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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

* „ WTNNSBORO WEEKLY NKW# JKB 30, 1922 t Q ■•4' i u fill Candidates The News Ih authorized t«# an- Bounce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. FOR STATE SENATE— THOS. G. POLLARD (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE— H V. PUCKETT. R. M. SMITH AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY SOIOOLHOUSES Oli JAILS? FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY FIX)YD 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. (GUB) 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. J* H. HUCKEBA ~T.- ^ - JUSTICE PEACE, PRECT 4— N. E. SEAY J. H. KING tr- ue Much has l een said written...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

WINNSDQRO WEEKLY NEWS " *:E CO 1022 the universal car The Ford Coupe, with clectric self starting and lighting srstem, has a big, broad scatdecply upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the breeze can sweep right through the open car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe bccomea a closed car, snug, rain-proof and dust-proof. Has all the Ford economies in operatic!! and main- tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfac- torily as long as it lasts. Demountable rim9 with 3}4-inch tires all around. For the doctor and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. Wilcoxson Motor Co. winnsboro, texas r^mll TliW^ Train Passengers are Rowed Ashore fiTP You Need A Summer Suit We have hundreds of samples of the newest stapler, for Spring and Sum/Ntr wear. Call and inspect them, ymi are guaranteed a perfect fit at a most rea- sonable price. Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases \4 „.al hnrdred passenKcrs barely escaped death last week when flood ■. swept the railroad tracks near the lira- tunn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

;NE 80, 1022 —■ " ■ - ■ tf.'W'" t "H <"•••{ I • I w ■: I I i HI STARTS SA ANOE SALE DAY, JULY 1st T HAS BEEN THE POLICY OF THIS STORE TO DO NO SENSATIONAL ADVERTISING. We do not believe in it. In no way do we believe the public appreciates it. So in announcing our usual Annual Clearance Sale in July, we wish to impress upon you that as heretofore Every Article in the Store Will be Reduced for this Sale in a sensible manner so as to let the profits go to the customers who buy during this sale. We shall expect you to come realizing we are not selling anything below cost except broken lots, odds sizes in shoes and a few items that we are closing out, but that we are actually offering every article in the house at quite a reduction in face of the fact almost every item in the dry goods line is advancing in price on account of the rapid ad- vances in cotton, and we are sure it will be to your advantage to buy your needs during this sale, for it means if you need Shoes, Overalls, Work ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

WTNN9BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS UNE SO, 1922 Rift in The mrr; ■ WX, .Jwf V ' m mcih' / I lOAK GIRL lfEDS VAKSITY MAN jdinu that came very l a surprise to their ma swas that of last Thur _ r at 10 o'clock when M. Sweeton, pastor of J Methodist Church, pro- the words that mace tittlefielH and Miss Hen- man and wife. (affair was a very quiet j|y those of the family |f w intimate friends be- jent. They were mar- [the home of the bride's , Mr. and Mrs. N. B.1 five miles south of here) (home and room where' ler and father were I forty years ago. ride was most becoming1- [ I in a wedding suit of et twill with accessor- |mateh, and carried a bo- ' bride's roses. She is leharminjr and attractive I woman, was reared at lent home, south of Lone was educated in the public school of this city and at the College of Industrial Arts. She was formerly a tea.cher in the Greenville public schools. Mr. Littlefield is a member of the coaching staff of Texas University, of which institution he is an alumnus. He is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 June 1922

JUNE ao, 1W2 ' W. A. Nabors* Weekly Letter on Fruit and Truck Growing J I i: * . ;i i i LXIl Toanato Marketing Aa. you are doubtless uwaie the tomato market has been beat down to where it is hardly i the cost of gatherag aik) deliv- We can't help this, neith- er are we responaible for this condition, but we have every hope of an improved market as /lie weeka go by for the heavy •.•deal south of us will be over by the time we get started good. . Here are a few things to consi- der in marketing our tomatoes; we must have fancy stock and none others in the crate. Last week we had bought nine crates one day, from good men too, and the District Inspector, Mr. Iloy Harris, happening by our shed wanted to see our stock, our inspector was more than glad to show him what fancy to- matoes we were getting, but in going through a crate or two they found a whole lot of toma- toes in te bottom layers that ought never to have been put in. As a result they tore u p those 9 crates and after taking o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 July 1922

■ / certail selling price it One strap br vn ox fa $4.88. $9.88 \r $14.88.| Mr $12.S [I or |for $2.98.| iy-to-¥ | for $5.001 $3.75 |r 98c. $2.48. for $2.4I| Earli £' Bl pep oat but fire Ihole fair of kd NCB XIII—NO. 43 of C. Will yi Off Dollar Day July 15th 5 merchants are staging an Dollar Day Sale for Sat- July 15th. and many are J* looking forward to the 'when they can provide th tm with bargains that oth , could not 1)9 had, but for ^le. We will give away an- I ten dollars that day, the jof distribution to be siml- fto the plan adopted on the Dollar Day Sale. Three in cash will be given to [person coming the farther- distance to Wiimsboro for Jnf purposes and purchas [u much as five dollars in ladise with some one of rchants. Two dollars in will be given to the lar- family that comes to oro for trading purpos- five dollars in one dol- Ituh payments will be giv- jiw y. To participate in the ntion of any and all the above mentioned the ramirement is that you come to the Chamber of...

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

— ■■■ _ 'JULY ifin 9 f *4 ? I They are GOOD! COTTON IN MEMOgY OF MRS. GEO. RASH 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 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 8 Indigestion g Mur person*. otherwise j | vigorous and healthy, are fl Q bothered occasionally with Q I Indigestion. The effccts of a q H disordered stomach on the m = system are dangeroos, and "J I prompt treatment of Indices- j Q tlon Is Important "The only | a medietas I hare needed has M been something to aid dlgss> Q tlon and clean the llrer," >|] m writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a n •f McKlnney, Texas, farmer. ■■ CI "My medicine Is « Bedford's " BLACK-DRAUGHT Mrs. Geo. Rash departed this earthl...

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

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY N i • f OFFICIAL STATK.MKNT The First National Hank WINNSBOftO, TKXA8 A,,..e Clow # Hu.U— June f|0, IWa,W Re.dcred to the Comptroller • f the Currency Gordon Alvis is home from Frederiksburg for a few days.! You should take advantage' ■ of the | ntes we jire making dur- I in* out July Clearing Sale. I W. C. Dodgen CoJI l. . J ■ m ° " 'v Safety Plus RESOURCES Loans & Discounts. $453,648,08 U. S. Bonds 156,750.00 Building & Fixtures 11,575.00 Cash and Exchange 91.248.9fi Total ..$713,222.04 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 •Surplus Fund iu0,oC0X0 Undivided Profits .....$91,069.73 Circulation 50,000.00 Bonds Deposited 49,750.00 Deposits '322,412.31 I W. C. Hargrove of Pittsburg was in the city Wednesday. 1 An exceptional black silk rSST'or *126' «*tra high boot. 1, 1 he LnUTprige, ^r,S- Thompson [Mid children returned last wees (from Houston and Galveston, where they visited Mr. Thomp- son's mother. Total $713,222.04 Th« Above Statement is Correct ALF MORR...

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

dmi • t? i . * ! ' L I * i W1NN0BORO J.' ... . . I n *1 i I • * # • •'* • • e Candidates • •••*•** i The News 1h authorized to an nounce the following candidates, ■abject to the Democratic pri- mary, 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 COIXEOTOR— 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. W1USON Jff Rev. Henry Hagemeier Killed in Auto Accident At Caddo Mills Sunday JULY 7, 1922. • 7^ 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) 1 i COMMISSIONER, PRECT. 4- M. A. RICH BURG. P. H. HUCKEBA O. P. (O...

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

T " ' ' ■{ Ml . WINNSBORO WBBKLT IJULY 7, 1922. thk vnivbrsal car The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous neat treated Vansdium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation and maintenance, its eaae in operation, all have msde the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and servea. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. We have almost every- thing in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. WilcoxsonMotor Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS An Extra Pair of Trousers FREE fill be given with suit orders For a short time only Max Hitt £arle Mayfield Addressed a Large Audience Here Last Thursday Night Earle B. Mayfield, candidate to the treasury money which Eu lor the democratic nomination LEAVE FOR NEW YORK 'ringers that are ...

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

W* Jf I / wt —Mi — IS THIS TRUE OF YW WA8HINGT0N.S J0LY 7, $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE *V,tered as second-cIf"* - * iimi* te?, fvpiemW 24, 190y, at the postoffice at Winnnboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. III.. • n_ ' Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Ferguson At Sulphur Springs Ex-Got. James E. Ferguson will speak at Sulphur Springs today in the interest of his can- didacy for the democratic nom- ination lor the u. S. Senate. BANDITS SEIZE OIL CAMP Washington, July 1.—The Palo Blancho camp of the Penn Mexican Fuel Company, near Tuxpani, Mexico, has been raid- ed by Mexican bandits under General Larraga and the prop- erty is held for 10,000 pesos, ransom, a message from consul Shaw at fampico to the State Department, sent late yesterday said. The payment was deman- ded by July 1, but no details of the raid were available, the mes- sage added. The Penn-Mexican Fuel Com- pany is an American concern and the camp refferred to is a lwut 30 "iilef"...

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

>t exai '«ton| ixag accomq Camp I for Rhter ] mn s 'J*r ■' , .T KKWS [hi saie everywhere from Now on The a? USC O"Tire nvith many Improvements arise remains the same ♦1092 for the , ■*. I I I "USCO" announced j its new low price of | $10.90 last Fall, the makers were already I busy developing a still greater "Usco" value. The new and better "Usco" as rsee it today—with no change price —and tax absorbed by the manufacturer. You'll note in the new and better "Usco'' these features- Thicker tread, giving greater non-skid protection. Stouter side- walls. Altogether a handsomer tire that will take longer wear both Inside and out. The greatest money's worth of fiabric tire in the history of pneu- matics. United States Tires United States © Rubber Company Whoe ou Can Buy U.S.I res: T. S. STEED, WINNSBORO, TEXAS NEWSOME GARAGE, NEWSOME, TEXAS ■aCKii ROM ' YIN< BUREAU w*u Presid the lu- graving seveml high «i Rejir-i- c crat, of of Rt|; former —- ■ftT RK PER PLACES k J ily 8>—When ....

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

i * Ajly % II : the the f ct we see and hear of many acts that tend to receive laith in mankind, there apace other evidence in the slump in morals that shakes the taith we have long endeav- ored to cherish. We can not judge a community or a city by the acts of a few, but when goodly numbers transgress the laws of God and man with im- punity, and dare to do so, feel- ing immune because of a lax- ity of law and public sentiment, then it occurs to this writer th.it the danger point is fright- fully near. A Few days ago (or nights) ago, a number of men and women, after a nights re- vel in the vicinity of Dallas, staged a fight to the death be- tween two wc:rien. Fhese wo- men had quarelled over the afTec tions of a man. This alleged man with others of like breed, a greed upon a finish fight be- tween the two women and the winner was to have the man(?). The fight was staged in a pas- ture where a ring was made by many autos heading in with the lights full on the combatant}. The women wer...

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

>t ¥ <*?W . WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY JULY 14,1922 $1.25 PER YEAR XI1I-N0.J4 iber of Commerce Notes ^ in this immediate tton are witching up with Kork rapidly and ii the pre 7 ideal weather condition pro ail,ugn Saturday we pre- \ g Humdinger Dollar Day , v. c ^ «.«■ *'O.mua I'of'uie ilO.OO that the Cham rtfI commerce is giving aw- u-., m w participate lyuvioii oi ciie money i are rcquueu to come to the oi Commerce and reg- (UUl iUW «i. UUi CuiiCe Will o cic*5K in me fling until four in the after- 0 oi that (^ay at whica lat- rhour the money will be given _ <iu.i-.rs OI tii<; o- [j{jni! amount given goes to the rtyor parties coming to Winn , that day from the farther L i..auuice and sj/ending as Kh as five dollars with some J& the VVirj.iaix.ro me.cuanis |uo dollars goes to the largest py that comes to town In a idy that day, and five dollars |ia one dollar cash payments Mi be a!)solutely given away Km. Remember that all must fome to the Chamber of Com- ...

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

WTKNflBOKO WKKKLY IWWS JULY 14.1 SS WinsWr* Weekly Newt i. li i j 11' - til ■ 8 Howr R. Weir, Ediltr ♦1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE WIRELK88 WONDERS 21 HURT IN WRECK Dallas, Texas, July 9.—Twer ty-one persons were injured. Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24. 1909, at the po&toftice at Winnsboro, Texas, under tke act of March 8, 1879. Until now wireless messages haw * Alien u*e the rain tium ujk..vii, m.ua anyone who nad ai . Jt. ,. ... . A. , „.ul*r U...„runienl couid re -ch «' th** h«" ... nis e_„ -nd receive his fill. Sunshine Special. Texaa * Pa-j A muk~.. ....aided tor tne m- cific through train from Mem- formation only on the sendei phis, was wrecked Saturday af- and addresser is poured into the ears of thousands of waiting lis- Advertising rates made known itners, and except ior what pity- on application. flection a private co^e provides, — it is known to all tiie world. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Asd now Marconi, the original ternoon. at about 1:10 o'clock one and one-ha...

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

WTNNBBQitO WKBKLT NEWS JULY 14,1922 THE UNIVERSAL CAS The simplicity of the Ford car. Its aubility in construction, the famous heat treated Vinadium «teel with its marvelous strength snd flexibility, the low cost of operation and maintenance, its ease in operation, all have m de the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can iv b We have almost Don't delay bccause the demand e have aim thing in motor car accessories, aei your order. is heavy all the time t every- ell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Wilcoxson Motor Co. W1NNSBORO, TEXAS I pre- THE BOLL WEEVIL week. Do not forget to tie a >rush to the single tree and ultivktor or plow stock to knock ff {junctures squares and gro /n weevils from the stalks. These weevils will be destroyed /hen the soil mulch becomes /ery firue and hot, and we will make a good yield in the fields where cotton ha...

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

NBW* JULY 14, 1022 I I Effecting Over One-Half Million Dollars Worth of the Best Merchandise in the World Begins Friday, JULY MM 11*«j f, (• f M f ■ hi The Entire Stocks Offered at Sale Prices Every Perkins Store throughout the big chain of stores in TV™, and Oklahoma inaugurate the TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUA I ocn TAG SALE beginning FRIDAY, JULY 14th. KtU i This big annual event has established itself in the con- fidence of more than a QUARTER OF A MILLION economically inclined people who annually participate in the great VALUE (il\ ING EVENT. Perkins RED TAG SALE is regarded as the one big MERCHAN- DISING EVENT of each year and each year it grown to be a bigger and this, our TWENTY-FIFTH ANNU- AL RED TAG SALE promises to establish a new rec- ord in VOLUME SALES due to the completeness of stocks, and LOWER SALE PRICES. The entire of the big chain of stores will he involved in this RED TAG SALE totaling in dollars and ceata OVER ONE HALF MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH of the very best, most practic...

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

WINNKRORO WEKKLf NEWS JULY M, 1922 IThe Matter Of Luck Its hard to pot a lot of people to understand that it isn't Luck counts in the world. They seem to think that a few ,nen have all the luck in the world. They haven't. It's hard ( work—it's banking in the First National Bank every dol- Ilaryou c; 11 fi,at counts. Do that now and next year oui- neigh 1)01*8 will be calling YOU Lucky. Good fortunes and riches arc never one man's share. Any one may get them. —Tamil Proverb. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Dollar Day Bargains 4 yds. 35c Organdy $1.00 2 pr. silk hose ..., ...$1.00 1 pr. $1.60 hose for $1.00 Misses silk Lisle half hose 60c quality 40c 45c quality 36c SGc quality 25c Special on china, cups and saucers and plates, per set 85c \ isit our store for bargain*. P. P. MARTIN COW HIDES WANTEli W/WA 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 Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. We are p...

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

WTNN9B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS JULY 14, lt22 K,W ii | A-' #1 \i r. (| l ill if J" 1 j. 11;, I i I I j ■ I ■ ■ i aMU, r Candidates The News is authorized t* an- Mute 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 COLLECTTOR- ERNEST McCRARY J. Q. BEARD C. C. MANSELL ROGER M. HESTER T. J. SHAW FOR COUNTY CLERK- HALL BENTON JEWELL J. MeLEOD C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK R. P. WOMACK' W. G. WILSON FOR COUNTY SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— J. U. SEARCY YOUNG MANt YOUNG WO- j Red-Wth .Homer QmutaquaJ IS THE PROOF Kansas city, Mo. "The largest I have ever visited. A great in- stitution." H. H. Schivori, Oil operator, Fort Worth Texas, "I hav^ gone through guita a few or the large schools- naving gruduaUxl from Eastman- and I find youi school complete in every resp- ect." Dr. Bixxell, President of Tex as A. A M. College "A great in- s...

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

Y MSWV JULY 14,1 K2 One quality only— the standard for all Goodrich Tires Si# or Pr'ce cannot modify the one* quality Goodrich standard. You can buy ,ny Goodrich Tire, Silvertown Cord or the popular 30 x 3J4 clincher fabric, and know beyond a doubt that you are getting the same quality always. It is this quality which has made Goodrich Tires unsur- passed for dependability and durability in gervice, mileage and value. This principle has put the real meaning ihe widel,' Itnown Goodrich slogan of "best in the long run." SILVERTOWN CORDS Look for this Goodrich Tire fign ofer your tire dealer's store. It means satis- faction in every transaction. THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY AJcron, Ohio FABRICS ilLVERTOWN CORDS TUBES ACCESSORIES I E.T. RAILWAY port, Dallas and Fort Worth MAY BE REVIVED? Who knows but that Gilmer ! may yet be on an interurban I the defunct Marshall & line. , —Gilmer Echo, Railway, like the' x, "rise from its ashes", PHOlie 130 printing me a factor in East i wel...

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