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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANI'ARY _U Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir. Editor paign has been inaugurated to .uiae this lund, and on Jan. 16, the hour from noon until 1 p. has been designated as "Wil- in. son hour," in which all $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE; who honor this man will pause in the hurry of their own af Entered as second-class mat- fairs and give some thought to ter, September 24, 1909. at the the principles of justice and postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, peace foi which he has stood, under the act of March 8. 1879. And in o.-der to give this ot>- ■ servance* concrete expr xsiun ' Advertising rates made known and permanent form, it is pm- * on application. pesed that each shull mail at t — — that time a donation to the fund PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ,\,juca is to establish the \\ood- — row Wilson Foundation. ^ ; POLITICS AND LABOR In thu cAy and this territory • UNION'S where the people h..ve been v. *. cvmn,.,h. given the opportunity of read- •A T -♦ union'* such an account w...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBWS JANUARY 13, 1922. •.vwr AMERICAN LEGION TO ELECT OFFICERS [ave the Children Bank Accounts? |t really c'. >- -r.'t mutter how much 11 wry began withi (t's the luci ihat tliey did begin—did vtart—do keep up. It's the Iriwan «.! Thiilt that ra«:ts—Mt the imount ol money they have in Bank. Unlets you train Ihe child thrift in « m. ill hood it will baurdly learn it in filter year*. Childhod is the time for learning lessons. [Age the time for puttng those lessons to practical uae. irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas ,umber, Shingles and Building at Prices that are Always Right |Scr oggin-Dr ummond Co. "SERVICE"—That's Our Middle Name t Full Line of Accessories and Kelly Springfield Tires 'ree Air Free Water Winnsboro Service Station 'hone 272 Open Day aod Night The Carl E. Azbell Post, No. 340, American Legion, waa per- f| I niaiienUy organized last week I at a meeting held in the Knights I of Pythias ilull. A meeting will In* held Friday night, January i 18th for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

WINNSBORO ii]i[i;iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiimunimwiwi SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION For Months of January and February i '-V* *— f DY special arrangement with the publishers of the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News we are enabled to make a 25-cent reduction on our clubbing offer with that paper during the months of January and February. So until March 1st we will send the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News and The Winnsboro Weekly News both one year for only • V- State politics promise to be warm this year and the Dal- las Semi-Weekly News will keep you better posted than any other paper. You get all the local news worth printing in the Winnsboro News. You need them both- it is the best combination you can get. During this cam- paign subscriptions will be mailed to the Dallas News same day they are given us, thus avoiding long waits for your paper to commence'coming. Let us have your subscriptions at once. I * a , I J 1 =1 an Bui I > ' I' THE WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS Winnsboroi Tex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

WINNSBORO LY NEWS JANUARY 1922. I " • Company Takes Over Winnsboro Petroleum Company rom 0:1 World) forth, Dec. 31.—An- Int was made by the )il Company this week had taken over the No. 1 well, of the &o Petroleum Company, together with the 17 tract surrounding it, fcr properties of the ro Company. Ig operations were re- the well, which had it down several weeks |th of 2,668 feet, Thurs- ling. Officials of the Mated they expected to le pay sand within the lek or ten days. The then be standardized led in as soon as pos- Rroadnax tract offsets |ucings wells ofthe Tidal puny and is due east of pous Desenberg gusher is produced approxima- te barrels of oil to date till going strong. Opera- jtere suspended by tht Vo Company some time In}/: to financial matters, reported. ills of the lievere Com- Jsited the property the the week and are ex- optimistic over its pos- , They'.stated upon their [that arrangements for two more wells on the buld be made at once, [the first entry of the Compa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

F ' m LY NEW? JANUARY IS. 1922. Opers Sat? Jan. 14 Gibson 18. TurnerS Son i ••f l:-y i i i fi Bankrupt Stocks, Distressed Stocks, New Merchandise Bought to Sell at Wholesale arid Below Quantitta of merchandise ran be bought at nearly yonr own price. Wo h"> r nn.de lucky purft' i"'"-" c ha*e houiiht lin- ( harlte («aUwdk UniJfrniA slock al Qui m.m for i ^ song. 167 pair of shoe-, lie, doods. (JrocoriM, etc. Other Kood buy, have been made in !>alln . tte b.ve consolidated all of ttom stoA- - U> liHwon Molding for another big noise making sale. Our Hecember llargain House Sal. ma s. successful we will maintain this sab ns long as we an secure merctoadi.. fctxfce *ny prices. People apmecku, such a bargain house and'it is at their request e are open ins again as . d.. not care to handle any ol this merchandise thru the "lalBF" Remember "The Kntcpri, ' for high class Ready-to-Wear, Millinery and Dry Goods. New Merchandise Will Be Added Daily At Prices Listed Below No one need to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

8 ll 7 lj lor 0 irguRtf 1 m m "3 |me to )| post It he P" I this 4 >ve , ou r/W J CO * X tDinnsboro >L. XIII—NO. 20. ; WINNSIiOiiO WEEKLY NEW8 JANLARY20, I 2t. 1TAPLE TRUCK $1.25 PER YEAR CROPS FOR 1922 intaloupes, Melons and Sweet Potatoes Every farm ought to have ifficient yams to supply the ible, feed some to stock and to ell. This is a wonderful food imd feed crop for East Texas,. cantaloupes we ought td lave 100 acres all of the solid let 10-25 variety, such as we lad last year. No other point Texas has grown cantaloup^ long and continuously ao finnsboro has done. We gen- erally get fair to fancy money for them. On Tom Watson mel- Vns, we can't say so much as for cantaloupes but believe n *e would all plant the hills 20x 20 feet, so as to make big mer- ns, we would never faii -o uake fair money. At any ra:e, ve would recommend 20() acres planted this way to make big lelons. This and our article on Staple Truck Crops gives an approxi- late acreage of 1500 to 20(H) :res. If ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

n AMERICAN Li-u.u: •1NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 20, 1922. } ^ilson Is SurMlf' Ribbon Cane League Cf Naticns Syrup Meeting Washington, Jan. 15.—Dcclar _ ~ Ihree TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentleuen BURLEY Th* perfect blend of the three poifct cigarette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one-eieven cigarettes 15^20 *111 'JCttUX*- NOTES Because he hatl l. . liia com- mitment papers. \A allis D. Wjl- .is, a disabled soldier, turn ed away from Government Hos- pitals to wander in the street.? .>. Washington until overe*. . i by e\' osuie. Housed by Willis treatment the American Legion h:i.; started a vigorous investiga j ation of red tape evils. Moneys received by the Uni- ted States from foreign coun- j tries in payment of debts would I go to ex-so!diers under a bill j , uttroducad. ir. the House. This . me& ure supplements the Ameri can Legion's adjusted comper. ; sation bill. In an effort to assist the syr-; bf Kast Texas in ' lll bOll j aid j • ± . ' fiii an 'l'ti c mpa gn in so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

ter No. &G 4 Reserve District No 11 Report of the Condition of the ; FIRST NATIONAL BANK ^nnsboro ill the State of Texas, at the clone of business on ember 31st, 1921. , , • RESOURCES and discounts, including rediscounts ept as Shown in b and c) f42T,294.97 smers liability account of acceptances lis bank purchased or disc'td by it 58,622.48 1 480,917.45 ss and bills redlscounted with Federal rve bank (other than bank acceptances $ 22,161.48 458,755,97 sited to secure circulation (U.S. bonds value) 50,000,00 [other U. S. Government securities 133,550.00 sr bonds, stocks, securities, etc. cing House, furniture and fixtures ful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank in vault and due from national banks tange for clearing house ts on other banks in same city |to\vn aa reporting bank (other than item 12) al of items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 79,216.25 emption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due U. S. Treasurer WINNSBORp VVEBKLK NEWS JANUARY Jfc 1 1 11 !.'■ . . ..LUUIUJ.) J1 MAKE MONEY, GET AHEA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

; S Wansbm VetUy News > _ Homer R. Weir, Editor |1,25 A YEAR IN "ADVANCE Entered as second-claw mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, upder the act of March S, 1879. ' • Advertising rates made known on. application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY * When every farmer in • * the South shall eat bread * ** from his own fields and * meat from his own pasture * and disturbed by no credi- * .• tor, and enslaved by no debt * shall sit amid his teeming * * mg gardens, and orchards * and vineyards, and dairies * and barnyards, pitching his * crops in his own wisdom * and growing them in inde- * pendente, making cotton his * clean surplus, and selling * it in his own time, and in * his chosen market, and not • * at a master's bidding—get- * * ting his pay in cash and • * not in a receipted mortgage * * that discharges his debt, * * but does not restore his * * freedom—then shall be the * * breaking of the fullness of * * our day." * * —Henry W. Grady * Governor Neff ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

E or letter from ittentf ty it (finish Till re- \l£ >8CS hvcr lily, lion )10 v<k WINNSBORO WEEKLY > JEWP JANUARY 20, 1*2*. ■ STRENGTH * -You appreciate the necensity of association with a strong Bank. The reattona are obvioua. But as there not membera of your family, among the younger set, who have mot yet become acquainted with banking methods? Would it not be well to intro- duce them to an account at the Firat National Bank? Such a connection! will prove advantageous to them in subaequent years and at the present time a bank account will be educational as well as useful. May we talk thit^over with you? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Pure hog lard at 16c. Bexley k Horn buckle. New advanced ready-to-wear is arriving at The Enterprise. The News job department wants your printing orders. We print anything from a visiting card to a 80x44 poster. Call 384 for your chickens and eegs, if you desire to buy them at cost. R. L. Shirey requests us to change his address on our s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

j v — WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW? IANITARY 20. \92i. "TW"" MiiiiiimMiiiMiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIHIIHIWItlHHIHIIIIIHIIIIIHlillllllitllllllllllNIH11!11!1111!111*11'*11!1*11111111!111111111111*1*1111*^1*11*11^^^ SPECIAL SUBSCRIP10N OFFE For Months of January and February - / 4 i • DY special arrangement with the publishers of the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News we are enabled to make a 25-cent reduction on our clubbing offer with that paper during the months of January and February. So until March 1st we will send the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News and The Winnsboro Weekly News both one year for only #« I State politics promise to be warm this year and the Dal- las Semi-Weekly News will keep you better posted than any other paper. You get all the local news worth printing in the Winnsboro News. You need them both- it is the best combination you can get. During this cam- paign subscriptions will be mailed to the Dallas News same...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

' •Hilt- '* — 1 3 T" ' • WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 20. 1922. usu Theatre 'The Most Comfortable Place In Town" tee Kvery Afternoon From 1 to 5 Night show 6:45 PROGRAM Monday, January 2'!rd juglas Fairbanks in "FLIRTING WITH FATK" ko Snub Pollard, Ikbe Daniels A Lloyd Comedy Tuesday and Wednesday, January 21 and 25 .rite Tourncur presents "FOOLISH MATRONS" bnderful photo play with the following strong cast, [ding Hobnrt Bosworth, Doris May, Mildred Man- Kathleen Kirkhani, Betty Schade, Margaret Mc- je, Charles Meredith, Wallace McDonald, Michael i, Frantic Lee and others. Also Pathe Review. Thursday, January 2(i1h William Desmond in "THE PAYMENT" Also Aesops Fables Friday, Jnauary 27 Ethel Clayton in "THE CITY SPARROW" Also Snub Pollard Comedy Saturday, January 28 THE U. P. TRAIL in from the great novel of Zane Grey, with an all cast including Roy , Stewart, Joseph Dowling, llyn Williams, Robert McKim, Margaret LaMotte. Also Mack Sennett Comedy SHERMAN TRADE DISTRICT'* 1 1 I SCENE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 January 1922

WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 20, 1922. i k "Unmatchable" .iLimm WHERE VALUE GIVING HAS M PURPOSE ' a!«t giv ng at this store is not n :i ! ct on to command the atention fti ih^ .uying public—Value Giving has a • v—a purpose based on the princijfcB ®rr~ ming good business. When this stoaa a ii announcement concerning «x Value Giving it has a definite. , ose in so doing and such annou nil times reveal the mindfulness of '.•> the wants and needs and inu. we serve. No beter illustrate* rf thv "purpose" of this store's Value (aviar 1m given you than our January Chan I7gr event. •v in Quality inA ;alue mmmmrnmmammK* Perkins January "Clean Up" Values in Ready to Wear (mfblk ii.de.d_i. it. thai (hi. 1'KIIKINS' JAM ARY CI.KAX I p- frailire far more complete a^ortm«l tku is n «a.« at this season of the year. This coidition we attribute to the grcaMj increased volume of business this store enjoyed I nut 'Ibe month af December of the yen. just closed, which was decidedly in excess of the business in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

ear 'CUi Suit 119.1 ir dema |m oik th Stinsr, statin; I >ress 9.! every iela /ari"ty;j offf nance -esse 9. them an can < be ofl matt le apjl iSilk oa« i s in ps fe r of Lai co! (of th<| M6 lu* {j it f " ■ _ " A XIII—NO. 21. WINN8BORO WZEKLY NKWS leeting of Syrup Makers Held Monday Night IKHICAN LEGION TO MEET FRIDAY NIGHT Pursuunt to announcement made through these columns, ... a meeting of cane growers and 11 members an ose w.m ^oge interested in cane ana not members of the Can . Azbell Post No. 340, Amen-, was he,d ln th,B cUy Legion, are requested to Monday night. Judge Beavers t in the Knight sof Pythias kindly tendered the use of his comfortable office lor th , garn- ering. W. A. Nabors presided. Messrs. Cole and Bolin from the Agricultural Department were present and made talks, II Friday night, Jan. 27, 1922 ins are being made to haye Mineola Poet visit on Fri- -fflght, Feb. 3 and install officers. A great time and ||nty of eats and drinks are i>mised those who at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

i <> A wonderful western drama "The U. P. Trail" at the Amusu Saturday. Rid of That Awful Eczema i LuP.in Remedy will quickly. j'jtho and liciil tltin «rup- eioni. No mora cratchin< or torture. I lav* your tjrujgiat aupply you with Guaranteed LuiUin Remedy today. JNO. D. FOWLER DENNEY DRUG CO "The U. P. Trail" Saturday at Amusu Theatre. Notice to Taxpayers Call at the M. & P. State Hank and pay your City and School taxes. January 31st is last day. J. H. Hitt, Tax Collector. THE TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE CLOSES A tfL'CCESSFUL YEAR * . — Jl'he 'iy1er Commercial; Coi- iagc oi i j lei, lexaa,, eujoyed cne ixggesi enrollment of uieir msi'oiy n aj-U. nil prev*e«i*a|p -./i Uj were Oiulten by the touu ..uoilment ox lour thousand iour hundred ana eighty three „ue largest a^..uui enrollment ii any American t<usine/is. <joi- ivge. Bylthe tau <J? .njjy mumri to oca*' thai: recoru ii.iec month, the I enroll- iiien j. was ahead of t.ie same period the prev.ous >c^r. i'he v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

yen! tes A 'x«te |b* ClgVMti >of I em? 0 W.AX1 !1C ronl. •urU; i| Ihen yo: U effect i |cheeki oil you wl| lvalue. tonic It i |e<l in i)i lie It. 11 it and ■rial if < Ihenir ISM I imeatm you chief SH natism. Fttl lit mu Jieacidai liw sy««> K/ISOIK r l :l M M M El |RADl| loui ill lodj Isider Item® tour ts cultj land,J lure. brf fish I ree Ite ir lo n b«| id s« lake con lord 3d I re. to I | if] lite. 'ERELY HURT IN FALL ri'iixt1 Jan. 16.—Cifford P. old 8224 San 1420 feet from on the irtside of the r> tw*. HUPKINS COUNTY OIL LKASlNCi ISj * NOW VEKY ACTIVE ^sDQEowEKtr (Hopkins County Echo) The oil Qov/s of 1 lopkina Coun ty is becoming more interesting -.ji ,. M . «... daily. Lot* of oil men are here ick of tnf Morten Mil-( froni a distance. Oil leases are tuation which forcea the farm- ipaity, C adit and Santa bringing better prices. Up industry to bear more tnan he damper* of Uie fur- around Posey well as high ah share of the burden of price FARM CONFERENCE TO SEEK REMED...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

i Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor .25 A YEAR IN "ADVANCE ' Entered as -♦•eond-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates matfe known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS ,The following prices will ap- ply to political announcements in The News lor 1922. Cash in advance. Congress State Senator CARD OF THANKS We thatak o«r dear relative. and friends in Winnabaiv ana vicinity for their lurdnoss and sympAtKy for u in our sad hour of bereavement. While wk have been away from Winn boro, yet #ur kwed one and we have always tatted anu consid- "red it as home, and our dear one often spoke of coming back to see those he and we loved so well. The best people in all the world live here. May God biesa you. ; Mrs. W. C. Pierson, and children. * NEW GRIST MILL Representative Civil Court Judges $16.00 . 10.00 10.00 10.00 Ready for business. Will grind for the sixth, n</ more nor no less....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

r ur . .* the iry itor low? on -Ji KJL- )s (?K met.ho lary 1st. I old way I IT youl you ^vill| So . "tn*[ >1 ( |lil -.it', j |oes i eft, I eet. the I - B. Amusu I "WWWSBS^WBBKL* Itefc* « '«.y i n f t.m „ , HIDDEN WEALTH .4. \> I if• ?•> r Hardly a week goes by without you read of the diacov- I try of hoarded money or the lostiiof iit. Why run such foolish riaka? Why not take udvaantuge of modern conveniences such as the First National Bank affords # ind keep your money where It will not only be safe nit where you can get it at any time? 'irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas * r* 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Jf&m. 11 a. tn. and 7 JANUARY ZJ, 1922. , . ^-1 ) 111 ill ■MR TTTs i M'-h i« j .tin Sunday Preaching p.m. Morning .subject: Power of the Church." Come you are invited. W. B. Blount, Pastor. — 0 BAPTIST CHURCH Saving Sunday school at 9:46. Preaching at Ho'clock and the evening hour by Kev. R. J. Blackman of Quitman. Everybody welcome. —Pulpit Committee. • ''The Three Musketeers"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

-r— r .: ••f I «■ rossnnirnK or rec**-* boll that wt hare grl stbs eu klux klan for tmjm on letter received] Houston. -— — — that her character and reputa- ~lt w y,_ — -- What ia declared by «*• twsety milton pecan men to be the moat important / Texas which aa toom as they _ ^llf, , A . discovery m recent years con- are properly grafted and tafr ^ ^ weevtf vrto ch Hon had been damaged. Mia* M, "iil m ta Mr. „ SeuU Heytr, 21. ot Houu>. momey thin the cotton crop." U"' ^ " .. throufh her Uorn«y. filed MM „*! Dr A. C profeuor «*"■ '•'«*" *« ~°7 SnwrMy for 1200.000 «*w>t of education in the fniiernty *• k'"yn J**1 **" the u iCloi W*n. The Mlt is of Texas, in discussing the pos- when an Oklahoma farmer ex- ^ outgrowth of a warning let- wfciht.es of pecan grafting. Some hibited a large nam be r of boll ter alleged to have been reeeiv- Dr. Ellis became rn- w4eVlig which he had discover- ed by Mias Meyer while she £ years ago of terssted in the production ^ ^ in the roo« fire pecans. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

>'-*■ ■* V. • 4, • v % « WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEW? JAMVAMY 27. 1*22 ET j TWELVE STARR IN CECIL a DeMILLE'S PRODUC- TION 'AFFAIRS OF ANATuL' +m DOCTOR SUE PRO OFFICER FOR $10,000 MOSCOW GIRL IS KILLED ON EVE OF HER WEDDING DAY a he Winnsboro News and | Dallas Semi-Weekly News | Both for Only $1.75 I A LARGE NUMBER have taken ad- vantage of our low clubbing rate with the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News and renewed their subscriptions to our paper during the past two weeks. Remember, the offer lasts only 5 weeks more and then we will be compelled to go back to the old rate. But now yon can get the two papers one year for only. When you renew your subscription to Winnsboro News and pay us $1.25, don't expect us seveaal days later'to accept -50c as payment for a year's subscription to the Dallas News. The $1.75 must be paid at one time. This offer is not re- stricted to renewals. It is open to new ones also. Get your subscriptions in at once. Twelve stellar players and a supporting cuul in u...

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