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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

They are GOODI Wiwsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor YEAH IN ADVANCE «t THE PRESIDENTS VETO Presidtnt Harding's veto mes- sni; • re uruing the bonus b.ll to BOOSTERS# There I BUYING PO>\ER at leiut two vaiio- b El I •?| 'J i ciAfic.* u not merely un ex-1 tie* of boaters. On j is thi aik ing kind, th? other nmt:lie; hii pression o. di;>ap. r;«val of tiv^ n.jt ih t jm> p.ovision is ma!e in the Dfl for iha raising il revenue to fi .ance i . I t muny! u,t Ij** hid actions tpo. k loud- word s with his doeds. As a rale Bftfo himar d e* not s y uc'i 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 en application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOB LEADERS There are csrtain politicians in Texas who are making much talk about the Ku Klux Klau and mob rule, masked mobs and ot herwise. These politicians charge thai Earle B. Mayfield, the democra- tic nominee for Uuited States Senate is...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

Buv a ZJkrpcl- and Spend the difference *Sk 4* 580l F.O. B. DETROIT Quick, convenient, com- fortable transportation at economical cost has made the completely equipped and newlyimproved Ford Coupe the busiest car on our thoroughfares today. A saver of time and money. Terms. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro ^UNCLE JOHN PARTING • You've made jrer mind tip, Jenny, so (here's nothin' left to *7. that I reckon would impress y® to do some other way. . . . ■You never was * stubborn child, or one that doa't behave,—but I* re mighty sot, I've noticed, 00 the little things youcrave. . . . So, you're goin' to the City—where there's heaps of fine "carters" and worlds of "oppertunities" around THB / ye everywhere#—I wouldn't want to tie ye to yer mother's apron strings, for life, they say, is measured by the happiness k brings. . . . .... When I think about them "type-machines'" or derkin' in a store, where the bow ain't never satisfied, but—allers wantin' bore—where there's slim res pecks fer puri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

' I1 — Y SEPT., , It22 ■ I r". mm \ !' M (i At The Novelty Store A beautiful line of suitings, Shepherd Checks aivi Plaids. You will be surprised how smaM aniont yeu would be out for a nifty skirt. Also a real pretty' grade of Pongee for school and work blouses. At 35c and 7&c the yard. Don't put off getting your red beads and ear sreu s. Will have an entirely new lot of Chir.a and Coackeiy for Saturday. Qsn supply you with anything yon need in Racket Goods at Prices that will please you. P. P. MARTIN Men how about that suit? A large assortnuni to select from. $16.00 to $25.00 W. C. Dodgen Company. , Harold Folmar is in DaJlas attending a business college. ■*'1 n ff r® v ?wa Urn MP mi Ca ready bbage and collard plants f. Miller-Nabors P.ant Co. ... , ■.11 . i. - —— AMUSU PROGRAM OPEN FULL WEEK Monday and Tuesday, October 2nd and 3rd "BEYOND" , Featuring Ethel Clayton Wednesday, October 4th "FIRST LOVE" Featuring Constance Binney Thursday, October 5th "YOURS VERY TRULY" Featuring...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

WfWWSBOao WCTKI Y NEW! FRIDAY ""T ~ • •«— -■«.!• ■ ■ — - ■■ • ■ ' SEPT., 19, 1922. ■ ■ ■ • - A Checking Account Every child should be glvn « small amount ctf money from ^ime to time It is nice to give a small sum at first; the thiW wit value ft quite as much aa a larger one. Even five cents the fitt/e people leorn to plan and save for special things. Start an Interest aceount here for tha little ones and help the*! to btriM It op. We aim t* carry a Complete Stock of a.l artit\e« illustrated ana If wc happen to be out of nny item we will be g!a:l to order it for you. W. C. Dodgen Compary J CALL FOR COUPONS®! ..... — i■*—IT .rtwiPi 5— - ^ _ First National Bank Winnsboro. Texas Just Unloaded Car of Flooring, Ceiling and Drop-Siding Also full line of SewelPs paints, Lead, and Oil. Cypress Shingles and Brick Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Walton Daniel of Mineola was in this city Sunday. Casseil Bros, report having, ginnerl over 1200 bales of cot- tor up t > Wednesday morning. This is a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

1 l\ 11 I u IfS FRIDAY SEPT., ft, It22. Imperial Potentate A AVJY0- CAjrgn. world today vzr capita t ban any I time since the Civil War. The United States has net made a normal cotton crop since 1911, and in our oplnin will naver : -Make another one unless we e- l liminate the boll weevi. Th^ i world grows at tha rate of 8 1-2 per cent per annum, which mtana the comurap ive powe, has grown 28 per cent Bin* we made a natnal c<ton crop. Wo are on the eve of teven ycarrs of proajerity. The Federal Re serve Banks arj burdened with gold. Big business is just ahead. —McKinney Gazette. FARMERS . UNION PICNIC A Farm Labir Union picnic will be given at Rock Springs, 3 miles northeast of Winnnboro, September 80ih. Three sp akers J. A. Gaines, Mr. Tarpley and Judge Jno. H. Beavers of Winn- sboro are on tne program for (speeches. There will be plenty stew for everybody. Come anil bring unch. Roy Dumas, Sc?. 0 SOME GOOD ADVICE Strengthened by WinnsDoro ; Experiences. , kidney disease is to da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

(■« &Wf 'T MeWFrtlDAT SEPT, 29, im. •vmm v> A"**' T— 2S«r ..<W « /ujt.4 it t**n. W .f / "* "• - . */*(• fr« •' C$0i~ 9* i" hmtff are a taste thrill at meals or any time That's because Kellogg's Corn Flakes are so deliciously flavored—the Kellogg flavor that is known all over the civilized world! You, as well as the little folks, can eat great bowlfula of Kellogg's Corn Flakes day after day—and each sunny-brown, crispy, crunchy spoonful thrills the taste as though it was the first! Put Kellogg's in comparison with imitation com flakes! Kellogg's Corn Flakes are never tough or leathery or hard to eatl They are all- the-timc crisp, all-the-time good I Don't miss such enjoyment 1 TOASTED CORN flakes ##8B. cq|JTI>0 Insist upon Kellogg's in the RED and GREEN package that bears the signa- ture of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Corn Flakes! NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT IT! CORN FLAKES |il nU. of KELLOGG'S MUMBLES aad KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked «>d I, run. M.J WJ 9 W •■MA Ten full days...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

FRIDAY SEPT., it, 1MX 1 I ! ■; n I! I It '■'I §1 l iH IMT i ' ^ ■M l H| <j I 'A- ' f li 1 i n i i i i t5 i i i i • « •« « « ( i ♦ ET fi/ t 3 Not u few dozen, but several hundred to select from. We have made some excptional BUYS from the heat milliners of America for this big sale, beginning Thursday, Septem- l>er 28 and continuing 10 days. It is to your advantage to buy hats at these very low prices. 200 Hats that have sold for double price will be on sa'e in all of the loading styles and colors for $1.95, $2X6 and $8.95. 150 Hats in better dress hats that are worth from $6.50, to $10.00 on sale at $8.95, $4.95 and $6.75. 50 Hats just received from the best milliners of Am iica in patterns to sell for $6.95, $8.75 and $9.75. $17.50 Pattern Hats for $12.50; $25.00 Pattern Hats for $16.75. This is the largest stock of millinery you will find in this section of the State, and nowhere can you find such Prices at the beginning; of the season. We will sell several hundred Hats durin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

E or nt ts I etc., 9 X,V - NO. 4. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCT., 6, 1922. lew $1.25 PER YEAR Jtry Show Will Be Held November 23rd SCHOOL NOTfCES Examinations for certificates POl LTRY EXHIBIT . MiL — The most creditable street po- will be held the first Friday and ultry exhibit ever pulled off in Saturday following in each Winmboro was Saturday when ,poultry Show which was ing as a result of the exhibit month until further notice. The eight of the ;ead na poultry rai- Saturday, October 21st, to be held November 23rd, that !ee is now $4.00 and lor the in- sers of this section displayed en postponed until Thurs others will be' induced to mane i d!'ire V* so™e of their fine chickens. The Fall Garden and Truck Crops That Will Pay November 23rd. This was [it the regular meeting of eiation Saturday, be it at least a side line. explain that $2.00 of this is 1 sent to the State and the other t« , , $2.00 is put on deposit in the John Panning an industrious bank and the 1 The sp...

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

S .*1 WTNN9B0H0 WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY OCT., «, 1922. i J iB i m •fl! i ■ < ■ >' •« ■ 'i I ?i! 1 1 I fl *l ^w MITT KF.LLOGC'S, Jack II hi 7 <// ' Muthtr * I4 tfm could bu/ KIL- LOtiG t. but 1 could carry om Em/ /wl will—J will—I- Our word for it! You'll neverImow how delicious Corn Flak es can be till you eat Kelloggs Positively—the most joyously good any-time-cereal any man or woman or child ever put in their mouthsl Such flavor, such crispiiess! Such big sunny-brown Corn Flakes 1 How you'll relish a generous bov/l-iilled- most-to-overflowing; and a pitcher of milk or cream! Never was such a sc'-out! Never did you get such a universal vote as there'll be for Kellogg's Corn Flakes] Big folks and little folks will say "Kellogg's, please, mother 1" Leave it to their tastes —and yours! Trove out all wc say! For, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a revelation ia flavor; a revelation in all- the-time crispness! Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard to eat! Insist upon KELLOGG'S—tlio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

■ ' ■ WINNfflOKQ WBSKtT CTSWS FRIDAY PCS « lm „. 'Well! Strong BIGGEST HIGHWAY !" JOB IN HISTORY I Clover, of R.F.D. „H, Kaas., says: ,J „ niKcr some months JVomaniy(roubles, and Rlid I w« going to gel 1 E*h month I suffered thud, back and sides— ii> nervous feeling. , to fry medicines as I until someons told me of National RoaJ Syjtem to Be 160, Miles. To Include Texas. i00! Is a LE treat j ■rrniat "er pep. M gum. ' : 1 i two bottlrs before 1 could meat change, but after was remarkable how etter I ROt. I am now J stror I can recom- Cardui, for it certainly 99 me. ^...jve fern exneriment- j yourself with all kinds of nit remedies, better get good, old, reliable ,he medicine lor n, about which you have jt heard, which has helped ythousands of ottiers, and ft should help you. too. Pour neighbor about It; she Z babty used it. rale tvery where, imac I 10 )| Waco, Texas—The highway eon atructton program of the federal Oovarnment Is the bluest project ol its kind in history. much highe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

m SI ■1 1 i F nP Si \i : 1 ' < flj ,'i> I I ftf il I I ft tl T— m NEWS J Wtt#AT t#*. C1IM. I i II 1 At The Novelty Store Shop at the Novelty Store iinr' 2 vj 31o cy We havo the newest things in collma. 2500 yEi-da cf L ice just arrived, pric;s 2c to 5: per yard. Every Pattern soected nnrl veiy pretty. Gir!'3 School hats 65c. P. P. MARTIN ffi7 f]|[ffff[ffg[IFPIfflliliHWWI<ii<lirf 1 Iki 1 irt.il 'f THE BOLL WEEVIL To the g.neral public, the boll weevil is a pes.iferouti in~cc« which does something to the cotton crop. To the cotton gro- wer the boll weevil is a catac- lysm, a disaster, a nightmare of terror. To the coun'.ry as a whole the boll weevil ij the cause of an ecnomic loss of un- xuessed proportins. According to statistics of the Departments f Agriculture, in the year 1921 the crop of co^ ton harvested was 7,954,000 bales. It should have bem 18, 4566,000, but 10,712,00 were | ruinud natural causes, and of Mm enormous quantity so de- stroyed the boll weevil alone ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

wr wwfffFriday, ocu «. int A Checking Account In a body we have visited and inspected the county jail, and fiiKi that this building is GRAND JURY REPORT The State of Texas, County of Wood. _ _ In the District Court Wood kept an<1 ,n 8 wnnary con- Coun'.y, Texas, Fa). Term, <Jlll0n m,d that peiHonaiiy tJie 1922 Knife's have inxorined us that To the Ilonohable J. R. H,t* wtf4- led and cared lor Wamn, Judge ol said ttl,u ,0ucJ J" their prai.,t 01 our A! bel iv 14. Wa SE Every ch'ld nhould be given a small amount ctf money from ime to time. It is nice to give a smnll sum at first; the thild wi! value it quile as much as a larg r me. Even five cents the I tt e people karn to plan ami save for special things Start an IntoroBt account brre for tha little <«es and help them to build it up. First National Bank Winnsboro. Texas Just Unloaded Car of Flooring, Ceiling and Drop-Siding Also full line of Sewell's paints, Lead, and Oil. Cypress Shingles and Brick Scr oggin-Dr um m on d Lum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

, I . jl t K Wiopskoro Weekly Newt . - i . .- Homer R. Weir, Editor — *1.25 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clasu mat- ter, September 24, 11)00, at the postoffice at Wmnsboro, Tex a*, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY W. M. PIEHSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311-312 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas. Special attention to business of non-residents. GROWERS URGED TO PLOW UNDER STALKS Dallas, Sept. 30.—An attempt to kill practically ail tae bull weevil which infested this year* cotton crop was decided upo.i at today's Statewide conference of business, agricultural an1 en ucational interest here. The el- forts to kill the l>oL weev I will be made during the month of Octolwr by plowing undor cot- ton stalks on the farms of the State. The conference was pre- sided over by Z. T. George oi the Texas Chamber of Com- merce. It was declared by Geo. Terrell, State Commissioner of Agr'culture, a...

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

WIWNBPOKQ W1EKLT NEWt FRIDAY OCT, I, 1922. -7T ■vv- STOLE TROUSERS YOU ARE COKDI. LEFT SHORT POEM ALLY SOLICITED Buv a Z/kxrcl- andSpena the difference # I J. W. Dickson, who liven n ar Cherry, reports that a few ni- To visit our interest ng and — —— ■H" Get a Good Night's Rest ghts ago two pair ol t roust r..' "lstruct Vt' ^xha>jt at the Texas were stolen from hig room and , Sw\tf i'air, Dalias, Wai'o Cot- No other manu- facturer in the world has .so per- | sistently main- tained such high standard of qual- ity and so deter- minedly kept prices down. So when you buy m Ford Products you will enjoy not only the satisfac- tion of having made the right choice but of having saved money besides. Call, write or phone for our terms. $395 the following hit of po try wa. t il, which a| parenily serves ai an explanation ai to why thjy were taken: J stole den b'iches, I 'knowl dge d • c >n>, But it warnt no crime Shore an ycu'rr born. If de motive is righ', Den whar's d sin— I stole d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 October 1922

[IT NBWt FRIDAY OCT., 6, 1921. ifc ! I SAM MARTIN, 1EWLER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Opti( Goods. All Work Guaranteed. LITTLE ADS L WORK WANTED — Widow with three children, oldest boy i 11 years, wants work in Winn- sboro for the winter. Can do neat plain sewing or will wash, iron, or can work 10 or 15 acres land. Have meat, lard and cow. Would like promise of enough work to justify moving. Mrs. Ciark, Peach, route 2. AUCTION SALE—4 ga\ stock, eleven registered Jersey cows, heifers and three grades will >e sold to the highest bidder at my barn Wednesday the 11* h, 3 p. m. Jonothan Attaway Pickton LOST—In some store or on streets in Winnsboro Friday a $20.00 biH. Finder please re- turn II. W. Morris, route 1, or leave at News office and get re- ward. FOR SALE—Registered Jersey male 1 year old; cheap. J. J. Fanning. 2t WANTED—A first tf.ass s'ile«- han to sell marble and granite monumets on commission fr> Wood county. Mu-t hav goodj refutation and aui!itv f>' 11. Write Onklan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

Ipti< id. . V - NO. 4 A WINNSBORO. VOOD COUNTS, TEXAS. F« AY, (OCT., 13, 1922. 11.25 I'EK YEAM N"e ww J Nthei r sho recor |"d is. viaiti POTATO MARKETS L forecast of several [tack it looks like the mar- ,iweet potatoes has about lout in H western points jj no other region for [^irket our yams in. We J k everyone before digh Ijad hauling in to get In jvith us for it is just poa- fve cannot use them. We I that the diversion points are filled with cara |kive no outlet Hence It i folly to load a car with- yfnf a sale on it We are Tour best to keep a mar- for the past week In- have got fewer unUl fit all thia week at this Chamber of Commerce Plans Big Day November 23 Winnsboro is to have a gen- ded on as having what the peo- ture, Uve Stock!> an" PouTry t^^^^uel^d«,t'>Cd,h*™ 8tl'' lhursday, November 23.d. The wth dej/«widabi« dau; concurs With .he Poultry chAn<liAe> ao ®oot nue making WINNSBORO DEFEAT8 MINKAI A wiiuuj wnn >ne , Show. Premiums to the amoun; Winnaboro you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

WINNSWWO WttUtLY^H^WtnubAY, OCT, IS, 1922. J/r ft mt , Iu i i m | I SUITS! Eighteen Dollars & Up My i.ew line of samples are priced reasonabh. You can ♦buy a good quality, well made suit as cheap ats $18 00. What about1 that cvcrccaLT If you need a now overc a', it wUI pay you to see me immediately. A niC3 line of sam- ples and prices are reasonabe. Max Hitt YOU ARB CORDI ALLi sonciTBD Louisiana State Fair Snreveport, La. Oct 10— To visit our interesting nd Judgmtr by reports reaching uie ins rucllve exhibit it the Texa olfice ot S:cretary Manager W. ?Late Fair, Dal.as; Waco CoLton K. llirach, it looks like there Palace, \Vlcj: Hou on Fair, will be between 20,000 and 2a, I Houston; end Louisiana Stale (K.0 ch?.dren at tha State Fair •'air, Shrevoport, L\ We want of I>ouisiana on the opening day ill of our thirty five thousand October 10. Appreciating the ed former studon.s, their friends ucational importance oi tho >nd those interested in educa- giva. historical pagent to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

'TX 1 J . ■ '"TrUf* hi - wiNNgpona WESKtY ivews Friday, oct.,\h, ini. r* 1 i[i ■ —— —•«— -— ■ y—■ h Mi .v.. JSIM 3 it £? Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical ihm Us* Goods. AM Work Guaranteed. A i A Checking Account |Ev?rv chid should l>e given a small amount <tf money from Mme to time. It is nice to give a small sum at first; the Ichild wit value it quite as much as a larger (ne. Even five I cents flio 1 We people learn to plan aid save for special I things Start an Interest account here for tho> little ones liind hi'lp them to build it up. siubue Saturday Specials SEE OCR WINDOW DISPLAY OF ENAMEL AND TIN *7APE. ANY ARTICLE ON DISPLAY FOR 9 CENTS. P. P. MARTIN'S Novelty Store First National Bank Winnsboro. Texas COTTON Receipts to date 6,653 bales. Looks like Winnsboro will get j at least ten thousand bales be- ifore the close of tne sason. ' Prices paid yesterday were from 21 1-4 to a half. Mrs. Rebecca Bird, who h s Received this week large ship ecu visiting at the home of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

H ' ■ * M /; ^Mf^n!mrmTnnini nini!ii!!!i!!iiii!ii(iimntiirmaiH!r?;nuu!i::!i::! maiamnzr! S Everything Guaranteed J As Advertised fiiiiiiiiitiiiiiis; Qtntraiiuniiiiiiiiiiiicjiiii!ii}iiiiiiiii]i:uuiiiiim!ui:inn;a:i;iii;;;iiniiui..: We Cannot Charge Merchandise at These Prices Ail Sales Must be Cash Sale Directed By Robinson Sale System "TAKE A Everybody How Can you afford not to TAKE A HAND IN IT? High-Class stock consists of. A Big- Stock of DRY GOODS; a Big Stoek of S| Every article in this mammoth stock is being tagged with a Red Tt We call particular attention to the fact that our present stoek $20.00 to $25.00 a bale higher and Dry Gocds advancing by leaps ar dollars worth of new goods received especially for this sale, and eaci witnessed by the people of this country. So simple is the arranged ■B TAKE A HAND IN Don't Forget the Place, the Date, Saturday, TURNER, the Big Man With the Big Gun; You Who Have Waited So Long for the Big Turner t' ' f P* Ready-to-Wear Many New Arrivals...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

T/ wm. wi iiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiininnnHitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiiiiiiiuuiniHn^ FOR FIFTEEN! I DAYS ONLY I --jlllllllllllllll!llllllli:i!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI!lllllllll!lllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllin IN Merchandise offered at these prices ^ * right at a time when you need it rchandise, as everybody knows, is what the Turner Mercantile Co.'s )Y-TO-WEAR, CLOTHING. HATS, NOTIONS and NOVELTIES, jive a Heavy Slash with the BIG KNIFE. [tared of 16 c cotton and bought on the sam i ba3is. Today cotton is |WHY DELAY? Why go elsewhere? Thousands and thousands of It is swelled to capacity with the greatest display of merchandise ever feock that upon entering our store that we ask you to HELPY SELFY. I IIRYBODY'S DOING IT EXTRA SPECIAL From 9 to 10 a. m. Saturday Opening Day of Sale 5 YARDS METEOR PERCALE 30c Limit Five Yards to Customer ier 14th, 9:00 o'clock a. m., and Your Purse le Shoots He Uses a Big Load and Both Barrels Prepare to Be Here Sat...

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