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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

L * I «ll ( < r I .« /. i ' I I " A [ i STATE AID FOR WOOD COUNTY SCHOOLS SUFFERING? V ,, i_ ;• lUoit of the paht we suffer it unnecessary. Why continue to endure it—to ckcrificc your 'youth, beacty, and enjoyment 'to it? 1 The combination of simple harmless medicines found i« Dr. Mile*' Anti-Pain Pill* is especially effective in re- lieving pain without bad after-, [effects. For more than thirty-five years sufferers from headache, neuralgia, backache, tooth- ache, sciatica and pains from other causes have found re- lief by taking these pills. Why don't you try them? £SK YOUR DRUGGIST To Stop a Cough Quick take" HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a cough medicine which stops the cough by healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds aud Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve Austin, Texas, Nov. 1, 1922. Mr. J. U. Searcy, Co. Supt., Wood County. Dear Sir: The amount of rural allot- ment to your county ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

im 20,000 Mflet to Study Cattle. L v> * I fl J \ * m * j I ■ K '-Vilfc. *1 • '' B; «£* • ' 'feJffw pw^jTjrr— W\' J J. P. Cortes, son of a wealthy lurilian ranch owner, is workng £ i common farm hand on the Etdar Croft Herford Farm near laniai City to study I). S. ptire bred ■reeding and raising methods. He Sirs it and thinks his long trip kit worth all he is learning. [OMR CASE SETTLED fudge Cathey tells us that lease against G. W. Lipscomb *ed with aggravated assault Iconnection with the whipping j a little girl a few months , was settled Monday of this kk by Mr. Lipscomb paying little girl $1,000 and a'$25 eard all the court cost. The tin the case, so Judge G'ath- linfonns us, will amonut to pot 5)150.—Quitman Demo- Wles Cured in 6 to 14 Days S"'t,nd "'apoy It PAZO OINTM F. NT full i or Protradiurt ■258?.'1? rnlUsy*n ftrhlo* Pilffl, and you Krwtrul sleep after flnt application. Wo. NOTICE OF SALE Mrs. H. S. Bail et al, Plain- tiffs, vs, H. S. Gist, et al, De- fendants. No. 4910...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 November 1922

,T MKWfl FRIDAY, NOV. IT, lfM. 1 K *1 I Fine Repairing, Clocks and Opti< Goods. All Work Guaranteed. AUTOMcyuLE thhkt j a Young People's Evening Every yaur file makes scoren of families sud- denly homeless. And every year property owners bless the institution of fire insurance, without which o many men could never rebuild. Fire may visit you next Are you insured? For perfect pro- tection against financial loss caused by fire, c.ill on this agency of the Hartfod Fire Insurance Company. J. T. GIBSON & CO. INSURANCE M. * P. Bank Bldg. Winnsboro BOB KEELE DEAD Bob Keele died suddenly at Ladonia, supposedly from heart trouble. People at the place where he was rooming heard him breathing heavily ami on going into his room found him in a dying condition.. A phy- sician was immediately summon ed but Mr. Keele died before he an|vcki \ The body was brought to Winnsboro Wednes- day and buried in the Lee Cemetery yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. There are between twenty and thirty automo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

' I ".*1 f 'fUfffnA ^HHEPQ9l9RiH9PlvlM^ ^■nHRnnp vJp ■, flMKff* y> v: •{ iti( id. |Previ to I rcry 1 I *° Pr«r« ct we j[IV — no. it WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT Y, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1922. $1.25 PER YEA* Iri'ed at free one |e is thin ne kind if he can |re and th| to the offered HowevJ |ere to ether to P. or ucldel I cattle IbyCWM f!!.< I.I1VI | _ (!«</j, audi d. da ?I*M (ho Mc«l, \ TirrtlS iN'cimdii 1 theCMM>«| k o.wt lee Ciub Entertainment Win? is MUM : <.f an kftainwent to l>e.,'iv 11.1 ..auk ev :iiin|f "i,J lh *h L| jiuo.ajnuni fov the beno- ,0) ll?e Glee Club A ndu:s- uf.r of 10 ceim wi! H« rherg i pMCl-aU t'J l -i u:'t;d II. ,Vl, <r music lor tl e rlub, and part to g to the football ^riie en.ertainmunt will i> lenttd by pupil* of Miss jfU-<g ami Mrs. Bevl Boldii-g.- Son?, High School Glee Club. Reading, A' Christian Soldier. hyt Coals. Kimo .solo, Polacco Brillantc illy Lucy Andrews. Song, j'ies. Henrietta II gh- jwcr, Frances Petty, Ruth lam while. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

WINN8BORO WKKKLY N'KWS I'lJJ 1 !'< - ■ v- ' THURSDAY, NOV. 2S, IMS. ilH ' n tfl , I 1ft ■ i 't * , t POULTRY BREEDING PROBLEMS feeds several vnriet^eslfrf grain 1. lie mus!. at evtiy mtai oi ma>L ' u-rn for the morning feed mi*I corn have a clear ideaLy.* i.io cveiiiig i*'od. Jiff r j For about. as long as can be remembered, l<>rmers have b3t-n oi wniU iio wishes to accam- improving the r live stock again plish, and he must adhere pre- and again with the idea that sistently to one standard. "like produces like." They have 2. He must be well informed have mated for certain charnc- as to the history of the breed, teristica which they hope to see or of the Variu.y he handles, rjjain in the offspi.ng. In fact, ard t'f the vnriationa,both new if this were nrl true to a large an* old, which it is likely to extent, it would be impossible afford. to perpetuatu the different class 3. He must know the general es, broads and varieties of pcul- p;incivlos invciv-ed in the selec- tiy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

$298.00 F. O. b. DETROIT $375.97 F. O. b. WINN3BORO WINNgBQtO weekly news BRIEF HISTORY 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 AMUSUPROGRAM OPEN FULL WEEK .Monday and Tuesday, November 27 and 28 "BEYOND THE ROCKS'* Featuring Gloria Swansonand Rudolph \alentino Admission 10c and 30c Wednesday, November 29 "SOME CHICKEN" Featuring B«be Daniels Thursday, November 30 "THE HUNCH" Featuring Garriet Hughes Friday, December 1 "BACHLOR DADDY" Featuring Thomas Meighan Saturday, December 2 "SKY HIGH" Featuring Tom Mix First Show Starts 6:30 p. m. WZk P v THANKSGIVING Let me Clean and Press lat Suit and Overcoat for thanksgiving. KNOW HOW TO DO IT RIGHT MaxHitt Winmsbor is an incorporated tjwn of thrai thousand inhab- itants s.tuated in the extreme Northern corner of Wood county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

! w I m (j t j II f>\! K' | f r' \;f f I' ft* I ii ii i it DKSIKABLEI ■(HKISTMAS GIFT CARD OF THANKS '• A' -s~ Winnsboro Weekly News Homer It. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the aet of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. NOTICE OF SALE I wish to thank each and every one for their kindness in.niiini Young folks, here is a Christ Show Through the grief" and mas present for yUu if you will sorrow caused by the death of Put the ™tter squarely up to my beloved husband. Words P""* m th® riffht way. SUte of cannot express my appreciation [n fact- .^ey cant turn yo"!^ to all my friends. May God's J u 1 Under Mechanic's Lien for Re- pairs on Automobile in pos- sesion. Texas, County of richest blessings be with each one. Mrs. R. B. Keele. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. PIERSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311812 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

'• • > "U'ij Necessary Education M -" ft. |A Bank Hook is as necessary to the education of your Ithild a* ny *>oonkn it is nnow stundying. Have you Ifiven it one? The First National Bank welcomes the Iboys and (firls. May we see your boy and girl here? [First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas 7wir ri?~-fi', . ' "m Buy Your Drugs and Mrs. Eeal MacNeill , Dallas buying Christmas for the Itexall Stow. [liit is in store for you The Hocks. Amusu. vour Christmas gifts Christian ladies bazaar y, Decenil>er 12th. . ond the Rocks you will [happiness and prosperity M18U. ————— Mrs. T. G. Carlock returned to Sulphur Springs Monday af- ter a visit with relatives and friends. Christmas Millinery. New ef- fects in gold and silver lace, fur satin and ribbon, priced $5.00, $7.50, and $10.00. The Enterpr ise Dr. and Mrs. Louis MeKinney visited in Sulphur Springs this week. Toilet articles, Staticntiy, Paints, etc., where yen j,et fresh goods at right prk e? ir.d what you wa it when you want it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

, .-fcT M" Ha ■ V fit !,* ,Y NSWH THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1ML B.BfaSEsfc ■ Thedford's ■ BLACK-DRAUGHT and took it lor a headache, and the reliel was very quick, and it wu so lone before I had another headache. Now I just keep the Black-T don t let i condition." c-Draught, myself get in and that THE SCIENCE OF • ~ -ADVERTISING Thedford'a Black - Draught (purely vegetable) has been found to relieve constipation, and by stimulating the action of the liver, wheyt It is torpid, helps to drive many poisons out of your system. Biliousness, indigpstion, headache, and similar troubles are Oiien relieved in this way. it is the natural way. Be natural! Try Black-Draught, Sold everywhere. To Stop a Cough Quick take HAYES' HEALING. HONEY, a cough medkinu which stops the cough by healing the inflamed ond irritated tissues. A bo* of GROVE'S O-PEN-TKATE m Ml iWei Row procioufi will I., in the pnpef > ph. of,your child. ■ , far was worh Mit: TH%*1dtll SALVE for Chest {bids, Head ColdK and Croup is cih...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

im. ^ FREE IE EVERY WEEK At The 4 Given by the Following Progressive Merchants of Winnsboro REXALL DRUG STORE Successors to Denney Drug Co. W. C. DODGEN CO. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE BEXLEY & ACKER PERKINS BROS. CO. GIST & SONS TURNER MERC. CO. M. & P. STATE BANK WINNSBORO QUICK FILL T. B. TURNER & SON H. L. CANNADAY With each purchase of fifty cents or more the above listed Progressive Merchants of Winnsboro will give one Free Ticket to the Wednesday Matinees at the AMUSU Theatre commencing Wednesday, Nov. 29 for five consecutive weeks. Patronize Winnsboros Progressive Merchants and attend these Matinees Absolutely Free -..*'(1 A GOOD SPORT the over-pious look to them. He 'MY IMPRESSION | is —in fact he is a real good OF EUROPE' expression is not easi'y'sport and I wish that you and hut in a general way we j cou,d be more iike him. Sel- R }f w „ Atwe„ in it. ^ meaning explicit^ Kted. Dal|^s Denlocrat. It hag no necessary con . . There is as much difference BRANN ON MAN ji...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 November 1922

iw - Ww WINN8B0R0 WRXXLT NRW8 THURSDAY, WOT. 19, Ittl •MpMpi Ij ':tv :■ i ' ' ^ I ft 3%. i.: * «. ■ • '"I u t K •' .1 jfel I I I NOVEMBER SELUNG CAMPAIGN WILL END WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th Here is your 14 to 16c cotton that you will no see soon again. Do justice to jroaraelf and buy ull w nter needs and some Christrmw needs NOW Studp what it means to buy smooth extra xv do domestic at 10c yard. 30c heavy Canton for 10c. Nearly a yard wide quality ginghams at 20c yerd etc, etc. Tt is worth far more whole rile today. We have ten salespeople to wait on you. Extra Special! <•'10cYard lo-Weai Department has saved you and your ne ghbors hundreds of dollars. Every garment is at a saving of $2.50 to $10. Celobrjiting the close of our November Selling Campaign we are now selling wool dresses ,liat sold for $16.75 and $18.75 for $9.95. Other values oually as good at $12.50, $16.75 and the finest Can- tons and wool dressesworth 50 per cent more at $19.76 and if23.75. 50 now coat ruits on sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

I ?!<• • *SG XI\ — NO. 12. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT V, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1922. $1.25 PER YEAft TACKY PARTY fAL FLOWER SHOW ROUND UP DAY AT WINNSBORO PREMIUM WINNERS AT THIS BAPTIST CHURCH Chambw of Cmerce Item. til . "I nXr tz, TJI' "P d >' ta WlBMbaro INovember 10th under the i. . rP. ,,, , the Standard Club st n was a success, I?Gibson building. The especially as fto Che poultry danl Club organized a flow- show, in \#iich there were near- pwhi-rea number of years ly 450 birds entered, the ninj- r«nd ; onsors it every year, ority of whii'.h were of the fin- en of tl,t. financial depres-, est in Texas< R A Davig (>f the leceipts were not so Farmersville judged the poultry as lorrnely, and amounted exhibit. Mr. Davis is not a Hy stranger to the old time poultry I am glad to Ihj in this citv as ./.ne pastor oi >.iu tUc last Thursday are still more i.<i| tia,c church. 1 am going to pleasing and the nHvi.rHemcr Echoes from Round Up Day still more advertising serve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

i p WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, NOV. SO, lfll. / : REDUCED PRICES ON Unusual opportunities to save present themselves in the Ready-to-Wcar section of the PERKINS STORE during the next few days. Deep reductions have be jn made for a final Clearance of Silk and Wool Dress- es, Coats, Coatsuits, and other special items. We desire to reduce our Ready-to-Wear stock in shortest possible time. This has influenced us in making reductions that are unusual this early in the Reason. Every woman should inves'igate thcac value3 at once. Early shoppers will get ilu best choice. All gar- ments are of our regular stock. ESSES im * • COAT SUIT AND COATSI These Reductions Effective Now }'■ p.ili I ■ I ; * r *• . v ' Mf? ;; i I JF " * ~Jp1 I p v i ii j Lit p fef *ll ; j • m n K zz&w W Silk Dresses at $14.88 f At $14.88 a very choice lot oif dresses tn Canton Crepes, Romain, Georgette and Satin Crepe. Every dress is of this season's style many of them less than a month old. Our suggestion is to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

F. O. B. DETROIT F. O. B. WINNSBORO . « K, V' iT* WINN8D0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. NOV. 30 imi ^m an i i .. n ■ - ■ - ■ - -' — LITTLE ADS LOST—Steward's book mid oth- er papers around show g ounds on round up dRy. Finder pleass, return to C. H. McClure, route j S, Como. THE DESTx CHRISTMAS (MPT ... j* ——^ - Chris mas for the Boy! Chrhtmas for 1ha Girl! Christmnsfor the Father! Christnn« for the Mother! Christmas ior cue and all .rn_If,ni * ' hound up in the 52 weekly is- NOTICLPost vely nu bird hunt- st 3Jt of The You.h's Compan Hj* on my pre,.uses. W. *V . .1 the ian> iy ("re _____________ ide—no other reflect# so truly w . VI . i the homo spirit. Monday, November, 52 l8gue8 f<>r j923 ■*! STRAYED 20, one solid pup, six mon hs old. rod Irish Setter contain from eight to, a dozen hs old. LilHjral serial AM r' .u,. t*wo hun- "li,® hef ,HV ;nf <"•«! «h rt stories, beaid*. ket- information. Jack Ard.a, anlvoh*, epectol n,^ for aw boy. phur Springs, Texas. '•V '^liM dnfMk • v"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

H. Ba f %i i !«i!| I- i 1 T I ;vkl I I I 1|i H Sill , \ 0> LLY NEW8THUR8DAY, NOV. 30. JM2. \ ; ^ \ $20,000 of the Cleanest, Highest Grade Merchandise in East Texas ^ill be Offered to the Buying Public of this Trade Territory Beginning Saturday, December 2nd, 1922 We have bought the interest of I. J. Kendrick in the W. C. Dodgen Co. for a cash consideration and in order Vto meet this obligation and to reduce our stock we are going to offer every article in this store at a big ' disQount, consisting of Jr • yMHR Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats Caps, Shirts, Sweaters, Hosiery, Blankets and Staple Dry Goods All of the above mentioned goods are advancing every day andjjit will be to your interest to take advantage of the reduced prices that we offer you. We offer you a new and complete stock. Most of the people know the class of merchandise we handle. We stand back of every article we offer for sale. Satisfaction or your money back, is our motto. As...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

SPENT MONEY $1.00 in your bank account is worth to yon any $10.00 you have spent. Spent money, like past time, comes not back. The mon?y you keep in an interest account at the First National Bank is here for you at any time and while here earns interest. You may regret having spent your money—you will not regret having banked it. Isn't that so? First National Bank Winnsboro. Texas WINWBBOBQ W1EKLT NEWSTHWISPAY. NOV. M, 1 22. We «re makinfr piod pHcm'tHK CUIISE on all furniture. R. H. McCrary. " Walton Daniel of Dallas is in the city. W. O. Folmar and son, Harold are at home this week. Cjirey Wylie was in Denton last Sauiday and Sunday. Chas. Robinson spent Friday and 'Saturday in Dallas. Fred Steed and San ford New- man were in Mineola Sunday. Walter Worth in#ion <>f Mar- shall was in the ciiv li'St week. Wiaosboro Weekly News Parent's Hope Is In The Future Of Their Children [Entered as second-class mat- I, September 24, 1909, at the office at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of Marc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

iilJPBj fr*:^ Kf> ym •' v! '•? WINN8B0R0 THURSDAY. NOV. , 1W SAM MARTIN, JEWELER I Rf T Buy the best! Columbia Dry Batteries More Columbia Batteries are used in the United States than all other makes com- bined, because— Columbias have been manufactured on a large scale considerably longer than any other dry battery They have over 30 years of battery manufac' turing skill and improved equipment behind them Every improvement of any account has been developed in the Columbia laboratories The Columbia "Hot Shot" was the first suc- cess^ assembly of dry cells in one package And again Columbia has demonstrated its leadership through the development of the new Steel Case "Hot Shot" Battery Wherever a dry battery is needed, Columbia will always give the best service For sale right near you by TOM S. STBEI) CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE Look for the name Columbia Columbia Dry Batteries — th+y Utt iorger - . ■ ■!. S-A-V-E On Your Paper Hext Year BARGAIN DAYS From Now Until December 15th Star-Telegr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

r Th'department of Commerce be. 2,-0®°'000 intruetod, are as useless to in- >000,000 idle men . . „ -—-— —• If financiers could wi " P°rts that since Cd.umbus dis find some means of sending the creamery, is promoting the covered America about $18,,000, those coined loafers about their dairy business on very liberal ^00,000 worth of gold has ueen '>U8'neas if congress would terms. A farmer can buy a place in his territory by paying one-fourth down as his initial payment. Mr.,Lasater will then furnish him as many Jerseys * World 'thi"* C1"ted/uch « demand for Held In Th< World thu product that th«y could I V? a lar85e increased produc te Falfui rias Jerseys and tion. ery are of much interest Mr. Laaater, who is owner of tourist p opping iX Fal- * * Kalfurrim Jorseyg are (lly and internationally This sec.ion has gone _ in Jersey bleeding until "it has become one of the important centers of Jar- , in the world. Mr. Lasater i the largest pure bred ■ herd in the world. Or his (iO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 November 1922

• • 7 • ■ - WINNSDOBO WEEKLY NEWSTHUR^DAY, NOV. 99, 1922. b ir m< II H -w V:.4 T mmmmmmmmmm ... . The Enterprise - - T. B. Turner & Son Gift Suggestions VA at would be better as a practical gift for mother, sister, wife or daughter than a pretty coat suit, coat or dress? We are expecting to s«H dozens of exceptional gar- r> ?n*s for Christmas gifts at extremely low prices. Furs rro cr' inp to b? one of the popular gifts this season. We have $10.00 furs for $4.9F>, £nd £27.50 furs to sell for $16.7u. Handerchief* galore f>c to 50c. Some in riiristmas boxes. Hosiery: Hundreds of pairs of holidaj box es and open sfceck, 50c to $3.75 a pair. Budoir caps. Silk underwear. Leather purses $1.00 to $5.00. Solid Ivory. Dozen of pieces in special sets to select from, sold for 25 per cent less. Special sale of silverware. Spoons, knives and forks, sugar shells butter knives, berry spwns, etc. Silver trays that sold for $5.00 for $2.95. $5.00 Silver plated knives and forks $2.95 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 December 1922

J / / H 'id " I ifr i in v - itmsbora Wcckia Jfctos. I'ateat JoO. 16.65. TOL. XIV — NO. 13.. of Comerce Items WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT {, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 7,1922 lid-to- m- Ithem imm intereslinj meeting of altry association was held Cliarnlwr of Commerce j Saturday afternoon there p some thirty of the mem- ^present, Reports from leveral committes connected the recent show were re- and approved. Many fs of interest to the asso- were discussed. A res- was adopted instruct- fthe Secretary-Tresurer to t the Poultry News, a Jou- [niited in Dallas sent to ea WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION Mesdames J. D. Fowler, J. H. GrainfcUr, J. E. Gait, Ennis Green and G. Flournoy, were hostess to the Woman's Mis- sionary Union of the Baptist nurch, Monday afternoon at the beautiful home of Mrs. Fowler, 403 South Main street, Honbring Mrs. T. H. Binfiord, Mrs. Newman and Mrs. W. E. Beggs. MRS. WILL C. ANDERSON ENTERTAINS WILLIS CANNADAY DEAD pent* I (such Fhen 2.50 ... Mrs Newman led the Bible neniber of t...

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