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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 September 1920

, 1M. - ft - ■ v, * <■ ■ ' r K, , ♦ • >'* . Tyler ' ur? St is the the ether gin models anxious them. remely stylish and beautiful Lut (wonder of wonders) rived. Whut I* frsir Mart I* crlai Ur 8ltl« r*lr lit T«m>. 4 '*« ot Oi l I* M. ' liUU id tkf mi u •Uboi-i* tcMic ntnv price. Skeen-Dodgen Company. y.ey quested by reasonable re exceedingly Best Methods of Meet ing Scarcity of Labor on the Farms FALL MILLINERY Have you seen the newest? We receive something perfectly charming and absolutely new, almos: every day, and if you It! H I !r 1 M' i the aauitr.v that we do our[p.'./v, don't see it all you are missing Fin getting a county exhibit ml something. The models we show present it at the Tyler fair. :You pic- the cream of the entire There iff a possibility of aecur-|'narket, the picked fiom ing seventy or seventy-five Jin« . We handle exclu- tides of *ood material and if lively in Winnsboro. the "Elsee hing that The moit effective method of n.ight think of bring it «lo:.g. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

KN W-v- : ■, ■ K*1 ' '' . ' I . 7v T3T ! , 'f . •.-AV f "TJ- i ™ ' y ' -i? • «•.' '•">/ iS'f'P •' Kt&PKOPMB m v r ' '■ DU XII, NO. 6. W1NN8BOHO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 1. 1U20 ■111b v l.2B PEH YEAH !ar of Dodges Just Received me ^uick you want one- Gasoline and Lube Oils. hw Rnpkat r< ff a? i nn rv t Tires and Tubes, Ford and Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. I If Five pounds Sugar for $1.00. .Other grocery bargains. Cc me to see me when you [ant to save money on groceries and automobile accesssories. ' "We have what you want. TOM S. STEED. I ml IWW , OFFICIAL STATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBOIiO, TEXAS At the Clone of Hu lnrn Sept. h, | 20, a* Rendered to the 0111 .trailer of the Currency RKSOUROKH Loans and DiaoounU $f I ">7,671. (Ml U. 8. Bond« 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 CMh (ndExchcnfa 210,718.31 LIABILITIES Capital Siock $100,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided 1'rofUt . Unearned Interest.. Circulation D.poilU 100,000.00 100,000.00 3,105.74 48,600...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

MvdHP ' "SMILES OF 1920" IS STATE FAIR FEATURE N SUITS AND DRESSES AGRJCOLTU Ri FALL MILLINERY which aru October 9 to 24. at Dai's*. Tk* me su«u liiiui il-.u U tlia > m ef an •labotute scenic extrar- HV H L 11A Wh*t have you for the T.vlt >; | k;.u P(ti lurij fair? It ih i> I they H'estt'd by the the ether sioeo'^ ■ the country that we do our i • ■ ' Have you seen the newest ? We reoeive something perfectly charming and absolutely new, idiros: every day, and if you lon't 8*.-e it all you are niis.-Ung Several new models have ar- rived. We are anxious to have you inspect them. Not only are jv mft«*ajce from Mar* ta prising extremely stylish and beautiful t ftie Bwto fair of Task*, of (wonder of wonders) are exceedingly reasonable In .... . ..... * in getting a county exhibit e present it at the Tyler fair vou i r; i* a possibility of ami -.market, the best pic k. srJmany lines. We handle exclu if slvely in Winnsboro, the "Elzee" j the "Ach" nnd the "Paradise" hats which give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

t xii. N0- 6: WINNSBOttU. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, " ('TOBlilt 1. ~ £jX of DodgCS Jlist Received £?e me Quick if y°u want or,e- Gasoline and Lube Oils. liWnPh Bucket Cnffpp $i on r- ' jo * m-. ™ ??,anc* ^ulDes' Ford a.n<i Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. knt to save monev on ' JLopripcmH poVn(,s ^gar for Other grocery bargains. Come to see me when you e> on groceries and automobile accesssories. \e have what you want. TOM S. STEED. , OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBOHO, TEXAS At tlie Clone of liiiNint'HM Sept. M, I#20, „„ Rendered to the om troller of the CurreiicT RESOURCES Loans and Dinoountt 9ttA7,671.00 U. S. Bond 112,000.1)0 Huildinjj and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cash and Eichtni* at 0,718.3 1 Total $l,0OO,()HU,40 LIABILITIES <'apitul Slock Surplu* Kund Undivided lJrolH« ... Unearned Interest.... Circulation Dipotlto $100,000 00 . ... 100,000.00 100,000.00 3,105.74 48,000.00 e40.aso.aa Total $1,000,088.40 The Abort Statement Is Correct ALP MORRIS, Caahtsr. No. 464 Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

,-T * OF 1920" IS STATE FAIR FEATURE SUITS AND DRESSES AGR1CULTUJ Several new models have ar- rived. We are anxious to have by a l: dam .0 i ... tir? It il v ♦ ™i„ What have you tor tho Tyler you inspect them. Not only ate nr<Mi« fr>ir. Mar u crnini extremely stylish and beautiful the Statu rail- of Texas, da"m of ^ut (WOIMJer 0f wonders) tlie> leh at o< uber t> u> 24. at Dai's*. .. . -„ku in tiie country that we do our pt bwm. uom il-.-. u tbt "" «lin«rfv reasonable In af an elaboiute scenic extra*- jnn.c. Dnmu-v<«ii«> ~ m . ■ present it at the Tyler FALL MILLINERY Have you seen the newest? We receive something perfectly charming and absolutely new, Hiiro..; every day, and if you M extremely styiisn ana ueauumi, ainu^: t °! lut (wonder of wonders) they that w> A)aur ,, V.lon't soe it all you are mi^ng i" the cream of the entire «• — «• '"> * ti.'. I'" oydln^y .ww** In ,7^'.". TiL.t.* Th. model. . .tow price. Skeen-Dodgen Company. « i no th< "w !s9 f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

XII, NO. 6. IttttgfoOTJOf _J **L? U 1 WIKIVQtinUA 11/ . ? , W1NNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY 0BER 1, 1920 ■ T. ">> $1.26 FEU YEAR ,ar of Dodges Just Received me Qu'ck y°u want one. Gasoline and Lube Oils. Iik (prt Rurkpt PnflFpo «i no i?- , . . ,,, Tires and Tubes, Ford and Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. I J to lave mrnpvnn m • i po"nds p"£ar for ?1'9°- Other grocery bargains. Come to see me when you bnt to save money on groceries and automobile accesssories. We have what you want. TOM S STEED ■ iniH -wrT , OFFICIAL STAT KMHNT The First National Bank WINN8BOKO, TEXAS At the Clone of Bu.I.m. 8e,,t. H, IW20, .. Rendered to the on. .trailer of the Currency RESOURCES Loans and Discount* ..; $057,fill.(M) U. 8. Bond* 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cash and Eiohang* a 10,71 5.31 Total $1,000, DH0,40 LIABILITIES Capital Slock $100,000 00 Surplus Kund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 100,000.00 Unearned Interett 3,105.74 Circulation 48,600.00 DapoalU 049.aSO.SCI Total $1, COO,086.40 Th« A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

m Sr I — "jp "SMILES OF 1920" IS STATE FAIR FEATURE 2V mpitasf from Mar* la erring •jo the Stall! Fair of Turn, ditto* of which ar« October to 24. at Dal'na. th me*sa*u (tow M-.« U the «f an elabomte acenlc extrat- surrs AND DRESSES — agricultural; ft. BY B L. DAI FALL MILLINERY newest ? ,i What have you for the Tyler ' u IT fair? It is K Have you seen the We receive something perfectly charming ami absolutely new, almosi every day, and if you don't see it all you are missing show bnavc—^ -v veto**.? A ng • agarua, taking the form of a nvisl* Ml. rtvue, staged by the noted French producer, Kmll de Herat, and known m r>« Recat's "Smile* of 1920." Df Hocui and hla acenlc artlnta are already on the ground* a( Dallas preparing for the extrnvaganxa. An afternoon and night performance will begin each day at the State Fair of IVxaa. Tbia will he the flr t tlmo that the production haa been ahown (lie public, the French producer efcooalug the Stato Fair of Texaa' gi- gantic collaeum to of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

for M XII, NO. 6 nil, 1 T u ■w • 1 • ' ( CTOBER 1, 1920. n < $1.25 PER YEAR :ar of Dodges Just Receive g/J See me quick if you want one. Gasoline and Lube Oils. Iw Rnpkpt Toff™* <&i nn t?- ^ o. n ^ Tires and Tubes, Ford and Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. I t to Uvp mnnpv nif'<1 • i Pounds Sugar for $1.00.1 Other grocery bargains. Come to see me when you lint to save money on groceries and automobile accessscries. "We have what you want. TOM S STEED lijam C'r s OFFICIAL STAT KM KNT The First National Bank WINNHBOIIO, TEXAS the Clone of HMM|iie M Hept. H, |f ao, a. Keitdered to the on .troller of the Currency RESOURCES Loans end Discount* $H57,671,09 (J. S. Bond* II2,dOO.IX) Building and Fixture* 11,100.00 CMh «ndExchang* ai8.71S.31 LIABILITIES Total $1,000, WW, 40 f'apltul Stock SurpluK Kuml Cndlvldud l'rollu Unearned Interest Circulation Dapoalta Total . ,. $100,000 00 100,000.00 100,000.00 3,1 OS. 14 48,600.00 e40.aso.so ....$1,C00, 86.40 The Abort Statement la Correct A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

m m ■ "SMILES OF 1920" IS STATE FAIR FEATURE SUITS AND DRESSES AGRICULTURE FALL MILLINERY BY b L da> Several new models have ar- rived. We are anxious to have you inspect them. Not only are i. <™i.« extremely tyli h and "55 by the the dher Mm- Jtf a<n*axe from Man Wthe auto r jr .«f t«.., de*«e of Ut (wondei of wonders) Which are 0< i 'f "r i U 24. at Dai'i*. , ., , -rw. how ii-.-u u u« ore exceedingly reasonable in '•f as •Uboiai* *cenic extra*- price. Skeen-Dodgen Company. What have you for the Tykr " mc rair? It is K . or k..c i I jff!B Best Methods of Meeting Scarcity of Labor on the Farms tides of ^cod materia] there is anything that I, . .uri ■*r* n«e e r y#m 1 Have you seen the newest? We receive something perfectly charming and absolutely new, almoc; every day, and if you the country that we do our j. "on ? 8ee 'l >ou *rc '^n8 in getting a county exhibit flu; something. The models we i>how present it at the Tyler fun.'you ^ ^ c™< oftthJe e"tire There is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

. XII, NO. 6 -tz •< WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, (fc'TOBKR i. ll>2<) $1.25 PER YEAR !ar of Dodges Just Received See'me quick if you want one. Gasoline and Lube Oils. Ih Bucket Coffpp <Ki nn i?i~ i c c *1 nn ASianc* ^u^es' F°rd apd L)odge Springs, Bumpers,etc. Lit to save monev on 'eroppripc l™\ poV £ ^or Other grocery bargains. Ccme to see me when you _ _L groceries and automobile accesssories. V e have what you want. TOM S. STEED. , OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank winnsboro, texas' At the Clone of Buslaea* Sept. 8, 1B20, a. Rendered to the o.n .troller of the Currency RESOURCES Loans and Discount* U. 8. Bonds 112,000.00 Building and Fixtures 11,700.00 CMhandEzohuig*. 210,718.31 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000 00 SurpluH Kunil 100,000.00 Undivided Profits . Unearned Interest.. Circulation Deposit* 100,000.00 3,105.74 48,600.00 e4e.aso.es Total $1,000,986,40 Total 91, C00, #86.40 Th« Above Statement la Corrast ALP MORRIS, Cashier. Nn. 454 Merchants & P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

'.V f .i w*h ill i \ n i 1 x P •f a Yt « / I — Kill That ColdiWith CASCARA FOR Cold*, Coagka £> QUININE l«"m Neglected Colda are Dangerous T«k no chanc#*. Kaep this mandarJ r*m«dy handy for the flret ne«t . Braaki up I cold in 24 hour* — R«H«vh Grippe in 3 dey —Ricellent for Headache Quinine in thia form doe* not affect the haad—Caacara ia beat 1 onic Laxative—No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT FIRST H0N1 WITH SE< kNK m Denison, Se; "spike" mule t plane is a long j^nip, but both modes of locomotion have en- tered into the liv|M of Mr. and Mrs. I. Linduey oi Denison, who recently celebrate! ,their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey began no other fifty years will see so mcuh development in the State. After their journey from Ten- nessee in the early seventies, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey settled in . ' Sherman, where they lived lor J"" (sixteen years. At the end or that period they came to Deni- son and have resided here ever since. TESTS. BROWN AND OX-BI SHOE PO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

; 0. — ' \ , the universal car Reduction in Prices ot Ford Products The War is Over and War Prices Must Go Effective at once, Ford Cars, Trucks ind Tractors will be sold f. o.. b. Detroit it the following prices: 'ouring Car (plain) during Car (starter Runabout (plain) tunabout (starter) Chassis (plain) [ruck (pneumatic) toupelet edan ractor r $440.00 510.00 395.00 465.00 360.00 545.00 745.00 795.00 790.(^ The Ford Motor Company majde this reduction in e face of the fact that they have on hand imme- ite orders for 146,000 and sixty-five cars and trac- "s. The company will suffer a temporary loss ile using up the material bought at high prices. are willing to make the sacrifice in order to ing business back to agreeable conditions as pick as possible to maintain the momentum of the ying profit of the country. Henry Ford says: "The war is over and it is time lit' prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom trying to maintain an artificial standard of val- js. For the best interests ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

* V. Wgn *■ J •n|a •ft" 'U' i If8* 0*m Revealing a Rare Combination of STYLE mUTYand VALUE Nob that it is unusual for it i? *HWay8 with PERKINS £&=$£!5 wondefu, UW^YhaTT „£$ thinp irt.aSSl" ""•* APPAREL 4U«, Oi C /i A/fr 8 as we have and just as every woman who has viewed the great di!s PERKTWS°q featured by tiie bin Stfre- Thi8 ad has been prepared that you miShfc iS« *1 W"' '""of what tot' Pect upon your visit to our non_ m Rea^y-to-Wear Section it could not be other thai, a Z Je Won*t vni7"a 1,1'' so ib is '"tended, ferkina Bro«. Co. Style- INDIVIDUALITY is t, h 3&r AZZJ-& lie Suits as shown by- Perkins Bros. Co. The PERKINS display of Suits offers a rare selection of styles completely representative of the many lines, lengths and fashion ideas of this season with so many many tendencies. Individuality is the keynote so noticeable in the Suits, and the variety of materials and models are bound to prove most satis- fymg to every woman. In these delays will be found int...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

TS I a* e,| Of Kif ■MOM eptone 3 FOR S on, a brake, for $1 Winnsboro I ' SSIFIED Two lighthouse- keeping jpoms. Mrs. Cm-ley, tel- One 2-hbrse wag- lOrnward, 2% in, gear tically new, will sell Mrs. J. T. Coe, north 2d FOR ftENT—Two furnished rooms. Apply at this office. One small bay pony, white stripe on tail. Ad- vise N. W. Boyd, route 1, Winnsborn. SINGLE MILL WANTED— State conditions, price, etc. XW, this office. WOOD—Now is the time to be- gin th'jjking about your winter wood. I "have stove and fire wood, any length and can deliv- er promptly. See me at one©. Roy Gait. Our Recent Arrivals MILLINERY > * show discrimination in selection and that we are mindful of the requirements of women exact- ing style values. This showing is very large and embraces stylishly smart,youth- ful models and models for ma- trons, including many members of Gold Medal Hats Campbell's Big Five FOR RENT—The McMillan res- dence, either furnished or urn furnished. Phone or call on A A. Angle at Hurdle'...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

', 1 1 y ■ * i . -p, r \ wV1 ^ .T'"**" *- *""" * ' ——— DEAD b a burden whan the body 1 with pain. Everything and the victim become* nt and downhearted. To back the sunshine take , COLD MEDAL • i . p I 1 L.'l !C \ I'SUI t S ■ anion*] ratnadjr of Holland lor oval I' "> •natny of all paiiu r " bom lridn«7, liver and uric add All druf*iai , thrx aUaa. > C U M*4aJ «a SAM CHOWDER COMMITS SUICIDE < ?,V uii ,uri •rT I «n :|« V >!♦;< A Tonic For Women "IWM hardly able to drag, I ns so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Raj-, of Easley, S. C. The doctor treated me lor about *— months, itiU I didn't get aay better. I had a large f-im- t % and felt I surely must do something to enable me to take of my little ones. I had lof Sam Crowder, a well known citizen of Como, committed sui- cide Wednesday afternoon, dy- ing just afterward. The Echo could not learn the full particu- lars except that he had been up to Como and his son-in-law, Edgar Stanley, had carried him home in an auto. When th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

•V '' LUMBER will save you money on all is of lumber at our mill, 3 miles [h of Winnsboro: We will sell :inds of lumber at a great 're- 3d price for the next few days, or write T. W. LAW WINN8B0R0, TEXAS AGRICULTURAL NOTES. BY B. L,. DAVIS. ' After eight or ten days work, with the co-operation of the peo- ple of WinnBboro and the sur- rounding territory I have suc- ceeded In getting up rin exhibit for the East Texas Fair at Ty- ler. It consists of all kinds of can- ned vegetables and fruits, jel- lies, jams, marmalades, pickles, dried fruit, tobacco, cotton, com, sugar cane, peanuts, pumpkins, sweet potato, squash, "kershaw" pepper, new and old Irish pota- toes, new tomatoes, beans and such like. —— ED STORE |have bought the Rhone Feed *e at Winnsboro and will han- full and complete line of Al- ia Hay, Bran, Chops, Shorts, >le Maize, Chicken Feed, Syrup |kets, Packers Cans, Charcoal, Also Will Buy Your Peas and Peanuts land pay you top of the m" i{ft for H.ime J The exhibit is go...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 October 1920

VICTOR TANKING MACHINI PARLOK re- Mrs. R. N.gj Robertson Iihs election moved her stock of Victor-Vic- . . . , „ _ Following 1b copy of letter The interest of the South in handed to the Grand Jury Democratic success this year ie gan-ing the prirnarv ele_ inrtaT'^f aft m'C 8enl' mud.dle and printed at the re- trolas from the drug store and u?, a' 1 vital. quest of the election managers: is nnu I invito in nns m the I he second paragraph of the i>er 28th, 1920. Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution is very is now located in one of the new buildings a few doors north Winnsboro, Texas, Septem- of the old stand. A full lino of dear in 28th, 1920. the different type* of Victor provi mg that when the right To the Foreman of the Grand machines are on display as well . vo'e ls denied by u state to Jury now in Session at Quit- as a large line of records. The citizen* for any reason e .«pt man, Texas. new location is prettily arrang-' pa icipation in rebellion or Dear Sir:— ed and it is a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

Ki I ii< * T U B02I7ON' NO 7. ■ •• WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEX IS, OCTOBER 8, 1920. ■I _ ——P _ _ _ _ x ^ WHr-, $1-25 PER YEAR I ~:" — ' laaaaa—Imssrtrr-. ■ - ,, , , I - . ■ — ■ ; —r. r i — I* Or DoCl££eS Jfust See me quick if you want one. Gasoline and Lube Oils. TWw <n nn to _i ^ Tires and Tubes, Ford and Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. o see me when y< TOM S. STEED. i n «? ™ Aires and Tubes, rord and DodgeSprings, Bumpers,etc. (net; tfucKet orree, $1.00. Five pounds Sugar for $1.00. Other grocery bargains. Come to see me when you bit .0 save mon^y on groceries and automobile accesssories. We have what you want. thm q QTtriTin OFFICIAL HTATBMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBORO, TEXAS At th« Clowe of Bu«ia«M Sept. 8, 1 20, •• Rendered to the om.itroller •( the Currency RESOURCES Loans and Discount* tA57.571.09 U. 8. Bonds 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Caih •mllich*ai< .. 31S.718.31 Total $1,000,980, 40 LIABILITIES Capital 8tock $100,000.00 Surplus Fund 100,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

Colds, C i|ki Will I STATE FAIR WISE WOMAI tells*. Testa.—The great Ittt* Tmir mt Tiui ckld astng* wtd« Ma • for a alitaea day's sspo-i «f«rr •Hurt to take of all acii*)U* by ■ebedalie* dir> Bom* thing will ♦at h da7 of the sistnsa mi alone attract tha great emu of a mill km who will •xposition galas. kit for tie p*r- ttcalar concern of organisation. 3Mudr kai km overlooked BiUir, October 10. will bo Seaodlaaviaa Day; Mortar. October 11. Wholesale Mana telartn' Dtj; Taoeday. October 12. Hulco Day. Dillai I y. CoiuioOns Uy; Wednesday. October It. flee Arts tar. 24to Dtvlslos Day; Tbaraday, Oct- ober 14. CatUemoa'a Day. Tataa Eclee- £ £ «r . Wicka—I gave tha cook ran to all the drawer*. Mr. Wicka—Do 70a think it's ■igsf Mrs. Wicka—Tea; n«< or.e of will lit USE FON AIRPLANE. pis-«« Kill That Cold With CASCARA D QUININE AND La Grippa Neglected CoUa are Dongeroua EeopSSb alnsAard remedy handy for tha flrat ew op m caid in 24 boors — ReUe*ee 3 l^s-ti.M f« HeeJache ia (Ma (arm daw mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

I sir % mmmm k '■ " I 1 v • m •« Jul i#JL ; i> 41 Firm of * n , ■ •A & IfB} • > *■ - ;.<>■ ^.i.v•* •- > yp F ■• •. jiM^v" ■Pi / 1 -Jf'" i ■ % . T . >r.W> I I « I .* k • •Mi In the face of cotton going down, Winnsboro business property and farm lands continue to move when placed in our hands for sale. ' wil The amount of sales of our firm for the first week in October total $82,000. We have a number of prospective buyers for town property, both business and resi- dent. If you want to 8*1^ give us exclu- >owpro;*• \£ you our beat aeiv*cc. We believe if *ny- bodv can sell ymfr pro >erty we can. j MB if .you are in the market to buy watch for our page ad next week, and don't for- get to see us for your wants. We are anxious to make you loans on good land notes on long time. You will find us^at our office in'the M. & P. Bank building. LINDSEY & WHITE Leading Real Estate Firm : j Winnsboro, Texas & ■*> ' < ft y • JSi, i .v; , < v . - V i...

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