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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 November 1922

—■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1922. III ^ i - * j r m w m f. n 15 Don't Be Penny Wise and Poise:*! IPoolitSa Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save on Bahe-Day, Use CALUMET Th. Economy BAKING POWDER —It costs only a frac- tion of a cent for each baking. . —You use less be- cause it contains more than the ordi- nary leavening strength. The sales of Cnlumct are over 150% greater than that of any other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER Severe Indigestion "I had very severe attacks of indigestion," writes Mr. M. H. Waae, a farmer, of R. F. D. i, Weir, Miss. "I would suffer for months at a time. Allldarcd eat was a little bread and butter... consequently I suffer- ed from weakness. I would try to eat, then the terrible suffer- ing in my stomach I 1 took medicines, but did not yet any better. The druggist recom- mended Thedford's BLACK-DRAUGHT f Q and I decided to try...

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

WINNSBORO WBKKLY NBWt FRIDAY. NOV. 8, 1922. f" I ^ 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. F. 0. B. Detroit Roadster, Plain $260.00 Roadster, Starter .... 339.00 Touring, Plain 298.00 Touring, Starter 368.00 Coupe 530.00 Truck 380.00 F. O. B. Winnsboro Roadster, Plain .... $345.81 Roadster, Starter 418.61 Touring Plain 395.97 Touring, Starter 419.77 Coupe - 617.55 Truck 454.44 Wilcoxson Motor Co. Authorized Ford and Fordnon Sale* and Scivice } Winnsboro, Texas THE SANGER? Society at Perry ville Friday Night, November 3rd. T i: t X t ? f J 1 1 Y V f f T <T> Program Welcome address: Dude By- rcn. Sc:ig: Freckles, by two girls. Salo: Ella May Bass. Story: Norman Bradley. Reading: Orv|le Bradley. Reading: Blanche Corbitt. Reading: Lauris Turner. Quartetts: by flair girls. Reading: Artis Bailey. Seng: Grace Dufley. Essay c.: Girl: Sum Rob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 November 1922

WINNSBOHO WRKKLY NBWt FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1922. i II < sb'Sir. I IM • I i t&?.\ 25 Years of Merchandising Supremacy Typical Perkins Values in the Big Dry Goods Section im texas amd oklahoma OIL CLOTH 29c Beat quality standard brund OH Cloth In fancy patterns at per yard only 29o DRESS GINGHAM 15c Choice new patterns Fall Dress Ginghams, very good quality, priced at per yard only 15o NEW OUTING ISc Choice patterns In rood quality heavyweight Outing, both dark and light colors, at per yard only 16c Other Outing at . .17*/a« and 19o BLEACH. DOMESTIC 12V2c Extra good quality 36-ln. bleach- ed Domestic, priced at per yard only 12*/s« Other better qualities at 16e-19« PERCALES 10c Hood quality choice patterns Bookfold Percales In big assort- ment patterns, priced per yard 10e IC-inch Percales in new patterns at 19o SOn CAMBRIC 19c Extra good quality soft Bleach- ed Cambric, finished ready for the needle. A very special value at par yard 19o SHIRTING CHEVIOT 17c Standard quality Hhlrtln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 November 1922

WINNSRORO WViniLT 8, 1922. MONEY The money you have buried in some out-of-the-way- place—it's a temptation to others—it's a menace to you. It's so easy to spend when you have it at hand. It's easy going and when it's started it's gone. Why not hank your money at The First National Bank? You can get it whenever you Want it, but you wont sp nd it when you do not want to do so. First National Bank Winnsboro. Texas Mis. U L. Lowraruoe of Did- The fireboys are very urate- j las arrived Saturday f«r a vfcit ful for a $16 donation madeby with her parents, Hfe*, istd Mrs. Bros., after the w< rk S. ir. Ii rooks.. ®olu> in saving their gin from . „ i•—truction last Saturday morn- We wish to thank ««r friend. -*' ^ b°yS nud' a quick run who contrjbuted to Uk* kucooss of our businau dmnrng the month of Octob-r. Wfc wai ap- preciate more of jmtr trade. A. A. Snow. Groceii'.ts .-atd Hard ware. >• Bring us your phut notor troubles we caj Westbrook & Gaixe t. >*raph fix it I See Bex...

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

fVTNNSBORO WKBKLT N*W8 FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1922. li I V rr: I ■ Delinquent Tax List List of lands and town lots assessed on the tax roll of Winnsboro, Wood County, Tex- as. For the year 1920, which are delinquent for taxes of 19- 20, returned by J. H. Hitt tax collector, under soction 10, de- linquent tax laws, Aot of 1897 and art., 135 revised ordinance of City of Winnsboro. 1920 Bailey, Bill, 1-4 a King sur., val $300.00 Tax $1.95, one poll tax $1.00: total tax $2.95. Bussell, Mrs. W. A. 1 a King sur val $1000.00. Tax $6.50. Crosby, E. H. lots 17 to 22 blk. 2, val $5000.00. Tax $32.50. Crosby, B. F. lots 9 to 12 blk. 9, val $6500.00. Tax $42.25. Crowell, IJerry. 1-8 a King sur., val. $300.00. Tax $2.35, one poll tax $1.00, total tax $3.35. Cunningham, Bertha, 1-8 a King sur., val. $100.00. Tax $.65. Deadman, Gus, 1-2 a King sur., val. $200.00. Tax $1.30, one poll tax $1.00, total tax ?2.30. Dallas Desicating Plant, 1 a King sur., val. $1500.00. Tax $9.75. Davis, Bill, 1-2 a King sur.....

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

^TNNBBQRO W1KKLT NlWf FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1922. m MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. oUf SC'OKES biulik mayfield enly and viciously attacks the ONE WAV TO (JET Catholic church mid Itoinun • * • — | Catha ics can be elected to an a important public office in this Some country. Gf2<t that fact in AN EDUCATION to lowing letter from a im8 Some time ago, writes sub- ' rk Catholic to the editor! nite Ift fat hiJ^ your scrilMi1, to the Youth's Compan- ^ Weekly, which X^Th'y a ^ wi'ih'.Svwr!!"" in 4** rinted in " recent issue <je}rree oatj,. Well what <>«<t i,' m ° iS W^y n reproduced of :L? i„ .t nf „ 7 wnu; easl in Maine, and who was —- ?f iy 18 u ',ny of your damned more generally informed in ii.p fcfs:??ltu* jrmi f journal. L requ ribers. It is of one of our pretty tough countries visited shows vim and vou have iu" 1 Tu" ' yoU4 ^°l admit, Youth's Companion," was her re \$19.8S th i ffarltij F'n In , *>pulv I Mrs couple of copies ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 November 1922

\f < ' -frl X- , I i p! I 3, 1922. ■' 1 ♦ ' 1 « «• ivr~r, 7 PUKI TURNER & SON'S NOVEMBER SELLING CAMPAIGN Saturday THIS IS A SELLING EVENT That we are patting all our efforts into and have planned for several months ahead. We are assisted by some of the largest Wholesale Houses in making this the BIGGEST BUSINESS of our history. As extraordinary specials are being sent in every day, we cannot give them all in this ad. In fact, we want our t Merchandise and Prices on Sale in November p 1 to Advertise Themselves We Will Have Special Feature Sales Each Day Look out for our HOUR SALES! This store has been filled with new WINTER MERCHANDISE, ardall practically based on 16c cotton. It would surprise you to know the effect the late TARIFF and 25c cotton has had upon the prices of Cotton Goods, Woolens and Imported Merchandise for December delivery. It is indeed greatly to your advantage to buy your wants fully NOW, and in some cases to take care of your Christmas needs in practical ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

ly let >y Id all Itton It is 'our lay ;A -0 IT [XJ ZJyt C i Not XIV — NO. 9. inn«boro lit cldjj jKetws. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOV. 10, 1922. 91JK PER YKAJi tdio Election Returns Service Highly Satisfactory e Kadio service on eleotion, done their part of the paving ig given here last luesday while others for reasons better capped anything in the known to themselves have not. of election returns ever \ W^th only part of the street received. By this we that they were more com- atwJ in a larger volume, nine o'clock we were in _ as to how many of the hern and ' Eastern States .. going and by ten thirty knew approximately May- J's majority in the senator- race from Texas. The ser- ws« given from the Cain office in the First Nat- Biuiik building. A ' large ahaembltd on the North of the bank building and lived the returns enthusias- lly. We have been compli- nted several, times on the ser given Tuesday night and the fact has been noted we did not take a collec- for the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

Is n r I£ I I ? I ii •IS ' t it I ' t I Pf ff , :i i. • 'i I EM ave Right Expect Greater Valw At Perkins' Store Many times the word VALUE is misinterpreted when applied to merchandise. Value is of times associated with the word bargain, and it is true that both terms are closely related but differ widely in applica- tion. A BARGAIN is that which represents a most unusual value and in most case* can be applied legitimately on merchandise of an inferior quality, and refers mostly to the lowness of price. VALUE is an everyday reference to that which possesses a quality of unquestionable character and made a value because of the reasonableness of price. Value giving at this store is not measured simply by price. The value of Perkins' merchan- dise is determined by the quality and the practicability of such mer- chandise—for instance, this store could offer you merchandise that in a way did not fill your practical needs at a price that made this merchandise a very wonderful bargain from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

.75 .75 ds THE UNIVERSAL CAR Prices Again Reduced s m 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 $260.00 Roadster, Starter 389.00 Touring, Plain 298.00 Touring, Starter 368.00 Coupe 580.00 Truck 380.00 F. 0. B. Winivboro Roadster, Plain $845.81 Roadster, Starter 418.61 Touring Plain $375.97 Touring, Starter 449.77 Coupe 617.55 Truck .... 454.44 Wilcoxson Motor Co. Authorized Ford and Fordton £■ nIce and Stivice Winnsboro, Texas 0 ❖ 1 I T s X J I V f T T T T 7 T t 7 I X x %<* f T 7 X T t T T I i ♦? 5mS WINNSBQttQ WEEKLY NEWSFEI.DAT, NOV. If, IHt. - .. ■■ THE NEW WORLD BEGUN A NEGLECTED BUT IM- "Millions now living will never' K>RTA'?! "Y-PRODUCT wuh'*??,•" r,;ork t; a regenerated race; on a res- factory? !)o y°u ho,d ,my tuck tared ear h; with a correct cli- 'n 1 lll-v induitii ] *ci .poration? inate und life-perpetuating food; If so, we shoif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

I .T N1W8FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1922. —— HM/Wtm* WINNSBORO 3 OF COMMERCE GAZETT VOLUME I. WINNSBORO. WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 1922. NUMBEH | it I; I I I I 1 I '• 9$ ,w mmMMwmmm i i i t * i i i i wMimm OMjAl MTftVMWVt1 Come to Winnsboro, Thursday, November 23 IT IS ROUND UP DAY ON POULTRY, LIVESTOCK AND AGRICULTURE|FI EVERYONE THAT COMES TO WINNSBORO ON THAT DAY WILL HAVE A CHANCE AT SOME OF THE MANY CASH PREMIUMS Five Dollars is offered to the Largest Family that comes to town that day in a wagon and unloads in front of the Gibson building where the Poultry Show is to be held. Ten Dollars to be given to the owner of the Best Decorated Automobile. Three Ten Dollar Bills Given Away Wilcoxson Motor Co. will sell at auction three or more Fords at 3 p.m. Here is your chance to get a Ford at your own price. Premium List and Rules Governing Poultry, Live Stock and Agriculture Rules and Premium Lists Governing Poultry Show No. 1. The rules of the Amer- ican Poultry Association Show will apply...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

WlWWgBOBQ WE1KI.T NEWSiTUPAr. MOV. I ; tm you NEED THE SERVICE We welcome to th'is bank all who have fin- ancial mat erg they desire to discuss with us and place our advice at their command. We irive you good service courteous trwtf- * ment and sympathetic attention to your tanking needs. You need the service of a Bank. Why not seek the Bank that espec- ially meets your needs? May we see you here? I First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas CORN WANTED Will pay cash for good ear corn. J. W. Johnson, blacksmith for sale or trade i /will pay yo° c118*1 f°r | There will not be any Armis- oid furniture, oK stoves tice Day program in Winnsboro I Westbrook & Garrett. this year, and consequently all stores will be open for business. R L. Lowrance return We understand a number of Dallas Sunday after a citizens will go to Mineola t's visit with her parents,: to witness the activities there. and Mrs. S. H. Brooks. ; — Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Jones of abator and cream separa- Ci8C0 iire visitingMrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

"W 1,' - I List -w It iff i < fti i Bill I ■ I I tw I Nj I if |u r I. i. fi? y ,JWJ ■* DcHnqueirt Tax List of lands and town lota assessed op the , ta^ . pV Winnsboro, Wood Cotnrty, Tex- as. For the year 1920, which are delinquent for taxes of 19- 20, returned by J. H. Hitt tax j',, • collector, under section 10, de- ..Unquent tax laws, Aot of 1897 " art,, 135 revised ordinance City of Winnaboro. 1920 Bailey, Bill, 1-4 a King sur., '• val $800.00 Tax $1.95, one poll tax $1.00: total tax $2.96. Bussell. Mrs. W. A. 1 a King . tur val $1000.00. Tax $6.50. Crosby, E. H. lots 17 to 22 blk. 2, val $5000.00. Tax $32.60. Crosby, B. "F. lota ,9 to 12 blk. 9. val $6500.00. Tax $42.26. Crowell, IJerry, 1-8 a King sur., val. $800.00. Tax $2.35, one poll tax $1.00, total tax $3,85. Cunningham, Bertha, 1-8 a King sur., val. $100.00. Tax $.65. Deadman. Gus, 1-2 a King sur., val. $200.00. Tax $1.80, one poll tax $1.00, total tax $2.30. Dallas Desicating Plant, 1 a King sur., val. $1500.00. Tax $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

AT. NOT. It, ifH. WINNSBORO psboro Weekly News Homer K. Weir, Editor A YEAIt IN ADVANCE ■Altered us second-clasn mat- Pseptember 24, 1909, at the toffict* at WinnabofD, Texns, ^ the act of March 3, 1879. Eyertising rates made knowi. [application. JjjsIirD EVERY FRIDAY W. M. PIERSON jjrney and Counselor at La\v Suites 311-312 and 313 , Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas. rial attention to business f non-residents. I Qalnlne That Doc* Not Alfect The Head me d in lutite and laxative rffoct, LAXA- [BROMO glUMINE (TiihlcU) can |« taken i« wlib'Uf riuulcit utrveuam da or rlntfini t.W.crrOVE'S ililnaturo on box. Ma He are prepared to build you I kind of Radio set from the tpest to the most expensive us before you buy. West- iok & Garrett. [oodpiusVitaiiiiiies lb efficient food. If there is llack of normal vitamine ■content the food is like a Jwire without electricity; it ■lacks the pov/er to function. tuffs Emulsion Jenhances the value o/ the ■daily diet, because it adds Ithe prec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 November 1922

ftow, •*-/ u* J." I > W1NN8BORO i ■ r , |Jh i b I MI;', ' A 111 . M ,'tk I I ■ ; I V si V T t i i t t i « i • v i i t t r « i • I7T i ||$j. " KBWSFRIDAY, NOV. It, lift. " i n « • nri t'H rww ' •< ' SECOND WEEK OF T. B. Turner & Son's November Selling Campaign 4t)c best oil cloth 29c 36" smoother brawn domestic 10c 85c 2 x 4 ft. towels 19c 75c wool mixed ladies dress hose, extra special 25c 54" navy wool fannel $1.39 yd 35c satin bed ticking 19c yd $4.00 all leather shoes $2,89 $5.00 dress shoes for men and ladies $3.89 75c silk hose 49c $2.00 satin stripe silk hose $1.25 75c ladies vests 49c $6.75 ladies trimmed hats $3.95 $20.00 ladies coats $12.50 $29.50 ladies hats $23.75 $18.00 suits $13.75 A ' special in ladies suits for i$ 10.00 35c wool embroidery thread 25c Linen napkins, extra special 10c 75c ladies silk lisle hose 39c Silk pongee 98c We Have Added New Specials New Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Coats. A stock of Silk Hosiery on Sale. Our $10.00 dress fale sold number...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

n 4 m** V <\J>) Wnttsburo IMecktu -Sfutosi. „ xiv no. 10. wiMvutmnn tuAAn ,£lT,!^rs:r='== 11 ""1""" 1 • ■1 • ■ WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1922. (uple Married at Chamber of Commerce Saturday 11.25 per YKAR STANDARD CLUB be rooms of the Chamber 12 to 1:15. Lunch and view- nuieja have been ustd tor ing the different departments. g and sundry matters but | 1:15. Poultry address. before in the history of ["organization until last Sat- The Standard Club of Winns- boro held an open meeting HARMONY CLUB Interest in the Harmony Club , . *. grows each week as the dif- on the lawn of the Carnegie ierent compose,. t and their Library on the afternoon of works are studied. At no time was a marriage ceremony "performed in them. The ctintf parties were Mr. Meyer iand Miss Alta .veil. Rev. W. B. Martin mony tied the knot that the "two hearts beat as The groom holds a luc- |ve position with a Tyler con Tuesday, November 8lh. Tree plant.ng. was the occasion of the meeting. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

WT*N« A n ir*f,T VHH FRIDAY. NOV. 17. im. '♦I M a ill I I II r . - ; jii ; H m . i* -' Mi. i Wiambwt Weekly New* R. Weir. Editor x. foroement of the rendition laws. The bulletin, in add.tion to ' ae> t.ng iorth why the titi*t-n«hl>.>' should bj interested in this vi- AP AW JWIWH 8k.Mb IT Some men think there are too many women's clubs, we ^^^1^ . ■ t i • • * M JJ VIM> /V) S1.2& A YEAH IN ADVANCE h* 'St 'Wr.k th.re are not enough. ————— gySj€ma employed by ' litre wji a ;ime when wo- Entered as second-class mat- as Advertising rates made knowi. Jlon which N*3 been Rained in Iiut happily that day has p<iss- on auDlication. commonwealths where nt, ed ilu0 histcry — is used to provide revenue foi Woman, by her own efforts, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ™bVy° Mchools' has emancipated herself. "She Eighteen s.ateu, t 13 po.nted W. M. PIERSON Attorney and Counselor at I^aw Suites 311-312 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas Tcxfts# Special attention to business ^'Two-t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

W2 'W * A WIWWOBO wimt NKWE FBPAT. NOV. IT. 1W. [foiiM ^ T" U th«| to mia. fe£S Tntiinnt, ?r i)ce o| |H owned ("•horn? f* under . 1'*w« holed IV "R is |rr* h« ( |fniurit M Kht to I lower. If Am*. I'armed, ■w more l' « our }."*« *« ^"h (he P'P th« fan. *5 sorriN 18'n? a When . | of (be 1 atari |t built je with I* lof the pleads banife -wise >er I i F. O. B. DETROIT F. O. B. WINNSBORO Never before has there been produced, at so low a price, a car so service- able, so trustworthy and so economical of mainte- nance as the Ford Touring Car. Millions of owners say so. Buy your Ford today. Terms if desired. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro, Texas Band*? School Derelict* There are in the United 8 a- tes twenty-five million boys I and girls who ought to be in 'Sunday Schools, 'but v.ho aro not. The Sunday School is cii9 of the greatest agencies in Amer- ica for the education—the moral education of the youth of th's land. Through that moral educa- tion they can be fiUed for cit- izenship, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

Iff - ' I I; I Rivals Helen Keller SSKffZ. WHAT WILL WE DO WITH OUR PEACH AND PLUM ORCHARDS FR A?, NOT. t7, IKS. It is a well known fact that dition gets worse each year, following a year of failure to Proper spraying will tend to the peach crop many fruit grow- ers are inclined 10 let theu- or- chards take care of (themselves —trusting to providence, Willettif Muggins, 17 year* old, •f Wisconsin, although blind and deaf, can tell colors by smell and hear by touch. Her remarkable ability was discovered while sew- ing. when she told colors of ma- terials by smelling them. She lis- tens to concerts bv touching her fingers to an audiphone. FOR MOTHER'S CHRISTMAS Your mother can buy any- thing you can buy her except your photograph. A portrait of her son or dau- ghter with the baby, a family groupe, or the likeness of an old friend will please mother around Christmas time. Boggs' Studio. NOTICE TO HUNTERS We will prosecute any one hunting on the following' (farms. J. A. Bradley, W. J. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

■ -f l" T. NOV. IT, 19XSL VT , A Business Bank For Business Men ■p 1 The spirit of the First National Rank is one of give M well as take. We recognize we owe to Business Men a duty to give them ail the financial assistance in our power. If you are a business man our willingness to help you is only limited by your own Willii^rness to how us you are worthy of help. An account here will cement a business friendship we are earnestly solicitious to form with you. Mny we have your aeconutT First National Bank THE HOME SPIRIT THE OF XMAS TIME IN t xwxs time Winnsboro. Texas fe IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT ixt to seeing you in peraon Istmas Day, nothing will > your relatives and friends than your photograph, j a dozen takes care of gifts. Boggs' Studio. ft will pay cash for er Mercantile Co. eggs. There Beems to be a little mis- understanding about the notice Marshal Williams had in last week's News anent the prddl- ing ordinance. The article plainly reads that farmers and growers of truck, meat...

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