Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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J. F. Turners Annual Great
- RAISING -
OPENS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 15th,
Closes Saturday Night, Oct. 30th
Our Entire Stock of Over $100,000 Worth of Good Staple Goods to go at PRE-WAR PR1GES
BEGINNING FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15TH., PROMPTLY AT 9 O'CLOCK, WE WILL OPEN OUR ANNUAL GREAT FALL SALE. THIS SALE PROMISES TO
SURPASS ANYTHING WE HAVE EVER DONE, OWING TO SHORT CROPS, BACKWARD SEASON, LOW PRICEES IN COTTON AND MARKET CONDITIONS WE WILL
BE FORCED TO TAKE A HEAVY LOSS ON ALL OUR GOODS, AND WE DEEM IT GOOD BUSINESS TO TAKE OUR LOSS NOW AND GET THROUGH WITH IT.
HENCE, WE HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES OF C. B. WARREN, EXPERT SALES MANAGER, AND HAVE TURNED THE STOCK OVER TO HIM, WITH FULL IN-
STRUCTIONS TO MAKE PRICES THAT WILL ABSOLUTELY SELL THE GOODS. A LARGE FORCE OF EXTRA SALES PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ENGAGED TO SERVE
YOU. ALL GOODS WILL BE MARKED WITH TAGS IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOWING THE REGULAR AND SALE PRICES. OFFERING WITHOUT RESERVE OR
RESTRICTION OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT FROM 20 TO 30 PER CENT LESS THAN THE GOODS ACTUALLY COST US.
NOTICE! STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY, OCT. 14 TO MARK DOWN PRICES AND ARRANGE STOCK FOR THE BIG SALE WHICH WILL OPEN FRI-
DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15TH, PROMPTLY AT 9 A. M. I
WE ABSOLUTELY AGREE WITH "HENRY FORD" WHEN HE SAID: "HIGH PRICES IMPEDE PROGRESS AND IT IS TIME WE GET BACK TO PRE-WAR BASIS. THE
WAR IS OVER. PRICES MUST COME DOWN." „ **
THIS SALE IS ADVERTISED
AND CONDUCTED BY
Texas Sales Co.
C. B. WARREN, SALES
MANAGER IN CHARGE
J. F. TURNER, WINNSR0R0, TEXAS
A Cash Sale
REMEMBER THIS SALE IS
FOR THE CASH ONLY. POSI-
TIVELY NO GOODS CHARG-
ED TO ANYONE.
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With or without watari
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MADK by SCOTT a ROWNI
/WT« —-a NfroR SALE 84 acres
CLASSIFIED Y'm"e8 sol|th of town; half in room
Apply at this office.
Work Your Way Tb'i, "h
FOR RENT—Two lighthouse-
keeping rooms. Mrs. Carley, tel-
cultivation; 5-room house, bam,
2 wells and cistern. Half cash
and balance terms. W. H. Neill,
route 6, Winnsbcro. 8
FOR RENT—The McMillan resi-
dence, either furnished or un- lot of tin roofing,
[furnished. Phone or call on A. i worth, route 5.
A. Angle at Hurdle's Store. | .
FOR SALE—Ford air, 4-year
old horse, piano, Jersey cow and
J. H. Titts-
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days #
[X-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a s|*tinlly-
FOR SALE—85 acre farm, 3
.;miles from town, between 35
bared SyrupTonic-Laxntive for Habitual.lIU] )() acres in cultivation, bal-
wpaiion. It rolieves promptly but, .. . ,
uid be token regularly for 14 to 21 days ance III timber and pastille. lots
FOR SALE]—4-room lx>xed
house, weather boarded and
ceiled throughout, at East
Winnsboro. It. F. Gibson.
FOR SALE—828 acres oil
leases, in small tracts cheap,
nuar the Q. B. Morris location.
For particulars see me, or Hen-
ry Askins at Big Sandy. To
make money you must buy
while it's cheap. W. M. Rhone.
J. F. Turner vs. W. G. Gilbreath
In Justice Court, Precinct No.
4, Wood County, Texas.
By virtue of an execution to
me directed in the alx>ve en-
titled cause, from the Justice
I Court in and for Precinct No. A,
ducr reftalar action. It Stimulates and 0f timber such as fire Wood and , v ... «... -.
te'Very p,ea98nt toTake ,60c post timber and some would do FOR SALE-One broad tire of Wood County, in the State
, f lumber Five-room house,!Peter Schuttler wagon, Rood as of Texas, dated the 8t«h day of
I rvm nnthnilHinirs Will takeinew- Als0 one K00^ work team f)rtol>er' A- nnfl m,D1:
.some outbuilding. | . cun senaratelv or he red on the docket of said
Ijood Ford or n,-l,re a p«r Pay. Coort No. 3.77. 1 h.vo levied
For terms see J. I*.
ALL RUN-DOWN route 2, Winnsboro.
Trotter, together. .This stuff will *o and wil, for c.lsh
^ ^ M L. .. m. - n ■ m ■ — m *. nj m v 4 ^vam - —■ ■ t '
ri Lad/ Suffered Until She
[ried Cardui.—Sajra "Result
^ai Surprising."—Got Along
Fine, Became Normal
at a bargain. Gene Mattox.
FOR SALE—Svrup mill outfit FOR SALE My residence on
cotuiattnir of 8 horso po«cr ffui- ,«>« street leading from Far-
lolino engine, good power mill Mill by city cemetery. _
'and 12-foot copper pan. A bar- known as the J. C. Mitchell [the following descril*
gain. R. F. Gibson.
without appraisement, ;it public
vendue to the highest bidder, on
the 23rd day of October. 1920,
at Winnsboro. in the County of
Wood, between the hours of 10
o'clock a. m.. and I o'clock p- m..
place. Has 5 rooms, closed hall, j ty, viz:
front and back porch, half acre! Three bales lint cotton as fol
feet of all, l°t> good small barn,
.LUMBER—100,000 feet of all lot goon smai. nam. 2 good'to)So, weight
[sorts ol rough lumber; any kind wells water; a big garden one ^ ^ Ba,e Np 5o28r ,
(of heart lumber wanted, at, of the best in town, some fruit I w3L ht 540 lbs: said cot tor now |
^^.UnTup^d'? W mill 8 miles southeast of trees. A bargain if sold at once. in Farmers Warehouse.
"Id have bearlnK-down pains and Winnsboro. S. II. Whitley & Son,
[•..not well at any time." says Mrs. | „ . TflV,,
ly* Williams, wifo of a well-known route 2, 1 (JiCh, I f XflS.
[TOer on Routo 6, this place. "I | 1 ■
l>t getting headaches and havins to oivrr
bed." continues Mrs. Williams FOR RENT—IWO
WANTED—As traveling sales-
man young man with legal edu-!
cation who has given proof of
his industry and resourcefulness
by working his own way I
ithrough school. Straight salary,
The above appears asking for
such a young man. Now every
boy, no matter what his oppor-j
tunity has been, can lead th• s
little .id and feel secured in aj
permanent job, if he has the,
lability and enerjrv to apply him-!
self. The world awaits with '
open arms, ready to assist an\
young man who can work his
way through school. This proves
hi.s worth. He dont' need any,
further recommendation sjwe
and except the fact that he has
already accomplished this mueh.
The world knows he can and
will make good and is willing to
trust him. Then why sit idlv by
and say "I have no money to go
to school." Work your w ay ■
through and th^n you can cer
positions that the young nia>
with plenty of money cannot
touch. Young man, the world
wants you if you can mak<>
that not only sus-
tains strength Kut
also promotes k. Vt,
is a food-tonic that is
of special significance
Those who are
ought to take
Scoti .% Ifciwi r Btonmfield N J 20-^1
Will take half cash, balance j Said property being levied on
j, p, William* law the nrooertv of W. G. Gd-
filhing the troubles from which roonis for light housekeeping;
obtained relief through the use of i „ Mnlwl Morton
dul. -My husband, having heard close in. See Mis. Maoei monon.
iCardui, proposed getting It for me.
thaTi wIse[mprol°ng.^Th^CAVuit FOR SALE—Two cows, four
raon,rprUin*' 1 felt "k* * dlfferent heifers will be fresh in spring;
['Later I Buffered from 11* head hogs and 4 young
Weak back, and felt all run-down,
pld not rest well at night, I was so
""ua and cross. My huaband said
would get me aome Cardui, which
did. It atrengthened me . . . My
Ptor said I got along fine. I was In
^ healthy condition. I cannot
t«o much for It"
houaanda of women hare suffered
I Mm. William* describe*, qntll they
P°d relief from the us* of Cardui.
It haa helped so many, you
sot hesitate- to tiT Oardnl if
"bled with womanly aflmenta
mules, hay, corn and farming
tools. Also want good renter for
fai-m. One mile of Merrimac,
known as the Finis Browning
place. J. S. Farrar, Merrimac,
FOR SALE—Cheap, one auto-
mobile in first class condition.
See Fred Acker at Perkins Bros.
Williams. | a* the property
breath to satisfy said execution
; isftlfed out of said Court* in av-
" * ioil of J. F. Turner «n<l against
COTTON SEED-Buy your next w G. Gilbreath for the sum of
year's planting seed now and $wfi|.02 with further costs,
get the best, early improved mys the 12th day of Oct.
Mebane. Give me your order be iSpJpT W. H. A'el.
fore prices go up. R. N. Mason.| /Sheriff Wood County. Texas.
Winnsboro, Texas. fty G. W. Shirley. Deputy.
LOST—Between filling station
and home, crank for Reo. Fin-
der please return to J. I. Con-
FOR SALE—Majestic range In p0<
good shape. Will sell cheap.
J. Kendrick. ,f
Sweet Potato Storage
storage house is open for
'season. Will store potatoes
ie usual price, one-third,
^oes can be had at any time
pen now and the first or
M. D. Carlock.
FOR SALE—My home place. 3
acres land.—4. J. Kendrick.
our Little Want Ads.
The next! three weeks is the
time set for the membership!
drive for the league. which
drive will culminate in an enter-
tainment at the library in tin-
high grade manner always char-)
acterized by the ladies of the
league. Let each meml>er strive
to make her ward win in th<>
membership contest. Rec. Sec. |
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local Application*, n tboy cannot r-ach
th« diseased portion of til* «ar Th«r« la
only on* way to curs catarrhal d*afnaaa,
ani that la by a constitutional ramaily. .
t'aUrrhal Daafnaaa la cauaad by an la-
(lams'l condition of tha muroua linln* of
th* Euata. hian Tuba Wban thla tuba la
inflamad you hava a rumbling aound or Im
perfect hsartne. and when It la antlraly
rloaad. Daafnaaa la tba reault. Uniaaa th-
inflammation oaa b raduead and thl« tubs
raatorad to Ita normal conditio*, bearing
will ba dsatroyad foravar Many eaaaa of
daafnaaa ara cauaad by aatarrb. which la
an Inflamad condition af tha mucoua aur
facaa. Hall a CataiTh Madlclna acta thru
tha blood on tha mucoua aurfaaaa af tha
Wa will |lv« On a Vfundr*d Bollara for
any caaa off Catarrhal Daafaaaa that oaanot
ba curad by Hall's Catarrh Madlclna Cir-
cular* frae All Prtiffflata 75c.
F. J. CMkNBT A CO . TaU4«. a
Bright oyes, a clear skin ar.rl i txidy
full ot youth and ncaith may b**
yours if you will U. - yonr system
in order by regular./ taking
Tho world's f tnn*v- r.1 ^or kulnay,
liver, MatMer nnJ uri-* mid trouble:;, tha
©nemias of Mia ami looks. In uae sincv
1536. All tlruarTi ti thr«^ fizco.
I. U for tkr nam# CoM Medal on e ery boa
ami mrcmp* no imitaitira
M-nay haak without Question
If Hl/vrra Salvs falla in tha
traatmsnt of ITCH. BC2IMA.
RINOWORM. TITTER or
athar hching aktn disaasaa.
X«y • 91 aast baa at aw rtah.
JNO. D. FOWLER. Druggist.
Drove'* Ta*tel«M chill Tonic
mtnrn Vlt.llir .nil .norfy hy purHylna «a4 m-
rU'hlnH th" blnnd. Yon ran mm fmtl It. Str n« 1 -
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1920, newspaper, October 15, 1920; Winnsboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268142/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.