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

TO* C \ I F|. H * 1 M m ill > — I fti, J ' dK't 'iM m ffi i i ■n GREAT MONE V RAISING ANNIVERSARY SALE Opened Saturday, May 28th with a boom. Hundreds of p ? attend our Guinea party at 8:45 and enjoyed the aport Still greater crowds surged against out doors for ad j mittance at the open ng hour to share in the mighty B; r tins and try their luck in receiving one of the 25 Dollar <fiills, a little : year girl was one of the 25 lucky ones. Everybody was happy and the whole day until the closir/; time was a wonderful success. S Jes were nearly double the amount anticipated. Now lets continue the next two weeks with a boom, Plenty of pleasant sales people, not' £ but clean, fresh, quality merchandise to choose from Our wholesale friends are continuing to send special Sale Bargains d>tily. Get your share. Here are a few of the hu . ' eds of valuesat manufacturers prices, wholesale prices. Some with very small profit and a good portion below cost. A complete clean up. LET'S GO. M...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

T fa itwshoro ftkcliln NO. 41. _W1NNHB0RQ, WOOD COUNTV, TEXAS. JUNK i0> „21. $1.25 PEK YEAR P1 — =^=g"—f 1.6«l I DI\ 1 DAI lr Sale ?ca^ter ^Tourili* Car- StoraK« Batteries in Stock; Tires at L Top Re-covers; Carbureters; Oils, Gas and c"<: FroA™IndR-S" Water'"tP**' P£es °n 1 forget our Service Stat,on when in trouble. First-Class Work, Iteasonable Prices TOm S. Steed ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ t lon't Be Afraid of I Your Banker x LARGE CROWDS ATTENDS THEATRE ten you want to talk over with us your money af s, don't be afraid to come to the FIRST NATION , BANK. Rememl>er WE WANT TO HELP YOU in try way we can. We'll give you all the time to talk |ui you want. We will do all in our power to help you ■ down and figure out with you ways r.nd moans of Eping you. Tho FIRST NATIONAL BANK really fcts to he!? err home people, Khy not take us at our |rd end c. ll and see us ? A large crowd attended the Amusu threatre Monday night to see Norma Talmadge in the ^ "Branded Woman." It was a ^ good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

£>*67 ■i, . , aitWL Ifj F } %': 4m Iv H If It's Meats We have it—all kinds at live and let live pre-war prices. We also carry a line of Flour, Meat and Feed. Also Pure Hog Lard at 15c per pound CITY MARKET !ABOUT TEXAS AND FIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Election, Fourth Saturday in July. 1921. and perd em of members of the Legislature of the State of Texas. AGAINST the amendment :o Section 21 of Article 8 of the Constitution relating to the mielage ' tnd per diem of mem bers of the Legislature of the St te of Texas. This amendment proposes i.o reduce the mielage or traveling; before they exiH-nse of legislators to oncjt0 vote. half of what is is now; also pie i Also, at present, : 11 poses to pay them not to ex'towns of more than ceed $10 a day for a session o! SHU(j people must get 120 days and $5 a day thereaf ter. The Legisl tun: c ml'! pay them less. They now iret $5 a for 60 their expenses with $2 day. The rnent should lie adopted, the records of the Comptn'IcrV Ot jrjsimure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

iissifSo HARDING RETURNS HOME OPTIMISTIC ^ Washington, June 1.—Govern "TTTv _<;5o0 Stock in Far or ^ rding of the Federal Ke ' Cotton Oi' company, li. serve Board made the foilow rAnipbell- j,n* statement on return^ — from a trip through agricultura? PJ!S|'-U"U" on north and industriu, BKljol|B f h dMt See K. C. Camp- „ Wm1 ^ I traveled througn Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas. Elsewhere I saw anil SALK — Residence with •ouitJ facing Myr- acrc K1(J Street. Something nice. See (v Robwtson or write me. \y •• ,111 Praetor- j[, Pierson. bid?., Dallas, Texas. qALE 1*30 hales Bermu ass bay :'t 88 1-3 cents le. A. A. Lindsey. VTKD—Position as steno w Call or write me at M. L. Sparkman's, route [jjiss Sp rkman. T—Between Winnsboro and ^hurg. man's tfiay coat, jer will confer favor upon may have compensation owner if he will send it [him at Big Springs, Texas |H. Morrison. r—Misplaced or loaned, ab to my home place. Any formation leading to recovery lie appreci 'ted and rewa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

jt mapar* • YOITH. 19, HELD FOR BRUTAL MURDER OF 11 YEAR OLD GIRL i iV • • * ■ mi , 1 Bristol, Va. June 8.—Ewen Quillin, nineteen, is in the Er- win, Tenn., jail in connection with the murder cf an eleven year old girl at Kingsport, Tenn Quillin was captured near Kings port yestertlay when blood- hounds followed a trail fi\*n the ball park to his home. He was taken to Johnson City but fear of a mob violence led to his removal to the jail at Er- win. A mob of several hundred men gathered at Kingsport dur ing the day and more than fifty special police officers were sworn in, but last night the crowds dispersed. wflC \ I III t il Fit; , W i * " « t > I tfl t G LOQIA SVANSONUV. CtCILB DeMILLESprodudk* *VHV CUANGt MOOR VIFE?\ ^PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFIMCIUW: The wife who always insists that her husband wears rubbers when the weather looks the least bit stormy and who show urvon thousands other little attentions "for his own good" comes in for her share of lac:ngs in the latest Cecil B. DeMil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

FKIDi . i A /// •■ v- ' !&$/ ■' ■ wtif i ■^^jalmadSQ fl^ons m Love Instance Talmudge, star 01 Lons in Iiove," coming to jAmusu Theatre for an en lenient of two days, Wednen fand Thursday, June 16th 16th, was recently called d help local motion pic • interests of Seattle, Wash ■ion. make a success of a L] midnight matinee for (Hoover Relief Fund for the hing chiliren of Europe. J immediately shipped a pair ■her own personaly autogra d pink l>edroom mules to be tioned off at the benefit. I affair was a gr«.*t success. i local i happenings R. N. Mason was in Celeste Friday. R. J. Turner made a business trip to Dallas Tuesday. R. W. Low of Quitman was in the city Wednesday. C. F. Corley of Newsome was in the City Monday. Miss Dorothy Lindsey of Em blem is visiting relatives here. Use our Classified Ads. They get results. Claude Harper is at home for his vacation. Claude Lee Mitchell was in the city Friday. A. F. Kimmey left Monday for Brazoria where he will spend the summer. Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

TURNER MERCANTILE GO'S. The Biggest Ever Held In Winnsboro, Texas I DRESS GINiJHAMS The Regular 20 cent Kind, Stripes, Checks and solids. 10c DRESS PERCALES The regular 25c kind, in light and dark pat terns. 12 Vic BROWN DOMESTIC Regular 25c grade, full yard wide. 10c BLEACH DOMESTIC Regular 25c value, full yard wide. 10c COTTON CHECKS The regular 20c kind, good round thread. 10c 3 POUNDS CCTTON BATTING Good for quilting for 49c Enters second week with greater reductions. New goods are being added daily and the pr ices on our regular stock are being cut deeper as the sale progresses. Only one more week and then this great sale will pass into history as one of the biggest bargain events ever held in Winnsboro. TO ANY CUSTOMER SPENDING S20 CASH IN ONE BILL WILL RE CISIVE ONE GINGHAM DRESS PATTERN FREE. 6 YDS. TO DRESS Let The Price Be Your Guide MEN'S OVERALLS The regular $1.50 kind, made of good heavy blue denim. 98c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS The regular $1.00 kind, made of good blue cheviot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

i.M, V J | , i J /, • • • • • • • ':• !: '■ ' • k * * • . * II J V 38— <yV —. x v I: wwv""i mt ^ ^!n%'/< II, W%'i ___ iksxW; '' '/"t'r HAaWSKHflM ,1 MtaB8>Kw«wfr LAWN MOWERS, HEDGE SHEARS, GARDEN HOSE METHODIST NOTES Keeping your lawn v. ill be a pleassure if you have the right equ'pment. We have the right kind. Let us show you. Screen Doors and Screen wire time is hpre, don't forget we have a complete line of screen ing supplies. Canning is very popular this year. It can be made a 1 leasant and profitable business if you are careful to use the right cooking vessels and cans. We have everything that is ncces sary to make home canning success. WHITE MOUNTAIN Freezers are the liest Tripple motion. Any kid can turn one, ask your neighbor about it. 5 r i rH r yl . % J $j I . ■ " :S ■'X3% Standard Non-Skidi Tire 'mm y,; __ Th is new low price I3 mado po9£,bIc jO, y p1' Ft P-«. hy ctrictsst ccon- ) ,;• ; i cmiea and cpecial* / '*•'( j ; iiiet? prociuction. '«Plant No. 2 was i. i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 June 1921

v*Il ■rr V \ f:V : T k 41 tt N'i S^gffgglEffgffEgggaZg5^Fa^^?g^^S^S?g^a^^gg^5gM^ggB^^fii THE BIGGEST SALE OF OUR HISTORY Truly Remarkable Values—Surprising Bargains This Sale has been a success from the opening hour. We have disposed of a volume of merchandise. NOW, our wholesale friends have encouraged us to continue this sale through June. They are backing us with new. crisp merchandise, specially priced. Quanties of merchandise must be sold and such prices as these will move them. Make a list of your needs. Let us fill it for you. Buy your complete summer wants now at these Sale Prices and select from a Fresh, Clean Stock. Millinery MILLINERY—The Greatest Values in Our Eight years of business. Some Hats are not one h.df hut even as low is one third former value. Of course we are receiving classy new pat- tern hats every few days that are not sold at a sacrifice hut at a VERY LOW PROFIT. We are gl id to retrim hats reasonable. We carry a splendid stuck of flowers, ribbons arti tri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

ri¥ NO. !-• WINNSBORO, W001> COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 17, 1921. $1.25 PER YEAR Qol< Eor,d Tr,u£kt Second-Hand Dodge Roadster and Touring Car. Storag e Batteries in Stock; Tires at )F Reduced I rices; lool Boxes, Ford Cushions, Dodge and Ford Seat Covers, Special Prices on Dodge Ford Top Re-covers; Carbureters; Oils, Gas and Greases; Free Air and Free Water. TV*™ Q 'tForget our Service Station when in trouble. First-Class Work, Reasonable Prices. * Olil O. OlCCa M3 CONTENTED [Tht person who is contented with their lot seldom betters that lot. He ambitious. Desire to lie some- thing better—a richer man or woman. Forge ahead 1 Begin an Interest Account at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Strain every nerve tyr> add to it. Don't be con- tented with a small account. Cut out every expense hossilile. Every dolalr you gank here makes you that |TU.i, ..ifhcr '.hat much tetter off. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas W.G. PRY01 DENOUNCES ?i NEFF'S CHARGES UNTOE t y X (From Austin Statesman) Hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

: m III ' I nil.1 • I • 4 ^ i i H ■: ; I •J&v (JM t V ft i ►/' <1 f" """"■fOiie Mas Killed Instantly Another Seriously Wounded Cash tor Cream BRING US YOUR CREAN AND RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. HONEST TESTS, FAIR WEIGHT Metzgea Bros., Dallas Since 1889 DALLAS A. A. Snow Agent I About 10:80 oclock Wednea- >> iuuii it i k ASTRR d * night on the farm of llul* ' • ^ ROAD EXTENSION j McAhater, 4 miles vast of town |j John Mihian, nbout 88, was shct Marshall, June 15.—Efforts I and died almost instantly, and tQ jn(juoe the Santa Fe Railway Guy Caitisle, al>out 21 was pro- !to taj<e over an(i operate the bably fatally wounded. After |sectjon 0f the Marshall & East the shooting the body of John Texa8 Railway between Marsh- Milam was taken to the under- all and James, Te as, wi'M be , taking rooms of W. R. W lkin- mftde by the ]ocai Chamber of ' son. Guy Carlisle was carried toj Commerce. Dr. Geo Baber's sanitarium, The ganta Fc jg sui{| ^ where he was given treatmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

will turn ambi PS, ilKempered quick®'' «■" .constipa>,1ion- fondling wl" ren",, Fihe bwmore l,abLC *u- diseases than this Ipoijonous condition. COMET WILL BE HERE JUNE 26 The biggrat demonstration of , nature Y own fireworks of the sea •on will take place on or about June 26. Scientists informs us that the Pons-Winneckejcomet | will pay the earth a nocturnal ,\i it and will come within about (XX),000 miles of this old world. Hie Pons-Winnecke, being some don not only overcomes con- ^i, n (!"<•• ' ' V Wltl' a" th® drrangad digeation | by ordinuy laxatives. We are ao urt> that j gt Our Stoie. b2 ." ':at u i,iKh '""chi"* "S, „;irfly«"'"r<lin«JT I «" 'y the high spots of this tOUr yw'r-yr! >he u.,i,t.rst, but will h, (or * i,v yisibh', regardlless of Ins far- trill Tf A X awayness. |\jl IX ™" it-'* *.^m. I On this date the earth will have .one 0f t|)c grcat(;st r|jSp|ays uf firewworks that it has ever seen, according to our learned scientist This will be in the form of a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

r :'vo b i m a ; . li I I . i mU Wiiisbori Weekly News Homer R. Wsir, Editor METHODIST NOTES' Say, brother Methodists, did you go to church last Sunday? If 11.2b A YEAR IN ADVANCE. j|iot I wonder where did you go, Entered m sscond-claas mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, oadcr the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known m application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY : tade Jdhtt? Jbsb JUDGE GARY IS ALWAYS FAITHFUL TO HIS MAN BLOWS HEAD OFF IN OWN HOME Yesterday at noon John C. Bail ey, a farmer who lives on the C. S. Stephens farm on the Monti- cello road about six miles south west of town blew the top of his head of with a shot gun in the dining room of his home in the O yes, we had a good day at ydur church, the church you solemn- ly promised God to support and attend upon its ordinances. Yes, there arc enough faithful ones to keep the grand old ship sailing on and on. But, our sorrow is, what is to become of you? It is true that we have been acc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

[n hand is better two birds by mail r.TC.r. than ST! HEN jrou order > piece of good, by mail, you know nothing about the quality of the article delivered until it has been tested by use. Having been used and foun«f wwting, yoS have to go to the trouble of Kndin* it a long distance back for long-dis u!d«d"ctK3n* •very '"*^'4 Trade in a home store and yoa get quality. The local merchant must carry quality or his neighbors will not trade with him. And if .H I. ' ,n bad <luality acciden- tally, it is only a step into his store to show him the error. '<?• . V*K mf.rcha ta of our town have pirwiNr f Sual,,y *nd P ce. If you will jOUGH PICKING. only figure out the dbmmon sense of it, you will find that it is cheaper | to tradt boni* m 'on8 run ^ •hort fun, too. I GET UNDER COVER At The iusu Theatre [FKIDAY, JUNE 24th ieen Theatre URDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHT . IN PRICE LOCAL }PENINGk Judge Heavers was in Mount Vernon Tuesday. WILL EUY BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY J he entertainment given by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

(CLASSIFIED )' JOINT DEBATE 1 I [t . : ; lifK$3K fi 5 PH I ■ '} J ! Wood County Democrat: The first Sunday in July, 1921,1. G. W LOST—Thursday, part of foun- tain pen. Finder will pleas* re- turn to this office or to Miss Mattie Clanton. Reward. FOR RENT—Good 4 room house naer south school build- ing. Mrs. W. A. Burroughs. FOR SALE- $500 Stock in Far niers Cotton Oil company. R. C. Campbell. FOR REN r—House on north Main str -et. See R. C. Camp- bell. FOR SALE — Residence with half acre ground facing Myi- tle street. Something nice. See R. N. Robertson or write me. W. M. Pierson, 414 Praetor- ian bldg., Dallas, Texas. DANCE TO EUROPEAN STEPS FOR SALE—150 bales Bermu da grass hay at 33 1-3 cent:- per bale. A. A. Lindse.v. WANTED—Position jis steno grapher. Call or write me at Mrs. M. L. Sparkman's, route 6. Miss Sp^rkman. LOST—Between Winnsboro and Pittsburg, man's gray coat. Finder will confer favor upon and may have compensation from owner if he will send it to him at Big Springs, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

i wrwvw giisu Theatre jDAV, JUNE 23rd ONE DAY ONLY (ADVANCE IN PRICE PICNIC TO BE HELD.AT MT. ZION JULY 4TH Mt. Zinii will pull off her big 4th of July picnic thin year for the 32nd time. We will have speaking and ringing in tiie forenoon and sinking- in the af- ternoon. Some of the beBt sing- ers in the County have promis- TEXA8 NOTIFIED CHEROKEES PLAN SUIT FOR LAND Austin, June 16.—Formal nj> tice that permission to file sul; against the State of Texas lnlhv .. - g"*1 twwvw the Supreme Court next Novw> jterday " l aS man yea ,l>er for the recovery of approxl- gets KLAN WARNING Dallas, June 15.—"It is sug- gested that the climate of Tex- a* is unhealthy for a man or your character," ww the curt statement in letter received ed to 1m> with uk P , v ,.*«! • b °rxne recovery of approxl Center Hill home talent Comlfe1®1^ 1 B00.°90 HCreH for alte- rs nv uill itni on n... i . . w(' .dispossession in 1839 wan received today by the Attorney puny will put on "For the Love of John...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 June 1921

™5 f ij I r ■ J* TEN FOOT COFFIN FOR TALLEST MAN mm^ivFr 9r t9i DR. FINCH f The friends in Winnsboro o' I)r. John Finch regretted to learr ot his death which occured it !Alva, Okla.. last week, after a !i)iief illness. Dr. Finch was pasto- Jof ihe Baptist church here to many months, during winch tim many Winnsboro people member of other denominations as well :# llaptists, learned to know an i love him as they had loved no ot her pastor who had ever lived i.. our town. Dr. Finch was an a hi pastor, a christian man, and rank "d in education,'culture and refill cment with great divines* of th nation and had he chosen large lields than Winsboro or Alv his name would have been univer jsally known, But Dr. Finch di-. not crave the plaudits of man; his mission was to do good an ' lead people to a better life. Hi .efforts were not in vain, lie wa- |:i hroadpiinded man, but not ir the sense that winks an eye at isin. Hhe taugh the "narrow path" and followed hit; teachings. His going away fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

eciiln CU>6, WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, i.:\ vS. .)[ NK 21, 1921. $1.25 PER YEAR 53.1c ReduM^Prlppt^rn^F?^ Roadster and Touring Car. Storage Batteries in Stock; Tires at l Tm IV "overs- Carhnrpfpru- Oi?." r .r"sns' Dodge and Ford Seat Covers, Special Prices on Dodge ^rd lop l^-covers, carbureters, Oils, Gas and Greases; hee Air and Free Water T O Ci J I Far.'-! our Service Station when in trouble. First-Class Work,. Reasonable Prices. 1 OKI O. bteed I CARL AZBELL BURIED HERE WEDNESDAY OUR DEPOSITORS The body of Girl Azbell ar- rived from France Tuesday and was buried in the city ceme- tery Wednesday afternoon, fol- lowing appropriate services a: the Methodist church. Despite the threatening weather a large |crowd of sorrowing friends as- \m ntSt NATIONAL BANK has no favor,, It f - T K'f VV^ariS!" Rav"" all its depositors. It makes no difference how small £ Howell and Fowle pay fitting tributes to the deceased who gave his life for a righteous EAST TEXAS FRUIT AM) TRUCK SITUATION acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

raPfF T — a. i *'i" - ■■■— •OUKLE BIRTHDAY PAKTt IWII INK FROM I NEW COMKDY MOUNT VERNON I STARS COMING On last Friday evening, from 4 o'cluck til 6 Eldon and Mi> J Denfty and Howard T^cal screen lovers who re- dnid Ca set entertained twen- WOktr^.n were in Mt. Vernon cai| NVjth ^ iifrlit the auspiciou ty one of their little friends at* Maw lay and Tuesday loading a their home. Wednesday June 15 our f fru't and veretab'es, Iwing Eldon's birthday and Sat-jwhwc* the growers around that <uiiay following June 18 being piar* were shipping thru the JfiWireds. lltxe happy event ofriw. Nabors Company of this oured one evening between. Theipfac*. fc, committee of Mt. Ver- loom was gracefully dtcoratec ana trfCmMis were here las* vith various cut flowers, we en wmfe nnd mode nnt nsrements joyed some musical number; witfe Vr. Nnlwra to handle tlioir while we played interesting jaruskfcTH. Mr. Nabors has siu- ganies. Then we were lei out crsoftrtly hnndled the truck ship in the yar|l wher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 June 1921

WARWICK tweaks nose W,^iX the husky wjj| never again put I 0I, the nose of J. M. even if "• 'neanH •retirement from the Mr. pumont, who you iljjy remember as The .. ..TUy Miracle Man is T (nr that statement th« " in "Th. City ' to the Amu- [rc next Monday. Mr. i8 the hero a nil Mr. \ figures ub :>mewhat L,, And in the big )f the picture, the her«| 1the villian's nose. Mr. L gpporached the scene lantly enough. In fact, it know he was against ,e stalw:irt star had a 'ip on his probocis tuia , the act of tweaking. ,e cried something like •_a hit of realism that ,e director happy—ana the reddened member hiirids. Q Tlut Dot* Not Affect tlM Hm0 tiutonic and luxutlve cfirct. I.AXA- EioOl'NlNH iibeileMbsti or<lin«rr f usneh* nor KLd Remember the full nato'tud 1 inline o i:. v GHOVtt. JUc, HOBO LEFT DUMMIES A supposed hobo crawldJ in a bo xcar of a westbound freight train at Paris late Saturday evening to steal a ride. Soon after the tn an pulled out he made a ghastly discovery, When B...

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