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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THB FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905. . . fc. . fc. ' . ' - . - k. v- . - - . I DISPERSION SALE ! { Scotch and Scotch = Topped Shorthorn Cattle f J at the Mettr. Sate Pavilion in Falls City , Nebraska on f { Monday , November 20th , 1905 Comnieiicitig- 1 o'clock p. in. I Hulls. Cows , Heifers and Calves. I'inc individuals and finely bred. No postpomement on account of weather. The Scotch Missie Hull , Golden Laird 188329 heads ihe hed and will be includce in the sale. Col. G.I. Bellows Marlon f | nctlonccrs j g COUPE Palls City , Neb. \ \ 'AO 'Ai Let Us Introduce S c * w Our high grade , clenn wa a elinkerli'ss coal lo you. C ยง & 03 If will keep you wann r : 03f f ) ed for less money than any other eonl you can 3 ony. Isn't your bin about - bout eiupty ? : : : : . t Sc M c } 0) 0)i3 i3 0 We want you to call and see us for Lumber and all kinds of Coal , both hard and sofl. We wish to call yonr attention to our Portable Corn Crib- bin"1. Come and see us. We will t...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entcreil as second vlass matter as Knlls City , Nebraska , post ofllce , J.inu- nrv 12 , l'X)4 , under the Act of Congrcst of March 3..187" . Published every Krlilay at Kails City , Nebraska , by TSe Tribune Publlihinrf Company One year . . $1.00 Six n'onths . . . . .60 Three mouths . . . - -35 TELEPHONE 226. THE NEW JUDGE. Governor Mickey last week ap pointed John 1J. Uaper of Paw- not1 County Judge of the first dis trict to lill the vacancy created by the death of Judge Habcock. 'Phis appointment will meet with the approbation of lawvers and litigants throughout the dis trict. Mr. Kaper is a" young man of good ability and unswerving integrity , lie will bring to the office a capacity for work and a disposition'of fairness born of high characterAs one who has known Mr. Raper for many years we would congratulate tlie Gover nor on his choice and predict for Mr. Raper a long service in the important and respon...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THE FALLS ClTf TRIBUNK , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905. LOCAL LOKE ( tits Neitx.el was a Rule visitor last Saturday. Fred Brccht was a Rule visitor the last of last week. I Frank Martin was a Lincoln visitor during the week. ' Mr Simanton made a business i trip to Stellaon Monday. S. H. Bain was a Salem visitor the fore part of this week. F. W. Cleveland made a busi ness trip to Salem Monday. Chas. Baldwin returned to Dawson Mondny afternoon. Robert Kanaly was a business visitor in Stella on last Tuesday. J. II. Miles was a business vis itor in Lincoln during this week. Ike Lyons , Jr. , was a B. & M. patsenger for Oxford on Tues L day. ) day.A. 'tr A. N. Harris of Nemaha was in this city the latter part of last week. C. J. Thomas of Rule has our thanks for a renewal of his sub scription. Sadie Meyers and George Wahl visited with Preston friends on Sunday. John Bauer of Verdon trans acted business in this city on Tuesday. Mrs. Berry who has been visit ing relatives here , left Tue...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

o HALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905 NVitti tlic Philosophers. Stale .Innrnnl ) y IB llio last tl world tlint should 0 worry. o\v would joti like to bo a frog a have to IKfroKutt up in a ponl ; a . -niter ? you over iind it noci-HHiiry to Ii oijrjact ; with Hloro tooth you Iiw w uiyjt'.rBtnnd why HOIIIO people ' fi | that'lift - is not wortli living. iciV Ib a whole uerinon in thin t , ( | liAtMtinn from one of I hi1 .lean Inflow "It IH a ; tly ? fashion- bo glad , Ioy ie rWit < we Hay to God. " en alive and kicking about . fli'wTish is as ropulHive an ot IIH a tliotiHiind.legged worm ecllicod to the condition ol -iliki crab" and anything Von iiy against it IH actionable on tlj&jground of ulaudur. , t'ery year two hundred thoiiB j-OHidenls of the earth talu tllcMttndo route to otornity. A great many who are tired of the would go I ho name rene for the wholesome fear o Ji ipirig from the frying pan inU t ) o far as the great corporation * in concerned there is no...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVHHRER 17. 1905. MOUNTAIN ' HOSPITALITY , BY HARHIET C. LE ROY. .vou bo suit. ' an * conn1 jist nH you say you will. ( Jet started ' : irly , for my woiniiu wauls a lou visit with you. She'll bo a-lookiu' for you. ( llddnp , } ; o Mouj , ' tlioro ! " And ho loft us iu a rloud of dust. 1 lookt-d at Isabel and siuilod. This was somothiu now iu our ox poriouco. This iiiun from the mountains almost a stranger to us , for we had mot him only ouco or twice al our boarding place had dropped in with a neighborly gift of fresh , sweet buttermilk for Isabel , and incidentally to invite IIH to spend the day at his homo. " 'way oil1 up ( ho canyon , seven miles from 'nowhere , " as he do- ncribod it. Isabel was delicate. At home lier appetite had been capricious , her liver very much out of order , her digestion poor , so 1 had brought her to this mountain vil lage.UHH ) feet above the sen level. A week had brought some improvement , and 1 fe'lt that we had f...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 November 1905

THIS FAJLLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1905. 1 I Child's lonu "Auto" Ou'iroat in ( link Oxfnul urey niul nnvy bhii1 , handsomely triinnit'd with fancy emblem on hleeve. All wool unrmi'titH ' , N. Keuulai- ! ! "it ) Millies. out | ) H . Boy's Overeoiiis. exlni IOIIK box style. A os I ) In 1(5 ( , all wool KnrmentK. He nlar < C JQ S < > r > 0 value * . Closing price . PJ TV Young MOD'S Fancy Belled Overcoats in till tin- newest shades nnd ( Usiynp. All hand- tailored , regular $10.00 values. ( Cc QQ . / While they last . PO./O Child's double-breasted fancy .SuitH , a es b 10 I0in hniulsomc patterns and designs , tt' } * 7O UcKiilnr $ i > .00 vuluc-K. Will close at "V * " ' u Young Men's Fancy Holtcd Overcoats. The ewelleflt designs of the season fihown 111:111 : OXIY in fancy mixtures nnd plain colors. Hand- tailored , sixes Uii to 110. Regular $18 < CQ A& and $20 garments. Closing out price * Px.TO Young Men's double and single breaeted Sack Suits in ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905. Whole No. 9 Kicked by a Horse. While outplaying Wednesday morning , little two-year-old Harry Howell was kicked in the fore head by a horse and seri ously injured. The accident occured about 11 o'clock and Dr. Fast was called imme'diate- \ ly. He reports the little fellow to be out of danger. Saw a Day Star. A few days ago men gathered themsel.ves into a crowd around 1 a well appearing gentleman in front of Hall's Shoe Store who had been gazing steady for some time into the open sky. They all craned their necks and gazed too trying to sje or learn what the object of interest might be. Suddenly the man shouted Rubber ! Boots and Overshoes for sale at Halls Shoe Store. About Ned Towle. If a railroad division is loca- catcd at Falls City or the pro posed new railway isbuiltmuch of the credit will belong to Ned Towle. Mr. Towle is spending valu...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

HH - * * ttMMW * tv r > * % Hi 1 2 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905. With the Philosophers. ( York Times. ) Sergius WiUu is a greafboss" in Russia , They belter look out for him. When yon call on your friends for the help you expect you will not 11 ml Ihein al home. It is better to learn from the mistakes of others than to wait until you make them yourself. If President Roosevelt is not satistled with the vindication lie got in New York he is hard tc please. Judge Hastings wishes he had his passes back. Pat Crowe next ! Then Hit "direct" primary. Hut doesn't the populist party make a beautiful corpse ! It i * sometimes a good deal easier to tlntl an excuse than a reason. ( Fremont Tribune ) The solicitude of the Audnhon society for birds does not extend to turkeys be it understood. .Timmie Hyde has been caller to the witness stand again ant" he has rattled a few more drj bones. The final returns from Ohic do not afford much ground foi hope for the democrats wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

THE FALLS CITl' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905. Poultry Wanted ! I have just opened up in the Stump building whore I will linmlle Poultry , Butter and Eggs for which 1 will always pay the highest nmrket price Also handle Flour , Feed nnd Wood. E.E.JAMES J. D. SPRAGINS S. C. PIIICND Palls CitV , Neb. Hiawathn , Kan. SPRAGINS & FRIEND Real Estate and Exchange Brokers Immls. City riotii'ity and Mcrcliiinilhi1. Loans , Collictlons , Kilo , Unlit Mini.Toi - iiiulii. Wlmlsiouii , Accident : mil Mfo Insurance. Over IlnrgriiMi's Store. . . lAltCfITl'klllt . ) . P. l Hex nil PALLS CITV. NUIJ. ' Who's Your Tailor ? WHY , JOHN WILSON I ! He handles the nobbiest and best line to be procured - ! ! cured and every garment is guaranteed. ! ! Call and inspect our complete stock of new fall > and winter woolens. JOHN WILSON McNALLS' GROCERY j Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. A. E. Wolf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Ktitcrcil an second-class matter as Knlli City , Nebraska , post olllcc , Janu- arv 12 , 1W4 , ntutcr tlic Act of Coiigrcst of March 3 , 187't. Published every t'riday at l-'alls City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Company One year - - .51.00 Six months 60 Three months 35 TELEPHONE 226. Will History Repeat The student of hi.-Uory may find in the French Revolution the o.\act counterpart of present con ditions in Russia. In that day the populnnce became frenxied. uneasy bec'iuse of the years of oppression , and forming in mobs went about the streets committ ing murder and rapine. In an effort to < | uiet the people f ouis made concession after concession but to no avail. The years of tvrnnny had been many and loiitf and the French government was out of harmony with the age. It w.is time for it to fall. The O.ar has likewise recognixed a condition too late and his attempts at reconciliation an- provi...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNH , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905. LOCAL LORE . 'UCkGHncs is in this city. Pancake Hour , tnaplc syrup at Barlow's. John Oswald was in Stella on Wednesday. Mrs.V. . L. Vcach returned to "V union Tuesday. Sam Drake went to Stella Wed nesday afternoon. California prunes 7 } % , 10 and 12 } ; cents per pound. R. S. Molony of Humboldt at tended court here this week. Sd GHncs and wife returned on Wednesday from Cabool. Mo. J. II. Morehead transacted bus iness in Humboldt during the week. George Holt returned Friday from a brief visit with Kansas friends. J. C. Leister of Duluth. Minnesota seta is visiting with his parents in this city. James Morris of Stella attend ed the Woodman meeting' in this city Monday. Mrs. William Fenton of Da.v- son was visiting friends in this city Wednesday. Lillian Oswald spent a portion of this week with friends in Mound City , Mo. Mrs. Sam Drake and children left Wednesday for a weeks visit in SiibuUia and Salem , Jerr3' Fenton of Dawson ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

ru THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24 , 1905 Press Notes , It * , an now be stated without robtiinu tiniloinoi ratio papers of am campaign thunder , that Juilno hetton has returned his pavosKairtmry News , Incidental ! } it might IKrc - marUo.l that when congress opens tins year , Nebraska will have no representatives in Washington for whom she will have to apolo gize. Kairbnrg News. In the appointment of John IS. Knj > or to the district judegship made vacant by tin1 death of Judge IJaboock , Governor Mickey has recognized one of the most popular men in Pawnee county. Not only is Mr. Uaper a popular gentleman , but he is a lawyer of ability , and we believe the future will bear us out in the prediction that as a judge he will be honest and fair , nnbased by prejudice , solicitous only to give all litigants .1 square deal. Table Hock Ar gus The only skeleton in the closet these tine days is the grin of the co.il man -he knows. - Nebraska Citv Tribune. A dainty little t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

MMt COT THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY' NOVEHBER 24 , 1905. Ji\ \ QUEER WAYS OF AN ESKIMO y Northerner Lacks Imagination , But His Powers of Observation Are Exceedingly Acute. Prof. Mylius Kriksen. writing of the licnihon Eskimo in northern Qrccnland. says : "Ho lucks imagination - agination , hut his powers of ob Hi'rvatiou arc very acute , hi spite of the fad thai his life is an unin terrupted struggle for existence- , the Grcenlnntler is always in a good humor , and his boisterous laugh can bo heard sounding fai over ice and snow fields. His way of telling stories is short and ah' rupl , but comical features arc strongly oinpha.six.ed. His stories consist generally of his own ad A ventures , old legends about lights with neighbors and wild animals about severe winters and great famines , about 1 ho creation of the world and-aboul supernatural be ings. It is considered highly cred Stable ( o be able to tell stories s ( long that ( he audience is lulled t ( sleep. An orator who ac...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 24 November 1905

s THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY1 NOVEHBER 24 , 1905. RECLAIMING OLD TOPERS. Coring Drunkenness Without the PA- tient's Knowledge HUB Been Proven n. Success. Can inebriety be cured by sug- gcntion ? nnks Public Opinion. This is n quest ion which has been naked many times and satiafac- toril.v answered in tlienfllrniative. But 'the question of practicing suggestion while the patient sleeps is a ditTerenl proposition , and. therefore , a recent article in the Journal des Debuts of Paris is of interest. The experiments in question were conducted by the well-known psychologist , Dr. 1'nul Fare"The man under observa lion refused all offers of treat ment , but notwithstanding his re fusal , against his will and un Known to him , the man was cured and has remained so for four years. The patient was -5 yearn of age , married , of pound consti tution and average health. He commenced drinking when ho was 17 years of age , and his wife had married him in order to reform him. After his marriag...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

s sf V THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. H FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 1 , 1905- Whole No. 99 Laura C. Bell. Mrs. Laura C. Bell ( Hod at Kansas City , Mo. , last Sunday to which place she had been taken for medical treatment. While t lie death of Mrs. Dell was not unexpected when the word that the end had come reached this city it brought to many a porson- , il seii'-e of deep and sincere re gret. Laura C. Daniels was born in Kairlield. Iowa May 4th , 1S5S and in 1S < 5 removed with her parents to Atchison , Kansas where she grew to young woman hood and where on January 18 , 587S she was married to E. . E. Hell of this city. They came to this place at once and Falls City remained her home since with the exception of about two years 1 spent in California and at various resorts where Mr. Bell had taken her for the benefit of her health. Some weeks ago her condition became so serious that she was taken to Kansas City for treat ment , at which place her death occurred. ' Mrs...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 1 , 1905 Something Good Out of Nazarctli. U is not often in this lito tli.il corruption puts on hicorrnp- tion. It is even more infrequent that the penitentiary serves to reform a man The stripe * of a convict seem to burn into the self esteem of the wearer leaving scar that to him seems observed of all men. "The exception proves the rule" is a trite apothegm , and in the case of Charles Hroaden formerly of Hulo , until last week .in inmate of the peniten tiary nt Lincoln , it is a truism. Broaden was one of those humans who seemed alien to his kind. In the economy ol the universe he Deemed placeless and one wondered at his exis tence. One night some ten years past , on a lonely desolate island in the lUisMiuri river south of Kulo. he killed a man. lie was prosecuted , conuicted , and sentenced \p \ 2i5 years in the penitentiary. If the words of the judge condemning him to nearly a quarter of a century of being buried alive > all'ecled h...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , WHCIEA1I3ER i , 1905. Abound at this Store -every nook and eorner is teeming with them. MERRY CHRISTMHS IS OUR SINCERE WISH TO YOU ALL. We have put our wishes into action in ways you will appreciate , at this busiest of Seasons. A Store filled with Gift Goods of the Practical , Useful , Acceptable kind. A Stock so Displayed that the choos = ing of any number of Gifts will be easy. An extra force of salesmen to serve Why not H Victor Phonograph for both lookers and in Christmas' : ' Thu cleverest viuuluvlllo buyers a prompt n'loctions the bust aln ln , uip.l superb orchestra for every dull winter even and courteous manner. A stock so ing. We will soil you 11 N'letor. bun or Columblii on small payments , fairly Priced that everyone can afford the suiiie . price at * other * chartfo for ciieh. cull any ovcnlnu' I" IJcuumber after eiippor take a chair and llston to to buy from it. our Victor concerts. All Inylted. MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HOLIDAY HEADQUARTE...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER 1 , 1905 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE as second class matter as r.ills City , Xobrasha , post ofllcc , Janu- . uv 12 , l'XJ , und'-r Ihr A tof ConRrcat March 3,1S7 . ' 1'i.bllslicd cvcr.l'tidayat Kails CUy , ' \ , l y The Tribune Publishing Company One year Three month' . . TELEPHONE 226. TO THE MERCHANT. 'Phc end o ! tinyrar is near. How has it bi-iMJ with you in a business wavV Arc you ( | tiite satisfied with the years business ? H.ue von omitted nothing tliat would have increased your sales * ' You know your business hotter than we , but even a layman , as it were , can discover something iroin observation. In this atfe the strtitftfle for success is made easier for the merchant who first discovers a , , 'oocl article , puts it in stock , and then lets the buying public know about itArc you a clothing merchant ? In your line of bus iness docs not that wholesale merchant who has a good article and who advertises it most exten sively do the lar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNb , FRIDAY' DiiCUflBER i , 1905. LOCAL LORE Uichael Lc Ulancof Kulo spent Monday hero. Joe Varncr is still batching1 at the Union House. Miss Schaifer went to Dawson Tuesday afternoon. Cap. Sailors of Vcrdon was a Saturday visitor here. Guy Greenwald left Tuesday > at tcrnoon for .Lincoln. Geo. Stiles of Dawson was a business visitor Friday. Air. Strin gfield ol Geneva. Ne braska is visiting with his broth er. I F. W. Shrader of Padonia Kan , was a business visitor here Tues day. JZalph Jeiine was present at the foot ball game in Lincoln Thurs day. day.ft. ft. Grindstead of Salem was a business visitor here last Tues- ihvy. Oen Miles came down from Dnwson on Tuesday ot this week. Mrs. Ferrel of Minneapolis is visiting at the home of T. C. Mc Millan. George Lyons attended the foot ball game at Lincoln on Thursday , Clarence Shugarl was down from Lincoln the latter part of In-it week. Herman Xoeller of Preston transacted business affairs in this cuy Saturday. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 December 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , DECEMBER I , 1905. L At tin- Utmost and Instariit \ ol lfanc\ China and DinncM-\Vm-Colk-Uion ever in this counU and \ou Austrian Bavarian , Japanese \\ill limlHaxiland , , German , English and American Novelties o-alorc- . HOLIDAY GOODS on display and if you want any tiling in this line just conuin and get prices and you \\511 be sure to make your purchases of me. SPECIAL PRICES--on 100 piece Dinner Ware. m " " " " " l * GROCERIES ON THE MARKET The best is al- alw.u s the cheapest. Call for anything in a C.rocm store and \oti will g'et it. DON'T FORGET THAT GOOD COFFEE -Kven bodis talking about it 200 , 250. 300- and 350. "WHITE SATIN FLOUR" Is my leader buulon't forgot about "Stmfloitr. " Ti \ eithet and \ou \\ill get the best there is. Ccisli price 22 cents per dozen for EMS I PHONE i4i 0. H. Maddox House HAS HE A PAIR OF MILITARY BRUSHES ? CJ Nothing is more appropriate as a Christmas present to a man. The beauty and character of the design of th...

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