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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

The Texas Miner. 13 Roethlisberger & Qerber, 22 & 24 River Street, --=^^CHICAQO, ** Importers of and Dealers, in — s Foreign and Domestic Id (/) D D 0 1 if) Domestic Swiss Cheese and <^Brick Cheese a Specialty. © MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICAN WORKMEN. © ABS0l2tíTEl2Y THE RIGHEST CUTLERY. ^ . # ©ÜALITY. • I. V. B. tiijbard, Spenccr, Bartlett & Co., Chicago, 111. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and Yew York. S6IDENBERG & CO'S GIGARS • Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesrooms: 1st Ave. & 74th St., New York. JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN, 2d V. P and Sec'v, MATTHEW CONNABLE, 1st V. Pres't. E. M. CONNABLE, Treasurer. Chattanooga Powder Co. ^^MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK POWDER.^>^> .7. —. = CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 5l?e aboue pou/der is ujed exclusively by t!?e Sexas 9 Pacific Qoal <?o. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy, 83 So Pe,ers' ,63 &am...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

14: The Texas Miner. l?e frau^lers INSURANCE CO. BECAUSE Is Universally Given The Preference, It is the oldest, largest and strongest. Its STABILITY is unquestioned. It always deals justly and honestly with insurers. It pays every honest claim promptly and with least possible trouble and annoy ance. For the above and other reasons its poli cies are worth more than those issued by other companies. These Figures Tell their Own Story: LOSSES PAID. Paid by all other Companies $46,003.89 Paid toy Travelers Insurance Co 68,252.85 Excess paid by the Travelers over all iST"'" ",M-$22,248.96 THe TRHMELERS INSURHNC6 CO. P75ID MORE MONEY TO CLHimHNTS IN TEXHS DUR ING 1893 TH75N HLL OTHER OCCIDENT COMPANIES COM BINSD.—From 1894 Texas Insurance Report. THE BEST COMPANY IS THE ONE THAT DOES THE MOST GOOD. For Information or rates, apply to HENRY F. BURT, Agt, Room 303, Trust Co. B'l'd DALLAS, TEXAS. WHEN YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS Randies £ RACKERS C AKES AND JUMBLES At Lowest Prices, Call for those ma...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., . . . Importers and Jobbers of . . . Dry Qoods apd JNÍotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts.. Fort Worth, Tex. S3 m 73 B. 0) RAINWATER=DONOGHY HAT CO., WHOLESALE (Successors to C. C. Rainwater Hat Co.) rats, gaps, straw so0ds, labies' hats anb sl9ves. Nos. 511 & 513 Washington Aye., ST. LOUIS. A First-Class Quality of Sausage can only be made by using a «^STRICTLY PURE SPICE SEASONING. The Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. use it ar.d buy it from the GUS V. BRECHT BUTCHERS SUPPLY CO., 1201*1211 Cass Ave., St. Louis, Mo. The largest Manufacturers, Dealers and Importers of Butchers, Packers and Sausage Maker's Machinery, Appliances, Casings, Spices, Tools and Fixtures tn the world. P. C. MURPHY TRUNK CO., The Largest Manufacturers of" Trunks and Traveling Goods BUY Ballard, Webb & Burnett Hat Co's Guaranteed Buck Hat. Every Hat Guaranteed. For sale by all the Leading Dealers. E. B. Harrold, Pres't. T. R. Sandidge, Sec'y. Jno. F. Mooke, Sn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

16 The Texas Miner. For the Economy of the Household, the Happiness of the Family A Good Cooking Stove ls Indispensable While you are getting one it is as well to get the best. The Excelsior Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo., make them, and All Leading Dealers Sell Them. The "CHARTER OAK," first and foremost, and the Messenger—Sterling and Mabel, all full value for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the (róndale, Wasp and Almo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. M. L. HARRIS, Traveling Salesman for White, Branch & McConkin, 807 and 809 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, nissouri, • WHOLESALE- « HATS and GLOVES. The "BEAVER HAT" . . . Quality Guaranteed . . . Ask for These Goods. They Are the Best T. A. HAFNER, President. C. FOSTER, Vice-President.. Wm. LOTHMAN, Treasurer T. B. WATERS, Secretary. Hafner-Lothman Manufacturing Co. Wholesale Manufacturers Doors, Blinds, Glazed Windows, Mouldings, Etc. Factories at j 'oshkosh"'Wi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

The Texas Miner. 17 TRADE MARK Cameron Mill g Elevator Co., ^Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels, Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST * Mitt TAYLOR '¿mm. w AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure ti get the original. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS. AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS MILLAR'S^ • •• pepai^Spiees g— AT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO, 1893. Something Novel! • • • Sifting Top! Preservative Package! Ready for use IN KITCHEN OR DINING ROOH. Buyers and consumers render the same verdict. The most desirable ''ready-for-use" package ever placed on the market. MILLAR'S PENANG SPICES. Take no other kind. When clerks tell you something else is just as good, tel them there aint any other "just as good." • ROASTEB G0FFEE. • W'e are now operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with Fresh Parched Coffee of the best quality and most Delicate Blen...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

IS THE TEXAS MINER. L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . Mine, Mill, Machinists' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Belting, Hose and Packfhg. 810 n. 2nd street, st. louis, mo. I TX/" corrugtaed iron, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, 1*• Pressed Standing Seam, i OLir Steel Brick Sid ding AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO., 932, 934, 936, IM. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Spring," "Wood- ford County," "Horse Shoe" and "Sugar Valley," * which are strictly pure and mellow Hand-made * Sour Mash, Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. We guarantee these goods to be the best in the World S. GRABFELDER i CO., Louisville, Kentucky She Capera Mfg. Co., BOTTLERS OF All Kinds of Mineral Waters, soda, ginger ale, cider, etc. Jones Street, o „ „ FORT WORTH, TEXAS. P. O. BOX, 545 The Best is Always t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

The Texas Miner. 19 Buy Clothing Marked u c. p. k. co.;' The BEST-and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated "Little Admiral" and "Little Stayer," —(Child's Salts,)— Double seat and knee, linen and silk sewed, warranted not to rip. Garlington & Montgomery, 0 OMM1SSION MERCHANTS Wholesale DeALEBS ik FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 aqd 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. ^•PHTENTS-fc Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained and all patent business conducted for MOD- ERATE FEES. My office is in the immediate vicinity of the Patent Office, and my facilities for securing patents are unsurpassed. Send model, sketch, drawing or photograph, with description and statement as to advantages claimed. charge is made for an opinion as to patentability, and my fee for prosecuting the application will not be called for until tlie patent is allowed. A pamphlet entitled "Inventors' Guide," containing full inform- ation, furnished free. Address: FRANKLIN H. HOUG...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 29 June 1895

20 The Texas \i i x k k . 5I70 5exa5 /Tyiper. By looking At it you Can see the STYLE and MAKE=UP. By reading, You can find Out whether You can obtain Information From its Columns. WE HAVE A CIRCULATION NOW FAR BEYOND WHAT WE EV- ER EXPEC- TED TO GET Our success has only whetted our appetite for more, and to get it we offer to SEND FOR $1 THE TEXAS MINER AND THE NEW YORK CITY WEEKLY "PRESS' TO ANY ADDRESS ONE YEAR. We will pay to Agents 4.25 ©© £3 853 Or For $2.50, We will send the New York DAILY Morning Advertiser, the Sunday WEEKLY Advertiser for each subscription ob- |] tained and sent on either of the two propositions. SAMPLE PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ANY APPLICANTS. AND THE Texas fliner for one; vezar We Can say To our Friends That the Morning Advertiser Is one of the Ablest as well as one of the £3 Oldest Dailies published || in New York City. We think this the most fa- vorable offer ever made to intelligent readers. What you think, time will tell. 5<^xas yT\¡90r. j" «./> J"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

iuJL—IT'-ÍD aaiiín r.'-Uil.'- VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895. NO. 26. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. WHEN LADDIE AND I WERE SWINGING. The gladdest days in the long ago, The dearest ores in memory, Were those with Laddie swinging In the vines on the sweet-gum tree. His eyes were bright and his laugh so glad He almost made me reach the sky, And stole a kiss as he stepped aside To rest while the swing would die. Ah, laughter and kisses belong to youth, I'd give the world again to be A merry girl with my sweetheart lad In the vines on the sweet-gum tree. Swing me higher, in dreams I hear the old refrain, Higher, higher, Laddie, try but once again, Swing me higher, in dreams I hear the old refrain. Higher, higher, Laddie, try but once again. —[Louella Styles Vincent, Stephenville, Tex. A DREAM. Oh, it was but a dream I had While the musician played— And here the sky, and here the glad Old ocean kissed the glade, And here the laughing ripples ran, And here the roses grew That threw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner. Mexico, with 12,000,000. It looks as though they would have something to say in regard to value of the "white metal." The closing exercises of Mrs. Vincent's music class atStephen- ville were a great success. We have never seen a musical enter- tainment more thoroughly enjoyed by both young and old than was this. It reflects great credit upon Mrs. Vincent as a suc- cessful teacher of music. When a French marshal saw the Light Brigade making its mad charge at Balaklava he said: "It is magnificent, but it is not war." So of Mr. Cleveland's mad charge through the solid South with the pennon of Lombard street monometálism it may be as truly said that it is magnificent, but it is not politics.— [New York Recorder. Admiral Da Gama, who has fought the Republic of Brazil val- iantly, if not successfully, was defeated and committed suicide. We knew the late. Admiral Da Gama well. He was a noble- hearted man and thought he was fighting for the right. He was a dear friend of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner, FT. WORTH RAILWAY AND NEWS NOTES. Fort Worth, July 8, 1895 Editor Texas Miner: * J. W. Petheram, chief engineer of the Katy, headquarters 13a las, was here Friday H. K. Rhea, formerly agent of the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Brownwood, is in the city. J. H. Lynch, general manager of the Wichita & Henriettarai - way, was in the city Saturday. George R. Foster, division roadmaster of the Katy, headquar- ters Dallas, was here Thursday. L. S. Thorne, general manager of the Texas & Pacific, head- -quarters Dallas, was here Saturday. M. Murphy, division roadmaster of the Texas & Pacific, head- quarters Dallas, was in the city Thursday. G. W. Barnhart, general freight agent of the Cotton Belt, headquarters Tyler, was in the city iriday. E. K. Bixby, traveling passenger agent of the Vandalia line, headquarters St. Louis, was in the city Friday. J. H. Leavy, dispatcher of the Fort Worth & Denver City at Wichita Falls," spent the day in the city Saturday. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $,.oo. Single Copies 5c. Advertising Rates made known on application to the Business Office. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Entered at the Post-Office in Thurber, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Thurber, Texas, Saturday, July 13, 1895. HENRY CLEWS ON SILVER. THE New York Chamber of Commerce has asked a number of representative men in various professional lines to say why they oppose free silver coinage. Among the answers ceived was one from Henry Clews, who sends ten reasons, two of which we give: My convictions are wholly against the unrestricted coinage of silver in the United States, at the ratio of sixteen parts of silver to one of gold. Because it would be a deliberately dishonest debasement of a large and ultimately controlling portion of our circulating me- dium. Because the folly and ignorance involved in a policy of this revolutionary character would ruin the credit and the reputation of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas jMiisier. $7,500,000,000 in silver. That's the trouble, Eli; they have not enough silver money, "and that is what's the matter." Your conclusions about the people of Japan, Mexico and China being worth less than thirty years ago are just sheer bosh, and won't fool any one, unless he is as ignorant a man as we once heard of. All he had in the world was a wife and eight children, with hardly a rag to cover them, a yellow dog and a bunged-up mule. That fellow, Eli, wanted money that would go in Urup; he was a "sound money man." We suspect. Eli, that same fellow had been reading your "figgers." Now, Eli, between you and me and the log fence, your com- paring the wealth of the people of England, Germany and the United States with the people of Mexico, India and China, and assuming that their poverty is because they are on a silver basis, is mighty thin. Why did you not let your excellent memory ex- tend to the gold standard country of Turkey, and then let your thoughts wander t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

6 The Texas Miner. rily large, one may surmise how many bills discounted must be below $128 in value, and therefore how much this bank does to accommodate le petit commerce of France. "M. Thery has collated some interesting figures showing that while the total gross earnings of the bank were 70,362,000 francs (with expenses of 13,272,000 francs), in 1889 the gross earnings were 49,035,000 francs (with expenses of 15,588,000 francs), and in 1894 the gross earnings were 38,989,000 (with expenses of 17,239,000.) I am informed at the bank that it costs 13 cents on an average to collect each piece of commercial paper. "The four great banking competitors of the Bank of France, the Credit Lyonnais, Comptoir d'Escompte, Societe Generate and Credit Industriel, carried in their portfolio of discounts De- cember 31, 1881, 451,000,000 francs, whereas on December 31, 1894 they held 968,000,000 francs, a gain of over 100 per cent.; while the Bank of France held on December 31, 1881, 1,414,- 000,0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner. ers got in, and were willing to be overpowered for a pecuniary consideration, but this remains to be proved. the business situation. General business prospects continue favorable. Crop pros- pects improve and the industries are in a prosperous condition. The straws illustrating this are as follows: In the produce markets wheat declined 2 cents, closing at 73.50, against 58.62 same time last year. Corn declined 1 7-8 cents, closing at 49.87, against 45.75 a year ago. Cotton, strange to say, advanced 12 points in the face of good crop re- ports and closed at 7.12. against 7.25 a year ago, this advance being due, doubtless, to speculative manipulations. Petroleum is unchanged at $1.50, against 84 cents a year ago. Pork dec lined 25 cents a barrel, closing at $13.25, against $14 a year ago. Coffee unchanged at 15.50, against 16.50 a year ago. Sugar also remains unchanged at 4.62 for granulated, against 4.06 same time last year. Speculation in wool continues, sales at th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

8 The Texas Miner. THE GLORIOUS FOURTH THURBER'S CITIZENS AND THEIR FRIENDS ENJOY THE DAY In Various Ways, the Majority Taking In the Barbecue, Picnic and Ball, and Witness the Many Interesting Sporting Events. THURBER'S people have learned to look forward to the Fourth of July with greater anticipations for a royal good time, perhaps, than any of our sister burgs, because it is a custom of the Texas & Pacific Coal company to make just such arrangements for a holiday as its employes and their families will most enjoy, and with each successive year the events are, if pos- sible, more enjoyable. The Fourth just past was no exception. Everybody had a good time. Her people are not selfish. Their friends outside "Our Own Little World" come and enjoy the fes- tivities, also the hospitality of the company and its employes. On the occasion of the last Fourth there were four huge covered platforms erected for dancing, an arbor for the refreshments, two lengthy strings of tables on which ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner. 9 elors) secured rigs and, taking a crowd of Thurber young ladies, drove to Gordon and Strawn, being joined at each place by a jolly crowd of young people, repaired to Mingus1 Lake, that de- lightfully shady spot and picnic ground near Thurber Junction, where soon everything was in readiness necessary for the com- fort and enjoyment of the picnicers, and in various ways they set about amusing themselves. Some enjoyed tennis, others foot- ball, target practice, fishing, drives, strolls, hammocks, bicycling, quiet tete-tetes, etc., until about 7 p. m., at which hour an en- thusiastic bugle-call was the signal for lunch, and. upon gather- ing. it was found the ladies (God bless 'em) had spread a most delightfully tempting luncheon. An hour was devoted to the re- past, mirth and feasting—oh, such a jolly crowd. Luncheon over, the smoke of the "battle" cleared away, an- other hour of social pleasantries, the party began preparing for departure, and upon the face of each ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

to The: Texas Miner. health, having been indisposed for several weeks. Mr. Kerr is filling his place at the store. Miss Pauline Meredith, one of Johnson county's most popular society lights, left Friday for Alvarado, her home, after two weeks' visit here with the family of her uncle, Mr. A. Douglas. Arrivals at Hotel Knox since our last issue: C. B. McDon- ald, R. A. Peak, Paio Pinto; S. A. McMurray, Louisville; S. Mims, Fort Worth; Henry Hamilton, Kentucky; E. M. Reardon, Dallas; E. S. Cunningham, Strawn; William H. Ward, Sweet Springs, Mo.; W. S. Greer, Dallas; Jake Lipman, Mansfield, O.; Nat R. Wilson, Wad Mancil, Cisco; A. S. Bishop, C. Johnson, Ranger; W. L. Warren, Ed White, Ed Stages, Strawn; Lit Wil- liams, city; C. B. McDonald, S. D. Johnson, New York; Sam Byrd, Strawn; Charles R. Pfafflin, Cincinnati; I. Armslie, Chi- cago; D. M. Nicol, Fort Worth; C. E. Blankenship, St. Louis; W. H. Colquitt, Dallas; Thomas Turner, Jr., Memphis; F. H. Lewis, Fort Worth; I. N. Richards, J....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

The Texas Miner. 11 3rtbex to Display Ctboertisemerits. attorneys at law. Page. •Cook & Vincent, Stephenville 19 butchers' supplies. -Gus V. Brecht Butchers' Supply Company, St. Louis 15 boots and shoes. •Brown Shoe Co., St. Louis 17 broker and commission. Chas. H. A. Dougherty,New York 18 clothing. Peter A. Casey & Co., St. Louis... 11 >C. P. Kellogg & Co., Chicago 19 M. Born & Co., Chicago 15 ®. Morris & Bro., Memphis 19 Epstein-Kosenberg Co., St. Louis. 13 J. W. CrowdusDrug Co., Dallas 19 John Wyeth & Bro., Philadelphia 16 Botanic Medicine Co., New York. 19 H. W. Williams & Co., Ft. Worth 19 Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. 11 Texas Drug Co., Dallas 17 dry goods. Ely & Walker, St. Louis 19 Clark's Mile-End Spool Cotton, New York City 17 Martin-Brown Co., Ft. Worth 15 Swofford Bros., Kansas City 19 Sanger Bros., Dallas, Fort Worth and Waco 13 educational. •Commercial College of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky 14 fruits and produce. Darlington ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 July 1895

12 ^Tiik Texas Miner. 0(JR tZh BlRECTORY. GOOD HOTELS IN OLD MEXICO. HOTEL del JARDIN, City of Mexico. HOTEL de la PLAZA, AQUAS CALIENTES. Hotel Gran Sociedad, ■3+ TOLUCCH. -te Hobel Oseóuera, Morelia. GOOD HOTELS IN THE UNITED STATES. THE WORTH HOUSE [Formerly the Texas Hotel.] Stephenville, Texas. H. B. Whitworth. RATES, S2.00 REIR DAY. Guarantees the Best Accommodations in the City. Patronage of the Iraveling Men especially solicited. Good sample room. The Delaware, Fort Worth, Texas. j-lotel U/ortty, Fort Worth, Texas. H OTEL DEL JARDIN, ...PUEBLH. V ictoria H ote I, DURANGO. Hotel de Francia, City of Oaxaca. ORIENTAL HQTEL. DALLAS, TEXAS. B Palace * Hotel rowi) -s- i aiace *■ denver, colorado. Knutsford = Hotel, ...SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH... • " • • • •- • • BCP2T ROTCL' ^;- HOTEL COLON, Zacatecas. Ogdeim, Utah. GR AND torreon. Humboldt Hotel, Guadalajara. The Bader Patent Smoke Protector. PROTECTION TO LIFE, HEALTH & PROPERTY INVALUABLE FOR USE IN Fire Departments, Fire Patro...

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