Chicago Ledger, v. XLV, no. 13, Saturday, March 31, 1917, [incomplete, copy 2].
Ellis, J. Breckenridge (John Breckenridge), 1870-1956.
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The Windfair mystery; or, Keeneyes in disguise / by J. Breckenridge Ellis. Keeneyes in disguise
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VOL. XLV.NO.13. CHICAGO, lLL., SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1917. SINGLE COPIE;
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erected. houses had been built. other
railroads had laid their tracks par- of the city line and the branch road shore. along which the junction town come face to race with a boyhood chum
and and crosswise to that tamillar running down to his home town. Wind- straggied, was Just as it had been in his who stared and passed on without to.
line uh had brought him from lair. Now, however, he saw everything nineteenth yea: suspicion of his identity.
the city. Bridge Junction had not. in with the consuming (ever or one coming A commodious hotel faced the station, The last time he had seen Bridge Junc-
the old lirtyk. possessed for him any in- back alter a long enforced absence. and and he Went thither slowly, intending to tian. he ad been marched away under
terest save as the point of intersection it pleased him to discover that the river pass the three hours of waiting-the -guard with handcuffs on his wrists. It
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