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

VOTNNSBORO WEEKLY N«W8 MARCH 3, 19*2, .. — Sam Martin, Jeweler oSSoSd. Corman's Old St 12 CHILDREN BORN TO lotfLE IN FIVE YEARS Erow;isville, Ky., Feb. 28.— I Paii-nta of twelve c.uidren m fivo years is the ti.. Unction | that ha& just come u> l*x. ana Mrs. William Potest, living there. Four pairs of twiru were born in succession. Now a heavi- ly laden stork has ju3t deliver- ed a quartet, all of whom arr livinsr and healthy. The other eifrht are also ^et tiner along well. Th - couple have been married less than six years. 0 TITUS MAN US SLAIN, ACCUSED HELD IN JAIf I CAN YOU DO THIS? MRS. CORA WEIR THOMAS J. GIBSON Ified with the Methodic |Md#araamnW of yew., Thomas J. Gibson, died at hi* • ekairman of the Mt. Pleasant, Feb. 28.—Luth- erPhilips was shot and killeo in the yard of Tom Allen w:.o lives three miles southwest Oi here. A shotgun was used, one <jhot being fired. Allen was ar- rested and is in jail chargrd with the offense. *-0 AFTER 48 YEARS MAN ARRESTED FOR CRIM...

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

XIII—NO. 27 1st Week's Freeze and lis Result cn Fruit and Track . ~~ j | Wo are all agreed that con- italoupe alia siderable damage was done all atermellon ^ropc luouodi hx \ almost un- arc H pptccriftented Weather for the WWNmORO, WOOD COUNTY, tEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 10, lttr Wood County Track Meet Winnsboro will be honored by all the schools of the couniy on March 31 and April 1, in .. , «.av,n* representatives from an siderable damage was done all schools meet here to carry ' out the program published else where in this weeks News. It will be a rare occasion for Win- no imei- 11.21 PKR YEAR i.of March. We feel pretty Z1' ~ a/are from reports and person- jS*?' ufr4 certftin|y i our advice in Iitums on sure, npum uhu person-1 p~t murhf ~ —zr k crops we are doing our «I examination, that the Elber- X ^ command our j|- to take them up in tue ta crop on old orchards will HI?™.th{U1, that w <m of ti>e season for planting quite light, younger and mon>1 In have.rw" for this reason w...

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

* mi WINNSBORO WEBELT IflWS MARCH 10, lt22. atattm by Publkmtioa Hm State of Tmi: In Ju - tkc Court, Precinct No. 4,' Wood Connty, Texas. To the Sheriff or any Con- stable of Wood County—Greet- from maturity including 10 per cent attorney fees, doe and pay-' sbie at Wfoinsboro, Texas, on Nov. 1st., 1920. Said note was also secured by mortgage lien on the crop of P. J. Jones fbr said year 192<J, ing. tfbu are hereby commanded U> summon H. N. Graves, by (nuking publication of this cita- tion once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the* return dav hereof in some paper publirihed in your county, to be and appear before me N. E. Seay, a Justice of the Peace in and for the said County of Wood, at my office in the town of Winnsboro, in Precinct No. 4, at the next regular term of t>~.d Court, to l>e begun and holden on the 13th d*y of April, ID22 at 10 o'elock a m. then and to answer the suit of A. J. Barnett plaintiff, against D. J. Jones, B. B. White, H. N. Gr...

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

PASSION ,"hrnd ome touring jn it was heaven. '!iis some broken glass pi. ,ome fr^1"18 out for a to I* tVC- IJbJScr threw u fit- 120.85. c^i on little tour, kflSLt gort of fun, H^-td too quick and strip- TTb I*"— 190.51. his wife downtown to carfare was great; ' into one lamp post- al Iboot air that he had, jjftben in anguish cried: ijit mort(r*Re on the house Ij uke iuiit one more ride. York Evening Mail. ISate wanted making: farms in At- iwd other states to trade [•few property. If you have mi) estate of any kind for «r exchange, write me at living full description of y.-John D. Baker, De- Arkansas. SWAT THE FLY ' WTNNqrvtim _WINN3!10RQ WEEKLY NEW? MARCH 10 \m. The chief a it alao _ . xirj-, to the « typhoid fever Mid tran«miu Mich disease aatuberauoaia, dyaentary, tn. thrax, cholera and diarrhea states D. B. Bneed, Esecu-tive Texas Public Health SOME FARM FIGURES The (Dallas News) farmers of Texaa could do more thun take the Cenau* bureau report on agriculture m lexas for 1920 and...

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

4 f T , !' * % r < —a *■" iLITTLE ADS WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 10. IM* ————— CHURCH R. Weir, Editor «* A TCAR IN METHODIST Entered as second-elass mat- W?Septemher 24. 1909. at the JViU deliver in town when no£ postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ^Ie<^ C.R. Taylor, Rt. 6. 2(>. urder the Mt of March 3, 1879. ^ ^ Advertising rates made known li: f « • W« trvn —r pUnta and ship nice fresh plants. 5000 $4; 10,000, *7; 1,000, fl; Pota- toe and Tomato plants $1.60 per 1,000.—Kinsey Wholesale Plant Co., Valdosta, Ga. 27. on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS The following prices will ap- iy to political announcements ul'The News for 1922. Cash in advance. Congress State Senator Representative —r. Civil Court fudges District Judges KOR SALE—82 acres, more or less, about 1 1-4 miles S. E. of Peach, Wood County. Make me rind offer. Assessed value $410. $15.00 g P. Bond. 804 Central Nation- 10 00 ,u Bldg.. St. Louis, Mo. 26 10.001 10.00' 10.00 ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- Distr...

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

w? her >n. aunt,] IV PHK DAT | To tk | ">*t and< trousers i *vamt THIS |gh Iways |e dc Icoat rent i's Tr I'orst th IS jcles to I l)c at [INI ire 1,2* s I s NEWS MARCH 10, 1922. ,77 >ur Financial Responsibility The Captilal of the First National Bank is $100,000 K has a Surplus of ... fioo.ooo It has Total Resources of *800,000 When you keep your money here you know that you have back of you these Resources. To Safety we add Service and if both Safety and Ser- vice appeal to you may we have your account. t . First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas New Cream Station Roy Gait, well known in this community, has taken the agency of the Metzger Bros. Creamery of Dallas at Winns- boro, guaranteeing honest weights and tests. Bring me your cream every Saturday ROY GALT AT JIM GALTS BARN I Agent for Metzger Bros. Creamery —It's in Dallas TRADE MARK REGISTERED R. N. ROBERTSON, WINNSBORO, TEXAS. I have been thankful hundreds of times that I too!, 4711. I had been given up by two of our...

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

KEWP MARCH'It. i t LW ' • ■ U- . TO CALL SALT ' As the Monitor view* the sit* ation from a bootlegging lUnfl- point, it is time the good a ti- le na of Mineola and Wood coun- ty were calling a halt to this nefarious and cowardly business. It is a shame, and nothing abort of disgrace, as we look at the matter, when men are per- READ HISTORY 11 contains the life atones of men who have built cnritacauen In it you may find what they did, and how they did it. You will learn of the aaa fiees they underwent, or u © efforts they put forth, of tne AMERICAN LEGION nutted to sell moonshine whl*-j methods they employ«i. key to boys in their teens, per- g* rafly jnitting them to become intox* ^ ^ that toe rated upon the stuff which tne ^.in/<r>u while laws of the land say it Is a ceaaful, usually lived to regret Isolation to dispose of. It is their rescality, or paid for it generally rumored and rumor ea by violent deaths. upon good authority that only fo every rhi pt r of the recently boy...

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

*"°*W,AMA 3&1'f^wv® I«A«cv total of 12,730,000 and the a to it j mu| ^ . J. TM «'ra "} °s^> ^ «"*# hon« m the army ■^ttgCTTQN > for the United SU*(iB unbrawUd. I The news u requeued to an- wbwaght to themfigj, "It is for river improvement* ■ ■J"* * • l«v e Searcy 01 ^rers the iier* u me ' " ■" " u.im. MARKET mi y'v/* '^>V reports B3f RADIO PHONK Austin, Feb. 27. AgneuJtai- —,!M1_ tfOV. — — iUiSdumpp! lUver |^UlJll,aa *• * candidate for rw- ^ V6** i'Ild m*rlcet reporta tocu Ptgardinf ftv Ahu Ck>vernjtl€nl i on 10 the <***• of County hrom^c.uited cUuiy by the Uru- 'S with shame the ' ■"Sufficiency and waste relation nd graft, not — but during trie ''1 irea*urer of Wood County, sub* vergil> °f lesaa raioo station,' while. One of the bes: wl uMueen *loO,lgX),uoO „a,u . , -rf. I176.C06.000 for iu ^ * DONT WAOTB YOUR libra aehmi, how others butrow- . VACATION, US* IT ed the money to pay boara. . and gave the college their note Tha pmgneaive young maa'®* tuition, and ...

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

LYKBWf mm Sam Martin, Jeweler oSScoods Gorman's Old St Early Spring Footwear In ihe Spring Styles we offer the following, from our New Eastern Shipments Either Coal or Capo Garment The "PARKS"—a durable, n«u Oxford, with Cuban or college heels, m black and tan kid. Specially priced at $3.93 Prominent jn our new Easter display is the "MAYFLOW- ER" a sleek, well-fitting pump that any girl will be glad to wear. In black patent leather and soft kid, single strap. Buck of every radical (uhioa is • fundamental i<]f* which when traced to * it* tourcc has some particular appeal to woniaa Ar- rival of spring fashions shows the major idea this year to be "two- in-one* garments. The cape - dress and cape-suits are amon£ the newest showings. The idea offers woman a bargain of two garments for the pricc of one. The newest of- fering is the coat shown here, which is copverti- Lie either to a cape-coat or a smart raglan sleeve sport coat. When sleeves are unbuttoned they form a capa, When butto...

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

« V «•' , C'.>- .1 Wttutibxrtrxi Muklti XIII—NO. 28. Install Radio Phone at Amusu Theatre WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 17, lttt. 11.25 PER YEAR Tkc Cynosure of Boyvillo X'OXSON MOTOR CO. Wilcoson Motor Co?-, -with Wilcoxson general mana- flm.s taken over the Ford ship formerly handled oy ite T. L. Moore. In a<IOT- handling a complete line nuinc- Ford i>art8 and cars, Yilcoxson has added a ser- jepartment with M. L. Mc- and Mack Shelby as I machanics. Every car own- this section knows these anics and know they rank the lH?st in East Texas, ally seeing it and present where ileoxson says he will it is put on. He will announce this station the best in each week what he will be con- )unt.v and solicits your nected with on the following promising honest service week. He states that it will r e jnable prices. See ad else something like thirty days be- fore the outfit will arrive ana be installed. For the present he has closed down the Amusu Theatre except Lust week...

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

!*• : f 11 $ 1 1!, '• WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 17, im. Citation by The State of Texas: In Jus- . tice Court, Product No. 4, \ Wood County, Texas. To the Sheriff or any Con- j .itabie of Wood County—Greet- . ing. you are hereby commanded i Ao summon H. N. Graves, by snaking publication of this cita- tion once in each week for four •consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof in some paper published in your county. Jto be and appear before me N. E. Seay, a Justice of the Peace in and fox the said County of Wood, at my office in the town of Winnsboro, in Precinct No. 4. at the next regular term of b-.d Court, to be begun and holden on the ISth day of April, 1922. at 10 o'clock a. m. then and to answer the suit of A. J. Barnett plaintiff, against D. J. Jones, B. B. White, H. N. Graves, and A. E. Jones, defendants filed on the 19 day of December, 1921, .file No. 4186. The nature of plaintiff's de- mand being as follows to-wit: Suit on one certain promis- sory note in writing d...

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

|the the ks whtal I with 11 is | day )ret f swinl ?re it] down] |n the I is ail I where | Ion a' ik in, I t, and] > at |>y an I test I swin| —Rio |\nofl paid] as tol with { al do |VK 1 jusncu WINN8BORQ WEEKLY NEW? MARCH 17, 1922. fitting text i Chicago Jud«® th® °*her| A eolored preacher in Alaba- Mntence<l a man to take m* had at once time served a wife to a movie every Sat. ahort jaU MnieQce ^ iy night and to churdh ev-, lu, le8t nut 001,„n,lratloI1 rii. fear , of $250. II ® j | .l" ' he had been a model of recti- showing hia sermon, his heart sank to iness- , vnrj„tv see a former cellmate aittinir in ySS? fiSgy.*y.."7- sw* «3fci wthority to brint J™"" •* preacher announced solemnly: Me- —.rr s "Ah ukra hl mo'nin' _ sentences ***. , from de sixty-fo'th chaptoh and the Chicago wifa beater in- {q, hundwdth ver8€ of de ^ produce. ^ of so m "y of Job, which says: 'Dem as 1 hat is he has made chestnut It sounds like sense to 8eeg and |cnows he> and g trees a year and a half...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 March 1922

WINNSBORO WBCKLY NW MARCH IT, tWt- I > l | „ l % * ffinisboro Weekly Ntws JJTTLE AOS K. Weir, Editor |L26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro. Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS STATE REPRESENTATIVE— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE— H. V. PUCKETT. FOR TAX COLLECTOR- ERNEST McCRARY J. a BEARD FOR COUNTY CLERK- IIALL BENTON JfitfELL J. McLEOD * C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- ING—Early vsriey cabbage ana onion plants. Grown in the open and ready to set out. Bermuda onion plants are said to make large sweet juicy onions that keep longest. Large assortment garden and field seed in pack- age and in bulk.—R. A. Cain. PLANTS—Redfield beauty to- mato plants now ready xo cola frame. Tomato, early kind cab- bage, bell anl hot pepper, egg plants, potato plants, nigger oh >cker, bunch doolies, long vine dool...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 March 1922

I at any wm WINNSBORO WEEKLY news march 17, 1922. from OFFICIAL BTATRMKNT The First Nationul Bank W1NN8BOIU), TEXAS Attlm CI1'" Mansh lO, I0J2.ii-. Re tutored to the Comptroller of the Currency resources Loans & Discounts. $446,088.80 U. S. Bonds 168,550.00 Building & Fixtures 11,575.00 Available Cash 130,642.87 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100 000.00 Surplus & Profits 194,287.11 ('Mculalion 50,600.00 Rediscounts.. .... 32,658.5b Bonds Deposited 61.560.0U Deposits 318,310.51 Total $756,806.17 Total $756,806.17 Merchants & Planters State Bank iHKH No. 4tt WIN N 8 BOKO, TEX A 8 8tateiuent at the Close of Bu«ta«M March JO, 1922 resources Loans & Discounts $367,205.26 Real Estate 5,536.20 Furniture & Fixtures Bonds & Stocks .... Interest & Assessment Guaranty Fund C'.'.sh & Exchange 7,000.00 14,350.00 10,896.42 34,647.18 liabilities CapRal Stock $ 80,000.00 Surplus Fund ... 30,000.00 Undivided Profits _ 6,298.85 Bills Payable and Rediscounts ... ... 137...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 March 1922

•• J p, , I CARD OP THANKS We desire to thank each ana everyone who so kindly aaaisted us in the serious illness ana death of our dear husband and father. Also Dr. Boyd who work ed so faithfully to restore him to health. May God's richest; blessings rest upon each ana everyone is our prayer. Mrs. J T. Minshew, Emmett Minshew, Mrs. M. L. Shirey, Odes Minshew, J. M. Minshew, and families. 0 BOOTLEGGER TALKED TO THE WRONG MAN A BIG INCUBATOR HATCH Geo. Carobn, who has s large incubator at his place a few miles east of the city reporu a hatch of more than 800 chicks the past week. The chicks are thriving and seem to be enjoy- ing every minute of their time. Mr. Carson is setting 2600 more eggs and expects to have snotn- er fine lot of chicks in due time. He is making extra preparations to take care of the chicks as they come from the incubator. —Pittsburg Gazette. 0 HIGHWAY 385.8 MILES LONG Fort Worth. Tex., March 7.— Captain Joe Cornett of the Fort Worth police Department bag- ged a bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 March 1922

march 17, 1w. ■ \e<hinishment out of Style ~yet Keep theSt/le J^S beautiful and charmingly cor- rect as are these new Martha Washington styles, there is still no sac- rifice of comfort. Into their alluring lines has been wrought the rare comfort for which the makers have long been famous. Their double appeal of beauty and comfort is worthy of inspection and fitting—visit us. These fine Martha Washington shoes strike an entirely new note in footwear satisfaction. We strongly recommend that you try a pair. Choose from our complete stocks. artha ashington Shoes id Everything in Dry Goods tton Check or Plaids, per yard only hams, per yard only nestics, per yard only per yard only . ; Hose, per pair : lies Cotton Hose per pair only. 12 l-2c 12 l-2c 13c not in ritual, but- General Pershing tells the story of a volunteer battalion of rougii bucks woodmen that once joined General Grant. He 'ulinired their fine physique, but distrusted the capacity of their uncouth commander to handle tro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 March 1922

NEWS MARCH IT, IttL K -V i ♦ I ,t; Sam Martin, Jeweler oS?ccks an^ds Gorman's Old St First Picture of Princess Mary's Wedding (GIJS) PK ACOCK FOR COUNTY CLERK Dog Kept Busy Gathering. Er| Shown abore U the first photograph to reach the United State*, picturing the wedding of Princess Mary to Lord Lascelles in Westminster Abbey. London. Members of the Royal family are shown At the right. Arrow indicates Lord Lascelles and Princess Mary taking the wedding trows. HUG AND KISS COST AGED MAN $50 FINE AND MONTH IN JAIL Palo Pinto, Texas, March 14. —County Judge E. J. Pitts of Palo Pinto imposed a fine of $50 together with a jail sentence of thirty days on C. S. Maddux of Santo, on a plea of guilty to a charge assault LITTLE ELWANDA SMART On Tuesday morning, Febru- ary 28, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smart and took from them their darling baby daughter, Elwan- da. Little Elwanda was just eight months old and had she lived until July 11, she would have had her fi...

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

$ ■ jl .0Mr !<Tal land worhJ yttemj m. a the Jiarge |*tem, ITlili Trea- m n ari tlx ister | LOWj ttinf 1 tx Rem] I.95! 7 ■VT/ iifcjft!*1' PUre F00f'wh0W ^ Winn3boro Thur9day- Friday, Saturday, March 20, 21, 22. liitmsboro t.xiv. -NO. 25. No life ca" be pure, in« itb nose and all life not be stron- ™ -urer thereby. WIXNHBORQ, WOOD COUOTV, n:\Vs. march n. 1922. WOMn'" M-""r> itUrA,LU'"BCT,0M WINNSKOUO TKADES The society met Monday, 17, CHRYSANTHEMUMS CHANGED 'jhuch, 3 p. m. | For the [« i ,ii 4 a* ^or lowing of Big Film Pro- ^®in* Ml8810n Study day V.'. of 1<u|le8 1;-0X; ~ At a meeting of the Trades $1.25 PER YEAR DAY PLANS NOW COMPLETE PERSONAL AND BUSINESS 86-inch faat colored percale? ind purer inenapr. Mrs. Dabney, our Uaeher"/^^ pfnencedL in the culture of J}®* CommitteiT held "in the"of-| ductiona. "VSti Nar^oLlSlmMlR ISd ik •dag*' WHS truly verified a very interesting lecture on chrysanthemums and who wish 0 the Chamber of Com- The management of the Amu- 35c Proctor's ...

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

BW3 MARCH 29, 1922. Vfl W . Sick Headache -IkwB« wtBUdc4 when *eodeil for «he i ys ->4xJ. Km limw, of I .te. Mo. k<i'p.n tiWwf il tor a Hail c of constipation. I would C*t c< i stipm'rd arvl fcol j't«t nils- erul>!c —ilujf. • >>, tired, a bad tvt« in my nuuth, . . . and rocit mjr bead would bepin Jjj h rilnjr ui.l I would have a i f 'Vwre sick headache. 1 don't . h Unow J'Jat who nUuted lue to 11 Ult'-ne TiMord's OLACK-ORAuGHT OUR NATIONAL BRIBE TAKERi AND BOODLE SLINGERS Cyclone Da via in Sulphur Springs Echo. The scandalous corruption .ov Cmmt revealed at Wasjtfng- yjMr on niP* one thinJV^ath® *"'!Pacific sl^pe known to be ric icnt tmfea, when ^ eum> It now appv;U rulers looked people as mere suh- plunder and upon go.' but It did the work. It Ju«t seemed to cleans the liver. Very «oon I felt like new. When 1 found Hi*ck-L>raught ao easy to take und vney~ acting, I began to ua« it in time and would not have tick haadachei." Constipation causes the system to ...

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

WINNSBORO, TEXAS MARCH 20,1922. Attend the Pure Food Show March 20, 21, 22 Spring Style Show, March 21 and 22 Attend the Pure Food Show March 20, 21, 22 For the coming event we are preparing the most beautiful line of millinery, ready- to-wear and novelties. We are trying to make our store an enjoyable place to shop, indiif honest values, newest ideas, lowest reasonable prices count for anything in the business?world, then our hats for 1924 are going to set a pace that is hard tolbeat. 1 hefguidmg star of any business should be to preserve the integrity of theirjprint- iword, so?that[confidence once gained shall remain a sacred pledge more binding nM^olKAnrl I Ml. j5i han-albond. & * \fk DRESSES Distinguished Hats at a Reasonable Price For street, for afternoon, for travel, flat crepes, tailored rosli- anaras, coats, frocks of char- meen, taffetas and cantons. SPORT TOGS To the light-hearted and joy- ous, Sport Suits to inspire all women. Knitted frocks in one and two pieces. WR...

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