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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 2 May 1857

THE HER AID. ¡/OL, I. GALVESTON, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1857. NO. I. W EE ;LY HERALD. PUHLI3IIE1 BY CHERRY, DUNN & CO., Corner on Centre mid Siruitd MtreetN. I1KRKV9 A. M. .'CNN. J* C. UBH'BRLA, OEO. COI'KLAND, J. J. DUNN I "'".in v>l,i ; ¿n n i'jf.kms daily i1kikald. no:.. The Daily will be regularly delivered 1 it early hour every morning, (Mondayi fur ««J cents a week payable to the carriern. -K . f > iH.—For each square of ten lines, ftrst "Ti! tM. Kvery subsequent insertion, 50 cents : «|¡.-."4 "nt win bp :. ■••!♦.* ' . 't' ,> «.•;.( V Ul. • <-*'(*' I •I . noli S})C . I ¡i > * <.i t" tJ J: io •.«-* 111 In: , !'. { uo 1 iuul c uvr i'v ■ uccoriliiijfly. • ; i' Ovut" i nut:' !■'•* ''ill l '"1 | i''I | . l<m neither exceedu thrc« Hues. , j • i.-i >iich ¡ni, not ileeiiu."-l I ">ry ¡ . 11 in••-.•rt- .1 , i 'V , . i •Mitwf >><; .'.míe Vriu ; I| i v.hsitevcv ./¡!< .t-rt•• t. Cor- • o.uv iiu'orwi .l that their 't s i'.ju'h <;«>niuiuriic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 2 May 1857

WEEKLY HERALD. SATURDAY MORNING, MAT 2, 1857. Thank*.—Wo uro under obligations to the cu- te pji-ing ;in<l liberal proprietor of tliu Picayune, i')i advance exchanges. Wo hopo to reciprocate iheir kindnoshos at an early day. Wo also return «mu thank to tho city and country papers who ¡crd our prospectus, and fur other courtesies. I! . 'The increasing business, and general pros- p. «-i i y of (íulvofttoii, tin* emporium of Tesan, culls f.ir means by which early news may belaid Wore its citizens, and, as we know that a now - I.] <*r, issued iii the morning, wlion people have tinii- ami inclination to read, is oagorly sought after, we have determined lliat cn^L what labor uiid capital it might, wo will lay thu "Ilurald" before our renders every morning at an Arly hour. Wo hopo that our endeavors to please will be appreciated, and that subscriptions and udver- 11leinents will como in fast. |j \ttr.oii PoariKiCATioN's.—Major Ueaurcgard, l.ipts. Newton uud l.eadbetler, and Lieut Ste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 2 May 1857

IL ,5 ■V ' • " Will the wilderness, needing only the plough aud I In' sickle to become the granary of the conti- nent, rcuiaiit*uupeopled, when the Pacific road traverses it ? W ill the richest territory of the World, enjoyiug the most salubrious climate, and lyiiiuf right on the highway between Asia and the Old World, be populated after the slow and ordi- nary mode of increase t No! States, after the example of California, will spring up as in n day —Status, Southern in feeling and in population- Mid the bnlunce of power lost in the Senate may be reclaimed—the minority may again be con- Verted into a conservative majority. But, if not, there is no clanger of an aggression from the North, which should drive the South out of the Union, wheu she posesses the key to the wealth of California and the "golden Ind." "The preparation for the coming crisis is not, then, by eliciting bitterness of feeling towards tiny «action of the Uuion, not by losing time in idle speculation—nor marshaling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 2 May 1857

SCHEDULE OK Til* Onra mi Sailing of U. M. Mail Nlrnwcra "* r.KTlVKEN THK L'NITKD KTATKS AMI KL'ROHB, FOR 1KJ7. LIKE. I From N i iv York. I'riiin llreniun 'Jau'y From From |VrnlI1 Mv«- South- j.°'ro IK.nl. ulliptnn " vf" — — iJuu'y 14 Jan'y 14; :) Jan'y 7 1 II. 21 i 84l Keb'y 3 — ■ ■ -Keb'y 81 31 Keb'y 41 'Feb' Í Mar 14 Keb'y 18 11 {Mar. Ill ■ «I March * — l4|Marcli 21, April -I 11 (April jh! Hay 8 " April : |tl '.'II May :m 'i June 13 ■:Mur. 23 March 21 -|Aprll 8 April *| -I Muy 0,'AIay 8 May anr — May Juno 8 June 8 —- August I Aii'/iut.'i li'Aiijf 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 83 '•Dim'. ■ uly 2. .Inly 2« Auk •Sept. 11 Hept. -3 Ki:p. Oct. 7 Oct. gl Oct, Nov. 4 Nov. 1H Nov. Sopt. 21 Ike. Due. Hi 30 lieu. IT) Oct. a Oct. 31 Nov. 8ti Hoc. 20 Time of Holding Uixlrit l I'aurtn in uuh Ciauair. 'I ho following are the times of holding tho District Court* in every County In the State. Counties ulphabct- arranged Tor coiiveiiiont reference. M. stands for Monday, on which iluy nil the Court commence : Ti ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

M < n# i ii. City National Bank of Galveston resources; over $4,000,000 00 Interest Paid'on Savings Accounts Ü GalvestonPHerald WW AUSTIN Univariaty mMk Ú Ed. McCarthy (uameUMHTit) BANKERS GALVESTON, TKXA& 4% n Snlip Acetnto A Partlsa ef Year Acceaat MUM VOLUME 9, NUMBER 97. GALVESTON. TEXAS, JULY IS, 1918. THE PEOPLE'S WEEKLY 7 TRAINING OF WAR BLIND New York.—Preparations under the direction of the United States army authorities to care for all Am- erican soldiers and sailors who wijl be blinded in the war have been com- pleted. The government plan which will be carried out under the direct super- vision of Colonel James Bordley of the Surgeon General's Department, is to bring American soldiers and sail- ors to this country as soon as possi- ble after they are blinded. They will then be re-educated on the 90-acre es- tate of Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett of Baltimore, which has been donated for this purpose and refitted to repre- sent a complete training school, in- cluding work ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

n* THE GALVESTON HERALD, GALVESTON. TEXAS \ «...{■ Eye ftícP lilt mm Beki, m (K-. WiK P*1 • hkiÉ ¥ tmf : v" a Iff1'. im TO-mi' Í(f¡K|? • HEAD OF GIANT BUSINESS Who's Teagle? This was a ques- tion generally asked when it was an- nounced that Walter Clark Teagle had been chosen president of the Standard OU company of New Jersey, the world's greatest oil refiners since the disintegration of the original Standurd Oil company. Aside from his business associates and personal friends few had ever heard of Teagle. lie Is only thirty-nine years old, and his success In life has been due to in- dustry and the careful training of his inlnd In absorbing ffttnlte detail. In Cleveland, where he was born on May 1, 1878, both he and his fam- ily were known perhaps as well as any citizen of that community. Mr. Teagle's father, who was of English birth, became Interested In the oil business and It was In his father's offices that Walter Teagle us a boy re- ceived his first business Inspirations and in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

'0V*'r'' m ¡A ■i—i THE GALVESTON HERALD, GALVESTON. TEXAS The Way of Sport Styles § I ■ 4 i-- ~ Sport clothes, having come to stay, hnve their growing strength constantly re-enforced by wonderful new develop- ments. Designers can be us daring us they like so long as they know how to turn out beautiful, If startling, new things that are Ingenious and full of style. Stripes and checks, in strong con- trasts of color, made .up In combina- tion with plain color, have occupied our field of vision this year, almost to the exclusion of the odd, brilliantly colored figures that were strewn over the sur- face of sport clothes last yenr. These checks and broad stripes are most cleverly managed, and now we have hats and turbuns made to match coats tnd skirts. One wonders where these new by-paths will lead, at any rate, they run In the direction of the smart- est Informal clothes that we have ever known. The sport costume pictured leaves nothing to be desired In the way of good style. It hits a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

; hmm ! i i 91 Ü¥ b¡p mi r Wti m 7 i i§wv- Aatveston Tftraló ths vfeopurt weekly 'M 'I «MM A YEAR ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY THS OALVEtTON HERALD CO. Publiahera H. O. BKARKE, Editor. Busineaa Office SOS Tremont St. PhOnea 8410, 445? Entered •• second-class mstter at the Poit Office o! Galveaton under the Act of March S, 187 . i GALVESTON, JULY IS, 1*11. KEEPING BABY PIT IN SUMMER Through the long hot aummer daya it ta a great taak to keep chil- dren happy, well and out if mia- chief capecially when the mother al- ready haa her hands more than full with the work of her houae. In the first place, children muat be kept aa cool aa possible. In hot weather thia ia not an easy task, but it may be accomplished in some measure by clothing them suitable. Babiea need only the diaper and one other garment, band or slip. Older children need only enough to cover their bodies. As far as posaiblc, children ahould aleep out of doors at night, if screened porches are avail- able, or, if not, with all the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

TH1 GALV8T0N HKKALD. 0ALV1HT0M. TMA8 Political Advertisements J. M. EDWARDS CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER Asking for re-election solely on merit and qualifica- tions based on experience. H. B. TERRELL Candidate for Re-Election State Comptroller Subject to action of Democratic Primaries, Jiilfr 27th Respectfully solicits your vote and support. Contributed and paid for by a friend. Jeff: McLemore OF GALVESTON COUNTY . Candidate for CONGRESS 7th Congressional District Subject to action of Democratic Primaries, July 27, 1918. Respectfully Solicits your vote and support. Contribut d by a friend. VOTE FOR C. N. HURDIESTON A Practical Experienced RAILROAD MAN /i. —S: GEO. F. BURGESS Most respectfully Solicits your vote and Support for Re-Eelection to the Office of County Clerk Galveston County, Texas. Subject to the action, of Democratic Primaries July 27, 1918. ITS E. B. Holman Candidate for Re-E1ection for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE First Precinct, Galveston County, Texas, Court "A." Subject t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

IPg|$P$3mmmm , iZy - §m Isimi m w THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON. TEXAS WHAT HE REALLY. WANTED i i IE. i§! a I w L If wM mm i ' i Í': % :i I? U; i M ail of One Whom Fate Forbidt to Carry Sword and Shield. Hard HI* Lot, He Cant Get Old Bill Msiindgott—But Here at Hem* Hu All ths Fun (?) Whlla Others I Fight to Crush ths Hun. The dally papera that I qee pry In tones of wonder, the praise of our fine lad In France who face the Ger- mán thunder; nnd not a «Ingle day goes by but aouie kind friend will hall roe, and with a two-lnch lino of type with gestures Will a*snil nu>. "My frleml," he orlos, "Míe Yonlcs are there! And that big boob, the kaiser, will all too soon' their anger feel, and aadder be and wiser! 'Twos only yes- terday they took a mile or two of trenches; anil soon In Merlin's parks they'll be, n-slttlng on the benches!" Now, I don't grudge that praise a bit— I like to hear them boasted; I like to heur our boys In Prance Ret cheered and sung and toasted; I wish that I w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON. TEXAS By RANDALL PARRISH A Thrilling War Story of the Copyright A. C. McClwrg & Co. CHAPTER XXVI, —17— We Sight a Boat. What Immediately followed; how we made ourselves shipshape the best we could, and held on for the next few hours, has comparatively but little to do with the Interest of this story. Lea- yord brought the two mea on deck, and -as Dade was no sailor, but more likely to prove faithful, he was sent down the ladder to assist Masters in the fire- room. Dugan took the change in ad- ministration aboard with sea-going philosophy, seemingly feeling no ani- mosity because of the rough handling received, and went to work under my •orders with hearty good will. We were ail four of us capable seamen, apd an hour of hard/ work placed the Indian Chief in very fair condition, so far as deck and running rlg^lnj; was con- •cerned. At the end, however, standing ■on the forecastle, and staring aft, I had faith that we could handle the hooker, even w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 18 July 1918

k j m ■ ~ -'-- t$k mBMBi "')á¡t^,i€-¿ . ■ ,f ■ ™, Tí; *-' I 1 ps ;V>. !íiíf MÜ Gengler's VICTORYIREAD 12-0z. Loave Large Pullman Large Rye and Pumpernickle 08c 18c and 20c 15c 25 YEARS ABO IN BALVESTON PHONE 6006 and our Bread Wagons will de- liver Bread in time for breakfast. WM. SCHADT Sash, Door, Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Roofing, Glass, Screens, Ladders, Tools, Mill Work and Beaver Board 2409-2411 STRAND Galveston, Texas ■jkst? v > Rto • life ; , ■ TBBiftpy i'. '"•.y' •, 'V/ .;, fe •" ' R. A. Stols, Pre*. J. Petcraen, V.Prea B. G. Rosenthal, Sec. and Treat. Stolz & Peterson (Incorporated) Dealer* ia Grain, Feed and Hay OCiee. Elevator aad Warehoate Sl*t aad Market and Mechanic St*. Galveaton, Texaa. July IS, 1883. The city council met and it waa announced that the city was out of cash and also that no more money could be borrowed. It was said that an examination of the books would be made. The resignation of City Auditor Clifford was read and accepted. Maurice Gros was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

I be City National Bank of Galveston RE80URCE3! OVER $4,000,00000 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts ^ ^ luSffi. . (imiactmitTii) BANKERS GALVESTON, TEXAS. 4% on Sailncs AcmnIi A tortita ef Veer Aiciaat WkM m m VOLUME 9, NUMBER M. GALVESTON, TEXAS, JULY S3, 1911. THE PEOPLE'S WEEKLY PATRIOTISM IS NOT INSANITT New York, July.—Insane on one point, a fixed idea of Interne patriot- ism, was the finding of two alienists who examined Timothy Crowley. Crowley shot and wounded Frank Van Name May 9. Crqwley is a first class petty officer and ship fitter in the navy. He said he shot the man because he believed he was pro-Ger- man. Dr. Cecil McCoy and Dr. Ed- ward N. Hicks were appointed to ex- amine into Crowley's sanity. Their report was made to County Judge McDermott. "No man in these days," said Judge McDermott, "with a fixed idea of intense patriotism and mentally healthy in every other way, will be adjudged insane by me." James W. Redmond, counsel for Crowley, asked Dr. Hicks: "Would not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

Tift: m hmuvii .,*71 V, ; WWWWMWBWBMBMI,>' 1 .'■ II JjFnSSi'iiEH58BIÍ'iMI H&* I , ÍWR Kí" THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON. TEXAS HEADS UNITED EXPRESS UNES Thirty-two years ago a freckled faced youngster hanging around the depot at Rlpon, Wis., asked the station agent'for the privilege of driving the delivery wagon. He looked like an ambitious kid and the agent told him he might if he would be careful and not let the horse ran away. However, the agent ob- served that the boy did his work so well that the second week he paid him 60 cents. The boy's name was George O. Taylor. Today Mr. Taylor Is president of the American Bullway Express com- pany, which has assumed control of all express lines In the United States, with headquarters in New York. llr. Taylor relinquishes the presi- dency of the American Express com- pany, whose head he has been for sev- eral years. From delivery boy he ad- vanced to station agent, to division superintendent, to district chief, to officer, to vice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON. TEXAS SPRINTING IS QUITE POPULAR PASTIME AMONG ALLIED SOLDIERS BEHIND LINES I. Ec That the soldier Is always keen for recreation, whether on the battlefield or In training camps, Is shown In this picture of a field of athletes ready for the start In a 1,400-meter run which is being held behind the firing lines In Prance. For the time being the runners have discarded their uniforms and rifles and equipped themselves with the best possible athletic material on hand in order that they may show their best speed. Trench work and camp training have hardened the men, and although many of them had not competed in a race for many years, all succeeded In completing the long dis- tance. JIM THORPE AGAIN AFTER REGULAR JOB Jim Thorpe is a great believer In that old adage, "If you don't succeed first time, try, try again." The famous Indian athlete who gained great renown In track athletics and football, is not cutting such n fancy figure in baseball, but he is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

EnwHh^nilPffT ft$v I (y Wm m ; i ■ 3. ¿I É| 1; J L WE [ m. |,*( ill Ü SMI iji}-; ■ mfe ■iiw ' mi a i'm::' t&l'- #? Sí' ,W. ¡&J if it J, \ii" kh§3H£«' É5 . - - . ■ V <« >.\ T •■Vm . ., i: |: - ■4 i*Á Kl ¡KwltSW (galveston Tferalfc TUB PEOPLE'S WEEKLY ■¡SkyMM A YEAR * IMUED EVEEY THUE1PAY THE OALVESTON HERALD CO. Publisbsrs H. O. 8KARKB, Editor. Business Office 80S Tremont St. Phones 9410, 4457 Entered as second-class utter K the Poet Office ol Galveston wider the Act of March a, 117*. OALVESTON, JULY M, 1011. WOMEN VOTERS. 1. You must take your registration certificate to the polls. Take nothing else with you. 8. If you have lost your certificate go to the polls just the same; the election judge will swear you to that fact, and then you can vote. 3. The election judge will hand you a ballot; mark out all the names you do not wish to vote for; fold up the 'ballot so the names can not be seen and hand it to the election judge. 4. Use a 'black pencil only; you must not use...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

Political Advertisements J. M. EDWARDS CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER Asking for re-election solely on merit and qualifica- tions based on experience. H. B. TERRELL Candidate for Re-Election State Comptroller Subject to action of Democratic Primaries, July 27th Respectfully solicits your vote and support. Contributed and paid for by a friend. Jeff: McLemore OF GALVESTON COUNTY Candidate for CONGRESS 7th Congressional District Subject to action of Democratic Primaries, July 27, 1918. Respectfully Solicits your vote and support. Contribut ed by a friend. VOTE FOR C. H. HURDLESTON A Practical Experienced RAILROAD MAN e « 1 £ TO THE VOTERS OF THE SEVENTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Senator from this district (re-election). W. L. HALL GEO. F. BURGESS Most respectfully Solicits your vote and Support for Re-Eelection to the Office of County Clerk Galveston County, Texas. Subject to the action of 'Democratic Primaries July 27, 1918. MARSHALL SPO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

Sí 8HS KMglí IIP US: ¡Kr ¿i. i • BT'tv:'1' I li' li \ THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON, TEXAS WHAT CAN mm Dot Tbe 3tug«* Woman's War Relief la ■ largo charity with muny branches. Among its activities Is u committee wblch has charge of the making of wind-proof vests for aviators and oth- er fighting men who And It difficult to dress so us to keep warm. These vests are mado of old gloves and pieces of leather and are wurmer than sweaters. It Is said they are a great protection against "beastles" that are sore to assault the soldier. Gusts of wind cannot get by thora. Everyone who has old kid gloves to spue should contribute thein to the tiriny or learn how to make the vests. The Stage Woman's War Relief has a large light loft, Installed with electric aewfag machines, where the vests are made. Many of the gloves ore sent In already cleaned—and this Is n great help—others are sent to tho cleaner. Then they are cat to form flat pieces of leather. These are matched up for sise and color. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

im*. W f- ' kt fia ifjRSSS THE GALVESTON HERALD. GALVESTON, TEXAS II 'A By Randall Parrish Copyright A. C McCIurg St Co. The Best Sea Story of the War That Has Been Written ' CHAPTER XXVII—Continued. —18— After the meal I yielded to my own need of rest, certain I should be on «leek all night, and returned to the cabin. I left my stateroom door open, but In ten minutes I was sound asleep. What awakened me I do not know. I had a confused sense of some heavy body falling, but no other sound. Yet this Impression was so strong, so in- sistent, that I sat up in the berth, and stured out through the open door into the cabin beyond. I neither saw, nor heard anything, yet did not withdraw my eyes when I got to my feet; then I knew that the dark shapeless object, half under the table, was the motion- less body of a man. My throat seemed to contract, and choke me, but I forced a quick breath and stepped forwnrd through the door. The dingy cabin was deserted, not another stateroom door open. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Herald — 25 July 1918

,í y É fe , ¡r;., ■ •¿mjjjtiuagi 5: ■typ* sÉ* SPRjRf ifeí '-Ir p * & NíK t B- |fj l SPECIAL—A My 6urwiee4 SIx-FmnM Electric Iroa for ody •3,75 Ths bMt oo ths msrkst at the pries.' Ws sits tsvs • M Uss ef Clsctffcsi Ssppüss at nmmM prfcss. CLARKE ELECTRIC COMPANY MM Moblmt Www M SAVE—BUY W. 3. STAMPS Oar Pan-Dandy and War Breads Ara mada strictly under Govarnmant regulations. Aak Your Grocer for It. Gerlach Baking Co. of Galveston U. 8. Food Adminiitration License No. B. 19779 1M1-M Markat Street. Phone No. MSI MtutUr 'printing Company •CO. P. TREBOWUt, MAMACBR PRINTERS AND BINDERS PHONE 2410 206*208 TREMONT STREET The Pleasure of Dining la greatly enhanced if the thing served are CLEAN and WHOLE- SOME. You may gire na your order with the full aisurance that everything we aall is the beat in the grocery line. Wm. E. Tiemann Phone 8MB 00l P. O. St. J. L. Boddeker J. E. Boddaker J. L. Boddeker & Co. REAL ESTATE Special Attention to Rantal Property No. 410 Twentieth St Talephona...

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