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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 March 1922

WINN8BOKO WEEKLY NEW? MARCH 31. lttl. * If i Sam Martin, Jeweler opS Goods Gorman's * El Candidates ♦ • ♦ • HARDING WANTS PROMPT ACTION ON TARIFF HILL LITTLE AOS i^The News is authorized to an- nounce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. STATE REPRESENTATIVE— THOS. 0. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) Washington, War. 28.—Night sessions /or sptuomg up the ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- permunent tariff Luii were dt- ING—Early variey cabbage ana ciaed upon tocuy Ly senate fin- onion plants. Grown in the ot e:. Tom Mix the king of all west- ern actors at Amusu soon. FOR COUNTY JUDGE— H. V. PUCKETT. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- FLOYD HARRY unco CDimniiloe Kuj/ublicana, following a vimt to Uiu white house by Senators Curtis of Kansas and Watson of Indi- ana, they were informed by President Harding of his desire i for an early reporting of Uie measure. Some committee members said the bill ought to be ready FOR TAX COLLECTOR- ERNEST McCRARY J. Q. BEARD FOR COUNTY CLERK- H...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

rJ* i HA* it,/*- I TOU XIII—NO. 31 "* "> "i ' "*S p* r% * I food County Grand Jury Returns 83 Felony, 39 Misdemeanor Bills I be as to the extra help employ- WtNNSBOBO. woon COUNTY, TBm, fbu at apr,l 7, 1 22 ed in discharging the duties of the offices. We would recom- mend, that each of you dispose w r with as much outside help as |Jand 80 misdemeanors. The, possible, bearing in mind of ort is printed below} i course, ' ' [To Hon J- K. Warren, Judgo public. 'The Granad Jury of spring iTif District Court adjonin- jWodnwday, reluming 118 ,<a 0f which 83 were felon- 11.25 PKR YEAR I yd jillU t MUHU U1 Tnnrt is printed below} (Course, the best service to t.ie , Hon J. K. Warren, Judgo public. of the 7th Judicial District The Justices of the Peace at 0fT«xa.s: Golden, Yanltis and Hawkins We, the Grand Jury empan- have made no reports but the tied for the spring term of the other precincts have reported,' District Court of Wood coun-jall of which we find in good t* Texas, beR leave t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

I* : It Winnsboro Weekly News CARD He R. Weir, Editor ' - <*« ;-*i |1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered u 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. FROM 0. P. (OLLIE) HALLMAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY * * « a* * * * ' * '* * CANDIDATE CARDS The News is prepared to print candidate cards in any size lots on short notice and at reasonable prices. Give us your or- ders and they will be done right. CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Ti tlis Voters of Precinct No. 4. 1 vitl give some of the prin- ciples v.h ch I stand for in handling the funds of the coun- ty, if 1 am lujky in this race. I will have the books audited and give a public announcement of the financial standing of tne precinct and then make out every quarter thereafter. When monjje. is spent 1 will have an itemized account of same so that I can tell and show t;ie people where their mcney goes. I stand for these principles...

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

' * WTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 7 1922. 5 very lor rv« In Cr jolkg sses I i pn ? ^ ifJA TA1MADGE "The Queen of the Screen" In A SIGN ON THE DOOR" ' At ' ' j |U SU THEATRE MONDAY and TUESDAY April 10 and 11 Admission 10 and 25 Cents IP GERMANY ASSUMES [ ALL ALLIED DEBTS The British government, it is senii-officially announced, pro- poses that Germany Income re sponsible for the inter- alileU debt. If this plan can be worked out, then England will be will- ing to wipy out over 50 per cent of the idemnity due her from Germany in 'return (or Germany paying to the United States the war debt owed Mis country by England. Whether England proposes (hat other nations due an in- demnity from Germany shall reduce that indemnity in ens? AMERICAN LEGION NEWS Hundreds of ,ex-gobs who raked mines out of the North Sea during the world war want to re-tnlist, but in Prohibition Commissioner Hayues "hooch- „ ... .. Navy" Four submarine chasers u,errnany pay« their war uubts are being put in commission ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

•y APRIL 7, 1W2- —mm* For style and good service Come To Us For &et&a,,*Z?$£&hoe4, Solid Leather, Strongly Put Together. You can readily see the style in a pair of "Diamond Brand" oxfords, quickly recognize their splendid fitting qualities, and from day to day realize and appreciate their excellent service and real, solid comfort. • There Is nothing ua good as leather for making shoes, and experience has shown that solid leather shoes hold their shape better and give be tter service than similar footwear that contains chee p substitutes for good leather. There Is a "Diamond Brand" shoe for •very purpose} u price for every purse. W. C. Dodgen Co. • m . m w Candidates The News Is authorized te an- nounce the following onifabfte*. subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. CHIEF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEALS— W. M. TAYLOR (of Mas) STATE REPRESENTATIVE— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) t FOR COUNTY JUDGE— H. V. PUCKETT. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- FLOYD HARRY WALTER RUSSE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

1 rcE« :ind wreck*) urty [and only! r thjj comes. 5 IRE I uranct Ihe nee* if yon Thil Ivl' you. CO. [libit. • RIP* |lllU« th Iron ktivy aU I 1 ier ler- - W1WWWIORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 7 1122. f s - _ will You Be One Of Them? A certain man hid his money in his mattress. One day the house was burned and all within destroy- ed. Another man invested his money in wild cat itocks. He was promised a large income. Me rtceived one dividend. Will you !>e either of these inen or will you keep your money at the First National Bank in a check- In, account where it is safe and you can get it at my time? • Some one played an Apfil on the jitney drivers of our town Saturday. They called they all up on the telephone and told each of them that they were wanted at the Centra; Hotel to make a drive so they all drove up to the hotel each wondering what the others wore ■ doing there and after they had I Jill gathered there the same party called over the telephone find askd if they thought there was enou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

t't • m ■—i WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 7, 1922. —— -^fl. *WF*. - r r , . i 1; i lh lift i •kit'; « Columbia Dry Bat* MrtN work btttcf Ford while seen! if —fee (fcr inc in ckMl, cellar. Columbia Dry Batteries arc for sale at yqur very door! You can insist upon and get Co- lumbia Dry Batteries wherever you live. Hardware and general stores, electricians, implement dealers, auto supply shops, and garages sell Columbia*. g,omp of -| r r - am Universally used for doorbells,buzz- LTtf cu'/itt"J heat regulators, alarms, etc., for iW> i mo «tr« cksrm „ engine and tractor ignition, for quick starting ignition on non-self- Starting Fords, and for every battery need under the sun. Insist upon Columbia. dry hurri. Utoi whm mp of mJi No6 (PLUMB1 N.NHOK "AT ft ffi. ISE^, V ifcirfc>qrw* Columbia ®«y BatterSgs MRSw PARRISH MAY ENTER RACE FOR • SEAT |IN CONGRESS - . jj- M Carmote FLOOR VARNISH A wonderful finish for floors, furniture, interior woodwork Clear varnish and stain Cok>rS'cherry...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

| faW* t. WINN.SBQRO WFKKLT NKWt APRIL 7, 1 22. 9 1 m 111 Bank Clerk* Schooled To Give Robbei* Battle' "a •"Hill'- •jfc' _ AurocAsnrn D«yligh« rol 'fries oi banks in Eastern citie. have occurred with such frequoncy rerenlly that the rcul If"'.' l.ompanf of New York C.ty asked the police department to school its clerks in the use ot CaU'ty il 1 run i oniP.7 ... ; 'w, vw «ca me ponce department to school its clerks in the use ot The photograph shows three of the young women clerks receiving instructions from I'oliccmaa DVD GEOK(«K A ces of failure are mu*.iplieo >e-' WORLD LEADER cause of the absence of the EASY United States. But every right' "George, you should get mar- man of whatever cum- TOd'' - "• . „ , , ,, i ut miHwrvr mun. . fi ; advised the married mail. iyd Georg- s plea to lar- , • . amireciates tve eravitv i ^ wonderfu' 10 havt! a home t today toi hoi .hearted ,y\^ appieciates txe gravity waiting lor you when you r«- rt of the government in or the situation must feel a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 April 1922

NEW# APRIL 7, lta. 1 J :i i? . i it I itv I W a : MJ : |> \h . , * 7 , ;1 ,Sr, Sam Martin, Jeweler loS^G^ods jl. m Gorman's Old St BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school 9:45 W. R. Wilkinson, Supt The superin- tendent urges everyone to at- tend. Sunbeams 2:80 p. m. iu v_I8T CHURCH The official board ia getting out a mid-year bulletin which will contain information that each member of the church is entitled to have, that ia to say, ADVERTISING IN NEWS- PAPERS INCREASES TWO ARE SLAIN IN GUN BATTLE NEAR SAN ANTONIO, M _ , —— Chicago, April 4.—National San Antonio, April 4.—Two advertising campaigns in news- persons were killed and a tnird papers are sweeping the coun- probabiy mortally wounded in try, F. .'Guy Vav'e> western —m . . . , . a pistol battle on the J'i . inager of the Bureau of AO- Senior and Junior B. Y. p..eara member has a perfectir^j 10:46 Monday niifht. vwrtising of the American News V. 6:80 p. m. right to know what every oth-i dead are: Miss Maria paper Publishers Associa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

\4 ^ lA/ M' < imw 'si *f / 4 </f 4 'jm-NO. 32 Nt' 1 ]g and Packing Strawberries and Radishes for Shipment WINWaiiORO^jyooD COUNTY, TE'XAS, IWDAY APRIL 14, 1922. Ai ^ dti j| ett*& 11.25 PER YEAR The Still Small Voice _ things are of import- |to"make the best market- id, these crops; in the first i the Express Office closes [MO pi m. every day. Any brought j in after that to remain over till the _ afternoon, practically [loon. We can't get it billed i and strawberries both IfNitly deteriorate while for train service, so fail get your products [before this hour where you Intake the afternoon train. «r, both strawberries I radishes are worth 25 per > more if delivered in time tlie afternoon train as « I propositi on and we will i to make a different price |iil products for local ship- that are not deliverea |least by 2 p. m. every day. afternoon train does not |ovt until 3:30, but it takes i a little while to get the billed and it is not safe [tiik your deliveries later' j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

; . ' '■ . ' . - , /■ Ti W1NN8B0B0 WBBKLT NBWS APRIL 14, 1922. Viaasktrt Wetklj, News R. Weir, Editor IKY TO KIDNAP 18 YEAR OLD DALLAS GIRL Dallas, April 10.—The lates: actn.;.e.> of dope fiends" in when !.« A YRAK IN ADVANCE ^^th^ known to ihe poke.- as a member oi the drug tried to kidnap a pretty 18 year old girl from Entered as second-class mat* tor, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, vnder the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY torte betas'tibsb WOULDN'T MARRIAGE TAKE BETTER IF THE BRIDES TROUSSEAU INCLUDED A FEW GINGHAM APRONS. i SOT**" Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Knight and children returned to their home in Meridian Wednesday. Trial Balances Audits CliftonlJHarris Financial Statements and Books Audited -L- - -I her hon\£ in South Dallas. The attempt to kidnup the girl, mem bor of a prominent family here, took place today and probably would have been successful but for the interference of a roomer at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

WINNKBQRO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 14 1922. m THE UNIVERSAL CAR Thr F ord Coupe with an electric self-starting Md lighting system is one of the most popular members of the Ford Family. It is a perma- nently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass windows—an open car with plenty of shade. Then in inclement wsather, enclosed and cozy, du*t-proof and rain-proof. Just the car for traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, con- tractors, builders, and a regular family cor for two. Demountable rims with 3^-inch tires all around. To women it brings the convenience snd comforts of the electric with the durability ind economy of the Ford car. Early orders will avoid long delays in delivery. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS FC*^ Candidates The News is authorized to an- nounce the following candidate*, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. CHIEF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEAL WALTER RUSSELL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY FOR STATE SENATE— TIIOS G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE- H. V....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

6 * : | M 3" Kt " ] si p ' t 1 • ,1 ill s If II ' ; I |r n *• i & L_ as "IF"" JMI l-LJUil Leaders In Merchandising For WINN8BOKO WEEKLY NKW8 APRIL 14 1*23. 8 I I I I •. l t > U. —■ Nearly A Quarter Of A A Presentation of Unmatchable Values i Wearing Apparel for "Easter BLOUSE yj —This week promises to be this store'i busiest week of the season. 1 HATS Spring hats are featured for this weeks sell- ing at this price. Positively the greatest valuts we have ever offered during the en- tire season. No two Hats alike in this,big group. Come tomorrow if you will be sure of securing you "Easter" Hat at about half of what you expect to pay. $7.45 Throughout the Big Store You Will Find Easter Value Demonstrations BIG BARGAINS ON • DRAPERIES Beginning Monday morning we will offer our entire stock of Drapperies at a complete revised price list. Em- braced are the, finest and most popu- lar materials m Nets, Cretones, etc. Note the list of price: 39c Cretones—new price 19c 50c Cretonnes—n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

WTNN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS APRTi n \m. " Personal There is a service that goes with the deposit and it is the aim of the First National Bank to give the best Wricc possible. Business man, professional man, Farm- er or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have you a Bank Account? If not, we want you to 3tart one now _we don't care how small you start with—we want you to make the start. First National Bank To Send Money Away or to Pay BilU j]AMERICAN EXPRESS KEY ORDERSj No application to fill out. No waiting in lin* A r*c*ipt la clvon which not only save* paying any bill* twioe but occuree refund In cnae of lo « EASILY SECURED EXPRESS OFFICE KENDRICit'S DRUG STORE -«r- DENUEV DRUG COMPANY Mrs. J. K. Shearer returned j UEKKJ BD home Saturday from a week's: ,stay in Greenville. COMPLIMENTS New Patent leather pumps for Easter wear. Dodgen Co. strap W. C. Pure Mebane cotton seed at Turner Mercantile Company's at |2.00 per bushel. Shelton Brock and VV. B. Sel- lers were here from Dallas the fir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

! t i iv ' Jr I ■< I II1 I> i i mil in "Coma M. At!—. y« hna* Mot far omid hw aro going t hit XtlUn'l Cor-i Fhktg far lunch And that'j (/.j hind t Ilk* to cat oovwf a whale box ol, fcnriM «n'( f•ilf/i la •■<(/ C iM •n m' hurry «pl" Kellogg*s Com Flakes . are a taste-thrill at meals or any time That's becauso Kellogg's Corn Flakes arc* so delicious!/ flavored—tho Kellogg flavor that la known all over the civilized world! You, as well as the little folks, can cat great bowlfuls of Kolloftg's Corn Flakes day after day—and each sunny-brown, crispy, crunchy spoonful thrills the taste as though it was the first! * t Put Kellogg's in comparison with imitation corn flakes! Kollogg's Corn Flakes arc never tough or leathery or hard to eat! They are all- the-time crisp, all-the-timo good! Don't miss such enjoyment! Insist upon Kellogg's in tho RED and GREEN packago that bcirs the signature of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Corn Flakes! NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT IT! toasted corn FLAKE? ?M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

■WW 1 ,; d IT BOON %3%2Stt to who"1- S Emulsion | be a (treat boon. * very genius of |(«i Emulst°n | strength. N. J. _ ) HAKE"® Of I Ifljt. „:3 jttbnni :o) IPISESi'iCN TODAY H ' < /*• • t«>yrrw *1NNMW) WWKLT mtWi APRIL 14. lfM. ?0-15 k HELIX), E U-R-O-P K A few days ago the writer visited "central office" in New York City, where radio mes- sages were passing to and from Groat Britian, France Norway and Germany. Communications were as immediate as between telegraph operators, or as tele- phone conversation, without any considerable intervening distan- ces. An operator "receiving" a -neasage from Norway sudden- ly touched a typewriter key u d by that simple action noti- fied the Norwegian operator to "stop" until the man in New York could straighten out sheet o\ pa#or he was using. Instantly the order was obeyed, and a few seconds later the message from Norway was resumed the New York operator signified -one—it was only fhat he was ready. I saw it and ' . heard it, and it was ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 April 1922

t«i Li * !• Ihi Tjj WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW* APRIL 14, It22. A Bi*^e of Honor 1 is Clocks and Optical Goods Gorman's LITTLE it9S CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school 10 a. m. Roger Carlock, Supt. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Morning subject: 'The he- "KTO class of business men have to be IN trusted by the public any more in* phcitly than the ice dealer. The purity of his ice is taken on faith; so is in large measure the correctness of his weight i from lirng is <f and reliable service. ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- ING—Early variey cabbage ana onion plants. Grown in the open* .. - . - . #fco and ready to aat out union plants are said to nmKe ^Mst; ^ 1 iiiM; large sweet juicy onions that lnis ^,ee^' Good singing. Bible keep longest. Large assortment Pr*achmg. ffu&m and field seed in pack- c me and worship with u.. aye and in bulk.-R. A. Cain, i W. B. Blount, Pa.tor. D . , . , SENIOR EPWORTII LEAGUE EGGS—Pure bred aingle comb( Hiwn Leghorn eggs for sale. Program for Easter Sunday. Rf 9 AlK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

>vvn XIII—NO jVftwa. )fl HNS* „ isej wiT tof! UVTHD UG CU at a land 1.96 :,25 ;.96 Iwilt lerest in Radio Phones Crowing in Winnsboro yWNgKWO. WQQD COUWTV, tbmfc FRIDAY APRIL 21, Iffi. t shts templar raster services he Methodist church was scene of a very beautiful ce Sunday morning, tiio hts Templar I^odge of Pit- conducting the Easter The church with its stions of dogwoofl and bri- wrest'n with stately Eas- ily, lent beauty and frag- for tlie occasion. The „t, arranged by the Knights I directed by Mrs. R. C. Camp was exceedingly good. The given by Rev. Garrett received with rapt atten- Winnsboro hag two radio out- fits working successfully. We learn that several will be in- stalled as soon as sets can be jbtained. The latest outfit to be instal- led is that of the Wvstbrook Radio Supply Co., a firm com- posed of M. A. Westbrook, C. M. Cain and Richard Smith. The station is located in the West- brook Cabinet Shop. This firm will deal in radios and parts, and will later manufactur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

-MM WDfNSBOM) WEEKLY NEW* APRH 1 ' 'jHSfc f" — one-eleven cigarettes - ; TtRKISH FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket— At a price that fits the pocket-book— The, jarne unmatched blend of TukKiJii. Virginia am! Bvruly Tobaccos fcrv % SACRED HARP SINGING The regular fifth Sunday singing will bo At the Coun House in Gilmer ttt. the fifth OfWi Ta Energy and Vitality by *wtty n« a d EnrtehtaK t*a Wood Whan yo.' foot ita strengthening. InrigbraUng effect, at* haw Sunday in April, b«i.ain* .tlj 9 o clock. All Sinter* invited, iu m look- W. M. S^tterwhiU S«"'. Grovea Tasteleea chill Tonk ia aimpjy -— 1 . 11 _ Iron and (Mi nine suspended in ayrap. So pleasant even children like it The blood ro Strawberry and Radish Growers Am I was * little tin it I Jght happen art radishes, the' :rost having set our ersp 1 acK •o that it made them &li ia:e Jkl the replanting so lute *■■■<- ags have come in oat of ie< son to it looks like w« are up .gainst it toy fuiui-e'mark' u g •j the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

THE UNIVERSAL CAR TV Ford Coupe with an electric self-starting and lighting system is one of the moat popular members of the Ford Family. It it a perma- nently enclosed car, with sliding plate glass windows—an open car with plenty of shade. Then in inclement weather, enclosed and cozy dust-proof and rain-proof. Just the car for traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, con- tractors, builders, and a regular family car for two. Demountable rims with 3#-inch tires all around- To women it brings the convenience and comforts of the electric with the durability and economy of the Ford car. Early orders wiu avoid long delays in delivery, Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS f '■ < . ■ 3 V i? , • Candidates The News m authorized to an- nounce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. CHIRF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEALS— W. M. TAYLOR (of Dallas) FOR STATE SENATE— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) — i > * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— II. V. PUCKETT. . THE TRA...

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