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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 June 1922

' 9' ' ■ !£ SU I v • I 8 In — WUi Just received a big lot of Shirts in Stripes, Checks and Solids. Priced right $1.50 The Old Reliable Ar- row Line. ."Hfctrf-1 • " As JUNK t, IMS f State Democratic Primary Ticket ROTHSGHUD Straw Hats STRAW HATS In all the late styles l • and colors. Will Price with any Merchant $1.50 TO $2.95 * See Our Window Display TURNER MERCANTILE 0. " qim *- ■ 0 W. H. Carter's flock of pure bred chickens from which hi las sold $100.00 worth of eggs from GO hens this year. Waco, June ®.—Former Gov. Jantgs E. Ferguson of Temple, candidate for the United States Senate, and Milton Everett of San Antonio, State secretary of, the Association opposed to the [ prohibition amendment, filed, with J. W. Hale, secretary of the State Committee yesterday i u petition bearing 56,401 names asking a referendum in the July | primary on the light wine and beer issue. The petitions werei contained in six large bundles,! and caused a commotion among, Waco politicians. Filing of thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

. m f\ A W t * .NO. 40. ~— '* '< $r ft lg^>™ - ling Factory [Canning Blackberries winnsboro^ WOOD COUNT Y, Play July 4 at ' Pleasant Grove (COUNTY ACENT j we are miming this in an ^indication is that w y' «winin« the ,/cotton will I* good 8U,T>Ius of blackberries whether |the best culture met- tame or wild berries. Mr. C. W. Wore should l>e employ Moore who has charge of the Lt the plant in produe- general managing of it, tells us («ry be®1 yie,ds *2™]® that wild blackberries bought in L^ta"ifSlthe°soH be-}bttl^ or ^ other blackberries JjIanH the v-ather hot to that, mash and are not Only or August we can suitable for canning. They 7I large yield of cotton 1 would make «ood jam doubtlees _ ^ boll weevil. After .but they are not prepared to mawmaS. boy Thoma* Holley Jf* dust mulch, we can jam them> He advitte8 that we Mrs. Chiggerson Boggs, a re- A weevils from the tumish crates to those who f.ruliC,ty lady L|"1;U1 Mc- hytli- ii" 1'iush at- want to pick the wild berrie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

\H P in r ■ i V JVJI* M. 1« 7, AICT'TOCJOI'Tiu OS I h IMj a She *** of 14 .She To Ti* ■*-<- - : >aows4 th ; m '>mrf to K. D. 1 Sdwerabtr ^23t& i<f7!9. I mo*« t*« children l)L^Ed F'<r «Kh of ths c:tjr. Her boat*-d wweM mer tf. lie Gkn bid IS ;an ifft- S*e pesstd frwr: e.rh to Sea**a May 7th 19ZI Bef'Jt* her wiritfc she m Sffrs. 9n - JJtw there float by !# ♦ tr -f Jerm rwthn. "nxw ■one is *71 the eoM and hoftww *orid nc focrtt of d-*r> strong feathWs love yn thai litto * cwClw; heart mors beaati- 'luo the flowers sweeter thaa. the Ifniraoee of races, than the an—him <Jeerer that tfc# «e* higher than the sky and hstfof as eternity k the Vw? of a mother. She loved her boys and rnvWiiMren. hif and itrwif a* they were ther w«* still Her Ktt'e eh tdr-*n and ne^er was an/one mm de*e&ed th an- ther were to her. The- r ••«■" tired of adininKtenaf * 1st dorfnf fcer ; fines*. Her two no- We arm* *hr-r C*nw?t- -ave the heart felt fsrm<«thr of entire town. To he bt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

WINNBBORQ WEEKLY NEWS THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of tiie more than 3,000,(XX) Ford csr> now in use, about sixty percent have been add to farmers. Probably no other one thing has brought to the farm o much of comfort r.nd profit as lias 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 ppcration and maintenance. We solicit your order for one now because the demand is large and continually increasing. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS NOT You Need A Summer Suit We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for spring and Sum.M-r wear. Call and inspect them, you are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- i lonable price. Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases WADE WEATHERBY ■ A PROPOSITION FOR «VKRV MAN OR WOMiN A REAL MAN OR WOMAN FOR EVERY POSITION IS WHAT HIE WORM) IS DEMANDING TODAY Whether times are good or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

r. trS BR I H « . * 11' . Mi I : i ': V i i;. . SM1' Weekly News R. Weir, Editor YEAH IN ADVANCE ;M" . "".r NEWS JUNE 16, ! . |t. j. shaw FOR R£- t:cn to office of tax collector TO COUNTY >ATES County candidate# — .. all precinct candidate*( we * quested to use due jn Entered as 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 <S5j^^^KQ> LITTLE ADS AGENTS—Make 100 per cent profit selling National Fibre House Brooms; retail for $1; free sample offer. National Fibre Broom Co., St. Louis, Mo. FOR SALE—Complete pumping outfit, tank, pump and gasoline engine. Mrs. T. J. Gibson. FOR SALE—New Ford Sedan with $135.00 worth of extras. Will sell for less than list and throw in the extras.—Will C. Anderson. In saV.iit.ung my candidacy ^ lheir uppHcation jfnce ,in r rc-ctection to the office of * .. t ,a for plii- ix Collector of Wood County, ftl_- i7f|, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

Installment Plan on the inatll- the other Dot- al the end of the year If you Bank $1.00 at the end of ym on buy or bank fl.M a a<nt p'Hn- 0nc mama ***** hrs< which do yoa prefer to fcare? |f you payou* * you have a bundle of , wek at The Fir* the year you have (S1H. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas WM'W'-- WINNSBORO WBSKLT 1111 POHTOFFJCE ITEMS Miss Effie Jackson left Satur-' ai day of last week for Elgin, ai.d's otnei points on her annual va- cation. une IS, m*; f,n Gorman and James B.' ' returned Saturday froml •tin where they attended tne! University the past sea^1 t—r POULTRY RALSERS [ desire to meet all poultry j in Winnsboro trade ter- 1 at the Chamber of Com- „ rooms Saturday June 24th ["u'clock. The main object of t netting is to discuss plans i poultry show that tho of Commerce wants |je in the near future. 0. Marvin Thomas, Secy. —0 0LLAR DAY Dollar a pair on shoes. Buy the new at $2.95, $3.95, $4.95. I lot at 95c a parr. The En- [ Miss Eunice Freeman of Jef- i i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

It ' : -v 1 fl II •I I 1 Ifil 11! y I 1>: : i ifilfa" 1 Hi fi t| tf ; ; i si ' < I 1 # I' PS The Newa In authorized t* an Bounce the following candidate* subject to the Democratic pri mary, July 22, 1922. CHIEF JUSTICE COURT CIVIL APPEALS W. M. TAYLOR (of Dallaa) 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. MANSELL ROGER M. HESTER T. J. SHAW S+Jkl CAIU'/G MtU -It YOU CO*t *ltoWT THIS UUHt! "tou ./ fOME "TAKK. CO'jP. SMOCS A>' OTC^KlNif \ Off I YE-OW LOO«W TICKkK/ OAfSN'T h m m jL'/HSu ! BAREFOOT TIME «t i<u e.imnea't M/rer«'«« *C ' 1 "«• , IMt„i *r—ilnl th, £ajy to digest- I per foci summer days 10*>£ CORN FL FOR COUNTY CLERK- HALL BENTON JEWELL J. McLEOD C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK R. P. WOMACK W. G. WILSON BAREFOOT GOLF . THE LATEST CRAZE FOR COUNTY SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— J. U. SEARCY FOR TAX ASSESSOR— ARTHUR NICHOLS GE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

Twenty Men op Farm Mm Era i*h"~ r'*. K1 J, Cent ■im* [ • T Til. It '«h f . i<e tor the farm is sn auto truck attach' I ; re- Holes for posts. it consists of a huge I me front of (he chassu of an ordinary fi c truck is used to operate the boring ( «crk of twenty mtn. [A. Nat >::s' Weekly Letter u ar.*I Truck Growing nt (Wt «i te th- jiag vim: Umckt fthe ue prK* tKMiw, I tid BY *vy* p auk for bmw ■CtM **** natal m 'von fuly x;- «! <rf the H«i : • • r. .<ftp OMMl Stioek ti; i iwa I we mvctfc 15 etMa au* +f .••• w*.< tfcan crate. M e fert •• *1** deal. S |« i«vi ia by l-jfttor m4 ktfvrl than . p. 5 , the f«| mar- ket rah* h«r:afar. It b a a.«ch, t **"®f PGiKT to seti the wttlVw st.<k ai a wrutn pne# than it ju to put out a orpins «f Ur- to tWt who <|«a1 «nut ' or at t' ,f t;-if «f day |they dor.Y want them. 'wrn rs say tfc r e*r-*ot i their fant' *wi bow livre the htme>. Let us say to such to pet M extra move on yourself for a dar or two. ^r.ng| your Kmei at the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 June 1922

JUNE If, IMS II! •IB* uta i sMS i^]S M| *. | M «Jr i% 1 til i > I Is DOLLAR DAY BARGAIN SAjES SATURDAY, JUNE 17th Call at the Chamber of Commerce Rooms and Have It Explained the winnsboro chamber of commerce, with the co-operation of the merchants of winnsboro. have inaugurated a dollar day h.\r(;ains rale, to be held monthly beginning on saturday. june 17th. the chamber of commerce urges you to visit the stores thky are offgr 1ng sensational bargains for one dollar and less on this day only. $10.00 in merchandise given absolutely free by the chamrkk ok commerce at intersection of main and elm streets at 4:45 p. m.—register at chamber of commerce. Look!-Saturday Only Men's Ties for — fl.00 Men's Belts for _ $1.00 Men's Silk Hose for fl.00 25c Gingham. 6 yards for —$1.00 11 yards heavy brown domestic $1.00 65c Silk Ginghams, yard — — 49c Blue work shirts $1.00 value —69c 6lb. bag $1.85 Coffee $1.00 3 lb. can Ganova coffee $1.25 value $1.00 Don't Forget The Light Weight Suits . Tur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

all 00 135 Jy for (Aj Yebtr*s I ~ "" [XIII—N°- 11. _ ?(;AINS t'Fpgj IB OF iaJ Loo! 00! Wood County Demo- ratic Executive Committee Orders Double Primary WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, Wft>AY~June 23, 1922 man Texas, June 19 1922 „t to cull, the Wood Coun ocratic Executive Com- . met at Quitman Jnue 1922 at 2 o'clock P. M. [Alf Morris of Winaboro, r Chairman, Presiding. ting called to order, and [the roll call, a quorum be- nent, the following pro- Bffs were had. J. B. Woods of Mineola, 5d the meeting, outlin I his views on the present jijritem, and other live to- , and asked that his name, with the chairman at the lit of his friends, l>e with- l a* a candidate for Repre SUPERTENDENT„ PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS Ed. R. Bentley, Hidalgo Co. S. M. N. Marrs, Travis Co. Jefferson G. Smith, Upton Co COMMISSIONER TURE. AGRICUL- George B. Terrell, Cherokee Co. OF CIVIL Dist. CHIEF JUSTICE APPEALS. (5th Supreme Judicial of Texas) W. M. Taylor, Dallas Co. W. M. Tidwell, Ellis Co. Ben L. Jones, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

im •i I A « fml) i r flUH f | 1 it] i 9 1, •' hlJ^^ B " If I t! ■ I [rV< *T i winnsboro \ SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH YOUR FORD The Ford car has been used 1iv ..early every purpose, but a n«w aiiu useful one has jus: -„.i discovered for it Tuke a i .tj. of tin and make a wide mouth funnel and place the small end closely over the oxhaust and start the car to running , and turn the funnel about over the fruit or shade trees' and the gas will kill all the insects. z WILSON'S HEALTH' BETTER *,yg June 23, 1922 A Thirsty Little Boy HE HAS BEEN PLAYING VERY HARD. 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 :>c PER BOTTLE It's made of the pures ingredients, and is always kep; ice cold, ready to refresh ant delight you on hot days. There is a substantial Rav- ing if you order by the case. Winnsboro Bottling Works r rTEETHING TIME" for most children is a trying time. Scott's Emwlsion is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

. Ml " J o ■ W r ' :* $If 0 « WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS June 23, 1922 " The Racket otore is gaining business every week.1 M0m>. C of C Members ■Visit Linbale We welcome to lHi 6bbI alt wrWo huvc financial mat leu 'hfy de*ne '° diicutt ** ** d place our arivice a lei r command. We give yea good vrrvire courlrou* Ueaimtnt and sympalhelic aHrrtiua to your banking need*. You need the service of a BaaL Wby not acek tin Bank that especially rneeti youi rwerfc? May we ice you |U;c? Mis* Jessie Huth Shelby ii in the city visiting her mother. Friday a delegation headed I l)y 5* Marvin Thomas, Secreta' /Ivtyg smcthing new and ry of tne Chamber of Commerce interesting at The Enterprise, made a trip to Lindale to inves Mrs. Perry Skeen Carlock I of Atanta, Ga., is in the city for ?.n extended visit. The If in Life First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas •w/m {Build that Garage Now is the time to build that Garage you have been want- ing a long time. Let us figure With you. Our Prices Always Right S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

R>.; Jane 23, 1922 —■-■ fjV 1 wa> ii / I'M''! 8 ■ ',«> SI i ' i 1$ > a i i h I. <• ■if MI i ''•■! Candidates The News Is authorized to an* noonee the following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- ry, July 22, 1922. 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. MANSELL ROGER M. HESTER T. J. SHAW 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) COMMISSIONER, PRECT. 4— M. A. RICHBURG. P. H. HUCKEBA O. P. (Ollie) HALLMAN. JUSTICE PEACE, fRECT N. E. SEAY J. H. KING FOR CONSTABLE, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

Wr JHKb w a V Mm f 'tWl f ■'Hi iltWUuti «0c perh T[ h* IT ■the I .il pps . WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS 23, 1922. " THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable "beast of burden" and «urely haa 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 and let's talkitover and leave your order for one. Wilcoxson Motor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS You Need A Summer Suit We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for Spring and 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 WADE WEATHERBY k t i he Human Bug" Hard To Upset This it Kinjo Ikeda, champion Japanese Catch-as-Catch-Can...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

MKWP Jun 2.1 1*22 >ro Weekly News r I ■ ■ ' ■ II ti 11' L, ,, i ✓ ' ' v ♦; .fM M f flHfe•* * "'VttdtfC R. Weir. Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as 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. W. A.- Nabors' Week'y Lett on Fruit and Truck Growing Bean Market ( a few days of sunshine ordinal1 Just at present It looks like ly tends to put cotton down, we will ruu up again#*, it for aJ then a little shower nere and littia while on marketing beans," there whre it is needed fui tlu'i besides 100 or 200 letters Fri- P"ts it down, it takes t h e day and Saturday and then a-( worst kind of thing to put it up gain Monday I must have spent Vegestable truits are just PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SACRED HARP SINGING The Sac red Harp singing cl: ss will sing nt Westbrook nex Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock A cordial invitation is extended all to attend. T. F. Shelton 0 Miss Doris Col...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

\A r w < r WINNSIBORO WEEKLY NEWS June 23 The Railroad Invalid LETS T*V AN OPERATION BEFORE VOU GIVE HIM AMV AA6 O) CINE. WW*- . * i *\ \ c 7>X K*m ■■ #•= • trtDVtf 33^— ■'O^'HY >\.ciisms6>-AvirocA^-tcB servic; IHR STOMACH INDIGESTION J BONUS FOR OKLAHOMA EX-SOLDIERS PLANNED ti BUck-Draujht Highly sendee! by a Tennesjee Grocer (or Troubles Re- ■hiog (rom Torpid Liver. Oklahoma City, June 15.— A proposal to call a special ini- tiative election on the stat, soldiers bonus plan was made here today by Mayor J. C. Wal GREAT fERILS OF MARRIAGE It takes nerve to marry th- ese days says an Omaha min- ! ister. He confides that, When- : ever he unites a couple in the ton, who addressed letters to h°ly bonds of matrimony he Thomas H. Owen and R. II. looks at the groom and thinks Wilson, Democratic candidates; to himself, "Sir, you are a sport for Governor of Oklahoma, sug- man true and tird." pasting a conference on the suo- j Each generation in the past has had the same idea about...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 June 1922

wwpym6,si«-Mm,■ v. v.-., «■ ..... ''II 1 H •II If if ?I1 Si j i Ktt i - i M toxie Jcbtt? tfcsfo ."TYPHOID germs in •WATER" WELL,WITH EN01T6H RISK IN IT TO MAKE IT A SPORTING PROPOSITION IT MAY YET BECOME A POPULAR BEVERAGE-/ C9 "P"?vf r *\t*•" C '# Guard It! Your hearth ii the place of pleas- ant memories, the spot that make* a house a home. Injure it —guard it! The Hartford Fire Insurance Company not only makes good your losses but tries to help prevent them. CALL ON THIS AGENCY J. T. GIBSON & CO. INSURANCE M & P. Bank Bldg. Winnsboro Mrs. Gordon Alvis and Mrs. Jim Tom Gibson have returned from Dallas where they visited Mrs. Sam Brock. JACKIE COOGAN STUDIES , ♦ THE THREE R's . Keeps Farmers < Posted by Radio ',« •• i i • i « * < 1 ' * * This is a photograph of Hcrschet Jones, director of the New York office. New York State Department of Farms and Markets, whose duty it is to assist farmers in marketing their crops. He reports prices and conditions every day, sending f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

-V Mm ?&. /S "in*, v u,. /cy >??a. nJ. itmoboro WINNSBORO. wonn mi will inext J,H_N0.J2 finnsboro Goes After WgjWMOKO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY JUNE 80, 1922 Syrup Blending Plant ee! ave a IHH lar saJe lr mid lies to }ou art, thit WORTH)BOY "crushed to death by (iRAVEL truck [fort worth Texas June 27, L'ade Baldwin, 8 years old, |ofMl, and Mrs. I. W. Bald- was crushed to death yes- ay afternoon when a truck ^ with gravel passed ovei j body. The boy was playing 'the road with a paper box *r his head. The box impared [sight and he did not see the .tomobile. it i* believed. The iiver of the truck became mo- ntarily insane after the trag- . W(] was moved to the city- Knty hospital. His condition i not serious. o- - i.I HOMAS SPENDS MOST IN SENATE race Austin. June 27.—As today the last day allowed by law fcr candidates for nomination |i the Democratic primary for statements of campaign (npenses, lists of the various wdidatcs' expenses are avail- j. The candidates for the Unit- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

w •«ii I 't III I AM TWO SERVANTS I OF DISORDKR I am the latest sucker on the trunk of the human rac,-. MY Remembering the caustic crit I hoad is solid mahogany, my feet icism leveled against the Ku are dnii t.ood on the sea of Klux for presuming to supplant "Jiu" and jr.y mind is the most the courts in the interpretation complete vr-ccuum known to'a;:d enforcement of th^ law, ano ,A ti fit A Thirsty Little Boy HE J LAS BEEN PLAYING VERY HARD. 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 5c PER BOTTLE It's made of the purest ingredients, and is always kept ice cold, ready to refresh and delight you on hot days. There is a substantial sav- ing if you order by the case. Winnsboro Bottling W orks science. I am just as useful to | the hunvan race as a corkscrew is to a catfish. My only trait of character is a well developed weakness for the wa.spy-waist.jd, carmii«.- daubed flapper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

I 1 ""1 I ■n« Ijr and D | mr- Mirk li bt* rl II tunlM of lh« I t 'lit- fuirt ?urll condl- p«. .a WTNN8BORO WEEKLY NEWsilUNE " rr ' 80, 1922 'W/j. m It Costs You Nothing Whenever you want to open an accowt—nuke a tem- 1^ or permanent investment--provision for your fam- lj-_-consult about your estate—or any other matter of a Uncial character, we want you to feel entirely free to all at the First National Bank and talk it over with us. tor advice costs you nothing and it may be the means of jivinK you a great deal of money. First National Bank Winiisboro, Texas COMING SOON The time when every farm house will boast of a Crown Separator and an Incubator. Ihcsn the county mortgage re- corder will be out of a job. Gist and Sons. — , ..... "jffi 1 he Racket Store is growing more popular each week. There's a reason. Come and see. J. II. Beavers was in Gilmer Monday. Mrs. W. T. Rouse and chil- dren, Misses El'een and Mar- garet and JVnIford and W. T. Jr., of Vernon, Texas, are visiting Mrs. M...

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