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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

The J JiL. insville / -c^;i VOL.XXVIIJ COLLlNSViLLE, GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY, 2 1913 NO. 19 X. Spruce DRV GOODS M I L.LI NERY GROCERIES hardware: Qeqe^ql rqG^cl|qri(lisG c|i]d fqirq supply s^oi^g. Oqi< goods qi<e constant- ly going ox\\ qi\d qi(e f^esl\. Obi< qqd di^ess goods qi'G of \t\e latest c> style qqd fii|isl|. Wlieij yo-q qi^G in t0"^^ yotj qve ql"v9ciys ^G1coh|0 qt ft0 Double Store I We strive to help our customers and appreciate your trade, W. L. BRUCE tl\ei<Gfoi<G Afilliqqi^ ColliflBville, Texas. mm* © © © i & 3 > % 0 !) a j i $ J * & ® © © « « tt * fit « « « © © « © I © © '«u i i © Court News Special I o I'he Times. County Jail For the past week there has been an average of fifty- two inmates in the county jail and Ross Stark have had plenty to do. Saturday the jail was thoroughly cleaned from cellar to garret and it is in a sanitary condition. For Wife Desertion A white man was placed in the county jail Sunday on a charge of wife ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

9« « e> THE COLLINSVILLE TIMES i. L- HARBISON, Publisher COLLINSVILLE. - - TBXA WOULD INCREASE TAX ON BEER AND LIQUOR VAUGHAN SEEKS TO PUT IT ON LEVEL WITH PROTECTION GIVEN BY TARIFF. DUTY IS $2.68 PER GALLON Estimated That to Add $1.50 to Reve- nue Tax Would Bring $180,000,- 000 More Revenue. Washington—Representative Vaugh- an of Texas has made good on one of his campaign promises to the extent of Introducing a bill looking to the separation of the liquor interests from a part of their profits. Mr. Vaughan says 1180,000.000 a year is a conser- vative estimate of the amount that the distilleries and breweries would have to give up If his bill were en- acted into law. The plan proposed in the bill is to place the Internal revenue tax on ma'.t and spirituous liquors at exactly ibe same figure as the tariff duties on those articles. That would produce a condition whereby foreign liquors could come into competition with Am- erican distilleries and breweries on an equal basis. The pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

O I I a ■J n ) i « fiff is' 1 « '£7 | X>P — -• I / \ U Q SERIAL STORY STANTON WINS By Ebuor M. Infrui Author of "The Gam* and the Candle," "The Flytn* Mercury," etc. /SUMIMI (D rradcrlc Tbaraborgh kind. W>-ti h« arrived at Lowell ht went to a uactor and bad tiM strained arm cared tor, instead. CoRyriflrt l tt Th# Bobbs-Merrill Oompeat I 8YNOP8IS. At the beginning of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange fouth. Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and la ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who Introduces hecself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Mlsa Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Mlsa Carlisle follow la auto. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) Stanton, unruffled as In the New Tork depot, except for his wind-tossed hair, whose blackness was flecked irlth yellow road dust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

« T «-* \ Edna Harbison, Local Wditor. r.Urtd at the Golllasviile Postofflce as second claw> mail matter Nr. News Matter received after Wednesday Night All fdvertisementa until ordered I >n One Year PELEPaONE ;'t 106 Chattanooga is making great pieparation for the Confederate R. •union. The railroads have all given u rate of one cent a mile each way. Col. Torn Ball will likely be the canidatu for the Wilson dem- ocrats for Governor next year as he was an original Wilson man and is in favor of the initiative and referndum be will be oppos- ed by the stand patters. ■ife out here may sing forever there in the tree of life and ev. ery consecratyd soul that suffers bbre may rest among its flowers and live and love forever. 1 long have dreamnd of opal tow- era and burnished domes; but what care I for gate cf peaal or nt reel of gold, if I can meet the 11 ved one? who have blessed tut* ! >h re an i s-ee the glorifed faceH of father and mother aud the bov brother who died among the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

I ^5 v" o praiw Lou- Ivuft ong 113, lon- Jire I ^ 0 / Local and Personal City Drug Sto re FO R D R U G S A N D DRUG S U NDRIES We have a complete line of fresh drugs patten medicines and drug sundries, jewelry silverware watches' clocks ect. A good drug store is public neccassity and we strive tc keep as good as there is in the country. When you need any thing in our line you KNOW WMB TO GET IT 7//hen quality counts CAy Drug Store 3*w deCordova 9*rop, ® % $ Mrs. M. T. Brigham was in Tioga Monday. Ivan Hayes of Sadler visit- ed in our city Sunday. Mrs. \V. H. Ilodges was in Pilot Monday. © | C. F. Pelphrey was in Tio- j| ga, Monday. j| ! S. A. Sohott of Dorches- @ ter was here this week. iSt Dr. Hughes was in Sherman on business this week. Mrs. /. L. Wright of Tioga was visiting relatives here Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Reed and daughter Zora were in Whites boro Sunday Mrs. Ilutcheson of Denton is here visiting her daughter Mrs. Press Clark. Mrs. G. C. Meek visited relatives in Whiteiboro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

< 1 w"ij 9 I i WOMAN SUFFERED TEN YEARS From Nervousness Caused by Female Ills—Restored to He%Uh by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- I4e Compound. Anborn, N. Y. — "I Buffered from nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains that sometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at all. Some- times I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Different doc- tors did the best they could for ma ] until four months ago I began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound a trial and now I am in good health."—Mrs. William H. Gill, 15 pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. J * Doctor's Daughter Took It." 1 St. Cloud, Minn/—" I was so run down by overwork and worry that I could not stand it to have my children talk aloud or walk heavy on the floor. One of my friends said, 'Try Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc- tor's daughter here in town who takes ft and she would not take it if it were sot g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

P5s ¥ -Nr * V 'v.- © „ \ \0 I# v 0 £ 0 Advertising Talks SUSTAINED EFFORT IN BANK ADVERTISING The Only Kind That Is Effective and Productive of Re- sults. By WARREN R. GILLIAM. A few months ago we received in our morning's mail a request from a banker in the middle west to send some one to tell him how to advertise his bunk so that he could get his money back—plus profit. I went to see him, and he told me that his bank had been established in the community ever since the town ■was little more than a "crossroads." He related how the farmers settled on the land nearby, increasing in num- bers every year; how the bank grew, how the town "took on" electric lights and later paved streets. Then how an- other man, seeing an opportunity, started a bank on the corner across the street, and how it grew. Finally be foresaw the probability of still an- other competitor "coming to town," so he "got together" with the bank across the street and jointly they bought or otherwise secured control of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 2 May 1913

'•if A i~ { W # ■ ■WC Tire Wm. Killgore Co's II * * * * * * # * M M X a X X s X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X First Monday Bargain Sale Will Easily be the Finest Array of Bargains of the Season. Each of our six large departments are now packed with goods suitable for t he Spring and Summer purchases, and at prices that will satisfy the closest buy er. We present below a few items for that day. $1.00 1.00 95c 1.20 40c 1.00 1.00 65c 25c 1.00 2 I Groceries Department 24 Granulated Sugar to a customer 5 lbs. good bulk coffee 12 cans Birthday corn 12 31bs. Wapco Tomatoes 10 lbs backet sorghum 22 lbs. Plento beans 16 lbs. Black eyed peas 1 lbs. Green Tea 7 bars swiss laundry soar 10 lbs. Lard Compound Hardware Department 3-4qi Gray enamel pudding pau lftr W7gt Gray enamel kettk 25r 1-bqi Gray enaiue Berirr. itetik* 35t Ne-12 23c Gaivanizec paii iot 20( *4Onit.*m*-s ^*% i' 4- - ' /1 i « .£21 i 4-' UIUKWV L.4JL* ' ♦' VU W! * t' lUi IM Cedar bucke: wurti. $1.00 ior 80c m-B^S^0t^ssssssu. iui' w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

lAI'll Q Q O ® 3P® © • oc-!> © @ CS3 O r-c5 002=s«? s sss? « s&cce* * 5~r: oo o co oocxz^oo co coco c-q> c35s5e2ss s3 ck2sa ® □ a a 2C3IX-J3C^C230 GOO COCO© C 0 0 O £3 © 0 Th V>" o oo':::j =>o c~)e—Dcr^sD co o - v . al ' ' ■ )ao ° ° /k °O/0 < <t % sville Tim $muntb :•£. « V** ./ A VOL.XXV1II COLl.lNSViLU . < (■A Of r<v If u ■s: X.AS, FRIDAY, MAY, I) 1913 >d- £• race CoiLI'l XiMVS IU .it llll DRV GOODS MILLINERY GROCERIES HARDWARE Qex|ei<c|l ii|Gi^cl)c|r[(iisG qqd fqi'm supply s{oi<e. Oqi' goods qi/e coins'}qi| (- ly Hoiqg oi]( qqd qife 11) g if G f o ir G fro G1| O b if A/[illiijc{i/}r c}i|d el u ess goods qi<e of \l\e lq|Gs| sjyle qqdfiqisl\. WliGi] yotj c[i<e ii\ to^vq yotj qi<e ql^vqys -Welcome q| \t\e Poiible Stoie W3 strive (o lie!l* our ciisioipers and appreciate your trade. W. I BRUCE ColliHfcville, Texas. • et seal tmd e!. cap way t« • kiii 4 * i ,>h bri ui'.'dn grass ami ail <>t ht-; , £ v. gjS/ ti ?■: .21 AH *m vegetat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

R y' ■BBi ,1* THE COLL1NSV1LLE TIMES J. L* HARBISON, Publish* COLLINSVILLE, - - TKXAJ ^-4. FOUR MORE NEW YORK POUCEMEN CONVICTED CHARGE AGAINST DEMOTED IN- SPECTORS WA8 CONSPIRACY TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE. AN ATTACK~0N "SYSTEM" District Attorney Regards Verdict Moat Important Yet Won in Hia Campaign. / FREE SPEECH CAMPAIGN BRINGS LONDON RIOT TRAFALGAR SQUARE SCENE OF WILD DISORDERS AND SCORES OF FIGHTS. FREAKISH STYLES SEEN IN PARIS ' ' < 40,000 PEOPLE GATHER Sovernment'a Alleged Inference with j Righea of Citizens Denounced by Speakers. New York.—James F. Thompson. James E. Hussey, John J. Murtba anc* Dennis Sweeney, the four demotec police inspectors charged with a con spiracv to obstruct justice, were con victed by a jury in the supreme cour Tuesday. Only 38 minutes were taken by th jurors to reach their verdict that th« defendants were guilty of a rnisde meanor in plotting 10 keep a prospec tire witness against the "system" from making graft disclosures before tni grand jury. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

r o 9 U •? 1 1 1 -M i SERIAL STORY STANTON WINS Eleaaor M. Iogrom Author of "The Gam* and the Candle." "The Flying Mercury," etc. lUutbaMoru hy Frederic Thsrcbsrgh Topjrlghi Mi The Bobbs-iierrlU Company 1 SYNOPSIS. At the beBlnnlnK of groat automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange yquth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and Is ac- cepted. In the rest, during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger, Miss Carlisle, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which San- ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch With Stanton, tells of his boyhood. CHAPTER V. fContinued.) Stanton gasped. Where had his memory been, not to recall the name of Floyd? A multitude of confused recollections rushed across his mind, of that famous manufacturer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

I , fi -V J* I •• ,! S3 A if !? |j h t! || :? v s r; 1 - ■ - i Edna Hat bison, Lncal Kditor. iltcred at the CoIIInsvllle t'ostottlce at second class wall matter o ? O He News Matter received after Wednesday v«i,% Q 'i'l final itm. i ■ IT.TV-- fdverti.se it., until orSt in One \ ear )XE larked fore • o 0 ® $i.oe io« Our <•■ ti . II i> barn I:.riff qe~- 1, latere led an umendiijcnt to 1 he cn-li tution adopting the initiative hi <1 referendum. This will give tb« standpatters a jhance 1.1 instruct the peojfle-oii^tbe eviTb of that measure, but when the tight U everthey will wjih they had>nev- er been b u n. Those opposed t< t: > measure wiiy^ch*har4l tijnc (luining that people are lift competent t'. pus- ;u public quo lions. 0 °£S tfKDI^NW°>co 0=0001 Be it or I.lined by the town neil of th«- town (if Coliiu?- ii >• i ii.;l horeaf.C! i". *bui! be u : lawful for an\ person to hitch any tirtni-M to any teb plume j.o-1 or any other pest, or in any way in J house i i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

iQ9 ' «4* «.♦ ♦« V* V * ♦' ■;;;:;:•:!:CO CC-8C COOS- o e Sale '-O Qf (DO C3 <3<K>©0 er3© © @ © © )C0 / C3 GO GO C30 OO. QO , O 00 03O CD P O OO \Ve have made up our mind f Iiat everthing must go reardless of valiteor former prices. We pur oh as discount *?i ties of Me a ■n rx c a u -xji O j? 4.* j * > tli'.-/ ,< « . * «*-•* 1 ne* ■ - T « C4 J bis: $ «> e c? $ & & 0 © Lociuv~aii<l IVrs4/mil Mrs. J. A. Ilamin is very 1 . % ^ -.** vo w. v f ob sick this week, e o Mrs. Sum liogers iiovisit- ipg.in Bells this week. C. J. and Herbert Putter- son were ii) Sherman, Friday. F. M? 1 Robertson was in Whitesboro, Thursday. S. F. Bo\vlin<r was in Dal- Clean Sweep 0 ®O0 © ® 393 £) © r> .. ■. v ^ > ' Y •-/ "3 'I' 1/ '■ uuyv Cr A --j 1-- - \ '■ " *" ■ ^ I Li i. Li LJ i —a wi u A ■+* /*"* "■ Av ' Ad'T | -• ? '3k l/; O < u i y .4 J. Oifu- iw uin = .lux de- in I'ei| Dc)ys of Uqeqqqled Plaice Malsin^ V I i *. ... ® I las, Saturday. O W* P- Helphrey was in ? *;f ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

8 ' t ) 9 J f f i f M fj { [ j IJ J ' - c' mrnL^mim^L TfTTTr^ ' i j- 3 fi I:'"' L i' < b: t ft .j • w 11 If i 8 i 1 «f| N I 3 n i i « :!i 1 Si'iSiiiiS /W'n '< — SililiiiiiiitKxHiii'ni'iii :cv £> / For Every Baking CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it nrckes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest in quality. At your grocers. m RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'* Pure Food Erp* ftitioo, Chicago, ii«. Pari* PxpoMtion, Froac^ March, 1912. X&SX'^: You dan'I taoe money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don I ha filled. £L-y CalunuJ. It's more economical—more wholesome—fives hat tern!:*. Calomel Is far superior to soot mrii'i and ssdz. To Clean Rubber. „ A rubber coat can be nicely cleaned by the use of automobile soap, a jel lylike substance of dark color, which can be procured at any automobil) supply store or at a garage. The soap can be used for other g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

f a> & s at * b :? I J I A ift: .: kind of cows to buy hoes crops in the orchard Animals Not Adapted to Dairying Cause Failures. To Obt ftr Best Result* It Is Essential Thfct Strict Dairy Type Be Kept ■•Beef Value ofo8econdary Importance. (By E. A. MARKHAM, Idaho Experi- ment Station.) It Is not difficult to find men, even In the most- prosperous dairy com- munities, who do not believe that dairying pays. They have tried it and failed. Some have purchased good stock, but poor management or false economy in housing or feeding pre- vented them from getting the results they expected, but by far the largest number of these failures are due to the use of animals that are not adapted to dairying. Those who purchase a few cows when the price of butter fat is high and sell them off when the price goes down naturally have a rather poor opinion of the dairy business. To ob- There Is Money In Butter Making. tain the best results it is essential that the animals purchased for the dairy s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 9 May 1913

, A* •fT'! ►f f I I $ I * v« \r i \r *. ' > I N - G O O O o o o' G o GD O Q O o O & *.V. - * > 1 f • <: ' *■ • m — * \ * *•-*. y . 2. . . ■ * 1 CC Geo CSC2 * V <§> ^ivp 30 O iO CD C3T3C CO 033003 O OOO —• oq czd err.: - —3 err* czo o o C-i: I ? r i ? ! P I ) •> R •' ¥ i i4*-' N s i i ^_ iii' i 1 f ! !*&**> ■ I i li" ?TO!^y2. L* fs '.•iVf , ' ! < i .';'4 .i> 'Sl I N * .•>:« • *«* ' • ; ;£ \ f- >1 :W p> I r; WUfc,^ W.i \ 1—' V < v^'a-^'-, "i - - ; • - fo% 4 t, ' -&*•$ >r" f--t Ms if 11 if it f- 1 .•iK"' K -gs «T3K^^-' O * A . J . Y T ■ r v. £ Jf I j o M* ■1 |i nrmiaiiona T FOR SMAR Spring St>yfes and the Finest O? A!! Wool Fabrics International Made=to=Measu re Clothes are especially commended. Coine and see them for yourself and learn at first hand what dress ele= GANCE re a I ly means. $100 REWARD $100 The readers of this paper will ■)8 pleaded to learn itnd there is ;il t.rii dreaded di.-ea^p that * }<:npi !•• - •« n • K|o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

v T "* >'« 'ill £'• • .. :->. 0O ® OO SO O (s.' rO GOCcr.DCDCJ® Ky) 4?, I#>* srH" I iy- iks au •y h* •Vyv ro © } o OOOO OOO YOL.XXVIII C0LLIN6V1LLE, GRAYSON COUNTY, HOXAS, FRIDAY, MAY lti, 1913 NO. 21 fa X. Spruce DRV GOODS M i L.L.I N ERY GROCERI El£> hardware: Qenci/ql irvetfctiqudise qqd fqi<m stjpply sjo^c. Ox\i< Goods z\i<e cor|s|qq|- ly goiqg oi]| qqd qvo fi'esl). Oki< c\i\d of 1 !|< s| vie. cirpl yoq qi'R iq |oa( h yot| qi<e q I av t|y s -vf e 1 co iq c q t 1h e Double Store We strive to help our customers ami appreciate your trade. W. I, BRUCE «* T< xas. Hrntnot Mm n H A is 1 v<i> u 1 CO o firm ViJiit an uw Times therefore Af illiiiqif)r goods c{ 1- G Wl]oq Will (jive Away litindsomc Piano and other s rizes. Contest Offers Opviortunies to Ladies of u Collinsville end surrounding Country : V i I I C Tho Collinsville Times inaug- • have beautiful pn'zos or various urates this week one of tne groat- kinds est voting contests ever held ii-1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

, *' * *s?' "* ' wr 'se « 'v| ;v «5i iy. ■^.^StSiSSmz i I I I: $ *>■« fv. i i tf r fei THE COLLINSVI LLfc TIMES I. L* HARBISON, PsWrtar CQLLiySVILLB. - "T TSXA1 REPUBLICANS BEGIN FIGHTJN WILSON DILATORY TACTtCS CF MINORITY DEFER CONFIRMATION OF HAH- Rir APPOINTMENT, CHARLES W. BELL OPPOSITION IS OBDURATE Duramfs Friend* Will Strive tc Hold Him •« Office of Census Di- rector Until July 1. Washington.—Senate Republicans began their fir*t big fight on Frej-ioen} Wilson's nomination when ibe appoint meat of W. J. Harris of Georgia ai director of the census, succeeding E Htnn Durand, vat taken up in execiir tire session. For nearly five houri tile senate played at crotfe-purposei on the Harris nomination without evei entering into a ditcusbion ot the mer its of tbe case. The Republicans forced roll call af ter roll call on questions of procedure j insupport of tactics irhich the I Democrats termed dilatory. Motion to put tbe nominations over until Fr.day j and until next week were put...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

G C3 O ° o *. *• er SERIAL STORY <Y> Ui r ;s w b a:::J STANTON WINS By Cleaner N. Ingram Autlior of "The Game and the Candle." "The Flying Mercury," etc. tlkulrationi by Frederic Tbornburgh '^opingiii UR The Sottas-MorriU Cuuipau/ « SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile race ttx mechanician of the Mercury. Stanton a machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, unci is ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which San- ton is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track sick, but makes race. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) There was a bad turn. His ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collinsville Times — 16 May 1913

O A ;t 1 w ft -4 * i F4 if h < £ I I J f 1 : r k il * 8 I I !i !? ? I n - •, i ii i! i ! 1 3 , JI t v.. if,; t H .4. j f<V# • ;«r j <8> o co O SS d O C3 0C3 © © G © 0 o Q ■ma O O a 0 O 0 GfeO O SFiVEfiSJt IfUjVlO^Kr) i-)(3LL \t|S IjV PRIZES 0 TOBEDISTRIBUTED BY THE <5§ ■ \ ^ f? fqpj ^ *• -i *•/ i-.-,.- fc- J w * ^'r*4 ft*:*! Pill w M' IN ITS PRIZE VOTING CONTEST Capital {Prize which wiii be given by 'NSVILLE TIMES Ss to be an > € I eg ant $400 \ Obermeyei <£ Sons !Piano jCiko the cut shown here ■ -mnrr v.-v-: ■-:i$*W.38SPS6S^ n -TWT.'^ ^ ; ; *« M tf®ffia,iS£SS^SLi-S ■ ii ivsP.fi • 'ilaP . r^pd i-tt' ^.;.- A l wl 2' A siumborof the merchants of Col- li nwvilic have contributed valuable. i E rizes and will give "Times" Prize Vote Coupons with $1.00 cash pur- cnases. e £ S?u/es and Svegut&iions Governing Contest are gtven ffielow Ka tc TH i tii r4*! tr| da 1. ANNOUNCEMENT—This Piano and Popular Ladies Voting Contest will bo conducted fairly and honestly on busi...

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