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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

WINN8HORO CWH SEPTEMBER 2, 19X1. i. ti If Y ou Intend to Build A new home, or rep ur and paint your old one, it will pay you to see SCRO(*GIN & DRL'MMOND for your material. Prices right. Give us a chance at your bill. Scroggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN TWO OFFICERS ARE ARRESTED ON LIQUOR CHARGE FARMERS PLOW' BY MOONLIGHT IN WILBARGER COUNTY HEIRS OF JAKE L. HAMON RECEIVED $105,000 INSURANCE New York, Aug. 30.—An es- Vernon, Aug. 30.—Farmers timate that $4,500,000 was paid of Wilbarger County have been by life insurance companies in laboring industriously to take death claims from automobile advantage of the moisture pro-- fatalities during 1920 is pub- vided by the week-end of Aug. iiKhed today by the Insurance 14, and many agriculturalists Pre8g> statistics are quoted to have been plowing late at night'show that during the vear the in an effort to turn wheat land.'automobile caused 12,000 fatal- Moonlight last week afforded a ities. particular advantage in this ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

1 'h Id Fort Phantom HOI" , W1NNSBOKO WEEKLY NEWS BgPTKMBKH 2, 1K1. Named Because of Mirages TO W1 subsequent*" Decernf>el- I who 1,' i ' ^ the off,ce" In 1874 the Texas & Pacific'way to the Land of the Gold. member, 1851. | who had been service in the Railway, then building from Ft. When the old fort wan laid It is evident that Cononel Mult. 'Mexir n uf em<* \n the Railway, then building from Ft. When the old fort was laid by is inTirow in W, ,t' War rfT,tered their Worth west fc, El *>aso, wa. out the great and rich plains ! "V the statement aXj/uience and their reminis- rout«i t/ ««• hv COA fcw* Ph n. ,i«.wiu T«*«u «.« •« irw.k /t nn. , 0f Wlmt Wax Once an Im i^rtiinl 'Military Post Now "\ow (Jaunt Ruins of a Day Cone by. credited to him that Major Tho mas located Fort Phantom Hill in 1860.) 1 he location of the old fort was ideal for the period of time By K. ('. Crane Ifhis historic old pluce, ab- flfteen miles north of Ab- fexas, was built in 1850, i the ced man ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

WINNSBORO WRKLT WfWS SEPTEMBER 2, lflt •N i If < «' 1 I TIRES Have your weak and rim "lit'casing doubled. Get ycur regular mileage n iJ mve tire troubles. I do tl.a work satisfac torily. A LIBERTY BONO LUTHERAN CHURCH ft -Ovt*' Also don't foiget that t still do vulcanizing on short notice. Save money by having your old cas- ings worked over. ERNESTSCOGGIN Next Door to bakery A DISTINCT millinery of the fall may be found in cither large or small shapes. Those who dote on turbans are thin seasou asked to add to their witchery in the free use o; chant l ly lace as trimming. It hangs over the shoulders in a drape unique. Mack antique hatter's plush is a new shade in dark color which lends itseif to most any wrap worn. Fiuits, feathers, and plumes are freely used on all models. And prices were never so low Let us show you. ' Hedrrmed"U^S^Lftverty Bond$-n>o*t1v* paid for the building o, this jGefinan Lutheran church at Coatiburff, III., which cost $70,000. Rev. HTm «t * _ !>•_ i-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

I air jtAll> PLANS mwter (ieneial L yes in- one of the best „ in the Harding cabinet. «.. public confidence t%5 he ha. nlreedy laid P/T;c Hpnartment In this WE'LL SAY "SMILES OF 1921" IS LIVELY! S fork I thfN I ■< r his department, L, he i marked contract F predecessor, Burleson, PJ-Jehow rubbed the peo- L7 wrong way, became wi- K (onClicts with the aPH - ' i n(1 aroused troublesome opposition wheii he was r ght. Mr. L i,, 1 ;i g«>ne about " . .,11,1k confidence and and seems likely to car- :t I,,! of improving [r„,stoffii- department which 1^,, in many lines. jj. mail plan seems I <d -'■••iieral approver. ' |,„ nf Burleson thai fni;.0 i'd the improve- L 0f (instal air service, jjski'l i' peatedly for more Lgl prov sions on the part ^jrre- t'Ut he could not get body to do what he want- |Yht'i1 1 "n hope thai LC(v VII- will be able to win atfr sympathy and assist- ^ from congress and secure 5liberal appropriation for this vice which, he believes, is •jgary. .Mr. Mays says...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER I 1921. r * i ■ ' IB ■■ iA'S FIRST RAILROAD BUILT 40 YEARS AGO United States Alone Has More Than 2,000,000 Mile* of Railroads. AMERICAN COTTON TO HAVE DIFFICULTY IN EUROPEAN TRADE President - Hsu Shih-chang, discussing railways in his book recently issued, "China After the War," recites that China has twenty-four railway lines with a total mileage of about 7,000 whereas the United Sta- tes with an aera about the same as China, and only one fourth of the population, has 260,000 miles of railway, or sixty times as much. "Many ol our lines," he continues, "were at first built with foreign capital. The diver- sity of foreign interests has made it impossible to lay out our lines according to some com prehensive plan for the whole country. Such being the case part of the capital seems to have invested in unimportant routes while many more import ant regions are without modem means of communication. "Since the first construction of railways in China, forty y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

W What are Your Household Expenses? you have a certain sum each week lo meet house- y,j eip «iise«. You cannot tell to-day exactiy how that poney will he apent next week. A week later you an't remember exactly for what it was apent. Would y#u likf know at th* end of the year juat what Mfh dollar went for and have a receipt for every dol- lir spent? Open a Household account at the FIRST UaTIONAI' BANK. \our bunk book will nhow every (1c!Ihi spoilt and deposited and your check book every dollar spent and what it went for, while the returned checks will furnish you with recepits. WPflqgmo WEEKLY NEWS SEPTKMB KR 2, 1921. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas PERSONAL MENTION sfeamHaSS e a=- booze boon was in his possession. Dr. C. T. Vickers returned Sunday from Rochester, Minn., summer. Dr. Sam II. Brock announces the association of Dr. Joe Me- te Which Place ho. accompanied Kinney' pracUos oT den r. L Moore for an operation tistn p w 01 aen Drs. Mayo. The >>y iviayo. me oueraxfun...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

W1NNSBORO % i! ! ; iff • ill i]i ym ' r / i 1 1 in KV *3 WEEKLY ■ ■ HEWS SEPTEMBER 2, 1921. SEfc, MAN STILL LIVES WHO HELPED SUBIUER ED MEN AND DAD MEN 4K*rrville, Texas, August 27. era were shackled with hand- --Jiatoriuns have written volu- cuffs, balls anc chains or any- aiMt telling how Texans wrestl- Ji ng we cou u -/ our hands mi his state from Mexicans and to. The county Ivd l dther court Ua-i.is, but apparently tney h use or jail. 'i.. -• vas a lit- is*-' overlooked how tho i'ex-,ti cedar pal'sad* cr rial in the attf \me and snved it from,vt :ley, a little wn, i om where the cu !awa. And the Mexicans the Kimble county ccn-t houso m: lotiLns once held sway over now stands. We t.. nw our a krge r- u. Hut the iiisto iun:> citch of outlaws into t*v-, r.no ',ha 1 found plenty called it the bullpen, where we ma, tragedy and action for tui rded them until they were chapters had he chosen disposed of. ta write them, as well as abun- "In that drag we picked up 4muL provocations, f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 September 1921

WINN8BOR0 WEEKLY NEWS SB R 2. mi — i tUiUt. t.i<*...+,. v* .z w Cauter,n5to the likes and neads of the school children in Winnsboro has been the best investment made during all these yefrs by Turner Mercantile Co. Our store has been the sch- ool of 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 looking 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. ll HOYS' WAISTS Perfecto Grade 98c 1 JOYS' UNDERWEAR Bleached and Brown, a good grade for only ... 98c BOYS' ODD TROUSERS Boys' School Pants and Men's dress pants. Price Right. BOYS' CAPS Sure Fit Cap 65c BOYS' STOCKINGS Iron Clad band school hose per pair only 29c BOYS' NECKWEAR All colors. Blue, Red and Brown only 40c sun's The best suits made, 'Pony Boy suits, double knee, bouble ...

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

If f. ■i • Winnsbora Weekly News R. Weir, • A YKhK IN ADVANCE. DOROTHY DALTON IN "THE DARK MIRROR" UNUSUAL PHOTOPLAY The new Dorothy Dalton pic- Entered as second-cUiaa mat-,1111'0' The Dark Mirroi, which tor. September 24, 1909, at the is coming to the Amusu Theatre poetoffice at Winuaboro, Texaa, next Saturday, ia declared to be under the act of March 8,1870. A succession of haiivrai sing stunts, declared to be beyond belief until seen with your own eyes, feature 'Terror lalanii," the Paramount-Arteraft screen melodrama starring Houdni, which will be shown at the Amu su Theatre next Friday. TV exploits of the famous aelf-lib- erator before the camera are said to be even more baffling than those which he demonstra- ted cn the vadueville stage. A well developed story ha* —HL been written around fmudinis ■ie.ies of dreams wnveh she hasiltajs by Arthur B. Reeve and hud. In them she herself j0|5n Grey. It presents Hou- rs a girl of the underworld (clini us the inventor of the se- wiio ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

XIII NO. Jptedclti a* < adjusting Our Farm From W1NN8BORQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEX AS. CALL MEETING OF FRUIT GROWERS I SEPTEMBER 9, 1921. *1.23 PER YEAR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE All Cotton to Other Money ing of the fruit growers of the C ,a*ter • meeting held at QUITMAN BARBECUE vMrlv any farmer that you of the Winnsboro trade territory \ ifrower8 of the r,iU, Unlu the necessity on plum, „r rare v.rieZ^ | lomethin^ else than cotton com in g in a succession that 11 money crop in East Texas, would then make us the leading , we Rft to considering this plum market of the state. This the best course to pursue this winter in spraying the orchards It is necesary for the orchards to l>e sprayed if the peach and plum business continues and is must remember'acreage to plums, we are sure P ,,U8,nesH continues i as is a great em-jean be largely increased thru jpr*fP*roUB' The San Jose ing themselves in great quanti- ties, also the cucurlio, or peach worm ,as we know him. Each •ver we East Texas is a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

:A; J- WTNNSBORO WEEK ; F* SEPTEMBER 9, I til. ▼Jy : , i ?"■ ill it M' Kg. * A BIO CATCH THIS WMAN! PRODUCTION TO BE 7,037,000 BALKS IN U. S. IS VIEW OF BUREAU W, U* dwali'n^ h*rolnm of*Tha*Mrf(n of fktmbwl* PRISCILLA DEAN Supported bvj that msrvelouo charactsi' actor LON CHANEY fanou* ft>r h(« relet wThf MfracU Man* •rvdTho Perralti)* UBS 1? A UNIVERSAL-JEWEL PRODUCT ION dfrected bu TOD BROWNING 0 The man who mads ihe Vfr^fn of gtamboul* COMING TWO DAYS Amusu Theatre WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21st & 22nd ADMISSION — $1.00 i PICNIC AND FAIR DATES Texas Stale Fair, Dallas, Oct- ober 8 to 23. Northeast Texas Fair, Pitts- liurg, October 25 to 30. 666 qnrkly relieves Constipation, Million It ness, I^oss of Appetite, «nd Headaches, due to torpid Sirer. Wtes Cured in 6 to 14 Days nmabUM refund raw) if PAZO OIN'l MENT (nils if JMrT lUA'Vii, PIlBfl- ftlffprftof P'omullug mCmt*< ii«tfuletev ;> after (lr t opplTfilTou.' 00c. I GARB*?' * TO seal in the delicious fiuriey f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

tv «iu:i HM1S * . :;:30 p.m. 4:15 a.m. 'listwar;'. ' rains ,9.0 '2:45 p.m. f' .... 12:10 a.m. i™ks - ' :,iM8- 1 ( ®"" an^ r I( |;i... ill.' parasite iuses <' V U 18 a. laxative and general Udv. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS 9BPTEMKKR *, 1921. ONI v A o T IX)VE Is A BRUGAR IN PI7HPLE MARK ft# - ,"v< V"V TRAINS FAMOl'S BEAUTY (hat the plain, long known thion remedies are the Jor the complexion—glyce- Icold cream, vaseline and If. Tanned - kins, tender [befreckled skins and sun- skins receive relief in [ways of your own choos- er our suggestion, in this pass pharmacy. 10.D. l owler DRUGUIST RY KIND ... , «—Tl.jli >1' lying ke Prints 1 you study with ert who knows |business! He can [you many tips on f from fire. ISTKIATI—Then Insure ■Prevention experts of Tbrtford I ire Insurance By make it a point to ' your business—and ! you so as tn save I innecess.iry loss. . Gibson & Co. INSURANCE P< Bank Hldg. Winnsboro jOon't |Mi« it - Now I wowing 9 '°kseman coming ^EPTK.MUER 2Srd at ^us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

— DSl-wt- *fSP. ■i ** w* pi A I II l|;i! m I? 1' mMi t : ■ I ITT- p J i; I.-' ■■ Ft >.t' '■ * ; ■ U I ■ 4,f m:, fflNNSBQRO Wrr.KU' N£>Vs s?T/T; 7' * tgfc- > * V' ft' ,j - -.11- • . ~ - — ——" i win. —m — ■ -J 1 <"* 1 • .M 'y m m f v .. IT T ; .>• sl ' " ..J W ' ■* *"* . v? V . j • ■ •* r J •* * . * .'•V r ■' . ' • A JUEILEE OF $1.00 Bargains at the Famous Perkins Store Most of what we buy is for lets selling most we sell for less, thats why your neigh- bor says "Perkins" SATURDAY, SEPT. 10th AT PERKINS rk Tiil m &A 'day Xsl M pw Day! The Old Time Hickory snirt- ing; Dollar Day, 8 >d $1.00 $1.00 Bleached Domestic, Hope and uold bond, Dollar Day V yds. for only $1.00 $1.00 That good Everett Shirting all short lengths; Dollar Day 7 yards for $1.00 $1.00 Good Crib Blankets; size 30x40, well Stitched; Dollar Day, only $1.00 $1.00 Good House Canvas for Dol- lar Day, 20 yards $1.00 $1.00 Brown Canton Flannel, Dol- lar Day 10 yds $1.00 $1.00 Good Serge in black, brown a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

HABIT Ion, of Hi ""'est evils of this age is the Debt Habit Lea owe uu.iw ~jUrs than they own dollars. The per- , who fornti* the Debt habit is sooner or later com- [ j,j to Krief. if you are in del>t, stop right now. Don't ckar*e up another cent. Open an account at the First National Hank no matter how small it may be. Pay pur debts and build up you Interest account and you till fret* yourself from your worries and anxieties. "OUT OF DEBT, OUT OF DANGER" First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWK alfrtEMBER ir 19*1 y *w * ^ ~ fc.OCAL II4PPININC51 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. B. S«x°n Wednesday, Sept. 7, a fine 10-pound boy. The largest stock of Millin- ery we have ever had. Special prices to Saturday, September H.di«°b^.y Mr :V"wh.tlIyhT. $12.50 S,V« Tht'°Ent«rpriM. y°U' Buy "°W' h" Thc Entered. Diamonds at Gorman's. wTrth°i C<tr!ock' Jl- of fort thte wei ** mg re,ative8 >ere Men's Shirts at Wholesale Coat This week only, we will sell ' Men's dress shirts at wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

■' ■ 1 p> I i t 4-' • V 4 1 I 1 r n rj'fi '•*" EE .tj&al ® I 11 lj!t, I alt* WHWSRORO WEEKLY NRWS SEPTEMBER 9, 1921. A. & M. College Semester Will Begin September 21st. Tired "1 WW weak and run-down," relate* Mr*. Euia Burnett, of Dal ton, Qa. MI waa thin and Jnst fait tired, all the time. 1 didn't raat well. I waaa't erer hungry. I knew, by thla, I needed n tonic, and aa there la none betUr than— UMII The Woman's Tonic * ... I began using Cartful," continues Mrs. Burnett. "After my first bottlo, I slept better and ate better. I took four bottles. Now I'm well, feel just flno, eat and sleep, my skin Is clear and I have gulnad and sure fool that Cardul la the best tonic over made," Thousands of other women have found Cardul just as Mrs. Duruett did. It should help you. At all druggists. BAPTIST CHURCH ment of equipment und other J really got into the meeting_was preparations have been delayed | wonderfully blessed. The greatest revival meeting. we are told, that was ever h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

• • W1WW8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS ilBER f, ] 921. mm* "juh •*"*'-iiviv1'.-^, good reading matter for the winter months J I If there ever was a time when it was more important for a person to keep posted than now, we don't know when it was. Times are different to what they have ever been before. You ought to know what is doing over the country. No medium for the price gives this infor- mation better than the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News which we club with the Winnsboro Weekly News at $2.00 per year. This gives you three papers a week, enough reading matter for the long winter months. Send or bring your subscriptions'to this office at once. We mail subscriptions for the Dallas News every Satur- day night. If you fail to receive your paper in a reason- able length of time notify us. Business is not as rush- iness as it has been and you ought to receive your papers the following issuuing dates after giving us the order. I 1 i 4 1m m yfn itw hi 3D (De bring noitrti winnsboro news i# I i m 1 I 1 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 September 1921

! A ""T1 W1NN8B0R0 WISELY NIWS SEPTEMBER t, lt l. ■ ■^4; 3, I m HE '41 j: •; t i:{ i ■' I I y i bum iv £ i<M' • * l- '¥F $ V I I l' 1 i i r On account of present conditions I have decided to close out my business. Starting at once, and continu. ing until further notice, I will sell at absolutely marked cost, every item in my stock which includes dress) goods, staple dry goods, shces, men's furnishings, and millinery. My fixtures and shelving is also for sale. Here is my cost mark, come and make your selection before the stock is broken. MONARCHTIES 1 2 3 4.5 6 7 8 9 0 Repeater During this Sale Nothing Will be Charged Taken Back or Sent Out on Approval. 3 Doors South of Postoffice 3 Doors South of Postoffice Stf'dlifo w _ ^ GIA9 / * T>0^\MAV4 TO M>t-K r*e«ry jsvexf* • ViMt Tf+Afi Cal/*-A**Yt JO&S so-o , boa%, ■THAT J)AV YS { •t LB w WHO A MVtOA / i&sr A Town Almost Entirely Free From Debt ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Five Dollar Hat Sale THIS WEEK Patterns, Sailors, Etc. Hand Made Hats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

tinu< , NO. 3. X)tball Is Not A Game For "Sissies' WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TK\ vs. SEPTEMBER 16 192). Itht fact that it is not u game faction of the teacher in charge. does not make All of this goes to show that The Wonders Of Interest Is Shown Honey Beats Cotton For Money Making ■ — , „ <ti l .. , "— c , - — While in town Frid:iv W T f for the tuffs. High the requirements of the school j'fW 'ed out that if the Indians McAlister called *i Th v\. ,t-l all. if studied in the athletics and of the coach mean had placed at comnmirwl . Some wizard of finance has $1.25 PKR YEAR Wood County BaptistS. S. Convention Sept. 2 3 f foot It wiiy. w i reveal to many only one thng. That is that a est the $24*'heymP°U"d '"H*"1" °fflCe a"(' shoWed us some •" "•-■V •'• •j viiiik. « Hilt IB null H est tne tiev iwoivurl fnv u l — Jjced parents that the play participant in high school foot-'Manhattan Ishn.'l it m ♦ o y ?W w"s ofterin* for sale- of the game jduring the hall games must be morally _m#M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

iVlNNSHORO WEEKLY KEWt- SEPTEMRBF li, 1W1. - . c •* * fr« 1 111 Mi i A ■ if.; gt,. 1/ t I l EM : fio ■ •*; i ■ j. L i si, fie i* i Happenings of Days Gone By As Told in Files of the Winnsboro News It is indeed a pleasant thing, Morris and J. W. Corley. to park yourself at some unoc-l Campaign, J. O. H tt, T. J. cupied place, where you can en- Gibson and Geo. D. Hurdle, joy things of long ago. Thus The Pros won. has th s writer done and has The local items for tha* v eek contended himself with a num- said that Claudie Lee M.cChell ber oi old copies of the Winns- had returned i'rom A. & JI. Col- boro Newa. Observing himself* lege. Rev. P. C. Archer and Formula for Poizen to Kill Boll Weevil to be a Washington Irving writ- ing the Knickerbocker History oi New York, but in reality he is only gossiping of the days gone by. The first paper at hand hap- Ksns to be Vol. tt, No. 33, dated arch 22, 1912. More than 9 yeurs ago. This paper contained Mr. C. H. Morris atte. ?d M. E. conferenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

> "T- WINNSBORO WEEKLY N1W8 SKPTtMBEn ^ THt UNIVERSAL CAD Ittl. "• Mr. Kd«.l B. Ford I'r^ident of the Ford Motor Company make following announcement: H ' w«ki "We are making another reduction in the price of Ford ears and t l ord I rucks, effective today. The new price average $70.00 under form pneea,, and are the low^t at which .Ford cars and trucks have ever be sold. List prices, K O. B. Detroit are now as follows: Amout of Cliasis Kunabout New Price $2<>r, 325 Touring cars 855 Truck 415 Coupe 1596 Sedan 6(50 Old Price $345 870 415 495 695 760 Reduction $ 50 45 60 50 100 100 F. O. R. Winnsboro $448.20 487.00 ! i8.21 S. ,0.20 695.25 726.94 oo iooo tl -pnC#^u 'Ju' iHR the past twelve months. On Sept- "iTio i ii f P«i^er° i16 touring car was reduced from $575 to $440, June 7th to $41o, and now to $385, making total reductions in tins type of $220, or 88 per cent. The same proportionate reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the price of the Ford sedan was...

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