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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 April 1910

EX "Well Known Valley Cattle- man and Merchant Dies in El Paso. Hush George Ross a Fort Hancock cattleman and an EI Pa30 business manWIied early this mornins at Hotel Iieu. Mr. Ross was well known in El Taso associated in a cattle and mer- chandise brokerage business with coun- cilman W. F. Robinson. The firm was known as H- G. Ross & Co. Preceded by a brief Illness death was caused by heart trouble. 3Ir. Ross came to El Paso a few days aso on his pe- riodical business visit. He became sud- denly ill Saturday being1 taken to the hospital the following day. A bachelor Mr. Rossis survived by a brother R. C Robs of Lordsburg N. M. who arrived in El Paso this morning anVl two sisters living in Cali- fornia. . No funeral arrangements nave been made. Mr. Ross was born in Scotland 55 3 ears ago. For 30 years he has lived in Texas. Among other properties he owned a ranch near Fort Hancock. Sketch of Career. Mr. Ross was the son of Donald Ross a member of the firm of Ross Mtchell & C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 April 1910

.0 HERALD 10 FOR SALE KJEAL ESTATE. The Herald Want Ads are as fresh as interest- ing and as varied as the news columns and a great deal more profitable to the man who reads them regularly. ::::: WAREHOUSE AXD FACTORY SITES. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORXE BIS SAN FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL ESTATES. $ r-5-4 COlWrnX -E&Ls-&'Ti OF IT! IP WrT f I "f &IwpT lel-np'l MA4v IBJUsTART LUGGING' KKE EACH CAKE AS VT ViliBl T 0 R AND tfA BACK -A Assist;1 xTl W ll O A gC?' feAlNSX THE WAU ! s f Jk3 ttUfi ?i W sTf CAKE" TOT inj ""mRlS "mSMIA. A fcpifD BETTER GO TtW fii ilfl llllHIBiiv 5 IT . Y7??5 I !! U COT H T TV tf if t TT7T.V lM ij i F N. r r jpgPK WJuuLjWsmEKEmL ila -OTTW-f-r wo a -m Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. LOST Gold ring with garnet set cor- ner Mesa and Texas. Return to 509 Rio Grande and receive reward. ; LOST Saturday in shopping district solid gold Peacock make watch en- graved Insi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 April 1910

-ral estate. LOOKING FOIt A FARM? We have a long.list of the finest im- proved farms in the valley. Amongst xhese a 50 acre a 120 acre a 160 acre a 135 acre and an SO acre farm witn- n mile from Berino R. R- depot. Farms that will net you $50 per acre tills season of the crops all under the imest irrigation system in the country at prices ranging from S5 per acre and very easy terms. We have several smaller tracts at from $35 up. An SO acre farm at Chamberino finest soil flrstclass 4 room residence full water rights $65. Terms. SO acres at San Miguel well im- 8 acres all improved and house on it in the town of San MlgueL 900. 12 acres in La Mesa improved and in the town site. $1200. Write or call on our representative at office 32 City National Bank building facing Little Plaza. Phone 3266. We can take you to these farms at sy time. VIKJOEX & HAXX03I. W. F. PAYNE'S OFFICE Is now located In the Angelus hotel building. Crawford theater entrance. FOR RENT. 9 room brick paved street...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 HEADQUARTERS FOR Fresh ' VWetabl "We are acknowledged headquarters for Fresh Pmits and Vegetables. Our assortment is always fresh. RECEIVED FRESH EVERY DAY. Hed Badishes 2 Punches ...5c Valley Asparagus 2 imch. 15c Rhubarb extra lb 12 1-2c New Potatoes lb 12 1-2c Xew Cal. Beets bunch ...10c Targe Crisp Lettuce 10c Irish Potatoes 15 lbs 25c Sweet Potatoes 6 lbs 25c Fancy Tomatoes lb- 121 -2c Green Sugar Peas 12 1-2c New Carrots 3 bunches ...10c Green Beans lb 20c Wax Beans lb 20c Cauliflower lb 121-2c PURE VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP. Direct from the farm where it is made qt 45c Educator Crackers per box 25c Hygienic Crackers per box 20c Arrowroot Crackers per box 10c Fhone 151. 210-212 Tezas St Auto 1151. I The Children STeed a room for themselves. Why not fix up one for their convenience? "We are now showing in our windows up to date decorations for the Nursery very attractive yet inexpensive. Tutile Paint DURHAM-DTJPLEX-RAZOR. The new razor that combine the advantages of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

EI Paso Texas 9 Wednesday Evening April 20 1910 - - - IS Pages All the X)tts Herald Prinfis It First "While It's Fjresh. ! WILL MARRY THE HAVENS MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR Will Eun Through Roswell to El Paso Making Short Lone to St. Louis. CONSTRUCTION TO BE PUSHED FAST Quanah Texas April 20. More than 250 representatives from the cities of Matador Afton Emma Plainvlew Hale Center Lubbock Dickins City Espuelo Lyman Ball Escatado Tex. and Ros- well Carlsbad Acme and Poriales N. M- are in Quanah representing their various cities before the annual meet- ing of the directors of the Quanah Acme and Pacific railway. Plainview 'and Hale Center are car- rying on an especially active cam- paign to secure the road for these cit- ies. President Samr Lazarus has arrived from St- Louis and nothing has been given our authoritatively yet as re- gards the points probably to be selected by the president and directors. A banquet was tendered al! repre- sentatives by the Quanah chamber of commerce in the Fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

An 2 1 ltllfe; II fiSiHira Innovation In Garmeiftdom Th ce $9 Tomorrow we place on sale and display the sensation of the present season in garments. This is the '' Combination Trio." Or in other words a suit parasol and hag to match (note cut opposite). The suit is made of superior quality linen. Colors are blue white and natural. The hag and parasol match exactly. This is one of the novelties of the season and you 1 will certainly enjoy seeing it. Price t y--P 4-1-1 n ' ' H Attt ni-n (i4n nn ' I Vm r J 11.50 PECOS FARMERS PAY WATER DUES Satisfactory Conditions in Yalley Dry Weather in Eange Country. "W. M. Heed district engineer of the reclamation service has returned to the city after a week's absence. He has beenat Hoswell X. M. and otner points in the Pecos valley on routinu business connected with the reclamation service. Mr. Reed reports good farming- con- ditions in the valley on jOe irrigated lands and states that the farmers in that section are establishing a record in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

"PASO HERALD Wednesday April 20 1910. Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Beil Phones 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1691. LEASERS IN LOWER PRICES Fine California Strawberries per box 10c 3 lbs. best Creamery Butter (strictly fresh) for. .$1.00 Strictly fresh Texas Eggs per dozen 25c Mountain Park Eggs (fresh every day) per doz.. 35c 3 dozen good California Xavel Oranges 3 dozen. . 50c 6 small California Grape Fruit (good quality) ... 25c 3 large California Grape Fruit (good quality) 25c 4 lbs. good Apples for 25c Lemons very best per dozen 20c Extra fine Green Peas per lb 10c Extra fine Green String Beans 2 lbs. for 25c Best Valley Asparagus 2 bunches for 15c Green Onions and Radishes 3 bunches for 10c Large bunches California Beets and Turnips each 10c Good Xew Potatoes 3 lbs. for 25c Extra nice large white Head Lettuce 2 bunches . . 15c Fine Parsley (large bunches) each 5c Fine Valley Spinach per lb 5c Water Cress per bunch. . - - 5c Bermuda Onions per lb 5c Fine Old O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

L PASO HERAL a. Wednesday April 20 1910. gHHFgfflBfffiHaMjMaBWii i mill ma imwLKt Wi IWWMH 'lev P. u Prosperity j dates from the first dollar saved. Every person who earns money should save a part of it. The one who has saved in the past is prosperous today; and he who begins a sav- ings account today will be'prosperous in the future. We pay interest on savings accounts and ;prish to number you among our satisfied customers. Our savings department is open Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock for the accommoda- tion of our customers. We wish to serve the public. Have' you tried' us?' The El Paso Ban Trust Co. k & iii cfrmip'hy lira rthtfr ill uLliliinill DI-UilliLU 0 m t LU Method of Transacting Busi- ness in Times of Crisis Is Discussed and Probed by Investigators. "Washington. T. C April 20. How Germany met the crisis of 1907 and how she has improved her banking laws to meet future crises was the subject of J a special inquiry by an official German 1 commission whose hearings have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting- News "Wednesday Ii EA.SO HEUAliD April 20 ism The Herald's Sporting News jjl- I JJ ft y?Wr;: TOVMVUnw Pa its- r vM xsHstf rair or i REGAL and" so does every other well-dressed man here. Fhey're the smartest shoes that money can buy exact reproductions of expensive metropolitan custom models. They're made in quarter- sizes giving you an exact fit Regal Shoes are the greatest shoe s-alues in the world that's why we sell them. Let us show you the new Spring styles. 3 so HIGH SCHOOL TO PLAY A. & 31. COLLEGE Las Cruces X. M.. April 20. The El Paso high school team will cross bats -with ' the A. & M. college team Satur- day afternoon the game "to be called at 2:30. A large crowd of Las Cruces folk usually attend these games and it is ex- pected that a large crowd will witness this game. JVeket Junkie Sfrap for children. Foot jforrn shapes jfor "little folks" $1. 00 $1.25 $1.50 frothing 'Better fete) as good as our j Ojcfords and AnKJe .Straps for tvomen at $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE "Wednesday April 20 1910. L PASO Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic vThe Sun The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Kates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Business Office J-15 Editorial Rooms r)X Society Reporter -"" Advertising department llb HERALD TELEPHONES XES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year ?7. Weekly Herala. per year $2. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Totos. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed Will please state In his communicat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday April 20 1910. Jg "equally valnable 3g8M i For Home Baking pplM NEG-EO TO PBISOST BATHER THAN JAIL i &5A TO9I& !S3I ME BKl H jlMJlilMu MR PBHbV P1K Unusual Request by Opium Smuggler Judge Maxey Grants Eequest. A year and a day in lederal prison is preferable to 10 months in the Kl Paso county jail according to Charlie John- son a negro. The statement has been causing con- siderable comment about the streets this morning. Johnson asked that he be sentenced to serve one year and one day in the federal prison at Fort Leavenworth Kan. instead of 10 months in the coun- ty jail here. This was done upon tho request of the prisoner who told judg: Maxey that he could not stand the con- I finement in the county jail and request- I ed that his sentence be increased that j he might go to the penitentiary where i hp will have more freedom. As it is necessary to make the sen- tence longer than one year before a person may be sent to the federal prison Johnson's se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

t PASO HERAL Wednesday April 20 1910. Many Card T er In City During ihe tOee In Social Circles A fljtfi Children's Oxfords There are no shoes so easy and com- fortable on young feet during the spring and summer season as Ox- fords. We appreciate this fact and we have low cut shoes in all the good styles for boys and girls of all ages. Oxfords Ties Pumps etc. Black leathers or canvas formed to fit growing feet correctly. No rubbing or slipping" at the heel. There's a long price range 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.50 Pit out the children with low shoes for summer wear and make them comfortable. ASK FOR OUR NEW SPRING CATALOG Lo'Ve'jr Tapestry By Archibald Snllivnn. (By Archibald Sullivan. Said she. ''Go fetch the palest stnr That blossom in the Snmruer sklc The amber tissue of the Rim A flight of opal butterflies. "A skcln of silver from the moon And trembling: ;rreen from off the trees: 'The rainbow that but jesterdaj- Was -wonderful aprainst the breeze. The vrhltest roue that ever blew. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

Wednesday April 20 1910. a Buy Your GROCERIES You would be surprised to know how much money you can save by buying in quantities (say a month's supply) from us at WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH. Get our figures on your next bill. We are experienced grocerymen. We know the grocery business. We can and will sell you groceries for less than you have been paying. Our "motto" in buying is quality FIRST then PRICE- WHAT IS YOURS? Pure Creamery Butter for 35c 3 pkgs. American Oatmeal for 25c 6 pkgs. Quaker or Scotch Oatmeal for 55c 3 pkgs. Puffed "Wheat for 25c 2 pkgs. Puffed Eice for 25c 3 pkgs. Kellogg s Corn Flakes for 25c 3 pkgs. Ralston Famous Hominy Grits for 25c 12 lb. sack Ralston Famous AYhole Wheat Flour for 60c What Are You Paying for These Goods? lUeans Pioneer 3Iilk for 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 50c 6 small cans "Bordens'1 Milk for 4 2-Ib. cans Baltimore To- matoes for 3 2-4b. cans Banquet Corn for d; 2 2-lb. cans Lima Beans for 2 3 -lb- cans Peaches Pears or Apricots for 3 3 -lb. ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

Southwestern Mining News 'April 20 1910. Southwestern Mining News Wednesday EL PASO HERALD m m nn-mu h iin-h The Panic of 1907 Reckless extravagance in every shape form and manner was at the bottom of the panic of 1907. And the reason the panic was neither so widespread nor so long as that of 1903 was because America had more put away for the rainy day than ever before in the history of the country. As a rule we had more money saved up more of us owned our homes more of us owned a little land. We were all in better shape to live for months 'without working. There's a Lesson In This Things move in a cycle. rTow we are entering on good times again but as the wheel goes around dark days will return. Let's Be Better Prepared Than Ever "Wliy not COMMENCE WOW to get thathonie so that when those dark days come again you will have a place to eat and sleep and WILL NOT RECEIVE MONTHLY VISITS from the LANDLORD. It's Easy to Get a Home If you try. AUvtkat's necessary is to come to our office a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

Wednesday April 20 1910. 11 Two & Three Piece EL PASO HERALD NEW BUILDINGS FOR i . a i ROSWELL AND I hese rirst juramer Oaysj B . && r WIC - $ 1 For Young' and Men Worth Regularly $20.00 and $22.50 On Sale Until Saturday Ths Hows c Knppcnfcciaa JLN 12J3X C2acaso 9 f Hand tailored Suits m the newest and best of the season's styles. Both the two and three piece styles are shown in a great variety of cloths and styles. "We feature particularly in this sale suits for the young fellows suits with lots of "dash" to them. Men of every build tall or short stout or slim can easily be fitted here in the "best clothes on earth." It's Now Time to buy for Summer Wear Straw and Panama Hats Negligee Shirts New Neckwear Cool Undergarments Cool Sleeping Garments Fancy Yests 'Summer Hosiery and of course this is the place to --buy them best. I Capitalists Consider Rail- road Extension Jlorses and Farms Sold. ill REMOVAL NOTICE! Santa Fe Ticket and Freight Office is located tem- porarily i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

12 Wednesday April 20 1910. FOR SALE KEAL ESTATE. WELLfli WiUTA LITT The Herald Want Ads are as fresh as interest- ing and as varied as the news columns and a great deal more profitable to the man who reads them regularly. ::::::: WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITESw BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. 1 IDEAL FAR3IS. - R. H. THORNE 51S SAN FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL ESTATJs. LE WHILE 3. CAUL M EARLY TOMORROW j J rfS TIWE TO . MORMlMq.DEflR Have I I 3ET UP. JOHN! I J IMPORTANT BUSINESS o"T hli lUll r '' t OF TOWN ANP I MOST CATCH wrrL If . . . .. . ? 11 JOHN XOU n)5T ( OH f LL WfllT T I IK PEAR. WAIT a . : 6ET UP MOW JfV !?JI3Jj I UlTTUE WHILE sasJL s z2 i t ( YOU HAP BETTER j . jjT OH! lU WAIT A I Z 1 I fLrff start cNn5kgfVm. little whilp" U-s- LgWm COPYRIGHT 1910 BY THE Chiugs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. LOST White Angora cat male small pink spot right side. Return to 1301 E. Rio Grande get 55 reward. LOST Gold brooch inscribed "Clara....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

Z1 Wednesday April 20 1910. 13 FOR SALS S-SAL ESTATE. LOOKING FOR A FAR3!J We have a long Hst of the finest im- proved farms in the valley. Amongst these a 50 acre a 120 acre a 160 acre a 135 acre and an SO acre farm wltn- n H mile from Berino R. R. depot. Farms that will net you $50 per acre this season of the crops all under the finest irrigation system in the country at prices ranging: rom $S5 per acre and -very easy terms. We nave several smaller tracts au from ?35 up. An 30 acre farm at Chambenno; finest soil firstclass 4 room residence full water rights. $65. Terms. 80 acres at San Miguel well Im- proved at a bargain. 8 acres all improved and house on it. in the town of San Miguel. 5900. 12 acres in La Mesa improved and in the town site. $1200. Write or call on our representative at office. 32 City National Bank buijdmg facing Little Plana. Phone 3266. We can take you to these farms at. -iny time. VILJOEN & HAXX13I. W. F- PAYNE'S OFFICE Is now located in the Angelus hotel ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

u The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday EL PASO HERALD April 20 1910. The HeralcFs Sporting News The. class of people who buy their footwear from us and vou will not wonder whv we have been the leading shoe house in El Paso for 24 years past. The best people of our city always tell you "Pew's Shoes" r For Satisfaction "There are nian reasons" but the principal r one is - We Give You Your Money's Worth HORSERACENG TO REPLACE BULLFIGHT 1 MEXICO. SAYS ALBERTO TEH Vew Tort April 20. Senor Dob Alberto Tcrrazas president of the Juarez Jockey clHb Is aa interested spectator tliis -week at the Aqueduct race track. He is prepariBg to get together a smaall stable to race on the eastern tracks. He speaks confidentially of the racing situation in 3rexIco expressing the opinion that racing will replace bull fighting as the national pastime of his cesntry before many years. A meeting of the stockholders of the Mexican course -will be held hero this week and plans formulated for the coming season. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday April 20 1910. 15 Keep Tlie Complexion Beautiful Nadine Face Powder (In Green Boxes Only) Trrv1nfvs: n ft. velvets appearance so much ad- j xmrea ana remains unm washed off. Punned by1 a new process. Will not clog the pores. Harmless as water. Prevents return of discolorations. White Flesh Pink Brunette. By Leading Toilet Counters Or Mall. Price 50 cents. SI05TEY BACK if Not Entirely Pleased. Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET CO PAKS.TBC1 ALPINE'S COUNCIL IS NOW IN POWER Two Ifyanehises Are Applied For City Is Ordered Cleaned Up. Alpine. Texas Apm u. Aipine 1 empowered to hire three or more men to assist him in cleaning: the streets and alleys. The aldermen drew for long and short terms which resulted as follows: For one year terms Paul J.Vogt John Young and John A. Weyerts: for two year terms W. S. Duntar and W. O. Moore. The Alpine Telephone company has made application for a telephone fran- chise for the city of Alpine or the transfer of the permit granted by ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 April 1910

EE PASO HERALD 15 Wednesday .April 20 1910. UTSTLISTED STOCKS. AGENTS BTJTTERICK PATTERNS SEND TJS YOUR MAIL ORDERS Bargains of the Better Kind Tomorrow and Balance of Week (By Special "Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co. Globe Ariz.) j Fre h V J.Ck2sar Dtz&ood Co. CfeacmWf 3lubr Dry Good Co. n "We are acknowledged headquarters for Fresh Pruits ancUYegetables. Our assortment is always fresh. "RECEIVED JFRESH EVERY DAY. Bed Radishes 2 bunches ...5c Valley Asparagus 2 bnch 15c Rhubarb extra lb 121-2c New Potatoes lb 12 1-2c New Cal. Beets bunch ...10c Large Crisp Lettuce 10c Irish Potatoes 15 lbs 25c Sweet Potatoes 6 lbs 25c Fancy Tomatoes lb- 121-2c Green Sugar Peas 12 1-2c New Carrots 3 bunches ...10c Green Beans lb 20c Wax Beans lb 20c Cauliflower lb 12 1-2c Fresh Okra. lb. 20c Water Cress bunch 10c Green Chili and Bell Peppers Cranberries qt 121-2"c Wine Sap Apples fancy lb. 8c Eoman Beautv Apples fancy lb .. 8c Florida Grapefruit 10c Winter Nellis Pears lb. ...-foe Mustard ...

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