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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 March 1925

Hwwwrwr.-. fSfci* m I 1 j I 1'' ' __ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY MARCH 5, 1925 / ( < ^ s •v i X 1 I GASOLINE Tires, Tubes, Ford Accessories. Get Your Car Washed. Have Your Crank Shaft Drained Let Us Change Your Tires. You are always welcome at the Quick-Fill. We are glad to see you drive in. When in need of air or water you ran always depend on the Quick-Fill Station to give you courteous treatment with a smile. Invite us to your Bloweuta Winnsboro Quick Fill Station Service with a Smile EDWARDS JULIAN " «ZL ii. Change of Life "When ekanc* of lift . ma," Hjri Mm. Lewis fjtfher, of Umr, He., "I •offered ee with wenaaiy weakneu. I ■uffer%d a mat tfeel « Bain In ray beef ami (Mee. My limb# weald crtnp. I 4Ua't tmjl like dotay my wen, end tsera in ao many •Um for a women U take on • ram. I wai very aoxioua to set bat tor. A tritmd roc- Hn Won't Tonic to me end I began using it I certainly Im pro rod. I went through chaniro of Ufe with- out any trouble. I can highly recommend Canlu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

vo /■ Uj ryi*KQLAA/ i tut shorn NO. 23. a~ ?7PP ~< y i I i&etos. ILSE'STATEMENT ACT I AND BAD CHECK BILL WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY THUR«. MARCH 12, 1925 ere has been so much talk it seems some misunder ding, of the false statemen and the bad check bill re- (ly passed by the L«gisl&- , that The News believes publication of the following r from Senator Pollard, to er with the two bills, wil "appreciated by our readers: e Winnsboro News, Winns- i, Texas. Dear Editor: ere has !>een some confu- as to Senate Bill number being the False Statement and Mouse Bill number ty, being the Bad Check [ Senate Bill number six by iS G. Pollard, known as the Statement Act in writing the purpose of obtaining ore that he shall be guilty of a emeanor and fined not e than five hundred dollars by imprisonment of not e than one year in the inty jail. e Bad Check Bill as passed the Senate, senate bill num- one hundred sixteen, by s G. Pollard, substituted' House Hill number eighty ch amended the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

tVlNNSBORO WEEKLY NIWS THIH8. MARCH 12, 19*A \ Wiiaskrs Weekly New* ncr R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19<|9, at the poetoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. The Pure Food Show which will be held in Winnsboro next week is one of our biggest en- tertainments during the year. Of course we all go to the pic- ture show, but the Pure Food Show is different. Here we have a chance to mix and mingle and talk while at the same time enjoy the sights. Such a show is of great help to the commu- nity as a whole. We meet peo- ple and we see people that we haven't seen or met in many years. Here we have a chance to renew old acquaintances and make new ones. We understand that the officers of the show are planning for the biggest en- tertainment in their history and they have a number of surpris- es awaiting the public. This will give some of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

Pj3 ' >ne o Idio ap. eir 11 the time | out genen weak and nervous. beneath Ineys acted I get up night to | lowever, |f the back Ible." ?rs. Foster-! Buffalo fl ! and Infhwuj Tsbfctt i ! "Bromo< i box Sic. Y m er lliat IgtlS le very pat- is a ide WINNgBOSO WIMO.T OTtWI MU18. HASCH It. I MI . v . - ' 9foFLOR.SHF.IM SHOE Wi# THE HOVKfT/MS lorsheim Shoes arc the re- sult of the most experienced thought in fine shoe build- ing, skilled workmanship and best materials—a prod- uct of unusual excellence. the savoy A. refined style far the Alan Who Carts Motion Pictures, the I "NormVs favorite dish is Book* of the Future ham and egga. In New York she , likes to stay up late alter The motion picture theatre is the library of the moderns." Motion pictures are the books which line the shelves." In the future it is possible that a man may take miniaure the theatre. Some nights she would keep the dancing going in her home until 4 or 5 o'clock in the morning. And before the party went home No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

W1NN8B0KO WEEKLY NKWtt THUKS. MARCH 12, 1M8^ * * ?.• ARRIVED: NEW YORK FASHIONS Marvelous New Dresses and Coats, Late- *«,'■ ' • ' Pi* ly Unpacked, Wonderful Values They're here! New York Fahions, only a*few days from America's great style center. Here in all their glory! All the charming new styles, all the wonderful new colors! You'll want to come, go through our store and acquaint yourself with all the new Spring Fashions in wearing ap- parel and its kindred lines. Spring Dresses $9.85 At this price vije believe we are offer ing the best values in the country in . New Spring Dresses. They represent the latest thoughts of New York dress designers. Fashioned of new Spring Silk in stripes, figured design fancy prints and polka dots. Laces, ribbons, novelty buttors, etc., add to the trimming touches. Every dress in the group a real "Perkins Value." Spring Dresses $16.85 In this attractive group are Flannel Sport Dresses in bright Spring col- —Silk presses of flat Crepe and Satin Crep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

','W: ' JVINNBBOBO WEEKLY MEWS THURg. MARCH 12, 1925 rtinjIwbTer J YOUNG MEN OF FAMILY.. I To men and women who are working, close to the Lgin it is absolutely necessary to add system to Ljr spending, to insure the comfort of the family the children. Keep the household on a business basis. Know there you stand at all times by depositing your in- line at this bank, taking out only certain sums for lour needs. You will be surprised how a system of liis kind will save waste and stop the leaks which eat hto your earnings. fflST NATIONAL IIHN8B0R0, •. i BANK TEXAS i i- .) ■> "H EIGHT REASONS ir < t" For Insuring in the United Fidelity 1 An Old Line Legal Reserve Company 2 Organized in Texas for Texas P«(bple 3 Seventeen simply worded policies—to meet every individual need \ V * ►'*; 4 Rtasonable Premium Rates 5 Liberal Benefits and Options 6 Quick, Efficient Service direct from Home Office 7 Disability Benefits and Double Indemnity when desired ' U t", , '. i ' • • 8 Accident Insur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

\ v J f EDNA FERBER ILLUSTRATIONS BY CLARK AQNCW. c. WNtJ Serrlca SYNOPSIS IX/ST l—Introducing Jong) tn hU Infancy. And lflf Bar, Sellna PeJong. daughter of Peak*. gambler and gentleman artuna. Har llfa, to roung woman I la Chicago In llll, haa baan ua- jarentlonal. somewhat (aamjr. but (aatarallr enjoyable At school bar Zbusi la Julia Hampal daughter of lMuat Unmpal, butchar Simeon la kiuii In a iiuarrel that la not hla own, tad Sellna, nlnataan years old and •raotlcally destitute. bacomea a scboal- UMhar. OHAPTBR II—Sellna ssr.ures a pesl- tlon aa taachar at tha High Pralrls Uool. la tha outaklrta of Chicago, log at tha home of a truck farmar, Pool. In Roalf, twalva years •on of Klaaa. Sallna perceives a Id red spirt*. a lover of beauty, Ilka tatfsail. CHAPTER III.—Tha raonotonona life of a country school-teacher at that time, la Sallna'a. brightened eomewhat >y the companlooshlp of the sensltlvs. artistic boy Roelf. (MI A PTE It IV.—Sellna hears gossip concerning the affection...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

IST^I W the 'Uth JESS" "me prep 'Hie C Ithat the ^ ] teachers hi [. stapling i experts in r week's tit Jds Septemli book. "Achlev It tlx- Cotti ly $11 59 l!S Mo JO Ithm I I M Ihr.) I lie Big Store The Leading House Mayer & Schmidt TYLER, TEXAS Beautiful New Summery SILK DRESSES —AT Fifteen Dollars FOR THREE DAYS SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY (.one are the sombre gowns of past seasons, and in their place Dame Fashion decrees that Spring Frocks shall glow with bright colors and brilliant hues, reflecting sunshiny Hays, Light, Youth. Such grace of line, such radiance and becomingness have not been approached in many seasons. We have selected from our unusually large and well assorted stock Two Hundred Silk Dresses 4 i —that will be placed on sale for three days only, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, at the extremely low price of $15.00 These garments are made of good quality Flat Crepe, Soie de l'eau and Sulkana Silks in every imaginable color, and of the popular printed Crepe de Chene...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 March 1925

THUftS. MJtfCH II. l**& \ ■ i OOMMMMTY ITEMS HARMONY hire. Jim Wilcox is reported to |>e very sick at thig writing fiuto the flu, and it is feared ska is taking pneumonia. Mancil Reneau and the writer attended a social entertainment ai IS. L. Bryce's in the New iivine community Thursday nrfht. Tommy Mancil and Clara B. 1: -ueau and mother, Mrs. Nan- iui Reneau, and t. R. Taylor a''tended the funeral of Ben Mc L*rty in Winnsboro Saturday. tfen Anderson and wife of Fvrest Home spent Saturday isKht and Sunday with Rev. aid Mrs. W. B. Martin. fJro. P. G. Hightower of Cy- [m >3ss will be with us next Sun- dkay night and preach after the Epworth league program. Bro. Hightower is a fine preacher a/id you are invited to come and I' ar him Sunday night. file Epworth league put on a s'<-*cial program Sunday night in connection with the mission- aries in the different countries «l the world. The program was tkw best ever put on by Harmo- ny and it was enjoyed by a luge crowd. Hie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

ATM [«y Nijht Say] i! No use try melodramati Is. See— |eno ►gan IEI)Y is in L Sarly! FiD 1 HILDREN Jr. thi I of uj V ■hildren It! |hem. delii liim Ur VOL. XV. NO 24 I, I. NABORS FRUIT COMPANY SUCCEEED CAW FRUIT COMPANY WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY THURS. MARCH 19, 1925. BIRTH REPORT OF WOO!) COUNTY the fruit and truck growers Winnsboro's trade territory After operating as Cain it Co., for one season, we Ve on our own initiative sold k to the W. A. Nabors it Co., the equipment bou from them something over year ago and with this sale r (food will and wishes for iccesg (foes not only to them t the entire body of fruit ,d truck growers, using the innsboro market. We desire to thank everyone Jio contributed in any way to Whatever success we may have 1 for the 1924 season as wel to condole with those who the losses with us, en such necessarily occurre< > found, as every other ship- r, who has tried the perisha- e fruit and truck business at the sun does not always ine on our shipments, ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8 THURS- MAKCH.it, 111*,* \ ■ ■ m ANNOUNCEMENT OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: h We will open our store in Winnsboro (formerly the C ATIJRDAY, MARCH 21st J .B Roberts stock) next * with a-new and complete stock of Dry Goods and Groceries. We have added $4000.00 of new merchandise to this stock, consisting of a full line of good staple merchandise. Also a complete assortment of the latest patterns in dress goods for spring and summer. It will pay you to visit our store before buying your spring goods. ' We can save you money. We realize that money is scarce and will make low prices on goods at all times. We are in position to give you the very best prices possible. We wili sell tor cash only and will not have the expenses and losses of a credit house; therefore we can sell lor less proiit. REMEMBER THE OPENING DAY- SATURDAY, MARCH 21st , Pay us a visit that day and be convinced that we can save you money. D k M.n.„ Space will not permit us quoting prices on many items,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

WlWaBMWWBttLT WW g THUM. Muni ,t> 1MS FLORSHKTM shop lorsheim Shoes are the re- sult of the most experienced thought in fine shoe build- ing, skilled workmanship and best materials—a prod- uct of unusual excellence. THE SAVOY A refined sly/t for the Man Whc ( We have the most complete stock of piece toods and dress goods in Winntboro. Silks, Linens, ub Silks and all the pretty materials are here. Campbell's Big Five — Martins Filling Station IS NOW OPEN land doing1 business every day in the year. We are lo- jcated on WestElm street and are well prepared to pive you service in Gas, Oils, Tires, Tubes and Acces- Isoiies. Come in and try us out. You will like our ■Place fine. _ ,-vi SL X i Martin Filling Station Texas Products COUNTY AGENT FOR WOOD CO. , 1 the can buy it in winnsboro The Winnsboro Weekly News and the Dallas Semi y News both one year f°r $1.75. Weekl The Lion's Club at Mineola last week extended an invita- tion to different places over the county, as well as to Distr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

h'"V"\w " WINNSBORO WEEKLY wawa THIRS. MARCH Fine Repairing, Clocks Optical Goods. All Woi Guaranteed • v liflq ii | i fj I 'If HV11 >«.® \ \ J i I t H UIM , j . * Every key a pass on Monday and Tuesday if accompanied with one paid admission of equal value. Except April 20th and 21 st keys will not be accepted. THE MYSTERIOUS KEY AMUSU THEATRE •s Feature picture to be shown on Mondays and Tuesdays- "Lillies of the Field ' March 23 and 24. "The Cyclone Rider," March 30 and 31, other features to be announced later Attend The Afternoon Shows Open From 1 p. m., To 11 p. m., Everyday Deal with merchants who give keys and save 30 per cent on the dollar. Below is a list of mer- chants who give keys. White Front Cafe Hitt & Craddock Cruce Service Station Service Garage Keys good on Mondays and Tuesdays beginning Monday March 23 to Tuesday May 5th, keys will not be accepted after this date. . f Methodists, were you one of the 100 absent last Sunday? Don't fail to be in Sunday school. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

locks "Wo, _W1NW8B0BQ WEEKLY NEWS THUR8, MARCH 19, 1925 t H. T |iemidge J. H. Ja kt week. Lnd son, ire visit Donalds ilds and ed to Sh |s in Spri ly, (ordinlly i mis? |The Eflfl the ii to unily ►now in- for of eat IK |A8 ral Educational—Entertaining—ProgT«s«ive MUSI) THEATRE More than a Theatre—A Community Inatitution ODAY ANl) FRIDAY The Most Sensational Picture Ever Produced! A vital drama of today that every member of every [ji'v should see! 1 the picture op the hour With a cast of live wire stars! |RA HOW, FORREST STANLEY, MYRTLE STED- MAN. HUNTLEY GORDON, ROBERT AGNEW WALTER LONG icted by I/wis Gasnier Universal Jewel. LIFE! LOVE! SUSPENSE! truly you've never seen a picture like this! Also—"Bright Lights"—Comedy lilas 2">c — — —• — —Children 10c SATURDAY jtomantic Tale of the Id and Woolv West! J. B. WARNER —With Both Fists Flying Fast— Both Guns Spittin' Fire! IN [ORSE SHOE LUCK' A Great Western Romance ALSO- About the best comedy you ever saw —"WESTWARD WHOAH!" Mas 2fic — ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

—,———- . ** EDNA IFERBERI IlLUWTRATIONSB BY CLARK AQNCW. c. WNU Mrrloa SYNOPSIS APTBR I.—Introducing iDaJooff) In hla Infancy And •r, lllnt |) J n . daughter ■ Peak*. i mbl«r and «anttai an*. to rouiii woman la llii THURS. BIAUCH It, 1925 s Chloaco la llll, haa baan ua- Jonal. aomawhai aaarar. bat \f enjoyable. At aoboal bar ■ Julia Haaipel. daughter of Hampal, butcher Simeon la In a quarrel that la not hit own. p*llna, nlnataaa Mara old and tioalljr daatltata, becomes a acbool- har. OHAPTBR II—Sallna aaonraa a poal- tten aa taaohar at tha Hlah Pralrta aohool. la tha outaklrta of Chleap, Urine at tha homa of a truck faraiar. KImi Pool. In RoaU. twalra year* uUl. aon of Klaaa. Ballna paroalraa • kindred a lover of baauty, Ilka kaPMai- * CHAPTER III.—-Tha monotonous llf* •f a country aohool-taaohar at tkat Uttiti. la Bella*'*, brlahtetied aomawhai hr >na eompanloaahfp af the aenaltlra, artlntlc boy Roalf. CHAPTER IV.—Sallna herri aoialp oonoernln* tha affection of tha widow I'aarle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

u< Ot WWKSBORq WBBKLY NEW B THUB8. MARCH 19, 1926 •'WU1CB3 I t deal of i prk. CLA88H . can tnakeii M. qualifyiwJ I Qorviiku _i pNESS" come pri fee. The I that the l Ie teachers i pg, staplin experts L ur week's I ends Septi Ie book. Ik "Acliie It the Cd re He feel atl I the day i |rge lob llors yourl ho Maths and up. j I the. IfODGI brietor. 50 ould You Make a ng Journey in an 'x Drawn Wagon? rou would not do that, and you should be ir from using Implements of that age as ising that means of transporation. just you is surprising how many farms in thi8 farming community are not properlv • ,nw far™ d0,y°V k"ow 0 that are properly equiped and how many Jied rooms to care for the implements on the farm ? lock your farm with the best implements obtainable and have a shed room to (hem dry when not in use. eaking of the best implements obtainable makes us think of McCormick-Deer- & 0 and Chattanooga farm tools and implements. We have noticed a number of h in this section who we have ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 March 1925

J . m I? !• I " WINN8BWM) WBEKLT THU1S. MARCH 'W A Feature Showing of Spring Mer- chandise, Beginning THURSDAY The new silks, English Broadcloths Linens, wide Laces, Braids, Trimmings etc, Kibbons, Uices, Buttons etc. A sale of three hundred pairs of ^^ies and Misses Oxfords and Pumps to close out at $2.95 and $3.95 (Good Styles) $1.25 and $1.50 Silk Hose for 95c. A 25c table of colars arid trimmings. Novelties etc., sold 50c and 75c. Style Show Millinery and Popular Priced Millinery will be featured Thursday, Friday and Satur- day. You have an opportunity to select from a large stock. Every advantage of style, colors, prices is now offered you. Pattern hats will be sold. $6.75, 8.75, $10.75, $12.50. The aew scarfs purses, novelties, buy now. We will show such merchandise as we are now displaying at such reasonable prices at the Pure Food Style Show Thursday and Friday Attend the Pure Food Show Thursday Friday and Saturday. We feel that the ladies appreciate our efforts in presentin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 March 1925

Co. recdn [praise for In in lay. Expen iave made Come in eai of the prices will | h. after rices of 18,11 coats the i XA1 ?aned and | I Top, $1.50 Ion four I Corn >llow Dentl at ?o.25( $8.0 Jits, field! Its 100 $| 1000 is ioo $4 150; lan Ints. (. Blackb ];n it and I Lit Tetf| lant I, phonal loi! plue fction and y<> Iperie ligs—n lout 8*1 ror nd f*| iptioaj sef'I ladvtfJ .• ^1 ri ialSloi f Ladiei parel, L Mch. || xv. no. 25. itmsbora Itlcmn ;V (tug. / hNNSBORO TO VOTE ON $50,000 OND ISSUE TO ERECT AND EQUIP ANOTHER SCHOOL Mill mm thk mass meeting ■ursuant to a call for L meeting for the purpose wscussing and deciding me- [by which a solution of the taded condition of our joIs could be remedied. A King was held at the City March the 18th at 4 ~ being called to order by re J. 11. Heavers, President The School Board, b. f. hpbell was elected chairman JC. M. Cain Secretary. The [irman, Mr. Campbell stated [object of the meeting in a Jr appropriate talk in which [called attention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 March 1925

s ) I n :! £''' <i 1ST i i. WTNN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 2«. 1 2S " eona.ii ferberJJ ILLUSTRATIONS BY CLARK AQNEW. c erriafci kr DoaklMir. >mi * Cm WNt; Barrio* SYNOPSIS A.JPTKK t—Introducing "io B! l> Joom) In hla Infunoy. And 9 [i*iua(. daughter o n Pukt. |imbl«r and gantlamaa ta Har lit*, to round woman C'liloaio In till, has baan un NBiawhal aaamy, but iofabla At achool har U Julia Hamral. dau«htar of t HempOl, butohar Slmaon la kill*4 in a. quarral that la not his own. •at ■•Una, nlaataan jraara old and gMtballr daatltuta. Wacomaa a arhoal- UHAfTIR II—Sallna aaouraa a poal- tlan aa laaohar at tha High Pralrla pehool. la the outskirts of Chleaso. Uflaf at tha horn* ef a truak farmar. Klaa Pool. In Roelf. twalve raara old, aon of Klaaa, Hallna parcalvaa a hlndrad atilrtt, a lever of baautjr. Ilka karatk. CHAFTBR III.—Tha monotonoaa llfa «r a country aohoal-taachar at that time, la Salinas, brlghtanad aomawhat by tha oorapaaloaaalp of tha aanaltlva. •rtlatle boy Roalf. oan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 March 1925

. ta th«fc ••>•4, ktt itk k warmth. «rU! «■* ««i7' maka in? *ItM be*, th* h," Company 'on* never «u |_ eveningi b*f^ "I there ot* , Mrt' April, hi 'I* Dirk hid " farm tor tb« *. P*"!* Arnoldi the Kuster haifr Invited Dlrkili '• Prairie "'en spent two t Aft« the b* ■tlrlr avenue „ seemed «|raM(, Sure. njoyed Hlrk',, ■ account! of from them u _ «* he had bi(| [probably, iat you hid to i rlably, like , ^ 'or dinner, | I grand? Jmij. [tier now. WdlM lar Aug Heispdi |r of the |r o__, lgc. She would) T": "Maye_. |n't believe I'd i ell, I'll have It | you come I Irom Julie." le'tl be home l pllows he'd mi] kited him te | |the Inke t J Sfhnii exclL |otlceahle nioi with panic In | and he woi |-y minute of | | the water. , lg. First I? Whatkuj KHy talkative| lilujf surly i| taciturn I Dutch inn wan more td |la lila convemd " I ' He did repetition, I light It. Sellnn to ichool | b —lefi I |n you are I nty. I.aat |he was i Too bid Ively (old i Instead ot I'ent." V hotly. "SI* lof llll-S llli...

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