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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 February 1921

' * j I i m u WHERE HARDING BASKS IN SOUTHERN-SUN THE CHURCHES (PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION BAPTIST CHURCH. The Ponce de Leon Hotel at at. Augustine, Kit., where Presi- dent-elect herding is spending hi* pre-lu augural vacation Th« ar- row Indicates the suite of room* occupied by the Harding party with balcony overlooking a beautiful garden. The yacht "Victoria." owned by 8enator Prellaghuysea, is to be used by the president-elect for an extensive cruise along the co at. The Parent-Teachers Associa- tion will meat Thursday, Feb. We had a fine attendance at 24 at 7 o'clock at the high Sunday school last Sunday and sc|1(,0i building. An admission a large crowd at the preaching fee of 10c wj]| charged. The service. Let us make next Sun- proceWj|8 to go to the Elberta, day a go-to-Sunday school day. the hi}fh gchoo| annual. Tea and Make it a bright day in your sundwic|iei} wui bs served for memory by attending Sunday 15c to those desiring. school and church. Our Sunday! MAKES LEGION PO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

i M itttt&feor a XII NO. 26 WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS FEBRUARY 25 1921 $1.5* PER YKAR ieveral Dodge Automobiles in Stock for Immediate Delivery |ee Me at Once if Your Want a Real Car. Tom S. Steed. prices HAD to come I Only a few short months ago we told you that the American dollar would be worth one hundred cents attain. O ie hundred cents will buy one hundred cents worth of goods today—and the man or woman who saved then -Is going to get just twice as much for their dollar as in the extravagant era. Im good tiiues—or bad times—money in the bank always talks. National Bank "The Old Reliable " 1 D Office and Yard North of Jim Gait's Barn. Youll Strike it Rich If vou are in thn market 'or any kind ' f LEATHBK 0(X)DS I will (juaranlee lc> SAVE YOU MONEY THE FAMOU S / Jumbo Leather Collar at "Before the War" Prices. DON'T FORGET I am sole agent for the Kanoou# Red Star Oil Stove A QUALITY STOVE OF SERVICE. Tip R. ANDERSON "THE WINCHESTER STORE" The Oil Well* Casing has been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

I ( f'fl WEAK, NERVOUS, ALL RUN-DOWN MbMiiri Lady Suffered! votH Ska Tried Cardoi.—Say* "Remit Wu Sarprmnf."—Got Aloag Fine, Bwi— Nona*! and Healthy. inning Spnugfleld Mo.—"Mr back J wo weak I could hardly stand u.. and I would have beariiK-down palna and waa not well at any time," aaya Mrs. J>. V. Williams, wife of a well-known farmer on Route 6, this place. **I kept getting headachea and having to go to bed." continues Mrs. Williams describing the troubles from which she obtained relief through the use of Cardul. "My huaband, having heard Of Cardul, proposed getting tt for me. MI saw niter taking some Cardu! ,. . that I was Improving. The reault (was surprising. I felt like a different person. **Ij ter I suffered from woal'««sa and weak bark, and felt all run-down. I did not rest well at night, I waa so nervous and cross. My husband said tie would get me some Cardul, which lie did. It strengthened ms . . . My doctor said I got along fine. I waa la good healthy condition. I cann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

Strange Cue of Cavendish I Oontlnuiil from Fage Two jjt Hip ■'rBlr "riirlnated over mo— lame w«H brought Into itt" she In- of hla shoos on «M at a Ira. WntMU, tally aroused, rant hla SriM?! the deWrtMl room. ""<1 unfolded the paper whirl, had new. eft in hla fingers. Ill* eyes took Ir. the few penciled worda Instantly. "Do not t>e an fry. 1 hud the heai of reaiiona. Meet me near the lower bridge at three o clock. Very Impor- taut. R D„ H« rend the linen over again, hla "p* emitting a low whistle. hi* eyes 'larkenlng with sudden appreciation, 't luid heeu ;i I 1ck then, n hit of play- t "tlrtfi 1|U( , ,y VVflK {)ot t|||g '' '"'i this sudden note might •• iuiondcil Yau liMrt M« to the Foot of tha tUlrar "You actually threatened him he linked ahout met" ckon that was ahout how It he admitted slowly. "Ton rather thought I waa a sorter of youra, and that I ought to lap for you." ] eye# were scornful, angry. |eed! Well, permit me to say. (restcott, that I choose my own and am perfec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

. SATURDAY Wl BE I LOOK WHAT A $ WILL DO—THIS IS FOR YOUR SENEFIT This Dollar Day event is the result of much planning and special effort on our part to offer you wanted dependable merchandise at prices that will set a riew high standard in value giving. Every department here has been drawn upon to make this one of the biggest of its kind, offering, as it does, hundreds of wanted dependable items for every member of the family. If you are in need of any of the following items you will profit greatly by attending this sale and supplying your needs while these prices prevail. We can- not but urge you to come early. Be here.on the opening day, for surely they won't last long at these prices. Men's Heavy Cot'on flos^, Pay. ' PMr for $1.00 Men's Fancy 75c M.osp, Dollar Day, ;1 pair for $1.00 Children's $2 00 Gingham Dresses, Dollar Day for $1.00 llitf Lot of Ladies' Corsets, value $2.50, D "liar Day $1.00 Best Grade of 10 4 Bleach Domestic, Dollar Day, 2 vards for $1.00 Best Grade of Ble...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

CHEAP FEED AND FERTILIZER COTTON SEED MEAL, PER HUNDRED COTTON SEED HULLS, PER HUNDRED 16s. Acid Phosphate;-,1.50 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT In accord with the working* of our all wise Creator, our brother, John N. Grainirer, wa« on th<- th of February suddenly stricken with heart failure and, unwarned, panned to the Great Beyond, therefore we Huboiit the following resolution: Fiukt, TIiIh |mssini of Bro Oraini/er n mindn uh of thH un j certainty of life, the certainty: of d' ath and the npf;e «ity of he ■ inn ready both temporally and spiritually, Skconu, In tlio death of Bio. Graintror, our country has lost a good citizen, our Lodge a faith ful brothe r and his family a l<ind, sympathetic member. Thiku, This Lodge of Knights of Pythias? No. 18(1 extends to ,hm bereaved ones our sympatliy j and aid in any and every way I that may help them along the rouir|n pathway of this life and FoiMtTH, We reqoesf that a I copy of these resolutions be spread on our minutes, a cop.v be publish...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

I ?. I'k i R Ml,BO*V ***** rt> ~A M 10 lUtK AT A4.L HfTM Mr WW# A* A*sr 45 / PlAHf STVA* T * cmCKMrn scmnrtw ££%- I >v^A • v \,y[' V ' 1 '] v -ii it GENUINE 49 T*Y ZC.*tU.VV en 1* DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for *\ '®c mZZZZ 11 u'A'X^ & :• * j-v "' wife' * f f /' fL' , t v sVcV1 s ^ coo hlti \ I IVK CO.V1 MITTI E MKKI'lMi The Cooperative Committee * , r f|j, Meeti u of the m'hobeth Asso ciation will t>e held with the First Mnptist. (Jhurch of YVinns boro, Tuesday, M .rch H h. '1 he meeting Ht Ml. Vernon was a Kfi iit success. Let us make this next meeting the krentest (if til! ' Sy SW Sj-V ilv /SSVi t \ V ' THE FUTURE MAY. THE PAST HAS NEVCR. THE PRESENT CANNOT. PRODUCE BETTER SERVICE — TRY — ,EY & ACKERl Which as Your Choice If you raise either chickens or a garden you need Poultry Wire. We have a complete line. Our stock of Garden Tools is complete. The fact is we take a pride in keeping an assortment of the best to be had in tools. WE DON'T STOP ' wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

avor! No cigarette has the same delltolous flavor as Luoky Strike. Beoaui Its toasted ,UCKY TRIKE IGARETTE ZZZZ-Jc-g G/>e ■ [(range Casei Cavendish i vv By jANDALL PARRISH nthor of " The Devil's Own," ily Lady of ti>* North," ate. You've both ttMn mora than kind," ahe «ld gratefully. . ma'am," Don deprecated. "that wurn't nolhln'!" And he hurried Into the street n* loud crlea Bounded outside. "Good night, Mlsa Donovan," Wsat- cott aald simply. "If you are ever frightened or In need of a friend, call on me. I'll be In town two days yet, and after that Pete here can get word to me." Then, with an admiring, hon- est gaze, he searctfed her ejrea a mo- ment before he turned and strolled to- to find that for all of vita i M , rough appaarance he waa excellently f,f' foMH tht rt,rW,# educated and a gentleman of taatc 1L r then turning t JlMlly the raaaon came out I « d Weatcott, gave —" proudly. go wan my partner same ! fu* Tut on,, c"n,t "lwav* remain ,n admirable Kast. und three ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 February 1921

. " ,r~ ■ — TUC rmiDrUFQ «ooa, Come to church next 1 Ht tnUKtnLO Sunday and be to thyself and to others a blessing. W. C. HOWELL. BAPTIST CHURi.H METHODIST NOTES ' Well, oui* harvest days are ended, and yot there are some y it holding on to tae hideous frightful monster of sin: IN APPRECIATION : I' J Our unbounded love to all who That were so kind to us in every way monstrosity of whom a pen pict- during the sickness of our child, ture is drawn in the book of as a token of appreciation: Rev. "a body like a horse, * There is a place in our heart face like a man, hair like a that shall always entertain a woman, teeth like a lion, and happy memory of the liberal Liul like a scorpion," and yet is help from the people of the admired ciu*essed and fondled by • >| ! ' i i ■ ' I i '/I • t some men of Winnsboro who other wise seem to be moral men. But the fact that this is true but illustrates how warped and twisted and perverted a man can become in his taste and sense of esthetic beauty....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

fp J <'i •"%_lj ' Viz. Wukl® XII NO. Ll winnsboro, WOOD COUNTY, texas March 4. 1921 $ 1.25 PER YEAR hnw von,aV|frP«.lgn^"401?011'^8"c ,f y°u.want a car' the D^ge is the best on the market for the price. Let Ii -lnH P. "rd oara If fu ,erv!ce ^ tlon •* at y°«r command when in trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories • i P ancl at prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on side, oan sav^e you money. Come to see us when you want anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. official btatkmknt The First National Bank WINNSBOKO, TEXAS At the Clone of Ru in*««i F«b. 21, 1*41, u, Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency KKKOURCES f<oan« and Discount* $406,332.01* U. 8. Bond* ll I,4.r>0.00 Huildinjr and Fixtures 11,700.00 Cash and ICxchanyo $178,100.44 Mills of Kxohanjre M,888.20 213.028.M LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Kund 100.000.00 Undivided Profits $0,242.82 Circulation 40,000.00 Bonds Due Customers 70,450 00 Hills Payable 40,000.00 Deposit* -Mtt.UI7.UI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

♦ ■ 1 CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH the WmI of Main Street, beginning at property line of Mill Street and continuing West to the Baat the East property line Street Alabama Lady Was Sick For Uitm Years, Suffering Pain, Nervotu and Depressed—Read Bar vWEi ijiuijf ot "ccoftry# property line of Church Street, *aid pavement being thirty feet wide and approximately three hundred and sixty feet in length. Market Street: Beginning at the present pavement on Kim Street and continuing South on Market Street to the intersection of Market Street and North Broadway, said paving from the alley north being in width thirty- six feet and length one hundred and fifty fret, and from the alley South said street paved thirty feet in width and length one hundred and twenty- five feet. North Broadway: Beginning at the Paint Rock, Ala.—Mr«. C. M. BtegaD, paving in the intersection of North Of near her®, recently related the Sob '< Broadway and Main Streets and pav- towlng Interesting account of her re- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

Heport of the Condition of the First National Bank Iwrii.asboro. in the Stata of Toxas, at the close of business •>! I'l'l Lbruar.v H. lv'1' on RESOURCES. 50,000 00 90,450.00 418.31 191,450 00 41H 81 10,000 00 1,700 00 3M.00H H2 128,821 18 2,917 03 25 00 .and discount®, including re discounts $490,332 09 ,a, liability account of acceptance |£ W* purchased or discounted by it 34.838 20 $531,170 29 $531.170 29 q flovornment securities owned: MLited to secure circulation (U s Bond* ipo*" *i() (MM) (K) LUTIo secure postal savings 'dcp (par v ) l,000 00 iLd M collateral for State or other de -iu or bills payable roed and unpledged Total U 8 Government securities „r bonds, securities, etc.: „.|ties other thap U. 8. bonds (not in din* stocks) owned and unpledged Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. 8 ck of Fed Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) 6,000.00 ne of banking house, owned and unin- 10,000 00 oitj in banking house 10,000 00 rniture and fixtures rfol reserve with F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

p 'ft J i xl 1. > * I I I 1 Whatever Be Your Need* in SPRING MERCHANDISE You will find it here, and this is your invitation to come and revel through the Mor£ Ml * i1 ANY. . :rxr Every Day Brings SOMETHING NEW and intertMing. Every Department is glnwing with new fashion* and the beauty of it is they are not high priced Here New Apparel is Made Loudly Attractive by Moderate Prices Here every department is receiving its quota of new merchandise. Each day brings something of inter- est. Among the most attractive things are new Coats, Suits, Dresses, Hats and Blouses that have come to set a new standard of value as well as to represent the season's most authenti • sh Vs. New Suits with a Verve of Youth New Suits Are Here In Great Variety You may choose from Tricotine, Serge, Picquotine and Twlllt. The new Bo* Backs, the Hippie Tails, the Coolie Jackets, the Kton and the Tailored Styles are all here. Featuring new ideas in Embroider/, Braids and Button Trimmings. There are so many lov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

AND FERTILIZER COTTON SEED MEAL, PER HUNDRED COTTON SEED HULLS, PER HUNDRED R Si p P ^5? "■-•j 16-Acid Phosphate 1 Hundred ICOTTON iEEO, CASH $15 COTTON SEED, EXCHANGE arraers' Cotton Oil Co. winnsboro, texas baptist church. Last Sunday was a great day at the Baptist church. There wore _MO in Sunday Schto' and a large Cong relation at the preach inn hour. The Missionary A. L. haves baptized 17 people at the Hose of the mor ning service into the fellowship of the New Hope Baptist Church. The evening service was well attended and jthe presence of the Lord was evident. There will be an all day meet- ing lit the Baptist church next Tuesday, March 8th. Everybody is invited to attend this meeting. A program of this meeting was given in last week's News. We greatly appreciate the fine spirit of love manifested by the members of our church and the other dear people of Winnsborro in urging us to stay here. We h .ve decided not to accept the call of another good church in t entral T -xas, wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

V I OfflcUl Statement of the Financial Condition or the Merchants & Planters State Bank < f Imsiiv** >;) the 21 s*i New* at Winnafooro, Stu'e of T xm, at the oim ii.. day of February, 1921, published In the Wmnatwro rt « y . a new*pa per printed and publmlR'd at VVimmboro, Ht .i oi 11;xas . on the 4th ('ay of March, 1921 RESOURCES Loan* and diacounta, personal or collateral Iv>ana, real estute Stock Federal Unnerve Ban It .... Other real estate .... • Furniture and rtxt'ir^s Due from other bank* and banker*, an<l (anh on iia>> I Interest in Depositor'^ Gnaranty Fond AsscHrtment Deooaitor'a Ouarantv Fund Acceptance* and Mills of ExchunKe • Liberty Honda $322 OOU IK.' 2('. .idti 0 ' j 1,80!I <wtj 1,720 <f | 7 ()< K) 00 60.479 90 4 840 04 120 02 71.22- ir. wrro 00 THE FUTURE MAY. THE PAST HAS NEVER, THE PRESENT CANNOT, PRODUCE BF.TTER SERVICE J Total $."i31,cJ7 .'51 - L' IKE A VOLCANO in action, fire frequently bursts without warning upon a community. Onl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

genuine M BULL DURHAM tobacco makes 50 Jood cigarettes for 10c U/>e * ifrange Case; if Cavendish i ▼▼ By RANDALL PARRISH Author of " Th* DttH'i Own," "My Udf of th* North," *tc. {Owlf'v *1 a *4*U rsrrtsb) SYNOPSIS. .jPTKR I. — Frederick Cavendish, , York man of wealth, receive* a let- frt>m an old friend, Jim Westcott, "t him to < ome at once to Colorado, r-ln* to ko, ho employs a lawyer, Mck Knrlght, to draw up a will leav- Imost of his estate to charity, with a . pittance to John Cavendlah, hla lew and only relutlve, a dissolute Ih That night Kre.lerlck Cavendlah purdereil In hi* apartment.i. No will 1 found, John Cavendish Inherit* the AFTER II.—Two month* later En- Informa John Cavendish of the ex- tee of the will, and offers, for tlw.GOii, ►y nothing of It. John agrees. Stella fcvan, newspaper writer, learns from [erlck Cavendlah'* valet that he la JMtlsned the body found was that of ■employer. She Is directed by Far- I city editor, of the Star, to follow ud lease. * r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 March 1921

II 'w Millinery -f Ready-to-Wear - and - Dry - Goo<|| CLEVER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES Our store is especially well filled with Lale Spring ft'ercharthte lor Ladies. The ^: U'"iy just opened will interest you. We are pricing these on a profit basis to sell in quantiUea Sel the ^new Sailors and Tailored (all season). Hats for $4 to $10. Special prices made on e3[cepti >> < 1 M tests and Ladies' Hats at $4.75,6.75 and 8.75. See the wonderful Pattern Hats just being opened for the taster Trade. A good stock of Children's Hats, Suits—the new Tricotines in pretty Ripples and Lox-Coat effects. We h $35.00 for $25.00. Others in comparison from $1 <.50 to $50.00. Exceptional Ladies'let us sell you Suits, Dresses, Waists, Shoes, toot Lest Hosiery, Millj. nery, in fact your Complete Wants at "Special Prices. are pricing suits well worth $35.00 for $25.00. Dresses $12.50 to $39.50 T '"*■ — """ * Specials Specials Specials Specials LaditV II bloomers, flesh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

■P ijO": •• • ,'!W . ' WINNSBOKO, WOOD COUNTY, #XAS March || mi K0"*-. d ^^rxb^-^°" want a Car' W,e D°d«e '* the best on the market for the price. L I^ K/e and Ford carf.?^^ ! , !/?, i> '1 *1 y°"r °! : ?and %Then in trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories P ■ ) nan savG vou monpv r ™ ^ H at Pnces t,at are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on |he side, oan save you money. Come to see us when you vant anything in our lines. ° TOM S. STEED. wsSSS OFFICIAL HTATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNHBOKO, TEX AH At the Close of Duaiacaa F«b. 21, Mill, Kcnderctl to the Comptroller of the Currency .<* RESOURCES Loan* and Discounts $4Ut),3.12.09 U. F Bond* 191,450.00 Building and Fixtures 11,700.00 Cash and Exohanfe 1178,190.44 Bills of Exchange 34,834.20 213,028.64 Total.. $912,.110.73 LI A BIMTIE8 Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits * ,242.S2 Circulation 40,900.00 Bonds Due Customers 79,460.00 Bills Payable : 40,000.00 DepuaiW I (ll.li17.(II Total ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

a L. fl' w GENUINE MM- - - - M DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes tor 10c f'i' X Food for Energy Cod-liver oil ener- gizes and creates a buttress of strength that fortifies the whole body. scorrs EMULSION is cod-liver oil in its best possible form. If winter is claim- ing its toll upon your vitality, take Scott's Emulsion. SeeM * Bowae, Bloocaflald. N. J. ——ALSO MAKERS OF Ki-MOIDS (Tablet* ar QvmnHm) ?o INDIGESTION K>- ak • BETTER DEAD Life is • burden when the body it r&cfcqA with pain. Everything «■. .JirjtM nnd the victim b«comea - x a .< ■ i and downhearted. Tb *-■ ut# back the sunshine take COLD MEDAL The following interacting ac- count bt* been sent by a friend: "One of the pleasant social i-vents of the week was featured to tiie home of Mrs. J. 3. Parcel) *nd Miss Fannie Purcell, of 2320 Highland avenue. On that day Mrs Purcell passed her seven r second milestone. Miss PureeM entertained with a most sumptn us dinner, such as was serv. d in the old antebellum d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

u ;ei( y ;o it 656® jlrange Case if Cavendish ▼▼ idall pakkisb ret "The Dreg's UJf * * —— —— •YNOMIfc I. - rredsriek Caveat i MS *r wealth, rscslres a „ aa U W«b«, tlm Weetcett bta «o com* it esse to CeloraSo. I. it, he employs • lewysr, (■rlfnt, to draw up a will Imt- i tt bla MUla «• oMrity. with * laitteac* to John Cavandlah, hla 1 uid onlr relative. a dlaaoluta That night Frederick Cavandlah " In hi* spurtment*. No will John Caveodleb Inherit* the . iR II.—Twa month* latar Bn- iftrma John Cavandlth of tha ex- . of th« will, aad offere, for 1100,000, | nothing of It John agreea. Stall* newspaper writer, laarna from Cavendish's valat that ha la «d the body found waa that of Joyer She la directed by Par- ity editor, of tha Star, to follow up TRR III.—Stella laarna of the Bright had drawn up, alao of John tilth'* infatuation for Calaate La horue girl, and that Bnrlght la a [ of the Im Rue girl. A conversa- ella overhears between Caleate and avenrilah convlncea her Frederick jilnti l...

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