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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

■ ■■ fulrla Unut( 'WKiy news Weir, Editor mem v v- Official Returns Wood County Primary Election, August 28, lY>20 ■MP 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-class mnt- t«r, September 2*1, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8,1879. Advertising: rates made known • uumuoAi on application. / vJu'trr,iin „ I M met la ... *'UBLUSHED EVEIiK FRIDAY Alba ~ ; Yantis Fo *i*n AtHrrttair.# l<«f 4a «nUb-.« ] Rock Hill TUF \Mt HR AN m.S3 \S80CIAJt0N J p|eas>^ fjy ,U WHOLESALE HOUSE Stout Pine Mills The Paris Grocery Company p1'?,80". "" has secured the Crosby build- f ing on Westi Elm street, vacat- Pei tyville ed last week by Welch & Son's Coke garage, and will open a whole- Golden Kale grocery business in same as soon as the building can be ,Vp put in good repair. Pe'tch. Ovbrrn Card of Thanks Pmw <ji>TOTllOt l.t Goffliof dupr«iii Conn, Conf r# i mtirlci i I; r z a . „.Ui e-i 0 * a sr n'' < i i ' JT g 2 O td i /r AMD JO ST WHAT I've sor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

he Guiding Influence of the World loll] ell 11 c.] le "Waco" Acetylene Carbide Feed f • Is the King of Farm Lighting Systems [ts simplicity, economy, safety and durability, to- Ither with its soft glowing light, and its benefit to jery member of the family, make it an investment ver to be regretted. [There are users of our system in your community. ;k them for particulars. They are always our boosters. |0n all orders taken for Fall delivery before an ex- ited advance, prices guaranteed. See or write W. E. BEGGS Winnsboro, T exas p q —By use of Johnson'*5 freeze one a year being out of th: pulpit month the pastor i& back, feeling much, the better for est and for the good We have had a great meeting at Mt. Zion where there were ac_ 63 additions to the Baptist, 86 'Ui & ne rator will not freeze. = wmmm v & —MMI IMjllllllll— i complished. in the meetings that ,jy baptism. There were many were held. other conversions and reclama- ftev. J. p. Luton will preach tiafris. nt the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

/ ] T 6 A 4* Prepare for the Moult * ■ ■r ?l we w •uoyVMll .OU THE UNIVERSAL CAR 100 Pe * Cant <:Pep" en your Ford cm ;iis ,7^-^ „ •- • ^ ' : ; mcchaitimi oi. oter —then ni, fce truck 01 lio tfive it tiie r , > , "" n«* w y •'ifillist- (,j(; •!;'•■'• **' *'Mwr"'t to you A,11 of its th'.Sron?,' ?y •"* *«•"' Mte. who'InA*?r. ,*> "• 1 K""' ni«hwicf-t 1 I , I ■' I'opri CJ,| S i;r(> ni'd should be I;opt lo give the ir.cst eflic m mjc.-I service. AjV i ur shoii^SW — a jrre t many specinlN- iJ^iirfiplahor v -# they ingjevicat^ ; • e ,ar2r ^Trnd «"• - LiUfkiUff! I"® new equipment botatu r:n *mxL • jrnW«M>med Ford t. -1 and |JI l^childrsa.*.^ '•> anv machinery. I< " ctTT'na-.-, play fair with your Ford {*!«, h7r Jnnth^ hand" of ,t8 Wends, the Au- thorized Ford Dealers. T. L. MOORE Authorized l'orrt Sales and Service. Texas. Winnsboro « You L)o More Work, • fou ara raort- iiinblttoae and you gel mora ««)oyinent out of fvrythlni) when your Mood la I1U4I<1<<I condi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

io, to I 5 1 ARGAI eg; 82 in cultivation, 2 160% acres land located 6 in timber, all level Franklin county, 66 Ld quality, located " " " jppi vV'mnsboro, on rurW route and ■ all new Rear M. '& P. Bank CASTOR OIL 1 6 tivation, 80 in pasto- flo in iT l " cuWvatlmi' Z IZZT J5Z, Winnsboro, % ^ pubhc w pub- timber 2 i„ ?° ln ln P"ture, 6 in timber, all fen- nr)',es. ®Jr **>d three-teacher tivation 10 fr ' 2 ,n ;rchard- «" 'enced, ced, on public road. One 8-room f,hooK *5 ac™ cultivation, ™°*; 7* proof> 00 Public road, house, one well and sorinjr 9 J" ff^Ur®Y8 in timber, 2 in ™ e* ** •ova- nnp i.towi t. ... ' l,w wru 1411(1 [>nnir. v nrrhnrri fi in i j rh*rH 9 iw don't mind iickin's, now an' , then, V\ innsboro, Texas An' 1 can ever stand it when —r My mother calls me in from public 48 acres land in Wood county play . ,.n 40 acres of land in Franklin 50 acres «ood land on Fuu«.c fura «A CU_ f?"11 &fres in tuttvatin.;, 2 ftfijP m 11es tif^Winnsboro, % on public road; 27 ac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 September 1920

I f X ♦ i r n LIS OtlTLOOK JU6TWM rATM.| mrroRs of suceiMPUb %HAiH PROD ■VTHfMN rrATM. WONDERFUL MUSICAL REVUE FAIR EVENT MRS. lira. ter of Mr. and Mrt. G. W. Rob- inson, was bom i® Tph • r Springs. Texas, Fmry 27 th, I Awriti tbe pwk < f t.mi no*) 1868. Leaving that Ace * in ' « her ox™1"1" ^"J£L± Err.il* de KecaU F frewftl Original I n i R ill ir X | q •u *rt «Ma WMttli, Southern Ml *prevement CmmiINn. t -tt too closely related to b« ertir to •offer a aer1o«s At thU dm* tb \V-—«r ■boot prod or In f areas of ®o -p |«« nd signs of getting t ra fleck to nor-nai prodactloe. So ■la, tba (rratest of *11, offers i of growing wheat beyoatf—If wl to—the nimh of Ku-ela. tnla. Austria, Hungary and the art an depleted in Rien and •o disturbed with wts and irjnal politic*, aa to crow not uiugb email (Train for their own and starving mlUiona. Other European oountries are Inl- and not exporters of craln tMft Or.rrii-aa will, therefore, I; > the • «Apr>U Canrope's braad. In fact, the mmm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

m XII. NO. 4. > WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEMS, SEPT. 17. 1020. $1.25 PER YEAR IF RdfPdlim ^ne ?ecoftd-h8nd 2-pas9. Dodge and one second-hand 5-p iss. Djdge, both in first-class mechanical 5 i *i?, |10n- Tires, Tubes anil Accessories. Fenders, Cushions aha Springs. One Fairbanks-Morse s Lngine and Wood Saw at a good price. A FEW HUNDRED POUNDS SUGAR AT A BARGAIN. Hay hre that must sell. Don't forget our Dodge Service Station; first-cl i=s nech tnic in charge. 7. S. STEED. ' wr-vma mmam wm I s ,4 i ■ i OFFICIAL ST.VTKMKNT The First National Bank WINVSBORO, TKXA!? At the Clowe of KtiHiitetiM Sept. 8, IttjJO, hm Keoilercd to the Comptroller of the Currencv LIABILITIKS Capital Stock ' $100,000 00 Hurpltis Knnd 100,000.00 t'ndivUled Profit* 100,000.00 Unearned Interest 3,105.74 Circulation ... ) 48,6(0.00 Dopotiia e4(>.aso.fle Tola! 51.10 40 RB90URCK8 Loans and Miscounts V. «. Honda 112,000.00 Huiidin* and Fixture* 11,700.00 CaihkndExchanse 21B.7I8.31 Total .'. l,0OO,!>H«t40 The A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

AWUlliLIDrtAL NUiES. P Q -it r «r« an«* >7*. BY B l . DAVIS. KKFtTBLKAAK VICTORY Portland, Me., Sept 1 Republicans swept the rinnsboro Interview E. H. Jones, prop, of garage, Main St., says: "Years of hard two isolated towns Mid jrtflnta- work as a blacksmith is what The carmen t lllmitrated makw up Into a Tory attractive and •orr- Icoable echool dreaa In cbambrar. The collar, cuffa and belt af{ piped with anr contrasting eolor which glvea It pleaalng flnlah. The aklrt la plaited, front and back and contalna two pocketa that are •<eful In acbool clothes. Mr. Jones Tells His Experience. The The following brief account of in an interview with a Winnsboro It seems that the live stcck the election today and iekcted man ^,ur H^° an(* jLs ;e" association is an assured thing. Fredire H. Parkhorst as' Gov- (Iue'- *** road ke<'" in" A nice number has been secur- ernor by the largest plurality tcrrst^by every citizen .d and it is ho; ed that quite given a guU-rnatorial wndi- . ... . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

l-LJU j'. m liM-f — LAND BARGAINS mmmm BUDDED PECANS WILL DEAR EARLY Rear M. & P. *3ank V\ in naboro, Texan I .new I 82 in cultivation, 2 150y„ acre. ia .d located iture, '> hi timber, all !e,el Franklin county, 03 acre good quality, lociited 6 tivation, 80 in pasture, 60 acres of land in Franklin 50 aens good land on public C8 hi cul- county, 88 acies in cutivation, 2 road, 4 miles of Winnaboro, % in in pasture, 5 in timber, all fen- "'j**8. °!L J***** three-teacher ' / Ziiio on mill ml o PaStUre' 60 in timber, all fen- «J ?ood three-teacher ' 'r ^ " ^ rh,rd' * «i, on public road. On, S-room ""« I". «ulMv.tion, „d. rorri route and tele- 69 ho* proof, „„ public rood, house, ono well and sprint 9 ,f, ", " 2 ln it line, all new improve- one 4-oom boxed house well and milt* from tnun 11/ Jn, fr*m " • bottom land which One 3-room bungalow spring, 6 miles I w o a Z ^ o" 0™ " rult,vati "- One nice 5- L j _ j _ . nines rrom town, 2 school and church. Price per room r.ouse. $80.00 pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

'• rfiw1 wm "1 - • ■ '■ ri m „ . . >rwF> i: . % ■ ■ ' \ k '> ' V* i. i I . . ' - vBl*" '' > *. * ' >■ x/e/Uf cuxri wmm - "f V-:: <"* TP." ^ vJb« ' a* ■ T . : r iAi*./* ■ y / COMPANY. 0tecz£c6a69z o/ ^£k?&ctd/ o/fete&jmc?exci6/ s&7ic£ 6^4/aAo77U'y CJQ/M<otoc(l6' <&o££onjf' We have twmbM for your inspection com- plete tinea of Staple and Movelty Dry Goods. An the new SILKS. STAPLE ana NOV- ELTY WOOLRN materials as tenured lor the approaching season wiD be found in the great stocks at this store. Our STAPLE DEPARTMENT oCere choice Se- lection from complete lines of depwdsblr STAPLE DRY GOODS and omr prices one will find strictly in accord with the high qual- ity of this merchandiac. Staple Ginghams* in • great v*iety of newest patterns. Fancy Dress Ginghsms In a variety completely sur- passing that of say previous season. Domes- tics. Sea Island, Ovting*. FlanneU. Cheviots, ■tc., are piled high thravghovt the STAPLE •action and yarn will tad the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

LADIES! illinery Suitabl Every Possible Occasion e for 'lour k'-mt, your sut., your 'dressy-can be selected here from a wonderful assortment. ^We are Anxious to serve you. SV«eiWpdyen Company. Mi.'la Valeria Story ia here from Naples, i Itt,* * • '' | See ltd of J. JI. Ilornbuekre etsew 'ere in this paper. His new market has been named "The White Front Market." He will be' ploji ed to have you call, or phone 385, for the best meat to be had. I I jl A wonderful variety of trimmed and tailored hats, including* many smart models of . Gold Medal Hats for Women of Fashion N> * Our showing is most complete and merits your immediate inspection. G campbell's big EVERYTHING five HI Men and boys are invited to come arid bring their wives *nd 'sweethearts with' thorn to see that they are fitted perfectly in a "Society Brand" suit for fall and winter. Campbell's Big Five.- Mrs. Tom Skeen of Roswell, N. M., and her sister, Mr*. Wyatt of Dallas, spent the week end with Mrs. Max New*ome. t —-— ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

' (W" ■ d iir I PARENTS relates Aim. KuU Burnett. Oaltoa, G*. "1 vu I&Iji and Jut felt tired, *11 the Una. I didn't reet well, i' wasn't hungry. ! knew, by 1 needed a tonic, and there 1* none bet'^r Uaa— EPITOME OF WOMEN'S ! FIGHT FOR VOTE >*- That Son or Daughter What 1818—first Women's Ki .hts About Their Future ■SeeRs'' Convention held in S- necn' Their ability to think, to <" . Fa)]*, N. Y.. at call :f Lucretia to act atxoidii.g to the mws ot Mott and Elizabe;h Cady Stan- a well trained mind will nuas- ton. Susan B. Anthony rises as ure their success. B leader in the movement fir How to give them the most ' political freedom. of this important training in At End rf Civil War-Suf- the shortest time and at the Ifragists attempt to secure le« t coat, is the question that favorable interpret t on cf ■ catalogue from America s lar- i Fourteenth and Fifteenth *e8t training school will an- swer. Whenever a group of pa- rents get together, whether it be at home, picnic or ehur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

HOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIO VALUE PACKAGES I PASTES AND LIQUIDS ** l3,wL"'tsh«Vt,k *'awn ] f. f, PALLEY CORPOK ATIONS LTD.* BUFFALO, N. Y. Land For Sale We have for s.Je farms in tracts of 60 to '70 acres in as good farming : id truck grow- ing country as tiiere is in Texas. Close in. Three test wells for oil being drilled now. Price $«0 to |W P®>" acre. If interested write Truitt-Jenkins Real Es- tate Co., Dangefield, Texas. 8t The News for printing. STATE IFAIR TO HAVE :KtCAN EXHIBIT Netohborlnt' Rtpubtls Already At Worn on Plant Tor Thla Evant The Stat® of Teiu and the United Stale* liai r* < - ive.j a rtlnttnct compli- ment through the fact that the up\\ Mexlcait *t)vnntni-nt ha consented lo aead to Oie fi;uta Fair of Te*as . lor the Winn o| mu the Mexican Call Special Session Sept. 14.—Plans are ss for the special aes- the legislature, now Governor has received of the Attorney | holding that men and nay vote in the general |without having pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 September 1920

* ; v.' QUALITY AND STYLE BAPTIST CHURCH ill w ■ HM&1 > There are rfo many type* of Sunday was h great day , at Heads, complexion* and builds, the Baptist church. The Sunday that it i8fr«aHy and accomplish- school ia delighted with bhe ment to «ei«ct the moat becom- new annex and " | ing hut effect. A hat that would in nil minim find interest, get- be very buc.ming to you, would ting ready for a great formal possibly be very unbecoming-to opening day Oct. 3rd. We are jrour friend. Only fronr an as- planning an excellent program nortment of millinery such a* for that occasion and hope to we are shewing can you be cer- have a noted speaker with us. tain of-securing the hat that Everybod; is coming to see the will properly frnme your face. Sunday s:hool grow surra AND DRESSES CLASSIFIED Several new models •'have ar- rived. We are anxious to have you Inspect theih. Wot onlv art i nsf ltotween but (wonder of-wonders) they are exceedingly rfijpnahle i" price. Skeen-Dodgen fcompany....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

BGOi |iC€. ofl J. Wii a linery matter for woman IIR8T BALE COTTON i and !els that ! woman ton for'tin"' S ^ 1 co^' witching' tenllv «fl T ,rriv,id «■ fit her v afternoon. It was grown h Jby a tenant on the Robert Sim* place. As all cotton buyers were in Quitman attaining the reun- ion, the bale was stored. Hon. Morgan G. Handera For Congress me her assort- nd ir- aring will !W heights In Ju^e W"1 m"ke V"u "«• i us you w nt it made or we fc w ih „« SffoiJ!'11 repair y°ur one. Gist & (II. N. us again Sons. to most of you [ •oduction. Suf- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burroughs In please you. and son. Willie, of Sanger visit- / a ° havo you ^eir cousin, Miss Emma (Ilf?t) u lful models. Burroughs, the past week v ^ipany. )- S Mrs. J. D. Bruton of Plant —fie is visiting c'ty, Fla., arrived Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Claude ; Miller, who is very ill. Vloore is visit- tobertson. At John Deere and Standard I Buggies, John Deere and Leud- / of Dallas is inghaus wagons. We sell for rlene W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

mmm 1 r * ■I fenlPp *~:/4 -——- r m ' ■ <:-• T •. .'••,• * &■' <■ « 1-1 I * I m (i. -J 11 ]• \ 1' ' t fiWiXiWil RhllflAl nil .u n *rv ini« I | . I re p p" ■i • 4 1 ft' /a * I p ou Lufl ul loiysMW m y v you do this? —- at our store Ask for your favorite kind of music—instru- mental or vocal. Seat yourself with your back to the New Edison. Close your eyes. In short, let us give you Mr. Edison's Realism Test Thi« makes an actual musical experience out of a de- inonctration of the New Edison. It brings back your previous musical experiences. You compare the preaent experience with your musical memories, and determine bow listening to the New Edison compares with listen- ing to the living artist Let us tell you, at the same time, about our Budget Plan—a "better business" way of paying for your New Edison. (Note: the New Edison lias advanc«d in price lets than 15% since 1914. This includes War Tax.) I. J. KENDRICK rn lexas A lot of fellows got Wild at us during the reccnt campaig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

AGO R5POHT Of First BtDrr l .if E ■ CARS OF ftiiiM Leudinghaus-with the differ- ent-kind of wheels, and John Deare in automobile track with wide tires. If you buy now we can save you some money. lampbell's - Big - Five EVERYTHING Forget While in Town lit Hair Cut and Shave at |;ht price at the Two Bat tar Shop, one door Bakery. Open all time. GILES & FINKLEA, Land For Sale Total.. We have for sale farms in tracts of 50 to 470 acres in as good farming and truck grow-' . ins country there i. in Texas. "Sr" At W.nosbom, Sn the State of Texas, it the ( & pi. 8, 1920. RESOURCES - f.. PPSlffi W: * l ■ 'jt1 1 ^u.rii uid discounts, including fcdi d&unti , (except thoae shown in b and c) $657,571.09 Customers' liability accoivit of acceptances of this bank purchased or discounted by it 45,987.01. ~ . .. Total loans - ..... $703,558.10 overdrafts, unsecured 1,287.76 Deposited to secure circulation (U. 8. Bonds par value __ 's 50,000.00 Fledged to secure postal savings dep par v 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

" • ? " SBORG HIGH ■ NOTES uic Internal Revenue Depart- ' merit, there are 30.000 million- Seniors das*, fifty-three aires in the United States, an rant of our Elberta. increa.se- of 4,000 in the last Sept. 7. under the leadership seventy-nix annuals years. If you have not yet Qj former president, P.iul subscribed for, the; reached such a goal, cheer np; gnj ^ Senior Class id-o'gan- being one hundred they are being turned out a the rate of 112.2 per month. «ng« VE f I ■ Jtfc fm •p«Ou [\U\\ U1 iov\WU F I 1 A ighf> CO M>w have been efis> it- W« State Press: And if the sta- lled. The following wi re the ure hoping that Fresh, ,T8oj hs officers elected for the ensuing and Juniors can claim the s:mie year: President, Paul Ord: vice honor before subscriptions Ire tistics were available probably presujent, Pauline Rhymes; sec- closed. We'll need co-openi'fo'i it would be found that 90 per treasurer, Lulu Oil breath m0re than ever this year as our cent of these new millionaires. se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

.. . -V: • t *'";/• Dresses Beaded Embroidery, and Hand- painted Tricotines; large range of navy, black and brown; decide !!y youthful and especially becoming. Also a large assortment of Satin and Georgette combination hea\;;y beaded and embroidered in all now I shades. $22.50 to $79.00 ■ , _ 'Vfr • • i Proper Styles for Stout Figures V We pride ourselves p<j^%i]arly on our readiness to show every complete and desirable selection of apparel cuitafcla fpr stout figures. We have just received a large num- ber of Suits, Dmjses and Blouses that will particularly appeal to la- dies requiring extni sizes. 2 H Soils • ■ Full line of Navy Tricotines for dressy wear. Tailored with strong belts. Also many desirable models fashioned of Duvetine, Ya!ama Cloth, Gauton and Silvertone—rein- deer, black, brown, and all new shades. $29.50 to $79.50 CAMPBELL'S, BIG FIVE everything The Enterprise on price basis. Read the means much to you. sbaro Weekly News ier R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. pt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

lib I have bought the Rhone Feed „ at Winnsboro and will han- a full and complete line of Al- _Ja Hay, Bran, Chops, Shorts, > Jhole Maize, Chicken Feed, Syrup Rickets, Packers Cans, Charcoal, «tc. Also Will Bay Yew Peas and Peinnts and iwr roa top of ilio market for a me P TVtimin* to be f* >red with yonr buaioeta and w*i>rmi{ jon of a square deal, I rrisUa, joura truly R. A. GAIN ■HONE'S CORNER STAND WINNSBORO. TEXAS ■ — itfj (4 Texas. at the close of business kr, Pumished in the | At Winnsboro, In i i' f 8'h day of s , ■ - Weekly No\ 3, n newspaper printed ar.d published at State of Texas, on the 24th day of Septmeber, 1920 RE: IURCE8 Loans and Discounts, persona fr collateral Loans, real estate .... — i FINANCIAL CONDITION OF Tom Love Will ITERS STATE BAf,'K Run For Senate Winnsbor Winnsboio, Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Furniture and Fixtures Due front other Banks and Bankers Interest in Depositors' Guarai ' y Assessment Depositors' Coar.v Cotton Bills of Exchange Libe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

MOSEY & WHITE I - - A BARGAINS Rear M. &>P. iank i- .CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT lUBHJ [ ^ i" cultivation, 2 IGO-jJj acres land locatul in 40 acres of hind in KVnnlrlin rn -w"" "vt;n,T«,:tLle't srr rty-m acns in cui- 33 Zfi&ZXSi ym w?„dx,opub"e good qrnUity, located 5 tivation, 80 111 pasture, GO in in pasture, 5 in timber, all fen- miles of g',cd .. . , ! While books of refers W lnnsboro, Texas say that the flint uctu*L« ~ ~ " of money wa* by Ph«irr. 43 acres land in Wood county1 - A . Qt.r r. ,, H on public road. 27 acre. in cj ,0f Ar«°*' 895 B' C- " W- 113 from Wi"n.boi « Umber, 2 in orehard, all taced, ced^ on 7ui47ori™M "j"* " I^SSuJSim. H"?",'" «*■* «* JV2TT? "* ' ■ nwl tele- 59 ho* Proof, on public load, house, one well and sorinir 9 5 L" JM?®' 8 in 2 in ™il" of •oho°1' 1 ac!;e ,n or- ot existed a k<*:n appref35 improve- one 4-oom boxed house, well and miles from town 1U mii « <v„m ?n~uir^' ® 'n bottom land which c'la!'d, 2 rooms and bungalow eprine. . ** frora '...

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