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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 May 1922

wphoboko wratrygws way ft, im. «m*RH I J I 111 (! • 1 '4 W'OCMUR Lord and Lady ^Bhld or/*Astav' :f*rt ^flPT w rmlv greeted a* a true American-torn member Ihe Uritish nobility on her arrival at New Yorjt. Lady Aitor hat o * . y> interest in political activities and ii here as delegate to fan-American conference of the National League of Women Voters Baltimore, Md. I hoto «ihows Lord and Lady Astor snapped in a mood on their arrival in New York. boro Weekly News Rataier It. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE do some one thing well, that the business man will pay you tor doing. Let us train you in liookkeeping, Shorthand, Busi- ness Finance, Telegraphy, Cot- ton ClassiAg, Typewriting, bales mans hip, Wireless Telegraphy Hatered as second-class mat- and Telephony, and we will ae~ September 24, 1909, at the Tice at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known n application. cure you a position at a good salary that will also serve as a stepping stone to higher ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

Ad ttHtmslxorx) [XIII—NO. 35. *JClv l|J| r. Nabors' Weekly Letter On the Truck Situation W 1NNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MAY 12,1922. WINNSBOItO NATIONAL GUARD COMi'ANY 91.25 PER YEAR Bruce W. Edwards, captain of I exas National Guard, Company — , wui.M v «,e . Inta try, hands us ,11 know thnt corn, if sea- extremely anxious that no chan-1 i. uw,ntr w th request to ire right, will make pra- ce l>e taken in the matter of pU!^fh': w .. , „ • as ^ood planted now as ieed and tood crops. They say , NaVonal Guard Corn- It is an plt' time for the if th# country fails to grow all ?a,?y r Winnsboro lias been "of all the different vari of the feed and food crps it •derul|yirecognized and is mak- fitld peas. Keep the peas can grow and is necessary for lr)g, raP,(* Progress. Thursday - - — r0„wu lutever kind is planted so its use, there probably will I>e • , €ach Wcek is regular ">r everything that was for ill sell to host advantage, no money to buy these another I night an<l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

WINN8B0R0 WWKKLY NEW MAT 12 1922. I a. . h H cigarettes T. U. SHIREY FOR TAX ASSESSOR ;i .il They are Good! Buy thi$ Cigarette and Save Money Travis U. Shirey, aandidate for Tax Assessor of Wood coun- ty, is a native of Wood coun- ty, having been born and reared six miles south of Winnsbm In 190'.) his parents, Mr. Mrs. G. W. Shirey niov <1 tiie farm near Quitn an \ they have resided suncu i has resided continuously ii. county except the time he in training camp at 1 lamp vis. He did not go aero account of phy&ci«i ditubili lie has been iv.... .stunt Tax sessor for the pft: t three j and is well acquainted v.iih COMMUNITY SYRUP BLENDING PLANTS ■ ^To Stop a Cough Quick HAYES1 HE AUNG HONEY, a medicine which Mop* the couflh by _ the inflamed and Irritated tissues of GROVE'S O-f'EN-TRATE ■i E for Chest Colds, Head Colds a«d u enclosed with every bottle of y HEAIJNO HONEY Ths sslvo *• mbbed on the cheat and throat (teen suffering bom a Cold or Ckoup. kealln* effect oI Hare*' Heal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

WTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 12, 1922. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable "beast 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 bronze 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 an J let's talk it over and leave your order for one. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS farm drudgery drove henry ford into automobile making 01 J) HOME OF DANIEL BOONE IS SAID TO HE FALLIXG TO PIECES Deterlor t'erl by the elements it has withstood for 192 years, ! the storn* house in the foothills New York.—Like on a furm drove Henry Ford into making automobiles. Mr. Ford says so hlms :U in jot Ex-tcrt... ,;Pi ^rks Coun an articlj vvh.cn he c..lls "My ty, whore La lei Boone, the sH?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

MAY 12,1922. * if ii i 1 > f WWn i. .. Your Vacation and What LUTHBR DODGEN BUYS T AMERICAN LBGION You Wid Be Doiii* m 1030 JIM TAYLOR GROCERY) HAS BASE WALL TKAM This depends on what you do within the next tew month*. The ordinary young pe"son is not rich in money, but rich in time and opportunity. A day to the boy or girl from sixteen to twenty-one years of age is worth a month of the time to the man or woman forty years of age. Time properly invested now will earn dividends the rest of your life. You will not waste your time waiting for something to turn up, but you will turn up something worth while. Through a business education is the shortest cvjt to success and now is the time to get it. Business conditions are im- proving rapidly and within a few months the wheels of com- merce will be humming every- where. By entering our school now for our courses of General business, general banking, gen- eral railroad, bookkeeping, short hand, telegraphy, cotton clas- sing, wireless t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

WINNSBORO WEKKI,Y NEWT *fA\ 12 19*2. IIIIIHIIlilllllllllllllltiinilHIIHiHIHIIIHIIIiilHHIIIUlllliniiiHiiiiiini11- I ' OFFICIAL BTATHMKNT The First National Bank WIKNSBullO, TKXAS A,,he Clo« of !>...! ••. M-r S.llKia... K.«Uer«I to theComptroller of the Currency .. . ■ lllilllilllllllllllllllilllllllii,. lUlllllilllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllHi No 464 Merchants & Planters State Hank WINNSBOUO, TKXAS Statement mi the Clone of liii«ineM May 5, 1922 ■ 11 RESOURCES Loans & Discounts $153,304.20 U. S. Bonds.™ 156,550.00 Building & Fixtures 11,575.00 ( ash & Exchange .. 100,253.77 Total $721,682.97 liabilities Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Fund ...... 100,000.00 Undiv'd Profits (net) 95,915.35 Circulation 49,200.00 Customers Bonds r^P°sited - 49,550.00 Bills Payable and Rediscounts NONE Individual Deposits. 327 017.62 Total.... $721,682.97 Th« Above Statement la Correct ALF MORRIS, Caahov. liilliri RESOURCES Loans & Discoun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

■\ O • •i i 1 . i' h ft Is VI ll 'M '4 l.Hd Af 4 Charter No. 5674 Reserve District No 11 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Winnsboro in the Stute of Texas, at the close of business on flay 5, 1922. RESOURCES * "f Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (Except as shown in b and c) $450,026.81 Customers liability account of acceptances of this bank purchased or disc'td by it 3,278.89 Deposited to secure circulation (U.S. bonds par value) - 60,000,00 All other U. S. Government securities 106,550.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc Banking House, furniture and fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Rank Cash in vault and amount due from national banks. Exchange for clearning house * 1,526.42 Checks on other banks in same city or town as reporting bank (other than item 12) 3,232.79 Checks and drafts on banks (including Federal Total of items 9, 10, 11, 12. and 13 65,807.44 Miscellaneous Cash Items 192.13 192.13 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and du...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

WTNNftBOftO MAY 1J. 1922. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS Wfgf itotB pi r $ 11 Beginning Friday Morning, May 12 And Ending Saturday Evening at 8 o'clock, June 24th, 1922. THIS RADIO every 6 months subscription to The News we will give 100 votes it (( (( " 12 2 years u (( u (( a a u a u it H (( u 300 900 u a When a subscription is given us we will issue votes according to smcunt paid. Subscriber vote them for his 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 or given away at this office; the only way votes will be issued by The News is on paid subscriptions as stated above. If You Want This Radio Set Get in the Contest at the Start If you want to enter this contest fill out the blank below and mail or send it to The News office at once. If you do not care to enter yourself, fill in the blank for some friend you want to see owner of a Radio Set. Do this at once as t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 May 1922

11.' -i ft1' I I ',h" WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS MAT 12. 1*22. Weekly Newi Boner R. Weir, Editor JL2D A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- tar. September 24, 1909, at the ifMtoffice at Winnstorot Texas, the act of March 8, 1879. AAiertising rates made known ► application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY COMES TO DISCUSS STEEL IMPORT DUTY >S-' . v.., i OVER TWELVE AND HALF MILLION MOTOR CARS IN WORLD TODAY countries of the world the den- sity of the motor population in the United States te startling. Final revised registration fig- ures show one for ev«ry 10-2 STATISTICS A MILLINERY TRAGEDY An amusing little incident occurred at the Thompson mil The Mayor Went To! Henry Allen Wilson, secretary of the New England Tnti-Toba- More .I..™ «3 per «„t of th. j ™ '"j™ Mid "> ■ add,V3S S^WUSSTS % .t.«5«e.S«o=d &£ every 5.49, Colorado one for show us that for every cigarjspring's hn to try on some of,to bother about 12, .88,949.. ctor vehicles in usa in the won * nh> in the United ola...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

Xni^NO. 3ft. McKINNBY-WBIR n, Lewis Kliotfc McKinney ,Ji Viiss Charlene Weir, dau- ^,r of Mr. and Mrs. Claude tt'cir were married Wednes- L night at 8:H0 p. m. at the v Jathodi ' church, Winns- The ring ceremony was finned by the Rev. W. C. veil, pwtar of the church. Prhe church was decorated i glimax and Dorothy Per- w roues in the Grecian gar- . effect, white peuestals twin (with the ron and jardinieres I with ro' > on lop of the ^tals. Festoons of white rib- j reached I m the pedestals ithe rose-twined arch under ch hun? the white flowered tfjr.jr bell. Prior to the en- j of the wedding party the pony Club directed by Mrs. L Wilfong, sang "Blossom ne" and "A Song of Spring" Mrs. Homer R. Weir, aunt ["the bride, sang "Until," for pre-nuptial solo, acconwan- Jby Mrs. A. L Wilfong. Mrs. , C. Campbell presided at the organ throughout the ce- nony. Hie two ht r-il' " Francis Vis, whose froc!' was pf white [net,and Ma.,i •)• Harold Bnt- whose suit nas of while, eared with ilv<>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 19, 1922 U^HJIWET.iW" ni-nrnrtinr^ * " • • '> ■ • • •1 '+ .' ' t i 1 i •• > ; V| ' :j ' m i 11 I * I \\ * I i II:' I 8EE PERKINS Dollar Day WINDOWS DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL 22x44 extra large bleached Tur- kish towels, 3 towels for $1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL 32 inch Bleached Turkish tow- els, full size, 6 towels $1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL Four pieoo Turkish towel set,, blue and white, $1.50 value $1 DOLLAR DAY FPECIAL Perfect quality linen finish crash toweling, special 8 yds..... $1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL Extra weight fine quality all pure linen toweling, 4 yds... $1 DOLLAR DAY,SPECIAL Big lot colored Curtain Drapery assirted patterns, 8 yds $1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL Choice quality 36 inch BookfoU: Percales, new patterns, special 6 yards for _ $1 SSSSWEW.. "T.vt.'.wr-'jm BROWN DOMESTIC 36 INCH 12 YARDS DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL Special lot fancy Dress Gingham good quality, 6 yards ...$1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL 40c and 45c Underwear Crepe in dainty floral patternr. 3 yds $1 DOLLAR DAY SP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

WINNUBQRO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 19, 1922 WAR VETERANS NEiSD THE AMERICAN LEGION THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable "beast of burden" and surely har. the "r;ijit 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 bronze 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 talk it over and leave your order for one. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS fynsi You Need A New Spring Suit We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for Spring and Suni.M-r wear. Call and inspect them, you are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- sonable price. Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases WADE WEATHERBY In the pant few daya in the :>J iic pre;, -xs or our nation It "s come to the attention of i o ex-ccrvicy me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 1 . 1922 'tr> i'I'V K • ,' .ijS5 • <i • • .r t i 13 > a- il?' i I h i if* 4 PEOPLE WHO DONT THINK, THE LIQUOR SITUATION f W.< '• • >IPiflkLr0''VJIiJ ' • •* _«■*— ^ A fellow walked along. the main street the other day read- ing the paper. Suddenly h« tqn-; 4 sed the paper into the street1 x- and continued his journey. A housewife opened a can of tomatoes. The empty can found its way into the back alley. A young couple wandered Very few rummies will admit it, but t^ere is far le«* drinking *i«\| ftfcan ' before prohibition. Turn your memory back to the saloon days, when midnight owl cars were riotous, road houses baccahanalian and drunken men staggered in streets were com- mon. A souse attracts ten times aimlessly along engrossed in a8 mucj, attention now because themselves and the candy they the stuff is hard to get. were eating. The bo* was drop*! Ewry conversation these days ped onto the sidewalk. A farmer's horse cast a shoe in the street. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

ewg i of T, - 26j " Uj - 6i ld - H ..... 4)7 ■ 6,0 - 2,0 mi lao* • lor M • 219J 146^ 101 ^446,4 us dot he best i May,, Texag. on TO 21,11 j Mr.! Joiiprrej James , >22 Ind; Idy fe. Ith |v W1NN3BORQ WEEKLY NEWS ' MaV ' \*t > j/V 7; t'i it! ,1 Mr. mid Mr*. C. C. Chapman, An effort is beintr mmti. hv and Alf M™' Ge<l" *? JIu"*le' some of the business men to rI and Alf Morns left Tuesday organize the Chaml>er of Com- tlu. K°«u forADalh,H .to attend morc". «nd we underntand a the Bankers Association meet- meeting will \,e held within the tng 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 alx>ut their financial matters, but this ghould not be so. We are always glad to consult with you about all such matters and our advice costs you nothing. First National Bank is next tew days to discuss matter. the r t. - —^ J'B. Knight and children of Mertdiaan are here f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MAY 10, 1922 i1 j if m No W bruu in u I'HMllliy Child All t!.i<ur*o Utfeblcu wliii Vuni liuvc t:> J lit a lib v rotor. wiikb to kai. I«.r but) riiic. >Ik io U mote or lt •luuiuli ui«uiti«nct GKO\ i. TAS1ELESS chill TUNIC WWtart: IKIWJ a three weeks will rarVJi the hioixl. 1m- IWUVU lb* UHmlton. Md act M a General Strength rnlntf Tuolc to the whole Nature will thro tin iw off or dtapel the worm*, and the Child will be Id ix-rfect health. Plaaaaot to take. 60c par bottle. « If the neighbors chickens would get into a man's garden little earlier he wouldn't have to spade it. lla>'iii' Most of the pain \vc suffer is unnecessary. Wliy continue to endure it—to sacrificc your youth, beauty, and enjoyment to it? > The combination of sirot 1c harmless medicines found in Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is especially effective in re- lieving pain without bad after- effects. For more than thirty-five years sufferers from headache, ' neuralgia, backache, tooth- ach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

WINNSBORO WBBKLY NBWR MAT 1 , 1922 tup pA!LV TIMES HKRALDl mTuT] ill-' l/ !■ — *-'«->■-«■— I wcnriM*1 , —- -zi IN SHIPPWO MMHfBCu |0tlf The Straight of it £now tlx* corri-rl details of every question, jvfry markfl condition; get the lutest news. Read l'ic HAS TIMES HERALD >cial Offer for May lyand Sunday Times Herald By Mail Year . IMonths • • • $5.00 3.00 criptions for Dallas Times Herald fccived at Winnsboro News Office IMER COLDS ^illy leave a trail of Build up on jtt's Emulsion nptly, pleasantly and (ectually adds i to the body. tup resistance! klteimc,BloonifirH! N J. 22-4 at Constipation Cured In M to 21 Days t. 5 WITH PEPSIN" i.s a s| ecinlly- IdSynipTonic-Laxati vo for Habitual It relieves promptly but |b* Ukea regularly for 14 to 21 days ^enjukr action It Stimulates and L«Very P!ea:i.<rit RiTake. • 60c IT IS NOT TOO LATE Yet to hatch and raise chicks I from my BARRED ROCK EGGS W. ('. FOOTE Satisfaction Guaranteed The Quinine That Do« Not Affect The Mead Because of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 May 1922

1922 ■ 11 M j M I If 19 ! 1 I ■ i w j J' vii ORDINARY ENT SAL Begins 10 o'clock Friday Throughout May we will continue this Extraordiary 95c Sale. Wonderful value* will be added from tin to time. The whole store will 1 ave the 95c spirit. In the Millinery Department, Ready-to-Wear Departmei Shoe and Dry Goods Department, you will find hundreds of Bargains at 95c, $1.95, $2.95, etc. Here are some unheard of prices in the highest-class merchandise. We are quoting about half the items. Bargains that Will Surprii You Silverware V The genuine Sheffield Silver (each piece branded.) Guaranteed for 10 years. Silver that sells regular for $4 to $7 set at the astounding Q price of 95c set of six pieces Silver Ice Tea Spoons . . . 95c Silver Tea Spoons at . . . 95c Silver Table Spoons. . ... 95c Silver Forks 95c Silver Knives . . . . . ,. • 95c $2.50 to $3 gold plated handles Razor Steel Scissors . . . 95c $2 to $3 Ladies' Hand Bags and Purses 95c $2.50 French Ivory Mirrors . 95c $1.50 all-sil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

fa tii lI*tmer Irpri ues |.9S. ile, ai W''' ■*. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY MAY 28, 1922. I $1.25 PER YKAK XIII-NO. JJ7. insboro Chamber of Commerce Reorganized RADIO CONTEST | A mans meeting of citizens is out the Wnnaboro wa. held Friday that bvll- | nwil'tuiur iL . the News Itadio Con devote pl' nty of time fag votes and we have Ffcom a few already this" ■try ^jit they d<> re gardless of J® they win the set or | Re mailed out last week ition receipts and a let- fining ■everything' about Btest to tlir-.e who have nominated. If any failed . the lett. r we will send pv« another if they will call |fc office. One young fellow i in Tuesday for a receipt >ng, after ant linaryl (nominated to date Carlock, J r 1000 Paul ( In and | I'as emp as a' Instant; lis va finneyl Icatch morning to discuss the re-or- ganization of the Chamber of Commerce. The meeting was well attended. Nearly every , , , . (rood i ',usine83 house in the town was % m-who jreta thetS?Pr®3'!n,n'1 a"d ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

-S- >|P! Octogenarian Bat a High Flier iff! ■ •A* J5 *« oW- • firmer, hi an aeroplane for W l.l« !d~.o* M. Lrf T1 •nd to § irom Qumu Aerodrome, iThu SSi Bli m-' **yt U enjoyed ,he «h" 2ft iSJ^Ul * ** *' "* *ood b^ u Ptane u—i MM. Motion Pictures Be Tnutiimi sy Now nd Hv R« Predicting eclipses Washiugton, "i|a^ 20. ing pictures now ;ftuiy be mitted by radio from a c broadcasting station nit' of the people, or lomes penings on the world i newspap r criminals in Dne cenral iikcness she avery ci the worl rrtiK atr il hip thai other §iJe « iay bi flushed int< of flies. nntor.ou IV i© cxhdnttf'1 ii station and: t.ieii >wn to ih© police in town and hamlet of instantly. Thin announ . BEAUTY TO GREE1 "WORLD WAX VETERAN. 71, HE STROLLS •CROSS CONTINENT "I & Mi** Agne« Dohoney, who ia said *o be the moat beautiful girl of the *««W«n West, ha* been aelected at •chairman of the reception commit- "•ee to greet the disabled American veterans of the World War who ■aeet at San Francisco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS MAY 26, 1922. 5W5 #f * THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ot of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars now in use, about sixty percent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one thing has brought to the farm so much of comfort and profit-as has the Ford car. It has enlarged the social life, doubled the facilities for market- ing, brought the town next door to the farm, multiplied for the farmer the pleasures of living, A family car without an equal in low cost of operation and maintenance. We solicit your order for one now because the demand is large ami continually increasing. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS % te . . You Need A Summer Suit 9 We have hundreds of samples of the newest staples for Spring and Summer wear. Call and inspect them, you are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- sonable price. # * " * Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases -jf • « . WADE WEATHERBY JUDGE F'HNK MOKKiS PREACHES TO THOUSANDS (From Hamilton Herald-Record) 'lhe greatest revival hi the his...

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