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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

W1NNSBORO If • > ' " *: If f I i I m ti i if WE DO FIRST CLA88 Furniture R EPAIRING EMODELING EFINISHING EUPHOUL8TERING We aim build wall cabinets for the kitchen. Bool, cases built-in-cabinets and do interior finishing. We make the "SENG-EQUIP" Sanitary wood be steads the very latest design and they are cheaper than the iron beds, and looks 100 per cent better. We can furnish you all kinds and colors of Stains, varnishes, paints and will tell you how to useithem to get the best results. Cabinet, Hardware and all shapes of French Mirrors. Our prices arc right and if you anticipate buying any of the above it will pay you to investigate. Westbrook & Son PHONE 17 FREE DELIVERY WE ALSO REPAIR PHONOGRAPHS Every Woman Knows what is good for her and even the wee, small women who are still in short dresses appreciate the cooling comfort of a dish of delicious Ice Cream. We Mur |own so we can always | guarantee its perfect purity and wholesomeness. It is in all flavors, and is the hea...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

—- WINWgBORQ WEEKLY NEW S <*,*. 1(1 You Can Do This you have :he right to call at the First Nutoinal ttt any time and see any of our officers about any f your ai fails, Perhaps you lu'tid some advice as to your or Estate—perhaps aa to an investment—perhaps as lie purchae of Real Estate We are a Home Bank fam- . with Home (jonditiona and our experience nd services .freely placed at your command. Whatever you sav to is strictly confidential. We have helped many people good, plain advice—perhaps we may be able to help inielj First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Churches 8. 0. METHODIST CHURCH Next Sunday is the laat of The S. 0. C. K. S. met at the i the conlerence year. At this home of Marie Williams Friday tune a report will be made of night. Three were iniated. We the work of the year and every had lunch and then delicious re- member of the church is earn- estly requested to be present. Sunday School at 9:46, R. J. Mrs. Williams for a delightful rurner, Supt. , jtime. We decided ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

WINN8B0R0 Oc'i I'M I ' r f Wk " 11 •H iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1! 1 NORTHEAST TEXAS FAIRIH^I PITTSBURG, TEXAS, OCTOBER 25 TO OCTOBER 30, 1921 — 11 1 11 Wonderful Display of Live Stock and Agricultural Products SECOND LARGEST FAIR IN TEXAS 25 CENTS ADMISSION 25 CENTS 6-Six Big Free Attractions Will Furnish Amusements for All—6 The ALASKA DUO Positively and obviously the greatest novelty numlier ever presented anywhere or at any time in the history of Outdoor Amusements < Ice Skating Under the Burning Sun Howard's Animals The world's most wonderful trained ponies and dogs. Anim- als that actually' think and rea- son. An exhibition of human pa- tience and animai intelligence that has never been approached. FISHER SISTERS A dashing display of aerial of Cool Heads, Strong Limbs and Stout Hearts. • Venus nd Diana in the llesh; two charming girls, faultlessly formed and radiantly beautiful, demostrate a se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

b Tired Three Dead in Dallas Hotel Fire WEEKLY'PfE*^ ( —■!■ Id — wf k and run-down," Mri. Eula Burnett, of Ci, "I was thin and ffcH tired, all the time, rest well. I waan't hungry. I I"10*. I needed a tonle, and Rjrt!s none bet'.rr than— GIG GLADWAY PROGRAM HAS BEEN PROMISED n. —* ' v* Dallas, Oct. 17.—Three per- sona are dead and seven others are in a serious condition at a. local hosptal as a result of I a fire which trapped more than! w°rtham Com nny Engaged to thirty sleeping roomers in their Entertain Visito beds at Mrs. Mary J. Kincaid's' rooming house, 112 Bryan St.,J n?° c ^ Monday morning. The dead: ' ' • t • 4 - • ~ wwvavnuMlJ IkilWMHtfWIIfadJBaHUa , t * ' • • ' , •, r ■ > Our O'd Customers >r at Lou- isiana State Fair. . , ^Mrs. Lola Montgomery, about j 4,) years old, a waitress em- '• inclusive, j ployed at tho Belmont Cafe cn Pr warn I South Ervay Street. *' T*"* pr,T,|W of enjoying a splen- lid va.lety of Oladway attractions will tin a veil rl.il,,., ... .. ,V fS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 October 1921

( . ;Hr ? • i i • Bill ■ i% if J II'; h ■■ mi. Weekly News It. Weir, Kditot 11.26 A YEAT: TN AD V~A NCI tlll.il uU it* aeCOIIO-clMIMI IIMK tar, Sopter. bvi- 21, 1901), mi tli poctol lice at Winnaboto, Texiu- ir the act of March 5.187H Advertising tute* made knowi tn anulicHtion. PUBLISH KL J-:VKUY FRIDA* CLASSIFIED , FOR SALr—Pure bred big bone White Leghorn roosters, $1.00 each. B. L. Dnvis. FOR SALE—Residence and half acre lot on Postoak street. In one of the best neighborhoods in Winnsboro. A bargain if sold at once. See John W. Brown at Stokes Barber Shop. STRAYED—From pasture at Merrimac last April, one black mare mule, 2 1-2 years old, wart on stifle joint. Will pay $10 for locating mule. Notify Will D. Suiter, Winnsboro, Texas. FOR SALE-—House and two lott wide iiont, in west part of town Tris place is on the market ai a very cheap price for a limitec time. Part cash, good terms or balance. W. M. Watk'ns. FOR SALE—Green ^omatoes at 25c per peck. Phcne Mrs. C. A. Bellomy. FOR ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

3£jCtX1& I jDI—NO ran Bandits Get Gems Worth $60,000 And Automobile Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 26.— Oct. 26.—The fifty- Jewelry said to be valued at d session of the.N(|th $60,000 and an automobile in Conference, Meethod- which Sam Hurwitz, salesman, vpal Church, South was was conveying it from one re- opened here today by tail jeweler's establishment for W. N. Ainsv/orth, of exhibition purposes, were stolen (j8.( with indications here today after Hurwitz hud business would not be stepped out of it at Sixty-first before Sunday night, land oneta avenue. of the committees will | 0 r reports Thursday, it ( To The Ladies of Winnsboro The appointments for Mrs. Merrel, the well known toilet goods specialist, will give r. free massage in your WlNNMORO. wood COUKiy, TKXAS OCTOBER 28, Big Celebration E*"'Jone! *Son' Secure Agency Armistice Day, ^or Dry Battery j Jones A Son have secured the All stores and business hous-'local agency tor the Adco dry 1921. year will probably not unced until...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

. 41 i ■ SHr R s SI lit-! I . I' i I I I WINNSBORO 1 " *' ' m CLY NEWS OCTOBER 28, 1921. Soil Improvement to be with us on November 15, und take part in the program for the day. Campaign Started radium lost from BODY OF PATIENT Fruit and Berreis * - ~ \ In t |>eaki.ig of isc so I im pro.wV.icnt campaign being plan- ned for this county on Novepi- Ixm- 15th, County Agent B U Uav iiaya ilut unleaa we can l>eii.n *"> plan now to increase the average acre yields of our crop nu t..«x by lower the piroduc. on costs as well as in- crease profits to the farmer that farni'v, as a business of- fers li* 1 i ">i the future. He rryr. '.hat the soils of this coun^ be made to produce larger cron. On the 16th of November he is going to have n laip1 ' -r "f farms where different kinds of soil are found and have the important phases of handling these soils discus- sed by practical men. In this connection he says that he will have soil and crop authorities here from the Texas A. & M. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

W--U vv 1NNSB0R0 WKEKLY NEWS OCTOBER 28, 1921. That New Suit Let Us Order It We represent the famous H. M. MARKS & CO. the oldest and most reliable wholesale tailors in the world. OUR SERVICE Oui Cleaning and I'rvssinK Service is the most satisfactory and reliable to be found. PHONE 287 Wade Weatherdy SBWS5"- School Notice To Trustees-Teachers musu Theatre PROGRAM Monday, October 31st Marguerit Clark in "EASY TO GET" Also 10th Episode "Lost City" Tuesday, November 1st Louise Glaum and Charles Ray in "THE WEAKER SEX" * Also Fox News Wednesday, November 2nd Charles Ray in "WHEN HOMER COMES HOME" Also Harold Lloyd Comedy EE Thursday, November 3rd lit turn Engagement of Wallace Reid in "DOUBLE SPEED" Also Fox News ' 1 =£ Friday, November 4th "WHEN BEARCAT WENT DRY" 'Snuh i'oilard Comedy — 5th Episode White Hoseman _== Saturday, November 5th Dorothy Gish in "ATTA BOY'S LAST RACE" Also Mack Sennett Comedy FOR SALE The .State Superintendent says: "The tuxes for the ex- penses of the se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

LY NEWS OCTOBER 28, 1921. — m. i i: < i i, 1 . #i; 1 ;■ L%1 ! • m Lift SALE (CLASSIFIED Thursday - Friday - Saturday November 3-4-5 We will have a greater variety of and more goods for this sale than we have ever had. Greatest and only opportunity you will have of purchasing Onieda Community Silver at One-Half Price. Guaranteed 20 years. 1000 pounds Celebrated Opeka Coffee, 1 lb. for 39c, 2 lbs. 40c. 500 pounds Cascade Linen writ- ing paper, 1 lb. for 50c, 2 lbs. 51c. Envelopes to match, 15c pkg., 2 for 16c. 50 doz. Good Form Hair Nets, 15c, 2 for 16c. Rubber Goods, Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Nipples, etc. Lots of Rexall Remedies in this Sale. 1 Denney Drug Co. LOST—One settler bitch, *> months old, color or*ng< and , white with orange spots cover- i in? right ear and eye. Liberal I revr.H for return of same to I I'aul Hell at Perkins Pros. J LOST—Female bird dog about 10 months old, red and white spotted. Notify W. A. Rodger a FOR RENT—Furnished room Phone 116. FOR SALE—...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NK OOTQHKH M, W l. thai You Can Do This You have the right to call at the First Natoinal Bank at any Hmj 866 any of our officers alxiut any 0f your affairs. 1 erhaps you need some advice as to your Will or Kstate—perhaps as to an investment—perhaps as i. <iw, tniirliae of Kt'ttl Estutc Wp uro a Hnma Dn«i. * b. y. p. il Will or —kcihc i« a w nn investment—perhaps as to the purchae of Real Estate We are a Home Bank, fam- iliar with Home conditions and our experience nd services are freely placed at your command. Whatever you say to us is strictly confidential. We have helped many people by good, plain advice—perhaps we may be able to help i°u- '-IHA JNLI1# First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas If You Intend to Build A new home, or repair and paint your old one, it will pay you to see SCROGGIN & DRUMMOND for your material. Prices right. Give us a chance at your bill. Scroggin & Drummond located north GALT BARN Wionsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor a yic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

WINNSBORO OCTOBER 28, 1921. 1 ■ '■"■ FREE TITTION "7s v K2 m flm % I . n% ik? i GROCERIES I have bought the Corley & Douglas stock of Groceries and will continue the business at the old stand next door to Denney Ding Store. Have added a new stock of fresh groceries and will endeavor at all times to carry a complete line of everything gocd to eat. The score ha* been re-arranged, everything neat, clean and sanitary. I). P. Douglas is with me as salesman and will appreciate former as well as new ones coining to see us. J. Lawrence Taylor WILL BUY YOUR BUTTER, CHICKENS AND E(iGS WE DO FIRST CLASS Furniture R EPA I RING EMODELING EFINISH1N0 EUPHOULSTERING We also burld wall cabinets for the kitchen, Hook cases built-in-cabinets and do interior finishing. We make the "SENG-EQUIP" Sanitary wood bed- steads the very latest design and they are cheaper than the iron beds, and looks 100 per cent better. We can furnish you all kinds and colors of Stains, varnishes, paint* and will tell you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

it's toasted, of course. To seal the flavor Amusu Books Latest Picture pen ae. J*1® chttr" / er* of the picture ' are thone hardy mountaineers i ol ewteni Kentucky who, from time to time immemorial, have shown slight regard for man- .iude iaw . 1 hey are the des- U1 er jmii in Dallas and^whluTthereWhe mr°le* °u Vil>inia through the 1 booked a number of pictures ?«? 1, t? tl?at Stute and for this theatre here i*ntUtky- Thfou*ht the trem the pictures hooded are gome1 "BtoTr maS f"J „8?t0#d the of the very latest pictures ^1^1 State" They made filmed and which have been'fni.nHa It ?* "" empire to ^ run in large cities at from ^ 8r,ves tw U8 iUld to $2.50 pS"Si He 1 ZVtlhal Mlow' ' that the price nj film* is not countt,rP rt for ^"1 ONJQHT— Tomorrow Alright " .h *f£"yluthi"**"*• Thrni rm, Far Uvtr DJs" 1 JI ■netMM, e j 't is of such kind that inen er hefnrr. and women that "When Bear- toMbvW SS-SM Went Dry" ha„ to do. and coming down but that they an making better pictures than ev- o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 October 1921

V ' #IN ii r r J i NKWs OCTOBER M, 1W1. •utt. imimmmmmmam—- i ■ i • - ' ' ' ' ^ iBiiitniiiiiiHHnnwmHiintiiniiHiHuiHiMmnitHHtiinMiinHmiiiiimiiiiinmiiiH mimiiwinimiwiiaHiiiiiiiiitiiiHimiiiiiiiimBiiiiiiotiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiitiiHmmiiiiininiimfiniHUiiiinnniwHiiiwiMi—ntmi THE ENTERPRISE T. B. TURNER & SON Next to 1st National Indies all leather shoes black, jost received 1920. $5.00, 1921 $3.50, our price $2.85. Men's $3.75 winter every day shoe fully guaranteed for $2.95. Boys' dress shoe, very clas- sy, selling $5.00 our pr.ee only $8.95. Ladies and Misses dress shoes in brown and black, 1921 price $5 price $3.75 Hamilton Brown shoes have stood the test, buy them $2.75 to $6.00. Men's American Gentleman dress shoe $8.50 selling for only $6.50. We have built up an ex- ceptional shoe business this fall with prices. Mr. What- Iey in charge. Good weight ladies and Men's 19c hose brown and black, special 10c pair Ladies, Men's and children 25c sellers in good hose for only 15c and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

J ot V ♦ . V t i a XIII—NO. 10 only Trustees Liquor Still W as winnsboko, vvooii couwrv, thxas NOVTMBER 4, 1921.' 91.25 PER YEAK captured FridayjAssigment Of ; ■ 1 Sckwl Floors Methodists. Work on the Wright well has Must Be Oiled [lie County Hoard ot Educa- ■ will meet iii regular session , first Monday in November, ^iTiu being the 7th day lid month. The meeting will ,vene in tli«' office of the uty superintendent at 10 o- a. m. All members be on District trustees are al- , invited and all other iol workers interested in the of education in Wood 1 .he county hoard of trustees Kthouglit of as a l>ody whose i duty consists in adjusting _J troubles, while, as a mat- fact, their most import- ; duty consists in coiistruct- school work. We look to to the present and the and lose sight of the fu- j progress of our schools, tus plan some for the future _ of our schools. A. B. Rhodes, Chairman, [ J. U. Searcy, Sec'y. ■. • o Citation by Publication Last Friday, Enforcement of- ficer, Grig...

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

W1NNSB0H0 WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 4, 1W1. —mL f fl 85 s | i ■ ' *. ■ I I I ■ * IT ' ■ ■ , ;i ■ • 111 THE AUTO TRIP When starting on outo trips *>e .sure your tires are good, and see that all your spark plugs, zip, with pep, tteneath the hood Have ample small change in your pockets, a basket full of iunch; and oh, be doubly sure •w grouch is going with the tumch. Be sure the crank case uas its oil, the best that you c.iu buy: is * ronjf to make h «: «>ttor toil with all its bear- ings dry; tout xtra tires should t>e aupi-. a! with eighty pounds so I air, and if a sorehead wants la ride, m"' "No—the walkm' is fine. V^u may be fixed for every chance that motoring can spring, be fixed to ride in cir- cumstance, as happy as a king, J*ut if a g:-oMCh is in the crowd, your gieo will Oiie away, your weary head w 11 soon be bowed tn trouble and dismay. For if a juncture stops your bus, as pun c tares sometimes do, the grouch vill make a mighty fuss, and i any rags he'll •chew. And if p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

WINNSBQRO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 4, mu Phone 287 Cleaning and Pressing Quickest Service and Highest Quality Wade Weatherby Iwa itcf Say, Fellows' there's the place to have your Tailoring work done. I know. to musu Theatre PROGRAM ^ Monday, November 7th CHARLES RAY In "THE HICK**—Also 12th Episode Lost City Tuesday, November 8th - WANDA HAWLEY In THE STURDY OAK"—Also Fox News Wednesday, Novemeber 9th BRYANT WASHBURN In •THE SINS OF SAINT ANTHONV Also Gaylord Lloyd Comedy Thursday,'November 10th A spectacular production with an all star east FROM THE MANGER TO THE CROSS" Also Fox News—Special sacred music thruout program Friday, November nth—Armistice Day EE Const Journal A special program for the occasion running all ctaj siarc- _ in? at 10:00 a. m. An all star case. "HELD BY THE ENEMV" Also Snub Pollard Comedy. Also White Horseman Special Patriotic Music Throughout Tntire Program • Saturday, November 12th WILLIAM S. HART In HULL TO PAY AUSTIN"—Also Mack Sennet. . omedy A TKIBl'TE FOR ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBWs NOVEMBER 4, lflt. W&f* mmm K ""'MP CLOTHING, SHOES, DRY GOODS, ETC. PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY S ' H* ij J * { li* • ■ I • >1 Hi# I f 'tH, I Vf • - I'iff-' I I' :H ! li D j •« I ] 18 i 1 r : DRY GOODS —V alues DAMASK— We offer exceptional quality fine Table Damask, full width Special per yard only -— 65c CORDUROY— We offer 36-inch Costume Cord- uroy, all new Fall shades, extra special quality, at our special price per yard only .— $1.00 COTTON SUITING— 36-inch Cotton Suiting, l>ook- fold, in checks, stripes and plaid Our special price per yd 25c HUCK TOWELS— Large size Bleached Iluck Tow- els, a very special value at our special price, each 26c TURKISH TOWELS— Large size bleached Turkish towels, a very special value at our prcie, each - 17 l-2c STORM SERGE— We offer full 36-inch Storm Serge, a very rare quality at our spec:al price — $1.00 xrt crniiii J A * Extra good grade Bleached Do- mestic, full 36-incji wide, a rare quality at our special price...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

JVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVBMBKR 4, I§21. «*• Business T ext Book y„ man should have a bank account with "first t-onal Hank. When he embarks in busi- i(i"(Is the assistance of a bank. He needs it r ",, . In order to secure that assistance the nk'mUHl know the man. A young man can open an nut at the First National Bank with a small wnt. He can larn banking habits and we can be- e acquainted. When that young man engages in ne88 we shall be glaji to do all in our power for A Hank Book is the best business Text Book a young titan can study. 50 'irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Clubs Churches P. M. P. iti. baptist church Rfcv. W. Y. Pond, Pastor Sunday school 9:46; preach- The P. M. P. M. Club met at Su*ie Patricks' Monday night. I lie regular meeting is always . „ «« , „ • • on Tuesday but we met earlier ,in* 11 u' and 7 P- m- rfun* to observe Halloween. We all!- Tf • :8(,; Senior and jun" had dates, at least we thought lolv. ."JJ18 f P* m* *<>, they had on trousers, and .. Next...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

VS NOVEMBER 4, 1921. I I 1 5* BREAK UP ^CHILLS AMC )FEVER QUICK "ttaap-i ukXAnn nmx, Tmnr cImimm tlx >-—*• aM rat triataa *% In.r aM to an «atn« olltainatla* tha cauaa w u.. H«u TVla raewly ranfataa M Mmfi <1m«a. It la • ha% >■■>«■ U,-f krraki Ijt all kin,l« ar •>•! « m l fmr IViiab Ar". latere "(.• it and HUhMM Faraaa. Kv>n>t> F- ar, vaV''ift tniafiii tkm "o atw. aJietn U aaa<la4 lih It. In*. Hot* la 1eh* p A 1 "j4 -c •' I s I & or 1 . t .. I GREATEST OF ALL A group of commercial travel- ers were sitting in the smoking compartment of a car. A heat- ed argument was in progress as to who was the greatest liv- ing inventor. It seemed a draw between Edison and the Wright brothers. Everyone had taken' sides except one small man, I Finally, ?s there seemed no' way of settling the question by I argument, one of the men sug-! Rested that they let the quiet little man decide. This was' agreed to and it was put up to him. "Veil," he said, raising his shoulders,...

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

COifl'1 MBS A " :bK of latest WASH III' KN FUTURE Who has chosen lietween an of-!n ficient business woman who had I>,?,? w rv Wr°i j scen*ria planned to take very ™ i K ald J T18P dwcwd and E. of hlm.aitd a cliS^. X S,,""1'"" ""oto- , sins of Wt. . t« Screen from populai Story Anthony" Is J? nnPruftlc"l and romantic ' as himself, forms the founda- tion in l e Ws latest decrees i feminine attire will i!n the ia/.ziwd screen com- 'C Sins of St.Anthony, •ill be the attraction at Biuu l'hoatre for one day, j y. ne,xt- „t Washburn •Her SturdvOak Wanda H °f clal p,ctu" o^ionTa!- kjft l«t«at Wnn. i> hunt. Miss Hnwley, who has given , so many amufting mtcrpreta-l v tiona of snobs, faddists, an in-!#Vl T' 0,d &',end ®I1 Hart at dependent young women, is the It I1UHn 1 heatre Saturday, clinging vine, Sylvia Ashton November llth- plays the efficient, money-mak- ing woman and Walter Hiers is the fentur the dreamer who is loved by Jer has the role of a slov- Ijoth nad chooses—of course...

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