Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1925 Page: 3 of 8
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WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY OCTO. 8,
N. E. Texas Live Stock and Agricultural Fair
6-Big Days-6 PITTSBURG, TEXAS=October 20-25, 1925
at the Grandstand Day
jNO. FRANCIS SHOWS—30 CARS
|0ne of the Biggest and Cleanest
Shows Ever Exhibited in
Thrilling Auto Races
|Band Concerts by Junior A. & M.
College Band Day and Night
THE BIG ANNUAL
OF NORTHEAST TEXAS
REDUCES RATES ON ALL
It s Your Fair So be There
I rec I arkiii|£ Space Write for Catalodoc
F. W. MATTOX, Secretary-Manager
Other Special Attractions
for Nights of October 21 and 23
All schoolchildren admitted FREE
on opening day, Oct. 20th, at front
gate, when accompanied by their
PITTSBURG, TEXAS, OCTOBER 20th-25th, 1925
a Diamond Bar Pin, 1
lOSl-- large stone, 4 small
jnes. Finder return to Tom Mack
ind get $25.00 Reward.
iere will be a special meei-
the Masonic Lodge No.
A. F. & A. M. on Friday
it October 9. at 7 o'clock,
members urged to attend.
C. M. Cain, W. M.
J. T. Gibson, Secy.
Surely will will want to re-
member your friends with a
Christmas Greeting Card and,
of course, you would not be in-
terested in anything but the
very best. Place your order
early and insure prompt deliv-
ery and quality service. Phone
192. —Mrs. Paul Ord.
In the absence of the pastor,
J. H. Swift, who is in Oklahoma
City attending the National
Convention of the Christian
churches of America. William
Paschal will occupy the pulpit
at the Christian church both
morning and evening next Sun-
day and we besneak for him a
full attendance of each member
and their friends. The public is
invited to attend.
Brother Paschal is a young
man and needs your support in
attendance and we assure you
that they will not go away emp-
ty. Come, listen and obey what
he tells you and proves by the
scriptures and you will be richly
rewarded in years to come.
We urge you to come and
hear this worthy young man.
He will appreciate your presen-
ce and you will be benefitted by
AN INVITATION TO ENJOY
A VIEW OF
Silk and .Wool Dresses and Coats
We are always first and fore
most in presenting the beautiful
And our fall showing is exc
eptional and very comprehensive;
. including creations from such com
manding makes as the famouse
They are exclusive in a class
$10.00 Up to $19.50
Really our millinery section is surprising us evry day by the
"umber of early Autumn hats they are sending out.
1OVELY FALL HATS
5- 4-50, 5.00, 6.50, 7.50, 9.50
Friday and Saturday
October 9th and 10th
Mrs. w. e. whatley
' N. A. GOODWIN
When in need of work in
that line, command me.
WANTED—Man with car to
sell complete line quality Auto
tires and tubes. Exclusive terri-
tory. Experience not necessary.
Salary $300. per month.—Miles-
stone Rubber Company, East Li-
COTTON SEED—For sale. I
have the agency for the Russell
Pedigreed seed, big\5-lock bolls,
good staple and an excellent pro-
ducer Let me tell you about it.
—R. F. Gibson. 2
'OUND—On carnival grounds,
t\Vo weeks ago. Indies' pin,
round shape with sets. Owner
see Lloyd Hollinshead.
FOR SALE—50 acre farm, 3
1-2 miles southeast of Winns-
boro. 30 to 40 acres in cultiva-
tion, good pasture 3 room house
Part cash or Ford truck or
touring. Lftlutice 7 years. Ca'.l
at tike Seconhan Store. J. C.
FOR SALE —A good small
farm, easy terms, long time.
For particulars, write D. Mcin-
tosh, liettie, Texas, local re-
presentative Oklahoma Farm
WANTED—75 or 80 acres of
good land. Close to good school
and church. Third and fourth.
Arthur Green, Rt. 5, Quitman.
LOST—Sunday afternoon in the
vicinity of Pickton or Como, a
leather case containing a num-
ber of frames, a shaving outfit
and some wearing apparel. Find
ei please leave jh Naws office
or notify Dr. R. E. Wright, 17-
(/•l Medical Arts Bldg., Dallas,
NOTICE—On Saturday, Oct. 3
tht'nigh mistake someone car-
ried off from the Union Clear-
ing House bundles containing
5 yards yellow striped gingham,
6 yards black binding and two
pair of ladies tan hose. Please
return to Union Clearing House
FOR SALE—Small farm close-
in, plenty of good water, might
trade larger one if located right.
See or write Miller Mitchell,
route 5, Winnsboro, 1 1-2 miles
on Sulphur Springs road.
LOST—Somewhere in Winns-
boro Saturday a gold Elgin wat
ch with belt chain attached.
Finder please return to Harry
Garrison and receive reward. 1
FOR SALE—11 1-4 acres of
land, one mile nearly West of
Winnsboro; all in good state of
cultivation except about one
acre which is in pasture. Has a-
bout 1 1-4 acre in elberta peach
trees. A 14 foot square barn is
the only building; would sell
for one third cash balance
terms. If you want to buy. look
at it. Make me a bid.—II. B.
Jones, box 187, Winnsboro 52
FOR SALE—Home one mile
south of Winnsboro on high-
way including store building
and 7 3-4 acres of land, known
as Taylor's Store. For price and
terms see Mrs. M. J. Renshaw
at J. C. Jennings residence on
South Main street or inquire at
the Secondhand Store.
FOR SALE—At a bargain if
sold at once my fruit and poul-
try farm located 3 mi. S. E. of
Winnsboro on Gilmer road. Can
be purchased with small cash
payment balance terms to suit.
For further information write
or phone W. R. Martin, Mt. Ver-
FOR SALE—Registered cows
and heavy springing heifers;
one registered male 'A months
old. T. C. Halbrook, Cornerville.
drove'* Tasteless chill Tonlt reato m
Energy and Vitality Ijy ">urify ng a d
Enriching the Blood. When yoci feel iu
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improve* the appetite, you will then
appreciate iu true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The Wood
needs QUININE to Purify it and h\ON to j
Enrich it. • Destroys Malarial germs ana I
Grip gt?rms by its Strengthening, Invigor-
ating Effect 60c.
The following described prop
erty belonging to the estate >f
J. H. Patrick, deceased, offered
Residence and lot on west
Myrtle Street in Winnsboro.
250 acres of land situated a-
bout two and one half miles
northwest of Winnsboro, in Hop
kins County, Texas. Most all in
cultivation, al>out 75 acres good
bottom land. Good spring wa-
ter all the year round, plenty
of good pasture, fine farm for
all kind of truck and general
farming as well as stock rais-
Several shares of Farmers
Oil Mill stock.
If interested hop R H. Pa-
trick, or W. R. Wilkinson,
Heirs of J. H. Patrick.
ARE YOU TIRED, ACHY
•ALL RUN DOWN
This Winnsboro Resident Tells
How to Get Well
Tired all the time? Lame,
stiff and achy? Tortured with
nagging backache? Knife-like
twinges when you stoop or
lift? Miserable with headaches,
dizzy spells ad bladder irregu-
larities? All are signs of Kidney
i sickness! Use Doan's Pills—a
stimulant diuretic to the kid-
Here's Winnsboro testimony.
W. T. Johnson, partner in
Blacksmith shop, S. Walnut St.
savs: "I had a steady heavy-
ache irr the small of my back.
Mo mings the muscles in my
back were sore and stiff. I felt
tired and my kidneys acted
too often especially during the
night. However Doan's Pills
from Fowler's drug store stop-
ped the backache and regulated
60c at all dealers. Foster Mil-
burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y.
FOR SALE—63 acres about 2
miles northeast of town, some
timbered land, 3-room house,
good well of water, storm cel-
lar etc. Known as the Jimmie
Hill place. Will sell at a bargain
within 30 days. For further in-
formation see Mrs. Edwin Ja-
mes at First National Bank. 52
LOST—Shell rim spectacles
with gold hooks. Finder return
to News office and get re-
FOR SALE—My home place in
Winnsboro. See Mrs. Barn
All Kinds of Sets, And
• Three Tube Crosiey Trirdyn
Complete with L >ud Speak-
er and all accessories, and
TWO TUBE CROSLEY COMPLETE AND
See me before you buy.
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1925, newspaper, October 8, 1925; Winnsboro, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268395/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.