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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

THE AVALANCHE ri'HLIHIIED EVKHV TUUK8DAV BY THK AVALANCHE PUHL.ISHING INOOHI'OKATKU CO. JAMES L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at the l'ostottlce at Lubtwck Teias Kails an second class matter. for transit) l.islon through the One Year 11.00 SU BSC HI IT I ON' KATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Monthi 50c A uvektihi.nu tUTKfi: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlsemenlii 15 cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on yeXr contracts. Oanls of thanks .resolutions Obituaries (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments where a revenue is derived therefrom fi cents per line. Professional cards tl.UO per month or 110 per year if paid in advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK l'KXAS THURSDAY SKITEMBKK ft IS'12 City Building Notes. A commercial club is the front door to the city. A road like a chain is only as good as its weakest link. A general habit of wasted op- portunities means a general con- dition of want Make the...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

.(New Vlillinery Goo riving . . . . . a. . I m C f. fill - m y r 2 a a n ti!t r2 rv i -J f M 1 I display same this venr than ever before. I have ciulte a nice nssortmenof Strjenet Het ciy on ciis nlnv. alson (rood stock of Hair SvAitches Etc. Call nnd'seeifte now Watch for tne opening aaie next ueeK : : : : : 7VY InBalcorlv of .ubbock Mercantile Building iyver ii I 1 f -0r W W svareia farj m : ' Eiv. .-vi. . '..'. " - 1 has been accomplished on tl'U farm but it is worth the time of anyone who has farming aspira- tions to make a trip through this farm and pet Mr. McCrummen to tell you how it was done. Candidly I do not believe that there is a farm in Texrs that will respond to as great a profit as j has this one and the things to be seen on that farm incredible and worth for anyone to see. This is a farm that worked according to Crummen's modern methods and has had no artificial water upon it and the land is not for sale. Anyone can feel safe in accom- plishing same results if they w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

cccDCGCGcac3CGC30DoaoDonopQboaoncioaoccj:cacQoD6DOQODOQODoaoDoaoDoaoDODoaoaoDC n o n a n o n o n o ALJFAL COMPANY I f i ( ment Plaster Post. nts and Coal L A. M RAMP Manager C RHONE 311 LODODODOCODODOQOaODODODOQODOnODODOUOIDOaODODODODOaODODODOaODODODODODODODOaODODODC efr SAh DborsUmcs Blocks GlefssAPe THE AVALANCHE ri BLlBUBD EVERT THUKfDAY BY V THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. I NOOK t'O HATED JAMKS L. DOW EDITOR. Enured at the Poktoifle El Lubbock TeiM MkilN as second cl&st matter. fur tmnnmluloii through the One Year 11.00 SCBSCKIITION KATES: (Strictly tu Advance) Sii Months 50c ad at the end of the month we fret it and if there is any going to them they Ret it. Business is business in any line. The news- paper should be no exception. blame for the so-called "incon-iS sistencies." Some times they J over run a town with newspapers j vertise in all of them when one covers the entire field and two IHHI j Feed Btjrie Meal! ft DVektimnk Katk: Locals 10 cents pi'r line each Insertion. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

I V Speoiol! Speoiol! Speoiol! It is not a special sale that we are putting on but ve will take a special pleasure in selling you your or eptemoer We guarantee what we sell to be just atfroprfet it' to you. Our stock is so complete that we are con- fident we can supply your wants mjm wadf good thingto eat. us figure with you. Give us your trade this month and weill hjiyoufoa regular "customer. We buy your jmrm a country produce. PCS'. .49 ... W 1 - ' rS PHOHE 243 SPIKES & SON south side square PROFESSIONAL SLATON NEWS ITEMS Dr. U. M. HALLKNdKK Dkjttht Office First National Bank Bld'g. Telephone No. 2r9 Lubbock Texa Interesting Collection of Local Newi Clipped From the Slatonite ; i kon tmt h i m. W. V. CIIAPIN k Pkmtut j . . r 1 W !' "r "HI T -w wini jumviwi Mini r Office Over Lubbock State Hank to appear at the next regular term t ..i v i. the district court of l.ulihooK coun IjUIMKHR - I rn" ; . k. hlln .t tha nuirt himu thereof I n .uv)ri(i Texa n the second Mon- 1K. K. J. HA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

7 n 15) in P n m 9 E)fo) SBES f Following is from the pen of G. R. Caldwell staff correspon- dent for the Amarillo Daily News: "With added railroads added business buildings and civic util- ities added citizenship and add- ed tributary farming and stock- growing development Lubbock is demonstrating anew her nat- ural position and progressive inspiration as a coming great commercial center. THE LUBBOCK-TEXICO Cl'T-OKF. Prominent among present Lub- bock business signs is one read- ing as follows: "Walter H. Denison General Contractor Santa Fe Railroad Lubbock- Texico Cut-Off." A railroad which before actual construc- tion was commenced upon it has been generally known as the Texico-Coleman Cut-OfT. ( Grading on the Lubbock-Texi- co Cut-Off was commenced the latter part of July from both Lubbock and Texico the grading outfits working towards each other. By this time next week 25 miles of the grade will be completed out of Lubbock and 10 miles out of Texico the first of next January see...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

I Won't Sell You Groceries At Cost But I will sell you high grade good eats at a small profit. 1 keep my stock as complete as the wholesale market will permit. Come in vf?Ttradk n 9KtTtradkwTth me. I Will Buy Your Country Produce I have the largest assortment of RACKET GOODS to be found in Lubbock and I want to supply your needs along this line. .1. HL MOORR. HTH Cl5 Fr-i- Stor I'MONE 3Q Two Doors VAest of Citizens National Oi ank I L) 1 ) ) ) Your 0 ) 3 ) : ) ) SIMS! LUBBOCK DRUG C WEST SIDE SQUARE 4 Plainvjeyfr- Will trad tfrn(d Nona nana Mi have better ntoc Plain JNVI Democratic Nominees j ! Following are the nominees of i ire now siibiect to the general lection in November and whose nnouncementa appeared in this' aper before the primary: 'or District Judge: W. R. SFENCER. 'or District Attorney: G. E. LOCK II ART. 'or County Judge: E. R. HAYNES. 'or County Attorney: ' R. A. SOWDER. 'or Sheriif and Tax Collector: W. II. FLYNN. 'or Tax Assessor: H. K. PORTER "or County Trensurer: R...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

T H B A V A L A NT O H E I'UHLIMBED BVKKT THl'ltMAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INtX)KIOMATr.U CO. yoitfh. There was no criminal intent and therefore no crime. It's a grave and serious thins; to familiarize a 14-year-old boy 'with jails and prisons. It's a ' graver and more serious thing to EDITOR j implant in a youthful mind the 1 idea that the law Dunishes thfi Entered at the Postortlc at Lubbock Texas for transmission through the isnocenL "No I haven't done JAMES L. DOW Mall M second class matter. One Yeartl.OO SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: (Strictly lu Adrance) Sli Months 60c ad Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 anything; wrong-" the boy tele phoned his mother from the city jail "they just pinched me for yelling on the street." How can this boy respect the agencies of the law which put him jail for doing that which he thinks he and which all 4 dvertihini Hatiw: Locals 10 wnti per line ach Insertion. Display- Tertlsenierit 16 cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on ye...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

R YOU While vou are at vour dailv work we are looking out for the best jnfd-5t wholesome foods ft year table. If you have been trading at our store you re nrtiuninted with the brands of our groceries and know vbzt to be rood. If yaittlire ot traded with us before we solicit your 5eptem- ber business. We have satisfied many and can 5r;.ry you. caii.pivcur i store leave your order or Phone 275. : : R. G.C CO. WE ARE n ap BIG S. S. CONVENTIONS unday School Workers of all De J nominitioni to Have i Feast in fj the District Conventions Plans for the biff State District 'onventions are truing forward nd indications point to a large ttendance of Sunday School workers from nearly every coun- v in the state upon the conven- on nearest to them. The program at these places rovides for a great school of lethods to be conducted by rained experts upon every phase 'f the work. In addition to oted state talent we are for- unate in securing workers of ationa! reputation to assist also. A convention ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

THE AVALANCHE ri'BLIBBKD EVERY TBUKftDAY BY THE AVALiVNCHE PUBLISHING IJSOOHlOKATl.D CO. JAMKS L. 1KW EDITOR. Kntercd at the Postofflce &t Lubtwck Texts. M&IIm m second clam mar.tor. for tranitmlssion through the One Year 11.00 SUBSC'tttPTION KATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Su Month 50c ADVKin iMiNu Hatks: Locals 10 cnu pnr line etch insertion. Display- ad vertlHemcnt 13 con Is per fclnfcle column Inch per week; special rates on year contract. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wmtenhy ourwlves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsmenU where a revenue Is derived therefrom 5 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or $10 per year If paid In advance. Phones ( Business Office 14 ) Residence 242 LUBBOCK fEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER ." 1912 DECLINE IN THE DEATH RATE There are people who cannot see any sense in spending the public money on sanitary boards and boards of health. They look upon these officials as pap-suckers eaters at the public crib more anxious...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

oDODODonoDODODODODonoDOQonoDonoDODOQoaoa:oDODonononoDonononoQODODODODODononcaonc3 o A a a ao T7 17 oP flu i iMuenttiioini iniousewiiM o O o a o o o o o o o a o a u If you would have "Delicious Biscuits" "Pastry" and "Cakes" get "Pride of the 8 O u Plains" or "Cream of the Plains" Flour. This Flour is Guaranteed to please or "money refunded." The Biscuits Pastry and Cakes cannot be madebetter if this Flour is used. Try a sack TO-DAY. 0 FOR SALL BY y m O SPHKES (& SON PHONE 243 o o o o o o o o a OaODODODOdOOOaODODODOaoaODOaODOaODODOaOZDODODODODODOaOOODODODODOaODOQOOOQOnoaODO Ml EW GO ARRIVIN b The Big Sale is a thing all li ncs. arc recei what we have to offer y r 1 1 ii. cenes. vaii ana let us e y t werfc still offering Good Bargains in GoodsSrrvd will be pleased to show you nle liLef'Drv Goods. Clothing and Gro- ' iniouljyemium Prop I If .4 vintf Tic on irtna position. THE CASH BARGAIN STORE D. C. WORSHAM Proprietor view and Mrs. Hudgins. All nole our people stand ready to repor...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1912

When You Talk About Flojjr Remember We Handle j ( BEWLEY'S -ri i.j-j u i. ... r .uir Prpru cnri u (ninrnntppH. If it ii not all we reoresent it to be bring It touJ5trour money will be returned to you. A full line of Groceries and Racket Goods here. Bring send or phone your order to TWO-hlUM I -l-UUK. I : I : MERRILL-ROBERDS BUILDING LONG BROTHERS COMPANY ONE DOOR EAST OF POST OFFICE The Waters Under the Earth By Richard A. Haste (continued from last week) COST OK INSTALLMENT Roughly speaking the cost of the installation of a plant suffic- iently large to furnish water for the irrigation of a hundred acres thousand acre unit in the Pan- handle of Texas lifting the water seventy feet from the Canadian river and guaranteed the cost not to exceed $2.32 per acre foot per season. Here also of land is about ten dollars per coal to be used. acre. The cost of maintenance depends upon the power used and the price of gasoline or other power. The experience of those who have installed plants an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

to THE LUBBOCli AVALANCHE VOLUME XIII. "J LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1912 NUMBER 10 my. FIFTY MORE TEAMS HOW AT WORK I toil TFP 0f 'a IkH 1 H. DENISON'S BIG GRADING HERE THIS WEEK J OUTFIT UNLOADED t! Il WH1! MILES Fill WW Grading is Progressing Nicely and Will Be Completed Within the f Limit of the Contract. Graders All Along the Line Now and Pushing the Work Dilligently Fifty more teams and a large force of additional men have been- put to work on the Santa Fe (rrade between Lubbock and Texico this week. Walter H. Denison's big grading outfit arrived the first f the week from Oklahoma. where they had just completed big contract. This outfit con sists of about fifty teams. wagons scrapers dump cars tc. In fact a complete grading utfit. They were unloaded lere and taken to a Doint about wenty-five miles northwest of .ubbock on the Santa Fe grade. Where they will push work with II possible haste. The work is progressing nicely II along the line some of the utfi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

c Home CoMotry Should be the height of every man's ambition. Better investigate our bargain list of farm lands. ccocococococococococococococoocoococococccocooococococooocooocococococococococo KIMBRO & PAR LUBBOCK TEXAS T H K A V A I.j A N C II I? FVBLIhflED KVFRY THVKHDA Y BY THE AVALANCHK PUHLIHHING IMiOkl-OKATK.D CO. JAM KS L. DOW EDITOR. Kutcred at the I'ostofflce it Lubliock Teiu. for transmission through the Malls is second class matter. KATfcS: One Year 11. Oo SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly In Advance) Sn Months 50c a tVKin iRiN( Katkh: Locals 1(1 cfnts pi-r line each Insertion. Display- ad vtrtisempiits 15 c-nts per single column inch per week: special rates on year contractu. Cards of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (other than wnttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments whore a revenue In derived therefrom ft cent per line. Professional curds 1.00 p'-r month or 9 10 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 1 Residence 212 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

peoiol! Speoiol! peoiol! It is not a special sale that we areputtinrf on but we wil :e a special pleasure in selling you your op'Septembdri We guarantee what we sell tojp!SBMe!est it to you. Our stockis so complete that we are con- A. TT" - kj".i ... 'r r- VII i' i i i f i 4 ii . .1 ji . : j. Tyi. n rv naent we can supply yourv-wantsy tne way-oi gooaojngsao eat. yp ngure wiin you. uive us your traae tnis mrai dm inf w rvvncl i i nt .. V.UUU H Jr p UUUVtr want!U the waot good things-to ' eat. kt u3 ngure with you. ( nonthand wewill have you for a .regular customer. We buy your I PHOfJE 243 SRKESWON south side square I I 1 1 I 1 PROFESSIONAL NORTH SIDE CROPS of Dr. 0. M. BALLKNUKK Office First5ifafionii Lnf Bank Bld'g. . Li1? exas DU. WV. i Mi I)kxit Office over Lub! Lu CHAH.V i Citation By Publication The state of Texan. To the the aheritT or any constable Lubbock county greeting: Vou are hereby commanded to sum- mun the unknown heirs and sucresaors of the estate of James 0. Kurke de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

4i I Your Grocery Orders Receive prompt and careful attention when left at our store. We have a well selected stock of the Very Best Makes ohjrfod eaU. Include ei Sack of White Crest Flour ' In your next order and see what an Improvement you will have In your biscuits. It has been tested and found to be he best. Phones MARTIIN 8c UOLCOTT Yttk my? Talk About Hats Always reveals the secret that the very smart- est of the seasons newest hats have been selec- ted from our new stock of Stylish Millinery We have very chic and becoming models at very reasonable prices. The Smart Appearance of your attire depends largely upon the selection of your hat and suit. They should not only be in style but should also harmonize with the features and each other. You'll find in our Ready-to-wear Clothing just the models that will make perfect your appearance. WHEELOCK'S DRESS SHOP THE LADIES' STORE Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Mesdames Slaton and entertained the "24-42" Club and quite a number of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

!3l i 3 r i v i - i al A RECORD BREAKING VOTE The Extra Ordinary Interest Mani- fested Promises a Big Voie in November Election. A dispatch written from Wash- ington by Walter S. Gard says: '"1 his is going to be no year for the stay-at-home vote. And that spells something that looks hke Democratic victory in Nov- ember Because of the three- lornered shape of the president- ial campaign and the extraordi nary interest in the issues in- volved it is likely that there will be a large increase in the I proportion of the electorate that lAvill participate in the balloting1 this fall as compared with the proportion in the last three presidential contests. The prospect of bringing out a if u II electorate is in itself decid Jedly encouraging to the Demo crats judging by tne record i me iasi nan century or Amer- ican party politics. At no time since the civil war has the De- Inocracy been successful in a residential campaign unless nore than the average voting nterest has been displayed by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

ft A SAFE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL A Mild Vegetable Medicine for The Liver That is Free From " The Cancers of the Powerful Calomel The Ret Cross Drug and Jew- elry Storelhas a mild vegetable remedy thatsuccessfully takes the place the powerful min- eral drui cnml the old-fashioned IwH nedieine. . This remedy i IXson's Liver-Tone a very pleas HAS A GOOD CROP M. C. McCrummen Acknowledges That He Has a Good Crop But Gives Credit to Employes Rives quid from con bad after follow takJn: Douson Mr. Editor: By way of explanation and in justice to all concerned if you will allow me space in your valuable paper 1 want to say t tasted liquid that! that my friend Cuinn was per- tie relief haps too generous in his praise thout the1 in his write ud of mv oroD (and so oi ten HUMAN TOOL CHEST Pocket Knives Knife Blades Nails Screws and Silver Dollar Re- moved From Man's Stomach but Ipation tots w -ef-Tone is fully guaranteed tojxj a perfect sub- stitute for calomel and if you buy a bottle and it does...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

hnononbnoDononoDbDononononooonononononoojoooDODoooDODonoaonoaoDoaonoaonoaoDcacacn Gusrainiltci. ii o n o n o n o n o n If not satisfactory return and get your money back. What is That? Every sack n o ti o p o o We mean O n J jononoooooaoDoaoaononooonononoaonooonono:nonononoPononoPOPOPOPOPQPOPaonoaonoDQDO M The Big Sale L ahii all lines. Wi are ret w what we havf to otter yoiuan staple Calyand ldUxplain cjur cerics. THE CASH 'BARGAIN STORE D. C. WORSHAM. Proprietor Neighboring From Our GAINES COUNTY Urn) not ImUmI: SIGN RAILROAD CONTRACT A contract was signed Tues- day between Seminole and Geo. A. Rvan. of Amarillo represent- infr the Texas Northern & Gulf Railroad Co. whereby this com- pany agrees to build a railroad from Midland. Texas to Tucum- cari N. M.. by way of Seminole actual construction to begin by the 9th day of November. 1912. and the road to be in operation to Seminole by the 1st day of June. 1913. Seminole agrees to raise a bonus of $66000 (either land or cash.) ri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

-4. MILLINERY ANNOUNCEMENT You.dle.eor'Cilpny invited to attend my l!6pM ing Jftxckety 9 Sp)Dtember 14-th. Th4 Stales Aetjrtely Reflect the Ad ' . . t- s . vance irrencn i ypes wun jusi a r i oucn or crrecuvcncss n 'j' an dth to make them Ih dividual. : : : : : MRS. CLARA ABNEY jE Icony Alerenntfle Building; THE AVALANCHE I'VHLISIIKD EVKKY THURSDAY BY THE AVAL.ANCIIE PUBLISHING IUOKlOKATKD CO- JAMES L. DOW EDITOR. Brit red at the PostoHlce at Luuboclc Texas for transmission throuuh tha Mills as second class matter. One Year 11.00 SLBSCItllTION KATES: (Strictly tn Advance) Sli Months 50c A dvcktivinu hATicg: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlsemenU 15 cints per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than rlttenb) ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments where a revenue is derived therefrom 5 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year if paid In advance. Ph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 12 September 1912

I j y :h le al ks al he an his "he on wn ich he He ton lied iby ves n X in. But I will sell you high I have PHONE 3Q mad lour shops - Write Catalog THE S. C. GALLUP SADDLERY COMPANY. 1TH ST. PUEBLO. COLO. p to data Evar. Pic- tically Framed. Side Square) 269. Frank Bowles is here this week bm Austin and is well pleased th the conditions in this sec- n of the country lie says ngs look good to him around bbock." 11 mMMiMlimmMMMM S)a)aja;Sa)a)a)0a)ajaa)0ajaja)0a)aj ajajss ffffMfftwW'u Bmmw I " i 1 AygUdclenjWg I V necra I W. S. " M TWO CENTURIES V Theyretoinlzey standard f f uie Vorld. j with an bsoJute gukran-1 tee and aalkjii Harness.! I If bcte odksarel ever ImadeAhe will clime from i I 7 I 1 I o Mache IT VorMfkwiylh. J J ftM and we tA.J ( rit a reaaonabfos-7 I I i j I jiare of you work. I I 11 M a am V J 'Atiatk andAi J 1 1 (Siaanar thn JU sWaAryl '1 To la. JSorth m WEREPfe3Jjfe I Won't grade good eats at a small the largest assortment of J. H. MOORE The DON'T THROW YOUR JEWELRY AW...

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