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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

WTNNWBOR© WREXLT NEWf FRIDAY, OCT., 11 iffi JM 1 M} i ' f I I I w H1 'If u %. > i % i i ■ u 1 1 • '1 v im l ,{• t i ,4 * WiBiisboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor *1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clash mat- ter, September 24, 1909, t th poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas under the act of March 3, 1879 Advertising rates made knowi. on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. PIKRSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311-312 and 313 "3rd. Floor Slaughter Building. Dalln, Texa<\ Sptcial attention to tu«incft of non-residents. don't make n)N of -me new • DBA OF TH6 VOUN6 FELLSR -roOAV-MB M16HT GROW U( ANO Show WU T'f A 6000 ONE'. m V GERMANY LOST ONLY THE WAR Truly America is nothing if not magnificent- Germany can attest to that. While no coun ry In the world is carrying mor than 5,000,000 000 of wcr hless paper marks, The United States is the proud possessor of Ger- man paper currencey to the ex- tent of 80,000.000,000 marks, bought at the average price of $12 per th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

mm WINN8H010 «miy 9WWm+moCf wpi $m*mmr* Vol* r.Z'JLOGO'S. jA W jsC/st-? — —c ■r^r "1 •■• Aflei iae War Grafting "This is only "ona or a i* to, the 6 * U UU- Mie vueWW tf j..U\ivrd iwry ;r~ns,.CLion; in JiaU.-o pa. lat -• as a ax army duck wliieh could bo Id lid. tout n icsa .iuu a year Lie ' now man/ ioidiors tr *«•'/ c m .il;:arij, WlTj cJllng or® ol our ^mItijhting aSr *°4' V1' *®-- *••• u •*/ ^o. giU> came, cu, uiiscj .ui,4 a kigiui t) '■bum ! ad._4 i-3 >c ti.. pac.c .iien began to sift back to tho cawI uu t; a a cc n... 1^4.00 v--l - .a t.io uea , pr-jper levels whr • normr '••<*! iw brr nd make fa.! a « though loi.un c! , 60 .c con- " sti.nd rds obtained. Ia i,t« ) ' Jer"®/ NgUtlng Ls? If 01 k*'° l-sc • a ju b .ax "When the Armi tice word for it! £ neverJmow haw delicious firi Bakes can be till you eat Kelloggb Positively—tho most joyously good any-timo-cerosl any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths! Such fl«-or, sucli cri^pucSw! Such big sunny-brown Corr. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 October 1922

I I Pi IT. mi I 8* ! •Li \\ THE NEW f STORE'S GOOD LUCK SALE ThJa la indeed a GOOD LUCK SALE! This ia the biggest Variety sale that we haVe ever pulled off. Mr. Birmingham representing the largest firm of the world haa been with us several days to display and price our merchandiae properly, also to give iu tip** how to have the bent Variety &.ore of any small town in Texas. Be sure to secure one of our large two page lithographed circulars. Every item in our store will be displayed with a plain price so that you can sell yourself. Make a complete list 01 your wants aad buy during thia sale. We have three times more mrchandise than we have been carrying in this store. We are determined to make it a atore that you will visit every week with bargains that win force you to buy. We have added a large stock of Winter Merchandise, Sweaters, Hosiery, Shirts, Overalls, Blankets, Rugs, Knitted Caps, Boys' Dress Cap and such like. Here are a few of our real good bargains and you will more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

ftlAof UJ innoboro _ NO. 6. important ===: WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT If, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 20. 1922. PROGRAM he delinquent tax payers On the 5th Sunday Meeting of Win.'ii 10 Independent the Rehoboth Baptist Associa^ | District. | tion to be he'.d with the Coke of the prevail- church, beginning Friday mom Big Premium Lis: for Show November 23rd COTTON ,GINNED IN WOOD COUNTY land awiir uicifcl condition in this for the past eighteen we Ik:yo used cvry ef- po your schools cr. t'.ing any embarras- [with you by forcing col- i of delinquent taxea.. We your failure to meet ff1 Th. ■si?uss&si El* your respond- <* . church.-BonnI, Grime,, .which was the reason we Friday Aftcroon I all indulgence that was 1:30—Devotional—Lester Mc- 1 power to extend you by, Kinney. ning compulsory collec- 1:45—Systematic giving.— this date, but we have Tom Kyser. as long as conditions 2:15—Was the unverse the ing, October 27. Friday Morning 10:00—Devotional—Edd Reed 10:80—Why do Baptists Bap- tize immers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

$ 1 itl4 ■ I it p- * s i< i i 11 ' j, 1 '— 1 ""till' V ufc\ Nk «. < fciHy Jmj (ran* « J I'..7«nI—• wHmit lUg (m><T c t Utll-tc't ••• ' if (•«.!. I'll M A- ....... . <m a Is:/" by all means tiy Kslloggs Com Hakes Tomorrow morning—set KELLOGG'S Corn Flukes before Uio family! A feast for thj eyo and a feast for kesn appetites! For, Kellogg's r.re as cxtra-dclicious a3 tliey look—all sunny brown and wonderfully crispy, crunchy! My, but liov/ they delight everybody! Kellogg's Corn Flakes, arc not only distinctly superior to any imitation, but are the most fascinating cereal you ever ate! Kellogg's appeal to every age! Little folks and eld folks find in them the same joyous pleasure! For Kellogg's have a wonderful flavor— end Kellogg's aro never tough or leath- ery or hard to eat! Insist upon KELLOGG'S—the orig- inal Corn Flakes in tho RED and GREEN package! It bears the signa- ture of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Kellogg'3 Corn Flakes. NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT ITI Jcreocr^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

WfNWKBORO WEEKLY NB*>FttlPAV (XT "Our Child ;coJ 1) yh 2 . If22. /I dkyrect THE UNIVERSAL CAft \ Ob tirder g|] r-dd 1 Leal ous j K ate i lal. Prices Again Reduced The following new prices represent a reduction of $50.00 on all Ford Cars and Trucks. These prices also represent the greatest value ever offered. F. 0. B. Detroit Roadster, Plain $2G9.0« Roadster, Starter ..... 339.00 Touring, Pbin 298.00 Touring, Start?r 368.C0 Coupe 680.00 Truck 380.00 F. O. B. Winnsboro Roadster, Plain $345.81 Roadster, Starter 418.61 Touring Plain _... 395.97 Touring, Starter 449.77 Coupe 617.55 Truck 454.44 Order Now And Get One Aboot Odder 27lh Wilcoxson Motor Co. Authorized Ford and Fordaon Safe* and Srtvfce Winnaboro, Texas <|> A tv/ J-4-w *<>■ rf _ MP B II ' ( It Doesn't Pay To Skimp On Quality Be particular al>out the qual ity of your clothes. Insist on it in your Fall and ""Winter Suit. Get all wool fabrics—cor- rect fit and the kind of tailoring that makes the style stand out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

V, ^ B ^ fc ' Nt ' L H- i I *1 2 I r Started Last Saturday, October 14 and is Now in Full Blast Las Saturday was a Banner Day and far excelled our most sanguine expectations. People came for miles and miles; they came early, stayed late and bought goods in every line. We have never in our mercantile career experienced such great business. REASON: The people know when Turner puts on a Sale there is a sure-enough Sale on, and they know they get gennine bargains. " I # Big Lot New Goods Arrived This Week Prices advertised last week are still in force, with better prices on some of the new goods. Come before it is too late. ABOLISH THE REVOLVER Ever since the invention gle convincing reason. The alarming incretsa m of crime ar.d muider made poss:- FREE TUITION to meet a demand for specializ- j and is, therefore, more likady to - — ed training in their rospec lvc get dirt into it, which might Help yourself, your friends lines. They cover the subjects cause lockjaw. | the pistol 400 years...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

• . / LI '4 fWNNM0«0 WEEKLY ... ivwwm «. OCT. 2|. |f22. Personal Service P. P. for iThere is a service that goes with the deposit and it is he aim cf he First Nnational lJank to give the I at *rvicc posr.ibls. Business man, Profession;;! man, ■femer or Clerk, you r.ised the service we give. Have [you a Bank Account? If rot, we want you to start lone now—we don't care how email an amount you IstaV. with—we want you to make a sturt. NOVELTY pTOKE Have ycu seen those nobby hand Imp* apd vanities ao es, misses and children for 35c, 65c MnJ $1.10. Make jour t. lection at once. LOOK FOR WliAT YOU N. ED IN OUR 9c WINDOW NEW ITEMS EACH WEEK Jl'-t re"-lv i * shipment ofl'ongee at 35c and 75-3 pei yard. P. P. MARTIN NOVELTY STOKE First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas mm &yKS ) ai mi mi /.(V*v namm' J. A. (Andy) Wilson Home phone 270. II. W. (Hubert Stanton Home phoj 456. Lobbock County farms Sold Without Money At $.'55.00 per acre, on 15 years time at 6 per cent interest; nothing to be pai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

m > SAVE A QUARTER \ FRIDAY, OCT.. JO, 1W2. About Ant f Eleph- ftntt and Us. By renewing your subscription to The Winnsboro Weekly News while you can do so at the rate of $1.00 a year. Or for $1.75 you can get the Winnsboro News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly News. ZOOLOGISTS, who, in fimpler langiiafc. art bug-olovittk. after microscopically observing Wr habit* ami conduct of *nU for )e r . bring u the «i- t*re tinu infonnalion that thf e hu y lime worker* in thr humbler world are by their own voluntary action the tnoM moral of all living crea>turc . The ant, they tell it*. ia' 0 intelligent that we are justified ill trying to dcacribe its existence by a kind of allegorical comparison with human lile. Bu v as are these minute little creatures, their females are scrupulously clcan. Sevatal timet each day they better their appearance with combs and brrshe*. The mothers are the only ones that are allowed to eat all they want. All others, by their established law, must abstain from o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

■l.-'l /nwmimoKO WBHCLT IfEWSmiD lon't Be Fooled Low Price and High Quality Don't Go Together, Stick to MIUMET "*!-W AY. OCT tkxas game laws given in short form corsomy BAKING POWDER Never accept "Just as Good" Brands* it will only mean disappointments and fail- ures on bake-day, which are expensive Calumet Is a High Grade Raking Powder, Moderate in Price When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive in- gredients used — such as flour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2H times as much as that of auy other brand. tV A CftTCNTSHl mnmq po by TEST WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER A TONIO i'i Tasteless chiN Tonit rate <% and Vitality by "nitty tig b J | the Blood. When jra.- leel it* eninK. invigoraUng effect, aee bow color to the cheeks and how vm ih« nppetlte, yoo will then Jc l8 its injft tonic value. |'i Ttsteleis chill Tonic is simply I Quinine mis|>ended in syrup. Se nieven children like it The blood [QUININE to I>urify it and It ON to lit •Destroys Malari...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 October 1922

„; 1 ' % Mt li-1 H , J-LL-- n 4T -OCT- IS. lm. ' y I nntniv M ,AM W1NN9DORO WRNKLY NHWH FRIDAY. OCT.. W. 1 22. «t ■'i. ■ ...'. a ■" 1 m SAM M:'P.TIK, JEWEL Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optk Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Soon to Be Bride of Kaiser s . ..." * * .< *.«*« : A V' * **<*"**?* ?cs 1 V ' "P"- V-. « .^ *♦.i - v. V^' ' ■ • .. j' ■■ #- • V-^I, An exclusive and most recent picture of the widow Princess Scboenich-Carloth, who is soon to marry the former Kaiser, engage- ment which has been confirmed, 'i !u Princess will take the three children, shown Lere, with her to Doom, Holland, where Wilhelm is living and where the ceremony will be performed, inasmuch as the former monarch cannot go into Germany to get his new bride. Th« Princess went to Paris recently for some of her wedding clothe*. HOW TO SERECT SEED CORN may look good, but you do not . ,, — know how many ears were on How is the seed corn on your the 8taIk nor what kind of stalk farm selected ? Does your father it grew ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

/ J to. -ed, m n Ktitn&hflt® >n lotife UOIl of ountf r, i ali| ;e I tintfl X!V — NO. 7. HARMONY CLUB SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION MEETING ie Harmony Club met in fourth 'regular session at Er.very Sunday school in the Victrolfl store last Tnurs- Winnsboro association take no- first meeting wr-s held t'ce: Get to Maple Springs nextl — Sunday at 10 o'clock ir possible. Since the inauguration of There will be dinner on thegrou- Romud Up Day on poultry, ive nd. Rev. T. D. McCrary will preaI stock and agriculture much en- thusiasm has become manifest ed. The business men of Winns- boro have gotton squarly behind it in a purely unselfish way, and they desire to show those YEA* METHODIST CHURCH r« port WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT IT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1(22 Big Premium List for Show November 23rd Wood County Leads In Sugar Cane Products [ be he home of Mrs. Ralph fell, which iwas purely. . A! other meetings ch Saturday at 11 a. m. Rev. J. held at the Victrola L. Weatherby at 7:30 Satur- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

▼ In1 | ma WINN8BORO WEEKLY NBWS FRIDAY. OCT. 27, 1M2. ——- .' j mrnm Wiansboro Weekly NtWi Homer K. Weir. Editor 91.25 A YEAU IN ADVANCE Ki.tered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, ut the postoffice at Wmnshoro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made knowu on application. not for us to leave that ide.% unguarded by the roadside for an„ n.rJcontcnt to malign of m- ]«KV. | . . v. ).:nd an. rchists :u:d c:;pe:l:ncntali3ts using aa ! ■3 itutmu ox culture tc spread | their imgr^teiul docti.iij it is j ri:.io toa us to act. Regents and trustees, vision* and overseers, pre lessors'and j co]hj_>. presidents should bj mindful of the work that is go itig on silcn. y ujX s.u rtp>i ious PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ^ounLiic^ l° I iens that up- he'd our flagstaff.—Au'ocas.a* Sonc American-. Abroad W. M. PIERSON , Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311-312 a> d 313 ** "TSJSX^- I WhHc it may b, that a Special attention to business ,-'r°Phet 1:1 not V;thou' ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

WIWW8BQR0 WBK1I.Y NBWt FRIDAY, 27, 1922. itl i may be controlled The following is Irom the Ex UlUlfth Vm .. V THE UNIVERSAL CAR Prices Again Reduced The following new prices represent a reduction of $50.00 on all Ford Cars and Trucks. These prices also represent the greatest value ever offered.. Austin, Texas, Oct 24.— Under provisions of the act of the Thirty-Seventh Ujriaa-JSoiv.r.fFav.n News, is- lure and v,ndcr Sec. 17. Art 'sued by IV. a; A. C M. Coi ege, Ifi of the State Constitution vvl,Ifch 1 ' county a d precinct cffic rs now in of<ice mil continue In fice utij J n. 1, 19?3, aid ther "iter until lhe:r successors have ivnicn is rar icul >ry applicable- jU8t Hi 1*V3 11 ; Fall ai.. l wi .tc cl.vn up of tot ton fields end hiljern Ming pine '•i tiie hell v. eevi' cinstitu.es qualified, the A'.tainey Generul ')n irost efic:.iV3 uils- ' * ' - - ures of v:y. vi: control. Present 3f>nditi(ns l'JCtvhariy f.ivcr : uch oday ru'cd in an opinion g van- -ounty Auditor II. (}. Hen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

Wi WINN8 i,Y NKWSFRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1922. I t II J I I t lM AfV#r9M«MI' A « .fj >1 I « r I .f \t- Notice To Coal Consumers We hive plenty of LUMP and NUT COAL on hand, prices as follows: Lump $15.00 per ton Nut $12.50 per ton Cash On Delivesy To All These prices are high, but we have no power to con- trol them. It is possible that those who are equipptJ for burning wood can burn it cheaper than coal but, it ia doubtful. You can save $2.50 per ton by buying the Nut ooal, it is just as good coal as the lump, in fact, it ia mined from the same mine, the only differ- ence being in size and it has less slack in it than the lump. Our advice ia for you to put in your winters supply of coal now, as it is possible that our government will stop shipments of coal coming into a territory where a wood supply is obtainable, this was dne, you will remember, during the war. Light Winnsboro Ice & Company t i > i t > t «' * * >■ Delinquent Tax List List of lands and town lots assessed o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

WTNNSHORQ WEEKLY NBWf FRIDAY, OCT ~ r 27, 1922. IT COSTS YOU - NOTHING Whenever you want to open an account—make a tem- porary or permanent investment—provision for your family—consult about your estate—or any other mat- ter of a financial nature, we want you to feel entirely free to call at the First National Bank and talk it over with us. Our advice cost you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of money. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas , CLASS MATE? METHODIST MEKT School days do not last for-1 CL08BS. AT 8"KRMAN ever -and when they ac past' Sherman, Texas Oc* 2:? —memories are k.pt warm by rw # i ' Uc" Z3— the photograplva of friends and ? . most far rjachin* pals of the class room tnd cam- 8'ia,te UP" g the iiincrn. Pus- , ministry in thj li.rth Your chums should have a Conference, u.j, Episcopal Penality( portrait" of you Church, S. , h, for the la t andI you will prize theiri} in r.-j four years resulted this mcrning AnH tii i *. ... Iwh«n Bishop John...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

WINNSBOItO WKRRI.T NBW8 FRIDAY, OCT. 2T, 1922. m m i31', ■ {!;?■ . ■I i ! I 1 ■J ^ COUNTRY EDITOKS YOUR SENTINEL It really seems as if the only i JURY FOUND DIM GUILTY OF LIBEL Proclamation Sayr Neff "For- remaining bulwark of Ameri-! ,ves persaBaiu and Official'y." can liberty to protect the peo- le against the continuous on. Austin, Texas, Oct. 19—Gov- ernor Neff has forgiven Fisher slaught of the special pivtiege classes in the aountry press. , . . .. e which stands firm for the pre-1 Alsup and remitted his fine of sentation of truth and declines, $2,000, assessed against him for to sell its soul for a miserable subsidy. For the most part the great metropolitan journals ara prostituted until they dis„.ace a great profession. libel alleged to .have been com- mitted, ip the Covernor's first campaign. The Governor's proclamation, which contains a statement of \ The home town newspaper is jthe case, is as follows: essertually a mirror of the life: To a.1 to Whom These Pres- of its co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

f I • i A - WINWBBQRO WBEKLT NEW? FRIDAY, OCT. 17, 1922 About Our New - Crpp, Culture. i « V |8<7 a pl.*y by an American itith..r « urodurr<! in * New York thratre. It wj n tlic A,uin then, as long since, (or Americans ^selves to believe that that which repre- ttd purest culture must corae from over "before the curtain rose on this n-:w play, the ding actor stepped before the footlights ami poem-prolo;?* which scoffed at the idea at an American could write a drama, and ,n rebuked the sneer by emphatically declar. that an American can. The audience Tfted the patriotic plea and the play with jeers. ... Since that Hay many Americans have written nanv great plays. An American culture has pressed itself as well in the field of fiction, eiry and philosophy; in art, music and in lience. * Culture is just as much a crop as corn. It is lit refinement of the product of the cultivated tld. Crowing great crops, producing great „lk. we have refined our output into the best rakes of food an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 October 1922

!)€ I i i i I X 1 a li-M f I v I mm m _ WBflUMMMO WSKK1.Y W1W1* FRIDAY, OCT. H, IW. ■" ... . RUN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Opti< Goods. AH Work Guaranteed Fall And Winter Gardens LITTLE AOS Contr!? utorj To Found I'p Day Wi h the fine stason in the _____ ground and open wii.cher, there The followirt • ist of business ~7~7 , is not a garden in Winnsboro , ,e„ nn(i firms avi the ones F OK oalc—I have some ir<> ><i .that oujfht not to be green with v>h0 have assured the success cf rough lumber tor sale ut my mustard, turnips, oidons, cab- v.0,;n(* u~ Day, Thursday, Nov- barn. J. h. Gait. baffe, oollards, lettuce. Some of ornber 23rd. these will go through most any First Na ional Banic kind of a winter and all stand perkiiui Bros. a good chance of making food r,n(i p. Bunk before severe \ weather / comes, t. b. Turner & Son Then thej-e is not a farm any- c, Dodgen Co. where that ought not to have Tamer Merc. Co a f w lucres near the nou-e, and n t . Canna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 November 1922

*; 58c | 98c | J8c 98c I 98c 98c 98c 98c| 98c 98c tew IP- P: Oi //iyu> ttk to f XIV - NO. 8. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTy,"TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. a, 1922^ *1.25 PEK YKAK THE STANDARD CLUB ENTERTAINS rili Receive Election Returns by Radio turns f«om the general el- ness way received from the is-'ober 25th from three to five'main"newlonier "and""the'ctam d Tuesday night will be suing of thie Chamber ot Com- o'clock at Mrs. R. N. Robert-! sweeping yil, not' be such a tem 1 lie Standard Club entertain- I ed Wednesday afternoon, Oct- METHODIST CHURCH Of course we all understand thut "A new broom sweeps clean." But the broom will re- Cedby radio at toe J™'* Victro,a Parlors. The|portly thing if you will"tale of CoiniTlClCtJi Ml. 0 IVl. TU« - . . . quests vvcru lcccivod hv Mrs. rnru Af tbo IvtvtAM TV.n Winnsuoro Flower Show Thursday, November 16 The best b,, 16 from , t0 10 p. „ of Commerce. Mr. C, M. iUi cilt.uiation> The second'Td^ were reCoivc'd Mrs. care of the bioom av k.Lw!? his'ridio r...

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