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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

11 ! ; ?• ,li j I Unix P>tu- P A P jjtM vt 1 *{ W t*A (wmtf ilUrK PHUburg far th* the nhmto at Tyler to Dm!** as t «h**t bvt will tine to l« pre- at tike PHtobarr fair. far at PKUlwi «*S also hare to as a 4ajr "Wimwboro Day,'* so kfi make every effort to get credttoM* thin* that will • h//win* at the fair and every possible effort to be there on Wlnnsboro Day. The Winmboro Chamber of Commerce ha* an outlook that is brighter than ban been for •eme time. An enthusiastic meeting was held Tu<*day night at which a bowl of punch was served and cigars were at each tSS everyone's disposal. A num- ber of the business men and di- rectors met and had a very en- ♦ojraHa business meeting, smok- ing and talking the possibili- ties of the Chamber of Com- Commerce. It was agreed that Mis* Jared be employed to work In the Chamber of Commerce and give her full time to 0m work. Miss Jared comes ,reeom- rperidedas lan efficient steno- -■ 'famruia tfiosi- business men "in town who might have spe- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

A Sodfta ^ranO for you mo men and men wmo WtM yoimc ■ *T * ** «r?N *••!' • %i Today is the first chance you have had to see the fall models of Society Brand Clothes. Better make your selection today, too, while you have the wide range of fabrics, colors and models to choose from. You are going to like these fall models of Society Brand Clothes. The new coats have a free swing from the shoulders, the waist line is lower and is not pinched in, the vent is shorter There is a pleasing easiness.to /fj.ese iaii Titers that #iJ? ttelfght 'evervor..^..^"peo- ple are tir^d of the tight-fit:tir<*fflelted-in models that were inspired by the uniforms of the army. Make it a point to visit our fall opening today. f - CTYLE HEADQUARTERS WHERE SOCIETY •J BRAND CLOTHES ARE SOLD CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE EVERYTHING Winnsboro Weekly Newt Homer R Weir, Editor" 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE, 1 Entered aa second-class ter, September 24, 1909, At the poB toff ice at Winnsboro, Tea Ml under the act of March 5,1*7#....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

- Ji IU1 B p'l * P!i I.l I \ 1 #< ' * \ —. ^ k 9 'M. MS ffX ui is\u , ;u- W- i iv< to a* from the World a are now be po1*- ta and profiteer* and frif- ten and communist* and «**r- fKllli OMfM . .... to fix iai The negroes before thW din war didst have W in their po* - to free themselves, bat u>e have it in their power will they exercise that power, and exercue ft abenfenth ? | Price# will never be •tofciliK" O/f, GOODY ' now 4W HAv£ MAS# £y£*r J>* y. caw 'T fe Af4*v > f THf SV** BMATS TfiC OtV ffO+S4, /**£> XMtF£ /Vr/yV HAKZM.Y >V,. /W >W X*AAMt$ TV, „ V 0*J> Att^r ' .Jtoi ' twfc will prmp«ie z **.«-r m. « ££-- « ~o . the, do that J «Z" *1™' V F~T^ , TT thev .ill eliminate the mr- -«*ir Bank. had p«t.vdy r*fu««) U. „„ t**y lend aid in financing the move rnent of cotton. This w« Hie pires. parasites, gamblers, etc.; who now sit at th*r exchnnp* ie/*£ rvRM t7 A WMtLe MAMMA . / M'A/ >r mem oi c«v«. — Ix^rtis and fix prices for jrou propaganda put forth by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

will save you money on all ids of lumber at our mill, 3 miles jth of Winnsboro. We will sell |kinds of lumber at a great re- :ed price for the next few days. 11 or write T. W. WINN8B0R0, LAW TEXA8 i hoi ceiled Winnsboro." n.V "T room boxed iher boarded and ghout, ut East R. F. Gibson. KOR SALE—828 ucrea oil ] lease*, in small tracts cheap, FOR SALE—One broad cire ■near the Q. B. Morris location.jPeter Schuttler wagou, good as J For particulars see me, or Hen- new. Also one good work team i y at Hig Sandy. To make mon- and harness. Sell separately or ey on leases you must buy while together. This stuff will go it's cheap. W. M. Rhone. FOR KENT—Two lighthouse- keeping rooms. Mrs. Carley, tel- ephone 82. at a bargain. Gene Mattox. FOUND—A watch in my bug- gy Saturday, either misplaced or loat The owner may have watch describing same. D. J. Hall, route 4, Winnsboro. FOR SALE—One 2-horse wag- on, a Thomward, 2% in, gear !?rak«; Pr&?.tiCally new' wiU 8el1 FOR SALE—Cheap, for $1(X). Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 October 1920

u- • , j*.- - " | -H •' . " li . OUR PRICES TA Plain Prices Will Prove Quicker Than All—We Are Selling on Very Low Price Basis Three shipments of Suits received this week to sell for $25.00, $27.50, $29.50, $35.00, $39.50. We making these exceptionally low. Every suit worth $7 to $12 more. Be one of the first to receive one these clever styles in all wool French Serge, Tricotine, Silvertone, Velour and Broadcloth. jet) to s I i V iii . f iti 4 ■. ir w f 4 I . ^ 1 $7.60 Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, 24 numbers, for $4.95. NEW DRESSES that please. Warm, durable and stylish Coats marked at regular Sale Prices. Make a study of our values. SWEATERS Galore! Of nearly every color, size and style for Ladies, Misses, Children. $5.00 Sweaters for ...„ $3.50 Cotton Sweaters $1.95 to $4.95 Beautiful Wool Sport Sweaters from $5.00 to $12.00 $1.50 Silk Camisoles for 69c $5.00 Hand Embroidered Gowns... $3.95 Ladies Underwear on new low price basis. Children's underwear. Knit caps for tots 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

NO. B. r ' 1 P iWu^bora Wttkl# WiNiNfciHOKO, WOOD COU TOBEft 15, 191.0. 51.25 PER YEAR of Dodges «Just Received ?£e me (lu'c'k y°u want one. Gasoline and Lube Oils. Rnf kpt ^nffofl «i nn r?- , „ „ Tires and Tubes, Ford and Dodge Springs, Bumpers, etc. ii vp m " ' | ' . Five Pounds Sugar for $1.00. Other grocery bargains. Come to see me when you r y on groceries and automobile accesssories. We have what you want. TOM S. STEED. OFFICIAL STAT KM KNT The First National Hank WINN8BORO, TEXAS At the Clone of Basin*™ Sept. M, i 20, „h Rendered to the « .. .trotlar of the C urrciic-r RKSOURCKS L') (ih and Discount* 1657,571.00 U. S. Hands 112,000.00 Hiiildinj; and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cmh «nHE*ch«n fl 2 1H.715.31 Total $t,0(X),(iHii,40 LI A BILITIE8 Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplua Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Frotiu 100,000.00 I'nearnnd Intereit 3,105.74 Circulation 48,600.00 bepoiiu e48.8HO.ee Total 0 mwo.40 The Above Statement ii Correct ALF MORRIS, Caahier. Winnshoro-Colniei R. R. The Winns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

' \ 1; LIQUID AND CAKF THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES •••'*1J KEEP YCH. R SHO:, ▼Hf w.r DAiirr Bi/rfALO.N To the Dmocratk Ikdy Voters of this District: You can now and op to end including the 22nd day of this month pay your poll tax $1.75, to the tax collector of >*°ui ccunty and vote at tfce Novem- ber election. All men who de- sire to vote and who havt failed to pay a poll tax can do so and lie oualified to vote. Persons ov- er 60 do not have to pay a poll tax and all persona who have l>ecome of age since January, 1 f l 9. are exempt but must have exemntion receipt*. So do no> fail, if von want to vou to pay vrur poll tax. M. D. CarlocK. Member Oemofratie Executive, Cr imittee, 7th Dintrrt of: Texas. October 11, 1920. jmm YOU ocGwrex see* /v>B BU&T H/M ft'onr //V Ttic. HCAP -W£ SHOT. J)/DM /. J/Mn/E > At* , *or m • svr'jT . , iZrf"S? cor^J mi i /*'Clg0 Thou s**, s"uc*S —" — \ I *■ at i 4fi* m- Cr . — 185 audiences tried it this way MOST people know that the rnusicaJ enj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

w I M Op] J. F. Turners Annual Great - RAISING - OPENS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 15th, Closes Saturday Night, Oct. 30th Our Entire Stock of Over $100,000 Worth of Good Staple Goods to go at PRE-WAR PR1GES BEGINNING FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15TH., PROMPTLY AT 9 O'CLOCK, WE WILL OPEN OUR ANNUAL GREAT FALL SALE. THIS SALE PROMISES TO SURPASS ANYTHING WE HAVE EVER DONE, OWING TO SHORT CROPS, BACKWARD SEASON, LOW PRICEES IN COTTON AND MARKET CONDITIONS WE WILL BE FORCED TO TAKE A HEAVY LOSS ON ALL OUR GOODS, AND WE DEEM IT GOOD BUSINESS TO TAKE OUR LOSS NOW AND GET THROUGH WITH IT. HENCE, WE HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES OF C. B. WARREN, EXPERT SALES MANAGER, AND HAVE TURNED THE STOCK OVER TO HIM, WITH FULL IN- STRUCTIONS TO MAKE PRICES THAT WILL ABSOLUTELY SELL THE GOODS. A LARGE FORCE OF EXTRA SALES PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ENGAGED TO SERVE YOU. ALL GOODS WILL BE MARKED WITH TAGS IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOWING THE REGULAR AND SALE PRICES. OFFERING WITHOUT RESERVE OR RESTRICTION OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT FROM 20 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

.• r y. II K j| x n il J m bar k jar *S[ I t r \\ Coaly Cizizea Restored To Health Though Chiropractic "* • fi Mr. McCrary of New some Brought tc Greenville On Git Suffering From Sciatic Rheumatism Restor- ed to Health With Few Chiropractic Adjustings SPtCUUSTS OUTLINES FOB FOR SAVINGS No Redaction in Dodge Cars Mn. Dodien Dead The Official confirmation of press disratches from Detroit, an- home Wedn«*y i Mrs. T. F. Dodgen died at hrr' On Oct. 6,"1920",, 1 •me in the Forest Home com- day Club of Winn*! 1 Last, was scent time. r* the ttiMdli U..« iwr. «tto DljiKMt W. Hint. Ftliral Mrfrctor Material tor prlinry g ndei *i-- be prH for the blvisio* by M-*«. K.i* ' Little Soienwor of I Rura! Schools. of tbe SUte B • she underwent an opera- «ach guest anivajj 0 Matheson. acting general sales h 'imanrger to the local de.il r, v. ^ read-: ^ th« v >ng she i n- ved with delirium' t>od Brothers policy na* d nother. Sir.e* the lfl«* host? ■?*, who thenTJl ever been to give full value for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

lad | AND as the time of the year has arrived for ok (30 brok"e all kinds of sales tricks, side shows, etc we are announcing to our (customers and the trading public generally that from a l'.uoad business standpoint we do not be- LIEVE in red tag. green tag, save a dollar or below cost sales for it must be remem- bered that jones always pays the freight. and we further believe that the people have learned to do their own thinking and are fed up on this kind of stuff. hence our idea of business is to get the goods to the customer with the least possl ble overhead expense for it is also true that the merchant must have some profit now, regardless of SALES. flaming circu- lars, red tape and HOT AIR, we ask you to come to our store and examine our goods both as to quality and price as it will be our policy from now until all socxlled cheap sales are over TO meet any ani) all legitimate prices. now, all we ask is FOR you to examine our goods and the closer YOU examine them the better we'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

RACKET STORE Will open a CUT PRICE SALE opening Saturday, October 16th, closing Satur- day night, October 23d. It is only too true that cotton has been bringing a low price and the object of this sale is to put merchandise down on a low basis with cotton to HELP the FARMER—to help the person that has not been paid enough for HIS pro- ducts to raise IT to the standard that merchandise is selling for. This is the chance to save real money and it is to your advantage to give it a trial. Below are a few of many money-saving articles that are on sale at The Racket Store. Tumblers Made of the best quali- ty clear glass of heavy and durable pattern. V as per set $1.25. SALE PRICE fto NOW per s«t ifoC Laundry Soap A highly recommend- ed soap for wushing purposes. SALE PRICE or 6 BARS , LOC Glasses Heavy glasses for ev- ery day use. Clear flaw- less quality. SALE PRICE i J Per Set ... 44C Nickel Plated Padlocks A heavy durable pad- lock, 2 in. size. 2 keys. SALE PRICE oi EACH ZlC No. 2 Lamp ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

Kill That Cold With FOR Coldi, Coughs CASCARA K? QUININE «o5S^ AND 1< Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous T.k. no ch.no*. K..p thl. .UnJard ,.mtdy hand, for ,h. Hr.t ,n.e„ BiaaJta up . cold (n 24 hour. - R.h.vm Grippe in 3 day.—Kicellent for Headacho Quinine In thl. form does not affect the he.d-Cascnm !« K... r . Laxative—No Opiata in Hill's. ° t*e,-ar" 18 be«' T""lc ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT —— BAPTIST CHURCH White Front Market Phone 335 Buy Hogs and Cattle J. H. Hornbuckle The Sunday school fell ve|* short in attendance last Sund on Account of the funeral vice of Brother Geo. W. Mc being held at the same hoi There were 157 in the cla^t Both of the B. Y. P. U. had K ood program and good atten- dance. I^t everybody who at- tends the Baptist Sunday School and anyone else who will, be sure to be at Sunday School next Sunday morning for we are expecting a groat time and a great crowd. Pastor W. Y. Pond will sreak m both hours next Sundav. Whore Does Our Money Go?" will be the subject ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 October 1920

■' ' « • I ■A ir m SHMw MILLINERY SHOES X * Pattern Hats, trimmed Hats, Vlain shapes for Ladies, Misses, Juniors and Tot.s. Every number sold on the New Low Sale Price Ba- sis. Three hundred Hats to choose from. New styles e.very week from the best Shops of America. Three expert milliners busy ev ery minute. This is one millinery department satisfied with reasonable profits and based on quick turnovers. Quality Beavers and Felts for the little folks and Juniors priced §1.95 to $6.75 worth 25 per cent more. A hundred or mote new fall n od.-s of finest material SPECIALLY priced ?;3.75, $1.75, $5.75, $6.75, $7.75, 8.75 $9.75. See tl>.e shi|>- menUs just opened. Mrs. Manier, our exi erl designer and maker will be glrtd to assist in satisfying your every millinery need. Let Us Sell Yau Trimmings Our Mr. Carnes takes pride in fitting i well. We are backing him up with Saci. jng prices to get back to a solid price basi Boy's Solid Leather $6.50 school shoes $41 Boy's and youth's *7.5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

y()L. XII. WO. 9. ttftttr# IB^kln H8. For Sale or Trade, Dodge Cars. WINNSIiOHO. VV.IOU COUNT* TEXAS, OCTOBHI! 21! 192(1 I I === I — ' $1.25 PER YEAR , i a'ewor rade, some land, 25, 50 and 65-acre tracts, good location, possession Wouldimv aofxn sppnnH.Vionri «*■ bargain prices. Prices are down, large stock of tires and tubes and you money. T. S. STEED. OFFICIAL 9TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBOHO, TEXAS At the Cl .e of Bu.ln.Mi g.pt. 8, ,„20f „ KeatJ^ed to th? , „ ,j, of the Current'* RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ..$#67,571.0jf U. S. Honda 112,000.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cash and Exchange a 1 9.71 B.3 1 TOtal 11.0(H), WW, 40 LIABILITIES Capital Stock *100,000.00 Surplus Fund a 100,000.00 Undivided Profits loo.ono.oo Unearned Interest...." 3,105.74 Circulation ♦«,(100.00 Daponita e4n.aso.ee Tot ' •i.COJ, *6.40 The Above Statement i« Correct AL" MORRIS, Caahi« VISITS ATHENS 12-YKAR OLD MASTER I I, OF 12 LANGUAGES 1 New York, Oct. 20.—Miister of 12 languages keenly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

V I \&jrfi S* -- ,V:* «^'\v x'oVv «• ^.t S05* T>e ^ I • r :j2E ,.«f , j* .04& «?. 1 . £ <«« -«« $<• **++* 150,000 COPIES MAILED ONE HUNDRED AND PIP- I TV THOUSAND—these letter* -OUR INVITATION to ONE riUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND, Permanent Pa tiasi of lb* iT**< chain of Per- klaa' Sr**- Stof*t ihfooghoat T «t« and Oklahoma. h * b**a m il*<l " act W. araaorry ,k*« thr n««0 of ®wjf PKRllnS PATIOX ua «• Itota **j 'V1..1^ ,*„|4 r*c*i * tkla *«*oaal la «atloa to coma and "J* t? stock* of Haw rail Karchao dtaa O o«r Mm* to ao< oa otu Itot •* will a r*tiat* ro«l lii'nlai It la • T*«" n *■ •■< Paikiaf S«wa aatf al thto rim* pltan* accayt • ""T'T: meal aa oar PEIfJOBAt IN- '/TTATIOIf to r««- TT^- * ^ :0* <rfV?5* 0 rf- <s\* 0< rf ■ * ^ I' j«yt y V- ,lK'' **.* 'Jgft* ,. r : v. A fMf/i * • •** £S - T>M h tJ* ,..1# 3Z?2 •*' 1U1 / /2 )7 & •< m KbvW/' "/ff-hv. 6 _..H ■'. ^a p BIG FALL CIRCULAR ' t'Kr * ••■... A GREAT MESSAGE OF DRY GOODS ECONOMY OUR D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

I )id to Dry Goods in Winnsboro what Henry Ford did to Automobiles in Detroit The War is Over in Europe, the War is On in Winnsboro e |We started the ball to rolling here last Friday, some of our neighbors got sore and cut under our advertised prices. [Remember This, Friends and Customers, re are watching them closely and will lot let anyone in Winnsboro undersell is in anything egardless of How Much we Lose Auto Tubes, all sizes, now . Half Price Ajax Casings, size 30x3, plain . . . $13.95* Ajax Casings, size 30x3 1-2, non-skid . 17.50 Regular $1.50 blue work shirts . . . Boy's regular $1.50 Overalls .... Boy's regular $2 Overalls $1.39 Men's regular $2.50 Overalls .... $1.98 Regular 35c Outings, now I9c Regular 35c Bleached or Brown Domestic 25c Regular 35c Dress Ginghams .... 25c Regular $3.50 Cotton Blankets .... $295 ?*en's and women's regular 25c Hose, now 19c Regular 35c Bleach Bath Towels, now . 23c White Laundry Soap, now 19 bars for Yellow Laundry Soap, now 25 bars for Lev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

is 1 f! ji li SALE SALES I' f' ' Great Cash Raising Sale! Great Sacrificing Sale! Cyclone Bargain Sale! Great Skillet and Dish Pan Sale and the devil only knows what kind of a sale the Stork will bring next. The truth is we all have too many goods and too few customers. Goods have gone down and the merchants have blown up. I will not put on a mock sale this season, but save that heavy expense to help lower the prices on my merchandise. I will meet prices on any items sold in Winnsboro, and have lowered the prices on many items. I am offering my entire line of Men's and Boy's Clothing at about 10 per cent above first cost. m GOOI) ASSORTMENT LAD IKS AND CIIIL- DREN'S COATS SELLING AT 20 TO 30 PER CENT DISCOUNT FROM REGULAR PRICE. MEN'S DRESS SHOES AND WORK SHOES AT EXACTLY 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. ALL GRADES REDUCED FROM 20 TO 80 PER CENT. EXTRA GOOD (QUALITY PAIR OVERALLS PER $1.95 BEST QUALITY MEN'S UNIONS, EACH $1.48 MISSES AND CHILDREN'S EZ AN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

CAMPBELL, Owner and Bi . 1 Manage _ J. of. HOLLINSHEAD, Secretary Campbell's Big Five Everything WINNSBOKO, TEXAS. OCTOBER 20, 1A20. :4'm , § m (ij (TSTOMER AND FRIEND: I, T1 VI OF THE YEAR HAS ARRIVED FOE ALL KINDU (M flALB TRirva «,n^ I I WK AllH ANNOUNCING TO OUl; ri STo. I I i ' I'VKHAEI Y T1IAT 1,'i'mi \ ■■ . fttlfinUo AND I III', rRAD- 1 I) TAOTRPPN T \ ( <o v.' \ 1 ' *'« ON'I WE DO NOT MEMBFRFD TH/^T JON\ \ wu\ ! ' ' COST SALES FOR IT |! I'' ' , .MIllMiliL) 111A 4 JON | , ALV | ijj | ,.j I, i|T be %%.******> ™ |KKN( I . OUR IDEA OP BUSINESS IS 10 GET THE GOODS TO THE CUSTOMER WITH JLbASI POSSIBLE OVERHEAD EXPENSi; FOR IT IS ALSO TIM T Til VI TilF Ml P |NT MUST HAVE SOME PROFIT OR GO BROKE. COW. ItM.AIvDLFSS 01' SALES, M.AMINi; CIRCULARS, RED TAPE AND HOT AIR WE YOU TO COME TO OUR STOKE AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS BOTH AS TO QUALITY I WICK AS IT WILL BK OUR POLICY mm NOW UNTIL ALL So" ALL! 2 CHeIp ES ARE OVER, TO MEET ANY AND ALL LEGITIMATE PRICES. \LL WE ASK IS I'OR YOU TO EX...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBITION8 W THERE STILL A DI B J j| | | Indigestion Msojr persoaa. other* !a« O | rigorous aad healthy, trt O Q bothered occasionally wit* gg Q indirection. The affects of a ■ m disordered stomach on the H system are dangerona, and JJ H prompt treatment of indlgaa- B Q tlon is Important. "The only Q rj medidr t I have nerded has m 2* l>e«n so ut hing to aid disea- ~~ D Hon and rlean the lleer,** D nt writes Mr. Fred Aabby. a h B Mci^uccr. Texas, farmer, j El ' ily medicine la 5 Thedford's S BLACK-DRAUGHT a er 16th. 1920. 1* it iv i mi for SnJigeaUun snd stomach trouble of sny kind. I have never found anything that touchea the spot, like Blaelt- Draught, I tak* It la doses after *inw <s. For a Tone time I tried pills, wl<;ch grip- sd and didn't Rive the good results. Black-Draught liver medicine Is easy to taks, easy to keep, Inexpensive." Oat a package from your druggist today—Ask for cr.d Insist upon Thetfijiu s—the only genu!*#. 0 To The Press: Public •rkrcwW...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

FORDS TRADE MA] Farm Tractor |A Fordson Tractor on the farm means more prosperity for the farmer. It doesn't make Iv difference how you spell prosperity—whether it is in increased production; whether 1 the saving that comes from a machine over a horse or mule; whether it comes Ja release from the drudgery and all-day and all-night lalmr on the farm for both man Id wife because the Fordson answers all those problems to the satisfaction of the far- r' |lt can't be otherwise. These are the days of progress, and power on the farm is the tensity. It is only a question of what kind r.f power the farmer is going to have, but no rmer with the facts now before him can question the monetary advantage of machine jwer over horse and mule-power. The Tractor is the fanner's necessity just as much I the sun is the necessity for growing crops. IAI1 that is necessary for a farmer to know his Fordson Tractor as familiarly as he un- (rsUinds handling a team of horses. He wants tr^use the same amount o...

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