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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

UJccklg SUtoriftie* Geo. H. French, Publisher. First, Victoria and Victoria County; Second, Southwest Tex*s in General. Subscription $i.oo Per Axxm V OLUME 61. VICTORIA. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 2t>. 19Ü7. NUMBER BISHOP HOLSEY SAYS: "PE-RU-NA '? BLESSING." He Declares Pe-ru-na to Be After Twenty Years Bondage a Triumph of Medical, to Catarrh Science, He Is Relieved By Pe-ru-na. A Magnificent and Sovereign s ^ Remedy. Having Tried Many Reme- , dies and Failed to Find a / Cure, Tried Pe-ru-na and Was ■*« Promptly Relieved. B/Ó/ÍOPL. ////oitSFy The Bishop's Stcpng Tribute ts Pe-ru-na A puh io speaker y^nnot s$Vrd to S voCVarrh.! Even a flight catarrhal hoarseness of the throat becomes in- tolerable. This Is especially true of the minister -who is called upon to preside at re* iigious (unctions of all surta. L. H. Holsey, Bishop C. M. E. Church, Atlanta, Ga., writes: "I b Te found Peruna to be a great remedy tor catarrh. 1 Uwi suffered with this terrible disease for more than twenty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

T A LIQUID COLD CURL and LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP THE ORIGINAL 4 Clow Blossom and the Honey Bee cx Every Uottle. "A Ccld cr a Cough nearly always pro- duces constipation—the wrier all runs to the •yes, note ar.d throat instead of passing out mi the system through the IWer and kidn.rys. For the want cf moisture the bowel*; recome dry and hard." Nearly a'l ether cc'jfn cures •re const.paling, especially thoce f. Mining Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Hcney ar.t Tar moves the bowe! , contains no Opiates. KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE CONTAINING HONESTAR Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious action of the bowels. Relieves Coughs by clear.sir.g ar.d strengthening the. mucous membranes of the throat, chest, lungs ana bronchial tubes. For Croup, Whooping Ccugh, La Grippe, Influenza, Bronchitis, and ail Co::gh;, Colds, Lung and Eroncbial affections no remedy is equal to Kennedy's Laxative Eoney and Tar. Children like it. Put up in 26c, 60e and $1.00 bottles at the Lab' oratory cf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

íC CATARRH A UNIYZP.SÁ1. BLOOD DISEASl Catarrh is usually worse in Winter, because of the coM, <l;-.:np and suddenly changing climate. Colds are contracted, and ne^lei t«l a::d as the secretions from the different inflamed membranes are absor^.'d i til) the bloo J the unpleasant symptoms of the disease commcn o. The nostrils ore ■topped up and a constant dropping of mucous back into the throat kecpa up a continual hawking and spitting. The patient h;is dull headaches, ringing noises in the ears, and often slight fever and a depressed, half-sick fueling accompanies the disease. The blood becomes so iully charged with catarrhal matter that stomach troubles are brought on, the kidneys and bladder are affected, and if the blood is not purified of the poison the lungi become diseased because of the constant passage of impure blood through them. Catarrh cannot be cured with washes, sprays, inhalations and such tre.itmer t; these cannot reach the poison-laden bljod where the real cause ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

Hat ¡5 Bsisg Due at This Eat of the Road. In &" interview with General Manager W I Alien we report tht following ae official. The pas- senger station has been definite- ly located in the vicinity of the buhler-Welder Park. Plans are now beicg made for the build- ing, which will probably be con- atructed of pressed brictc with etone filling. It will be an im- posing structure and an orna- ment to the city, and will eost from 515,000 to §25,000. In its apnointmente, every modern convenience will be provided for the accommodation cf the travel- ing public. Gen Manager Allen is an experineced railroad man and he intends that every detail will be looked after. It is a mat- ter of general Victoria is to be signally favored in this regard. The freight depot will bebuilt within a block or two of the passenger station. Work will begin on these buildings in a few days or as soon as the plans are completed and ap- proved. Tbe freight depot will probably be constructed of cor rngated iron. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

■f Commg Don't Play Freeze Out We are closing out our heaters and giving prices that will sell Sheet Iron $1.25 F?j?cy Line $3.75 to $7.50 Pokers 5c Shovels 5c * P Box Heaters Plain & Fancy $4.75 to $9.75 Elbows 10c Stovepipe 10c Stove Boards 50c Full Line Hardware, Farming Implements, -—GROCERIES ——- ROOS MERCANTILE CO. Leaders and Originators off Lew Prices. Victoria, Texas A ITSJTHE GOOD ONE Victoria IILER'S BIO RCDJGTION $ "KING i CATTLi RING" A Wet Urn Melodrama in Fiva Acts l>y Hal RaM IN A SPECIAL BUILT TENT HAU8CHIL0 OPERA HO One Night Only Thursday, JAN. 3 O. J. LFW in the if A rural A pl y y< f, to SCENE IN ACT TWO. BAND AND ORCHESTRA 16 ACTING PARTS3 =14 MUSICIANS Calelum and Mechanical Effects Up-to-date Specialties -Correct Stage Settings—Elegant Costumes— Traveling in Two Pullman Cars. OWE WIGHT ONLY. CURTAIN RISES AT 8¡ ~ vam make NO MISTAKE BY ATTENDING THE EILER SMCVL'r S F. Z. BISHOP & COMPANY We have arrangements made with the leading Real Es- tate m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

-- — ✓ f psr - 'v W: The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity. Er ry hn t!<« of Dr. Plerw": wnr'.é Tíi ...-i -jüin.:; iu< •• leaving tiie great labo- ru.uiy at iluiFalo, N. Y., has printed upon Its wrapper ali the ingredient* entering into it eompetition. This fact alone place Dr. Pierce'* Family Medi- cines in a cltut all tty tliemxel ve . They cannot ba classed with patent or secret medicines because they are neither, This Is why so many unprejudiced physicians Brescribe them and recommend them to aeir patient*. They know what they are computad of, and that the ingredient* are those endorsed by the noat eminent medical authorities. The further fact that neither Dr. rlerce's Golden Medical Discovery, the Creat stomach tonic, liver invlgorator, eart regulator and blood purifier, nor hit I 'Favorite Prescription for weak, over- ! worked, broken-down, nervous women, I contains any alcohol, alto aotiltoa Uw ' ta a place all by themselves. Manv years ago. Dr. Pierca ilscoverai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

bmm ¡1 m mam :"mw' B HHpiit ^sou titqitwii napy tsMflfww towntttttes. \taft tovsV**** krana mi Tarti lo«A Vrv Stftvnn^i ^oVtaeeo «n& Mu Three ways are used by farmers for curing and preparing their to- bacco for the market; namely sun cured, air Cured and flue cured. The old and cheap way is called air cured; the later discovery and im- proved way is called flue cured. In flue curing the tobacco is taken from the fields and racked in barns especially built to retain heat and there subjected to a continuous high temperature, produced by the direct heat of flame heated flues, which brings out in the tobacco that stimulating taste and aroma that expert roasting develops in green coffee. These similar processes give to both tobacco and coffee the cheer- ing and stimulating quality that pop- ularizes their use. The quality of tobacco depends much on the curing process and the kind of soil that produces it, as ex- pert tests prove that this flue cured tobacco, grown in the famous Pied...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 26 January 1907

ÜBH ÍOÜR ANNUAL SALE OF WHITE] BEGINS IT'S SECOND WEEK, ON MONDAY. JANUARY 28TH. Three big cases of new White Goods too late for the sale last week will go on sale Monday, and for six days longer the trading public of this section will buy anything in the way of Muslin Underwear, Embroideries and laces for less than todays manufacturers cost price. We have opened during the past week thousands of yards of new Ging- hams, Percales and other early Spring Wash Goods, all go on sale Monday in connection with our great White Sale. 10.000 Yards of Hamburg Embroideries at about 1-2 regular prices. 250 Pieces of 12 l-2c Zepher Ginghams, fast colors at 10c. 20.000 Yards new laces, in 1907. Patterns at 1-3 less than actual value- 1000 Garments of snowy ladies Muslin Underwear marked at prices less than the cost of material, Gowns, Corset Covers, Skirts, Chemises, Drawers, just the Garments you need, neatly made in trimmed and priced to suit any purse. The Graves Dry Goods Co. own and operate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 29 May 1925

BR. JACK KMI THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE /OLUMC LXXV FIRST COTTON BALE OF US SOON TO CUE FROM VALLEY SAN BESITO. T *7.-1 * ew days, probably within the TW at week, the first bale of cotton to « produced in the world this year rilj suit rolling oat of the Lower lio Grande Valley. The record for he ¿artiest bale is May estab- ished in 1S2J- This information was given oat by County Agent Lonis H. Alsmeyer, irho has just completed a trip of in- ipectkra over the county. There are several fields in widely Mattered parts of the valley showing ipened bells, and the white lint should be ready fcr picking in a few lays. Competition for the first bale s unusually keen, as this bale brings hiph premium on the Cotton Ex- hange floor in Houston, where it is uctioned off. ' Cotton in general over the valley s in good condition. Mr. Alsmeyer said. At present the boll weevil in- estation is heavy in spots, but the iresent weather indicates that there will be a good crop of cotton if the armers will contr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 29 May 1925

THE VICTORIA WEEKLY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. Victoria Advocate Established IS4I ■stand at the Poht otic* st Victoria, Texas, ss second class mail matter. OKO. H. FRENCH Publishes LktiPOLD MORRIS Edltoi •nee Brery Week-'On Fridays SUBSCRIPTION Weekly, per annum IU5# PRIVATE FUNDS CAN'T BE USEO FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS INFORMED International News Service. AUSTIN, Texas, May 23.—Compli- menting the pupils who are attempting to raise money to continue the School of Journalism of the Texas University over the governor's veto. President Walter Splawn of the university said this morning it was "a noble move" bat that money raised privately could not be used to run the institution. The following are the regulations for the District Boy Scout Summer Camp to be held near Cuero on the McCrabb Ranch June 3 to 13: A Word to Parents There is a brotherhood of the open r< ad' and the sky. Its meetings are held around camp fires all over the coubtry;' its members are dedicated to the love of na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 29 May 1925

fHE VICTORIA WEEKLY AOVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 192S. INTRAGOASTAL CANAL ANTWERP LATEST i ASSOCIATION TO HAVE CONVENTION OCT. 23 HOUSTON, ' Texas, May 23.— October 23 and 24 are the dates announced by President C. S. E. Hol- land for the twenty-first annual con- vention of the Intracoastal Canal As- sociation cf Louisiana and Texas. The dates were announced follow- ' ing a consultation between citizens of Port Arthur, where the convention will be held, and officials of the as- sociation. Selection of the date was made' after studyng announced dates for other conventions In order to avoid as much as possible conflict with other large gatherings in Texas or Louisiana. Every effort Is being made to have the largest attendance In the association's history. Two outstanding factors are ex- pected to make the convention one of the most interesting and most im- portant ever held by the advocates of the coastal waterway. The first wlll 1,6 the achievement since the last convention; namely, obt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 29 May 1925

THE VICTORIA WEEKLY ACOCATE. FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1S25. BUNDED BY SOAP LAREDO YOUTH IS LAO DROWNS BELOW i CHAMPION ORATOR; VICTORIA IN RIVER TO REPRESENT DIXIE (Prom Monday's Daily) John Gonzales, 22, of Guadalupe, this county, the son of Lawrence Gon- zales of Austin, was drowned In the Guadalupe River at th® Wilden farm a Jew miles below Victoria Sunday a ft-, «rnoon. His body was recovered this jj.oming and the inquest was held by J.atice at the Peace T. P. Lenoir. Gonzales, unable to swim, was In allow water washing his head when e me roap suds got in his eyes and temporarily blinded him, causing him to walk out into the middle of the riv- er when he thought be was approach- ing the bank Jose Molina of this city almost lost his life in attempting to rescue the drowning man. He was dragged under the water for the third time be- fore he was able to free himself from Gonzales' dying grip. The youth drowned in eight feet of water. The body was recovered at 8:30 o'clock this morning about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

POR new glasses? DR. JACK XAH*! OaxofTteírisc ¡09 Wei¿er BlcL?. Phone 233 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE ftZEXLY EDITIC H IT MAY BE YOUR EYES! Wear Correct CJnifcft DR. JACK KAHN Optometrist SOSWtMerEids. Phone 233 H. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST Df COEKAL OLUME LXXIX JL SL Wrastbur-un ILSOPc VICTORIA. TEXAS. F<=iDAY. JANUARY 22. "528. NUMBER 35 roru attorney cured ruung U. s. gonfbbate navy s now to comtest ta6 bay it mayor D Ether Wares patches tram washimmm srar- ic a suit is to he bnoiuihr a? tflH I Status Treasury- Cwflarmuar irinM- the nimmunir.- gruperrr- of >.V\v Jtexicu. Arizona, Washington unit Luuisianu respect r<> títe bk^hibUB it iB-- ptxes were read with unusual in Victoria. &ir a Vkiturtn ley. J. T Lineuaiiirh. -.vas- inatEtb- tn securing rim ruling an rite R&venue Deparrmenr aphulii- e pravisiuns of these laws, s was early in. 132!) anil rile- rul- ,used rhe peñerai Gnveramenr unit millions at dnflfcrs itt ras id been cullevted fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

1 I THE VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1926. Victoria Advocate Established 1846 [ at the Poht Office at Victoria, T«Mm. *£ secoud class mall matter. OSO. H. FRENCH Publish#! LEOPOLD MORRIS Editoi Once Every Week-'On Friday SUBSCniPTICN Weekly, per annum 11.54 ATE TOO FAST Carofimaui Took Black- Dranght For Indigestion, and Says He Conld Soon Eat Anything. Bailen tine, 8. C.—Mr. W. B. Bouknight, of this place, gave the following account of his use of Thedford's Black-Draught. "Just after I married I had indi- gestion. Working out, I got in the habit of eating fast, for which I soon paid by having a tight, bloated feeling after meals. This made me very uncomfortable. I would feel •tupid and drowsy, didn't feel like working. I was told it was indi- gestion. Some one recommended Black-Draught and I took it after meals. I soon could cat anything any time. "I use it for colds and bilious- ness and it will knock out a cold and carry away the bile better and quicker than any l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

THE VICTORIA WEEKLY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1926. IE! MAN HURT HERE ¡N AUTO COLUSION; 2 OTHERS INJURED February 15. with 12 male and 20 female; rar;. -1- 3ad one i ¡tlf. The Sat ply into Jamaica for üix sweltering da;.*. The were a local seri-attc.n. forcr tbou-an.-i visitors inspect. -/ :n< cargo in on 'lay, much io me ui¿gvji>t of the camels, Lieutenant porter reported. - tu r)ne adult fame! died en rotste an<l (From Paily of January 14) . . ,. . • ... ^t.^o of six calves born on b< ard lired. IVivian J. Koontz, a young man of; " .... . fc_„. The thirtyfc ur íturvirlng camels ez. th s county, ha,] his left knee , . . . ^ " . , a „tr*rc..i were landed at Ir.dianola, Texas, In Jdly sprained and suffered bruises ^ out the head when a Ford coupe " - I , ... „ v,r* Major Wayne sien a camel to a for- liven by him collided with a Ford . „ , , . . ., age bam at Indianola to carry fotir aring car driven by Al \ogt a serv- J .v.; .fc, in bales of hay, weighing 125$ pound*....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

THE VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1925. 1925 FINANCIAL. REPORT OF FAIR ASS'N T&te teíe. üiiC íünaJÚtrüiÉ Earrj F=w* 3aiwa. Etc — fiirarij* EJCtt&U: jia 33*1 . -<5rtJUnG+ " inj-iAHíia-t. Efcs. Jta*err.wnrr^ CmafinsBt Kaatüaatwia 3i*fti3c.í Prune —2u u*s 1 "TGZ&b Dmtma&mm — 33ÍJ.H® JSumaiirjia nes 235-W £mí g-agMántg SKSJ® Sfag*ttrsrriv- 25 :W* 3^!r Sa^sin. Ohm CSaeacJtC 3£,.t *51. 34üS_ SW'.W £uBirsiii5t 5¡.~55jftS jtifct j j ar í >ÍC iftün 1SWM *€.ÍC&iW _ 151.75 _ WB>M . 4ÜÍ.C Í.WS.54 6ra<tr iBi i 1.1 fliiini an-- .asga* 3C.IM) $10.159,95 j i ÍSÍ, y^EWiEnrr Premiitm.'i ti.^rrijs Jkttviermuuí nut armrzojg l.Wtfe.Kk Heíu 'jtBfir in. rr.'laict tut ic ii-cr * Rulirjuru Jtt'.fjviziz .. — íjtlil.yíi Exgeaner Jk&jgtaz.z 3uePj^S- ?irw ... Pa« aar. ZH32 Pngta^i. VZJ73 [gjfT íiifarstf-*0- ~fHr=- Kt'f «BTMA® . ZMs3& frunFill''*' 3eíeSec3* Jtaetiiutr. T2S-54 &~hJnMnt* -€11 , . 15 T..«7. ITygw .. fT.JH.41 (¡tágr -n ■*.gigimisíaiiííD3£.--...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

I ■ '?%>• Á f££X±X *<vwt*-rz. FfílDAV. JANUARY 22. 1926. ADDRESS MADE BY V. B. PROCTOR TO JUEffiCAN LE90M i.irxaa' T R Pt j- ef it- :rr --pfs-:- as Sii&rwf 2, -i- tartst-ie- cr>3 ísr -I « I^-ia Z-ar Po-r at *iie L^ri'-n HaH W-ins-^i^r • *te 3 e- ~>.s wrrS -ie member *ub* csrl't r!t -íir^ 2BAr ül#t ra«r. aod ->-n<i a aar wrlíi «ttti mili a*a<i. <aímme+ . imttniii. -t> ai#*#** "ti* iCíTig^i - affiBlr In rflfi «i ¿Hit .j£ itH ■*3.1: ;i ma '{fliis ¿ir r-^ - *' Thar ji *>iar imnnr arjll tfiflL Thij Wartd WVir ¿mi h** ^£Ü- 3** •^rr.í'fr zt^-iTi Tra« -ix*- J6ri#t Teste U Tru; Manhiiiví. Thasb? vwi :iu*r lü-n -^f r a** jju^ ¿oui. TTiax'i Kjf i wfer ."OH- -Hiflillit ílíirit u aiiv «r-iíírTti'í* man tím Sailfi inro miüíhmuie- 3omi«t flirrnmuümí ami ~rsiae empratíoi may ma* mm look: i^imnii-fi auii -ami«iw d, mil lini fnr=aki?n. 3nr ie -tíwi th*- arid OMir of rjrim 3D>rt uu*~ mamma STC8MUMB0F ~- t cmhuí-. sai jf«u of -tie an (i zaui it-vw ¿Lances :m< an?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

THE VICTORIA WEEKLY ADVOCATE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1926. January and Removal Sale Drastic Reductions —on our entire reaaising flock of fall aid wiater Merchandise |HATEVER your immediate needs may be—you are certain to fulfill them in this Sale—and save a good- ly sum vvuile doing so. It is a Clearance Sale that you can only appreciate through attending. No matter which department you visit, you will find it rich in opportunity for making decided savings. EN! we're clearing our entire stock of suits and overcoats. Every winter garment is greatly reduc- ed for quick action. Suits at one-third off. All Blue Serge Suits at 20 per cent off. EADY-TO-WEAR offered now at big mark downs from former prices. All Silk and Wool Winter Dresses and Millinery at one-half price. OW READY—a comprehensive display of Spring's Smartest Silks—fabrics which are new—fabrics which are smart, in colorful lengths to make your spring and summer wardrobe correct and charming. |EW arrival of Women's and Misses' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 22 January 1926

THE VICTORIA WEEKLY .XC^CCXTS- 2 1S28. I I /?■ STATE PROMISES WHOLESALE KILLING OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT THUS. NICHOLSON'S TO HELP GOLIAD OF BIROS BY BOYS IN SOUTHERN STATES FUNERAL HELO TODAY SURFACE HIGHWAY CAUSE OF PROTEST FOR TEXTILE MILLS AT HARfMSBURG, TEX. GOUAO LADY HAS SANTEL-PESEK BOUT CANNONS MOUNTED POSTPONED AND JESS IN FANNIN PARK DECIDES TO (Gc.lind Artvance-Guardi Mr. Kelley. division highway engi- neer, was in Goliad Saturday to inter- view Goliad County officials on n?at* lers relating to the highway through the county. Mr. Kelley was here to 2cju~t some matters about which the ¡From MknuEays Daily Word was received her this isg from Tom Law. Wichita. :na SAX AXTOXIO. Texas, Jan. 18.— HOCSTOX. T«as. Jan.. 13..— IBsmtlijtt 15135*1 «Je..sad Afir«x<-«-G&ard' Wholesale and ruthless killing of Development of the textile áxifcis- TUw :i#n¿5r <oc Tüismutf SS-iüflüUE. Tii. Th? work in" th-- caracns native birds, especially the cedar wax try in the South is inevicibte aa...

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