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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 December 1922

EI I! WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, DEC. 7, IWS. s.«* ■% 4 \ ■ - ■ ■ — V « ^ i n:j3/mmnEij v ... yj-SyiuSL* MWi DRESS UP IN A NEW L & S. BING SUIT FOR CHRISTMAS Best quality, snappy styles, ard cheaper than for a long time. Buy one of these new suits and you will be dressed up right and satisfied with the selection. We guar- tee satisfaction. All-wool suits cheaper. Try one and be convinced. I. & S. Bing Suits for Men $27.95 I. & S. Bing Suits for Men and Young Men, in pin stripe, solid colors, brown and mixtures, strictly high-grade tailoring in all these suits Price reduced to . $25.00 I. & S. Bing Juniors' Suits, $11.95 to $16.00, have on saie with a big reduction for $5.95 to $9.95 All in Boys' at this price. See these suits before you buy.. Men's Blue Serge Suits $32.50 Stylish French Serge and Storm Serge, new- est thing out this season, sold everywhere from $30.00 to $35.00; for $18.75 Men's Suits, well tailored and worth more $27.50 Men's Suit in brown mixt...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 December 1922

WTNNSBORO WEEKI.Y NEWS THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1922. —MS $298.00 F. O. B. DETROIT $375.97 F. O. B. WINNSBORO > The Wonderful & I Tree f Christopher G. Hezard lill. Wtiura Nvwipapvr Union.) HOW MY NEIGHBOR LOST $2.25 .About sundown one day not Jim ago a farmer who lives •ot far away paas d Hilltop g<y- ng home, He had fteen to to- il Helling Home oi his crop and S'«e haj py ov r the $226 in THOUSAND PERSONS ARE HOMELESS Jl' . VOOD In the corner of n rather W Llu. ,z-zh In r,,„/qk 2 berries. wis,,! Of tissue pn^r and ! JP°81t n the lamily chest. tinsel ornaments were out upon the i 'el(>,e ,le had gone five miles branches. and sr.u.it candle* stood **ther, robbers, who probaly +T, ready to illuminate the occasion. There tnew his habits, held him up throught twenty blocks were many Invisible thing* upon the ind took his last C2llt I?- J? C'« yesU'raay and de- tree, too. The Imaginations of the When will our folks Wr !fled the cfforts of the fire flff- ■« Leon as busy as their I ...

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

PT WINNBBOHO WBSKLY NEWS THURSDAY, DEC. T, lML Pi i ■ JtlK I ill JSS *. I I I ■ ft I I ♦ B if 4 llr ? Chrislmas Violels Bv fHom QruAom bomtr 1/ Cecil B. I.V-* A ■: ■" c's T£iO UCTlUti *Satund.au - "jV-r'U.' * «- JESSE L. LASKY Presentn CECIL B. DeMILLE'S PRODUCTION 'Saturday Night' A PARAMOUNT PICTURE A Story that, starts where ot- hers leave off—where the poor girl marries her rich ideal where the heiress, tired of so- cietys whims, weds a plate* And when their dreams have come true at the altar—what of the years to follow? A picture that takes the old adage. "Like to like." and wea- ves t 11 to a gorgeous tapestry of lfe—New York life! with its pleasure, its pain, its thousand alluring varieties 1 Played By a brillian cast including Leatrice Joy, Conrad Nagle Edith Roberts, Jack Mower and Theodore Roberta Story by Jeanie MacPherson musu Monday & Tuesday December 11-12 .. PLAY AT CARTWRIGHT A play entitled "The Country Squire" will be given at Cart- wright Saturday, to which al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 December 1922

WINNSBORCVWEEKLY NBW8 THURSDAY, DFC. f, 1*22. - 3 g B I Mi i ■ ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY We are announcing the forthcoming of a real honest-to-goodness bona-fide SALE OF HIGH-CLASS GENERAL MERCHANDISE w rj > "a-:f .c mmm! a mra,r. I'W iB is a ■jH I \ ■ I • I I 11^! b Will be thrown on the market at practically wholesale cost to the consumer. Nothing reserved; everything goes--every article from the small shoe lace to a real automobile will be marked at irresistible prices. Stock consists of Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear, Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Complete Line of Groceries, Hardware, Buggies, Wsgons, Automobiles, Furniture In fact, anything to be had in a first-class Department Store. This firm is known far and near as always doing what they say. WE NEED THE MONEY AND MUST H WE IT and the prices we are making will get it. DON'T FORGET THE DATE-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 9:00 A. M. The Big Circular is Coming Filled With S.-aashing Prices—Don't Fail to Get One I By B. F. CAMPBELL...

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

11 I '4 '<1 WINN8BORO WWLY NEWS THUB8DAY, iDBC. T, lfg. RENEWED TESTIMONY No one in Winnsboro who suf fern backache, headache, or dis- tressing; urinary ills can afford to ignore this Winnsboro man's twice-tidd story. It is /con- firmed testimony that no Winn- sboro resident can doubt. R. L. Taylor, grocer, Sulphur Springs St., gays: "I suffered from disordered kidneys and there was an ache in the small of my back. Some night I get very little sleep. The chief trouble was the too 'frequent passage of the kidney secre- tions and they were highly col- ored. I had dizzy spells and everything seemed in a whirl. I read of Doan'g Kidney Pills in the paper and used two box- eg, getting them at Fowler's Drug Store. They greatly re- lieved me." Statement given April 29, 1915. On June 16, 1919, Mr. Tay- lor'added: "The cure Doan'g Kidney Pillg made lor me has been a lusting one. I have had no need to use them for some time." 60c, at all dealers. Foster- Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ...

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

3P1 J WWWSKHO WggKLY NEWS THUMPAT. DBC. 1, lMt A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR I —tho most appreciable gift for ladies More and note are our Isdy-Mb finding we (or • fountain pen. In marketing- at card partM— whcscslbng. locial cona pondenr« •nd in fart, many tira-n a day a Chatelaine tip CONKIJN will terra better to jol down theae important dutie*. Even in buaineti the stenographer the bookkeeper—the eaahier or clerk find* the CONKUN an ahU worker. Why aot make your lady-folk a Conk un Xma gift. ConJdhb r FILLER ^QiMtamWen CHRISTMAS GIFTS tsar ' ^',7 ' ii i' Ji, ■*? V 'X !' Ml VA'.* ,Jr. J jf '■ -V-.vii' d? I Buy Early and Get the Choicest Selections My line of Holiday Goods is now both large and complete, and you are invited to call and inspect same. I Besides the few articles illustrated above, you will find many new things in Jewelry, Cut Glass, Ivory, Silverware, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Kodaks, Candy, Etc. E,j./thing carried at this store is of the Highest Quility and priced right. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 December 1922

sp* IJ.'l HEP? a li i I I ' I I & !■/ I 11 fi [IS I* a ft i E § WINWSKCHIO WEEKLY W*WS THURSDAY, (DSC. 7, im $2500 Worth Army Goods Will Be Sold At Public Auction WE HAVE RECENTLY PURCHASED 31.000 SETS OF NEW AND USED ARMY HARNESS WITH AND WITHOUT BREECHING. Other Government Goods we Wave tj sell consist of: Slock Saddles, iudinv iiiitiles, L.ariats, Cuvairy l>i id- les, Extra Team Bi idles. Wh:ps, Collars, Extra Lines, llaltets. Halter Leads, Ra;n Coats. Slicke.s, 4 I. lk ts, Mhoes, Shirts, Brc :ches, £ -cks. In fact every.h ng man o« horse ocn wear.. Just a word ab ut Blankets. We have 25,000 OD. Government Blankets and we can furnish you the best blanket vou ever l.ad a chance to buy for the nt.mey. Just the thing for lap roi>e, camping pprti?s, rots on sleeping porches, in fact, there are a thousand va.*s to use this bknket, and the handist thing a man ^ever c-wnsd who owns an automobile. WE WILL SELL AT 1:30 P. 7.1. Friday, December 15 WINNSBORO, TEXAS If you ai 8 in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

Htajt j*. ■ ■* ju XIV — NO. 14. A GOOD MAN GONE WINNSBORO, WO 3D COUNTY |The subject of this fketch, His I'trkini; Cannaday, was July 23, I 890, i nd Uied on ember 1, i.022. He jo'ncd baptist c.uuch at an early RECREATION CLUB GIVE TEN_ DOLLARS TO UNITED CHARITIES T;.XA3, TttUPHDAY, DEC. 14, 1922. $1.23 PER YEA* SUDDEN DEATH The United Charities Com- . itee lias been asked it lacy v, . ,. f .... . .. empty stocking work. \tna and kept the luuh to the ummiitee is sorry to s. y „uat of his d :^h. it was ou.,« -or luck of funds they are do know Willis Caamaday to ,^1's Ple sure. tjw his life was an exemplary , ls on'y through the closest r . , ... acfonomy cnat the work Ci.ii t-e i). lmly it cr.n be said he Wi.s parried on wjth the lun(j3 avaj,_ ^yod mua, alv.ay j rta_ y i > able. No money is ever spent ivw the mantle ot chai ty for clo.hing where it is possible •ir the iJ'Ults of othcis and to secure second hand garments |r.d them a helping hand. i. Medicine and wcud a.ways call ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

J 'ft:' iv • lr > P* . Tj S, THURSDAY, DEC 11, 1t22. If-' Pulling Off the Greatest Bonafide Sale in the History of the Country ■ j>' . * " '•'Jr'. •« ; . ■foMjjy • ^ Price on Every Article in the Building Reduced 11 i [11 Nothing Reserved—Opportunity of Your Life $100 Reward for Any Representation We Fail to Make Good JL COME TO SEE US I 111 I \ i it I 1 i DECEMBER 14th to DECEMBER 24th, 1922 By B. F. CAMPBELL, Owner ' x ±* • Winnsboro, Texas ■L&JLING PACKAGES FOB ICHR1STMAS Man Christmas packages ear- ■Xifc., Attractive little gummed SMksftn requesting that the pack- - st0PPi- bo not 'opened until Christ- ■>wuu* ran be pasted near the ad- Wrap packages securely, iftjnristmas cards will carry the ii—i ii ii.h)i II of g(^->d will where vjpneBWinta are not sent. GAY BLADES MAKE MERRY WHILE TULSA AUTHORITIES GROWL "TT-. WOOD COUNTY MAFwfa IN SANTO DOMINGO 1 Washington Dc. 4— Amo ng the U. S. Marines who were recently assigned to duty in the West Indies is Willie G. Brig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

mm I - I WEEKLY NEWS mUWOTAY j|W«WAW A'' *,<v '' vmp r> 1 ft i BEGMS FR1V Every Item in this jr C ,o a e C ST. I 4 &i*i. MBER Sale Price Representing +% CI Will Be Placed on BonaHde Reduction From at a the Regular Selling Price ¥ c o m'p'a'iM V. Winnsboro, Texas uun*Mnm.mmmmwm m M V7? i\i A'i fjiifiiffSlliV SPENT MONEY $1.00 in your bank account is worth to you any $10.00 •u iiavc spent. Spent money, like past time, comes not back. The money 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 THE BEST OPPORTUNITY dut to ouself is *.o mak: the dc- FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TODAY cision now. Your l>est interest dictate a decisl -n favoring en- What's the matter, yciurj' man, young woman / Why are you letting opportunity slip thru your if infers? What are your plans for the New Year? Don't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

WHWWBOM IIMJELT WWW ntUMOTAT JWC.u, im. I F. O. B. DETROIT F. O. B. WINNSBORO I&..V 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. Winrtsboro, Texas V The I Lighted Candle | < <0. By Christopher G. Haaard Dl!. IVall.r. k .. _ . cP* : -wWfii ■ •) Jt- ~o. *■ . gm m AMUSUPROGRAM OPEN FULL WEEK Monday and Tuesday, December 18 and 19. "MORAN OF LADY LETTY" Featurng Dorothy Dalton and Rodolph Valentino Wednesday, December 20 "HEARTS SPECIALIST" Featuring Mary Milt's Minter Thursday, December 21st "THEY LIKE THEM ROUGH" Friday, December 22 "ORDEAL" Featuring Agnes Ay res.—Two reel A1 St John Comedy Saturday, Decev->r 23 ji^i "UP AND GOING* Featuring Tom Mix % First Show Starts 6:30 p. m. Clean Up for Christmas Let me Press and Clean those Suits and Overcoat so you can be neatly dressed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

f- a*- i P p 8 THURSDAY, DEC. 14, ltW. 1 if Ml I r K ?, I ' 1, I i l lit l|** ( i NOTICE OF SALE Ukicr Mechanic's Lien for Re- palm on Automobile in pas- State of Texas, County of Wood. One automobile will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at my place of business in the city of Wiiuis- boro. Wood County, Texas, on the third Saturday in December 1922, the same being the 16ih day of said month, the same having l>een left in my posses- sion for repairs and the poss- ession of which I have retained for the purpose of securing the payment of the amount due thereon for said rep stirs, to-wit: One Dodge automobile, second hand, Engine No. 114101, Serial No. 63377, 1916 Model, left with me for repairs by Ben Cox, on the 19th day of September, 1922, l>eing more than 60 days prior hereto, the present resi- dence of the said Ben Cox being now unknown to me, for the payment of a certain sum of money due by him to me for said repairs the same being now past due and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

— Ur i • r. i' «'. * i i ( i , I < ' • • « ■'.< .• < [! ***■■ "• • .*^V IM '* " ' -i^w. • ."*■*■ ;!■' yf I • m mwwmj w i:-a V if*' .r^-Ti™ 4 OLD SANTA KNEW - - I - * ' •When Santa Claus gave her jewelry for Christmas, he surely must have known just what she wanted. For what woman is there who does not long for the sheen of gold and silver or the matchless luster of pearls. For a gift that will surely please her you have a varied assortment to select from in Jewelry, Cut Glass, Ivory, Silverware, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Kodaks, Candy, etc. -Everything carried in this Store is of dependable quality and priced within the reach of all. It will be a pleas- ure to show you our stock whether you buy or not. Drugs I. J. KENDRICK Winnsboro, Texas Jewelry YjBYM 1 WARNINGTO HUNTERS We positively will not allow any runting on our land. Take warning, W. R. Darby, J. W. Goldsmith, W. G. Bland, W. A. Nichols. 14. No hunting allowed on any of our premises. Trespassers will be prosecute...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

WTWNWBQBO WBWLYW1W9 THUKftPAY, DBC. U. int. H CLOTHING For Men and Boys Km I King of the Hfll $ ■y Christopher G. Hasanl 1 Ttm Flute Player ! By Christopher G Hazard MEN'S SUITS ANI) OVERCOATS In worsteds, serges, cheviots and tweeds ail tailored in the famous Curlee shops, now priced at— $13.50 $14.75 $23.50 BOYS' SUITS ANI) OVERCOATS In virtually the same materials nsed in ij; tl s cioihes and made by Sonneborne. At the exceptional low prices— $5.95 $6.95 $8.65 i f jQDfrOQQ'r ;nQs\ V • A' 1 •Tv I * fi: ( i <> I*'1 1 &*/ \ .a- /' IIL. I- gift —-L K k£V • .u >i m % Practical gifts in every family always include sh'oes or slippers—and never were we better equipped to serve the people of Winnsboro and Wood County. Distinctive new lasts fur men, women and children are included in new shipments. Foot comfort will mean happier Christmas. You will find it here. Women's Tan Oxfords — — *2.95, $3.45, $3.9 > Men's Kid'Skin Shoes, black or tan $3.95, $4.45, $4.9 > Children'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 December 1922

N. B. The above was adopted unanimously by Mm Conference ol i i re an « L yire i, he«u n I i ll is I I I M.' Rvery pastor to pray for war)' other pastor in the dls- fCorir.iercc, Texas, W v. 27, 28, at least mice a week, not lWl" the superunnua'.ee. ,J n m*"*- *• *• -2. Quarterly meetings cf the '£*}.. Jji* soon alter the mce'.lng mmfftfrw iiishop and Pri iidiutf Ll- •Imi, laymen also br?ii p imi.ed •*ii n though, best. iL .FaiJuul c nyiiig out of t&** sptc.i'.l pi* tf.'ams tOA b-j tk re us, including Christian cdu- Pay-uj-Week, tiie Ciold- «* Cross loll call from 'i hanks- •fjving to Christmas, the Christ- mju\* Orphan, (gc oiiennga in mevtry church and the Ctnten- -ttry Cleanup period, beginning Jfcnn. 14, and running thir.y ■4 An every-member canvass ■■vt every Church in the district •before the District Conference! tmi secure our Conference Ccl-! iciirns, either in cash or cub- -srnptions, or both. 5. A Sunday school in ev?ry «£iunrh, and at leaat one teach- er Training clas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 December 1922

WVW vol. XIV-NO. ir,. (U; • ri- Ist- ONES pIFTsI ^AR. tand| ItiAR. i [19.75 P13.75 16.75 Sp<s |0,$3 f, L. U. Day Shady Grove [Shady Grova, Dec. 16.—The ,,i iii or Union fc>peal> n«r pit-Ill- lie'd .id; y. iia.: b we l'i-K-si thi .g f its kind held An this community. B previou ly uiui ills i . v L|nj w«:s called to oruer I v 1 fosid'nt Ke th. The first Kakor was W. J. Bailey who . - l.-on-e address and h- ... |.) : i-• >1 • ' v r ot'the day, J. L o Tar;.ley < f aid sist.nt national lec- Uvr «f tit Farm Labor Union. Tarpley spoke nntil 12:o0, ,i i* v na announced, y |i aud > nce spell bound ;;tan f nisli. 1dinner waM there. SLew a m ' , the supervision of iubgr, /waa fine and jhe.-; wju m .re than enough for ke crowd. After dinner was over, the {. c w; again called to or- Jp and Mr. TarpU-y concluded L s] i'li. Tn th<? afternoon he boko ibout on hbur and a half Kh his hearers listened with same interest as they did Bring the morning's speech. Iter Mr. Tiu pley had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 December 1922

A NEWS THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1922. jm |f* i-™ NOTICE •W have a few card of domi- no tables left. Makos an ideal Christmas present. Cet y >jra before they are all gone. lVices an reasonable. Westbrook & Garrett. Ernest Laminack is home from S. M. U. for the holidays. Christmas fiu'ts. nuts, can- dies, ex., at L. L. Doagen's. T. M. Holman of DsJlas was in ths city Monday. Try a sack of Big C flour and be happy. Sold by A. A. Snow. p I Wtt<>, «Hi I time, uc i PREVENTION thjD ear*. Tu'.t's Fill* taken But Mly a remwly fjr bat prercat SICK HCADACHK *■4 lu b«i I ken In I limit I Tutt's Pills Mrs. A. L. Wilfoug and little son, Gregg, and Mis. Palmer Hamack and little daughter, Vivion Ithone, spent Monday in Sulphur Springs, the guest of Mrs. A. B. Ewing. Dr. Louis McKinney was in Sulphur Springs Sunday. No Worm5 In a Healthy Child Alt lUildrvu troubled - ltli Worms haw an un- it 'ilthy <o)or, wtikh latlkutei pwn l>loud, arid aaa i .iI*-, ;tirr« is more or loaa utornacli olM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 December 1922

' * ur Complete. Store Is Offered You at Sale Prices ol " fiofli JV* are afcaohi^jy cleaning up everything in every I deb; 1' * " f)ui sl(,r(> wl11 be crowded at any time this week, but have patience, we have plenty of sales- people to wait on you, and will do our best to takO ear,- of you prperly. Let u* know vour wants immediately on arrival in toM . lMy>td-W«sar, Millinery and the r class mm-hand I we. Ill djrcsaea, and hats are being i vici ' I I hiK, the last week before Christmas for a final clan up. if lor ywy advantage to study the large Utock we lAiv<l awd orir wonderful Rale prices. I Our store will .be filled <with Holiday MerchaiuJise. The {iH'M't/ne^h $ th$ bent find the price the lowest. ,, Help 11 to handle the crowds by letting us know your Uants early. j A WONDERFUL 98c SALE IN CHRISTMAS MER- CHANDISE. ITEMS WORTH $1.50 to $2.00. I WE \V"H EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU A VflKV MERRY CHRISTMAS AND THANK YOU I'01' THE SPLENDID BUSINESS GIVEN US DUR- ING THIS YE...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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