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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

U* ' Sam Martin, jeweler Clocks and Optical Goods Gorman 5 SIXTEEN YEAllS AGO 'FRISCO WAS RAGING FURNACE Wmnsboro Weekly News — Homer R. Weir, Editor ■ .. —-—— I San Francisco, Auril 18.—16 fl.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE' years ago today San Francisco was a raging holocaust. Fire following the earthquake was sweeping the city. City officials today estimated that a total of $503,8000.000 has been expended in building construction and improvments during the sixteen yars of re- construction which has effaced all but the memory of the great disaster. . The annual Press Club din- ner was the only observance of the anniversary. Entered us second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY tajde Jchcy tfcsfo IN MEMOR1AM IT'S HARD TO BELIEVB A FELLER THAT'S ALWAYS CALLItf' . SOME00DY A LIAR. m MITOCAiltn 3CUV. CO LITTLE ADS ANOTHER SHIPMENT COM- ING—Early variey cabbag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

> m InlJ I took well, I Jiave ' that j ever icw personal ffliere i a service that goes with the deposit and it is ^lim of the First National Bank to give the best serice possible. Business man, professional man, Farm- er or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have you n gunk Account ? If not, we want you to start one now _we don't care how small you start with—we want you to make the start. lo Send Money Away or to Pay Bill* [AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS N® «*PPllo tlon to fill out. No wailing In line A receipt ia given which not only itvo* paying • n/ bill* twice but secures refund In cue of loa* EASILY SECURED EXPRESS OFFICE ' I KENDRICK'S DRUG STORE - r- DtNUEY DRUG COMPANY I J. L. Cassel has returned from Mrs. W. B. Shutt of Shreve- Dallas where he attended the port, La., has been visiting Mrs. Ginners Convention and demon- J. I). Kirkland strated the Cassel Cotton Clean-1 er. He is well pleased with hisj Mrs. J. M. Calloway and chil- tnp and reports the sale of a dren and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

, : * \ I <W AD THIS AD 3U' ,v 4J' We want your Chickens and Eggs and will pay the Cash for them. Try us before you sell and « if it is Groceries you want we have them. Clean and fresh stock at all times. BEXLEY & ACKER *zEiiiininnnsuuiMUtth AMERICAN LKGION NEWS Reorganization of war-time draft boards to assist the An ctfCAi) Legion in finding jobs for ex-wrtiee men ha* been pr - poeed by Rev. Dr. John Grie Hibben, president of PffaiceU University. Syracuse, N. Y. When state officials of the American Legion in West V ginia heard that —vera! a jer- yoi ng folks did it KVER OCCUR TO YOU: That there is a scarcity in the business office of hig - priced men and women today ; nary are worth a thousand dol- tZ%r, hot only .,Um£ worth ten thousand. The late Prof. James of Harvard clared that the average man uses only ten per cent of his brain power. Supposce yoa are - POLITICAL PRINTING For the information of those interested we will state that all political printing done by the News...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 April 1922

. «• ' . WINNHBORO WVBKLT N1W9 APRIL II, • ; i ' : , ' ;| P. | t Nfl$3t' '• 3 % . . - * «t3 i I' Vl M. < • i i * -« t i i ? i(77 't ■ f 1 • i i • ' ' vt ♦ ony mMiimMMM it * « ' « '' •pTTwrfr ,«)■ "DOUBLE-UP SALE "THE ENTERPRISE* * We are doablin* on oar Sile3 with lower prices. New Merchandise, Service- We have madi soma "Lucky Bays. ' Other merchandise you may buy lit "Close-Out" Prices. Summer merchandise can be bought NOW as cheap as it will be in JULY. Ten salespeople anxious to please. Get the Habit. Trade at "rha.Eitarprise." Sae the new things first and buy at a Saving of 10 to 25 per cent. Your patronage and influence greatly appreciated. R. J. TURNER, Manager Hosiery EXTRA SPBOAL IN THE FINEST HOSIERY Wonderful Silk Dress Sale Millinery $2.75 and $2-96 Philadelphia full fashioned heavy silk hose , node, grey, sand russlan and othc plain and fancy dock bee, etc for in black, brown, nc grey, sand russlan and other shades *1.98 91.76 and $1.96 Pure Hi read silk fancy and pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

/ / <i *f (W'fiipyvru itmsboro tBrvIvli) -IT * i| ^ || I-i-NO 33. R. L. Henry Addressed Large Crowd Saturday ' - - WIHNSHQRO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY I APRIL 28, 1922. 090 L. Henry, candidate United SUitea Seimte, a good sized audience ..sby building Saturday n. Tre crowd was esti- , ibout 500, tlie major- hom were people ffbm A number of wo- ire presein:. .vir. lienry lie Dallas New ' and Um League < f Dallas tor religion into the car.:- Rjving tli. y were res- if'or the Ku Klux Klan de an issue. was introduced by Uorris, pre. if;<■ iit of The Rational Bank of Winns- Ur. Mori is commenced ius etion by saying, "thore band of disgruntled of Dallas, corn osed By of Jews, Catholics iiiyhts of Columbus, that Sttarptinp to dictate to I and the Nation the poTi- our land. This prang is [the citizens I/eague of whom Crane is c1ia4r- ut I predi that Heryy pick Crane clean befort his ado * •' and there ot even l«e tail feathers on the side of my country ana flag and against Home a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

J « I I . M' 4 ■ om-cleven cigarettes Throe , OtM TURKISH VIRGINIA BlfR LEY ^fifteen In a new package that fits the pocket— At a price that fits the pocket-book— 77 « same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia and Burley Tobaccos jL*—*111 READ THIS AD • • We want your Chickens and Eggs and will pay the Cash for them. Try us before you sell and if it is Groceries you want we have them. Clean and fresh stock at all times. BEXLtY & ACKER Quality A farmer wa« tellinR a hardware merchant, friend of ouin, that he could purchase a certain item at a lower price than the hardware merchant was quoting. The merchant said, 'Jim, you icmind me of the fellow who was feeding his horse saw dust, lie was potting along fine when he i^i and died." The same thing applies to mer- chandise. One of our old customers was in- fluenced <o buy what he tho't was a "cheap" suit, early this season; it was getting along fine when the-wearer happened to he taught in the rain. He is again wearing cae of cur s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

ige mi IV- '■%'* f 'Wft >/! ^ * ■*' W1NNSB0I10 WEEKLY NEW* Mtn. 28. IK! "" 1 ' imiiM m*mm+t~~m ,,. J wt t>w> w ■*■ •■♦•« «« *w <*■ You bcr-n a Bfinlt AcC0Unt ago. You t tjro<j_ have let it go—and are no better off ' !hat, you were. If you would build upn big Inter- , AcCount you have got to stick to it—keep at ' 1£ it's the steady plugger who wins. It wasn't the Hare that won the race—but the Tortoise. Start up your account at the First National Bank eain. Make up your hiind with all the will and 1 jtrentfvii in your power you will keep it up—and then keep it op. You've got to do it if you want to euoeeed. Y'U have tas.. >1 "f the blessings of thrift. Don't agai" become unthrifty. I 2 ' First National Bank wmm. number, Shingles and Building Materials H ,' ; •' i \. { wm • ' 'X '/Xf at Prices that are .Always Right I :roggin-Drummond Lumber Co. To Send Money Awi.y op to Pay BUU AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS No application to fi|l out. No Waiting in tin* ^ '•©•Ipt in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 28, lt22. I * ' hi Ss ' > | ■ 11 rv]! I i ■: I11 t*s' -M / CORSK'ANA GIRL ' STUDENT IS KILLED BY AUTOMIBILE A CANDIDATE TROUBLES Austin, April 23.—Miss Mar- tha Murchison, 18, of Corsica- na, was almost instantly kil- led and Miss Corinne Lotspgich 18, also of Corsicana, suffered a broken hip when they were struck by an automobile on H street adjoining the university tonight. Both girls were first year students of the academic departments and members of the Zeta Tau Alpha Society. They were walking across the street from the campus when struck. Both were taken to the Phy- sicians and Surgeons Hospital, it was reported late Saturday night that Miss Lotsptieh has an excelent chance for recovery. The driver of the car which struck the girls was Polk Spring owner of a tailoring shop situ- ated a short distance from the scene of the accident. Imediate- ly after striking them, he stop- ped .his ear and assisted 'in carrying them to the hospital. He then repo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford car can well be culled the "people# car," because there are more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four to one of the neareat follower in the motor car industry. This would not be so if the Ford car had not for sixteen years proven its superiority in service, in durability, and in the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, so simple in construction that anybody and every!>ody can safely drive it. Let us have your order for one now to avoid delay in delivery. Wilcox son Motor Co. W1NNSBORO, TEXAS WINN8RORQ WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 28, 1922. '" ' 11 - . ."■■Ul... * * * * * Candidates - 9 '<■" -m T~ * * —•. e The News b authorized Co an- nounce tiie following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. CHIEF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEALS— W. M. TAYLOR (of Dallas) FOR STATE SENATE— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE— H. V. PUCKETT. FOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

\\ V i k If. Winnsboro Weekly News H«m«- R. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at 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 EVEHY FRIDAY 1 *\ Tm wmwsbotto weml; COLORADO EDITOR IS SLAIN IN FIGHT feucle Jcftw *JWb "I THINK I CAM BEAT IT ACROSS? HAS EBEN THE LAST THOUGHT OP* MANY BOOBS, l*f Durango, Colo., April. 24.— mljpxn L. Wood, 35 years old cikjr editor of the Durango Her- ald, was shot and killed here today. Reed S. Day, 47 years old editor of the Durango Democrat gave himself up. The shooting incurred on Main street, in the business district Day is being held at the Sheriffs office. No witnesses have been found. The trouble between Day and Wood is said to have grown out of editorals printed in the two papers. It is said to have begun when the Herald printed a dipping from another Colora- do paper which declared tne Democrat was one of the few...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

r? c « •< msi ,ld Hen Still Wanting |To Set? H jjgapix'ii't her. I*ut a Em Barred Rock eggs Land watch her smile, c FOOTE rfaction Guaranteed fired •rtiirnk and rtin-'lown." , Eula Burnett, of lQi. "I **" "l'n an<* I id tired, all thr time. I rest well. I wasn't . taarr 1 J""1*- by I Bwd'd a tonic, and l u bob® bet*;r than— i Woman's Tonic |,, I topn mlng Cardnl," 11 Mrs. Burnett (_ r aj first bottle, I slept M rud ata better. I took ™ 1 battle*. Now I'm well, I just fine, eat and sleep, a 1t dear and I hara and cure feci that I li the best tooic aver nd> of other women I'found CarduI Just aa L Burnett did. It should I til drnggl'ts. BGSBsne^ STRAWBERRY OUTLOOK There isn't much t oaay with cool weather and showers every •ay, but it's just a mere matter jf- uoing the beat we can. The remand is pretty nice with fair prices if we can get well colored ddocki this we can't do unless we have dry weather and sun- sine. We are going to - work this marketing the very best our experi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 April 1922

wmm: W1NN8B0B0 WIKIT 1WWS Af1H> . *. 1 r J II51 Sam Marti ), Jeweler Clocks and Optical Goods Gorman's Here to War on Clai iPC41 ireemasons David Reid (left), Grand Secrttary of the Grand Lodge of Scot- land: Joseph Inglis (centre), Past Grand Senior Warden and John A. Forfeit, representing the Supreme Council of Scotland, have arrived in New York on their way to Utah, having been called to leatify In connection wirtj a Clandestine Grand Lodge of Masons which it oper- ating from every State and from which oogus masonic lodges have obtained charters in all parts of the country. Masons of both the York and Scottish rites in every jurisdiction in the Union are now active in an effort to glamp Out clandestine masonry wherever it shows its bead. ' WINNSBORO HAS . BOTTLING PLANT Winsboro again has a up-to- date bottling plant. B. B, Whtia has moved his Mt. Pleasant bottling works to I Wtyiniboro. This plant is located just noritt of Mr. White's home and west; from the Donaldson & H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

t¥ wm it,#*** thi XIII—NO. f. Nabors' Weekly Letter On the Truck Situation WINN8BORQ, WOQI) CX)UNT Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY MAY 5, 1922 $1.25 PER YEAR Like Father, Like Son :e from u- l. davis , the last two years there Ib®"" I""'1 the Winns- |tr8d« territory a gi'uat to (tonserve tho soil by the land and I learn jg proving to be a sue- beyond a doubt it will foiled. Personally I have land in several com- and for several hun- mers Hiid I find that ire terracing also. It done. As a suggestion who have begun trie >t me say that it is nec- to always work the ter- i in the early fall and build j strong. In leaving Winns- t and going to South 'l :<ns find a work as import- i do but not more so than work that has been done i section. I regret having on account of the people whom I have both in town and in the ntiy. And appreciate their utility and co-oneratior. B. L. Davis. mv\vjb tfW.ttl W|U«t WORK ItJ for - fr'M . r j X'xix- | j * 4 •Cummings Wedding marriage of Mr. King nings of Sulphur ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

■HP * T H Viffit-: 1$ | 4 ■ ■ ■ S i 19 1 cigarettes \X t * f h 1 u • * ■ . A ll lH If R r MAT 5, lWt 7%cy are Good! i "w'***"' Mi Bay Mi# Cigarette and Save Money uTb Stop • Cough Quick > HAYES' HEALING HONEY. ■ i Mndiclnn which stops the oou4h by 1 the inflamed and irritated tissues. A bus of GROVES O-PEN-trate SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and Ommm h enclosed with every bottle of MATES- HEALING HONEY. The salve AaM be rubbed on the chest and throat t suffering from a Cold or Croup. FOR TRADE Broom Corn Should i Be Thoroughly Tested W« jure just a little afraid that our experience last year on broom corn will not mukt' as large a diversified- crop as we are entitled to. Ni>ne oif lis f id /ery well \vith broom com i ■ yeas, partly because* of the j or but largely because we d. In't ':now how to plant iind woia it and the kind of land it w« best suited to, but it mig't 'x an unwise thing .to k' i. industry stop until we 11u v« thoroughly tested it out , We . rt going to do...

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

om «e ang« [ay! Bat- for ngtt for fori, lition I y00 I'lT.ll im- I M Icons saMl •V Our Purpose Every business is especially adapted for some par- ticular purpose—ours is to look after your finan- cial needs. Many people hestitate about going to a banker about their financial matters, but this should not be so. We are always glad to consult with you about all such matters and our advice costs you nothing. First National Bank wMmmm |Lumber, Shingles and Building Materials at Prices that are Always Right Scrogg in-Drummond Lumber Co. winnsboro weekly Ktiwr May 1922. SPECIAL 4barsP.&G^*^ip25c Telephone 67 R. A. CAIN -^rr || III I „ „ L_ Mrs. W. A. Worthingiton and Mack Shelton, Suprgeon Bra- wick Jr. of Bartlett arriven' cfcn, Otha Shirley, Hoy Andrews Saturday for a month's visit pjy) Percv Williams left vester- .. - •" ■ with relatives. . . Williams left yester- day morning for Austin to take We can finish your kodak work every day—Hoggs Studio. I part in the State Track meet. Sc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

WIKNSBOIW WtttLT j «W8 MAY S, 1M2. >r* m i '( 13ft ■ * I rS^ \ I Ai ' ' w ii * fl |;'i n\ n.. kUB THE DAILY TIMES m>| WO«i WH 1 ■1$ GERMAN SCHEME IN SHIPPNI# BOARD DEAL liu secmi t*i jiiinEm C1SEIM «—fuimwi mm u ore wTB II—i —. r HMWAa ft rfWTftr! - ,SXi\r l. 1 IN MEMORY OF MRS. RAUaH Amin WILSON mfvir.r i ma* fa i3| SVSCfT Know The Straight of it Know the correct detail# of every question, every market condition; get the latest newt. vr Read the DALLAS TIMES HERALD Special Offer for May Daily andSundayTimesHer&ld By Mail One Year $5.00 Six Months .... 3.00 Subscriptions for Dallas Times Herald Received at Winnsboro News Office SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION Thedford's Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee Grocer for Trouble* Re- sulting from Torpid Liver. Bast Nashville, Tenn.— The effic- iency of Thedford's Bleck-Draught, the genuine, herb, liver mad let ne, Is vouched (or by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this cttr. "It Is without doubt the best liver medicine, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

thl WNNSfeofcft WEEKLY NEWS MAY 5, 1922. 1922 Political, Calendar THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable "b«jt of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese browze worm-drive and every other Ford merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck on the market. Drop in and let's talkitovcr and leave your order for one. '6 | Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS ng You Need A New Spring Suit I We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for Spring an'] Sum.M-r wear. Call and inspect them, you are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- (sonable price. Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases - JI WADE WEATHERBY CARD OF THANKS to thank our neign- d friends for the many 'and loving deeds shown ^ wife and mother in , sad hours...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

frlNNSBORO WEEKLY NKWt MAY 5. 1922. - / 1? •?=r" 11- i f:I Y . f I ' 1 If 1 m MB MM Extraordinary Values in Merchandis W i nnsboro, Texas The big Perkilis store in Winnsboro, Texas is overflowing with thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of the most de- pendable dry goods possible to gather from the greatest markets of the world. This big store is ever ready to supply the needs of the people of Winsboro and vicinity with the kind of merchandise they need at prices these people are willing to pay. No inflated values, no exaggerations, just plain every- day common sense methods applied in the game of running store. Perkins strives to merit your confidcnce in everything we do and in everything we sell. Our merchandises and our prices coupled with the Perkins store SERVICE art the only inducements we h.vve to offer you in. our bid for your Dry Gqods business and these features we believe are such as to gain for this store the CONFIDENCE of every person we serve and are so strictly ...

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

... -r 1 19~ w, M via ;Jli run WINNSBORO Beginning Friday Morning, May 12 And Ending Saturday Evening at 8 o'clock, June 24th, 1922. S THIS RADIO m ap X To the person having the largest number of votes to his or her credit at 8 o'clock Saturday owning, June 24th, The Winnsboro Weekly News will give a Radio Set complete with a listening range of 500 miles under ordinary conditions and up to 1000 miles with extra favorable weather. With a similar ftt in this city programs broadcast in Kansas City and Denver have been heard. Votes can be obtained in only one way: With every 6 months subscription to The News v/e will give 12 " 2 years << u << u u a u n 4( u u u a ea i a (( 100 votes 300 " 900 When a subscription is given us we will issue votes according to i mount paid. Subscriber vote them for his 1 favorite contestant, or give them to contestant who will vote them. Contestants will be allowed to solicit subscriptions and get votes in this way. There will be no votes sold o...

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