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

■ \i: -1£ When yon come homo tired and perhaps out of sorU>, there h nothing quite 60 refreshing and soothing ns a steaming hot cup of WAMBA COFFEE —It ia a perfect blend of the finest coffees to be had. Buy it regularly from your grocer iu 1 nnd 31b. air-tight tins. Pre- mium coupon in each can. MAGNOLIA COFFEE CO. McvstcMo T#S< Wamba FF 1'! y^t ♦ 1 nr J! * I ] i ! •I White Front Market J, H. HORNBUCKLE, Proprietor e ^ [I TKe Best of Everything - Handled in a First- Class Market Your Patronage Appreciated «■ "■ '!L— .. L ■ • a. i W THE FUTURE MAY,, THE FAST HAS NEVER. THE PRESENT CANNOT, * PRODUCE BF.TTER SERVICE TRY — & ACKER For your GROCERIES. WE CARRY the BEST NEW AND FRESH Our Motto "Service and! the <icods. B. & A. GROCERY Phone 232, Winnaboro The Chamber of Commerce Will hunt a buyer for Syrup, Hay, Wood, anything on the farm or in the city that you want sold. List them at the Chamber of Commerce We are at Your Service Our Motto: "We Do Things" •r m I. HUM) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

:his to > • a -• l ^ ^ | |M ; NO. 31 Famroi ^ WlNXsilORf), WOOD COUNTY TEXAS Ap„| 1.1921 lour display of Dodge Automobiles. If $1.25 PER YEAK 'w you Also our Service StationUi«Watnt * D°/gZ " -he be8t °n the market for the Price- Let iDodtre and Ford cars of the best nnalitv a[ yo"r c°™:™an^ when m trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories side Can save you money Comp to'aJ! nl, ,Pnces t'iat are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on ' ' * y- us when y°u want anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. OFFICIAL STATEMENT The First NHtionsi] Hank WINNSBORO, TEXAS At the Clone of Hu.ln... Feb. 21, 102,, „* Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES Loans and DUoountr $106,332.09 U. S Bonds y 191,450.00 Buildiiiir and Fixture# 11,700.00 Cash at i] Exchange snK.MHU# Mills of Exohange 34,838.20 21.*}.028.61 No. 4.M LIABILITIES Capital stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 9 ,242.82 Circulation 40,000. On Honda Due Customers 70,450.00 Bills Payable. 40,000....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

P-v * I i T; i I'- ll II M I'f ' ■ I —! —n Krom The Southwestern Bankers Journal, July 30, 1M0. Every-I)ay Patriotism How Average Iiusine*H Man May Render Keal Service to !!;* Ctjintn By Alf MorrU, Canliier Pirat National Hank, W In tinhorn, l u u« Some time since, 1 heard a wit and versatile in convorsa- with banquets and }he bodi< candidate for the office qf gov- tion, politics presents a bcauti- of our slain heroes with fo^ej emor. an inMlifrot and well ta-N ,1<!ld <* hf™ * liut th« «lebratin of „ur vie ,, , . ,trr. . . a patriotic man may easily be or apparently grew into one fry. formed man say, (genuine service to his country,(wave of foolish spending. tiatlo1 day, a day of reconstruction, Rame tjme gather wide,which only reach <1 it and a day when the forward ^ himself honors to which he crest when thrown against that looking people of this country may easily be as justly entitled sea-wall erected by the Federal will speedily grasp the control as the laborer is to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

IB STOMACH INDIGESTION I wjfrBUck-Drtnght Highly j^coniinenJed by Tsn e«««e Crocer for Trouble# Re- ^ lulling from Torpid Liver. ID for SALE—Good John Deeie Cultivator, run two Heus- ona. C. S. Ross, Route 6. FOR SALE—Good milch cow. Dr. L. V. Hightower. (ut Nwthrltle. Tenn.— The tfflo- JaTof Thedford'i Mack-Draught, the JjJlne, herb, liver medicine, la iLhed for br Mr. W. N. Parsons, a Zj,r of this city. "It Is without the best liver medicine, and I JtfWlevo I could get along without a I t ke It for sour stomach, head- ^ bad liver, indlgoation, and all a, troubles that are the result ol , torpid liver. 1 hive known and used It for years, ud tin and do highly recommend It It «ery one. I won't go to bed with- out It In the house. It will do all It jtatoi to do. I can't say enough for It* Kicy other men nnd women through- Mt the country have found Black- lSght just as Mr ('arsons describes liable In regulating the liver to lomin! functions, nnd in cleansing bonds of impurities. Bedfor...

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

wMl . EiC'V ' 1 - . If ■ 1 I ,«! * f •< I * "• 11 H I J w- ■ fr: J BftC Wonderful Opportunities. There has never been a time when the advantages of educa- tion and training for busineua were more clearly demonstrated than now. Some firms are re- ducing their payroll, either in salary or in number of em- ployees, to keep pace with the turn to normal prices and the general retrenchment in the business world following the period of war-inflamation. Nat- urally, the first class of em- ployees to be cut are the un- trained workers. The high sal- aried executives, the trained men and women who hold the responsible positions, are the la t to luive their salaries re- duced or to let off the payroll. Ambitious young peple want to be in the latter class, the em- ployees who are most valuable to a firm, who draw the best salaries and are the last to be released in stringent times. You want to lie trained worker. Will you devote years of hard lal>or at low pay to gain training through exe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

HOT AIR VS. EASY MONEY If you can buy goods from us cheaper and get a at $100 One Hundred Dollars $100 that we will give away April 30th, why not? It will be just like getting money from home. Try us out. Save money on erery purchase and get HUNDRED DOLLARS besides. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE and^nbr^rypbe" P. S.—Best Flour Now $2.65 and May Get Cheaper. (innsboro Weekly News fflomcr R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Altered as second-class mat- September 24, 1909, at the icffice at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 8,1879. tdvertising rates made known ■application. HJSHED EVERY FRIDAY )r. B. A. Harry hWATHIC PHYSICIAN pep in home on North Main |eet in l)r Sum if rook's resi- Ice. Calls answered any time. Insboro, - - Texas lODGRASS LUMBER COMPANY h have a full line of all Ps of lumber which we are ng at special reduced prices, appreciate your orders. lard opposite Ice Plant. We will profit by the new low prices on Millinery for our sides will more than douuble in April . A 50c face Veil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

WiPMPVIWPPNPPPPPI Strange Case of Cavendish RANDALL PARRISH I Author of " Th# Davit's Own," "My Lady of tha North," ate. (CuariUbt. •> 11*04*11 rartua) SYNOPSIS. ! I 9 * H I mm 91 t a >• i I! ■;# $ i CHAPTKR I. — Frederick Cavandhh, New York man of waallh, receive* it let- ter from «n old friend, Jim Weatcott, ursine him to como at one* to Colorado. Deciding to go. lie employ* ft lawyer, iw up u will leav- to charily, with a John Cavumllah, hlH relative, a dlaaolulH Deriding to go, Patrick Knrlaht, to draw up a will leuv- Ing moat of nla natate mere pittance to oaphew anil on!y relative, a dlaaolulH youth. That night Frederick Cavendlnh la murdered in nla apurtmenta. No will balng found, John Cavendlah Inherita the eatate. , CHAPTKR II.—Two montha later En- right Inform# John Cavendlah of the ex- istence of the will, anil offer#, for |loo,o< , to aay nothing o( It. John agrena. Htella Donovan, newapaprr writer, lenrna from Frederick CuveiiUiah'a valet that ho la not aallafl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

■ - ■ .Ty, W ■ ^ "S6* <I,h*r- ** Ownflft- — rtety loot Interest. and tar of that NevertheJees It haa got «he , ° *' P'•** «<> we're going to plsy «•' Jt together. Those fellows will be at (lurk once "he had that dwr p„*ont,y_.JUit M HOOn „ yet enough of - w,'° ure ln«ld" her* * \ through the doorway They II try us once Bid, |f w, e«n beat .„ perceive the few nr- them bnck.lthnt will give us 11 breath- The room Itself *n* spell. Two of us ought to hold r - — hut contained a them for •"« time." "nc* trough the Jugged opening and Kjisd woo,lew bed, .wo | There wa. a .houtlng of command- ^L~ul,aut '«"l^ed from with- . .,,.111 re table of unplined 1 without In Spa canght and held aa to form protection "gnliiMt bnlleta. Hreathlaaa the two •■nk to their knees In the darkneaa be- hind. their eyes on the brightening daylight of the room beyond. Already 11 hole hud been stove through the up- per punel of the door, the surround- - ■ ; •* •** aothlng. Dot oven the Ifcaee's flrn sand. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 April 1921

White Front Market J. H. HORNBUCKLE, Proprietor The Best of Everything Handled in a First- Class Market Your Patronage Appreciated THE FUTURE MAY. THE PAST HAS NEVER, THE PRESENT CANNOT. PRODUCE BETTER SERVICE — TRY « BEXLEY & For your GROCERIES. WE CARR Y the BEST NEW AND FRESH Our Motto "Service and the Goods," w, The Chamber of Commerce i Will hunt a buyer for Syrup, Hay, Wood, anything on the farm or in the city that you want sold. List them at the Chamber of Commerce We are at Your Service ■Our Motto: "We Do Things" Letter from Mayor Aim To The Citizen* of Winnaboro: Two yea in ago I waa elected your mayor without epproitipn and I aprrecrtte the honor and trust that v. us impcead in me I never made any kind of prom-j ice to any one. However, after 1 was elected and at the first j council meeting I did make this promise: That 1 would give Wiflnsboi'o an adequate water supply nnd would improve the streets, and as to whether or not 1 have made good on this; will leave that for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

* fi w theyl fi'ps soj rnotH U u'ldr Ho left] lim sol old He J Ceme-I I fun-1 thou 1 he and. lied is \\1 city llcctiot [April ling i |r and iUm lyrara. ' clio« nerci nagef [oteri be r i tfiiinisbora eck lij cTxi" N0- U WINNSWJIto, WOOD COUNTY, TEN \s A,.„l f 1W! ~ $1.2', I'Kli YKAR ec," ::'ayA0. o°oir^ a Car' 's the hest on the market for the price. Let "n0T, 'in(] F Trd (,c flu. ierVi'Ce °n ^ at your co!nman^ W^en in tr3U^'3- Also a" kinds of Accessories F ■'! ,".,n ™vp vnn / ''u: y !,ll(' at prices that are always light. Some Groceries and Hardware on s!'Je. oan save you money. Come to see us when you want anything in our lines. TOM S. STEED. OFFICIAL STATKMKNT The First National Bank W INNS BOKO, TEXAS At tlie Clone of Hiiaineaa F«h. 21, t 21, an Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RKSOURCKS Loan* and Dlsoouats I4M1.332.09 0. S Bond* 1ft1.4ft0.00 Building and Fixture* 11,700.00 Cash and Exchange $178, IH0.44 Bill*of Exchange 34,838.20 213,028.91 Total $012,510.73 LIABILIT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

« 1 El. White Front Market J. H. HORNBUCKLE, Proprietor The Best of Everything Handled in a First- Class Market ✓ Your Patronage Appreciated S ■M«na Important Notice To Our Custom em: Commencing the First ofi Api'ti v.e n*iii pa. our business ou u uir'c.ly CtUm ci Ovur^e tails aues not Apply to. jLlec.ricul servi^j as there is no way to Metermine the i.u'.ounl you ure due lor this serv:ce until your meter is read at the end 01 each month, hut ior this class of seKyice we will expect your bill to be paid by the 10th '.<f each month or ir iu>t, we Will be obli ged to dis- continue your service until your l>ill is settled. Remember, we cannot run our business on an I 0 U basis unless the other felloe will let US OWE HIM all I of which he will not do. Yours for better service, 1 Winnsboro Ice & Light Co.j Miami*'1 THE FUTURE MAY. THE PAST HAS NEVER. THE PRESENT CANNOT, PRODUCE BETTER SERVICE — TRY BEXLEY & For your GROCERIES. WE CARRY the BEST NEW AND FRESH ACKER ..3 Ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

Ilow "death _ DtrvouMMM, diffi. dijorders. Th* world ■ Amedy f°r >"dn«y, liver, ^ uric acid trouble# gold medal Lv5 % lrt r#urf and oftan ward off Koo n lb* national tbar ■ only two of tu, an' it would b« aort o' fool lab tryln ter fight a way through, oven a (fin' Mexicans. Flf. teen ter two la aome odda, hut 'taln't In my nature, or Jlm'a here, ter turn round an' leave that girl In the hauda o' fheru cusses—is It, Jlinr —« P«tb It could be Jy studded with danger the alnd ae- t tin 11 y recoiled In con tempi atioiL They were atlll sitting there c legged In the aand when the alienee wua Huddenly punctuated by the aharp report of a revolver. The aound hare- W eat cot t WHH flrat at the rim, ator- Ing eagerly downward. For a mo- ment nil he noticed waa a man lying .jHoiund lot mora than 100 ill draff!***' 'n M 6he ilraoge Case j il Cavendish i ▼▼ By llANDALL PARRISH Uttior of "Th« Devil'a Own," I'M; L«Jjr of tb North," etc. ♦♦♦♦? j tins bullish. are you, Mutt?" ho "Oh, I wua Juat I...

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

y -1- I cn w ^ 4 • *. a o o a oc o IX w u < Dh c/5 X o H < £ Announcing the Selection of CORLEY & 1> )UGLAS Of this City as the Representative of the "Merchants of the Gold Plume" It is a n^rk of distinction which is Ix'stowed, upon only one merchant in each town, who in each case must conduct a storre which is credited to his community—such is the rank of the merchaut with whom is placed the Franchise of I BR i Gold Plume Toasted Coffee Sooner or later this Franchise brings to every Gold Plume merchant the leadership in the coffee business, because the excellence of this blend which is toasted—not roasted—is such that its fame spreads throughout the communiy and folks WILL have it, once they taste it—even if necessary to change grocers to get it. Please congratulate the above store on se- curing the Franchise of "Gold Flume" Coffee and try a pound can today—Heal Coffee—Diffe rent—Better. PRKSIOKNT COFFFE HEADQUARTERS, FT. SMITH AGRICULTURAL NOTES Terraces that have bee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

HOT m VS. IfcSY MONEY $100 If you can buy goods from us cheaper and get a chance at $100 One Hundred Dollars that we will give away April 30th, why not? It will be just like gettine monev from home Trv <? nnt Save money on erery purchase and get HUNDRED DOLLARS besides CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE P. S.—Best Flour Now $2.65 and May Get Cheaper. - and Connor - Campbell Lumber Company fjusboro Weekly News ier R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ntered as second-class mat- September 24, 1909, at the office at Winnsboro, Texas, |er the act of March 3,1879. dvertising rates made known (^plication. BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY Personal and Local Items Rev. R. J. Smith, left Friday for Milican to hold a revival meeting. )r. B. A. Harry feTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Mice in home on North Main lectin Dr Sum Brock's real- Ice, Calls answered any time. Lnsboro, - - Texas Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith re- turned last week from Hot Springs H. W. Brewer was in Green- vile, Tuesday. Mi's. Cora Weir and son, Welby Weir, left t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

if fr 1 . 1 f ft ■ Hi coald M little Iron the door- way, only the dark shadow of a mu'i tan lying full length on the floor, bo took the lamp down from the f. and held It ao the feeble light Ml upon the upturned face. Ha ■tared down at the features thus re- reeled, unable for the moment to find expression for hla bewilderment. "Can you come here, dear?" be callad. Hhe atood beside him, gazing from Ida face Into those feature* on which the rays of the lamp fell. "What la It?" ahe questioned brcuth- loaaly. "la be dead?" "I do not know; but that mun la not Cavendish. Will you bold tbe lamp until 1 I earn If he la alive?" She took It In trembling bands, sup- porting herself against the wall, while be crossed tbe room, and knelt beside the mutloulesa figure. A cureful ex- amination revealed the man's wouud to be painful though not particularly aerious, Westcott lifted tbe mail's bead and the motion caused the eye- lids to flutter. Slowly the eyes ojicned, and stared up into the face bend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

to(frfrt no had exhibits rfje'l K t that duped (Hit h * wild, almost r«A0d It's el#«r enough that (h„ wrong trull. Anyhow °°h,.r,. isn't Tom Hurke, nl- !° .leeelve the very .lev- ,i, li ianilh nl? Am I n-uily * I the way. and HI 1 « lie Rlnuced tihoul at the >%„ „f you iiiIhhwI your sup- If mi, ««'(! he glad to have your E3 tlx- Invitation," returnml 'v "I whs upatalrs, £ to lit'ur the bell, Perhaps Cn,.-n •*'" me what.steps ,r i:ike In a fuse like .nine. fLe puMied out together, fol- guidance of Tlniinons. and #llU!i(l f their voices subside I mofused murmur. WestcoU 'idki I lie face beside him. \m,i bo very tired. dear." ured, Jim," she wild, "but C, iiiiow It. I have a big Job K„rr|s will want three thou- j of this and he'll want It u, „u Ihat lie can scoop the town." the town I" Westcott n re- Irt, (lint means my paper gets a that no other paper gets. And avendlsli case Is going to be my Will you walk with me down gallon r jiHi Westcott nodded silently Huoli her aria In his a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 April 1921

fINU . 7.W r% J )oro T. B. Turner & Son if i c H'fe'T I j FOR APRIL Stimulators, Business Builders, for the month of April. Get your share. Visit our store at once and every week of this month for we have planned to make it profitable for you. Late Spring and Summer Merchandise sold on the lowest price basis. We will appreciate a liberal portion of your patronage in April. - w a,, "fyhi Hosiery We should say "Foot Rest" Hosiery, that's what we are fumous for. Our enthusiasm over this line will lead us to say too much, so will just give fucts. We have sale prices on all Hosiery. You buy them for less and yet they have l>een proven by hundreds of Winnsboro homes to be better. AI>out every third customer in our store buys Hosiery. There's a reason—On Saturday alone we sell from 100 to 150 pair of Foot Rest Hosiery. It's the best Foot foremost. We carry a stock of two thousand pair. Millinery Our After Easter Sale, is doubling the sales in thirf department. We have studied buy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

«*CW. UISV <? T«ft ekljj -ii m.jL' 11.25 PER YEAR iN0 33 . WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS April 15 1921 ,ur display of Dodge^Automobiles. If you want a car, the Dodge it the best on the - Ai - r* J cT~"—o " a tor "1C is me Dest on tne me flpr the price. Let {0Vf] y°Unrl FVv r\ pqvg nf fh ierv+lce Station ls at your command when in trouble. Also all kinds of Accessories ! ger n an w ™ mnnil p Quality and at prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on le. tan save you money. Come to see us when you want anything in our lines TOM S. STEED. T mmmmm OFFICIAL RTATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBOItO, TEXAS At tin-' Clone of HualneNM F«t . U I, IWt, im Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES fjOuriH anil Di*oount $406,332.09 U. S. Honda 191,450.00 Buildintr and Fixtures 11,700.00 Ca li and Kxchanfe 9178,190.44 Uillsof Kxcliange ;(4,83ft.20 2tf.028.tt LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Kund 100.000.00 Undivided 1'rolltn 9m,242.*'2 Circulation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

White Front Market \ p J. H. HORNBUCKLE. Proprietor The Best of Everything Handled in a First- Class Market Remember We Will Deliver Your Meat to the Grocery Stores Your Patronage Appreciated ! ANDAtSO THIEF i Deputy Sheriff Goes to San Fran* oisco for Robber and Has Experience. , Wj ' -r- , Ban Francisco.—l,ou McKeiy, ty niicjirr lit Keieyvlllc, L«hi county, ( came to Mho F runclaco to have the po- lie* here help him find aoiuf crack*- men who robbed the poet office there. MeKelly wore a btjj 1broad-l>inni(d whit* hat with a rattleanake *kto for a bund. It la a hat ha waa proud of. 8aId he to Oetectlve George IllppelfX : "I liuve shown some of jrou fellow* how to hum for big game np there In the aunimer time. Now jrou ahow me about your hunting down hare." Then they went to dinner In a fa h- lonable enfe. MeKelly hung up hi* ruttk'MiriUe akin hat. They ant down ■r ♦ ' I'/ ! ■ j it i I it THE FUTURE MAY. THE PAST HAS NEVER. THE PRESENT CANNOT. PRODUCE BETTER SERVICE — TRY — BEXLE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

fATCH BIG 4 „y$. Heart- Uvt r^i«l orgs'18 healthy by "taking <he world'a stand* rjT for kidney, ivar. KV acid troublaa— jOLD MEDAL Redder M. POLITE BANDIT WORKS DENVER Belated Citizens Are Held Up by Hold-Up-Man De Luxe.' , B«n*dr u< Holland tor JffiSS* Qu..n Wilh.l- three slss* ll^cw Mru,1*" U" ^EP QUIET NEXT TIME ,4-.pl.r for Dssd Bodlss Had i p,fct of Luck and Spoiled It by Talking. ,Mit time that Hugh Brady, Ijnppl.-r for bodies in Wil- j river, gets a tip that a body [k found, he i going <-0 keep it uielf s:id then conduct hia ij the darkest hours of the WON'T ROB SOLDIER Modern Raffle* Dislikes Old Watchee, but He Dearly Loves Coin— Ooean't Use Stronger Word Than Darn. Denver, Cola—"llaffles." the gentle- manly cracksman, haa nothing on u bandit who bus been imtkIiik free with oilier people's bankroll* litre for over *ise? two uionths. The exploits of Denver's hold-up luuu de luxe began Iiihi siiiii- nier when a sturdy c|iu|>. clad In a dingy macklnuw, muck a gun u...

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