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

I • MARCH 26, IWL Ym II • 5 Ik. — nrjTj' This Week Perkins Begins a 1 hat Will Be Quue the Feminize *aiK of Winnsboro AKCM PlEKIKIINS Jashion |yEn TS the march fashion events are the outcome of the perkins combined store efforts to render genuine service to the public. we come forward with this announcement just at the time hundreds of women and girls of this section are beginning to feel the need of new spring apparel. to provide the women of winnsboro with the very smartest new york fashions of the hour, at prices that will consie erably lower the cost of being well dressed—is the whole heli ful idea back of perkins march fashion events. WEEKS AGO WE BEGAN CONCENTRATING our full energies and INFLUENTIAL PURCHASING POWER INTO this effort, and now THE COMBINED STOCKS OF NEW SPRING APPAREL in the big perkins STORES RUNS WELL OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND dollars. such PURCHASES BRINGS VALUES THE AVERAGE STORE COULD not possibly hope FOR, HKRE AT THE OPENING OF THE NEW SEASON. ifc THE ADV...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 March 1922

WINNSBORO W! ,int irUfri CD ^*ne ^ePa*"n8 Clocks and Optical v L ■■ ■■■ll Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Children and Money I—#"****" Every child should be given a small amount of money from time to time. It is nice to give a small Bum at first; the child will value it quite as much as a larger one. Even with five cents the little people can learn to plan and save for special things. Start an Interest Account here for the little ones and help them to I build it up. FIRST NATIONAL BANK !WMN8B0R0,% * TEXA8 IN WINNSBORO 21 YEARS Buy it at FOWLER'S THE FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS A complete assortment of Drugs and Sundries Prescriptions our specialty—Filled day or night. [a fresh supply of Nunnally's Fine Candies; not the best, but as good as the best. I We strive to give you service, efficiency, courtesy— ALWAYS IF DRUGGISTS SELL IT WE HAVE IT MKTHODIDST CHURCH Sumtay's services were grati- fying indeed. Those who were lortunate enough to be in at- tendance at the evening hour know the things ...

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

winnsboro wkmka' wjws march 80,19tt. ff 4 I \h Announcements For Representative, 34th Dist.: J. ft WOODS For Judge, 7th District - —' J. R. WARREN For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD • (Re-electon) • ' ' * For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL For Sheriff: H. L. DENTON. CARL PUGII R. E. (E^RA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLAS For Tux Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. SHJREY For County Supt. of Instruction B. W. EDWARDS. D. E. W1I1TE J. U. SEARCY For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG A. B. HAWKINS For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Constable, Prect. 4 J. 0. WHITTER For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER E. N. (Ellis) BROWN J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY discharged too soon i Planting Seed Boston, Mass., March 17.— Crimes committed by former service men following the war are chargeable in many instan- ces to effects of combat, and to hasty discharge from service, according to Wm. j. KevTIle, We have ...

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

We carry |one of the most corn- stocks of Lumber in North- east Texas arm 'v.n fill your bill h, nu matter plete all the wav whether y u barn or a and our st > thing in th ■ i i d building a 11-net. See us ro you buy any- • ine. Scrogs'ii- i' i ll nond SRIfFS BY CABLE, WIRE, WIRELESS Sreat Events That Are Chtng- lnfl World's Destiny Told in Paragraphs ITEMS OF INTERliT TO ALL •hort Chronicle of l a«t Occurrences Throughout the Union and Our Colonics—Nsws From Europe Thai Will Interest. L DOMESTIC Lu air ^o. ■ ANNIhL J*ilH£ FOOD SHOW Auspices >f Edel.veiss Club, in Armory Building- March 20, 21 and 22 STYLE SHOW AFTERNOON AND EVENING ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT $2.50 IN GOLD FOR THE MOST ATTRACTIVE BOOTH. SECOND PRIZE—ANGEL FOOD CAKE Many Valuable Prizes Given Away Greater and More Bountiful "Eats" Than Ever Before SALE ON ROSES We are selling out all of our big stock of fine rose bushes at reduced prices. These are all two year old bushes, of fine stock in the following varieties...

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

MARCH W, 1 M. i ft. Ti . , i, i- Electric Range Demonstration jj J At ELECTRIC BOOTH PUREiFOOD SHOW A 6-Cup Percolator Given^Free | First^5 Ranges Sold on Special {Terms Other Electrical Appliances'on Display J East Texas Public Service Co. j J Cordially Invites You To TheirjBooth ~Md ■>..atem ■I I ii JJ m Lots of Good Things At our booth at the Pure Food Show. Don't fail to attend the Pure Food Show, and don't fail to visit the Rexall booth. If you come early, there will be a slice of Boe- decker's Ice Cream for you. Boedecker*8 is the best ice cream we can procure and we believe it is the best made. It is rich, delicious and satisfying. Then we will have some samples of "Jersey Maid" chocolates—creams and nougats covered with sweet milk chocolate. In the toilet goods section you will be interested in the displays of Jonteel, Armand and Harriett Hub- bard Ayers' toilet preparations. We will be pleased to give you samples of these famous beauty specialists. You will be interested...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

m ><*■/ *t *, ^ ?/ Yrrjri y, ' • >; v;< IYOU XIII—NO. 39 Fruit and Truck Growing Notes Wood County Track . Meet Next Week winnsboro, wood county, texas, friday MARCH 24. 1922. $1.25 I'EK YEAR The Flower* That Bloom in the Spring, Tra-Lal Contrary to our first iiWisti- The Wood County Track meet ltion and the opinion of many in Winnsboro March 31 and ,crs, we are going to have, April 1 promises to be a big /air crop of early peaches event and several hundred peo- h as the Victor, Sneed, May- pie from different portions of the county are expected to be in attendance. We understand that preparations will be made e first tiiought; however, tne tc entertain this crowd in tiie Id orchards never did make town's usual hospitable manner.1 necessary bloom buds ami nothing should be too good for ower, Mamie Jioss, Arp Beau- ty, Wheeler and on the JJlbm'ta khere are quite u few mow than .j ground growth on them to- iler with new orchards here there will give us a cot.i- the .visitor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

W1NNSB0X0 WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 24, 1922. it I V . t 4 Id Wionsboro Weekly News HtMner It. W*ir, Editor 91.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pos toff ice at Winnaboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known oil application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY THE FILTHY WEED The "Nation's Business," a financial publication, says that in 1878 "nearly six hundred banks suspended payment and 16,000 commercial firms went into bankruptcy. Greece was In the abyss of insolvency, and Ita- ly was on the brink, In Russia famine and pestilence prevailed, and in Australia nearly every bank of consequence closed its doors. American farmers were so hard pressed that they could hardly find where with to buy smoking tobacco." It could have also said that we do not need to go back to 1878 for history of hard times. In the fall of 1907 nearly every t>ank in Texas allowed the:r customers to check out only 10 percent of their deposits and m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

u ft I* M ntw aality li roth. [Q :o I HKi '' 5 I 1 1 >. *1 u*r t 0] KNEW WOMEN oxing. «n.. Kansas City Star tell* Th*^. 0f Jusae E. Barker, a Sck wno was brought in municipal court on charge of -J|U L the peace. Barker KU£> disturbing the peace ihv wife, it turned out. fJ told Jesse he muat quit she informed tno She looked a wisp of r' onitv in comparison witn KUS'« fjet kt« "My husband became j£\M y." 8he 8*d faint,y' lid said he was going to put tinE Po^et and climb up a tnrch steeple and then let me T She looked up at trie « diffidently, and conclud- u I called the police. rThe Judge heard Barker's l?th#t he was "just joking - Uidered the evidence in fu^i L assessed a fine of $100. [hen he turned to Mra. Barker Ed inquired, "Do you want m® oarole your husband on good havior?'' WINN8DORO WEEKLY NEW? MARCH 24, 1022. I 1—I—IB —— PtaLdon V £%£ Kim' BEaV'CE 'N ARIZONA |BWDg AND MICE Barker turned hli hwd „ "Drive right up in ydttr ofj! 0*"ACWO OMtt one aide, looked down at his l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

[ /; '> t W" ifl " J $ WTNKSBORO WEEKLY NEWI? MARCH 21, il'H. mm Candidittes LITTLE AOS The JNawe is authorised to an- ' Bounce the following candidate!*, to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. I | m,9 m STATE REPRESENTATI YE- THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOU COUNTY JUDGE— ii. V. Pl'CKETT. FOR" COUNTY ATTORNEY- FLOYD HARRY FOR TAX COLLECTOR- ERNEST KcCRARY J.. Q. BEARD •FOR COUNTY CLERK- HALL BENTON JEWELL J. McLEOD C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK FOR COUNTY SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— L U. SEARCY FOR TAX ASSESSOR— ARTHUR NICHOLS GEORGE A. LLOYD ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- LMG—Early variey cabbage ana onion plantu. Grown in lite open and ready to set out. Bermuda onion plants are said to maXe large sweet juicy onions that keep longest. Large assortment garden and field seed in pack- age and in bulk.—R. A. Cain. LENGTH OF GIRL'S smrrrs results IN LAW TANGLE Miss-Fits Will Move to Town ; * EGGS—Pure bred single comb Rhode Island Red eggs for sale, $1.50 per setting. Will deliver in town wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

OEM JLII. I mmm "/X Start A Checking Account Wrtft?snhftO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 21, ID22. ' Vr;,nnd ^ • W. '" Mock ■ I via Ward write, f rom iv I and Mrs. Hilliard McAlister of! lege Station that Rev H k Quitman spent a few hours in Crimm is holding a martinv *i the city Wednesday nftcnoo:, Bryan and hS 5ome ^er^ Mrs. Southerland ca ne v.ith 1 reached three times for the will ®Pcnd se veral boys at A. & M. College whlcn WyC. Do^en.1" ^'mucT*' ^ aPPrt5ClaU ^ V William IiusselHn 'Roof Tree', R D MeLarfv an* r™ t k Ltt™Saturday at Arou f?.«• . %!!!$&: Sfc „e sha|| be glsd to have you opeti a Checking Account 8t the F'rHt National Bank. We can nerve you as pood as any bank—we believe better than most banks. De- posit yo"1 money as soon as you receive it. Pay all bills by check. It is surprising how much faster you jan save money in the bank than in the pocket— chiefly because one does not write checks except for I necessaries. First National Fei k homa, last week with a car or dairy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

' ' 1 K Columbia Dry Bat- work better I last longer * ifailion on tb« whiir turtuig thermostats dry batury light- outfits to cloMTt, born. Tk world's most famom dry buttery. Uted •here gmmp of mdividuot telb iti needed. Fahnettock Spring Clip Binding fm*U at no *%trm charge Save your back! Put a Columbia "Hoc Shot" Ignition Battery under the front seat of your Ford, and use its cur- rent for sure-fire ignition while suit- ing. Full ignition power instandy, ' regardless of weather. The Col- umbia "Hot Shot" No. 1461 f(s under the front seat —put it there today. Columbia Dry Batteries for all purposes are sold by electricians, auto supply shops and garages, hardware and general stores, and implement dealers. Insist upon Columbia. Columbia Dry Batteries AMERICAN LEGION NEWS The American Legion of Lud- low, Vl, has made official re- port ot tiie prowess of John Sheehan, wounded four times by tu«i bob-cat, was rewarded with an $8 state bounty. Tne soldier and the beast came to blows in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

Xll bST-ivt< . —L —L-aseaa! Citation by Publication WlhrtSBORQ WRKSLY NKWB MARCH U, int. j drip •°l1 TZ* QUININE TatlH. r.muv. '^jioolrono "Bromo Qululoe. ' • oo bo*. Wc- i a Cough Qu'ck r HEAlJNii HONEY, o iMna wbich atops tho coufth by fuhnad end irrit"'1''1 ftflSvn O-PEN-TRATE VOmI Colds. Head Colds and " - dj willi every bottle of iNG HONEY. The salve Mind on the cheat and throat fcom a Cold or Croup. ' J H T« Hwilinil Honey ln<- SZiMttd wllb the hoiillnil effect of iR W" ,h,ou4h p0™* 01 a south pack*<J In ooe inrton ond the i ttMlmeui 3V. druggist for HAYES' SURES VOU POR FALSE TEETH ; If 'i J scientists have at^tast I • gu ge by which dentists Jutirt yoo for a set of false ■w*i Te the sbqve picture T>' hV, ,'Jec.ia.1 ar* ■ with Popular Scicnce The State of Texas: In Jus- tice Court, Precinct No. 4, Wood County, Texas. To tne Sheriff or nny Con- stable of Wood County—Greet- ing. You are hereby commanded to summon H. N. Graves, by making publication of this cita- tio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 March 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 24, 1922. i II ♦ ' fc. i I & in, Jeweler oS* HARVEST SUGAR CANE LIKE WHEAT Clocks and ids Gorman's Old i01 *' i i.. ^4UCC °' New Of leant; 80 ye*r old. ius perfected a cane cutter which dots away with hat* labor. It cut*, tops, strips and piles the cane stalks. For more th* i nnA v >r« «nM ...—u liave been harvested annual sugar crop le J j ?*** 1 e ta,k*- For wore than J.000 yeara sugar crops of t'i« world t f? e ? ,.t?Iled M'* mac} 'n« ,n wh«n he was then 60 years old. The r . - ,n 1 '^5 million tons. In the foreground of thl« photo are shown the different length cane stalks which th« machine harvested and made ready for the grind*. r— Revival Meeting at Nash Rev. R. J. Smith, Texas Con- ference evangelist, is holding a revival at Nash, Texas. In a card to The News Rev. Smith says ten joined the church Sun- day and that he was having the greatest meeting in many years. FOR SALE—Seed cane. $1.80 per 100. P. M. Whatley, route 4, near Sharon church,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

wm yTW V * ■ ij-?"- • "■ VA* • v- •:■! , Xnl-NO. 30 srican Legion :ures Majestic taf TO give PLAY at [Jgu theatre next IURSDAY NIGHT I fori E. Azbell Post No mencan Legion of Winns ^has secured for pro next Thursday night ( 6, the Mineola Majecti cted by Miss Thelma of Mineola. Miss tte is no ametuer at pr(* good, high class entei - f shows, as she has sever- essful productions to her play, which is in seven Its, including a cast of 32 people, with Miss Gris- |as director. It is said that one show that ever3- in- player is a competent (fin their line. As every one special talent. Special will he furnished during Itire performance which about two and one half Legion Boys of Winns- ffcave been very successful aring this play as it is ered one of the best ever '•in East Texas and has al- |showed to a packed house, like good, high class and a booster of the Legion be sure to see for a real two and a Hpn of high class enter- ent is promised. |li play will be only for one (Tnursday, April...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

1$ i ! P | I! h li I 1 \ h 3 ! i I 11 c . r' TiTI. t ■. •«£< * 1 V P;, • ' • — WINNSBORO ' i i H'fW MARCH 31, 1921. Winnsboro Weekly Newt Hosier R. Weir, Edita* $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoflice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Ad /triising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY * ♦ * 0 * CANDIDATE CARDS The News is prepared to print candidate cards in any sixe lota on short notice and at reasonable prices. Give us your or^ ders and they will be done right. HOW PHONOGRAPH RECORDS ARE MADE if* 1&° TRAIN GETS NEWS POP PA&SENGKR* BY RADIO WW Kj Chicago, Marc! 'ihe first railroad in the United States to eqijip a train with a radio phone for the use -of passm-; gers is the Chicago, Milwaukee J & St. Paul, which they aimou ced the installation of radio sc'-s on Its Pioneer Limited trains between Chicago and Paul and Mineapolis. Newp r< co.Ved en route will be iiest^d for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

T|gUCKEBA ; SCHOOL EVENTS "* FOR COMMISSIONER . k|F Z- • The < «nty examination con- . H Huckeba authorize® us venes at Quitman, April 1, and j his name in our an- ' *"«• the lust Friday anu mpnt column thia week '\^vn,R ,n each gneem^nt coi . month during the remainder of Twndidate for Commission- year ^precinct No 4. ^ AprH 1, which is next Sat ^tion for 2U years. His « an open book and his tv qualifications for the JW hia reputation as b* ,n honorable man is well n to our readers. If elect- |Ve promises to use all eco:t- ' poggible in handling road j 0ther funds belonging to , fiounty, cutting out all un- Sr expense and getting (cents value for every dollar It as near as possible. He do his best, he says, to i all roads of the precinct ittiout partiality, and will ser- I ill the people alike. He will >reciate your vote at the com- ■ primary. 1 4KH ' it mi WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS 1AIK if « 1 21. 0. P. (OLLIE) HALLMAN FOR COMMISSIONER |*A* DULL ACHINoj worrk and complain ■; d\ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

WINNSBORO WKBKLY MARCH 81, \m. ■ ! 4 ! 1 •irl V .J mm i \ ' ffi k if w ■ <■ 'if' { > M ' 1 ill 'i 1 ffl it i ||j £, 11 |[ ' ■ 1M v r 1 r, v B- I 11' I i The, fallowing fa the Progtttn ferr the third district meeting of the Texas Federation of Womens Clubs To M held in Ccafemerce April 12, 18, 14 Mrs. Will C. Anderson, Winnsbora Chairman Projrram Third district* T. F. W. C. Wednesday Evening, April 12th, at the Baptist Church, 8 o'clock PRESIDENTS EVENING Mrs. W. Stewart, Pittsburg, 1st Vice President, Presiding. Invocation Rev. J. Walter Groop Citrus (a) What's in the Air Today — Elen Miss Cameron Boone, Greenville (b) Gypsy Song _— —. Drahms (c) Wind Fairies — Chaffin 'f JSenior and Junior Cadinan Choral Club, Commerce, Harmony., Club, Greenville, Mistf Cameron Boone, director. Address of Welcome ... .0. C. Mulkey, Mayor of Commerce For the East Texas State Normal...- R. B. Binnion, President For Commerce Club Women Mrs. H. H. Fling Response Mrs. E. S. Lilienstern, Mount Plea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NE I Just What You Require tHh 'T -— ■■ VWiCKS AND KIHB TO DEVOUR KANSAS WOMAN " I :ott, Kans., March 28. harks Lunberg, wife Charlie Berry is home s^attack^^^^hoJ that to eat her n«u USE BRICK Roads and Streets paved with) Vitrified brick will not wear out Write Thurber Brick Co., Kt.l Worth, Texas. ■Mil] ± A \ Mexia. Wherever you may be living and doing business the Firs^ National Bank can serve you and we believe you will find that service of a kind that will be just what you require. Our success is largely due to our ability to look at our customer's business from their stand- point—what the First National Bank can do for them —how we can please them, and that is one reason our Bank is so popular, we satisfy your needs. First National Bank i Don't fail to attend the Am- erican Legion Benefit Majestic at the Amusu Theatre, Thurs- day night, April 6. 500 bales good Bermuda hay | for sale. Ralph Campbell at Ice | Factory. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Car- 1 lock and dau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NlWf MARCH «. \ [ft 11 !'' 1 i n Hi iflLf I \i J L Columbia Dry Barteriea work better aod Last longer -fa* dry bantry ll|Wi| in doart, cellar* garni. Tb* nrVi mat i fmmmm dry fcMWrr. I'td mhrrt gromp mf •mdtrUmm I nth fskmt—tk Sfrmg Chf t No 6 Cf'tuMO,A ICNITO'1 "Arin^' ^ > •"Wtti ic- . *• How many uses you hare for Columbia! For doorbells, buzzer*, thermostat*, and alarms, use one Columbia "Bell Ringer" or two Columbia "No. 6" Batteries. For ignition on gas engines and tractors, use Columbia "Hoc Shot" Ignition Bat- tery No. 1461. Full power when you need it moat, while starting. For quick starting ignition on Fords, use the same sire Columbia "Hot Shot" Ignition Bat- tery No. 1461. Saves your back, temper, and time. Fits under the front seat. Sold by electricians, auto supply shops and garages, hardware and general stores, and implement dealers. Insist upon Columbia. Columbia Diy Batteries AMERICAN LEGION NEWS Producing documents which showed him to be an honor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

^tjeTof Sheriffs Sals gute of Texas, County r Wood. erts. Thsnce South 890 varag; thence East 697 «varas; thence North 390 varas; thence West [ wow f w varas to the place of begin- In the County Court of Wood rung, containing 40 acres of tho tv Texas. Merchants &;J. U. Chrreno Survey of land "iter's State Bank vs. Jasier, Second Tract et al. . ^08e Maria Ser- vantee 1-8 League Survey Which survey was patented to him by patent No. 457, Vol. 25. datect November 4th, 1835, and the land here advertised for sale t>e- lng 247 1-2 acres of land, and described by metes and bouncs as follows to-wit: Beginning at the SE comer of the original survey; thence North 1100 varas with the Eli line; thence West 1844 varaa, Stouts Creek, 1560 varas; then- ce South 630 varas; thence East 680 varas: thence l v virtue of an alias feon issued out of the Coun !rmirt of Wood county, Texas .judgment rendered in said Lrt on the 3rd day of January ! in in favor ofthe Merch- u k Planters State Bank oi Sn...

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