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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

Perkins Merchandise and Perkins ill "Keeping Faith" —There never w a lime in thd hlatory of America when people no welched the V ALUti of every dollar • i tfftln t what that <l l)ar will bujr, * they are doinK W>dik.v. I'jiople uj-e *|>nndlD|{ money more- inlelllyenlly l!>i n in many a day and il|«to people are de^ imindintr tnorr than surface value. —The bold price ttokpt of the DRY GOODS Ktore that-read* ,"tV A8 $10 NOW «. *'' i not only •otu' ied by the public. hut '•! accepted l>>' the averai^e uurchaker as a chilli* i(fo to his e.very-day comfnon-«en*e judg- ment. ; I'KUKINS HUO.H. COMPANY en- jnya the confidence of over ON 10 MILLION people through Texa" und Oklahmuu which l« the resuit of the \old 'lVit that Perkins Hron.' value* have heijn subjected to and this bijf Retail Organization will continue to KKKP KAITH we will further pro- mote a Store Service that will main- tain this Confidence and create for this K ull Organization greater Good Will among the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

repn ^ion in aluel re res \9 inns Neil Ighly pd, per J les, II Reveal a Host of Wonderful |al share of [ing forward )f business [aration we it. Every v of every [rs worth of [eople living ig to want pay. Mer- Test—and sources of irchaser of instances )w you this podsftrepe de lene DE CIIINE in fr farigo for spring per yard $1.50 'affetas affeta, silk in all brings for spring, jper yard, $1.95 to ■uality, in ail |es|te Goods Voiles in all popular fecial values feat- p per yard 25c f lity tra special values (ity in all popular Per yard, 25c to Checks |Pajama clheecks, very beat qual- cial at per >*rd Linen H fine qality all -SS LINEN and &t or price per ialatea |ln fancy effecta ty of wanted quality, at 35c. Cloth This popular featured in all Prices per NOW is the time to choose your NEW SPRING SUITS— just unpacked, a wonderful exprress shipment of the very lateat creations in flip tailored suits, all prced as to make them the greatest value in years. We want you to inspect our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

Do you know why it s toasted T* Mil In Iho delicious Hurl#y tobaooo flaw. LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE ! I if if No Worms in a Htalttajr Child All children troubled with Worn* hm an on fcaalthy color, which iodlratea poor bloo *, and u a role, there I* mora or leu ttomach disturbance UtDVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC gtraa regularly lor two or three wetkf will enrich the Mood, Im- prove the dUeetl'in. end act ai a General Strength- ening Tonic tot.So whoio y;te:n. Nature will then thro" rlt or rtl«t*'l the worm*, end theChl!d will be iu tn.rhrt health P!cnunt to tnke. Cflc |«r bottle. Mr. J. U. McAIUUr sod Miss Fannie Gllbreath were married Sunday afternoon Id Sulphur Spring* st the home of Grady Broffoitti. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Alister sre si boms with ths bride's mother (or the present. Married Mr. O. W. Crsddook sod Miss Klsis Csrlsy were msrrisd Sun dsy st 12:45 st the Methodist parsonage, Kef. W. C. Howell of- ficiating. Tbe News wishes this popular young couple a life of nothisg but hsppiass...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

I . Ilwti first Mid my wit What M of ijf mora i rlpsiroin ^ I ot hor waj Hth a i phlrh i Lacy i whew I the pn |>atcott rectly * of Ive |t. and I wal I Ins at l Ire of I l'y hat I he pas really I I drew I |stlK the |Mng he I Don it | hate i with Una |<t In I In lahoat I lone hit1 Ihnt M |r. W« |*IM> I Inn't; i I nil; I CHEAP FEED AND FERT! COTTON SEED MEAL, PER HUNDRED COTTON SEED HULLS, PER HUNDRED 16-Acid Phosphate;- '1.50 fiopkiv^H Gels Appoiotment COTTON (SEED, CASH $15 COTTON SEED, EXCHANGE $18 Farmers' Cotton Oil Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS The Dalian New* of March 11, carried the announcement that Geor* e 0. Hopkina of Wlnnaboro ha t b*en agreed on for the im portnnt spoointioent of Internal Revenue Collector of this din trict. This is, we understand. on*> of the most lucrative oo*i lions covered by presidential ap pointmentin the fyate. The News has never agreed with Mr. Hopkins in politics, but we do not hesitate to say thai this appointment is pieasin« alike to his pol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 March 1921

m . i- iAKES OATH OF OFFICE FRIDAH It READY TO INTER AW AS80 CIATION FOR CONFERENCE ONLY MAKES PLEA FOR HARMON Simple Cer«mo il«a Mark Inductloi Into Office of Chief Executive of United State* • Wash InKton—The people of thi United Htatca now huve a new pren Ident, vice president and a new con greas. i The Innuguratltn at the capltol a Warren U. Harding of Ohk>, as prea ldcsnt, and Calvin CoolldKe of Mass achnaettr*. ax vice president, tool iiluco Friday, at about the noon hour The inaugural program begun & ten o'clock when the joint congrea [atonal committee, hctAled by Benato _ world, with tk* which progreaa hat wrought. W ■ease the cafl of the human heart for fellowahlp, fraternity and co-op- eration. We crave frlendahlp, and harbor no hate. But America, oui America, th* America builded on the foundation laid by the inspired fa- ther*, can be a piftty to no perm* nent military alllnu.t^. It can entei Into no political commitment*, noi assume any economic obligation* which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

XII NO. i9 WINNSIiORO, WOOD COUNTY, txAS March 18. 1921 $1.25 PER YEAB r. "' ^fuJ?i£}D^S32* J.Z - Wa nt a Car,tTe DSdgf 18 the be8t on the market for the price. Let - ttee and Ford cn.r sof?l< U r ,, , fA'°n "i *! yoUr cH"land when in trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories Can save vou rmnpv (w+y at,pnceS that a/e right. Some Groceries and Hardware on side, oan save you money. Come to see us when you want anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WIIVNBBORO, TKXA.S At the Cloae of HtiMineftH F«h. a , 1 31, n Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RKSOURCKS Loana nd Discounts $4M6,332.0ft U. S. Bonds 191,4f)0.00 Building nd Fixtures 11,700.00 Cash and Exchange $17H, Urfl.4 Bill* of Exchange .'{4,838.20 213,028.61 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100.000 00 Undivided Profit* 9:1,242.82 CireulHtion 40,900.00 Bonds Hue Customers 79,450.00 Bills Payable 40,000 00 llepoaiu 440,01 7.111 Total $912,510.73 Total *912,510.73 The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

I I I - *tK 81 i it ■ - A NEW BUSINESS! To My Friends and Customers: I im now located in my now Grocery 8tore. ju t one block north of the Pilling Button, near Scroggin A Drummond'a Lumber Yard. Plenty of good hitching grounds for your team*. 1 am offering you a few pricee for this week; 5-gallon Best Kerosene Oil ^ 8 lbs. Good Ground Coffee * 0® Large 8ise Lard Compuund I-15 Kxtra Highest Patent Missouri Piour 2.75 Cream Meal, 24 lb. aack 65 I realise that most farmers are hard pressed on account of the cotton situation. All I want is just a living for my family and I will sell you anything in the Grocery line for the smallest margin of profit, I will also Bay Your Eggs and Chickens and pay the highest market price for them. S. Q. BRADEN PROM THE MI88I >NA Osteopathy The Osteopathic Physician is capable of handling any disease. Readily recognising operations when necessary. Also handle hiHterical cases. The Osteopath ol t .ins a cure b.' manipulation which normal- izes the struc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

* T5he ;tes, ;ins, iced jack tas. |hey ron- Icts. T an lod- of last* lorn- | silk nch t. 195 50 95 Strange Case of Cavendish i TT By RANDALL PARRISH Aothof of " The Devil's Own," <hij I**! of North," etc. >❖ ♦ ♦•♦♦♦♦ « <• (Oopf MM* T K n<J U F rrUU) manher was prompt and ba«ln<>Mllke. Hello, ,71m," he said rather briskly, a little trouble up your wuy laat nljrht, I hear." "Nothing to bother you, I>Hn; my Mexican watchman was shot up through a window of the shack " "Kill him?" 'nstuntiy I told the coroner all about It. Whoever the fellow was I reckon lie mcunt tue shot for me, but poor .To.sc pot It. Seen Illll Lucy this morning f" The r.iarsl x\'n tli'n Hps smiled grim- ly hh lil t yi lifted to Weslcott's fuce. "Tic s h: there In his ofllfe. That's what I stopped ycr for. H<> said he 3YNOP8I8. If APTKR I. — Frederick Cavendish, i Yoik man of wealth, receives a let- Ifroni n old friend, Jim Wcstcott, Vg Mm to come at once to Colorado. JtlTn* to Ko. lie empl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

k 1 mli I II I s jfl 1J A NEW BUSINESS! To My Friends and Customers: I am now located in my new Grocery Btore, juat one block north of the Pilling Station, near ScroffKin A Drummond'a Lumber Yard. Plenty of good hitching ground* for your team*. 1 am offering you a few prlcea for thia week: fi gallon Beat Keronene Oil 8 lbs. Good Ground Coffee * 0® Large Siee Lard Compuund Extra Higheat Patent Missouri Piour 2.75 Cream Meal, 24 lb. eack 05 I realise that moat farmers are hard pressed on account of the cotton altuation. All I want is just a lirlng for my family and I will sell you anything in the Grocery line for the smallest margin of profit, I will also Bay Your Eggs and Chickens and pay the highest market price for them. S. Q. BRADEN PROM THE MI88I >NA ibpro liiare Osteopathy The Osteopathic Physician is capable of handling any disease. Rpitdily recognising operations win-n necessary. Also handle historical cases. The Osteopath olt.ins a cure b.' manipulation Which normal- izes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

1 / Strange Case; of Cavendish TT By RANDALL PARRISH Author of " Th Devil's Own," <Mj L J 1 of tha North," etc. PrnraP' nd businesslike. of 7°u two are going to anawer before i "ii i ; h* rather briskly. 1 leave—keep yoar bands up. and In I "ad a little trouble up your way laat '<u<y; make uuother move Ilk* n'*v'n |hWlr " w I that '" "■ble to bVVouMaat" 1 o i tig to bother you, Dan; my n°t here In any playful nioo'i, and ' w«t'hmai wan shot up 1 k""W your style. Lay that (run on through n window of the shack." the (leak win-re | <„„ Kee |t—that'a '' hl.mT" r|Kht- N,,w move your chair back." m-tj ntly I told the coroner all did this with no good grace, 1 '"Ml It. Whoever Hie follow was I his face purple with panaion. "Some reckon lie mount tne shot for me, but considerable gunplay Juat to aak a poor Jose got It. Seen Bill Lacy thin question," he said tauntingly, "must morning ,)e n,|ghty |„iporUllt A„ rl|fht what rho nmrslmis lh!n lips smiled grim- la It?" t.v a* I, , , l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

Mil ' B tih i i if CIGARETTE io olgarcM* Has a Mm* delicious •Ivor at Luoky fetrlka. Beoaus* m AsWorms In ■ Healthy Child k troubled with Wonaa have u oa . which ladkatet poor Wood, iriui chill TOKIC il n reluiarly MlpSI thr wnrmi. and the Child will be FleaMBt to take «te par bottle. •or Little Want Ada. Constipation is the tore- runner of 85% of all human ills. It brings on more suffering, more sleeplessness, more ill-temper than 'any other single cause. But YOU CAN GET RID of constipation. Nor do you have to take any nauseating, griping medicines to do it Take HICH-LAX to a new treatment It deans removes the poisons from the I puts you in shape to accomplish And RICH-LAX does this without you weak and half-tick, as you " after taking ordinary laxatives. at Oar Stof*. We ire ao mm that B wiB plea* you that we want you to n medicine you aw taaad. atap<7 we will prompt If rafuad tba full BENNEY DRUG CO. . • • he News for printing. tfft&DUl HELPED C6AIN STRENGTH Lady Was Sick ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 March 1921

hoping t | evldenctl enjceuiKtl at Ir«I hi? W two I It M Lut.t Hi thcMl ind I whir I | Hod < lloflf *pot' fhitf hllwlA| pin 1 r y yilt] Ur'rl do i Id to* o* land 1 b«4 CO*1 IDOOI^ T*' }hl 1 tWM * u* t Millinery Suitable for Every Possible Occasion |A wonderful variety trimmed and taiiored hats, including many smart models McROY Our showing is most complete and merits your immediate inspection A Campbell's Big Five Wka if (W Mm PopUj Girl If Wiaubtre? Thefe are pretty girls, wit y girls, gay giris, sad girls. bright girls, dull girls; there are girls of every type and every atyle. but wbe ia the girl thai every one has a tender aput in their heart for? That ia glad to see? 8he may not he the wittiest or the prettiest, but she posseases ihat certain aomethiog that en dears her to ali. Do you want to know who ahe la? Well, yon can find oat at the Pure Pood 8how next week; there the great pop- ularity conteat will be on. Vote for the girl of your choice—5c a vote. The following namea...

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

T. B. Turner & Son The Enterprise" Kit* Q 2 I 1 [f. ; i Kit j k «I jl i i /■ 11 i i Ri£f We are bidding strong for a good portion of your Easter business. Each day brings the best of late Spring mer- chandise in Ladies' Furnishings, Millinery, Hosiery, Dry See the Late Easter Novelties Goods and Novelties that are in so great a demand. Priced specially for this Easter Sale. The Little Things that Count at Prices that Please l c men'* Muck anil jfn-y hose 10c. Ladles. Mack hose ai 12 l-'Jc Siaes to 7 inches "Foot Hem" hone. Ittc. 10c laces for 5c. Men's 35c sock supporters, l c 15c K, M. C CrfKsiiet Thread. 10c. I5c "Bonnie H" Hair Nets. tile. 10c ladles' and men's handkerchiefs, 5c. Hrass toilet pins, .1c. 10c safety pins, 3c 10c pearl buttons 5c. ,?Sc small towels, pair lf c 100 best elastic, yard !<•<• All styles of machine needles, braids, trimmings, crochet thread, needles, etc, The finest 25c hose that can be had for ladies, men and children hose that are worth double...

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

\ . .mi .1.11 Jin .. tn WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS ^.Vlarch *5 1921 [JFNO. 30 i our display of Dodge Automobiles. If you want a car, the IDodge u the best on the market for the price. Let iow you. Also our Dodge Service Station is at your command when in trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories iDodge and roi d cars ot the best quality and at prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on iside. Can save you money. Come to see us when you wantj anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. ¥ OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank # WINN8BORO, TEXAS At th<* Close of BusImm Fob. 21, J , mm Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency KRSOURCKR fjOinii and Disoousls ...,,....S4mi,33"2.00 U. S. Hornl* 191,450.00 KuiUlinu and Fixtures 11,700.00 Canh und Exchange «7«, 190.44 Bills of Kxchange 34,838.20 213.028.M LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profit* ft,242*2 Circulation 40,900.00 Bonds Due Customers 79,450.00 Billi Payable 40,000.00 Dt...

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

a i h *i If rim ■ "The Enterprise* T. B. Turner & Son See the Late Easier Novelties The Little Things that Count at Price® that Please l«* hnm>'« black aixl rr*v ho** 10e- Mirk ho* at 12 M1 Hiict to 1 iMhot '"Pool Kmi" hw. !!*• UV I aoaa (or 5a. Mra'i Xte lock supporters. Iftr l.V> It M.*t: Oroohe* Thread, l<* 15c • Bonnie B" Hair N«U. l<Vv lOe '. >lt«*s' and men't handkerchief*. 3e. Itraa* lot lei pina, Je h e safely pina. .to l<V (tear! buttons V A - «niail tosrela, pair l*B. l.V beat elastic, yard )0e. All style* of machine needle*. braioa. trintmirjr*. crochet thread, needle*, etc. The tine*t 36e hose that can be had for ladiea. men and children— hosa that are worth double FOOT RKST " ,■ We are bidding str< business. Each day chandise in Ladies' Goods and Novelti< Priced specially for Raster Novelties are arriving minifs. lace hose etc. Our stock of spring suit* are of derfoi values we are offering %t $24 Other suits at $'29 50, $38 50 and Dresses of ...

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

Ww 7 " [^ptist church rsgtor"VY. Pond is at -side of his mother, who L Baptist Sanitarium at She is not expected to I V. Neal, Associated Ly of the Baptist Goner iventiion of Texas, will |at both the morning and hours next Sunday. „ is a man with a mes tet us pack the house at Jurs next Sunday to hear Irhty man of God. Pastor. [tJNIOR LEAGUE fpf collar |s vanishing' oeadly foe of submarine' wd much work with pen — .w*" ,W'" Bm,nel Not Reeponolble for ttw 0* following program will be at the Methodist March 27th. All invit League. Lr, by league. Ibject Lesson, Mrs. Mack. I Story, Margaret Morris. Solo, Louise Carlock. lation. Mildred Cassel. Hazel Russell. , Solo, Mary Agness Ray. Or a Campbell. jntion, Elizabeth Ray. by League. by league. Reporter. Jy Boufht Rat Polaon [write* Jeuc Smith, N. J, t fat kind «w y: couldn't be bothered k ami. chcete. Then I tried Rmt-Snsp. (ituffl It cnmn in cake . til ready it luredon kill r«t . " JSe.tSc.9iM. | Sold and fuarutted by Uil*rson I. J. Kend...

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

1 I 4 i •i ?t 1 i H hi n X5hQ ' Strange Case; of Cavendish i Bf RANDALL PAK1ISB Aotbor of " The Devfl's Own," "My Ltdy of lb* North,'* «tc. (0 pt>um> loou riniiu SYNOPSIS. CHAPTKR I. - Frederick Cavendlah. Now York man of wealth, receive* a let- ter from an old friend, Jim Westcott, Urging hlni to com* at one* to Colorado' 111 . ' t KnrlcTit, to draw up a In* moil of hit Mt*te to charity, with a a lawyer, will leav- (Melding to go, he employe Patrick Knrlxht, to draw of nls t ere pittance to John Cavendish, his aephew and only relutlve, a dlssolut* rilh. That nlaht Frederick Cavendish murdered In nls apartments. No will beln# found, John Oavendlsh Inherits the •state. CHAITKR II.—Two months later En. rlfht Informs John Cavendlnh of the ex- istence of the will, and offers, for 1100,000, to say nothing of It. John agrees. Stella Donovan, newsp.tper writer, learns from Frederick Cavendish's valet that he Is Esatisfle'l the body found was that or employer. She Is directed by Far- ...

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

J ESTI I*, cirrdyfafl grid troi .131 > sin* j ledal o> • nitetfcs NIC II To* | y Parilll hen 7*1 id effect^ chsdM e, re*1 vnhtt. Tonic I.'d in i ks it. y it «nA| ■ Mill tbeninjl AIR MON 11 you can buy goods from us cheaper and get a chance at . $100 7 One Hundred Dollars Save mone7lKi™%TurychtS„fget HUNDRED DOLLARS tsiS?'"8 fr°m h°me' $100 Try us out. CAMPBELL'S BIG P. S.—Best Flour Now $2.65 and May Get Cheaper. and Connor - Campbell Lumber Company finnsbor# Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-class mat- k September 24, 1909, at the ptoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, der the act of March 3,1879. Advertising: rates made known | application. JLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Dr. B. A. Harry IsTROPATHIC PHYSICIAN in home on North Main Ireet in Dr. Sam Brock's rest- Ince. Calls answered any time. jnnsboro, - - Texas MASS LUMBER COMPANY A STATEMENT The News has been printed under difficulties for several weeks, our tyesetting machine being out of working oorder. Y...

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

fifV mm + 1"'* "-'-W <?-V *« I J r i fwPW See Me at My STORE Just one block north of the Filling Station, near Gait's Barn. All kinds of Grocery Bargains this week. Maize Chops 1.40 Wheat Bran * 1 BS Mis. Tucker's Compound 1.15 Cream Meal, 24 lb. sack 65 5 gallon Heat Kerosene Oil 75 In fact, everything goes at a bar- gain. If I can't save you money don't buy from me. Business is business. All I ask is a chance to show you what I have. Respectfully yours, S. Q. BRADEN Phone 328 Announcements For Mayor, Will Stevenson. For Assessor and Collector. Frank Neyland. Harvey Hitt. TO STREET TAX PAYERS Notice to Public. On Saturday, May 21st, we will give one Talking Machine away. Call at our restaurant for full information. Wall & Bhei.by. OIL LEASES FOR SALE Please pay your street tax ^ before April 1st and save the extra cost. A. F. NEYLAND. If you want to buy oil leases see Lindsey & White: Office in M. & P. State Bank. Phone Tho News for printing. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 D...

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

I •rn!M''' ge Case of Cavendish tinuf i from Th«* .Mm with. y«u wlU Klve tha klMf Jto not nsk It, aenor I" it A rtnl11 W!!!~*yt''Knr*- ni **" ir'rJL# Wt n° h"rtn' ■'"« BO ' ra from those lips will be heard TOn may M well be nice, my heauty "' She wu axalnat the wall, hel„le«a. and the Krlp of hi* hiimlx was like Wwrtcott I f i ,,r,'",h w"" her «hot U ; ... ,r , , a t«« i * yfh ,,uri,l"K Willi hi* null,. ,1 ,„|rior win nil she had to atralKht Into her own. Slowly, remor*^ " : ll"1 ''""'IhI" he" ££2 r'u "r ,,er "'«kwurd un- *. mJn" -■,!« he HroHfi II she feared her „eck woi.iu am,p. Into her terror-atrloken mind lenpinl the sudden conclusion that rewlHtiim e with thin beiiRt was futile; aha must outwit him with her liralns. Suddenly relaxing herself, she slipped to the granite floor ou her knees. Please, please/' she begged. "1 give In. senor, 1 give In.' Hut as she spoke her right hand closed uhout a square Jagged bit of rock. "So, i# pretty," sneered Caters*, 'you have learned that ...

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