Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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,T NEW9 DECEMBER 23. 1921.
A Good Place to
The Best Cooking Served in a Strictly Sanitary Manner
With better service we are offering lower prices. We are
anxious to plane. We thank you for the liberal patronage
given us. Eat with uh regular. For the Holidays we have
prepared for better eats and the best service. Fersh pies,
and Cakes daily.
Country Sausage, good meats, ete. We pride ourselves on
ourfine Chili and Stew. Short orders given our best atten-
tion. Special meals served with short notice. Above all re-
member our prices are the lowest for service rendered and
we appreciate your patronage. Come and see us often.
Come to See Us Often
Next Door to J. B. Howell
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•v MART OK A HAM BONNER
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a heap of happiness it
would , bring to Winnsboro
Hard to do housework with
Entered as second-class mat- <in aching back.
tar, September 24, 1909, at the j Brings you hours of misery
poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, leisure or at work
Winnsboro Weekly News
Homer R. Weir, Editor
fl.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
under the act of March 3,1879.
Advertising rates made knpwn
PUBLiSHED EVERY FRIDAY
Advertising and Credit
cwrllht. lift. Wntarn Kiwaptptr llnluo
*•—-1 LOVE bin).
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lo*W htm." Ai-
ms Allen miM:
And aa sha
was alone la
her room. and.
aa no one could
waa uo answer
to bar stste-
ment which aba bad repaatad several
She waa speaking of George Far-
well. Ueorge waa ao good looking
with bit wonderful blue eyea, hia
brown hair, hla flne erect figure.
Wherever abe aaw men abe thought
how Insignificant titer looked be«irte
George. She waa
glad that stye
way. She hoped
U.at way about
the men they
cared for. Tlien
be ao smooth and
everyone to like
her George Im-
mensely. Rut It
would be einhar-
raHalt.ic If every-
one thought Just
the same about
him as she did.
wns to be Christ-
mas afternoon. Then they had
planned to go to their own new little
home which they had Just finished
furnishing and fixing up. They were
going to have their own little Chrlst-
mus free there—quite by themselves,
and their frlenda had left their wed-
ding presents and fhelr Christmas
presents there, though almost all of
the former they had seen, of course.
"Are you almost ready?" It was
Mrs. Allen calling up the stairs.
"Almost, mother dear," she an-
"You'll he late," her mother called.
"1*11 hurry," she said.
"Do you want any help?"
Hut she hud taken longer than she
had thought. Yds, If she didn't hurry
she would be late! Still she Would
have George all her life now. How
wonderful It would he! She wondered
If that was why brides were so often
The declaration of John Fie
tcher, Chicago banker, that zen says:
Bachache pains often comef^VTZ" th*y ,hey
from Weak kidneys.
'Twould save much needless
Doan's Kidney Pills are for
Read what a Winnsboro citi-
mnch time! •
It was a gloriously happy thought
to realize how much time she had.
She was only ten minutes late. The
few friends were at the Chrlattnaa
day wedding. And her bouquet was of
holly and mistletoe. She had always
said she would love to have such a
wedding bouquet. It would be so
tjIrcp which advertising has acted irregularly at times. Lioan rn« ceremony was over. They
place wftic g Kidney Pills regulated my kid- drov' "w"-v ,n " low w,th
ne.vs and benefited me in every to ,he s,n"11 "00*-
60c at all dealers. Foster-Mil-
bum Co., Mfgs. Buffalo, N. Y.
Play at Pleasant Grove
tension of credit" ought to ser- rioy^ were weak and inactive., fair with him, too, because she loved
ve to bring out strongly the My back ached and my kidneys hiin so!
place which advertising has acted irregulariy at times. Doan The <
come to have in modern busi-
Credit, especially what has
come to be known as "commer-
cial" credit, is based upon the
certainty that goods win be
moved before the maturity of
paper issued against them. This
applies all along the line, from
the manfacturer to the retailer,
and it is here that advertising
comes to have an intimate con-
nection with credit. Advert-
ing has made possible the great
growth of credit transaction,
of the past decade, because it
has increased turnovers and
thus made commercial paper
more secure and more accept-
able. A man who knows how to
advertise and who puts his
knowledge in practical opera-
tion by advertising liberlly is a
better risk and his paper Is
more acceptable for the very
reason that the banker can de-
pend upon his ability to sell
his goods. Indeed, the influence
of advertising even extends to
the extent that an Applicant
for credit may be dealing In
nationally advertised goods.
Such goods move faster in equ-
al circumstances than those that
are not nationally advertised.
And if you want a striking
illustration of this, just make
.in investigation of the manner
;n which the fruit growers of
California have Increased therr
iedit through advertising!—
Fort Worth Star-Telegram. .... , .
0 There will be union singing
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rhone £ Jartwright on -the fourth
a v. Ql #ww i Sunday afternoon, December
returned home Sunday from, 25th. A11 invited.
vfarlin. where Mrs. Rhone has( o
wen for the past six weeks t Bom, December 16, to Mr.
tinder treatment for rtaeuma- and Mrs. Erneft Johns at Dali-
"Winning Latane," drama in
4 acts, will be presented at the
High School Auditorium at Plea
sant Grove, Friday, Dec. 23.
This is one of the l>est plays
every played here. Everybody
invited. Admission l()c for all.
Cast of Characters
Phillip Cashton—Silas Hinson
Mrs. Phillip Cashton—Lillie Mc-
Ruth Spauldin—Avis Hinson. [
Julius Sears—Prof. Mullinax. |
Robert Sparr—Tom HoUey.
Frank Ef for ton—Earl Harris,
i^atane Cashton—Alva Darby.
This is to notify you and all
others that we, the undersign-
ed, will prosecute to the fullest
extent of the law all who tres-
pass on our premises: W. J.
Allen, L. G. ^Calvert, N. E
Burns, J. F. Baker, S. R. Irby,
J. C. A!vis, Sr., J. E. Nichols,
J. H. Allen, J. H. Hamrick, J.
There, by themselves, they opened
presents. What a glorious tline they
And she had a little surprise for
him. Just a little bit of n surprise.
But she knew he would like It.
"Open that box, there, George," she
He opened it.
And looked at some collars, mnny,
many collars, all much too Iiig for
"When I was buying my wedding
clothes In town that time, lieorge,
that you'd spokety
of a wonderful
kind of collar you
liked. I remem-
bered the name
too. I was a
little p u c x I e d
when the man
asked me yotifc
size. I told him
though that as
long as lie had
the right kind
the size didn't
make any differ-
ence. When he
asked me If yAu
were big or amall
I told him you
were big of
what Is tins matter? Won't they At
you? Is the slse so Important?"
"My darling little girl," he laughed,
"wl.at does It matter what the slse
la. That la—It does matter ubout
wearing them I'm afraid, my love. But
to think you thought of me even
when you were getting the wedding
fineries and remembered the name of
"They're my Christmas collars," he
exclaimed, "and I'll put them away
In the box with the Christmas bouquet
we're going to save. Such a Christ-
mas gift from s dear lltfle bride
should never he mangled by any
"What a silly I am," she laughed
"But such an adorable Billy,"
George answered as he kissed her.
OOOOOOOOOOOWww | j
Cupy right. 1(11, Wul t N.*.|wprr Union ,
AltlAN had nev- |
cooked at all i
tO S|M'Uk of !
until she had '
made a great
succes* of It,
but she waa a
afterward when abe realised that she
had Invited all of Bart's family and
pear relatives for a Christmas dinner.
And that they had all accepted.
"Now Marian dear," Bert hud said.
"Ju"st have a simple dinner. Don't
bother a boat the
frills. Our ordi-
nary Sunday din-
ner will do beau-
who gets our
usual Sunday din-
ner Is getting a
"Well, I guess
that Is about all
I can do—and for
ao many, too,"
"You're a won-
der to attempt
It," Bert sflid ad-
miringly. "B u t
don't think you
have to overdo
For days and
days Murlun planned her (')irlstuwis
dinner. She salted nuts, she made
cranberry sauce. She ordered a fine
young turkey. She wasn't nervous
about the turkey—that was Just about
as easy as chicken.
Yes, she was planning to have the
old-time Christmas dinner. She
wouldn't tell Bert. She would sur-
prise him. And then, If she did tell
him, she might he more nervous about
the thlnga she had planned to do, feel-
ing that he was going to he <> proud
of her thut she couldn't fulfill his ex-
pectations of her success.
So she worked und planned and
And that Chrlstmus eve when Bert
klaBed her good-night she smiled to
herself as she heard him sn.v:
"Well, It's quite true. People liuve
always eaten too much at Christmas
time In pust yeurs."
Bert's family all urrivAl In due sea-
son for Christmas dinner.
"Well, were you nervous over your
first turkey?" usked Aunt Kmillna.
And how l.uppy Marian was that she
could say that she hadn't been nerv-
ous and that It was going to come out
•11 right, she thought.
"I bet It was a Job making your
first plum pudding," said Uncle
George, and Bert looked angry und
grieved. He didn't want anyone to
make Ills Marian feel uncomfortable.
And now his own family were doing It.
"Uncle George," Bert said, "we
meant to tell you. We're not going
to have one of those old-time din-
ners. We think thst people have al-
ways felt wretchedly at Christmas, and
after Christmas—Indigestion and all.
So we're Just going to have a nice
Marian had left the room now. But
she could hear the defending note in
Bert's voice, and at the same time a
note of aadness that their dinner was
going to he bo simple.
She wanted to msh In now and tell
them all that It wouldn't be so simple,
snd to put her arms around Bert's
neck and kiss him. He was standing
up for her. And they were all try-
ing to be critical. And she had In-
vited them all to her house. This
was the woy they were accepting her
"But, following a number more sim-
ilar remarks on how did she get along
with her mince
"The Most Comfortable Place In Town"
Matinee Every Afternoon From 4 to S Night show
Monday, December 26th
Mae Marsh in—"The Warf Rat"
Also Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels and Snub Pollard Comi
Tuesday and Wednesday, December 27 and 28
Thomas H. Ince Presents
"THE CUP OF LIFE"—Also Pathe Review
This is another of those wonderful pictures by Mr I
Ince, with an all star cast including Hobart Bosworth
Madge Bellomy, Tully Marshall, Niles Welch, Monte |
Collins, May Wallace and others.
Thursday, December 29th
Dorothy Daltonin "CHICKEN CASEY"—Aesop Fables|
Friday, December 30th
Roy Stewart in "FAITH ENDURIN"
Also 11th Episode White Horseman & Pollard Comedy
Saturday, December 31st
An all star cast including Hobart Bosworth, William
Conklin, Anna Q. Nilsson, Margaret Ligingston in
"The Brute Master"—Also Sennett Comedy
pie, and did she
burn herself salt-
ing the nuts, she
at last .announced
that dinner was
ingly, the guests
ate and ate and
ute. There was
nothing that had
ever been a part
of a Christmas
dinner that Ma-
rian did not have.
And Bert grew
prouder and more
boaatful of her
by the moment I
How Bert loved
to boaat of what Bhe could do!
At last came the desBert—mince pie
and apple pie and plum pudding, too.
How Bert's eyea opened wide with
surprise when he aaw the pudding.
"What did you mean when you aald
you were going to have a new kind
of a dinner without any of the Christ-
mas trimmings?" asked Uncle George.
"My wife likes surprises," Bert
beamed. And sfter they had all gone,
"The.v behaved atrociously, btat oh!
How proud I waa of you. And Mfe
"Yes, dear?" #
"The plum pudding was the beat
that has ever been served at any
Christmas dinner at sny time I know."
"I think It was a success," Marian
We Don't Have oi
But we won't be undersold on any-
thing in the Hardware and Furni-
ture line. See us before you buy.
R. H. McCrary
We, the undersigned citizens
ofFranklin County, Clopton
precinct, will prosecute to the
extent of the la^' any person or
persons tresspassing or shoot-
ing quail or other game on our
land or on any we have control
of: J. N. Clark, F, D. Slade, J.
R. Roberts, J. F Morris, R.
W. Howell, W.vII. Payne, W. D.
Kennedy, H. C. Caviness, W. R.
Camp, W. H. Harrison, S. A.
Payne. R. L. Shirey, J. II. Ad-
ams, H. A. Wylie, J. F. Anoss,
J. E. Self, Henry Snodgrass, J.
B. Snodgrass, J. W. Stanley, B.
D. Harrison, W. P. Cobb, H. S.
Gist, rs. F. W. Russel, J. M.
Perry, D. L. Connally, L. L.
Perry, D. L. Connally A. Brown
Miss A. J. Jordan, W. O. Kelso,
Dozie Coe, R. S. Zimmerman.
We the undersigned farmers
hereby warn the public against
any hunting on our premises:
A. S. Bradley, M. S. Laminack,
F. H. Wiliamson, Som Cowser,
G. T. Choat, C. C. Piercy, M.
W. Kirbo, J. H. Nations, G.
Parker, Hubert Hill, M.
Penn, W. L. Connally, H.
Moore, L. E. Knotts, J. C. Ar
On Nov. 13th, 1921, Prest
Boles died at his father's hon
in the Glade Branch commnr
ty. He was born Aug. 30, 1921
He has living, a father, ma
ther, four brothers, four sisfeij
and a host of friends to mour
Deceased was stricken wit
typhoid fever and lingered witj
that terrible disease for sever®
days with all the medical skil
that could be done, there seenr
ed to be the hand that doetl
all things well was beckeninl
him to come up higher. 'Li-j
is ever more fed by death ol
earth and sea and sky, and i«-j
the rose to breath it bnv'tiij
something must die."
0 , „
R. W. Dykes is home fron
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"Saitimental Tommy"—February 14-15.
"The Sheik"—February 21-22
"Forbidden Fruit"—February 28—March 1.
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