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

' i., - • *' ' ! J--Mil " Jr , ft ?■ Mt ■Wi m i ■ / 30 DAYS OF About I dez. Ladies Coats, sold up to $27.60, choice $10 Just a few children's coats, priced at 75c to . $6.00 Ladies all wool sweaters limited amount $3.29 Ladies' Silk Petticoats, were $5.00 now $1.98 Ladies Georgette waists up to $9.95 now $1.98 to $2.98 Ladies night gowns, Petticoats, Teds less than 1-2 price Ladies $1.25 unions, only — 98c Ladies $1.00 Vests, only 6Bc Misses heavy bleached unions, $1.25 values for 79c Children's Gingham and suiting dresses, 69c, 89c and $1.49 Table damask formerly price, $1.25 and 98c and 59c, 79c Dress ginghams in 25c quality only 19c Cotton poplin, several shades, was 85c now 16c Best chevoit, per yard only , , 17c Good quality 3fl-inch percales per yard 16c Dress outings formerly sold to 69c to close out 16c 9 Quarter Bleach sheeting per yard 45c Heavy bleached Turkish towels, worth 25c 18c $1.00 Quality dress linens, 36-in. Blue, Rose 49c Dress serges in $1.25 quality — ,— — 79c...

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

r 'OU MUST WORK FOR IT . ,r , , 4 ■ {Very one wants to be rich—but riches won't come to you. You must go after riches. The difference l>etweeri the Smcetsful Man and the Unsuccessful Man is that „ne goes out for Riches—banks every dollar he can lay hii hands upon—while the other sits down—spends as he goes and expects wealth to come to him in a heap Put every dollar in the First National Bank. Strain ev- ery nerve to do it. Make every sacrifice to" accomplish" it. Practice every self-denial. U you are destined to ride a horse, it won't come and place itself under you.—Tamil Proverb. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas wmNgftofto WEEK# friBWfi Wbmbbr 2. IM1. RED TAG t = IF YOU INTEND TOBUILD A new home, or repair and paint your old one, it will pay yeu to see SCROGGIN & DRUMMOND for your material. Prices right. Give us a chance at your bill. Scroggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN : Ribbon Cane Syrup • •• i> • - •«* i • . £*• ># • , 7 I want to buy 1,000 gallons...

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

:Y- -4\ WINNSBORO WBEKI.Y NEWS DECEMBER 1. IM1. Ol ° f' M ^ *?>' > • I 1 I k v? $20,000 Stock of Dry Goods, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Ready-to-Wear and Clothing. In fact our entire Stock on Sale to be offered at prices that will bring people for miles and miles around. CLEAN STAPLE MERCHANDISE ONLY 1 Make no mistake W. C.Dodgen Co.'s Store for 19 days only. WINNSBORO SALE STARTS SAT. DEC. 3rd. Each Day Of This Sale 19 Days Of Bargains 1 nicnd r93u(/id „ WEATHERBIRD" wma to rttsovf lHAPi Of III Starts Saturday, Dec. 3rd., Winnsboro, Texas Absolutely no reserve will be made on this Stock, every piece of goods before your eyes will be marked in plain figures. You can buy every article in this store at big savings. * .|i i • COME—This Is the Sale, The Place And the Time For You To Buy-COME B ;0a Oa Mai Fil 'RuJ Rf| .Su H Men's Dress Shirts, Work shirts and Underwear at a great re- duction during this sale. ' You can buy Blankts at less than today wholesale price dur- in...

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

4' 3 JVINNRBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER . 1 21. I!lll!lll!lllllllllllll!lllllll||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| I CUSTOMERS BENEFIT Not Selling Out SALE ju,t Qui Selling Begins Sat., Dec. 3rd at 9 o'clock My Doors Will [Be Thrown Open And The Great Bargain Feast Will Start 1 THE SALE OF SALES—HERE IT IS IN BLACK AND WHITE 4 WORD Tft THP PITRI ir *v . .. , . * UnLK—to those of you who are firm enough to follow you judgment and shrewd enough |o Profit hy the announcement of this Customer's Benefit Saving Event, I make this statement, the peak of high prices has been felt and the tide is slowly on the decline. The bottom has not dioped out, nor will it. Before lower prices are generally felt merchants will have to dispose of their present stocks in order to take advantage of drop in the market. Now I have deeded to throw my ENTI RE HHJH GRADE STOCK before the public of the common ity at prices you are asked to pav no v L much oweMhan you have been forced to pay for less than you can expe...

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

EK'S1- WIN1 ll'- ■ tarts 9 o'clock, Saturday, December 3rd. ■ I { ! I m : (> 1k ♦ Mi 1 •£i With New Goods Added at Bankrupt Prices <itt !• & 25c and 30c Can Goods 15c and 18c per can & 1 „. Men's «5.00 and $#.00 all Leather shoes $2.95 Ladle* and Children* Coats $2.50 and Up A Big Sale of Ladies and Misses and Children's hats 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 We Have Bought the Bryce-Nichols Co. Stock. Bought it Right What has been heavy toes to a few will mean Great Savings to many in Winnsboro Trade Territory. We are having this stock arranged and pri ced for Quirk Disposal. Mr. Bryce and Mr. Nichols will ke in chargtf with a number of salespeople, but otir advice is to come early, with the determination to get your share of the $5 000 stock at Bankrupt price This stock will surprise you as it did us and ethers as to the greater quantity of new merchandise just bought by Bryce-Nichols. You will remember their fire sale disposed of nearly everything in the house. We have a comp...

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

4y\^r"k\0/ XIII—NO. 15. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. DECEMBER 9. 1921. MNjpy * innsboro Music Week and Memory Contest Jfw. McFather Dead | Music week January 1 to 8 " . will have a program every af- t W. Mchather passed to ternoon and evening. At the |jew*rd November 24th. He request of the harmony Club I been in ill health for about -Wr- ^'v'« has secured that won- ir He spent his last days ut'rlu' Picture "xlumoresque, ie home of his son, J. W. ''H/.()}y <Jeal8 w,ththe -stn<K- 'ather of W nnsboro. His t, " ,a y°unff musician anu /came suddenly, but he "otl.e. love Vera Gordon, play- j P j. 1 i ir'if tne P«rt 01 mother is the ready for the linal sum- m0Bt noled interpreter of mo- of the Angel of death, mer on the screen or stage to- ad talked al>out going oui1 day. Mrs. A. L Wilfong will meet God with many of his IJ'd.\ the musical score for the feds and assured everyone Cnlire. anfl the Harmony Club 1 « „ will give a musicale program J he was ica ' Complete programs for...

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

mam WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER , lttl. 111 I >1 i' I i I Amusu Theatre "The Most Comfortable Place In Town" 8 ■ Matinee Every Afternoon From 1 to 5 Night show 6:45 PROGRAM Monday, December 12th Mary Miles Minter In "HER WINNING WAYS" Also Harlod Lloyd llebe Daniels and Snub Pollard in A side spliting comedy T jc. :lay and Wednesday, Dec 13th and 14th S An All stir cast including Monte Blue and Mary Thurman "A BROKEN DOLL" Also Pathe Review — This is an Allen Dawn production taken from the Sat-.. =5 urduy inviiiag Post Story "johnny Cucabod" which is.. 35 sure to |/LUac every one ant! also ihis is one oi the re-. S gular extra special productions for Tuesday and Wed- == nesday of each week, being one oi the very latest As- 35 sociated Producers pictures. TO HUNTERS {CLASSIFIED ^ ^lllllll'll'll|mittaww|WWffBWH(|'|fttfJ|''''i|'||(||'"utu<wmiH)iii We the undersigned forbid i V any hunting on our premises, and all violators will l>e prose- • * S8E cuted: Jesse Shirey, J. R. ...

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

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER . iwi. SALE! SALE! t! ' i , SALE! SALE! iower .u* f f''. f 'U il SALE on of some kind and there are instances where you find prices X rstock7s tab and IZ ?' y0U ta" ? 800dS ** " Che>"- «"«* «a place where I am a so be in on the SANTA CLAUS DAY proposition, why not do so? You know i§ CHRISTMAS EVE is getting close on us and that is the day that will be SANTA CLAUS DAY with us. Get a receipt for all the cash that you spend with us and be ready to get your present on SOME- J THING FOR NOTHING or SANTA CLAUS DAY. 1 If you do not understand the proposition do not hesitate to ask any of us or your neighbor can explain it B to you. We do not keep anything but sell EVERYTHING and when you have given us a trial you will agree with 1 us that we sell just as cheap as anybody and have clean fresh goods. Do not put it off but come in and investigate as to prices, quality and SANTA GLAUS DAY. Wi JNSBORO C A MPBFT L'S BIG F ¥ ¥ 7T* i ■ EVER iiyillMllillllllllllHII...

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

i | hi w Lit . k m 1 ; • * B i •! mi m, ■ KKWS DECEMBER t, Ittl. ¥* * W. c. dodgen co. Great $20,000 Sale now going on. Every thing in the houne reduced. Only 14 more day* of real bargain*. Come while the sale is in full bloom Call At Our Store And Get Your Free $5 Prize Ticket* We Sol Everything That Druggists Sol. The Highest Quality Goads for the ioweat price. QUALITY CONSIDERED Fowler's Drug Store campbell's big five EVERYTHING 1 The Place Where there is Always Something Doing Your Trade Appreciated Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds Bexley & Hornbuckle See them before you sell your cattle and hogs. We Have No Sale But Will Meet Anybody's prise Come and Get Our prices Before You buy. R. H. McCrary R. A. Cain STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FEED and PRODUCE PRE-WAR PRICES ON ALL BLACKSMITHING AND /HORSESHOEING Patterson & Duke E. R. Williams General Blacksmithing and Wook Work First Class Horseshoeing I will move after January 1st to my old stand on the corner of Locus and Fra...

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

WWNaBOaOWBEKMrNfcwg DECEMBER , Iffi. iful $15.00 Walk- tie Line of toys Ffb, Let s Make This a Great Big Day ID Everybody «d ka„ , Kwi « y°" wl Ur waata, ,„ur x ., «da and vM, wr Bankrupt Sal, i„ Building. Buy „ s,k prireH from The Enterprise. Vour. f.r real bar|t.i.,,. tall at our store for your numbers for Pig T. B. TURNER & SON CEMBER TEXAS American Legio" hf* • on this day and enjoy yourself. Every merchant in Winnsboro is co-o| the many prizes that will be given away na this date. But con in Winnsboro for all ex-service men. Every store in Winnsboro wil ««ve a special remembered by Wood and surrounding counties an the one most enjoyable dr v \p rWinnsboro, Saturday, December 17th. Be there for the Carl Azhell Pt \meric. MMhnrn and rommnnitv fhj y — com- them put over a hip. rlMw bad horses. The lanr II w given, A baby ah« i ii,t~ , th.' rest. R«i( the list of prizes "'•"'noK Kead carefully ev®« line ol just as (food a time o u «*.*> mber 17th. They are ever given in Wood...

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

m ['<4 ill mi-. V 1 . ■ WINNSHOKO —f—Ll.iliLU—L- NBW8 DECEMBER §, 1921. tj/. SLOW "death Aches, pains, nervxmaneas, diffv. cuhy in urinating, often mean aerioos disorders. The world's atandsrd remedy fbr kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles— GOLD MEDAL . ••• • a *:'■•aa " 523! quick relief and oftan ward oil y diaaaaea. Known aa tba national remedy of Holland for mora than 200 years. All druggists. In thro* siias. w Gold MmUI aa rrmtf baa aad aaaa* aa CORNERVILLE ITEMS Mr. Larwence Clayton from Cftlifornia is here visiting re- latives. Mr. Boone is expecting to move int<v his new home this week. Mr. Howard Vaugan made a business trip to Josephine last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. Robbing made a business trip to Mt. Pleasant last week. Mrs. Knox of Pickton is vis- iting her sister, Mrs Jones. Mrs. Cecil Irby is visiting Mrs. John Whatley. Mrs. Howard Vaughan visit- ed in Sulphur Springs a fv.v days the past week accompan- ied honm by her mother, Mrs. Fannie Taylor. ■ fMiss Ma...

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

'<■11,. "1,1 <*tn •' t iii>/ < i • lii'h •IliMl ' !.(>•*II «!>:•« Il.'ll ie Little Children of the Rich Its you touch you children Thrift and Economy will grow up to become F<x r Men and Women. pft isn't nherited like Wealth. It must lx? taught I any other lesson of iife. See that your children t ir H Hank Account something of the amount you , them. Teach them to accumulate. They may not j the money—they do need the lesson. Don't let N waste or throw away their excess of money, old you spill the milk you can't drinj ?—Hindo rb. irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas 1 ' a M - 4 « - * YOU INTEND TOBUILD A new home, or repair and paint your old one. it will pay you to see SCROfifilN & PRFMMOND for your material. Prices right. (iive us a chance at your hill. oggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN RENEWED TESTIMONY No one in Winngry>ro suffers •mckaciie, headacnes, or dis- tressing urinary ills can afford "J??" th - Mmwboro mana twice-told story, it 18 con...

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

n ill U ' 1 Kvj iii?' T T . i T r ' { K. i. i | • F1 ' a it i Hi i i t i i ' i W1NNS0ORO WKKKLY NEWS DECEMBER , 1921. 8 pounds stugar, 1 tamer for only i fj an 1 15 c Lace, 5c or a dozen yards for $2.50 Misses and Girls sweater* for only * . *1.19 l c and ">0c Canned Peas and Peaches for 25c 35c Heavy Shoe Soles 2 pairs ioi onlv •• 7 boxes w;.*h powdrr 2 5 c Men's $6.50 Now Dress Shoes Jo i on'y $3.95 2>c White Swan Corn 17 l-2c 10c Soda and Starch 7 ,, 35c Ladies Lisle Hose 2 fjr only v/ I $5.00 waists just 3.75 vr'uer for "328KS Hoys' all wool $4.50 ( .ve A cri late style $2*9 Mh'3 $2^5 'heavy Grey Hwe;1. :ers for only fU9 L'.dies Misses and chiM- io.vj tiweaters. $1 to $•> $20.00 new Ladies Coats fine materials $1145 Indies and Child reus nB wool coats $2.95 to $19.75 * - Ladies fine Coats, $35 val- ues only . $16.75 $12.50 Wool Dresses to mB at only ..$035 New Dresses, Suits, Coots Skirts and waists will ar- rive from wholesale Dec. 8 $1.00 all wool knit ca «t. Hoods an...

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

\S J+ ISf /J - Witttt&bjQttt> HJecIvlv) |rok«i 'price this 10th I 12.15 tag flretw 2.95 XIII—NO l«. WINNSBORO, WOOD (01 NTY, TEXAS. DECEMBER 16, 1921. rerythiflg in Readiness for American Legion Day $1.25 PER YEAR Lake Franklin Country Club Dam Completed Ku Klux Klan Give# $50 to Fire Sufferer sank COMO PEOPLE j Everything is in readiness for . . . the bijf American Legion Dav „ Ne ,, „ requested to g.tardll ,)(.c * «* '".7^ the of the J11 resolved that we, the Car, Azbe„ p Ami rth Leaguers and visitors,' „.nri , F ... . „, ,olul * ' gion of Winnslxiro. The ianre """ end entertaining pngrJh£ ,wt thanks to the people been p^Uy oul ™ (Como for their hospitality all who attend are assured of I entertainment during our a good time. Every merchant in their midst. I has again come to the aid of brthevmore, be it resolved, the Legion by agreeing to put we, the leaguers of Sul-|on a Special sale for that day Springs District, wish to only and have -reduced the '[ the visitors of othe...

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

T NEWS DECEMBER II, 1W1 THE QUITTER fx in R at* handed the quitter a bump and he dropped— The roud seemed too rou^j) to go. so he stopped; He though cf his hurt and there came to his mind The easier the path he was lea\- ing behind; "Oh, it'3 all much too hard" said the quitter r ght then; *TH ptop where I ahi and not try it again." He sat by tile road and he made up his tale. To tell when men asked why h° happen.*' to fail, A thousand excuses flew up to his tongue And the; e on the thread of Ins story he strung, But the truth of the matter he didn't admit— He never once said "I was frigh- tened and quit." Whenever the quitter sits down by the road And drops frointhe struggle to lighten his load, Hp can always recall to his own peace of mind A string of excuses for falling Itehind; Hut somehow or other, he can't think of one <V<>d reason for battling and go- ing right on. Oh, when the bumps comes and fate hands you a jar, Don't baby yourself, boy, who- ever you are, Don't p...

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

ie Little Children of the Rich Unless you teach you children Thrift and Economy they will grow up to become Poor Men and Women. Thrift isn't inherited like Wealth. It must l>e taught like any other lesson of life. See that your children place in a Bank Account something of the amount you jive them. Teach them to accumulate. They may not need the money—they do need the lesson. Don't let them waste or throw away their excess of money. Should you spill the milk you can't driitf ?—Hindo Proverb. 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 e Don't Have on i Sale lut we won't be undersold on any- thing in the Hardware and Furni- ire line. See us bcfor e you buy. R. H. McCrary WOMEN ONLY KNEW W1NN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS UNION SINGING ™,ere wjH he union staging; at Cartwright...

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

WINNSBQRQ mm NBWS If, ML i:A I I it tfl'E' ■hU 1 « We nowjhave in stock a complete line of Dolls, Toys, Dishes and everything to go with Christmas. We absolutely guarantee our goods and garantee to sell them cheaper. Below we are listing a few of our extra specials for Christmas. A •UTWCAMf* Christmas Candies Just recieved a fresh shipment of fancy candy for Christmas. Will sell for 20c per pound. Large fancy salad bowls . . . 49c Stewers of every size at reduced prices ULISI AHlDCAflTtft We < re giving away absolutely free a beautiful $15.00 walking doll. The tickets are free, you don't have to spend one cent to get one. Come in and win the big doll free Unbreakable dolls, each , — W.'c Sleepy dolls, with real hair, each 7" c 18 inch unbreakable dolls, each ..$1.50 Toys of Every Kind Price our toys, we guarantee the 10 Quart milk pail 10 Qt. Galvanized Bucket . . . Extra heavy brooms Heavy white clips and saucers, per sel. . 9, White plates, wilh fancy edge, sel . . 8! K. C. Bak...

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

WINNSnpRO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 1«, Mil. ? Mi '"■mm wvx. m K "MOTHER O'MINB" REVIVES CAPITAL PI N1SHMENT PKitCT 30o$shn§<knd is hete! • ATIUV1Co to every fumily! Jungleland Moving Pictures right in your home today, to- morrow, for weeks to come— FREE to Every Family! Jun- !;leland Jass Boys will tickle ittle folks and big folks most to pieces! And—all FREE I K(Hogg's Jungleland Moving Pictures are HERE TODAY— ready to give you and the kid- dies the heartiest of fun f And all free—ALL FREE 1—this Jungleland joy-book of Kellogg's —the cleverest, happiest, most entertaining animal aggregation you ever heard of I It would cost 50 cents to buy it in a store! Kellogg's Jungleland Moving Pictures tell you the joys of eat- ing Kellogg's Corn Flakes! A band of happy, light-hearted jungle-folk who come directly into your home with a big and ;lad package of KELLOGG'S Flakes! Get orn !• lakes! Get KELLOGG'S from the nearest grocery store and you get KELLOGG'S Jun- gleland Movies—EREE. Jun- gl...

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

;'S I [i! i MVv DK< KMHKK l«, lttl. Appropriate Xmas Gift An appropriate, as well as the most valuable Christmas pres- ent you can give your boy or girl is a business education- something that will make him independent for life. The best business school in the United States, with no excep- tion, is the Tyler Commercial College. It stands at the head of the class of all business col- leges. We have a scholarship in this callege for sale at a discount. If interested see us at once. Winnsboro News Office (CLASSIFIED ) FOR SALT—850 lb. hog dres sed, see me, or phone at my expense, B. F. Howell, Pleasant Grove, Texas. . 16 WANTED — To Buy sever.' young Buff Leghorn hens. 6 .v write or phone W. G. Ward. 16 FOR SALE--500 good white oak and post oak posts, $10 deliver- ed in Winnsboro. Fran* Essl, ruote 2, Winnsboro, 17. FOR SALE—Ford, truck, late 1919 motor, or would trade for late model Ford touring or road ster, or take young mules, colts or cattle. Two miles north of town on Mt. Vern...

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

|7th fs'at >re lei 'ill id id r y Id limn iiiniiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiiiiii,,,,,,,^ WINNRBOBO mCKKLT DKCKMMjR U, m|. iiiiiiiim nnmniwinamnnnaMBii.Mw^Ttfflnnininn!ninitiuiii JUIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIiilltllllllll^ jnvviiviivviMivviviiiiiiiifvv's SALE! 1 'ALE! SALE! SALE SALE! Almost everywhere you go vou finH q ^at p * .• * jme lower than they have been but if von V °" °! S°T an theFe 3re instances where you find Prices hp stock is fresh and clem «iml l u ^oods just as cheap, quality considered, at a place where Mock Hesh and dean and also ba,„ „„ the SANTA CLAUS DAY proposition, why not do so? You know f "fi * M CHRISTMAS EVE -S ■ getting close on us and that is the day that will be SANTA CLAUS DAY j^','7 a" lhe cash that you spend with usand be ready t0 get your present on SOME- I fHING FOR NOTHING or SANTA CLAUS DAY. 1 11 you do not understand the proposition do not hesitate to ask any of us or your neighbor can explain it H y°u. § i We do not keep anything but se...

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