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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 September 1921

Ft -f' : HVU -V 1 / "■ rf'i I . mm * m ' . i WINNBPORO / j \ More New Dresses Just Received Details of dress must be chosen with place ill fashion is most important. care for their Quality Without Extravagence Beautiful Crepe de Chine Dresses, big assortment to se- lect from, all the wanted colors, beaut:fully trimmed in heads and silk fringe in contrasting colors. One nice assortment, suprisingly low priced $14.85 One lot in all wanted colors and styles, only $17.50 One lot of the better kind specially pr'ced $19.75 One beautiful assortment handsomely trimmed ind extra woll made $24.75 Home of the Hoover Sweeter Berfiin^ Brok. 1 c 0 H P A N ZZ7 Home of the Hoover Sweeper NEWS SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. EfCUSSIflED: I That New Nachins Was is tested by experts? Insurance men who know your business can tell you results of research. INVESTIGATE—-Then Insure The Hartford Fire Insurant • Company is prepared to save you from unnecessary tlpeii-e through its fire prevention service, and special l...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

go 7 Ui /% - --r" € WW* ---■ "** - * IN f ' )£ W\&L / tv0 Htfcflilg §111 N«> '■ less and Isence Retard School Work }Vonder if our patrons to what extent absence ^diness on the part of pu- fterefere with the pupil's If a pupil is present ev- ' iy for twenty days each and makes a perfect (on his work each day, his , at the end of the month i b* 100 per cent. Now if uld be absenet one day, . I !■■■ I Clubs m. *1 The S. 0. C. K.'s met at the home of Elsie Porter Friday night. Two more were initiated After the initiation delcious refreshments were served. Ev- eryone spent a most enjoyable time and we adjourned to meet Friday night next week.—Re- porter. Rf hoboth Bap- tist Association TEX VS OCTOBER 7, 1921. Meeting of the The sixty-sixth session of the Uehoboth Baptist Association was held with the i\rst Baptist Church of Winnsboro last week. I The Ladies of the W. M. U. The Girls Bicycle Club went n the Primary Department on a very enjoyable art Ou/ • 'J!™ ^urch. Ttie nieet- pic...

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

'Wfc' WINNSI NEWS SEPTEMBER 30, lfll. iff ■ ® Bl fi I "i* frpr WIN^BORO I *)Wf fff PEACH TREES 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- nail. Pittsburg, Texas. 0— RlIB—MY—TISM In a powerful Ant'septlc ana pain killer, cure.* infected cuts, old sores, tetter, etc. Relieve* Sprains, Neura.^ia, Rheumatism Winnsboro Hi DJeats Gilmer T NEWS OCTOBER 7, 1*21. | THIS GROWER OF MELONS DOESNT TRY TO SELL EM Coleman, Oct. 2.—Although he is one of the largest water- | melon growers in Texas, II. A. Halitert, doesn't sell any of his Win.isboro Hi went to G'lmer cr0p. Instead he gives a "cut- Friday and defented Gilmer Hi ting" to wh'ch all the young Ku Klux Parade In Mineola PICNIC AND FAIR DATES Texas State Fair, Dallas, Oct- ober 8 to 23. Northeast Texas Fair, Pitts- burg, October 25 to 80. No Wo I'm;! Ill a Hc«lt by Child All ehlMrr* t-ut/utod with Y/vtmi b« « an uo I rakbyculor 1 xlkatct p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

tafft is swo >n in as chief jtstlce of highest court NEWS burn over fields to kill weevil81 CnJURY TO PXoBE SHERMAN PARKING .. _ ni fflail> — -harge' Washington, Oct. 8,-Without' ?*" 8— -tiirate the tarring and ceremony William Howard T ift th, ? con<*>ted action among ?„/ heiv S,pt. 20. of i formerly President o*the tlnf' ^ . i ™'? *nd eolto ™ «* l Ziwtler. former hotel ted Suites thta XrnZi i-" ?i .T"' C"unty "> et rid of « weU * llw ecUviUee m,. Chief Jurtic* of the Uni- ext*w'T'b TlLki°dred P" fatniul co"."'* led States Supreme Court X ZL. „ ,1' 0peratm8 resumes to take into The oath of office was ad n L, V he nver near J hantis the administra- \ ministered by Assoc'ate Justice , iT18 h®v,nsr'the land cIea bjustuv. , delivered to- McKenna at the opening of the andTalk of^'oft™ *****' J"- K an rdinary grand Fall session of the court. Chief 1 e1. and'a)ft HttZ, C® E Judge Silaa Hare. ! Justice Taft listened while the'Kid d,tches are fetyis to ,Wh" rtyad"iaw!ll e"P""...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

ji!M- r,-m ' _ I !' ' , - i """ > U Iv.W f i ' .: % Ef til a Bm- 81 [ir I ■ I I I o w, W1NN8PORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 30, ttll. "WINNSSORO WEEKLr (TBWV OOTOflKrj 7 T^ir "/- 11 aqt niomnawt bar DUL F-,rm near1 Churches — Don't forgot your old friend (Jet « nice high grade boggy What About under* " j ;i.i" Hart at the Queen Sat- und set or harness at Campbell's iery, ghees 8we;it*, Tr1 urday. We start at 12:80 ..ow. B g Five at their new low price. Cool v. outlier is "here and of Diamond Brand shoes are crc 'se cold weather is coming made of solid leather and sold i ;id your heater needs can ue under a "money back" warrant supplied by Campbell's Big Five of quality.—W. C. Dodgen C«. METHODIST CHl'RCH Ke\. W. C. Howe.1, Pastoi i William S- Hart at Queen A sack of flour at the Queen Saturday. (Saturday 2:30 p. m. Peters t "Black Diamond" Shoes fill well the demand for family footwear for all 'round Use, "Black Diamonds" art strongly built—made of solid leather throughout—solid leath...

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

ar, etc. I(nv ,nt at I kurday I (3 tht for |aml rel It so very I the ico- ane, ladtf leal I lied fer 5 XT'.' >y* "WmflSBHR wiflftttV <>HKK 7, 1921. WE WANT CHILDREN hen you • to the First Natonal Hank why not Ikinff th * cli ■ tiron a.ong with you? Let us get ac(|uaint Lwith thi> !:• folks. If you want your son or dau- ||ttrr to become a good church member you send them |iSunda> >' week after week. If you want them to 01W successful business men and women able to .wiiHge their own affairs when they grow up—why ! let them l>eoome familiar with a Hank? Bring them ■l (lie First National Bank. Better still, start for each Lf them ;i Miia!! Bank Account with us, [First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas "SERV1CE".-That's Our Middle Name —— I ■ i Full Line of Accessories and Kelly Springfield Tires Free Air Free Water f* L,i If You Intend to Build A new home, or repair and paint your old one, it will pay you to see SCROGGLN K DIM MMOND for your material. Prices ripht. (i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

ill1 NB 4 i i" ■ A> *' Lf WINNSPORO A NEWS SEPTEMBER 30. 1 21. WINNSHOltO WEEKLY NEWS OiCfOfifl* f 1911. I ■ Asm niamMul buu w near I Rate Reducers Hold Meeting and vegetables and during the putt serevai years there has 'been a concerted effort on the part of the organ nations ot business men, farmers and rail- road representatives to foster the production of these com- modities in lieu of corn and cotton and this promot:on work I WIDE TIFE WAGONf Buy one from Geo. Hurdle and mfi!:"1 w.ne monev hauling frnvel. Work will soon begin < n road from Winnsboro to Quitman. 0 IN NO OTHER Cstarrhil Deafness Cannot Be Cured b> local appllcatlona, aa tliey cannot rncli the dlaeaaeu portion of the ear. There ta I only one way to cure cnlarrhal dcufnine, Snd that la by a conetltutlonal remedy, i I t'atarrhal Deafnexa la tumo.l by an In- | flu moil condition of tile inucoua Itntiic of the Euatarblnn Tub#. When tlila tube la Inflamed you have a rumbMiifc aouml or lm- | perfect hoarliiK, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

n. // 1* fk If Y , . ■■ winNSBORO wkevlt rams o^ttorkr j ■«■ ^ ■■' enation of interesting and thril-J waa shot upon a crowded thor-' ing events during which Bos- J oughfare jn New York by a man worth has ample opportunity to suffered the hallucination reveal his emotional as well aa S'V* written up physical qualites in combat with ®"f "nfavo4ruablf manner in strong men in a rmnrh , d ®„ t "uthor 8 novels. Mr. rhillips had never seen his ad- versary and could attach no mo- r:"—"■ w in wimmi wun .m. _/ . , ,— - , (ilSH'S NKW between manager and player ^ro,!tr men in rough country, phh. 1 tL" 8 n°V<fr MJ WAS TfnLUAN r, " ,fT?'y ""ril 0nly. by S versary and could attach no ml BY SISTER LILLIAN the type of star exemplified by labor and regeneration 'be W i** U> Jl,e tnme- At the timc ~ . t . i, ,IobHrt Bosworth and the type1 the woman he reallv has alwav* wa8 considered one professional baseball 0f managerial genius of the so-1 ,oved- He thinks he has her m°?t Promis nK of the et a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 October 1921

m "m. f *■ * ■ t i4i If &T NEWS OCTOBER 7, 1*21. W1NN8POKO WINNSBQRO NEWS SEPTEMBB* 30, lftl. 11 naT -ni«nuw <l bar nin. WO*) TO TRADE—-Farm ne&r wj r y/"mL WMmmmmmmmmA A Very Large Stock of Millinery to Choose FronJ This week has been a busy one.. rlhe finer Pattern Hats sold at very little profit. Tailore and Trimmed Hatb $2 50 ar.dup. It is the volume ci fcusir (ss in m this department thai, means profit to uf. Hats well borght aie half sold. We buy right. New stocks will arrive again Thursday and Friday to be h>!c1 quickly at very special prices. See them. Three ladies busy. Ther's a reason. Millinery Department "THE ENTERPRISE" MRS In Charge | 'iwmm. a MILLINERY HALE WinnsbiTo Weekly News Hom*r H. Weir, Editor ! Hats priced at $7.50, $8.50, —-- — —$9.95, Saturday only $5.00.—W. try A iV ADVANCE.- c. Dodgen Co. CLASSIFIED William S. Hart at Queen Saturday. Entered aa second-class mat- ,, .... . ,, a l . 4 .. You should have no trouble ter, September 24, 1909, at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

I 1 /3 / inw$hjara . ......V ' . that! rive) Feel fiEY XIII NO. 7. ro Pays ]sua! Penalty Wyoming Deputy Dies In "Moonshine" Fight MSB Sheridan, Wyo., Oct. 8.—W. S. McPheeron, deputy sheriff of a Sheridan County, is dead and iJje McNealy, a l.l-year-old two aliened runners of rum are was burned by a mot) of ,n a |oca| hospital suffering W1NN8BOKO. WOOD COLNTV, TBXAS OCTOUEH 14 1921. A Profitable |Two Texans S|ain ln 'Parent-Teacher Investment .. _ Flgfct Association 91.25 PER YEAR Mexico, City, Oct. 8.—Two Texans named Baez, owners of Cotton Ginned In Wood County, 1921 Quitman, Oct. 11.—There were 2,629 hales of cotton g n- With cream sell ng in Winna- livery stable at Tampico, have Sing-Song—Led hy W. Y. WeJe- «. , , cotton K boro for 82 cents cash it seems '>e«n killed in a knife duel with Pond 1 in. ^J'V county from the fourteen miles east of fj„ht jagt niirht between nnLu mu,t Jf mort of the farmers'patch today from Tempico. Coats. io7', Vnnu^T & i*ht. H.. ... rar th,s P'«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

■pi K BL - $ ■* ?' i i H I m -< WINNSBORO WWKLY NEW8 OCTOBER 14, 1*21. , CARDUI HELPED jk Hating The REGAIN STRENGTH Lady Wm Sick For Htm Year*, Suffering Paim, Wart— and De pre ned Read Her Own Story of Rcmtctj. Pttef Hock. Ala.—Mm. C. M. Pi tur hirn, ; econtly related the tol- towing Interesting account of her ro- uorery: "I was In a weakened con- dition. I w«i tick three years in bed. •offering a p-eat deal of pain, weak, miyoub, depreaaed. I waa ao weak, I eouMn't v alk across the floor; Juet had to Uy ttnd my little onea do the work. I wak almost dead. I tried •very thins 1 heard of, and a number of doctor*. 8U11 1 didn't get any relief. I couldn't eat, and alept poorly. I believe If I hadn't neard of and taken Cardal I woul<\ have died. 1 bought •tx bottles, after a neighbor told me •what It did for her. "I began to eat and sleep, bogan to «ala my strength and am now Tell K. I h l Cotton Seed and strong. I haven't had any trou- ble since ... I mre can testify to the rood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

Raymond Palmer & Company ' M. ■>! ai Ammltmrn Cimpi amJ 0,w, 7 LI C.oad Street New York OrJii* olicli«d for Purchwe 6f Sale of COTTON t„r Future Dolivery in odd or ROUND LOTS ia unit* of 10 BALES upward StnJ I'' Iliooklet T-1J - Facts About Cotton Trading $ WHAT IS A WATCH? Ho\\ few among the many who own and carry watch 1 cj ever stop to ask themselves this question, or to | thintf that it is the smallest, most delicate piece of machinery ever construced, and yet it is expected to indicate the correct time at any and all times during the day or night for a period of at least one year, with ! out beinjr cleaned or oiled. Is depended on for nearly every actum of our lives. Is expected to l>e so perfectly I regulated in its habits, no matter haw irregular we [may be in ours, that it must indicate, almost to the very second, the t me for all our most important en- : garments, and must not vary a minute a day with- I nut calling down on its poor defenseless ' head our. f stron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

1 ill V WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCTOBEP 14 ' — 1921. Well Known Aviator to Give Exhibition and Free Ride Churches INSURANCE OF EVERY KIKD I METHODIST CHURCH Rev. W. C. Howell, Pa tc. Suuuay school at 9:45., R. J* WHEN Turner, Supt. , I CONDITIONS Rev. J. P. Luton, presiding CHANGE elder of the Sulphur Spinas your insurance needs change District will preach next Sunday a,H0, A man wh(J knoWK you|. meaning at 11:00 a. m. bUHin(?s8 CHn antj tell The Fourth Quarterly 1,11 1 you ijOW to ^ Het.ulei ence will l>e held in the aiur- INVESTIGATE—then insure noon. 1 lie hour of meetinn u • Don't ignore the fire be announced at the momig ser- vice. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. ' Every Leaguer is expected to l>e I present. Preaching at 7:30 by the pas- tor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W. Y. Pond, Pastor Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. The pastor will preach at 11:00 a. m. subject: "A Moun- tain Top Experience." Sunbeams at 2:80 p. m. Senior and Junior B. Y. P. U. ifK;'K ' at 6:30 p. m. Lt. Bob Dawso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

t1 WINNSBORO onui!i u V the |ve add An Investment That Is Firm ■ • you wa it an Investment that does not flunctuate |_an investment always and ever worth 100 cents on jthe dollai. When you invest your money in an Ac- Lunt at the first National Bank you have an invest- Leiit that NEVER depreciates in value. ! First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Clubs If You Intend to Build A new home, «r repair and paint your old one, it will pmy you to see SCROGGIN ft DRUMMOND for your material Prices right. Give as a chance at your bill. % Scroggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN EDELWEISS CLUE The Edelweiss Club met lust week with their all day dinner party with Mrs. Dr. Brook. A five course dinner was served to their husbunds.—Reporter. 0 WEDNESDAY CLUB Tiie Wednesday Club hud their regular first meeting |of 'the new Club year in the beautiful new home of Mrs. J. N. An- derson. Responses to roll call were 'How I spent my vacation.'" After a short business session the addresses of both ret...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

mm* 1 1-' m J Seven Thousand Mill- ion Dollars Behind the Coming Boon (Sugarman's Indicator) With money ea&:er all over the country, and bankers once more beginning to cooperate w;th business men and extend- • ing credit, many investors ai« curious to know exactly how rich the country is in "frozen cat-h." There has been much * om- plaint that a large share of the hiud times we have suffered who due to the bankers unwil- lingness to go behind business with loans and credit. That is true, but it is also true that much of the business activities entailing from the post-war boom was of such an unsubstan- tial and undersirable character that banking supports was out of the question. We have had quite a spell of business failures as a result. In other words the unstaple ana badly managed business enter- prises, have been shaken out, and there is left a res due of sound business, sterilized in the school of hard knocks which is now beginning to receive the attention of the bankers. - ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

Reduction 1922 Cotton •eta the example and begin* n campaign for diversified farm- ing, for independence of chara- cter and the upbuilding 0f its homes. —Dallas News. WORRYING 'ABOUT IT rtri?5 ";ri: nn i3 "r,3? '• n<*l«d wlih || " A'k your drunlat. Be xure to net (), srnulno. JimiIn tOc. Jno. Srhaap A Son* _ Drua Co., Fort Sr.ilth. Ark. tan Adams, enairman of The hardest work you ever do lited Campaign for Bet- Is worrying about it; ficultunil. said Mjrwrdinjj What makes an hour resemble ton situation and diver- two I fuming: ' Is worrying about it; , undertaking u campaign The times goes mighty slow (versified farming it must when jrstood that the bankers ^fou sit and sigh and sigh again jiness men contributing And think of work ahead, and campaign realize that then ^not experts on fanning Keep worrying over it. do believe, however that Just buckle up and buckle in; know something of the Quit worrying about it. needs and the world's By work, not worry, you will Conrl lion at thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 October 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWh OCTOBER II, 1921. Si t Ills I ■ The Enterprise's OCTOBER SALE PRICES Buy Before It Is Too Late cm Heavy 240 Denim stripped overalls selling for $1.50, our November Sale pciee 98c $12.50 to $15 all wool serge dresses late fall styles $9.50 $1.75 Men's heavy grey sweat ers, sale price 98c $3.00, 6<>xK0 dauble blankets big values selling fast $1.08 $3.75 Lades good every day shoes .specially priced $2.95 $5.00 Ladies and M:sses hats just opened at the sale prise of only $3.75 Millinerv ; Your hat must be something clever and right to the minute, 1'ne pr.ce irujt be right too. Allow our Mr V * /hatley to prove we have the hat for you. If we have not we can make it Three ladies busy. Ladies hats $2.00 to $20.00 Wonderful values at $3.75, $5 $(5.75 and $8.75 for this week. We are glad to sell you trim- mings or retrim your hat. SHOES A small stock but good sellers in the lower and popular prices. Hamilton Brown, you know them. Sold at very low profit. See our l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

M.™ Wb y x 4 JT fr*m w ir itmsboro XIII, NO. 8. 7s SENT U. s. ENVOY today in the house of T. Herrick, the Ameri- 120,000,000 OIL SUIT IN SAN ANTONIO San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 17. WINNSBORO, WOOD 'CUT IN FREIGHT I RATE COMING —Suit for aborit 120 000 ^'/ ; W&ahin8ton- Oct. 18.—The The club boys of Wood Coun- - r a,K)Ul f«MWU,000t impression was given in Ad- __ __ Pittsbnrg, Po„ Oct. 17.—The Vernon, exas, "ILmks idor seriously in- brought by Edward Ro^weaT- 3SnWaLPrtm '"tJJfj ty won th® banner that was bootlegger and the Bolshevik Knights of the Ku Klux Klan KTvalet wh7 opened, York oil operator, ag- STafSght .Xtion w^n- off,red by the Fai« A- ™ the same clasa, accord- the first evidence of their ' 1 containing it. {wnst the lexas Company der consideration. There was no Wood County had 12 ing to Prohibition Commissioner ^£a*nc'' ''L..Yw"l0" fz r5S*ihi*£h5V*3.5 rr* 10 mdirhow V a- 1 ftsu s, xr CnT.ii? „ occurred was wrecks.1 Court. After preliminary dis- mlghtW^uJTed^ut th« '«*<"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

lei * I h ■ j ■ I Bt€ it} i H 1 I|! 1 &, i. i i* >< u art ttckly, run-down, to bad l.ceHh. >'ju haven't • chance. you ' in H«t> aside for the strong and DisOinv. Ate >u allowing Ill-health to stand between you nd sucees* Von don't count ir you are not pliyal- • ally nt — you roust have reserve *' rengtb — r'PUNCIl" — vitality, to wui Ufa's battle*. ADMIRINE "The Body Builder" Make* a diTerer.t person out of you -give* yuii tiie needed itnercy— •treagtb— vim—am) health, to accont- I'UmU the tr' < life tliat lead<< to happine*^ an-' w.ultb. THE Final proof OF MERIT ir Aditil'lnn r*i| to Rive you onttre -atisfaetlon, < '! on your dealer a i<i lie wt:t n •utii jn,ur rrwioy without lut'stiou, k^Uavit cr ii :lay. ■Unufaotuftd only by EUCALINE MEDICINE CO. Dallas, Teiaa ACTS OBTAINED FOR STATE FAIR Ten Feature Offerings Booked For Entertainment at 1921 Exposition. CoffeyviHe, Kan., Oct. 17.— Evidences o* a roadside tragedy vere d scovtred last m*i « tn. e ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

4 y?' HOT WOfiTH & WW?* -time Quality, Sh le Leadership and Prices based new low costs of production—that's the trio that I ikes our Ready-to-Wear Floor so popular. my new Suits, Dresses and Coats have been added | this department the last few days at very attrac- /e prices. w Kn.'l (*;*«« I if* -i ■ i Suits Hijf assortment Ladies' Suits of Tricotine, Scrjje and Twill Cords fur trimmed, beaded and em- broidered ; attractive juices— $19.75 • $34.75 Dresses Wool Dresses and Poiret Twills, tricotine and Serge, beautiful material, handsomely made and trimmed in beads, embroidery and braids, at preasing prices to every buyer.— $14.85 $19.75 *24.75 ]• PREMIUMS f fRE GREAT PiliLTRY SHOW Mammoth Poultry Show Is A* | nured—Competition Will B* Open to the World. With several hundred dollars added to the premium allowance, the total this year being approximately 3,«00 the Poultry Show at tho I xm I Hlat>u Slate Pair. October 27 to Novembei <1. Ih going to prove unusually pop ul&r...

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