Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1923 Page: 3 of 10
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WINNSBORO WEEKLY MEWS Octeber 4. 1923.
Concentrate on keep-
Incf it as you concen -
ti nted on building i
What thought and planning you put into it! How
you watched it grow from a hole in the ground to a
beautiful home! Think of how you saved, that your
dreams might come true.
What if fire should come? Would your invested sav-
ings beswept away ? Insure now und enjoy the com-
fort of a mind at ease. This agency will cover your
needs with a policy fte the Hartford Fire Insurance
Company to pay for any los* by fire.
For safe and sure insurance, call
J. T. GIBSON & CO.
ITHIS isn't one of those (alee free treatment
11 oBcra you have seen so many times. We don't
tflcr to give you something for nothing—but wo
do guaractco that you can try this wonderful
treatment, entirely at our risk, and this guarantee
Stacked by your local druggist.
"HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN
DISEASE REMEDIES" (Hunt's Safe*
ud Soap) has been sold under absolute money
bHk pwrantco for more than thirty years. They
ut especially compounded foStho treatment of
bum*, ICcb, Ring Worm, Tattor, and other itching skin diseases.
tk*,imth1« nf Iflttora testify to thetr curative properties. M. TimberUn, a
re; t , jods dealer in Durant. Oklahoma. says: "I tmutA w/th
|u«ms -i /earn, and spent 11,000.00 for dcwtoai' (MftttMQt*, witt-
|h Cur© .V • u
ogive HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE
[(;■ i iHttuf* «•! © «f - Sv rtp) ft tml,
HEX ALL DRUG ST(
The Sunday School enjoyei'
the visit of "Aunt Tillie's Tith-
ing Band" at the opening ex
ercisea last Sunday. Aunt Till
ie surely did some good preach
ing. They have been asked to
visit us again next Sunday a
the 11 o'clock hour, and w
trust we shall not be disappoint
er. If you missed this great
treat last Sunday don't fail to
see and hear it next Sunday
We are looking forward with
much pleasure to the Good Fel
lowship Banquet on the evening
of Oct. 12, at 7 o'clock. This is
,to be onu of the greatest occa-
sions of its kind enjoyed at the
church for many a year, and w
are hereby inviting every mem
ber of the church, with your
family to be present on that Oc
casion. There will be a speake
from abroad—that is, from ou
of town—and you will not only
have the pleasure of a good din
ner, but also have an opportun
ity to listeu to an excellent ad
dress We are not prepared t<
say just who this will be, as an
answer has not been received a
yet, but we can assure you that
the talk alone will be worth
your while. Definite announce
ment will be made later.
Sbnday wepk, Oct. 14th, i.*
Rally Day at the Sunday School
Let every pupil enrolled be on
hand, and l^ffs have a great
day of it. It's a mighty good
occasion for you to line up for
son* definite work in the Sun-
daw School, if you are not al-
ready enrolled. Our S. S. i
growing, and if you are r>ot
growing with it, then you will
be the loser.
©ur Junior Epworth league
has grown until it has been di-
vided, and hereafter ttffe girls
will meet in one section, and
the boys in another. The boys
will meet upstairs, and the girls
will continue to meet down
stirg. Last Sunday's meeting
was a most enthusiastic one
onrl on ifiVPfl thp TlVftfionCe o
,Uu- two Mi U t >ts. Walr! i
> • News for tlu program and
! , vo your part prepared when
j yon oonie.
The pastor will preach at
Wobstei S iturdu night.
are invited to coine.
Our congregation enjoyed tl
service at the Presbyteri •
Church last Sunday night. Br<
Owen is a fine little preaches
and brought us u great nn
sage. We have enjoyed th
lellowshop extended us.
You, who are not alread
worshipping at some other plat-
have a most cord al invitatio
,o attend the services at tl
Methodist church. You w 1
hear nothing of a sectarian na
ture, but only the Gospel th '
<aves. We give you the privi
lege of working out your owi
interpretation of denomination
W. S. Dabney.
Bible School 10 a. m.—Roge
Carlock, Supt. Mrs. Southei
land's class will have charge c
the opening, exercises.
Communion at 11 a. m.
You are invited to all oui
services. Come, you will en jo.'
Pastor will be at Como Sui.
Please report the sick.
W. B. Blount, Pastor.
(■irLs* Junior League
October 7th, 2:80 p. m.
- Topic—JIow to live an unsel-
Scripture Lesson, Rom. 15:1
An Unselfish Girl, II Kings
Bible Story (told not reml)
Matt, 14:14-21—Audrey Fa<
Bible Story—Healing a Lop
er, Matt. 8:1-8—Evelyn Butler
The htuse by the side of the
IJ and I—Julia High tower.
Bible Siory—The Disciples'
Unselfishness, Acts. 3:1-11—
Song—Help Somebody Today.
(Uxi'a Great L°v% JtvftU V*
—. cited by all of int league in
! I t;ague benediction
at P .... . -
— j Uoyn' Junior league j
-Mj ;,i "Vi
; ' u ogt 7tk, 2:30 p. W H
O ily 3 Months
Bring Me Your Chickens I!
£ggs and Butter
H. W. BREWER
I will have ail kinds of Nursery stock in my heal
yard here in town this fall where it will be handy to get
te, and can save you money on anything you want in
the Nursery line. What I don't have here I will bring
from my Nursery at Lindale and can fill your orders for
anything you want. I will have two year old trees of
all kinds and will have a nice lot of two year old roses
of all varieties and other floral stock that you will be
pleased with, and can save you money on all slock. I
will appreciate your orders. See me or phone me your
f ilUIl ««
mean' u.. «.). oouiag*
< M tnd Latrr<r «r
< 'c/QiStlpa •
SURE SIGN OF INTELLIGENCE
For would you not b6 embarrassed if in
the presence of your frienas it was
made known that you knew nothing of
music? Was there ever a social event or
any kind of a joy-making party t/iat mu-
sic was left from the program? Is it not
worth anybod's time to be able to appre-
ciate the voices and instrument? oi the
artists? Why not cultivate yourself to
to the standard of good music? Such al "lu^tl°n
will enable you to enjoy many hours ■o <PPines:3
also enable you to discuss music intellgently and
perhaps save you oecsional embarrassm|i
A musical education is the cheapft and the
most enjoyed. It can be attained in jour leisuie
hours. Come in today and let m p j ] ti
to you, and play a number of the lateft selections
from the Victrola artists.
Mr« R N. Robertson
2 D<™ North of Potoffi- V Wiwboro, T«..
Kcwlcya mnt flon
Better iiiscuit, breao
Pastry. Sold by
' '^:86—WiicriH P> i
' What. We Can 1' P«sii"
ill 20:7—Edward 1 ■ *
True Uourage, l ^or. io:i.^—
Song—Stand Up, Stand Up
Real Strength, Ephesians 6: Clothing—Clothing—Clothing
10—Robt.. Lee Williams. —Buy from Chas Robinson an
Story—"The Royal Errand, gpend the difference.
told by the Pastor. j —
Business session and election j Refl(J Wflnt gtJs
(If possible memorize your
MM* ■ H« to
W >naboro, T*xa
.tclc«s chill ronK rMtr> n
"Uniily by 'arify ii„
I have moved my hemstitch-
ing machine to Wright & ^cl<-
ers, also my Royal Society Em-
broidery goods including
thread, bed spreads, luncheon
sets, scarfs, gowns, negligees,
children's bloomer suits, etc.
GO RIGHT AT IT
Friendrt and Neighbors in
Winnsftor* Will Show You
Get at the root of the trouble.
Rubbing an aching back ma)
But won't oure it if the kid-
neys are weak.
You must reach the root of
it- the kidneys. , , ,
Doan's Kidney Pills go right
at it; ,
Reach the cause: attack the
Are recommended by many
Ask your neighbor!
Miss Nellie Steed, Myrtle St.,
Winnsboro, says: "I am glad to
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
for I know they are a good kid-
ney remedy. My kidneys were
weak and inactive and I became
run down and nervous. My
back ached and my kidneys act-
irregularly at times. Doan's
Kidney Pills regulated my kid-
neys and benefited me in every
60c, at all dealers. Forter-
Milbur.. Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N.
Y. , ... -
( '1 improvog the appetite, yon will then
Campbell's I appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tmtcle-i* chill Tonic Is simply
j Iron and Ouinine suspended in syrup. S*
' pleasant even children liku it. The Wood
. QUI? IK!! i,) f", ; y it and IkON to
ttiricli it. * l>e!.troys Malarial germs arid
Grip (terras by its Strer>ij(thenin|J. In vigor-
•itin* Effect SOc
Read Want ads
'sstX WINCHESTER jBgjlr-'i*
STORE Me-r iwtwll
Duck Season Opens Oct. 16
ready. Teal are now
in. Plenty gisis and
RED STAR OIL STOVES
TIP R. ANDERSON
THE WINCHESTER STORE
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1923, newspaper, October 4, 1923; Winnsboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268295/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.