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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKL \'t <5FPTEMPE ? 16. 1921. Tonjqht- Tomorrow Alright r«l «v. MIImi allMk., ten* ar.J r«fulala IM kliminattv* •rgans, m«li« you faal fin*. "Baiter Than Mlla Fw Uvar Ma" L' IS' ' i rfll ■•"ill I f iJENNEY DRUG Co. W, { \ Ed If. i i * I -v*. ™lk || 4 • HI [ j >1 ■/ Small industr'es help build towns. Within the past few months Winnsboro has secured a mattress factory, a steam laundry, a new gin plant and ef- forts are being made to estab- lish a broom factory. Every lit- tle helps. Let the good work con tinue. WRIGHT WELL The Wright well, l>eing •ril- led by the Knickerbocker Oil Company, is down 1400 feet. One of the members of t'«e (CLASSIFIED Winn&bcro Weekly Niws Homer R. Weir, Editor CARD OF THANKS We sincerely wish to thank our good neighbors and friends FOR RENT—Furnished or un-'.?,* A YPAR !N ADVANCE. for their kindnes8 ahown U8 dur furnished rooms to couple with- ^ ^^~.|ing the sad hour of accident of out children. Phone 104. . our dear son. Tots Ben...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

«TNNSBOKO WEEKLY HW BEPTKMRRR IWI. CTHWglHHPjH OFFICIAL STATKMENT The First National Bank WINN8BOIW), TKXA8 Ai of 8e,, . fl, iW2l, „* Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES Loans & Discounts $519,488.78 1 S. Bonds 191,150.00 Huilding & Fixtures 11,575.00 ( ,h & Exchange 117,641.55 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100 000.00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 96.n06.16 Circulation 48,500.00 Fills Payable 49,405.66 Bonds due Customers 79,150.00 Deposits 365,988.51 Total $839,850.33 Total ■PBEjUcji; ngner-] Oil The Above Statement la Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier JCJlieSlli: TEuiHrtlSnianlsryafus-^^ yo-j; .ilLifeT&i) — No. 454 *cl Merchants & Planters State Hank WIMNRBORO, TKXA8 Statement at the Cl« *e of Hu*lne M Re|itemher «, IfHil RESOURCES Uans & Discounts $414,195.68 Furniture & Fixtures 7,000.00 Stock Federal Reserve Hank 1.800.00 Interest & Assessment Guaranty Fund 8,161.97 L berty Bonds 16,050.00 < Hsh & Exchange 53,247.05 Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

WINN9BORO litW? SEPTEMBER It. 1M1 ' F f j | •if 1 ™l'r] 1 r * II IRE is an ever-present menace. Every minute, night and clay, fire takes costly toll. The Hartford Fire Insurance Company in- demnifies against financial loss caused directly or indirectly by fire. More than a century of fair dealing attests its paying ability. You would rather pay a small sum to protect a large one than to risk all. I^et the Hartford pay your loss. Get your protection here. J. T. Gibson & Co. INSURANCE M. & P. Bank Bldg. Winnsboro >•? * i I #■ ■ PAtfT OF SUPPOSED BCRIKI) TREASURE OF LAF1TTE FOUND I )• New Orleans, Sept. 12.—Part of the supposed buried treasure oi' Jean Lafitte, the pirate. ha:j !>een found. in the vicinity of Jefferson island, the home of the iate Joseph Jefferson, and excitement in that neighbor- hood is at fever Ditch, according: to reports from the south Louis- iana coast. Evidence of the treasure Is furnished hv several gold coins of ancient date which have re- cently...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWC SEPTEMBER i«, IM, . i\|) THKILLB mrKii oUm w [fhdvsVilK . Picture In 'to An u U Theatre lis.inti cat* enough with- Driving his big car from New p i lw Los Angeles recently, PRI8CILLA DKam iv 'rank Mayo, the Universal sta* "OUTSIDE THE I AW" Coloradode8ert COMIN? Tn iuna.r' * copper colored sun- _____ r° AMlTs^ «wlnK out from the mountains Prlsclla Dean «..* n t ■ 1 SI>arkle on the dew-studded i-riBciia uean, queen of cine- sage. greatest ehHiTpt^^r™ '"<■ l'ie *uenchH' ting dawn or l/re cleverly «: SST^vfe SS'7 *?8!5 fcaSS? Si KrSr^; L i« h#. the princupa attra Law" which will .L 5 , y neK°tiations were ivnll I* 1111 1 T.r\ rj"w. wmcn will be shown at made whereby the stare success fetis sr prrJar*=a crhtL i l^0]1 Madden, dan-1 The production is now the Sv?vJ . c V notonous but principal attraction at the Amt - reiormed San Francisco crook su Theatre and as a background she finds honesty irksome and for the dramatic action are -ia- bv a disagreeable walker...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 September 1921

i ft .Wt IV : I I « ■ ' : r 1 itjif'f m ■ I 111 t 1® i'i * ! ' M , w „ i < I 1} WINNSBORO WKBKLYT«BWS SEPTEMBER li. 1W1. —— ♦-J __ SEPTEMBER ONLY ~ Manufacturers and Wholesalers Have Already] Advanced Cotton Goods 17 to 25 PerCent . i Aside from this advance of 17 to 25 per cent they are expecting a still higher advance. Desiring to pay accounts due October 1st and to bring our September business to nor-i mal, we are sacrificing profit. Too, this ad is too advise you of the changes we have made for Better Business. Buy your winter needs at these sale prices before HIGH PRICES STARE YOU IN THE PACE. T Our Tremendous Stocks Await Your Fall Purchase '"kUUttl* % ; Our Prices to Oct. 1st are on 10 to 14c Cotton Basis Best Six Cord Sewing Thread O. N. T. and Willinatic 150 yd for 5c A limited quantity of good do- mestic for 10c per yard. $1.50 Fine Thread Silk Foot Rest Hose. Sale Price 95c $1.50 Ladies Felt House Shoes for September Sale 95c $1.50 Boys Hats in Beaver, size 2 to 6 for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

f to & inns tor <r MfcjHkli) XIII.. NO 4. room Factory For Winnsboro Is Now An Assured Fact ===wiNNanoRo, wood county trxas_ September 2.1, int. $1.25 PER YEAR WAITING TO GOBBLE IT I Hose On Piir Of Shapely Limbs Is Cause Of Comotion B. F. Campbell. W. A. Nabors and B. L. Davis canvassed part of the town last ween for sub- scriptions to stock in a proposed broom pactory. They met only a few of the business men, but from the amount subscribed *- i they are certain that sufficient \„,t n Sept. 21.—Consterna-1 capital will l>e subscrilwd to as- Tw, caused among the male «ure the starting of a factory. j&)) of Austin's populace on 11 18 the intent,on to commence wrex* avenue Tuesday when j on. a small scale. Small enter- adventurous young woman,! P"8®8 [®re better for invesr- henvise na'tily attired, parad-: nients than large ones, as small I ui) and d-nvn that thorough- concerns usually grow as ex- wearim; a pair of men's perience is acquired, while hose on a pair of shap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

I It F ji ' 11: I - W' i \ I m . m H t WINNSBORO StPTEMBFR 23, 1*21. PEACH TREES 1 have in stock ElberU, Ear- ly Wheeler and Slappy at 916.00 per 100. Don't buy from agents. I will save you the agents' commission. H. C. Hud- nall, Pittsburg, Texas. RUB—MY—TISM Is a powerful Antiseptic and pain killer, cures infected cuts, old sores, tetter, etc. Relieve* Sprains, Neuralgia, Rheumatism 0 No Warm* la a HmK*x CMM Ail children IrwbM wtih Wkm kav* MM it.jr ooter. whkh Iu4feat*i pool Um4. m4mi tulr. thtf U mot* <* Wm xionach ~ jur Chickens Kil Ik Weevil T\KES OWN LIFE WITHIN FEW HOURS AFTER MARRIAGE 50gasd cigarettes for 10c from sack of on# GENUINE tiMLiVt S TASTELESS chill TOW0 m—Ui>T krt«««r IkrM ««to n rnflrk the MwL h- , pnrrt tk« iimlM. aad u u ■ C*:*ral, •aleI loalr la tlx whole i'M«i Naiara will IkM , tfeicw aS if dtaaal IS* aaoiaa. and Ibr Child will b* •a i rlnt baa>ta PtaaMBt lo taka.' Me pat hattla. A Tonic 11 For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

• * . * Have V"ou A Daughter? JSvci > member of the family will (give her so" ' ; T for Christmas. Why not add to her other gifts a bank account at the FIRST NA- TIONAL HANK? It is a gift that will please her ;ind will last the whole year. winnsboko weekly wews suptrmbkr 2, 23, 1*21. > • f .... IUPPEIMNGS Tit or- / notick T '« E«- I will begin teaching Expres- toiVJrt?1* «North 8chfK)l bujld- >ng Mnday, Sept. 26. An Dare., s tike can1"® the''' children U> can call me there in the afternoons. Rates $2.50 per month. Wary Evans. 'irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas /. mtrTg your own '^ads, no Knot7; T .trouble- C'et the Knot-Lock str ng at Gorman's. S«'<- C has. Robinson for you fall suit. NKW FALL PUMPS WjSwSS tt- \j. Dodgen Co. Jtern Star Pins at Gor- East man nf°rflretihe SHCk °f flour 11 2-l„ 'n. Satartoy V.eatherh yd school shoes for boys and girls.—W. C. Dodgen Free ble wjtl A sterling silver th> w. ery m, 'ii33 "SERV1CE"--Thal's Our Middle Name i et U JR 1 .eac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

WINN8BORO WKRKLY NK** I I « I III SKPTKMBKR 28, lttl. Some Facts Necessary To Make Good Fruit * In reau . the Dallas Newt> view by Mr. Dabney White with of 8u day, Sipt. 18, I noticed Mr. Bert Johnson he had the an article from Mr. Dabney following to say on the necess Whita, vho has been up in Ar- Hy of a canning plant, and if he kansu* <;nd w.-s wr'.t'ng in gen-,were- growing bsrries pretty eral sb'-ut Avkr.nsas but espec- largely he would su> the same ially j,'«ve an interview with thing on a preserving plant. Mr! i..ci i Jimnjon, • whom he justly entile """se Peach Kinjf" and f* v« tollowing inter- view with b':n which so aptly fits cor:4*"L '«nd proper orchard- "Of course we have a can- ning factory and we operate ii primarily so as to snv« our 'culs* or those peaches that do not . meet our standard o'" qurlitv izing tlist I herewith quote it in for shipment. We have n-He full. Ther no better practical our reputation on the pm li':y as well "3 'heretic peach grow-[0f o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

Shippers [jetting At Sol- Bonehead Club At W. H. S. Be- . 27th, bcjinninj SI m., a meeting of re- is After adjournment for the summer the Bonehead Club ha* I-;- .... ... fleeted officers for the com- unjf points will be held ing term. The purpose of this hur Springs- I Club s to make school life more meeting is called for the Interesting for its members. It gWNgBOBQ WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER M. 1921. CAKD 0F THANKS FARM STATISTICS We wish to thank our friend* INCREASE - ssSKASStfJSS the following argricultur- Ror„1,a:,„,;wr uSy fcthS "■ vejttr&s*1 phor Springs gins New Year C V-*T«£S also farmer- . __ m ... ser- en vices. May Cod bless each and 2,2 3,749, by negro farm- be n| lurday of tornung an orgaiuaat to work for a reduction in t rates on perishable corn- viz; fruits, vegetables, m, kgtermelons. also gives experience in govern ing yourself, for a public meet- ing or at any time when a group of men comc together to discuss thank Bra Howell for hi. .er- or, 8S| 1>v „w'„ -J"",—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

"T.r- ■ 11 WINNSBORO WB1 VS SBPTEJIWEn 23, 1MI. i; J T fl W ' \ ' *, i; Weekly News H. Weir, Editor •1.26 A TEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered u second-claw met- ier, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, (CLASSIFIED ) \MMMHW aMNMMHMai FOR SALE—1475 piano, more than half paid out. This piano is in vicinity of Winnsboro and can be bought for balance due. Write J. L. Miller, (riimer, Tex. .. . , .. _ . „ FOR SALE—Nice new h;nd- under the act of March 3,1879. |made qui,ts A,fio wi„ p;fcUi or quilt at reasonable price. Mrs. D. E. Minick, Cartwright; Win- nsboro, route 4. Advertising rates made known application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I F0K SALE—Pair of good mules m ,! four years old. See Chester # J Kountree at News Office. editorial sparks _ | WANTED—100 feet of clear The nuisance "tax but «n LX ZST Jwinnaltoro, Texas. __ , . . 'FOR SALE—Birds eye Maple lliese days the w;.ys ot the'j,a(j an(j library table. Mrs. A. T. transgressor is tarred.—Nashvil | j)jcjtey le Tennessean...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 23, iWl. th< ILE ;i\ jfflAn.i:. ' YING / dangerous HOURS" RggSKVTEI) AT IS INCE SPKCTACLF UMUSl THEATRE WITH MANY THRILLS u&iu b NfaW riCTuiitt UAH t iNE SsAtsk ur FLa 1 c.Rfcj up and Florence VI- in I'ig Drama j as Pre Queer's RM Effort ^"the theme for Whole BJock Hurned and iBig Buldings Bombed For Production Laliorers worked for weeks recently on the big Thomas H. *L 4 uil WIC IJIg J ^ drama the two Jnce motion picture lot con- gnd mysterious ele- jstructing a three stor/ brick ftvi«tpnpp- life al _ * ers, a photoplay Unstated surpasses the mental of all his I unforgettable "Civili , special in which [ers and Florence Vi- [P-sUrred in an all-star i been announced the •attraction at the Amusu [bKOnninp Monday. 26. , the foundation of the j there, Ince has built . nd surely with an un- rid though ful story sup- ginir and production, a j ca«t of talented play- fflawless direction, a dra teeptional merit. table contrast and tran iwbeen utilized ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 September 1921

10X WINNSBORO Y NEW? SEPTEMBER 23, lttl. w.j > ppv 11 El F;;il ra \l J0 ■:U COL ROOSEVELT'S WIFE DRIVES MULE IN COUNTY FAIR RACE ^ l< n o l ( v e I I " though her husband is assistant aecn-tary of Navy, did not find it beneath her dig* nity to drjvc an er- try in a mule race a' the DutcWll County Fair at fchinc liff. N Y., the othei' diy. Her rival wu Mr - J. C. Webb, another prominent • o < i i ' i woman, up behind the white mtilf " was a dead hi-at. Col, RoosevVlt is seen standing di- rectly across his ^ wife'a per<!sler, Happy." Interesting Statistics About King Cotton Father Saves Two But Tv.'o Drown (From Cotton Facts) Wichita Falls, Sept 20. Playing at the edge of the Wi- Tiic handbook of the cotton!chita River ,near Iowa Park, SCIENCE TO DWARF NIAGARA FALLS , B I HVWffi Cassis5■■■'■ The water pouring over Niagara Falls represents seven million horse power, and not one-tenth of it is used. The great electrical scientists are now planning a "superpower system" which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

' W .>• Business Getting Idea East Texas Fair Is Fine Display aphell's H g Five has orig- lomething new in the getting line, wh:ch is told „ in a half page ad in this I The store will select one [between now and the 24th Cnber ai id every person i makes a c; sh purchase on dected ria.v will be given juaUmoui of merchandise I surrender of tne cash sale I on December 24th. Of no one will know what fM'. ('amp'"II v\-ill select as free day until the after- I of December 24th, So it oves every customer of the to save the sales slip of by purchase made and be on jat the specified time. Read ! ari in this paper. HOMEMADE YARN J. W. Waid. route 2, was in one day the past week called at this office and ired us some home-made which looked l>etter than Tyler, Sept. 28.—The East Texas Fair's twefth annual ex- hibition was opened to the pub- lie Tuesday afternoon. It is es- timated that more than 5,000 persons entered the gates. The morning parade was witnessed by thousands. There are many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

■Hi it . W . ! f .-v(„ /^r 1 '"""' PEACH TREES 1 have ir -tock Elberta, Ear- ly Wheeler ru:d Slappy at $15.00 j per 100. Don't buy from agfen'.j. I v ill save you the j agents' com: cion. H. C. Hud- nall, Pittsburg, Texas. KID—MY—TISM Is a powerful Ar.t'septlc ana pain killer, cu 'o t Irfected cuts, old MtiVvi, teller, etc. Relieves Sprair.s, Kcura'jli, Rheumatism — u No W Onur- i.l a i Icalthy Child All chlldt-n i: "it'hU with Worms hiva ao un hralthy cu'•< w . . i..<M>.«taa i w.r litowl. ar.i ai a i*«a Moinat h dlaturhance. GENUINE WINNSRORO WEEKLY flEVS- SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. Wounds Are Fatal On^mendmenl To Mildred Han.ni Only Was Carried PICNIC AND FAIR DATES Texas State Fair, Dallas, Oct- ober M to 23. Northeast Te.\a3 T:t'r, Piita- hurg, Octotrer 25 to 30. New York, Sept. 25.—RJ | Mildred Hanan, Kandduui>!itcr Only one of the five consti- tutional amendments voted up- Phone 130- printing 666 quickly relieves < ^ Biiliouhness, Loss of . and Headaches, due to liver....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

Revi". a! - 1 At aurika WEEVIL KILLING machine invented 30, 1921. tVINNSBQRQ WEEKLY NEWh SEP! 5IHKR METHODIST CHURCH w WIST MEETING BY BANK CA8HIEk| Two K<>od congregations lant ™18 ?** « IT Weatherford, Sept. 25 un"^** ^ by moonshiners ap to revival ■ in the 1 i end ot • [•jugpices ' ch contii addition to the gasoline burning morning service ChU,Ch Ul6 , Ky., Sept. 25. A J jmach|ne invented by !P. E.I The choir was in fin#> trim 5r,ned "Won shiners es-; Ung m pro- Herbert, in this county, design-' « d gave up some very splendid v Tl!""1' at leH;5t 100 tent at theled for the destruction of the "usic. ' 8plem,Kl Saturday ra>ded a Baptist con- treet under 1)0,1 weevil, Jim P. Owens. >,*. Mr ^mn^n «?"""!! ln tl,<i mountains n the Methodist Wirouyh thi«i jsr.&'sfi. swtsi's ssrss «i ™«kvss:| . ception that h . s machine com. should come to th* Vw.m,' iibo ?!!' ' c°mmitted other vioi- Ith ,er hoi weevil Jim P. Owens, as- Mr.;. Campbell is wonderful at Kk i Vr.m°Untai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

11 I I 1 I ' I II jip,. I & yp** \ WINNSBORO WEEKLY JHfcWS SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. Wiansboro Weekly News R. W«ir, EdIUr $1.25 A YBARM ADVANCE. En tared u econd-claaa mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ■nder the act of March 8,1879. Diamond Brand shoes ar made of solid leather and sold under a "money back" warrant Of quality.—W. C. Dodgen Co. Peters Diamond Brand work shoes for men wear longer and the price is lower.—W. C. Dod- gen Co. . All school children should see Advertising ratea made known. "The Last of the Mohicans" at en application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY A sack of flour at the Queen Saturday. Millinery and ready-to-wear at prices that will surprise you. Visit our millinery and ready- to-wear depaitment. — W. C. Dodgen Co. Joe Smith and Will Wilis of Pittsburg were here Monday. the Amusu Theatre. There is $80,000 due in last years taxes to Upshur county, and consequently county war- rants are selling at only 80 cents, says the Gilmer Mirror...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW* ©, 1*21. Have You A Son? ^aa What vil ycu give him this Christmas? Why not ccount at the First I National Ilank? It is sure to please the boy. It is sure to do him good. II will help train him in habits of thrift and econ- only, In addition to other gifts this year for your Ii0v wh\ ')(>t a bank account. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas It is always nice and cool at the Amusu Theatre. Mr and Mrs. I. W. Rountree and Mrs. Claud*' Miller spent the week-end in Dallas. 14 pounds sugar for 1.00 at S. Q. Braden's. Judge Warren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tip R. An- iderson. I "Dangerous Hours" at the j Amusu Theatre Saturday. f has. Robinson, Tailoring. Beautiful paterns in new fall ginghams. W. C. Dodgen Co. "The La«t of the Mohicans," from that famous old book, at the Queen Saturday. Chas. Itobinson, Tailoring. Men and boys clothing at less than "sale prices."—W. C. Dod- gen Co. Gravel haulers get your sup- plies at Gist & Sons. Wagons, harness, collar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

r il i:| I <p ■'I! B9 4i ; * v S ♦ • y (j ■ 1S^ ^>r-nV — WINNSBORO WEEKLY N0WS rEPTEMTTER 30, I Ml. Claims Police NEFF Peddle Liquor * PLEDGES STATE |i . 1. Ill AID TO LE(iIONAIRES AflfS AlC Ail The Weevils IV Kirs. ALICS DAVIS DIES VELY SUDDENLY <'zr Chicftgo, Sept. 26.—Dismissal of Chicago policemen in whole- sales lota was presaged ;n offi-; cial circles today in connection with the federal investigation of violations of the prohibition laws. C Following annonucement Sat- urday by Chief of Police Fitz- n.oiris that he iH'l:eved half the police force of five thou- s« nd men may be involved in liquor law violations, Cnarles F. Cline, United States district attorney, promised his co-opera- tion to Fitzmorris, and today was to furnish a list of all of- ficers who have fallen under federal investigation in connec- tion with whiskey running and bootlegging. Chief Fitzmorris has announ- ced his intention of dismissing every man implicated in liquor deals, and claims he has a li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

a WINNSBORO WKEKLY NEWS IBER 30, 1921. 'is. It is a Paramount Artcraft w^tlTuldrTnlni!-'^ ,,acl(ground « two days run gling w\th the man. Tne i>urn production. delights the eve y alway8 "I Am Guilty" is a thrilling proves her undoing when Gar- lK!n„ Orr I Frank Mayo has never mystery story of a somewhat rick i* killed supposedly by Con- W. INCE PRODUCTION ff-t type It was written Z s,rik-susfiii 5$SMsarins! ■ : a^. flCBMAN JN BIG NEW aL the Amusu Theatre wiil loarn |{B "J U K STRAW" ~*t WMk when "John Pet™. ! *" I paramour -m Him \s Waiter h[,d Nobleman Too coats," the star's latent "releaesa t,, !!lon';,s lnce has returned SUlMiPviaAW k„ 'ra . ,ss to the Last Fight according: to rumors, is soon to Erected hy Jack marry Charlie Chaplin. Others photographed by iM J iM Charles oo an brings the talents of iUfss ®* Glaum, Mahlon Hamilton, her 1 II y suuervigori — "• the moodof hi. ™V n iK wel1 *e,ected <^t are Stumar. one of the most artistic S man and ® Mickov ,1 Artcraft Film . ...

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