Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, June 16, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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R. Weir, Editor
YEAH IN ADVANCE
;M" . "".r
NEWS JUNE 16, ! .
|t. j. shaw FOR R£-
t:cn to office
of tax collector
County candidate# — ..
all precinct candidate*( we *
quested to use due jn
Entered as second-class mat-
ter, September 24, 1909, at the
postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas,
under the act of March 8, 1879.
Advertising rates made known
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
AGENTS—Make 100 per cent
profit selling National Fibre
House Brooms; retail for $1;
free sample offer. National Fibre
Broom Co., St. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALE—Complete pumping
outfit, tank, pump and gasoline
engine. Mrs. T. J. Gibson.
FOR SALE—New Ford Sedan
with $135.00 worth of extras.
Will sell for less than list and
throw in the extras.—Will C.
In saV.iit.ung my candidacy ^ lheir uppHcation jfnce ,in
r rc-ctection to the office of * .. t ,a for plii-
ix Collector of Wood County, ftl_- i7f|, ,ter than
I am inde.d grateful for the
honors conferred and trusts im-
posed in the past. I have en
Saturday, June 17th. I1
Candidates may file< ...
In p.raon at Winnsbo.*®*h._,n®
shall be glad to mail b™
■ • to,?iV" V" JHTPlications to th«n at t "k "J"
service in offK* of which l m JreM if rwIU-ted in ti, > «t-
FOR RENT—Nice dweling, close
in. See Dr. Wheeler.
WANTED—I will buy 30 Jersey
heifers from 12 to 18 months
old. Will also buy a few register-
ed heifers. J. E. Gait.
FOR RENT—My residence in
Winnsboro. Phone or write me
at Mineola, Texas. Wallace Dan-
FOR SALE—One good register-
ed Jersey cow. See W. W. Reid
at Campbell's Big Five.
WANTED—5000 people by the
Chamber of Commerce to be
in Winnsboro on Saturday, June
17th. to be participate in the
big One Dollar Day Sales given
by the Merchants of Winnsboro.
For information about the $10.00
in merchandise to be given
away free see the Secretary of
Chamber of Commerce.
LOST — Black hound, white
Hea«t and white tip on tail
,ai j'vus to n Tt« o? John l'*-
ei«i Rewsrd. Notify U. $. Lt e,
Winnsboro, Rt. I.
STRAYED—Two mules, mare
and horse, from Newsome to-
ward Wninsboro. Mules were
brown and each about 15 1-2
hands high. Notify L. C. BrojKry
ing at New some, Tevoji^.i
receive reward. and
capable. If this service is such
as to merit your further appro-
val, and you elect me to this res
ponsible position again. I shall
give you the benefit of my ex-
perience and careful study of
the duties of the office.
As to my efficiency, the Sta-
te Auditor has this to say to
the State Comptroller after
having audited the books of my
administration. "I wish to com
mend Mr. Shaw on the high
degree of efficiency he main
tains in office and to thank him
for the many favors shown us
while there." The four years
that I have been in office have
been perculiarly hard ones. The
first two, the high cost of liv-
ing was such that one did well
to make a living in any office,
the last two, owing to the very
hard times, collections were so
poor that very little could be
made. With two more years in
office I feel that I might save
enough to help in my declining
I shall not be physically able
to make an active campaign,
neither will the duties of the
office permit of my being away
very much of the time, so I
am dependent on my friends
throughout the county to furth-
er my candidacy.
Fellow Democrats, both ladles
and gentlemen, as stated above
I am deeply appreciative for the
favors already shown, for which
favors you shall always have n
tender spot in my heart and
should you decide to help me
again in the July Primary, I
shall feel more grateful still.
"A friend in need is a friend
indeed." ' • Y ■
T. J. Shaw.
«Alf Morris, County n*.
o - * ® '
• The Denney Drug C,
has an ad in this paper i,0nu!''"'
an invitation is extended0 * 1 |
tors to call tomorrow n a vls'
hear the radio give °°"
weather report, follow**" the
concert program. The r ..y .a
the most wonderful invei*VK>
the day. It seems aim*1'0'1 of
possible that a little ma°^r ,m"
small that the whole oul®V.,ne 80
be packed in a suitcaf,t may
through the air pick up w' c*n
sage given out in Dallas, " mes"
or Pittsburg, Pa But (Denver
and gives it clearly whl* dots'
ther conditions are gootfn_wea
Program for Pleasant
Grove Picnic, July 4th i
The Presbyterian r~
school enjoyed a picnic "nvfy
Boy Scouts pool Wednes,at thfe
ternoon. '."®®y u
9:30 till 12—Sacred Harp
dinging, conducted by J. L. Roun
12 to 1—Dinner.
1:80 to 2—Educational talk
l y J. U. Searcy.
2 till 2:30—Drilling by the
Winnsboro and Mineola Nation-
al Guard teams.
2:30 till 4—Singing, (seven
shape), conducted by Gaston
Irby. All singers of both above
classes invited to come bring
4 till 6 —Ball game.
Play at night. •
CARD OF ITHANKS
i—I am rowing at mv
*.iOme on Mvrtb street now and
will appelate all sewing, both
plair and fancy. Will continue
4'.;e reduced prices. Phone 383.
Mrs. A. H. Culpepper.
LOST—Between Ash berry place
and Enterprise, small diamond
bar pin. Finder please return to
Mrs. Carrie Gibson and receive
Marshall Field. Jd. of Chisago.
f? iu,?! PuI5ha«e<l three-year-
old filly, "Emotion," from J. E.
Madden, paying $25,000 for her. It
would seem that Mr. Field intend*
to follow his successes upon the
English turf by racing on this tide
®f the Atlantic.
No Worm* la ■ Healthy Child
Ail children UtnbM with Worms ha v. an „n-
haakhy ester, which lodlraie* poor blood, and m a
rata, theia la mora or Icm stomach diMarfeaao*
GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC thran rrftilarty
1br two or thro* ***** will enrich the blood, tm-
SNsra th'< dtftesOon. and art aa • Gnxral SlrrnMh
calnj Tonic to lh« whi le • trir Kalara will Cur
throw <iffor4l#t llhcwonr«.tiidU>eChlidwiilW
t h rtecnot to pgr
virtue of the authority
in me as Chairman of
emocratic Executive Com-
e oft Wood County, 1 here-
ill a meeting at the court
hotis^ in Quitman, Texas, at 2
p. rn. Monday, June 19th, 1922,
for the purpose of making as-
sessments for the expenses
the primary. j&Mrrr *i< •
of - appointment
, :,.c' primary committee and
for the transaction of all other
business that may come before
the executive committee.
County and precinct candida-
tes are invited to be present, as
their council and advice will be
nsked in determining if we
shall have a second primary for
other than state and district
Alf Morris, County Cham.
A. E. Reeves, Secy.
Rev. Mr. Kidd a former pas-
tor but now working in the in-
terest of the centenary preached
for us last Sunday morning to
the delight of the congregation
and joy of his friends.
He bore us the good news
that the centenary had placed
one hundred and fifty new mis-
sionaries in the field with one
hundred more soon to follow, in
the very near future.
Next Sunay morning we are
"■oing to preach on the subject:
"The Bible. Where it came from
how we sret it, and why we be-
There are some facts about
the old Book that every one
should know. Come and worship
W. C. Howell.
Sunday school 10 a. m. Roger
Communion 10:45. We need
you and you need us. Come and
enjoy the the services.
W. B. Blount.
CAPTURED SIX WOLVES
Chester Gregg found 6 young
wolves in a den on Bearpen
creek Tuesday'and captured all
of them alive. He sent them to
Dallas to be placed in the zoo
it the City Park.—Mt. Vernon
The car and garage eta*.
that is not protected
from fire may
mean thousands of
dollars loss. Buy
-"■L * Known
CALL ON THIS AGENCY
J. T. GIBSON & C
m & p. Bank Bldg. Winnsboro
In the illness and death of
our beloved mother and grand-
mother, we want to thank our
friends and neighbors for their
many kind thoughts and deeds
and for their help and conso-
lation; Dr. Hill for his untiring
physicial help; Rev. Blount, who
in the absence of the pa^tur,'
visited and consoled her spiritu- j
ally, and for the beautiful flow-
ers that ever speak of love. May
God's richest blessings rest up-
E. R. Williams,
H. M. Williams and
50c latest designs, hand bags
for $1.00. 20 liars 10c toilet
soap for $1.90. $1.50 fine thread
silk hose for $1.00. 6 25c Tur-
wish towels for $1.00. 4 yards
40c white goods for $1.00. Big
dry goods offer for $1.00. Guess
Saturday, June 17th
Noon Weather and Road Rei
12:20 P. M.—Concert.
EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME IN AND
Cash lc Sal
On Saturday, June 17th and Monday 19th we will i
two Brunswick records at regular price and then for]
CENT we will give you another. You pick them out.
Denney Drug G
Mrs. R. C. Campbell and Mrs.
C. V. Weir leave Monday in the
former's car for Harlingen to
the number and get a dollar.' visit Mrs. Woodie Rhone. Ralph
Guesses free. Childrens hats up Crmpball will accompany them dren
to $2.00. Saturday for $1.00.'to San Antonio, where they will
$1.00 discount on all skirts andi^6 met by Mrs. Rhone. Mr.
wasist. Surprise bargains will Campbell returning home.
Miss Viola Anderson i
turned to her home at |
She was nccorr.pmod
3ister, Mrs. Hamhrick a
greet you <for $1.00. The Enter-
Mrs. Oliver Vickers and son,
Russell, and Miss Zella May
Cain left Wednesday for several
days' visit in Dallas. Miss Cain
will go to Denton to attend
school for the summer session
Miss Eva Acker is home from
Baylor University at Belton.
Mrs. J. E. McCoy and baby
returned to Denton Monday.
They were accompanied by Mr.
McCoy who came over for the
Graham Connor and Judie
Williams of Daingerfield were
week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Lindsey at Andrew*'
When you come to
urday, June 17th, gi
Chamber of Commerce I
ister, it wiU be worth
to do so.
HaUtwl Constipation (
In 14 to 21 Dtp
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" nil
preparad SjrnipTonic- Ltxatht A
Constipation. It ralimi pa
•hould be Uken rpflolarlr far HI
tr> frdww rejfnlnr «••' Ii S'm
Regtilataa. , V«r Plow-M
FOR BEST RHYME
A n<*w conlcst Is just itMtcd
which will Interest everyone 'ho
rc*,l*.P"per. Anyone ran c! ler
this Contest—anyone ccn win! Al It
is ncccssarv to <lo Is to write -tjine
rhyme on Dr. Price's Phosphate
injr Powd.r, uslnir only the 1
which appear on tlic IhU-I of the
Prirc csn (front and hack).
Isn't that easy? F.vcrvone likes
make rhymes and here is' a ch .iicf
spend a fascinating hour or tw . w
Inc rhymes on this popul/ir ISak
I owner and perhaps winning a t lb-
sUntial prise for jrour efforts.
*7 CASH PRIZES
For I he rhyme selected as l>«t a
prise of *100 will I* ,rixeni for the
aeeoml, third and fourth best rhymat
pri.es of «75. $i0, and rcipee-
lively will be (riven. An<l besides these
prises there will he >1 prises of «
cuch for the next 23 liest rlmnes. With
such a lonp list of prises as these, it
would be n pity not to try your hand.
Here s a 4-linc rhyme as cx.impiei
TUscuit*, muflnt. ttl* or cak-$,
ll'i/A Dr. Prirt't l'oxctirr Uk0.
Tht Prirt't Co., ijuarnntft
I\'o a.'uni f*i the cum to It.
As Dr. Price'!. Phosphate Raklnff
Powder sells for only ij r.nls a iS
os. can, some rhyir.es could pjny up
the (treat economy of this pure anil
wholesome baking powder.
All rhnoes must l e received Ii*
July 1, l?.1.'. Only words «p|>eorbi"«
iC la,T' ?f ,ho Dr PHce can
(front and hack) may I* used rhese
words may be used as often as de-
sired, but no oUier word, will lie al-
<Y,U hlvc"'t a can of Dr.
I rice a, you can see one free at dmost
«n; (.rocer-s. It is not n
that %m, purchase a can In order to
be elipdje In this Contest
i.iav enter th« Cent est, but
, • ,,,u! rttyme from each person win
be consli.ered. In case of ties, tU
full amount of the prise will |* rfSS
to eadi tying contestant. WrPe pjaln-
ly on only one side of 0 sh-et of ,.'ip*r
and lie *ur- to give voIir name In.I
adtlress. bend your rhyme before
'•* '° Price (taking Powder Farlnn ~
1003 Independence Blvd., Chicijo, III*
•V * \ *
Big Game! All Star Players!
High School Park
| Tuesday, June 27, 4:30 p.m.| dj
j Athletic Exhibition
| Tuesday, June 27th, at 8:00 p. ™
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, June 16, 1922, newspaper, June 16, 1922; Winnsboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268227/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.