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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 August 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 11, tilt. CURIOS RELICS OF OLD MEXICO WILL BE SHOWN IT AT STATE FAIR OF TEXAS DURING SEASON 1921 CHAMPION 7*77 1 91 r fir a'1 i'i if M : • ' Mt, i i horo ■ 1 M Jn ' ■ i? to? It V b Nfh,. & to w W u. 08- Chinese Writing t* J*0€ WHO /# fUMtCQ « This route from Mongolia ] \ .j? to Mcxic-o is no! beyond I \ the bouodsof possibility for a^1 % determined people on migration. wwwfin* • t Hl/lOVtHXt, fQtUm/NltMM lorr/t /mats //vfltur/co/Ui) mm.M BQC rut pvfc.iBsaesu THFzarmMoos or nw I Did a horde of Mongolians sweep down this pathway to Mexico, to leave their traces there ? III INI FEDERAL TAX COLLEC- TIONS ARE 11,997,412 Johnny Wilson still claims the middleweight crown, BUT in his recent fi|<ht with Bryant Downey in Cleveland he was knocked down three times in the seventh round, and according to the official time- keeper, Wilson stayed down thir- teen seconds the first time and eleven seconds the second tri|>. Jimmy Gardner of Boston, who Wilson ins...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

WttklQ few Specials—"fires and Tubes Jh TIRES AND TUBES Jtrd Brands L. S., t«i>od" Firestone, and Goodyear. | Supply of 1 01 l iles At Prices Unheard 07 $17 .50 WINN8BORO, woop < oi nty, tkxax, AUGtnrr w. mi. 91.25 PER YEAR Have You Seen the NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? iiYtUM II t imv. n.... _ U . MHmniii. s. steed ''AR1U JMKS,>N ,,AI"Vr0HS O" "-d Truck f.r tr d« and hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOt'RLNG Car for sale cheap. '■ ASOL1NK AND UJBK OILS. FREE AIR AND FREE WATER Hesitancy The fact that your hank balance is a small one need not deter you from keeping it at the FIRST NATION- AL BANK. It is not necessarily the millionaire who keeps the factories busy, or the banks bulging. There 1 more small fortunes in the world than large one* just g* there are more potatoes than grape fruit. We in- vjtae the small accounts as Veil as the large. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i FIFTY I'OUND MELON t,„ I'm « ^al ace, P« <- Saturday Miller M it c h e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

' II t ■J t Kf fin 1 Wood County Agricultural CLUB BOYS ENCAMPMENT Wednesday"and Thursday 01 last week the club boys of Wooo Boy's Club Encampment win boro, Webster, Ogbum, Mi"'*-*4"® The First Annual Encamp- and spirit of never give up, and Hawkins, Alba, and a numberoi enent of the Wood County Boys- H ggii willingness to try any- other £««•there a i.ivf Stock thin* once. time was spent in lecu ires rtiul S j^ricultural ami S,U^ 1' \Wnnsboro, Ogbum, Haines- swimming and eating and ?S&JaSuth of &Itmu Ajug ville, Quitman, Alba and Mine- games of wrestling, runm* Smites South of Quitman, Aug. ^ ^ ^ ^ jumpin|, tuf of war and other /« ©SI/41M ©ii®K EVERY SATIS! oi,n«r t/ thi fact that the other communities having smal- sports. Mr. S. C. Evans, the club fiKf encamDment It To, ler contingents. boy man from A.AM *as with Jnlv had to be Dostponed on ac-1 All regretted the necessity of us and made the timi vei> in rf r^ ^d hbUJafl !Mr. Evans having to leave at joyable. Each andI e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

jsiTBASEBALL** ON BLACKSQX am |*r Kfwtaw Mountain I.endis, mpremc in baseball, who uunilr'l the drath-kncK to any | of crookidiu-si in the sreat t. Dctptlr t'ic arquiUf of the "Hlarli ox" in court at _Ho. JuiIkc ' andii announce* fool one <•( 11 Kill wilt ever be lined to play < i urguiied *~a>i VJ That Ikspeaka the U*t Word In Faskkn might tell you many l about our huts, but what Important than this. jwJel hears the authentive , of "dame fashion," and i some interesting1 features fwness about it either in hape, material, or adorn- , Visit our millinery de- tent and know the satiafae- ' being suited with a hat to be specially made W. C. Dodgen Co. it made at Westbrook*! I. WUITEMAN-BRADFORD m0,n' >^hitfman and Miss Lu- cille Bradford of Alto were mai- n- li-ti5180.?' y^terday by Pr« William M. Anderson, Jr. at his home, 6887 Belmont avenue. They were accompanied by Don T. Haynes and Mrs. C. C. Chap- man of Wwnsboro, sister of the bnde. Mr. and Mrs. Whiteman attended Sout...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY IP'S AUGUST 19, 1921. DISTRICT COURT JURORS 1 K . 1 1 Ki I* i V Ak> 1 IrU Jj8 iH iH J ¥ !i I Following is ft Hat of the grand and petit jurors for the August term of District Court which court convenes on Mon- day, August 22, 1921: Grand Jurors W. D. William*, Mineola G. P. McCrary, Mineola T. B. Worthy, Mineola, Rt. 2 A. F. Dean, Alba W .M. Craddock, Yantis W. C. Anderson, Winnsboro W. H. Holley, Winnsboro P. L. Ray, Crow H. A. Robinson, Coke M. H. Prine, Peach Beit 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, H. A. Swatsell, C. Earhart, J W. Puckett, T. G. Gilliland, S. C. Caldwell. J. R. Amason, R. P. Wermack, R G Maclin, L. D. Rape, E. L. Harvie, S. B. Whit- ley, S. O. Williams, W. H. Apel, J. M. Yancy, Clarence Davis, J. M. Fitzgerald, O. B. Vickers, W. S. Gamer, F. F. Grimes, T. J. Poge, L. B. Bridges, A. E. Crad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

! . * t CAR TOURS TEXAS; 1100 MILES LflwtTiasi'ttS the 8Un Eta* its appearance on &«*,'■ s- nilv were off «n their j dw car headed tor Title. T^as. I- „ 0n thru Greenville, Tof Hunt County, in the Rink land, population of Ke won came within the \d Sherman, Texan, the /seat Grayson County, Ik located the largest cot- 5 oil mill in the world, man is an important edu- L| center, four large cie- Ctional colleges l>eing lo- [here. The population is ir passing, thru several ■towns arriving within the (fill city of Gainesville, as the town clock on the ! court house steeple was > the hour of three. jesvilie, county seat or (Countv, Texas, is situat- Elni Fork of Trinity ri- ll miles from Red River, for pood . chools, indut- Irich farming and stock -Aimed and visited the old [for a few days, thus tak- Iqi- flight down the Gaines- port Worth pike, over the [• trail, a well marked road, > life is worth living ana ff.1 roads for Dodge cars. I to Tarrant county roads Jund Denton, T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

! ft m. w, 1! m ■fir ■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY M'GUBT IS. 1921. Strike DAYS OF '49 Below we print an article taken from an old copy of tne Free Press. At the time it was written there' were only two or three automobiles in Winns- boro. The owners of those ca s were in dread every time they made a trip through town or into the country, not knowing whether they would be fired race, and part of the. brute en * ation have by common tonci >tt and intuition, always been a law unto themselves in matU"- that pertain to self-preserv. and hence rattle-snakes have never taken {the county n«>r been much respected. So there you are on that i i position, without any law iv(|n>< ing you to go on public roa<l> with these monstrosities, ol Hi'' i.ixi hIm) without any exhibit I SHOW! upon or ditches dug or other thiifcs done that might wreck of the principles of the Golden their "vehicles of destruction," Uuie. a« they were called. The letter Law after a|,( is only will be read with amusem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

AUGUST If, 1921. FARM NEWS -~~5) flv W. A. Nabors Fruit and Feed Crops for East Texas Iflie various farmers that 1 Talked "ith lately have al- dv made u|> their mindB that culture in Ka t Texas will , to under#" a radical change , ygriou* reasons, also differ- , people that have gone from to other parts of Texas the United States come . and say this is the garden ' of the world. Several have nie lately my experience i year vith Jerseys and hogs ive a seperator to seperatc ■ cream from the milk as a proposition, I can't give data on the cream, milk I stock business but am suf- itlv interested in it not on- Tto try it further but to en- thc plant. I see sufficient ills to know that it is the ation of this country in con- with fruit and truck Every farmer that can ilv arrange a fall pasture lit to begin now to plant it, wheat, barley, rye, oats, I cover a R-ood large part of intended for posture only rape seed right along with (Other grain to help keep fat I, chickens and other stoc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 August 1921

i<;*{ 1? 1 *1* ■ I'! fi LEGIONS PICK SEATTLE (URLS FOR BEAUTY. American Legion member* in ihe Ule of VVa hington very frankly admitted that they were interested in the beauty of tjirl*. *o they conductrc' a cnate*t—not to find THE mo l beautiful but the THRF.E most Ixantifu in the whole Pacific Northwest. And here are the winncrij-evcry on« ff Se*HW. Reading left to right, they arc: Haict Jordan Helea V>orth ngton and Lorraine Kelly. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE I have in stock Elberta. Ear- ly Wheeler and Slappy at $15.00 per 100. Don't buy from .agents. I will save you the •gents' commission. H. C. Hud- nall, Pittsburg, Texas. -0 BETTER Bl'SIN'ESS NEAR ,T NEWS AUGUST It, I til. TWO DOZEN TOES AND FINGERS CANT SEARCH HOMES TO GET "HOME BREW 16.—The a victory Washington, Aug. ■"home brewers" won in the House today. In adopting amendments to the anti-beer bill passed by the Senate the House rejected a provision which would have al- lowed the issuance of warrants to searc?. homes for ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

Mm- $>tos. XII NO. 52 few Specials—Tires and Tubes u tirks and tubes /||4 n rn jju-d Brands* U. S., Good- ;l| I / **j Firestone, and Goodyear, yi • ply of Ford Tires At Price* Unheard Of WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 26. 1 2I. Have You Seen the|NEW DODGE CAR with CORD TIRES? E<nl)n yilMlu nnnn. « . - ■■■■■■kt. s. steed FORD FARTS. DODGE PARTS. JACKSON RADIATORS. One Ford Truck for trade and hand DODGE ROADSTER and DODGE TOURING Car for sale cheap. GASOLINE AND LUBE OILS. FREE AIR AND FREE WATEK ♦1.25 PER YEAR We Give You Advice Whenever you feel the need of advice an to your fin- ancial affairs don't heatitate to call at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK and nee us. The Officers of this Bank air accessible at all times. They are elected by our Directors to serve you—are glad to serve you. Whenever in doubt may we see you here? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas FIRST BALE FRIDAY Winnsboro received her first bale of cotton last Friday. It was grown by J. E. Folmer on the Carloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 26, Ittl. mm IN MANY SECTIONS OF SOUTH TEAR SERIOUS Wi IT.. Not 10 T| Md Endanger Their a: Peculiar Condi- tions Found •• Take I „ \*k if I* i > •.? p Hi j i ■ .1 is j and then came back to Manns- v ille and $ien to ;.|d the D*Vii'*jDen on the Pen- . tagcoiy diet ' wh£re we saw sJjTe of the largest. 1k>u I derb :n j .ifesh. pes. Tatnden >vas a mass of- Irrgo boulders rolled tcgether and «il t>iu*H> rooms under them : j Jne boulder was called tho De-1 j vil's coffin; it was a boulder j We loaded iu# truck on the 4 jating on the top of two other, Fifth Annual _ H'eOf The Boy Scoots -in many tactions iWUcate malaria, chills «*t «riou this year, already hav« occurred ■ML ■* * f the death toll will ■PJ t .* y« \ ** advance*. ITv* V v Bar to the Sooth ■t *sVv *>.. > this great loss ' 4" • ase arc raosqui- • •"V -'*5r and oiiaamic i y .« decay of largt •jt vegetable matter. Ma- ll la ifcowa, get* into the that tired. *lug- torpid liver, ina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIM f AUG! m WINNSBORO • „ r Whithurst announ ff* viu of h«r daugti- Mr' S5 UMU,llr'® S^rwU«y to Mr. Gail Mttlone, on Wadne®- T%*b gUSt 17' at Amari,,°' Ready-to-wear is very leason- able this season. $85.00 Garments *l« 95 $25.00 Garments $14.95 $19.75 Garments ... $lo!7o A beautiful line of silks and wool dresses. The Enterprise. Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Roundtrec and Dock Ilamrck went to Ty- ler Friday and attended 'the ™ Sacred Harp Singing Saturday ssi and Sunday. as S. • H. Kelly has been busy a EE weeks making improvement = ?n his residence and also cutt- c= ing weeds and working 011 tl e s— ditches on his lots. A NEW HAT Should Come First of All DISTINCTION—that indefinable quality all 'women—and their daughters—aim to acheive—is the outstanding feat- ure of every hat in this exclusive shop. A marvelous beautiful airay greets the visitor—ingenious creations from the foremost designers—character hats cre- ated especially for YOU. And the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

r * Ji Br ft *, i r< jj V «I i m !:j I I ■ i Ej W1NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AlCt'ST 28, .1WI. ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIjlllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllll^ I Free! Free! 1 YOU CAN SECURE | ROGERS SILVERWARE == Without charge by Trading with us. Save your Cards EE they are valuable. Cards given with each 25c pur- — chase. We Handle All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats | Russell Meat & Grain Co. | 44 THE MEATING PLACE OF SATISFACTION " EE PHONE 125. We Deliver Your Meat To Any Grocery gj Store in Town. LOVE FINDS A WAY IN LOUISE GLAUM PICTURE Phone 265 and let Leonard do your CLEANING AND PRESSING QUICK SERVICE A TO IN C Grove's Tutoiwi chill Tonlt rente m Energy and Vitality by huify ng • d Enriching the Blood. When yo," (eel it* strengthening. invigorating effect, tee how k brings color to the cheeks and how it Improve* the appetite, you will then appreciate lie true tonic value. Grove'* Tasteless cbiU Tonic is simply -j -.Iron und Quinine suspen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

iL . 1' W1NN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 2«, ,1921. WflffS'lf THE ONE HAPPY THOUGHT for the boy when he thinks of school starting again is in the new suit he is going to get from butler'S His joy this year will be greater, because no such selections have been offered in many moons. For one week only, August 27th to September 3rd, we ingoing to offer a special 20 per cent reduction on *ew Fsll School Suits for boys. They are the new form fitting Lylts in blues, browns, heathers and grays—*very suit brand new from the maker's bench within the last twenty —it real bargain at— We Advise Early Selection on These $y.50 % .BOYS* CAPS We carry the famous Campus Caps. They the th boys\ fav- orite. A big shipment just re- ceived for school wear. We are going to sell aM school children their school clothes at a big reduction. We want your trade for we think that we have the goods to satisfy you. Of course your buy is going to need trousers, wanti stockings, underwear, shirts, shoes and ties, then ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

'I WL t I W? WINNSBORO 11 NEWS AlTGUST 26, il 21. % 11 . V i V tiX <R 1 Lfl m nancmci g Indigestion SHI TWO CONVENTIONS AMERICA'S GIANT. ARE ORGANIZED Mur m kMUkr, in wltt Tke effects of i on lltl in <Uus«roiu, and prompt treatment of lndtrea- tlon 1* Important "The only medicine I have needed has been aomethlng to aid dtv tlon and clean the liver," write* Mr. Fred iihhjr, a McKlnney, Texas, farmer. "11/ medicine to Abcut a hundred visiting Ba ptfsts from the churches con- London, Aag. 2JL—The'fisn stituting the Rehoboth Associa- dirigib le ZR-2, which WOMAN BURNED DIRIGIBLE OUT OVER WHKN BABY (ISt SEA ON TK1AL TRIP w HRfc FIRST BALE OF COTTON REACHES GREENVILLE tioin met in a rally at the Hap-' purchased from England by the ^ *yc\ock. All the furniture and Wh* I>ou«rht by tist church at Sulphur Springs United Statea Navy Depwtmeiu |jxture8 were burned. The fire!Whe€ler' & *' t laat Saturday and after the LU3tf?#!S. started from an explosion of an m . , . p. .... . , .....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

It/ fi aaA « A m~r WINNgBORQ WEEKLY NEWS AflCtTST 26, f 21. . 12 «"y y^iw .1 r, " ; '■ v I ill;., j >..♦ *fl !' Hs*i 5 00 iPE mwwM- ING- Wt w . ' \ tUM Catering to the likes and needs of the school children in h™s been ,l.he best investment made during all these n i V fu -ff , u:'nf'r Mercantile Co. Our store has been the sch- ool ot thrift to these scores of kiddies, for it has taught that quality goes with price in real bargains, and it has also taught them never to purchase without locking here first. It has made them grow up customers in all the later years. This season, as ever, we are showing a complete of chil- dren's school clothes, furnishings and supplies!! Study the pri ces. v, m BOYS' WAISTS Perfecto Grade .. 98c HOYS' UNDERWEAR Bleached and Brown, a good grade for only 98c BOYS' ODD TROUSERS Hoys' School Pants and Men's dress pants. Price Right. BOYS' CAPS 65c Sure Fit Cap BOYS' STOC KINGS Iron Clad band school hose per pair only ...... 29c BOYS' NECKWEAR All colors,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 August 1921

III 1' ■if r< n HI'; v i r a, !. * *ii (i' B PS I . >r i-\ 1 I . i 11 'J' tsfw OH Wl! NEWS AUGUST 2*. im. Weekly News R. W«ir. itJU> A YBAK in advance. Entered as second-class mat- tar, September 24, 1909, at ths at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUB! ^ !TEI EVERY FRIDAY NEW SC;i£DULE . KATY TRAINS Day . Night Wc ward Trains ;_._Lv. 3:30 p.m. Lv. 4:15 ajn. Eastward Trains Day Ar. 12:26 Lv. 12:45 p.m. Night Lv. 12:10 a.m. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE I have in stock Elberta, Ear- ly Wheeler and Slappy at $15.00 per 100. Don't buy from agents. I will save you the agents' commission. H. C. Hud- nall, Pittsburg, Texas. 0 To Stop a Cough Quick Uk« HAYES' HEALING HONEY. • cough medicine which slop* the cough by h—ling the inflamed and irritated tUsue*. A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Cheat Coida. Head Colda and Ooup )« encioeed with ovary botUe of HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The aalve abould be rubbed on the cheat and throat i •f c...

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

. . , xm NO. i. jt Terrace Drain Land 'V v l, al Land B nk iScontmning . W of TTn wwlieMU n Wood for loans with Hon, from that in- liistructions to r-cn'onc at the earliest op- 'tly and call attention to "/nllowing paragraph in the lTtJSst executed by the Revival Meeting Doing Good Work The Baptist revival meeting which opened Sunday, August 14 and is now completing its third week has done a great work for Winnsboro. The Rev. J. B. Rowan, pastor of the First Baptist chruch of Stamford, is a preacher of marked ability and has had great success here. The Rev. W.-Y. Pond, pastor ofj this church has proved himself ft u . $1.25 PER YEAR winnsiioko, wood county, tkxas smuun 2, itn. «ocure a loan: .this church has proved himself '*er1(, the term of this loan [to Ix; a capable leader of the described shall ^oring thi1 A 'timfully protected deteriei'at/on by washing cho;r and at the same time •iinre |>art of the burden of preaching. Rev. Rowan preaches a short ^ °f fuVd'1''Maintenance0 of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NE*I SEPTEMBER 2. lttl. a i"'afti \ f i I* m Code •Job®" THE AMERICAN COW DOES MOPE THAN JUMP OVER THE MOON; SHE FLITOS A NATION. r r- *-Wi# rT I off" • UUTCHER SLEW MANY WOMEN Would Lure Them to His Store Then Kill Them and Sell Bodies for Veal. Berlin,—Germanay has her Jack the Ripper on a much larg- or acale than London some two or three decades ago. Karl Jrossman, a butcher over fifty WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS FROM GERMANY MAY BE SOON OFFICIALS SAY Washington, Aug. 27.—With- drawal of American troops from Germany as soon as practical after the formal proclamation of peace is contemplated by the Harding administration. That policy is grounded on the desire of the government not to con- tinue the burden of the occupa- tion of Germany. A formal proclamation of peace by the president does not have to await the ratification contended by opponents of the of the treaty, nor is it true as administration is enjoined per- manently from issuance of the Knox peace resolutions th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

W1NN8B0BQ WEEKLY HtWg BWTBMBBH I, mi. . V iNNSBORO: A DEPENDABLE TOWN I11 There are cold towns, friendly towns and DEPENDABLE TOWNS. The greatest of these—according to authoritative surveys- is the town that can be depended upon. This town of OURS is a dependable town. t -* .4 —"I like to deal in your town"—a country shopper remarked to a business man the other day. "leanget anything on earth I want here—as cheap or cheaper than anywhere else." That unsolicited testimony shows that the town can be "DE PENDEDupon—that shoppers are learning the value of the real service the merchants and business men are daily striving to establish." t In this hustling day, a man's too*' busy to spend very much lost motion. Slow mails, unreliable transportation facilities- substitution of artilces for the one ordered-delays-irigations -DISAPOINTMENTS, are some of the usual mail order buying trials today-aside of the DISLOYALTY of failing to suport your town and community TRADE. If you can buy it ANYWH...

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