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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 July 1924

m f Tf W1NN8BORO mSEKLY NEWS, JULY 10. 1924. : harmony HOW TO QUALIFY FOR A POSITION EXTRAORDINARY SALE PRICES IN JULY All Summer Merchandise will be reduced to the very lowest prio es, as we are anxious to clear the decks for Big FALL Plans. Come in and see what a saving it means in:— All Dresses on our racks All ladies and misses shoes Hundreds of pairs of Hosiery Silks at Low Prices The Lowest Possible Prices on Voiles, Swiss and Summer Dress Goods. A 95c sale of hosiery, in all the new shades, 22 1-2 in. boot silk. Other specials in Ladies', Men's atd Children's Hosiery lCc, 15c, 25c, 49c, 95c, $1.49 and $1.98. One table of dress goods for 19c per yard, worth up to 39c. Staple dress goods at sale prices. See our Remnant Counter. Silk Crepe-de-lene dresses that will be good for early fall wear also, now $6.95, worth $13.75. Special summer rates in our Gar- ment shop. It will pay you to have dresses made now. Expert hemstitching and pleating. Ice Water and Electric Fans THE ENTERP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

J Hi itmsboro XIV. -NO. \'L W1NN3BQRQ, WOOD COUN1Y, TEXAS, Davidson Speaks to Large Crowd Saturday , JULY 17, 1924. |B DEMOCRACY OK WOOD COUNTY ePt for~the tluee years the county for the hear m\ family, I have been , .rhool work in Wood Co. years. 1 am now run- f upon my own merits and Ideation - uor the n. The PIRATES LOOT SHIP q . ( —- okjmmoo liquor oenator Morris Sheppard fringing a startling st< Speaks to East Texas Voters how pirates looted her of $500,. $1.25 PER YEAR. Lieut. Gov. T. W. (Whit) 00? w<> th of liquor fourteen o * r* ^ _ Davidson spoke at the Carne- °^f the New Jersey coast, oCfl&tor I* rOITl 1 6X£LS RfiVlfiWS trie Auditorium thfi irMA nk ..A. -«_ _ IIV? Ivff • Record and Takes Stand on • Important Questions > ~.V" "u~l •—"«" x/uvju- „,fcI1 unu p|i°/V8 khepptud for- made is due to the develop- to serve the sch-json in the Legislature, introduc ni,anned by a dare-devil crew ™ "y, i Pittsburg lexas, but ment of Galveston harbor. For interest of thej...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

' And their job. They represent a type who doubtless have suffered somt dissapointment, some fancied wrong, and they have brooded over it until everything lookB dark. They fail to see a brighi spot anyplace in the future. Iiome and all that it means Advertising rates made known depends upon the viewpoint. If Wiiusbm Weekly News B. Weir, Editor 41.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as MCand-das* mat- ter. September 24, 1909, at tfc pos toff tee at Winnsboro, Tex* ander the act of March 8, 1879. on application. Published Every Thursday The News is under obliga- tions to Clarence E. Gilmore, railroad commissioner and for- mer newspaper man for a book- let containing the laws relative to the printing and publishing business. It is u valuable refer- ence book for the country pub- lisher. The value of the radio as u disseminator of news was wonderfully demonstrated dur- who SAYS "WHAT'S THE iug the New York convention. USE?" Owners of receiving sets in| . Winnsboro were able to sit in A young n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 17, tftM, 'Sponsors of Page School Initiate Nationwide Appeal for $1,000,000; Prominent Men. Enlist in Movement \ —~ **mmmm XVOKH fM&R OWEN 0. YOUNG OR. V£*MinmOQQ\ The Lost Will Did Not Allot Them the Farm By FRANK FILSON . •■ttfn Newspaper Union.) ••Jyf A«*.M *«1<1 Toiu Halloran, "Mr. Allien |h filing to foreclose the u origug,; UI1 that flve ucre field." Canada to K—p Ruins of Fori at Monummnk Fort ('humbly, situated twenty mile* southeast of Montreal on a consplcv- ou headland of the Richelieu river, •tanUa out aa one of the moat notable and pk-turestjue ruing In Canada. Ita Importance aa a valuable hlatorical memorial of the early military period of the Dominion reaulted, a few yeara ago, in Ita being placed under the care of the Dominion department of the Interior to be preaerved for tlie bene- fit of future generations. Step* have her four il'mi'*? 'J*'** 01 ' -,nt'4' tuken by the department to ?Lr !"lU forty ye«w. looked up] arreat the find...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

mm i i li • WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS, JULY 17, M4. SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clock. Optical Goods. AH % Guaaanteed JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS mained out of the klan debate at this convention. Davis, a man of great per- sonal magnetism, is tall, amply built and handsome with white hair contrasting pleasantly with his youthful complexion and figure. His features are regular and his manner digni- fied. There was a good deal ol humorous comment in the con- vention during its early stage over the possibility that Davis John William Davis, dipk>- of the Ku Klux Klan out of the mat and lawyer, has served his platform, who, in 1912, at Bal country as a member of Cong- timore, swung the nomination ress for two terms, Solicitor from Champ Clark to Woodrow r,General of the United States,1 Wilson, and who time and again representative of the United has made the Democratic party States on the Prison Exchange! obey the crook of his little fin- might be nominated because of Commission at Geneva a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

WINNSBOR 4nsboro HENDERSON, = JEWELE R • m _ - — AT FOWLERS TEXAS- Take Us Into Your Confidence If you have financial problems of any kind. We'll gjgdly be of service to you—whether you're seeking jdvice relative to a loan, a Will, Investments or any other subjects that has to do with money matters. I whatever advice we give you, you can rest assured, it'll be to your best interests. Come in and get ac- quainted. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry and baby and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Christian, parents of Mrs. Hen ry, of Wellington 'have been visiting relatives in this section several days. Earl left Winns- Iwro fiv« years ago and for the past three years has been liv- ing in Wellington. He said he had (iane without the News about a long as he could and ordered his name placed on our list. A. E. Chaddock and family returned Saturday from a ten- days visit in Galveston and other places, reporting a good time. Bass say^ they run in a heavy rain Friday at Hills- boro and hia car got stuck in mud at Ri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

WINNSBORO ,Y NEWS, JULY 17, 1924. «u rm11 i R | "f; j 7 I J| .f ■ Mfff ?P tV i • $ • f 1 if"!''' ylli I ■ i 1. ' 'j-.s aaaa- Congressman Morgan G. Sanders Refutes Mr. Beavers Charges By the Congressional Record (r: the Voters of the Third Congiessional District: In his speeches over the District. Mr. Beavers is charging • that I have never made but one speech in the House of Ueprc- jsentatives and that against the ten million dollar appropriation tort Worth is visiting relatives • I t « M t ? « i f7X(j / ii ■ i i t i • 1 ' i«. i jmnmutvD are in jtfor German Relief, and he also charges that I never introduced ■ a bill in Congress. These chargvs are i>ot true. On Tuesday, June 21. 1921, 1 made a speech in Congress on j'Ji. R. No. 5760, a bill which 1 introduced in the ltouse on Mav t!i, 1921, and which was a bill "'To amend Section 1 of the Inter- state Commerce Act a? amended by the Transportation Act of .1920, and expressly recognizing the jurisdiction and power of • the states t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

«n AMENUMKNT | printed or written on their ball- TO CONSTITUTION ote: "For amendn\nt of See- - | t on 61 of Article 3 of the Gon- Lr TO GRANTING stitution authorizing the Uir- ^VeDERATE ! fj?turf t01JTrttnt a/d to Con- l' LmMK [federate soldiers, sailors and GLORIA SWANSON IS DICTATOR OP STYLES PENSION^ their widows who have been a r „ w„ 10 resident of this State since jo.nl Resolution No. jamiftry 1( mo „ and «ARain8t A. an* 'amendment to Section 51 of nffria';. SfS of the A,^cle. 3- * Constitution, n51 ot f Aw, state of, auth?riz'ng the ^Mature to tilutl0n wide that the ?rant ®ld.,to. Confederate sold- to Provld' nen ■ 8 and their widows." jlature iju > « aoldiers' ^ec" **' e Governor is 110 eonfw «■ ate . w„ : hereby directed to issue the " a"! f . tizms of P^'amation for said election to January the same "i™"'W8"r°r """ ntar of "My American Wife" • uU Ran on Hair Curb* and Waves. PLEA BY BOY WINS $30,000 OF ESTATE eligible thousand ($.r>,000.00) dollars or so much "^"i''i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 July 1924

I) I II;: •4 f 5* <fIWN8B0K0 WM8KLY NEWS, JULY 17, 1924. PUELEY Having never seen a letter from this place will try to give a few items. BUSINEESS IS THE WAY TO ler Commercial College — how aiimcss i others won success now me" and women come to us from all It has long been known that over the world to take courses _ * * . .. —of the opportunities open to J. A Cannadny dined >t B. th* .'"?!!'" " ^ "£■' the ,fuJ"n D PAiomnn'ft SiinHii richest opportunities are to De n(JW for the 208 page book. Mr^lMre^Hainton r V'% Commmi" tended singing t Rock HiU lh,t >,*u* ty1". Texus- Sunday. nwn often achieve greater sue-: Na,ne ev^.'ce&s before they are thirty than. Address Mr. aiui Mrs. Harrison Shear (MMI, man q/«kiovo in nfhpt i er and SAINTS WHO MADE IMPRESS ON TIMES - . e . Jmany men achieve in flight and Sunday with TWn Shearer and family. Hie Methodist meeting start calling in which every man Bro. Butler has secured Bro. wonmn d chUd is a -<pr08. Shivers to help m the meet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

U) TW Sin itmsboro JBeckiij 3Ccta)&. VISITS . WINNSBORO V popo of Corpus Chris- Lm ' '• <°Tr w?n° UeduM to spa* lrl W'"" , Monday night was unable r.n his engagement on ac- a delay in getting here Lid that he got off of the 1 on the way from Jeffer- | and also had car trouble I delayed him. (r. Pope if winding up his pjgn by making three and f speeches a day. He said ■ he intends to continue |his direct to-the-people cam L until the last day of the 1 m not g >ing to have any frilly in my home town on I last night, as many of the Ididates are doing," he said, rather devote that time to people who have not who they are going to ! for." Pope is confident of be- I in the run-off election. He J he was making no wildpre ions but that he believed [campaign had reached suffi pit people to put him in the nd primary . have been talking state i and state business only," ■■aid, "and have made speech ■to twice as many people as If other candidate. I believe [ platform and the speeches ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

WINNSBOBO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 24. 1924. il- " i i.( ,Wl «MMMNMTr ITEM HARMONY Marvin Bryce left Thursday tor Dallas. IWin boys are stopping with -Mr ^nd Mrs. Amos Wilcox. Oscar Taylor of Winters Tex- as. visited Mr. C. R. Taylor's •faat week. Mr and Mrs Jim Wilcox are visiting relatives in West Tex JUL mlhs Juanita Gay of Pine For eat visited Miss Juanita John- son several days last wek. Mrs. E. B. Francis is visit- ing relatives in Okmulgee Okla- ilkama. Amos Wilcox's barn was de- stroyed by fire one day last ■mua!/ Rev. W. B. Martin helped itev. R. S. Kerr in a revival meeting last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Bascomb Cra ne And children of Webster spent the weekend with Mr. :ind Mrs. T. A. Knight. The Epworth Leajrue render ed a very fine program Sunday evening. Our league is doing a Ximat work, and we hope this will continue. Remember there vitl be no program next Sun- day on account of church at Mt 7Aod, but everybody come back .the first Sunday evening in August. The revival meeting wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

HMH HfoTook Life to Avenge HI* M&atcr't Death r MlLOREO GOODRIDCE mi+frW'Xr0 ♦ ♦♦♦' N «"P S« Unlea.) •nitAN shrieked and fainted, a l -rtsrlDiof .tree! loiter.™ parted ttpreiislims of sidtemsnt, I^MiBd then horror beat out upon Ambient afternoon air at Purdy Jell) and without warning bid ip^l around the corner of ,«blic wjuure a pouting, brlatlln*. J t6 collie dog. I«01d Jud** Warren's dog I" ahouted « olces In unison. ut'ibe up to-g"ne madf he', (wen hurt—look at the I ud bin) Knt Hit ipeaker wna the village |,[t to him liotli dog and owner 1t*w known for years. With him ,lud bwn always friend and fa- * xhe animal nwung Ita blood- I ate lownrds hlra. There wus w ud pleuillng In the glance, a i fhlmp^rlng howl; but Don kept Bbbt on until lie rcu had the atone leading Into the little county ■itliouie. [for only n moment Hon faltered lit l dcpa.' Then he sprnng up them. f crowd followed. There was a sud- -ilniili nvcr all the scone. Tin then an awesome thing Imp- The dog led strai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

f ! 81H t±\ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 24, 1924. I . H f Mf.i' 1 : sf it5 a ■fo if: I i V : i 1 |1|; Hg! I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing. Clock Optical Goods. All W< Guaaanteed RAIL ROAD COMMISSION PRAC- TICAL WITHOUT CHANGES Austin, Texas, July 16— ually entered the buying and ' With one change inevitable in selling of fruit and produce; the membership of the state'became a diversified farmer; railroad commission, and two engaged in large scale handling possible, through ,• appointment of the farm and orchard pro- ! and election of a successor to ducts of Texas, shipping to ev- ■' Railroad Oommissioner Walter ' Splawn, who will become presi dent of the University of Tex ery principle market in the country. He is one businessman whjse farm life was not limi- shortly after theprimaries,' ted to his early boyhood. He re the need of retaining on the; turned to farming on alarge commissions members who has scale, and succeeded in it be- gained experience in its affairs,1 cause of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 24, 1924. innsboro C. HENDERSON, = JEWELER AT FOWLERS Take Us Into Your Confidence If Jt)u have financial problems of any kind. We'll jladly be of service to you—whether you're seeking jdvice relative to a loan, a Will, Investments or any other subjects that has to do with money matters. Whatever advice we give you, you can rest assured, it'll be to your best interest®. Come in and get ac- quainted. . I - . . FIRST (NATIONAL WINNSBORO, • • • • BANK TEXAS |r. and Mrs. A. L. Raley of Worth and Mr. H. D. Red and son, Jtoy of Dallas, 'visiting Mrs. H. R. Green family this week. |P. N. Thomas of the Quit- Democrat was here Mon- in interest of his paper. iBorn to Mr. and Mrs. C. T. July the 16th. A boy. [MM Lillie B. Reese is home Shreveport, La., where has been visiting relatives, reports a nice time. I See me for your hambur- ■s, ice cold drinks and sweet from Penn - Gorman's E. R. Brewer at Bill & id's Market. Don Roberts, candidate for county treasurer o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

Jt *> #■ ffil'l' i I \ r, '/, '• ; -fi "! ! i 1?' u % VINNSBORO WKKKLY NEWS JULY 24, 1 *2i. Wiustoo Weekly News R. Weir. fUt A year in advance Entered u second-das* mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the itofnce at Winnsbore, Texas, ler the act of Marsh 8, 1879. •: W — i '1 Advertising ratei nude known ' en application. Publiahed Every Thursday Announcements RECAPTURE OF CYNTHIA AIM PARKER RECALLED RY WRITER WHO TELLS OF IHDIAN FIGHTS By G. K. ELK1NS In the Brady Standard #or Congress, 3rd District, ... MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) i J. H. BEAVERS. For Representative, 84th Dist.: ' J.B.WOODS For State Senator, - THOS. G. POLLARD i (2nd Term) jror Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN D. R. PENDLETON For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD (Re-electon) For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL For Sheriff; H. L. DENTON. CARL PUGH R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLAi E. M. HORTON For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-elec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

~ That > Poem Wa Worth Space | carte* lT M I J" t0r ,0U' ^Lr inquired Jim Bryce, XT1 "old lady approached hla WL to publlHti a poem on 1 J«ne said. "1 writ "[ h„,iD:t Ihouuht I had the till I wus along on sev^ 5,n Jane took mud an.l the .irlu' " ",rt of *°+ L Mini nly twenty-live, a,tic Ujr n«t«r«'. ,<M* th* Mnu crlpt and ren<1 aa Ilikw. J n"' Bu<'1' paln" 'h* 'ulf 1 r«r "** ,nud a nrlion . ilih many n Uolrful son* Lfworf.. har «UP «>' wrong fully caroused. JHd *h.n thy day. «ra told. Ijint, In hallowed mold Lp,, ahill burled be; jTfuneral hell shall ring, ■tbt coinre* "on HlnK (tfin paalm for th«o put, iiui'loni," wild Jim Bryce rilly, "hut don't you think It ,oo gloomy f«r the Sentinel |k?" I does folks Rood," said the B««I(Im, I want to get my did. I haven't never hnd fpoeiiiH printed yet, and If rt this I've got nlgli on a em I'll hrlng around to you." I, being a young man. he iteil the popular apprecla- ptetry In hlx native town. At i, bt could not hrlng himself ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 July 1924

—5- It TIMES IN TEXAS thc^ early settler in Vexas' gave his first thou "Xht of the farm to the produc- <tion of corn. He could live on toe/ or fame for months at a time -without bread or salt The corn meal was a wonder- <Cuy addition to the daily fair •?I imagine was, at times 41 veal luxury, instead of a oom anon diet. Not that the settler neetfed much corn j his horses wooid not eat it, and his family learned to conserve it. The only anils were the old fashioned steel mi|ls worked by hand; to grind the corn in the miltw as a considerable task in itself. Meat was much easier obtained; still one o^uld not af- fon1 to waste powder or lead. The pioneer must be a good marksman. Earlv in 1821 corn was be- ing planted in small areas or SOME HIGH SPOTS IN DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Submit leagu? issue to a vote of the people. Further tax reduction and re vision pf the tariff. Enactment of legisation de- signed to "restore the farmer again to economic equality with other industries." Readju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

2 ][|V,—NO. 44. ilBSUPPLY getting SHOUT he City Council issued no- | last week to water consum- {o cease using city water kle lawns and other claiming that the wa- middIv was being rapidly Jted. And the city may Cbe without water. If this rue, more water should be Jed We are told tXere are springs that could be con- „a with those already in ^nd that the cost would l)e very great. If so, why ^;do it? sfteak elbertas Forney Wilcox brought to office Friday a limb from Elberta peach tree that Wined three distinct crops [fruit. The limb was from the hard of J. W. Wilcox, who j one hundred trees, fifty of Eich are of the kind just re- Ud to and the other half | the orchard of the ordinary I; Mr. Wilcox says the ik variety commences ripen- about the middle of July I continues a couple of mon- , When the orchard, which | of the Starks early Elberta, commenced bearing all were the same, but with- j a year or two the freak con tion was noticed. The fruit i the same flavor as the or kind. l&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

flaws. JVLI m p .<! ' lit J:. 4 L f J?/,''- * y •OMMNNTT HARMONY Marvin Bryce is home from Dallas. Mr. J. A. Whitten left Sat- urday for Jefferson to visit re- latives. Xanthus Banks of Commerce spent the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Lou Lamb left Friday for Dallas to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson of Quitman were week-end visi tors of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Martin. Mrs. J. A. Whitten visited in Winnsboro last week-end. Mrs. E. B. Francis returned home Saturday afternoon from a visit with relatives in Ok- mulgee Okla. Mrs. Georjfie Stokeley of Ok- lahoma City is visiting her daughter, Mrs. .E. D. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lamb of Dallas and Mrs. A. J. Barrett of Newsome were guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whittle Fri- day. Mrs. T. E. Francis and Mr. Ralph Francis of Morris Okla- homa are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Francis'. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Daniel of Daihart, Texas; Oscar Pul- lins and family of Riley Spr- ings; C. W. Reynolds and fam- ily of Abbott, Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

||led S ived Dad From Clutches of Highwaymen ; lour Ou V,, GlOKGE ELME* COBB | kl,H w..l.ru N.«P«P*r "■«• ■> L«ui win v*r J'our futl,,r WNfd I ilncereljr hope ao! But ,hiDIc(i-he k not like tha Tw, "ho used to enter Int. _ joji und sorrows. I can't un- it." lHerted Ned Wultera biont- father wos a tine buolnafli 7,' rftlred too early In life. n*v«r yet milted a nature Ilk* ft, result bas been -hflpa- drtr!" uttered l*Ha Tajlor "What a dreadful sounding U tills hy|><> -hypo—" r^rundrU. exuctly," nodded Ned. [attiet Not In the true mom. 1 fancy. Imagination, but its etc- L lufTera. A buslneae xnan Ilk* ftmr J flodH himself at leisure, noth- Jwork fur, nothing to occupy bin Result: the incgrlme, He (*U "llndi of rldlculoua deas In hie iii." ^ Ml, papn'B seems to oe a new dla- , every day. He Is crabbed and ■ 10 ill vf u*. You nre the laot id of hi* avernlon. He haa for- Im^mi tin1 limine—oh, Ned, hurry I nli inipii now." Ki^rl Taylor ottine Into view aa Ma 0t(,r spoke. Slip ...

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