Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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L ji. XJ, NO. 48.
WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEX 4", JULY 23,
30x8^ NON-SKID CASINGS. $18.00
30x3 PLAIN, ALL MAKES ... 13.00
IF YOU NEED A TIRE NOW IS TIME
One 7-passenger Chandfcr
One 5-passenger Ford All in First-Claw M<chauical r)<xiK*' parts all kinds
One 2-paasenger Dodge Condition. an<l Gfg<>lin*
n. r _ , Seat Covers and top Recovers
One 5-passenger Dodge Ford and Dodge Accesoies. Free water and free air
OFFICIAL STATUM KNT
The First National Bank
At the Close of Business j„ne !iO, IM30, Rendered to the Comptroller
of the Currency
V"WT ONE OF'THC
V)ME AND DC
Merchants <S: Planters State Hank
Statement tit the Close of Btislne«s June 30th, IH'JO
Loatin and OUcouut* $>i70,4.('.5 24
U. S. Bonds 112,000.(10
Bulldlmr and'Kixture* 11,700.00
Caah andEachangr 304.Bb3. lfl
LI A BILITIKS
Capital Slock $100,(KM) 00
Surplus Kund lOO.QOO.OO
I'mlivirJiKl lYctlu 100,000.00
Dividend No. 22 10.000.00
Unearned Discount 1,040 4.r>
BKSOl' BC HS
I.oun* und Bine.tunt* >107.471.14
Furniture and Kixturun 7,0o0.iR>
Stock In K#d. Unserve Bunk 1,800 00
Liberty Bond* .'W.6&0.00
Cash and Exchanat 181,380.37
ToT A I. #01)4,141 41
Capital Stock.. $.10,(KK). oo
Surplus Fund 30.000 00
Undivided Profit* 115,02'v78
Lilierty Bond Dnpmlt) 21.400 00
TotaI #094,141 41
The Above Statement is Correct
ALF MORRIS, Cashl*
The above statement i* correct
(lOKDt)N Al.VIS, uxhler.
WE PAID lO PER CENT SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND
FIGURES TELL THE SIMPLE STORY
TICK TO THE PUBLIC
our entire citizenship
Yours for U tter ser-
|Cn the tenth of this
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IfW'.nn.-ljoro Pure Ico Factory Winnsboro Pure Ice Factory,
lo' nil tlie light and power| R. C. Campbell, Gen. Mgr.
I: ' i :i) the Winnshoro Ci t- :
,uul f cm t'
j m< will '• . "-j nre/kt
lu I t ! Ice 1
nr. , vJl ..
jfm Wiwi ' nfttrfe voters b
Factfry. Now, we precinct No. 8. Wood county:
!*) fectly awrre of the fact Every democrat is urgently re-
■ the public hns be n, and is quested to meet in precinct con-
-otting poor service. We Vention at the Camegie hall at
ask the public to be just n n/> ., t
•ut ... m 2:30 p. m., Saturday, July 24,
■ent as possible with li'ie v
' Tf.gement until we can for the PurP°8e oi e,ectm£. a
lew machinery installed 'Chairman for the two ensumg
Jthe Ice Factory which -vears- for olectin* f,ele^'tl's
Tto take some time to the c« nty convention, and for
will have to install in transacting any other business
;o the light plant ma- that ,nay properly come before
fwo new boilers, as our sanlp- J'- • VIS'
oilers are not large Chaiman Dem. Ex. Com. oi
handle both ice and p,ecinct No- 8- Wood Co-
it loads. We will offer
turn for your patience George Thompson was hero
Idate light plant that from Waco visiting his parents.
SCROGGIN & D3UMM9ND
HCBjH Of Jlf ~1 JFPB9, TSXif
WATCH FOR hiCntX ,..K
To The Public
have been This notice is to inform the
*'\re il"H< n retu ins 'ginning public Miat I have
State Saturday the oil mill gin plant
rested !ir'd w'" °Pe,ate same at th^
t'f.t ^tlv invite -11
-.r t'-:.: za
font Mind the Expense of a Garden Hose
note how fast the garden grows. And when
OLD SOL'S RAYS
lice and hot, and your lawn shows signs of dyin«
pi find it the best thing you ever bought, for twin
^lawn without a doubt.
You Buy Our Garden Ho#e
IS Mr. FLOYD FAIR .fflH YOU'
Since Mr. Floyd In His Statements and Spec
Hai Distorted the Truth So I i/Iuch, I am Co1
polled to Issue this |tatement.
lie says "He presumes" I supported (the Ferguson
tration in my Titus County War work.
Any man with intelligence enough to e State Sonat
know that it was the National Democratic Administrati
ported—in fact I have supported all Democratic Admin
both State and National, since I have Iven twenty-on
Since he has told you how he voted in some instant
to tell you how he voted on many more.
Why hasn't he told you what HE did lo help win t
Why hasn't he told you how he voted on the Cat
Why wasn't he told you how he voted on askinp
Government to fix the price of cotton in the SoutI
went down $.r>0.00 a bale as a result thereof?
Why hasn't he told you how he voted on the s
Seventy-Five Million Dollar Bond Issue by the F
to build good wads in the desolate pails of Wes
East Texas was building her own good roads wi
Why hasn't he told you that during his foir
Senator, the expenses of the State Governmer
Why hasn't he told you that while he was t
run around and make speeches with hini, th?
attending the National ^Roads AssiyfC ,
(and did get) the gre W *heid Highv *
as? y ''V
Why haan't J
in one and thai" /. * •
Why har j# *
that f ^
Dor , T^p r
n/ /75j2Z •*-
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grounds will be the only plact /)e Kin to give me a chance.'lily
in Winnsboro where the returns fe time expericnce lea(1,
"ill lie given. Nothing will Ix1 , . , ,
...... , ... me to believe that I citn get a.
out at the tele graph office. *
5>>. good results from your co^to*,
' CAPTURED as any niun- Now to - (
"''und'thfc tomers and friend the 8«lnng
jnltificd bv ',nP' ''field News when you come «,,fi ,kttW.'r
fnd ia employed- f-^kridge, for your ginning'""#0" Wf>a'a
proccMM of our ba« officer come my way. P a,rl'lau«
interesting to not?Un the lined up or in %'■' ' v* w' ' "TT
* figure* on ou\ few to any otJr 'n
.11 ex|ter en«*a in
. b-iSJl.re and.' I- "f f"*- -■
ihrtt K bale f„;'r 10 "k"' "r T-t *
the lY Vl1
nie« in the L\(,, , that m ,
plying mote tit a). , lth fi-lwniieii
' poii.t of rtsemnlance. Tliejr <r\T
feet of gas ol
looking for tioh.
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MY SINGLE f IM IS. TO BIM ,y ,nv
IRE THE QUtSTiq^ Drug
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4N8 ANIJ CASKETS
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1920, newspaper, July 23, 1920; Winnsboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268133/m1/1/: accessed October 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.