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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

I ■ it I ( it' ( ' II L The Kaiy s ttai|y earnings Cash paid over the coufriter by passen- gers and shippers is a railroad's sole source of operating revenue. The average gross revenue per mile of the M. K. 0* T. Lines in 1921 was $45.70 a day. In the first five months of 1922 the average gross revenue per mile was $36.78 a day. To serve the public satisfactorily, the M.K.&T. management must keep the cost of train service, up-kecp of roadway and equipment, wages, taxes and rents within this revenue, and maintain a margin between expenses and earnings that will attract additional investment, as need develops for enlarged transportation capacity. The M. K. O T. Lines represent a property investment, recognized by the Interstate Coramcrcc Commission under the Transportation Act, of more than $60,000 a Mile. In the first five months of 1922, uftcr paying expenses and taxes', the M. K. O T. Lines earned a net operating income per niilo, on an investment of more than $60,000 a Milt!, ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

• WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FKIUAY AUG US INK UNIVKMAL CAR LI SALES AMD SERVICE * f Attention Ford Owners! Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat- treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GEN- UINE FORD PARTS. Don't be misled—Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By §o doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent more wear from them, and you will pay the lowest possible cost—the same everywhere. 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Parts Price List When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs •Mention, call on us. For remember we are prop- erly equipped, employ competent mechanics, and use Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all repair work: Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro ST 4, 1922 ==J Democrats Hold Convention a...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

WTNXSnORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 4, 1922 if H H ■" til 1,4 f f ' !| m m - Winpsboro Weekly News Homer It Weir, Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Wiunst>oro, Texas, under the act of March S, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Braids, narrow ribbons, trim- mings, etc. The Enterprise, This being hot weather, we will aene ice cold lemon-ade next Saturday and Sunday. Come down and help yourself. Winnsboro Service Station. Several dozen hats good foi now, early fall and next' summei at sacrificing prices. $1.95,$2.95 $3.95. The Enterprise. R. P. Anibal left Tuesdy for his home in New York State to spend a month with his family. Mrs. J. C. Caradine and son, lames of Fort Worth are visit- ing Mrs. J. L. Caradine and Mrs. Will Stevenson. Mr. Caradine is expected to arrive today. Everett Beavers of Wylie is in the city visiting his parents. Wilcoxson Motor Co. unload- ed a car ...

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

.«wi |M IHSU) SHOW . |n N#v Science to •« §lr t«d Oct •-' badcast nkws m fair grounds .Dtlte and tnt«n «ly in- "rtdto iho* wJ" b* on* ol iLhirf Of tU. SUte Kalr of 'Kl. . Oct 6 15. this yea. GtoV>* tbe d«el- h tit new .clon« of wlr .ictios *' i * ru"ydeln" „ || plkJDt J to Uuve a it it Ion—the Irst time oltaJat'l at any similar jfM&MR**' froui visitor® 'ruimniltted back i DHu wherever there may fprittr let "P- fapHDle of tit imj>uli<* from any of ml DaJia* sutlcms. (bodwlD iiuJ b on named 0f the rndlo dejmrt I be promises much of In L sd!o «nthu*i ist «. JMUon of unuuv.it< a ns mail t L nilo cnth.i.-ilast* wlH bo fjfilare At a aim liar exbi M.cd by ft 1 lu!!a:4 pajiov , lgp. mor- thnn MO such ilown Mr (Jootivrln be * u exhibition will be of kt'lll lo yi'ir* r ll'/ . in tor Jr.iia. who I •••;•: h smaller not t'lu advantage ol rtorr insd^ equiumrnt which I itiiiird i! uu't< r >s for their Tac jl"le Kaif show rinch opportunity. u hopley to judge but ho hns at fair...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

, 1*1 1 t i'i j 4 ! ro .«< 1 ;iil) ' W '•* X, Mf Vl • 0 S" 1 !' i i III j i ( H M, 1 f 1 If I H 1 i; I I ' ' • ! . I il' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST i, 111 Delaney Hall Wesley College, Greenville, gineering course offered at A. Texas.—Delaney Hall is one of & M. is also offered at Wesley thu largest and best arranged and approved at A. & M. Thus dormitories for young men to ue young men may escape the found in any school in Texas. A overcrowded classes at A. & M. ne* roof is replacing the °ld and,and the University, getting lh.3 building is being entirely re- .. , . . . . ., marked, hardwood floors brine m0rc "1M'0U|!:h "•"V"* M in paft of the building. Yale the same subjects. This looks are being placcd in all is why the universities are u.y- doors. Each room has a nice ing young men to attend junior targe closet. The building is heat college before entering the Uni- ted by steam and supplied by hot versity and cold water. | The literary societies offer Wesle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

a 3\Tctx>$* -NO. -IH. WmNSBORO. WOQD COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST 11, 1M2 Itry Association's Show Saturday, October 21st HE AND STATU *AJI) ANNOl'NCEMENl (joint Institute of Wood counties for school [j( 1922-23, will convene at itemlter 11-15, 1922. Department insists Ujoint institution and the i of both counties voted unanimously to have tin at Alba. The peopu of [attend r. hearty welcome It teacher:; and promise I for $1.00 pel ay. The Ieffort of this institute Redirected to help the tea in their school work. Many matters of interest wgre discussed at the regular monthly meeting of the Pour- try Association Saturday after- noon at the Chamber of Com- merce rooms, but the most im- portant was the matter of a oouMry show. President Cur.or opened the meeting for discis- sion as to the date of the sho-. it sjemed unanimous with tu' >•_ proacnt that some time in Ocl-'- ber would be the proper time. A motion prevailed that Saturday the 21st be the date set, so Saturday, Octol>e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, lf 22 HMI j i!; rfli nf i il ■!! : < H .{■; i n, i i If J1! * i it 1 if 1 Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor <1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the t>ostoffice at Winnsboro, Texas. under the act of March 3, 1879. | Man has already bsen to —.—— COLUMBUS OF TODAY By Richard Lloyd Jones A Mnndsen recently sailed ! t>m iMii.Ue to Income icelock-| .u in ti e i*ope that he might | drift iXiUvi t.J3 north pole What's the use you wonder.) tin Whose Summer Picnic Is This? Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ICxtend Cur Trade Territory Reports are flattering for c good cotton crop in the Winna- boro trade territory. Some far- mers have reported leaf worms lut most of them have gotten busy with poisoning and not much damage is expected from this source. The present esti- mate placed on Winnsboro re- ceipts the coming season run from 8 to 10 thousand bales....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

m1 SALES AND SfHVlCB Attention Ford Owners! Ford parte, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat- treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GEN- UINE FORD PARTS. Don't bo misled—Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By so doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent more wear from them, and you will pay the lowest possible cost—the same everywhere. 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Parts Price List When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs attention, call on us. For remember we are prop- erly equipped, employ competent mechanics, and use Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all repair work: Wncoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro WINNSHOKO WEEKLY NEW? FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922 Boy* Agricural Club Annual Encampment The second annual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

ill WINNS30R0 WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1 22 fSaturday Last Day! of Bier Sale sale Saturday is the last day of my bit; mile. This | been a tremendous success, but no wonder. The prices have marked on my goods are irresistable. Once in the j store you cannot kelp hut buy something. I still have a large no of real bargains left. Come around tomorrow and I nee. I desire to thank all who helped me make this sale the iKUccess it has been, and invite them to come and see n>< of- I ten. You will always be treated in a counteous manner andj your visit's always appreciated. Don't forget that the big sale closes tomorrow night. J. B. Roberts W. A. Nabors' Weekly Letter on Fruit and Truck Growing Digging Yam Potatoes und the the tomatoes we can giow from Yam Market — now on until frost where the> In the first plaje we want to'are properly say a word to the growers a-. Bring us all the . I ' bout handling yams. It don't and cooking apples that you look like, after all these years,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

10] 1922 fust 31, j -ting. m had io | 'st of I ble take, here «i ipils.' who j Vaugy l>le te nt tend be) • is a fcj Ja L JXU |)ENTA r K A 1 Ian., jghter.l city I Mrs Ul F. res 1-2.1 . W. Win Mi I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKW T FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922 - Our books are now closed for this season, and we are bidders for the cash trade. As a business proposi- tion, you buy wheie^ you can get the best goods for the least money. The next time you come to town give I us a trial, for the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. I it courteous treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you come to see us. Every day * will be "Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store. Yours for a Campbell's Big Five "Everything" Do It Now LOCAL HAPPENINGS What money have yon got on hand? Mighty lit tip? Then the less you have the more reason there is for you to begin to accumulate money. Take whatever you may have on hand —even if it is only $1.00. Bring or send it to the First ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

u f m h« i WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 1*22 To The Boys Who Will Leave For School Our new fail samples will be arriving daily and we are prepared to show you the latest fabrics and styles for fall and winter wear. Come ia and let us show you our line. * * Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases WADE WEATHERBY .... Candida tea • ***• D::.:o::u;k No:r.iae?s (Governor KWl Niaff County Judge H. V. Puckett ; ■ County Attorney Walter Russell _ Sheriff A. H. Jolley County Treasurer Mrs. Lovie Searcy County Supt. Instruction J. U. Searcy Justice of the Peace, Prect 1. N. E. Seay Cotton Weigher, Winnsboro Ellis Brown Commissioner, Prect 4 M. A. Richburg We Have . 1 One Schol- arship in Tyler College —— SB—■ THEY'LL SOON BE ON THEIR WAY Run-Off Candidates Primary, Aug. 26 Tax Collector Ernest McCrary. - T. J. Shaw County Clerk Hall Benton Jewell J. McLeod Tax Assessor George A. Lloyd T. U. Shirey District Clerk J. W. Bullock Virgil B. Shaw Constable, Precinct 4. J. 0. \Vhitter G. W. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

p.* Ln PASSENGER grille. Ky. —Perplexed ^ finally hit upon the fjo dioR somewhat buxom frphy. a Shelby county ii truck and hcr in the baggage car (ll,e couldn't Ret through ngar couch door when train connections it nijrht <•" her way to me, Ind. L wi(| t.. - h 7H0 pounds £hav ■ 1 m.'iisure of |nin? pounds." Itiie hi:>ivn noci ktman hog is everywhere Her when you go, he's fin.I this avaricious and state, at [ t. You'll sure- if you escapc !• always hogs you tin the chin -h pin' :ii' I a lucky tail: II h bicest t. and hogs an- rfoi hi: l you need not 'foi his h< i. and snouis, fee is . or way to (him out. you with him I chanc • t" deal, you'll I Mm en < u hear him J; you'll ih bristles on line, ; ml know "right off istruc ; ine. lis looks find «H your kin as vic- ffcrown for him to skin, and dvir I wkIi you would ^avoid Ini • • - you would a 10, yes. you will meet. him ■pd by out on the road, or ■ sty. ;ui.I though i' isn't Jto tell, v II meet him if jo to hell. Exchange. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 August 1922

WINNfflORO- LY NKW8 FRIDAY. AUGUST II, 1W 1J. UJl£ i -M I if j m Hi it A I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE Revival Services Beginning at the Methodist Church Sundi August I3th, 1922 ? Rev. Ed Morgan will assist tfce pvafcor* Hugh McAlister of Quitman will lead the singing and Miss Pearla White Fort Worth will have charge the young people's service. SPORT HASH By Scrap Meat. The Winnsboro baseball "9" surprised the public on last Tuesday when they handed the I Fickton selcct crew a G to '<4 • defeat. The game is the first that the home boyB have won this season, but it is by na mums the last. Tbt first two games played by • • newly organized Wirins- I baseball team ended in de- NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The State of Texas, County ol Wood. By virtue of authority vcated in me as substitute trusteo, reg ularly substituted in the i lacc #t Andrew Kingka>, named ana appointed as trusteo ::i ' certain i deed of trust executed b.> «J. T.. .and C. I. Nixon, on the first day '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

1 I / rrr SflVj that I pledge utlined insboro Will Be a Good Cotton Market WINNSBORO.JVOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIIJAV IHIDAY, AUGUST .18. 1M2 Another Strike Possibility (d Harp Sing- ] 20. You will be taken "while there. Those com iy call at my office and pet a home. To the cotton growers we wish to say that every effort ing at Pittsburg possible will be put forth by j the business interest of this cl- citizensof Pittsburg in- ty this fall to make the leading |B lingers of the Sacred cotton market of North East nd the public to meet at Texas. Besides a number of I.Church in that ^ buyers who already make his Lair :ii iJ P'ace their home we are reliably informed that two other prom- ient cotton firms of Texas will W. M. inent representatives here, also the Farm Labor Union will have ~~ a buyer and also a cotton clas- REPAi'MM' ser here The facilities of the DONK ON HIGHWAY j Chamber of Commerce office U cost of gravel is being 11180 be at your command Ion the Highway between 'ree °f char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

Filtered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 19(M), at the liostoffice at Wmnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known en application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mail Older Houses Rooming Sale* totals of the great mail t rder uouses show an tnormoua increase, |urticularly in strict- ly farming sections. This is not pleasant news for y:'t'1 stores in our averae%< email town, but it is what we May expect. There is only one way :v. which the insidious mail ordei campaigns can be combatted, r nd that is by local merchants frankly explaning therr merchan dising i ossibilities to the peo- ple through advertising. It is a wel lknown fact tha It is a well known fact that maintain departments of Cusi erable magnitude to check up the towns where the locr.l mer- chants appear to lack local en- terprise. There they concentrate their batteries of advertising and cat- rlonrue distribution. The mail order houso nevr t>roapers in a town where th® local merchan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

W««KH NEW? FRIDAY, AUGUST '18 l922 TNC UNIVERSAL CAN I i.. M I i ^ "A ' I ?ilvv SALES AND SERVICI «*** ***** ttention Ford Owners! Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat- treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GEN- UINE FORD PARTS. Don't be misled—Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By 10 doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent ©ora wear from them, and you will pay the lowest possible coat—the same everywhere. 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Part* Price List When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs attention, call on us. For remember we are prop- erly equipped, employ competent mechanics, and uae Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all repair work: Wilcoxson Motor Co. . Winnsboro Richardson'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

WTNNBDOltO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST .18, 1922. _ « 11 ^ 8 1 i SPORT HASH By Scrap Meat. Hot dawg! The Winnsboro ball nine won another game. It wuz a shame for us to beai Stout as bad as we did but it just couldn't be hoped. Ain't it funny how all th^sa teams with weak namett are purtty good players, but teams liks Stout are might near as weak as we are. A TRIBUTE TO DICK SM TH (Contributed) " Suinmrri roll I'heir un> u a>, bul nl.' how cold and dliu Even Kutuiurr* uo when not bflirlil wiih him" An Addres* To The Voter* Of Wood County Ladies and gentlemen, I au* very sorry I have not beai able to see all of you during the cam paign personally and present< my claims for the office of Tax Collector, so I am taking this rv. , „ .A. . , . „ . method of assuring you of my Dick Smith is dead. No words nppn nation for p*6t favors Clothing that boys like to wear and parents like to bj of tongue of pen sctm collier, and the splendid vote gien me1 shorter and harsher than this in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

WINNBBORO WEEKLY NEWt FRIDAY. AIICURT W, ! ■ f# Our books are now closed for this season, and we are bidders for the cash trade. As a business proposi- tion. w ere y°^can Set the best goods tor the least money. The next time you come to town give us a liial, for the proot of the pudding is in the eating* thereof. J/ ^f°U* treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you come to see us. Every day will be Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store. Y ours for a good crop Campbell's Big Five "Everything" Preparation For Opportunity |TKe is opportunity—it knocks at every dOor—will you be ready for opportunity when it is ready for you ? Prepar- ation for opportunity means success for you. A Bank Ac- count at the First National Bank is the One, sure, certain preparation for opportunity. > First National Bank Ask your merchant for White Crest fiour. Best made. J. K. Sunday stay in Shearer returned home after several Dallas. months Miss Myrtle Harris return- ed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

J-..- 1 — U ' I I II ■ I If ; M ■' I il l, . ' H 1 I f I To The Boys Who Will Leave For School Our new fall sample* will be arriving daily ^ and we are prepared to show you th* latest fabrics and styles for fall and winter wear. Come in and let us show you our line. Cleaning and Pressing That Pleases WADE WEATHERBY Candidates Dcuoaatfc No.r,ir.c:s Governor HW 7 County judge H. V. Puckett. County Attorney Walter Kussell. Sheriif A. H. Jolley County Treasurer >, Mrs. Lovie Searcy <ifcu. County Supt. Instruction J. U. Seurcy Justice of the Peace, Prect 4. N. E. Seay Cotton Weigher, Winnsboro Ellis Brown Commissioner, Prect 4 M. A. Richburg \s- Twenty-five Miles of Jazz A young Boston girl recently found that she had traveled twenty-five miles while dancing five hours. She wore a podo- moter. She finished fresh as when she started and still ready for more. A Marathon runner, after covering twenty-five miles on the road, is ready to collapse. The difference lies in the inter- vals ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

jeani Station Moved Hetzgw Bros. hive moved (heir cream ataion from Girt lSoPS to L. L. Dodgcn's Grocery Store, with Fred Kelly manajrir. We thank you for jmmr patronage in the past will appreciate a con innnnte of nunc. Will boy cream , Wednesday;- and Saturdays, paying the highest market Fred Kelly, Local Mgr., for Metzger Bros., Dallas Chisels Strip Rus sian Churches IBDDDPUBflDBn Indigestion g H*ny prrsons, otherwise O rigorous snd healthy, are D | bothered occasionally with gjg I liilg'sMon. Tho effects of a ■ lliordircd stomach on tho ijjtcm are dangerous, and ■■ 1 prompt trontnierit of Indices- B J tfon It important. "The only Q | aedlclno 1 have needed baa q been somftMii)'; to aid dlgea- ■■ Uon and cl"an the liver," Q writes Mr. Fred Anhby, a M [ McKlnncy, Texas, farmer. ■■ 'My medicine Is Bedford's i LGK-OrlAUGHT I for Indlprrstlon nad stomach Q trouble o( any kind. I have j tew found anything that U touches tho epot, like Black* W DnuRht. I tako it In broken J fates after...

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