,?,le of thc Th rty- eventh Le- the Senate tnrinv n. a a ' *,8'ature from Fort Worth, was . i„h ■ i i arrested last night by Federal S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

WINNSBORC CLT NEWS AUGUST 12, 1921. V S, Hi M . w i ■fl i Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Kditor fLaTiTYEAk IN ADVANCE. Entered —cond-class mat- tor, September 24, 190U, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUULiSHED EVERY FRIDAY It Could Happen Somewhere In the current issue of Com- merce and Finance, Walter Brc- mond, president of the State National Bank of Austin, Texas has a very timely and thought- compelling article, the burden of which is that in Texas and elsewhere we are going to get back to normal only by ont> route—that of WORK. It con- tains a lot of hard truin, ana its spirit is summed up in an imaginary application of the for mula of "work" to his own city of Austin. It applies to all cities r GOES TO INVITE FOCH TO LEGION CONFAB? Notice To Contractors K Notice is sealed pro; the County Ju ty will be rec missioners Coi tv at the offi by given that aatfress^d to e of Wool' Cou ii by th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

▼r winn8bqr0 weekly news august it, mi. FIRST OF RALE OF COTTON IS SOLD itist Revival Meeting n • n 1 " ft . rn J .. first bale 0f cotton of Begins Sunday, August ^ D ' 1 D J4-, Cjirfman of Garland. The ! ,a'f! '""ought 121j>c a pound revival meeting at the pel. Miss Sue Leonard will play!14*, was Krt ded strict middling, church begins next tor the meeting. ' lA bonus of $50 was Riven as « _ r^hurch begins v Rev J. B. Rowan, pas- the First Baptist church iniford. will do the preach- |D||, Rowan is a graduate Slor University and ^ a rf'ul preacher of the (>os- W. Y. Pond. _r,CHAMP WAiN> [arpentier BOUT ioi Martin, of Akron, t)., I quit fighting when the War wa« f. Having won the A. E. F ywclght championship, lie kept ilii on k°'"k '*'s knockout f the veteran Frank Maran in f Vork the other niRht stamped i a< a championship contender, ict think he should he jjiven the j chance :it t'arpcntjcr, _ and Ertin is willing. —— meeting. , — « The meeting will be held on ',,!i!J1,u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

•« W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 12. 1921. 'J— — ii'i 4 it \i J I Hapj L_ Happenings of Northeast Texas Clipped From out Exchange* EDYTHE STERLING STARS IN "A DAUGHTER OF* THE WEST Letter From CONTRACT IS MADE FOR GRADING ROAD , TWO PIONEERS DIED MONDAY "A Daughter of the West," a brand-new Western melodrama The Winnsboro News: starring Edythe Sterling, will I 'instance of which I have heard, jf these petitioners uL^ how tnis can be donef One other observation- « the campaign is on, e.: Governor pledged to an 'say they aie willing to accept c o 'a reasonable reduction on their Senator OUlter salary. In reply to this suggta- tlon, they say that their sal- . „ „ „„ arieu are not now any niglioi mical administration of th^T >uld ,have been fce government and a ledttcS than tney alio Eleven bids were received by the commissioners day for the Pittsburg-Simpsonville highest being and theJowest __ w Martin was the successful bid- their home near Ridge way. (jornstark and Fannie Midgly. l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

lias it J fiaj , Ot|,«,l er iniuJ anda c 0 it im] 'iiat ^ ' ^ ii thin| >en hit ''(1 anil "in,:: w pledge* >118, jrojl ' 1 ami for the] a how 'ft thevfl k- care] r coin.! 1 it caul im the j !'i that ] sity of] no >tH 1 it that] ripovai if thiii l ' ?v.; «••• iMM WINN8BQRO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 12, 1921. am 5 NEW SANITARIUM f fM Mum Rosco D. Allen Chiropractor | With ,hANP THE MEN WHO ARE CONDUCTING IT W.th the statements of a Few patient. Handled in the Pa.t Few Month. ! who recently graduated with in poi iit Carver Chiropractic at Oklahoma City, who has selected East Texas as his r home, lias formed a connection with Clyde M. Keeler, Chiropra- ctor as assistant adjuster. All who have had his professional services are loud in their praise of his work. 11 Clyde M. Keeler I), c. GRADUATE CHIROPRACTOR CHIROPRACTIC SANITARIUM CONDUCTED BY CLYDE M. KSELER. CHIROPRACTOR In State of Texas, County of Franklin, City of Mt. Vernon. Situated in the Sputhwest part or the City on the highes...

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