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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 January 1922

<w w X " « , S._ f. nnHLT NEWS JANCAIY 17. ltl1 ■w i i ii* B mm f: m WHERE VALUE GIVING HAS A PIT" POSE Value giv ng at this store id not mere'y an n tract ion. to command the atention of the buying public—Value Giving has a pur- pose—a purpose Ik wed on the principles gov- erning good business. When this store makes an announcement concerning extraordinary Value Giving it has a definite, specific pur- pose in so doing and such announcements at all times reveal the mindfulness of this store as to the wants and needs and interests of those we serve. No beter illustration of the "purpose" of this store's Value Giving could be given you than our January Clean Up event. in Quality in Value Perkins January "Clean Up" Values in Ready to Wear Remarkable indeed—ia it, that this PERKINS' JANUARY CLEAN I F' feature far more complete assortments than is u« case at this season of the year. This condition we attribute to the grea'ly increased volume of business thia store enjoyed out Ihe mont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

f ' ri •; 1 Ve ar TU 52 Suitsl 9.1 |r derruwfl nong thef (•ting, to 1 stating it| >ress 9. I pels exp offerfc ranee of i isses Item an| can I ofrt m&tfiri . pro I n-:M >ats 4 M W ies 1 * 1 iM $n m J lAJ # itmebora Mffa * Si:": XIII—NO. 22. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 3, 1922. iall We Retain Our County Agent, Mr. Davis? [t a meeting held l y a iev TO ASSIST MAKING jur business men Tuesday INCOME TAX RETURNS ling with Mr. J. K. Stan- ~~~ . DU.net Agent from Co,- Station, lexHs, who na.-> allfj 2ith, fci* the purpose of •ge of the County Agent .s: filing ndividual taxpayers in Northeast Texas, in; jn the preparation of their i9L: income tax returns. W. H. Fields, Deputy Col. 0 $1.25 PER YEAR SPEAKING OF THE BONUS jained fully the retirements the /sderal and State laws County Agent contracts, and It same cannot be maintained jer the law witout local aid [help pay the agency work, insboro took the most for- td step of any town of its SMITH-SHELBY WEDDING At high noon Satu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

WIT AGAINST fATHEK IN MtTUlEK CAfME UlbAPKLAJ* Ldwardavilie. 111.. Jai. 81 — John l>ormafi, Ml pmrt (tic rr ef witneaa again a'- hit lath rtrtliut Barman. charge with the murder at lut> wilt, uas duiippeareu polict annoan- ceil today 1 nai acheduled to tiffin tomorrow A now, purporting tn h*v iieen writtet by the boy. Btated he would, ' explain later " The elde Dorman if in jail here Dorman i* alleged to have ad- mitted murdering hit- wile June ( * kiat. after the boy i* a* d to 'i. v told police of hit lather £ j alleged guilt RESIDENCE FOR fcALE never i-rr on W* • Hlflf aer land houae ta-vlv papered and paitr* d Ke K. N. Robertaon or write W M. Hiernon. 811 ^luu- "hter building, l>aliats. Texai. 4 Tat Ontoiiic That buc* Nat Atteci Tbr Iimi b~w uf I! I« mid I'mtiw n«-t LAXA TOT UV'IMINt • •«„h-iii v-ti. l Mm by tttw.i' •ritliMit raw:., Ii'-rviiaan IK" t Hlu< u. LU" bead t. W. C JVC t- Hzjatur. uu u... mai JlvO. _ . J«DWLBK Mjiravev im"G CO I 0-MKalfT <Pe h Yoifr H DE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

*'-<M ft Yf j HK5?' ? t.nf33t 0*0 vVbii\SUOKO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 8, 1*22. tic* la c;.i* Bprti^r Tl T IBM !Ktc ' ! '' >1 U" UIKi [wenl! I puodi - et: TWl | 1&22. I p eov if. m v-ntt F I v <* IflM thart b u | ill R* r « rt m Mona it>> " "• *■] • - n. f ■ ti*- ■ •I*"®- rt [ tfc 7 '■Mil * Op- us .-a Lf W* ir.p /Ad i U t 1 'I bu ^diaj word is sa: fact! •row ItoffiM knL Hju! '.ood homm> I M pay MKitr- one rLrEI* COMMERCIAL be n mounted mii tary organic **«* 'AWAif tion to aid the State, County in caae or IN HKMORY OF MRS. ' her *nbition was to Christian- , ALICE HUlh CRENSHAW ite home-life. To hit end, her | — — light ahone through spiritual In the Webater con niunity, songs, scriptural quotations (in three und one half miles Soma- which she waa wonderfully gift- v.c.,t oil Winnsboro, ut her nome ed), symbols of heavenly love and on the came farm where and divine patience. she was born and reaied, ivlrs. Therefore, she believed Jn Alice Huie Crenshaw passea the Bib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

J'i •rf W % *•' FEBBi Airr x. i«a. WtBftsboro Weekly flews Homn R. Wen Editor Property The State of Tex at, County See Our Bargain Table at Jim LITTLE ADS — — of Woed *1 "5 A YEAR IN ADVANCE by virtue of an ortier of wile — issued OUt of the UoBOmOlt Entered uh seeond-daa* mat- County Court of Wood County. T 1 ' ffftrorv , September 'JA, 1W*. at the Texas. on the Slst day or J ami- | gVlUI 5 UlOC"!? postoffice at Winnsboro. Texas ary. A. D., 1922. * > H$n.u. VOt "I: ij-u*^ TITC11ING will t* . rec.atod. 3oe me * ^ C. iiodgen Co., or mail—( '-**) Emnui Buroughs 20-31,. noatuffice at Winnsboro. Tcxat ary. A. D., 19B. b> Hon. C. C. * J A1NT1N<—-1 woulu like u say under the act of Marcl 3. 1K7U. FerKuaon. Clark of wud Court, j.«it Hk Spite, Mustard, Nut t« th people i>' v\ inn.-> 'i ro - m the cau.*e of the Mercnania ntff, ch,vek etc 4 can* aaeor:* J a., n voui tyw l4 am kl Advertising ratw made known „r,d Planters Sta-t Bank or f(/r _ gfK pair,.inr ant. paper hanging on a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

Januarv "till 5 I •bet far rtoit if will find kd\nn- in March :r LER'S I' lor her ind > 001:4 I Japan I Aji' n EA| fining, Vi r.-'i ' <rm« I mg :ho4 kt lTcl lkl Ofcl 30(1 He I 11c 25tl ?6.0n j m ►DITE Ciiftoa I iS. le V alue of a Checki rig Account fou iyrv. Iiwvc. Uuj right change. four auivaltd checka are reccipta for bills you jiiiyc paid- lYoh nt'ia uevei pay a hill twice, if you pay by ■heck. |Yuu cannot he rotated if you curry a cluck 1a. k instead of aaah. Your money currant be destroyed l>y fir® or |q I. JA Hank Account given you staanding wiih yot.r lellow ineni. MAY WE HAVE YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT? irst National Br.r ? I Winnsboro, Texas .WOMAN EMPLOYE OF TEXLINE BANK HELP iN FORGERY Dalhart, Jan. 81.—Miss Ehba- l,!>t th Ai. a.ii, i'oi inii steno- grapher ,anu i.^k keeper e..;- pioyed hy the First State Bank ot 'lexline, Texaa, •> l>eing held 111 custody hy the sheriffs 'de- partment here on a warrant a:- ■oging forgery. At the prehmm ary trial toduy she wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

■ m' inNNaaoM waOLY Hi* i fbiuh ahy . iw Jf 4 i I i <. | ,! A WORD ABOUT YOUR INCOME TAX RETURN Mare Return* Will B« Filed Thla Yeaer Becauae of New Ruling, Says Arthur Hee- ■un, Counsel for Heemaan Federal Tax Service. The Federal Taxes are here to stay. When all bills are paid for the war, we shall have paia 65 billions dollars, and it will take 55 years to pay for it, if we can raise 4 billion each year It 'takes 3 billion to run the government and the other one billion to apply on the war debt. Here are a few of the new rulings and exemptions: Single man (or woman) gets $1,000 exemption, same as last year. Married man (or woman) gets $2,500 instead of $2,000 as last year. For each depend- ent or child, you are entitled to $400. Last year only $200. If the net income is over $5000 then only $2,000 can be claimed as an exemption. It must be remembered that if you have made $2,000 or more, if married, you must file a Return. However, your claim of exemption will be $2,500. If vo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

iatrl tatt* tUard I P&tkc by Mr. Ail setors of j : jaiu Romanc iaw BKTTEll 14—1. 'ch I 7—8 "g E ou: DONE L a . jii 0 and for and we fresh :r 9, 19I| I Mr. , iy I Pills |of kid me. j rostc ).N.l •MAt Jan,1 ' ■" • iiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHitniiimiiiiiiHiiiiininiiin vunnsihwo fVtKLt miHIIWHIHIIIHilHIl % IMS. ■ ..!* T AMEBIC AN LEGION •trifttt,* yelled C. E. Swazey at sion for its clubhouse a mveiing oi the American Le- gion post at Marion, O. Juac It took 50 American Legion aa Pi em dent Harding'* fellow- ex-aoldiera juat 24 houra to c.tizens were rolling up their build a < :'our-i«oom-and-l>ath sleeves they learned he wan on- house in Los Angeles for a dia- ly mimicking the mating call i'.Lled buddy whose home was 01' the bolshevik. (.ctroyed by fire. ■ e Winnsboro News and 'alias Semi-Weekly News Both for Only $1.75 sa Four years "oehind in hia reading, Henry Hustenden. Ger- man farmer of Manorville, L.i., has just run onto the battle or Cnateau Thierry, and now he's so exc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 February 1922

t-- I, it. The Entire Stock of Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Cut Glass, E| of the late f BOSE GORMAN h been sold b\ oidei of the (ourt ar.d will be offered to you at your owjq _pric6 Public Auction- 1 f Sale Starts THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, at 2 p. m. Sha ak 1 i - •v« c in/ icammi it tr m&tmarM | and will continue daily at 2 and 7 p. m daily until all is fold. Nothing rese™] | The chance of a lifetime to secure your needs at almost nothing. j Remember the Date, th= i Juie and the Pla< m e Presents will be Given away Absolutely FREE who attend these Sales when they Open at 2 and 7 p. ■ '■ * . .ft p ,#4:. ** :■ :V!"' •> an iven' Ifrht if! U re sp yet Mant *ity I novel iKO n M MKM music srett 1 riday tr to f EonipJi >rk tl pors ►no air lie- clnb and v ... Jt, frr v. «qp

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

I i I l !M'f i ... _. M r - I •' ■ K«r 4 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 10, 1922. o And he Yankee much is being said and |in regard to the Anti- Bill now before Con- id being a Southerner respect from time that of man runneth, not contrary having been reared in a Southern [ere, and knowing the well as anyone can, I the advice that is be- w ?d upon the Sooth by fth is ill timed. If the people after more than Ired years living with jning in daily contact ^e negro ao not know how to manage him, dull scholars . indeed, jyone could give us ad- has never had the same ce that we have had (range indeed. ►ve I voice the sentiment ry Southern man that froes of the South have more from the inter- of the North in the ar- the South than anyone pud this Antl-Lynchlng cuiy make more trouble |y way to stop lynching [the negro to stop his crimes. tarly every speech in is in favor of the bill, Icher is denounced, bill |te that started the lyn- passed over without a condemnation. We are lied to mob la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

K/jrou* i \ ♦ k , AMERICA'S WONDER COLLEGE MAN B JUUIESTV > SALE OK TRADE What Have YmT Notice I take pleasure in announcing «*• HAYOr to the ettjzen* of Winnahora ^XJIZfcSLZlStj Sitortff Ewiag Lmkn, serririf fjf%/ jure furm. four mi temporarily <tvu« south 90 to 85 are? cultiva- * Buck Garrett. gartkapr Ud n ;.,yi:. C to * ac.e cane iann.^b^tj •* MyrwJ ituotnt play* at* o* chat*«r all at o*ct ir> all a bay. ar. accident deauojred hit fight H« em *.t!xl iiittituK aritl< honor TltW ht became the firn Wind • Sia Vnivertrty ever accepted l 1921 he won the / *tu$, oi that coUtgt i!« tea lag)> mark* f ewcry wwiiu Notice of Sheriff* Sale Persona! Property The State of Texas, o: Wood. County IGREIGN DECT TO L. S. WILL NOT BE o. ■ I I *ua lirst muoiuune jraa) aie ouitaty n.int, assisted by Da- puties Snuth and Wright. if' Iliad eaghi JVO-poaiKi harr*:* a* l.ash, ioO emy iruA j< « and a Large noaAier of >ac .8 on a larni lK>rlh uurwood. The at J J use a mu,iiifacture ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

hen You hink of % \ ; 'ine T ailorin g- HAS. ROBIN Cleaners Deis WINN8B0R0 WEEKLV NEW? KKftHL'AEY U, IW. lack of faith. Many of us condemning ourselves and our stations, und the world to inly Plant in Wood c\ CO-OPERATION kCE otect whafc you ave by insuring It. Buy sound nsuranee. Let his agency ex- lain the value f a policy in he Hartford ire Insurance Co. IIBSON A CO. | INSURANCE lank Bldg. Winnsboro Nearly two thousand years have passed since Christ on Calvary's Cross said, "It is fin- ished," and had His disciples go into all the world and tell of that finished redemption, yet today we are facing the fact that one half the world has never even heard that he died. If no other land gave a single missionary, America alone could furnish the life necessary to carry the Gospel message to the ends of the ear'h. We have money enough. We have r?.e power enough. The same Lord who said, "Go ye into all the world," said also, "Lo I am with you always." Then why do we in this year or our Lor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

II I V Tm&mt f eddj Hews B. W< «LS A YEAR IS"ADVANCE U. tm. at the postoffw* at W.rnAm Texas.! under the act «f March I, 1979 rates krKnrn PI BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY- DOCS TRAINING PAY? «r- noufh Bo a. or r 1 KfNKK A MARX HOME OK HART IK HAKFNkrJ wfca £ ANNOINCEME NTS TW foftowing pty (• pohtiul TW Ne i for 1^22. Cash ap- THE SHCIK* always to Senator RtprtMftotJW GrnJ Court Judge s Amusu Theatre Diitriet Attomyt Ceur ty Officers Corr.ru ss*or er- Jn*tice of the Peace .. Constable Major J Marsha) . 3 Aldermen V. B.—These oriee* do not indc i* suberrij iox to the pa- per. and aS ' eec sn.br « u*u4 yjr pt jj tmvmomK ^... >r<,_D«ir ed for «t m ruiar rat**. #150C 10.00 ■ February 21 and 22 10.40< 10. 5.00 , : Several models in suits * ' ireases shown in Dallas style • H; show irnv«' for our stock to- o 2a ****■ *^7^®* and their - .J extreme km price will appeal to 2 .7 you. T. B. Turner A Son, 1.50 , — PRAISES 4711 Rotiertson. Winns- Sir: I took 4711! tms- it rst _ / ■ la a r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

>ur md •ics iu • -1 >r r 4 MERCHANDISING EVENT LOUIEfi. HESS PITTSBURG M Nort least Texas will welcome the event of this remark .hie .sale in the same spirit that await* the arrival of the hi* oil gushers that are confidently expected to be a reality m tftis part of Texas at an early date. As scoiss of drills are steadily penetrating deeper in the effort to tap natures treasure house of the golden wealth that geologists be- lieve to He store! beneath our feet, LOl Iii IJ. I.ESS is go ng ta release the greatest array of genuine bargains in wearing apparel for men and boys that this section ever had the oppwetunity of patronizing. ig Gusher Is For 10 Days Only BSRff S THE BIG OUpHRR SALE includes every article in this big $40,000 stock. The merchandise in the Big Gusher Sale is from the same lines regularly carried by Louie B. Hess including «s it does such world famous brands as Hart, Schaffner & Mjirk and Kirschbaum Clothing, Edwin Clapp and Florsheim and Walk Over Shoes. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

T„- " v W1NN8B0II0 WBBKLY WITS FEBRUARY 10, 1922. i-l I illlllillltillltllHlfllllHHMIIilllllllllllllJIIIIi nillllltlllllUlliniltlllllill! " -FRIDAY # ' p -SATURDAY Of course its another PERKINS value demonstration. MORE VALUfT YOUR MONEY. That'* why you always find ' BUSINESS AI/ONO SMOOTHLY" in the PERKINS STORE. We are alway,^ ourselves to see just how much we can Rive our customer* in exchanJT1 their dollars and cent#. Moat people have always found us giving in* much if not n little bit more than is usually to be had elsewhere Anv M folks; We are constantly doing our best and as evidence that we are JL? ing profrress we point to the ever increasing list of satisfied patron, this town and vicinity. And it is to be found just the same in «li i!Lz where PERKINS is running a store. w We hope to make thia Dollar Day the biggest SPECIAL SALE DAY we have ever announced. Moat assuredly we are offering values that are worthy of the serious consideration of very economically inclined indiv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

WmNSMKO WKRXLT WtWf fHMVAKY M, IMS. yTairDB«gr<aBi<MMr.i I 4 J MIC ARLIHS IS WELCOME RECRUIT TO SCR BIN For sheer artistry of prow- t'.on "The Devil," which is tfi« current offering at the Amusu Theatre, must l>e listed amon* t.je best of the season's photo- plays. For superb dramatic interpre- HBIRKS8 TO HUGE ESTATE TO WED FACTORY WORKER Chicago, Jan. 81.—Mrs. Mai ion B. Stephens, daughter ot the late Norman B. Keam or Chicago, an heiress of a fortune estimated as large as $40,000, tutinn AT TiTh 000 *nnouneed her engagement rotehSTSEL^J? VI. w ! in New Yo* yesterday to A,.x. J" * th* B' j underovitch Vansiataky, an em- P f "J"0""1"- P'oye of th. Baldwin Locomotive mrt Works > Philadelphia, accow !wfve°Uh,«SSJkithf.,"^ fe* dVi- - ?n'".Ln" J-", rMl" Wl" "IT® " '* "roiled that they will "The nivir fn IK ^3* th0" makc their home, following the ihe Devil in three acts. marring ;n hi. To relate the componenrs which go toward making "The Devil" such an amazing produc- tion wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 February 1922

4* 9 * lift. r * OF GORMAN JEWELRY STOCK F9Pr % r ■I . Now Going on will continue daily until all is sold. The stock is complete and we wifl] offer for sale anything you want. Just ask to have it put up. The entire stock Shai been re-arranged so you can see it. i r hi « I " COME NOW, FOR THE EARLY ONES GET THE BEST PICK1 Presents Free at Each Sale COLONEL SAM FISHER America's foremost auctioneer, will have entire charge of this sale and the entire _ stock will be at his mercy. Every article offered will be sold regardless of price. J Mr. Sam Martin wishes to anno, ice tl.at he will continue to repair watches, etc., | during this sale at the old stand of XT- TWO SALES DAILY—2 and 7 p. m. J .liiuiiiiuuiniaiwtiiiiuiituiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiitiiittij;. , k., a*,. us uter plied BO: jrina jrina heiij I I 55.5? L6j. $r.n ["he ! K>7*' \ hnii it by Ol| (thir I Ire fori |A vwn lo hung fod \ ill J>p. whl |Ptf! lei aliz, g[ it is Ntrv. At thl 01 I ral inn L per [ ^"t Cillir| PI-'"-; Jn. W ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

si • 3 I ■ (a, A ■<#" ittttsborn tjtUC-NO.J4. 16 Hens Net $139 in Month Marshall, Texas Keb. 2, 1922. The News; Winnsboro, Texaa. [i-ving lived iif Winnsboro a iiher of years I have always a very personal interest in , town. I have especially )Ught of Winnsboro during financial depression. have often though what a idrcd oi two pure bred chic- ,s placed on every farm at _o(i County would mean to Ugl)oro. If these were pure I hens from a good egg fay- i strain, propertly culled and ng fed balanced ration and ierwise properly cared tor ,re would )« no talk of hard es because of the short cot* crop- . • . . /hen we came here about yesrs asro there was ahsolu- no interest in poultry. There ,e plentiy of scrub hens, bu5 >se were carried ft a loss. Ve have now organized a iltrv association and every is becoming interested, man to whom we sold ^ chicks last season has >ked an order with us for 0 this season. .'his alone is proof as to his :cess. 1 could mention num- >us other in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

vnXNSBOKO WEEKLY NEWS FBBRUARY IT, lt2f tflSIC AIDS ACTORS j FO.lKdT HOME HIGH SCHEMES AND IN MAKING SCENES I HOSO* ROLL HUMAN NATIRL % ii ;s > i n FOr. "IICMOEESQl E" i the list of V atli after ,M. .ill' v.cek *nd ye .i -^i.v-Ker" ami t-><- | X..d following is | :na..4.i apfeur oa the hot a/u . Movie director* are great be-'^ n,j (,f the Forest Home high v. W niai<|e nay Lever* it; atn oaphere. Some o^; «enol3 iOfi .L it is the pontons wi.j them insist that emotional see- H:£li First nes cinno: be filmed with ,us-> #v 3^1 J, B. Rose. t:« without the aid of music. ^ y.nt Director Frank Berzage. who paij Kennimei, Hoy Winkle, i ar>#fl-d "Humoresqw/ coming >v ^ Martin. Jim Lsrhy, Goldie to the Amuau Theatre /ebruar/j^ Maxine McCa. y. 28 iu: J March 1. is of this tyv*.j Seeoiu' Grade So.ne of the scenes of "Hu Aline |>arbyi Lddit Fohner. ores >' ■" m laid in New \o gi •Jepisin ij.i'f^'jr on the Fast Sidei Borzage accordingly brought a, Hebrew rur*nr and his c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

wiNNsnono weekly wswa February ™ im ,c"«i wnnti rs and >£ comfi |TY-F( | . bull ' i-i'Js i C>!N'C | chill <ort by •« When jratmtf i Ithe ctHselM Ipetif" yog >ni< value, nil Tonic ^ I ledli pn like it nfy it i hInrial «n^thenta igh VLING «ops tbei nd irriti O-P Head I th every J |ONEY. chest i lih th«| _ Ihruuik I linoMC 11. JSc. \ .tj ■OM, Fd ■■ | aslooslljj i'he i '.rrosei dsn Dent at I | i:.f. tVS ag t« *M( in tklj lr red I -iU. M II tad | kind, il an/t^WJ k lib" |e Kill Is. rat li, vUtj Jtt tl f to I loirs." frsBl Wf'-'sfr;-:- ■w?* * THE BIG GUSHER SALE BROUGHT IN BY LOUIE B. HESS at Pittsburg [(fwJit'm VT]ng' Fe! ^u.ar'y 10th, went over the top with a bang. It was impossible ar^ ii in our good friends and customers the first two days of this sale and we , . # n,« K,V PucW mu' Sr y, W1ih , cur ma"y customers throughout North East Texas. The last tfe Rio- Pusher Snip Onlv n'i 'V 'ruar-v ^Oth and we know we will be busy for the rtmainirg days of * th? riponlp nf Nort...

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