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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

Winnsboro Weekly N°ws ii f V ✓ M Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1900, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY tocle Jcbtt? tJbsto OWE OF THOSE DRUMMERS SAID THAT HE WAS AM ASSttT TO THE WORL.D, OUT SAM VENTURED THE STATEMENT, " NAW- YO AINT BEN ET YET." W. A. Nabors' Weekly Letter I on Fruit and Truck Growing Rains have greatly demorali- the shortage * of the 1 crop is red prices on the berry, plum realized. South Texas planted a J and truck crops. Last Friday large acreage, the daily pre* we had a delayed express, Sat-1 and other Texas papers staled urday's shipments were delay- and the crop had been largely ecf by washouts up near Sulphur destroyed by overflow; that has corvwi<;~ me," AUToCASTf 4 QiUv.Cji Notice Automobile Owners I have opened up a garage in the J. W. Welch old stand and am now prepared to do your work...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

V.Vfc Business Bank for Business Men spirit of the First National Bank is one of give as as take. We recognize we owe to Business Men duty to give them all the financial assistance in our ' tttr. If >'ou are u Busine8B Man our willingness to ,you is only limited by your Willingness to show us gi't worthy of help. , gccount here will cement a business friendship we earnestly solicitious to form with you. May we i that account? IFirst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas V* fNS'flBQRQ WEEKLY NEWS MAY 26, 1922. • a i. Louis Stev^uson is visit- ing her parents in Rockwall this week. • T,, r r?/ I01^!on' J* E. Moorii i and Walter Whatley were in -ulphur Springs Tuesday. Watch for the Parrot. You will find wonders for 95c at The Enterprise. Cream Notice Churches Opportunities Slip By UAPTiST CHURCH promptly at Will buy cream twice each week, Wednesdays and Satur- day.— Dodk Gist Bring your friends to our 95c sale. It will pay you both. The Enterprise. R. J. Turner was in Dallas the first of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

{< # w \ m WINNflBORO WEEKLY NKWS MAY 26, 1922. I i \ % ft|, i I ■ Seven Points of Supremacy 1. The sola leather oaad Id "FOOT-riTTRIlS" l> ot lb* t «t quality obtainable. Even tbe loaolea ara cut from standard outaula leather. t. "FOOT-F1TTEK8" are the only shove In the world harlot fall length Tampa and aole leather box toea. Thla feature prercnta rlpptag at \ba Up aad make* • smooth outer and luner aurfaco. I. The Inaolea are ahnulitor channelled ao that thajr fit tightly agaloat the outaole. Them la no need or room for a cork Oiler. A amall place of daek la aaad to prevent aqueaklny. 4. The Calfakln Inalde counter pocket la of great value, for It aavea tba wear en tbe socks. Then la no rouKh surface to rub niralust. 5. "FOOT-FITTER" heola are K-lnrh longer than generally aaed. They give additional aupport to tba arch and Increaae the comfurt pad wear ef the aba* «. Tbe vamp U reenforced wltb S-os. duck. Thla abeerbe tba nolatare from tba foot, tbla keapa tbe vamp from crac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

bootlegger had CORN LIQUOR Pl^GD TO HYDRANT IN YARD gilmer once the heat op learning for texas people \ A «f| | f former U| evtrid|iij| |feat of J New in ublicaa | hinds oil cium^ii aKin|ft| arete. rdedui) tennlj ntmtstt iident t fce u d I M bb is io fail I BE ju t auiifaJ | lis kno jich Ml iin| THE DAILY TIMES HERALD flex — —ss I HvgitHg J&b WHtMt IN SHIPPING BOARD DEAL " is£as^ uw flSnofS frttow The Straight of it Know the correct detail* of every question, every market condition; get the latest newa. Read the 54LLAS TIMES HERALD icial Offer for May |y and Sunday Times Herald By Mail (n i Year . |x Months I V • • 0 $5.00 3.00 ascriptions for Dallas Times Herald leceived at Winnsboro News Office IT IS NOT TOO LATE to hatch and raise chicks from my [BARRED ROCK EGGS W. C. FOOTE I Satisfaction Guaranteed For LiVer Ills. %DTois3ght to tana and olroncthon tho orcans of digestion and elimination, Improve appatlto, atop alek heideohoe, rallawo bll- louanese. acrraet oonatlpatlon. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 May 1922

I.TfWWS MAY 26, 1922. RECITAL , FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 2«th, 1922 BY MNn Mary Evans and Mrs. Irene Holding 'f ' 'i Jit'H:i Wf- vL '* (1 •' 'if. — Gounod Irene Bolding « Otto Merz Evelyn Butler Engelmann Adrian Green Pau. Y/achs 9. ia 31. 12. EL JW. Trio,—<Faust u : Salley Lucy Andrews, Margaret Morns, Piano Solo—Polacco Brillante Sally Lucy Andrews Reading—The Romance of a Rose Duet—In Lilac Time Dora Gait and Lorence Cassel Beiidlng ; .. Fiona Solo—Rosy Fingers . . Lois Drummond L Trio—Yellow Jonquils Paul Johanning -Audrey Fae ilountree, Teretha ilollinshead, Elizabeth Suiter • Piano Solo—Trinity Bells ...1 Richard Goerdeler Lorene Cassel Reading—The Minuet .... Sally Lucy Andrews Duet—Skater's Waltzes Waldtenfel Louise Bolding and Mrs. Irene Bolding Piano Solo—Gliding Along Paul Lawson Elizabeth McCalman Reading—Our Hired Girl ...... Ruth Ramsdale Piano Solo—Autumn Idyl Louise Carlock .'A Trio Pianologue—Ting-A-Ling S^nulln Elizabeth McCalman, Julia Hightower, Joyce Corley Everyb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

[a, Nabors' Weekly Letter on Fruit and Truck Growing strawberry Setting . week ought to have been . idvantuge of, and we flus (to enlarge our straw- , fields. While I was glad * Mt Vernon with a truck i here Monday loaded with looked,4 like sufficient —to set 10 or 15 acres, yet Mowrh* struck me how i ni- pt it was that our own.peo- (more interested in an en- | strawberry acreage ratJi- i to let neighboring, com- «catch up or get ahead |7n a thing that we know The Irish Potato Crop Strange to say with all the adverse conditions we have the state and south in general, po- tatoes have gone off considerab- ly the past week or ten days. I had not been keeping very close up with the price thinking would not need same till next week, but Pittsburg begun digging Tuesday of this week, called me to know if I had any potato orders, stating at the same time if I could turn a few cars for them at $1.76 per cwt, f. o. b. V , the cars Pittsburg they would i they have to learn, and be very glad fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

JUNK 2, int. —- 'IIP ' ' mi - ■i > ■I LIE Mi i * H i * ii t. | I 1 \ Ji S B ■ I 1 iS U CABBAGE PESTS A Thirsty Little Boy HE HAS BEEN PLAYING VERY iJARD. HE HAS BEEN A GOOD BOY. Therefore, to reward him properly and to RELIEVE his BIG THIRST his mother has bought him a bottle of our re- freshing GRAPICO 3c PER BOTTLE It's made of the purest ingredients, and is always kept ioe cold, ready to refresh and deligh't you on hot days. There is a substantial sav- ing if you order by the case. Winnsboro . Bottling Works $50 DIAMOND IS FOUND IN ICE CREAM Geor&e Montgomery broke a perfectly good tooth eating ice cream at Smith Drug Co. Wed- nesday afternoon but when he discovered the cause of the breakage he had no complaint to make to the smiling dispen- ser who served him for when the element of disturbance was removed from the mouth and given an examination it was dis covered that it was a perfect diamond of good size, worth per- haps $75 or $80 if mounted. A number of patrons were i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

e pn 1I |i6: 35 the uhiver'sal car Out 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 l'k> 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 cojit of " operation and maintenance. We solicit your order for one now because tl>e demand is large an I continually increasing. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINN8BORO, TEXAS WINNSBQRO WEEKLY NEWS JtJNE 2, 1^T U innsbor° Summer formal J Young: MaaYOpportunity wn J3irS?srs and continues seven weeks clos- od innuuly Fverv h «i< i mir July 28th 1, m,;nwu - ™eiy bale ha* to fpi ' | be passed froru ■ I he purpose of this Normal t'n ■ one to four the same man Uvl° '["? teachm *nd P^^itwiea. Until'th, l„«t flT! livi teuchm an opportunity to'there have been I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

it JUNE 2, 1*22. •IK ! yl Your Money Back and a few Pair of Shoes Free" N. E. SEAY FOH JUSTICE OF PEACE To the Wearer who finds PAPER in the Hee/s% Insoles, Outsofes or Counters of a Pair of PETERS VST SHOES SOLID LEATHER .STRONGLY PUT TOGETHER FOR LADIES A*0 CHILDREN FOR MEN AMD BOYS V. a N. E. Ccay called at The News office Tuesday and authorized his announcement as a candi- diate for r.e-election to the offi- ce of Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 4. Mr. Seay's record as Jus- tice of Peace is well known to the voters of this precinct and it is useless for The News to say but little about his candidacy for re-election. He says if the voters see fit to continue him in office another term, .he will conduct the duties of same in the future as in the past, to the best of his ability. He will ap- preciate your vote. • J. H. KING FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE Wednesday afternoon, J. H. King requested us-to plaoe his name in our announcement col- umn as a candidate for Justice of Peace, precinct No...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY Business Bank for Business Men A Bank Hook is iw necosary to the edu- cation of your child as any book it in now studying. Have you given it one?. The . First National Bank welcomea the boys and girls. M«y we see yogr boks and girls here? METHODIST CHURCH i r First National Bank 4 s Winnsboro, Texas ibscribe for The News and help some- one win the big Radio Set. % 1922. Jiili of the f-mfdical department of the Uni- wlT i°f Tcxfls at Galveston Wednesday, receiving an M. D. degree, Herbert is the son of J"' ai|d Mrs. Walter Hill of Savoy who formerly lived in lV- Ilia many friends' Fine tints last Sunday, O, say "at2fia'lie hin,1 0,1 his! where did you go on that holy. dbtT brfin°?^ ""d P£f I day? Did you go to the Fa We Ken ur^slL ln hU house on to tha p!ftV grouiidt] Pjj «|on. j Just where is your playground? la it on the crcek, in tne open [ road ,at the gaming table ? Weir •I does not n.atter so muM* where it is as it does that you to helping by your Sabbath desec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

* ✓r Candidates ( *■ The News is authorized to an nounce the 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 county attorney— FIX)yd harry walter russell for tax collector- ERNEST McCRARY J. Q. BEARD C. C. MANSELL ROGER M. HESTER for county clerk- HALL BENTON JEWELL J. McLEOD C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK r. P. WOMACK W. G. WILSON for county supt. public instruction—. J. u. seArcy FOR TAX assessor- arthur NICHOLS george a. lloyd t. u. shirey a. k. (Bert) PATRICK FOR DISTRICT clerk- frank neyland J. w. (Jim) BULLOCK. virgil B. shaw FOR SHERIFF— A. H. JOLLEY (Re-election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER- MRS. LOVIE SEARCY. (Re-election) Hmi Sense from Eaat Texas (Dallas Evening Journal) No finer working text for the producers of Texas can be furnished than that which the fanners of the Winnsboro trade territory, in Northeast Texa...

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

WM X =B—— "wwuoBowmw f 'or Prompt Service Phone 265 4 Suits called for and delivered f Satisfaction Guaranteed MAX HITT r~~ ^|§# M-T1GHT FLEAS ■KlKufl Ufi. M .0 Ml i B, CHKXUS AMD HBEOXWUCUiG .\SICIS ON POULIIT FEED MARTIN'S SW^Ml* II* YOUR CHICKENS *1 ■yS>2AYHCH HOUSES WITH > fllirtin's Liquid Bug Spray K§*11*1ACTION UUAIIANTBIO Bnney drug cu. A FREAK PIG **?\ rrisNOT too late r to hat J atse chick.s fBARRhr it . ; (JitS w. 0. foote l! faction ( .ailii,. i d Frank Kirkland who liveg four miles qorth of Quitrfian, brought to town and exhibited in our of- fice Thursday evening of last week a freak pig that was a wonder. The pig had two nature al mouths and noses. Mr. Kirk- land fed U e pig milk in l>oth mouths. When it was being fed in one mouth the other mouth would smack as if it was being fed in it. It breathed* out of both noses. It had no ears, biitj it had three .eyes, one on eachj side of the head and one in thei center of the head. Its head was' abnormally largo. It ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 June 1922

JUNE S IMS. TTTi ! < • 1 ' ' ' *r v ' THE ENTERPRISE T. B. TURNER & SO] ) flf fl il - I ! ! £ 19 . j - I i I i |; , M " I it r 1 ? ■■.c. Celebrating Our Ninth Anniversary Astounding Values for the Solid Month of June BEGINNING FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd POLLY PARROT wl'l dictate. See him in the windows, on every counter, in every depart- ment. He has orders and authority to name prices that will sell you quickly and in quantities. Hear and heed what he has to say. Special Feature Sale 9 to 10 A. M. ~ 1 to 2 P. M. Daily. Friday, 2nd~9tol0 a.m—2-for-5c Sale including brass pins, buttons, silk embroidery thread,etc. 1 to 2 p.m—Special 10c Sale for one hour only, merchandise worth 20 to 25c. Saturday-Similar Sales at same hours. All next week you will find unsual Specials. SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIALS Silk Embroidery threads for 2 l-2c Pretty Leghorn hats for Ladies and and'Misses, worth double $3.89 and $4.89 50c Linen box paper 25c 10c Hair nets for only — —5c $3.00 Men's work shoes $1.95 $2.2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

wj \ j tj/ - v - i Ku 1 9 iO] )art. (ties. etc. IE 95c 95e 95c 95c 95c ' 1311 1} telsin I—NO. , yii-NO WINNSBOBQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY JUNE 9, 1932 ( A. Nabors' Weekly Letter 0n Fruit and Truck Growing tit pretty clear to most peo- Lt we arc going to have tt boll weevil infestation yeountry ever had. A man jwt in our office Monday g with a jar full of boll that he had picked off lVon Sunday and they ccr- ' looked a flight and de- _jing. Another man told us in examining some nice feotton with forms on it, on linj clos-o found plenty of weevils puncturing the as fast as they' would on one stalk found five up in the bud waiting r the squores to form. Of I this may he undue alarm, [mild be terrific for our coun to fail altogether to make [cotton crop, possibly a diy and July might help the lion; we simply can't tell.. J what we are trying to get lis a pretty safe hedge as far [possible, by as many farmers i possible, <>n .subsitute crops r cotton. ■ fiad then an a good many ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

ill 1 I 1 1 7 i 1 M Bf ' 1 i v Utfl I 1 . ia I « < « • t I I «« • « t t « • t « « « • • « ••-1 « < • ' Poison the Boll Weevil at the Right Time * "In time of peace, prepare for war," is a proverb more or less in disfavor in international ne- gotutions just now, but it still applies to fighting the cotton boll weevil, says the United Sta- tes Department of Agriculture. Late poisoning is likely to hurt the far ler more than it hurts the weevil, and the only way to be sure of getting an "even break" with the weevil, is to be supplied in advance with calci- um arsenate and dusting mach- inery. "We find every year," says P. R. Coad, director of the De- partment's boll weevil labora- tory, "that many farmers fail to realize their danger eagy en- ough and then start making desperate efforts to poison af- ter the infestation has become very heavy. They scurry around trying to get calcium arsenate and dusting machinery, and nearly always there is consider- able delay.^Sven when they ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

vj r\ pent !!1 tllrt The $1,00 in jour Bank Account in worth to you any $10.00 you have spent Spent money, like past time come* not back. 1 «• ■"! tMM money you keep in an interest Account at the First National Bank is here for you at any time md you never have to wait until it comes back. You may regret having spent your money—you til not regret having banked it Isn't that so? First National Bank (. i • Winnsboro, Texas •v«ij n IVI1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NI £eud our Enterprise ad. Mrs. Arthur Angle is viait- mg in Leesburg this week. ^ ,tf A* 'it ) Let the Parrots talk, bear ithcin at The Enterprise. ' • *' ——_ W. M. Rhone left Monday morning for Mineral Wells. r ittw owwrrrn JtJNK 9, 1922 Quit paying rent, and own your home. Winnsboro Building Loan. Something D-O-I-N-G lo'clock Saturday The Racket Store. Have your screens recovered :t Westbrook's. > Mrs. Iiufe Alvis is home from Commerce. —■m 1111 •Alvis Ward is home from A. & M. College. *- Miss Lulu Gilbreath is visit- ing in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

v is**""" Ml®' ||i j w . j ' 1 I I m m" •1 V. I JUNE X, ltn. t > "U JUNE •, 1922 fMf/AWf* t i t | Candidates • LOVE OF PEGGTEED TO SUICIDE The News is authorized an- nounce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- ll >, July 22. 1922. CHIEF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEALS—Ife W. M. TAYLOR (of Dallas) FOR state senate— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR county judge— h. v. puckett. R. m. smith for COUNTY ATTORNEY- FLOYD HARRY WALTER RUSSELL for TAX COLLECTOR— ERNEST McCRARY j. Q. BEARD C. C. MANSE LL ROGER M. HESTER "virntnn ke Franklin Club Reorganized Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With IXtCXlt APPLICATIONS. r they cannot reach lh« mhI of thu dlietM. . Catarrh In a locul disease, ln- — , flutneed by constitutional conditions. At a meeting cf the share-. "n?*?n i0 r£im*<iy! /i*ire ci- holders of the Lake Franklinj th.,5«a53«K5S «i SSSKT. Club a complete reorganization' fares i the •r«ton> Hail * Catarrh V/iiu;, « • . , purc w„a prescribed i>y ono of the bu.i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

the universal car Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars now in use, about sixty pcrcent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one thiny 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 forthc farmer the pleasures ofliving. A f: 'y car without an equal in low cost of operation and maintenance. We solicit your order for one now because the demand is large anJ continually increasing. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS !;r\ mm Tfll m. f - t JJCT' * V*d| (v> You Need A Summer Suit V We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for Spring and Sum.vjr wear. Call and inspect them, you are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- sonable price. Clwnin^ and Pressing fh&t Pleases W DE WEATHERBY V,';chitr. F:i1Ih, Texas, June .'J. (Dallas Tin <„•* Ilerald) —Judge E. W. Nap;:r, who oti- Suit for the recovery of $4,-( ter;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

!aiU/ij I? 1 b- ■■■.: s i .I'M IHI fl I I1 't E \ s ■ 4! * L- I r\ * fft Jill | k 1 f. i i ,v ii i i ll f JUNE 1, JUNE , 1322 !T—■ Wimisboro Weekly N^ws ""Homer R. Weir. Editor 11.25 A-YEAR IN ADVANCE tfntired r.Jt#ptemb P po toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. ter as second-class mat- iber 24, 190^ at the Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TEXAS—SOME STATE A Shriner out in California seems to have been somewhat nettled by press reports of the recent golf ^oumment at San Antonio wherein the wonder- fui winter climate of Texas was extrolled as being equal to that of California. How do you people get that way? he asked. I admit that your state has a wonderful area and it certainly rejuires a won- derful area to contain all. of your arrogance. Indeed, I ui- derstan that Texas assumes to be the greatest state in the Un- ion. Ah, no, Brother Noble, it doesn't assume to be—it is. There are only two things worth mentioning in the w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

d WPf*3 X>*0 WBMKLT NEWS ' n t. lMB ,' □ 1W M f -<ll *AM m 7 FARM LOANS GET THE BEST 1 Per Cent WHY PAY MORE? Long Time (5 to 35 Years) Easy Payment that Cancel the Debt ie Government's Own System of Giving JTexas People through the Federal Land Bank of Houston a Cheap Money D. DAVIS Winnsboro, Texas CALIFORNIA OIRL £TS,BEAUTV VOTE SYKUP PRODUCERS MAY BUILD CENTRAL PLANT, SAYS ALPORD 1 c. cretary-T reasurer r«cm ill" ftUdche* "U- sctatica, Read every line of the page ad in next week's News, it's to your benefit to do so. VOLSTEAD NOT WELCOME (Dallas Times-Herald) Ribbon cane syrup producers of Last Texas may biuld a cen- 'vnl plnnt for the parfecting of I that product for marketing in a l;Tge .scale, co-operative way which will handle from 6000 to 10000 gallons, of syrup a day. G. H. Alford, 1365II PHIZES s FOR BEST RMYKS A new content Is Just being started whirit will interest everyone who reads tlits paper. Anyone run enter (Ills Contest—anyone run whil All it Is nrcc .sary ...

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