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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

¥?1f' i THE ALBANY NEWS. YOUR INTERESTS quality ot merchandise at the lowest possible price. You, who have been into this store know the saving you made, and I ap- preciate your continued patronage, and you who have not been into this store are missing something. Now do not .continue to miss the opportunity to buy more for the same money, but TODAY Bee this wonderful bargain giving store. LAUNDRY SOAP Fairbanks Ark laundry soap, a good soap that is well worth the money. 8 bars for 25c HYDROGEN PEROXIDE There is more peroxide used for household purposes than any other remedy, strength and purity guaranteed. 4 oz. bottle 15c WOOD SPOONS A good smooth Birch kitchen spoon, one that will give you perfect satisfaction. 14 in. handle .05c 17 in. handle ,10c PETROLEUM JELLIE Made from choicest Pennsly- vania crude oil, highest grade refined petroleum jellie, good for coughs, sore throat, burns, etc. Per jar 5c "SPRING" CLOTHES PINS Smooth finish hardwood 3 1-4 inches long, galvanized spring...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

<F *vv. THE ALBANY NEWS. No. 3248 Report of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Albany, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, March 7th, 1916. RESOURCES L • Loam And discount* (except thoKo shown on b) 241,£>2.20 Total loan* t U. 8. Bond* a U.S. BoimIh ilepoftitml to use ure circulation (par value) ... . 7<ri,000.00 ToUl U S. KindH .... .............. 1 Bonds, neriiritieK, ate a Bscuritieit other thuM U. S. Iiondn (not inrludinsf *tockn) owned uni Nslg«il I.MH.Wi Total bond*, <*•< (irlti«n. etc. & Subscription to stock of Federal Raarrve bank |t' ,000.00 • Lssa amount unpaid I.OOO.OO f, a Value of hanking houae (if unencumbered) 7,600 00 b Equity In hanking houno 2,314.74 8. Furniture and flxturea Si Heal estate owned other than banking house 10. Net amount due from Pvderal Reserve Hank 11. a Netarntdue from approved re erve agtM.in New York, Chlcagn.and HULouis 24.866.62 29.87 4 ;u. i:\ MIS. 09 MW 4.:: mi : i b Net amount due from upprovMl rese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

.n«/- « TBI ALBANY NEWS. OPENING I X I I •\ I Xi I 1 1 2) NEW City Hall Auditorium Cisco, Texas March 30, 8:30 P. M. "University of Texas Glee Club" Twenty high class entertainers. Vocal and instrumental music, fea- turing the Hawaiian melodies. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION SEATING WAA I® CAPACITY... • VV j- Prices: Lower floor 75c, balcony'soc For further information see C. V. Roniiiif>er, CISCO, TEXAS is'-sis-is-x UNCLE SAM GETS READY TO FIGHT Placcs Immcns? Ciders lor Amis and Ammunition With Four Great Plants. CAN CONTROL LARGE OUTPUT Baldwin Locomotive Company Ready to Abandon AM Other Work So Government May Receive Enough Supplies. 1'hllaili Iphla. 1' t TH«. Intir i i n l nar munition* lactone m t h• w.i-i Ihe Ullilvulc St « ■ 1111*1 < irdt in ■ mil pally, tin Iteming! 1 Arm company. till' l.dllj -.tlllil \ II IIIUIIH Mil t 111 | .1 lion ami tin1 i lwm I .neon 1 >•• Work*. willi llirir many . ih nliarie*, •taml it-il ly t>> open u|i Unir plants lo tho United Sialic g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

■ E.W. £ m it ■ ' ' f ' I. THE ALBANY NEWS. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmo/utofy Pure No Alum—No Phosphate Boy your hardware at Murrie's. White Swan the Coffee for satisfaction. — Renfro. Churns, milk crocks and jars at Murrie's. J. T. Lowery has bought a Dodge Car from the local agent, J. W. George. r Special Bargains For Coralfi jferamala \ [tlM K«w« r«quMU its r0ftd«ra to mail or phon* In th« narn * and placo* of r***id«nr«* of | ley flsHsiS•• wriy In the week poeelble. If you know of uthri ptrwnnU kindly «nil I^MlilfOirUh the name of the communicant. This will grmm ly ** • ! Tl « New in kr*| - tag W*teach with local happening* nd wlllbehighlyappreciated Editor.! I Buy your groceries at Murrie's. Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ren- fro'i. Go to Renfro for syrups. Buy Light Crust flour- it is always good. Pure hog lard 15c per pound i We sell the all leather shoes at City Meat Market. at the Racket Store. Miss Tinie Booth of Eolian in Albany shopping Tues- day. Dry goods, hardware, harness, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. Rgr> , i \! I . I I HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP Names of individuals and firms who belong to the Highway Association and are paying the regular monthly dues of $1.00. Is your name printed here? If not, it will please all good roads enthu- siasts, and their number is growing, to see it here next week. L. S. Hollowel), Wilson & BiR^s, F. P. Bupp, .1. S. McComb, W. H. Cauble, J. Davis, W. G. Webb, W. H. Stephens, George Con- rad, J. B. Matthews, H. G. Bogan, ('. F. Smalley, T. A. Heats, Kind's Variety Store, Dr. Z. W. Casey, J. H. Salomons, Sodwiek & Cook, Louis Shoffit, .). H. Friedly, Dave Diller, A. W. Reynolds, F. B. Cloud, R. S. Long, Geo. T. Latimer, J. Carter Kinvr, Lee Douglass, R. K. Nail, H. W. Moberley, Dick Moberley, L. H. Hill, A. J. Center, ('. M. Cauble, (J, L. Gre^tf, <1- C. Renfro, I'aul Ma- ker, Eli Meyer, S. Webb, ,]. T. Lowery, Albany National Hank, Edward M. Stephens, ('. L. Leib, W, J. Dodson, W. I. (!oo!i, W. N. Malone, Burrows G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

XXXH, No. 43 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 Whole Nmber IMS First Saturday Dollar Day in Albany You and all your friends are invited to come to Albany Saturday, April ist. We are going to have a big time, you will enjoy yourself, meet all your old friends and make new ones. Bring your list of wants and get a few of the Bargains that will be offered on that day. Special prices will be offered in all lines. Your $ Dollars $ will go far= ther and get more than you ought to expect. Below we quote you a few of our prices. BAIRD MUSICIANS WELL RECEIVED As announced last week the party from Baird appeared at the Methodist church Monday evening. The quartette and other musicians on the program were all good and furnished some splendid music for those who were so fortunate as to be present. The entertainment was not so well attended as de- sired, yet an appreciative audi- ence greeted the visitors. 1 INTERESTING SPEECHES AT PROHIBITION RALLY A goodly number of the people of Albany met...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. OTrpFT Y You remember the statement I made in my QUIXLL 1 opening advertisement, that "Mr. One Hun- dred Per Cent Profit" and this store were not on equal terms and today they are still at outs with no prospect of a reconcil- iation, as you will note in the following offerings. This being April 1, you may think it an "April Fool." If you do consider it in this manner you will surely be very de- lightfully "April Fooled." Now be "April Fooled" into see- ing what a wonderful bargain giving little store this is. LOT NO. 1 Free—1 Victor bread knife with this lot. 1 vegetable masher 10 1 Dover egg beater 1" 1 wood spoon 10 1 combination can opener 10 1 "cold" handle cap lifter .10 1 hand forged pearing knife 10 1 wood handle kitchen fork 10 table spoons 10 2 9-in pie tins 10 1 large funnel 10 ELEVEN ARTICLES $1.00 LOT NO. :i 1 wire tea strainer 1 retinned basting spoon 1 " egg beater 1 can opener 1 dish mop 1 wire soap dish .05 05 .05 05 05 .05 One quarter dollar for thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

"7* * , • THE ALBANY NEWS. ■"t Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: " Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources ? " The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now using or any brand, new or old, that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO. New York SNOBBERY IN THE CAPITAL WHEN HONEYMOON IS OVER OPEN-AIR KISS IS SAFEST Suits mailt* t<> iwliv <1 ml ' ure. Cult and umj>l«> spring ami HurmiM i nit Telephone 150. Pressing Clothes is as Much an Art as Making Them. We claim that to properly ami thoroughly press any kind of garment ii must he done on a Motl'man sanitary -tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

—III *p> ■ 1 ■J THE ALBANY NEWS. fpUR PUBLIC FORUM J. S. Cullinan ON TEXA8 ECONOMIC LEAGUE. In assisting In the orgnnliatlon of th® Te**s Economic League, n.y motive was to help form an association that could voice the ■Pntlment and promote the Interest* of those engaged In producing nnd distributing th products of tho earth Having belonged to this clans all my life and having occupied larloim positions in business from laborer to manager and owner, I have come in personal contact with most of the hardships encountered by those engnxed In productive pursuits and I feel that much of the suffering *h undergo tw [revent ble and that Im proved conditions ran l aslly brought about thr°u«h a more active nud intelligent citlzi-iiHhlp. 1 have resided In Texns for eighteen joai> ami during tUat time aa^e (•cn actively identified with manv lines of biislness and In direct touch * t Industrial conditions of the state. It bus been ni> aim to influence capital to Texas, to glv« employme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

$100.00 IN GOLD THE A^B AN Y N AT!0 NAL ^ m TO BOYS & GIRLS fet Shackelford County should have a Baby Beef Club and a Pig Club, and we are going to give $100.00 to the girls and boys who win these prizes in these Clubs. Later we arc going <> announce our plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET RE a D Y TO WIN A PRIZE Inralfi sP JbraunalH [fb« N«Wt raqUNti its roadoro to mail or phono In th« namm and place* of residence of any itottnn at oarly in the w««k a* po*aible. If you know of other personal* kindly tend Ike* with tha name of the communicant. This will vreatly aatiot The Nowo in keep- l*e In touch with local happenings and will be highly appreciated Editor. ] I I Tuna fish flakes, etc. at fro's. Ren- J. D. Sanders was in town on business Tuesday. Pure hog lard 15c per j>ound at City Meat Market. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sanders autoed to Albany Tuesday. The best quality of men's work shoes at the lowest prices. Racket Store. Mrs. R. A. Waters and child- ren were in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 31 March 1916

<" *wr" I p< ' 11 THE ALBANY NEWS. ' d Roll Your Troubles Away For a Day, SATURDAY and roll your DOLLAR into Hollowe store, and help make Albany's first DOLLAR DAY a success. On this clay your do'lnr wi buy actually MORE than it's worth. Come in and see the following: received by General Qavlra, at Jua rex, from General Bertul, command Inn at Madera. Uertani added that. of the government force*, Colonel Cu no «a* the cloecat in touch with the bandit. Villa Splits Band. TfaiKiM VVBV 9WIIIW Bread and cake boxes, regular v.ilu • I ■ - N ; 14-m. Vict"i tiles Enameled ware, all grades reg. value i (> ij-in. All Tinware 1 ^ B 10-in. " All Queens ware i<; i) 8-in. Blue tint Ewers ind Basins All pocket kniv ip t■ > i White Combmeis it> tishing p"les.?' - rt i Eleven gallons Crockery wire. \s I. 1 4 Saletv razors (Jugs excepted) B i\* State h md > •• ( x Aluminum cups and s.uuvrs. rej,. \ il. 2 IM Block m I t ickl • wi:e Luge si/ed tiiangular Oce.l it N\>>p^ 1 B in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

4 -mm ' 9 Sg • *. " ^1L y-Jl M. xxxn, No. 44 iht l^kstg fen ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916 Whole N MM SEDWICK & COOK We are continuing to receive new Spring and Summer goods in the lat- est styles and choicest qualities. Ladies will be able to find what they want here in Ginghams, Muslin*, Underware, Ch"Helen's ready-made dresses. Rompers and blouses for boys. New Silks, Wash (ioods, Embroideries, and Laces. We Have A New Lot of Men's and Boy's Suits which we shall be glad to show you. Don't forget the store of quality where all your wants in the DRY GOODS LINE can be supplied. Sedwick & Cook PRESBYTERIAN LADIES ANNOUNCE BAZARR. Will be Big Affair First Saturday in December 1916. Prepare now for the First Sat- urday in December The Presbyterian Ladies will repeat the great Bazaar held last De- cember. They are announcing this event now so that you may look forward to it, and save your buying ability to take advantage of the many pretty things they will have on sale at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. MONFY R APK '*at any time you Bhould purchase HlV/lllj 1 IJ/WJlV something and for any reason you cannot use the article you have the privilege of returning same and get your money back, or if you buy an article and it proves unsatisfactory, it is your duty to return it and get your money back. It is my desire to please you, therefore you must not keep anything you purchase in this stock when it is not satis- factory. TOILET ARTICLES Tube Colgate Ribbon Tooth Paste 10c 25c Colgate Almond Cream 15c 25c Jar Peroxide Cream 15c 26c Can Talcum 15c 3 cakes Toilet Soap 25c 1 bottle Colgates perfume .10c HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 25c bottle Peroxide 15c 25c " Household amonia 15c 25c jar Menthalatum 20c Bottle Petroleum Jelly 05c Shoe Polish, black and tan 10c Lamps (complete) 40c GARDEN TOOLS Hoe Rake Spading fork Hoe Garden seed. 5c packages, 3 for SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY 25c Bamboo Baskets 15c 59c glass pitchers, 1-2 gal. capacity 25c 10 bars Ark laundry soap 25c 6 grass mats...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

*-• THE ALBANY N 100.00 IN GOLD TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE ALAANY NATIONAL BANK TO BOYS & Shackelford County should have a Baby Heef Club and a Pig Club, and we are going to give $100.00 to the girls and; boys who win these prizes in these Clubs. Later we are going to announce our plans in these Contests. BOYS AND GIRLS GET READY TO WIN A ■ Snralfi Jlmunutht j roqUMtaiU reader* to mail or phone In the named and placns of residence of | ▼toltora mi early in th«* week poa«ilile. If you know of other personals kindly send HUM aJao with the iam« <>f the communicant. Thia will greatly aiant The New in keep- I laf In loiich with local happ n r>iri* and will l>e highly appreciated Editor.) ft Arthur Hill was in town trail- ing Tuesday. Your money will k<> farthest at the Racket Store. Holly Ivey was a vi itor to Al- bany Saturday. He reported a floe rain in his community. We sell the all leather shoes at the Racket Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Cook have returned from their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

-*•—«<c >2. TUB ALBANY NBW& HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE SHEEP ON IDE FARM. CwditiaM, Mr*. BaBock Gm UpbDeapafcr. Hesbeai Catron, Ky.—In an Interesting Utter Groin this place, Mrs. Bettle Hullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four yatn, with womanly troubles, and during Vila time, I could only alt up for a little ' while, and could act walk anywhere at t, At times, I would have severe pains my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat- ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After RmU, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com- menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

r MAGAZINE 8ECT,0N Kit 3Jbatm Sens flrw *- S 'hi VOL. XXXII. NO 44. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1916. r 1 "rt'l'llrl WorlTTtl'l" PM"1 Whole Number 1664 6UR6t.VH0MKT J1 n MAS'hr I AIN'T a c->ool> arylvt ■^lso - now ^Wt'LU CALL PA 9AV DIDM' T i make a dandy pu1tv nobl R05EV non^n vtx dreamtf say- coht 9>oick -thert's ^ f^unmv looking m^n iin our houie! •s x * * ■* , T jk *'"■* fl $ pn*0<l(i?miiw)!w / i ' 'PV t>HlMV FNY St EL - DtDNT I TELL VOU MEY VOD VOL) DO in my kou5l 9 vher dit he: gome tl go in py dl r door uno fire him odd quick! tbtt [i if I1 ! I I HAr pe.en DOT TELLER V/HO vha^> h dlt> room? GIT OUD! 1 CMUo VOKED 1 m do YOU £>t E 1 lit lub 50meve k\ oh VOT YOU TtLL^> ME NOPODD WW5 ME ? YOU THINKS I VMA^ PLIND ■ HUH? You Vi^VT C H CLOt>t HE XT TlMt i go ROUND VONCE MORE ' &k«b him .t-'le&tt- him uncle? DtR PRENIofb VO> 51AND pV D\ R VIMDEIR ht:re und l val.kb round der houbt <l standi) ps" der corner' r ; vyw"i""w"'nt< i' w ah ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

t -vf-' . DICK, „ j" N NEARLY every family there is one member who, if not exactly a fool, seems to fall short of the family's standard of efficiency and accomplishment. It quite early decided by the Marclunents that Dick, the third boy, was "no good." If they had ever heard that it is very often the third child who achieves the greatest distinction ntul reflects the most brilliant glory on the fam- ily name, they had either forgotten the fact <>r failed to apply jt. Anyhow, it could not possibly apply to Dick. He had no looks to speak of The Marchments were inclined to ruddy locks, and Dick, to be quite frank, had a shock of red 1'air, surmounting a face of singular denseness o' expression. His body was lumpy, too, and he had an awkward gait, and a habit oi getting in the way, of lacking grace and tact and adapta- bility. In fact, he was a thorn in the Mile of both father and mother, and later on of his smart- er brothers and sisters. George March men t was a successful merch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

iM ——r:. FIGHT FOR VERDUN The German Offensive on the Western Front. I HE assault upon Verdun may He said to have been begun on Feb. ji. F'.v military experts it is considered one of the greatest battle-; of the European war. It proceeded with terrific all\ in- creasing intensity and uninterruptedly for at least five days then with undiminished vigor for two or three more, and on the eight or ninth <l.i> the tension relaxed rather suddenly. The total advance for the Germans in the ten days of fighting was at the rate of a mile a day for four davs, and the capture of Fort I lou.itiinont while a key position, is but one of si\t n torts which they must capture in order t" ". n m<t of Verdun. After several unsuccessful attempt* to take Fort Douaumont Count Von llaeseler, the («c man commander who made hinwlf tatnoii* a few year* ago b\ capturing the kai*ct in man euvers, ordered the Kramlcnhiirg regiment* fi ward. As they dashed up the slope the I ren i machine guns on tin* cre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

11 ■■■ ml ARMY LIFE ON TEXAS FRONTIE Diary of H. H. McConnell, Sergeant 6th U. S. Texas Cavalry From 1866 to 1878. CHAPTER VIII. BHE morning of March the 10th dawned gloomily; the rain came down in tor- rents, but "orders are orders," and hot coffec having been served and "boois and saddles" sounded, the column with the dismounted men, some twenty in number, rolled out in advance. Our inarch proceeded without any incident, the rain pouring down, each man with his overcoat cape drawn down over his head. About ten miles south of Buffalo Springs our road crossed a stream called "Crooked Creek," usually a deep, dry ravine, but now swollen into a roaring torrent of twenty yards in width, an tin known depth in the middle A council was held, and I nave my opinion against attempting to cross, having heretofore had some experience in these "wet weather" creeks, and proposed that the wag- ons be left in charge of a detail and of the dis mounted men, and ihe re-t ol the command pu-li on to Jac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 April 1916

■M %!> "V*" HI t't Crank Your Ford Car H't Hard Work and You Might Break Your Arm. EH. Usfctlt nu* $7i.oo button start It (tlik ■ INOHOIIRR KI.HCTRIC *TART- itt It with the lam* rquli n.nl. ft.00 laHarr. Aah your dr.il.-r M writ® tilrrrt. Tel-Electric Company Hanatoa. Triav. NON-SKID TIRES FlrMtonr, Diamond, Ooocl- rlch, Miller, Kedrral, Kelly, flprlnKflelil, *11 m«kr. In nnn-itkld only. Po IiIv I.y Hiarnnlerd. Klr.aa- Prlrr, 10*3, ollmher J0*3'i, cllnrhpr (W.us 12*3 V,. atralfht ed*e t*.. Flrtit come, Mr#l fl«rv d. C D. Hibbs Rubber Co. 3M Baa* Utroet, I'Nirt Wnrtta. Teiae. A.&M. College Department college station, texas MMa« ky Dlroetar a Ml Itett mt tha Orllao RittHln iM Gray & Davis IIMM1 M((i\KTOH, STAiinAitik M'l'.KiimiKTmn, Wt are the official *#rvl«n atatlnn for the abnv« equipment and hav* >i complete slock of nuppll«-rt oil hand Orders promptly filled DAI,LA* MA(iM";i O A S i \ IITI .lt I O., 41ft N. Hirnood hi. IHiIIiim, Teiaa. I'konr Main WHl. auto owners W...

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