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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 June 1905

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. XIV TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. JUNE I, 1905 NO. '22 ooooooooo?^^ WHAT'S INSIDE YOUR COAT? Many a Coat puts on a Brave Face? and hides Cheap Inside Work The inside details of 'construction are not often seen, but they're as important as are granite foun? dations to a brick block. They give the garment its stability and character, and the diff?rence of a few cents in the cost of these inside details shows in two or three weeks. The trimmings and workmanship of Schloss v garments are the best that money can secure. The mere lining cost the makers from 75c to $1.50 a yard against 25c to 60c that other linings? in other makes?cost. It's simply the difference between some? thing good and something cheap?between the best and a make ship?between perfect construction and cheap work. Schloss linings are only one among many Schloss superiorities Cloth, findings, cutting and tailor? ing are all of the same standard, everything the best that money can buy. Schloss clo...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 June 1905

The Taze well Republican Published every Thursday at TAZE WELL, VA., ?HY? WILLIAM C. PENOLETON, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTIONS tapiUilloan, oue year, casta in advance . . f l 00 ?v'ii-iri[tiotiK cm tinie. 1 60 ?ii'l>iili|jcii!i ntul N. Y. Trimme, one veai, . 1 26 tDVMTUING KATKS furnished on appltca ti >?! <'orresi>oudcnoe solicited. ?hr publishers of Thb Rkpublican are not re? sensible for opinion* expressed by Correspon dont?. IHK Republican is entered at the Post-office at Th? well, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, .UNE 1, 1906. A POLITICAL MASQUERADER. It has happened, just as we expected and predicted. The Hon. Andrew Jackson Montague has not failed to utilize the tragic death of Fitzhugh Lee as a means for advancing his, the former's, interests as a candidate for the United States Senate. The very first speech the Governor made after his recovery from his recent illness, and since the death of General Fitz Lee, was de...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 June 1905

TAZEWELL CO. OIRECiORY. Circait Conrt. W. J. Mensixi. judge; T. E. George, dark. Terms of court?3rd Monday in February, and 4th Monday in May, Au m*t and Nevember. Uffleera. T. C. B ?wen.Com'th. Atty. 8. s. K. llAniiati,.vSheritl. M. E. 1'eerv.Deputy Sheriff. Wm Bandy.. " H. I*. Brittain.Treasurer. McOall.I ?oputy Treasurer. Williams,.County Supt. Schools, Addreea.Snappa, Va. H. (1 r. a CHURCH DIRECTORY. OMK1ST1AN CHURQH.?8a n day School every *end iv ai t):30a in. Treacli ' ing tiivt ami third Suiidaye 7 p. in., second ?ftl fourth Sumiaya 11 a. m Christian Kndeavor every Friday hi 7 p. m. R. E. Elmore, paator. MElllUDlSr CHURCH.Maitl Sire.-;. Sunday School every Snndav ai 9.30 a. aa. "Little Workers" Juvenile Missionary ?very second Sunday 3 p. in. l'reachinir first and third Sundays 11 a. m., second and fourth Sundavs 8 p. in., fifth Sun? days lia. m. and 7 p. in. NORTH rAZKWfiLL CUUKCH. Hunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m. "preaching first and third Sundays 7. p. m , second and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 June 1905

WEALTH AND WISDOM travel together. We can't aU of us he wealthy, but we can he wealthier than we are Wealth consists in what we save?not what is earned. Saving means having your property insured in flrst-olabs companies thereby preventing possible loss of your entire savings. It may take a.little time to find the right fire insurance agen'cy, but if you come here you will make the shortest journey on record, for you will end by placing all your risks with THE J. F. KURT INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. J. t. HURT, President. F. D. Kirrs, Vice Preeident. J. K. LAIRD, Secretary. SHARPLES TUBULAR Cream Separators The only modern Separator Bowl. Has no contraptions. Is simple, light and easily handled. Get all the cream and increases butter produc? tion. Can be seen every day at work at my home. Will be glad to mail descriptive cir? culars and- will bring machine and show it working to pro? spective buyers. For sale by * MRS. J. P. CAMERON, Agi GRAHAM, VA. api6m3 Ne WNor?o|k & Wes,ern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 June 1905

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. XIV TAZEWELL. VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1905 NO. 23 Correct Clothes?Amen Are distinctive??characteristic?they carry the im? press of the wearer's good taste?GOOD JUDGE? MENT. APPEARANCES?go a great way-clothes make the "tan first impressions are the best?clothes do it-the right kind - our clothes will?they are designed and made by SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Baltimore and New York. SCHLOSS garments of today maintain the su? periority that has made them pre-eminent for twenty-five years. Every garment bearing the Schloss label is hand-made-superi- . orily tailored and warranted the best of its kind. They design, they create, their STYLES are copied by tailors everywhere, their clothes are worn by the BEST DRESSERS in the fashion cen? tres of the world. _ This Label stands for Qual- F?^^ ity. I/X)k for it in the \/jh&^?^<^%? fli.triPP VOU buv ?//Wholesale Drapera ] _ Why not dress becomingly?We can fit your form, pleasingly, ar tis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 June 1905

The Taze well Republican fnbluhed every Thursday at TAZKYVKLL. VA., _ tjv? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Kilitor and Proprietor lUlsstllHMH Republican, one year, cash in advance . . I 1 00 SiilmcriptioiiKM time. IM Ki'piiiili'Hii and N. Y. Triimne. one veai, . 1 26 \I>vki:tisin<; RATO) turni'lied on applloa ti.iii (?uncBi.oiidence solicited. ; tu publishers of Thf Kkitbi.iian are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by (?orrespon d? ills. Tiik Kkpi'bi.ic.vn I? entered at the Post-oOce al Tt?i well, ?Virginia, as ?ccond-clas? matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905. THE PRIMARY. For years the friends of pure and fair politics in Virginia labored together for the establishment of the primary plan of selecting party candidates. It was a long fight, but the primary was final? ly victorious, and this year it is to be put on trial. The convention plan was objectionable for the reason that it de? prived the people of the right of voting direct for the nominees and again be? cause ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 June 1905

TA2EWELL CO. DIRECiORY. Cirnit Court. W. J. Heuann, jtldue; T. K. George, clerk. Terms i>f court?3rd Monday la February, and l?li Monday in May, Au? gust ami November. Officers. T. 0. Bowen.Coiu'th. Atty. 8. S. K. Marinan,.Sheriff. H. F. Peerv,.-....Deputy ? herid. Win. Uandv. " " H. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. Q. McCall, .~.Deputy Treasurer. t. t?. William?,.County Supt. Schools, Address, Snappe, Va. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.-S u i> d a y Bchuol every 8??od iy m 9:90a la. IVeacli inj? tirnt and third Sunday* 7 p. m., second and fourth Sundays 11 a m ?hrUaian Endeavor every Friday at 7 p. id. K. E. * Elinor*?, pastor. MErUODHT CHU UCH,Main Street. Sunday School ever] Suudav al '.?-.?O a. rn. "Little Worker?" .hm.niU' Missionary every second Sunday 3 p. in. Preaching first a&d third Sundays 11 a. in., to&rtid and fourth Sundays 8 p. in., fifth Sun? days 11 a. ui. and 7 p. in. NORTH rAZEWELU CHURCH.? Sunday Srhool every Sun lay at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 June 1905

All Great Disasters Come without warning. Fire is the most common; cyclones the most dangerous, generally. Nobody knows when either will come?they don't travel on schedule time, nor blow a whistle to let you know they are coming. They don't have any regular time for starting or any particular stopping place. Because you have escaped these disasters is no reason why you may not he visited by them tomorrow ?nobody can tell. You are in just as much danger as any? one and should have all your property insuied against loss from either source. THE J. F. HURT INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. J. F. HURT, President. F. P. Kirrs, Vice President. J. K. LA1KI), Secretary. ??saansasEnsawaBaHSBaaiBaaniaia? SH?RPLES TUBULAR Cream Separators The only modern Separator Bowl. Has no contraptions. Is simple, light and easily handled. Get all the cream and increases butter produc? tion. Can be seen every day at work at my home. Will be glad to mail descriptive cir? culars and will bring machine and si low it work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 June 1905

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. TOL. XIV ???????????????? TAZEWELL. VA., THURSDAY. lSO&fHHHHHHHHPO^ 24 um l m 'um. "i .i--'x ?'?y* ? > I l-sil?si?s as thoroughly characteristic of our Schloss clothes as is their splendid quality and perfect fit. There's an un? usual something about them?a distinctive look? that speaks clearly of good taste and master-tail? oring. Choose a $10.00 suit or one at $15.00 or $20.00 as you will?the clean-cut lines and re? fined tones are in them a//,' with the matchless workmanship that giues Schloss garments a world-standard. They're made by Schloss Bros. & Co., of Baltimore and New York. EVERY GARMENT BEARS THIS LABEL?SURE SIGN OF THE BEST MADE The Summer Lines are Wonderfully Attractive. Come in To-day and See Them. HARRISSON & 6ILLESPIE BROS. The Big Store. S HAIL ROOSEVELT AS PEACE-MAK? Kations o( World Absorbed in Diplon tic Triumph of President. KING SENDS HIS CONGRATULAT] Paris Diplomats Astonished at Succes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 June 1905

The Tazewell Republican futilinhed every Thursday at LAZKWKLL, VA., ?BY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTIONS KepiUtilcun. one your, path In advance . . I 1 00 *uWti|itiii]iN on lime. ? ? 1 M itt>|i\il.iican anil N. Y. Tribune, one vear, . 186 iPVKKTWnta RATKS hirnlhhed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. ?iie publishers of Th? RwubliciN are not re? sensible for opinions expressed by Correapon d?iils. Ihb republican is entered at the Post-offlce at T?te well. Virginia, as second-ehus matter. THURSDAY, JUJUs 15, 1905. THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. From present indications the Vir? ginia Democracy will not find theirpri mary elections as desirable as it was claimed they would prove. One of the boasts made by the advocates of the primary system was that it would give the people a chance to say who their candidatos should be, and in that way prevent such selections being made by a machine. The approaching primary is likely to diapel that illusion in mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 June 1905

TAZEWELL GO. DIRECiORY. Circuit Ceart. W. J. Henson, judge; T. E. George, clerk. TermB of court? 3rd Monday in .February, and 4th Monday in May, Au Wust and Nevember. ** Uflieers. T. C. Kowen,.Com'th. Atty. B.8, F. Harnmn,.Sherifl. H. V. Peery.Deputy Sheriff. Win. Handy. " " H. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. U. McCall, .Deputy Treasurer. P. H. Williams,.County Supt. Schools, Address. Snapps, Va. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.?8 n n d a y Bottool every Sundly at 9:30a iu. Preach ing first and third Sundays 7 p. in., second ?ami fourth Sundays 11 a. ui. Christian ^?Tndeavor every Friday at 7 p, m. K. E. Klmore, pastor. METHODIST CHURCU.Maln Street. Sunday School every Sunday ?;t 9:30a. m. "Little Workers" Juvenile Missionary every second Sunday 3 p. r?. Preach-in?? first and third Sundays 11 a. m., second and fourth Sundays 8 p. m., fifth Sun? days 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. NORTH TAZEWELL CHURCH.? Suaday School every Sunday at IU a. m Preaching first and third Sundays 7 p. m , .second and...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 June 1905

All Great Disasters ?Dome without wiirning Fire is the most common; cyclones the most dangerous, generally. Nobody knows when either will cOrae-*-thev don | travel on schedule time, nor I ?low a whistle to let you know they are coming. They don't have any regular time for starting or any particular stopping place, because you have escaped these disasters is no reason why you may not be visited by them tomorrow ?nobody can tell. You are in just as much danger as any? one and should have all your property insured against loss from either source. THE J. F. HURT INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. J. F. HURT, Pr?sident. F. ?. KITTS, Vice President. J. R. LAIRD, Secretary. SHARPLES TUBULAR Cream Separators The only modern Separator Bowl. Has no contraptions. Is simple, light and easily handled. Get all the cream and increases butter produc? tion. Can be seen every day at work at my home. Will be glad to mail descriptive cir? culars and will bring machine and show it working to pro? spective buyers. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 June 1905

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. , VOL. XIV TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. JUNE 22, 1905 NO. 25 H0YIN6 SLOWLY TOWARD PE?CI Next Step Must be Taken by tb Belligerent Mations PRESIDENT KEEPS HIS HANDS OFJ Realises That Furtherance of Negotiation! . Now Rests With Kisaia and Japai Themselves?No Confirmation of Report That Lineviteh aid llyaaia are Arranging Ar ?istiee?On the Con? trary, Japanese Troops Con -^. time Ag? gressive Washington, June 19.?Practically nc new developments were observable to? day in the negotiations for peace be? tween Russia and Japan. President Roosevelt, for a day or two, has been deeply engrossed in other matters and, while he has not for a moment lost sight of the arrangements for bringing to? gether the Far Eastern belligerents, he has realized fully that the next move in the great game of diplomacy now being played was with the contending nations themselves. That move is the selection of the envoys to represent tham at the Washington conference. AMBASSADORS AT WHITE HO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 June 1905

The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday at TAZKWELL, VA., ? BY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Kditor and Proprietor himhii mil (iopiit>it('Hii, one rear, cash in advance . . S 1 00 fukacrlpttsss) on time. 1 60 Kopiiblii wii Mini N. V. Trimme, one voai, . 1 3ft ?.'?VKKI'lsiNG KATKS nirnitibed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. MM publisher? of Thi Rsfublican are not re? RponMiMe for opinion? expressed by Oorrespon ??!ltM. The Republican is entered at the Post-office at Ttzcwell. Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1905. NO RI6HT TO COMPLAIN. We notice further and continued ef? fort on the part of the supporters of Governor Montague to weaken Sena? tor Martin by arraying the friends of Fitz Lee against him. The record in the Lee-Martin investigation by a Leg? islative committee during the Winter of 1893-4 is again brought to light to show that Senator Martin had defeated Fitz Lee by unfair and corrupt means. Per? haps the charges were true, and at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 June 1905

TAZEWELL CO. DIREClORY. Cirent Csart. W. J. Hanson, judge; T. E. George, clerk. Terms of court?3rd Monday in February, and 4th Monday in May, Au? gust and Neveruber. Officers. T. C. liowen.Com'th. Atty. 8. H. F. Harman.Sheri?. H. F. Peery.Deputy Sheriff. Win. Handy,. " " H. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. McCall,.Deputy Treasurer. F. H. Williams.County Supt. Schools, .Address, Snappe, Va. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.-Sunday School every Snnd.i/at 9:30 a m. Preach ing first and third Sundays 7 p. m.. second -' and fourth Sundays 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor every Friday at 7 p. m. R. E. Elmore, pastor. METHODIST CHURCH,Main Street. Buuday School every Sundav at 9:30a. in. "Little Workers" .luvenile Missionary every second Sunday 3 p. m. Preaching fir?t and third Sundays 11 a. in., second and fourth Sundays 8 p. m., fifth Sun? days lia. m. and 7 p. m. NORTH TAZEWELL CHURCH.? Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays 7 p. m., s?second and fourth Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 June 1905

Uncertain as A Horse Race Is a policy in some of the exist? ing fire insurance companies. Some of the companies now doing business would be totally upset by a few heavy losses?the com? panies we represent are the soundest in existence. If you take a policy in any of them and have ? loss, you are just as sure of getting a prompt settlement as Uncle Sam is or getting the taxes. Insurance In a questionable company costs you just as much as it will in the best known. Those Aetna, Liv? erpool, London and Globe, Home, Queen, Phoenix of London, and Northern. THE J. F. KURT INSURANCE A6ENGY, Inc. J. F. HURT, President. F. D. KITTS. Vice Prudent. J. B. LAIRD, Secretary. SHARPLES TUBULAR Cream Separators The only modern Separator Bowl. Has no contraptions. Is simple, light and easily handled. Get all the cream and increases butter produc ' tion. Can be seen every day at work at my home. Will be glad to mail descriptive cir? culars and will bring machine and show it working to pro? spective bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 June 1905

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. _ ??? i ' ????????????? ???????????^?????????? VOL. XIV ~~ ' T?ZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1905 NO. 26 YAQ?I INDIANS KILLING WHITES At Least a Dozen Ranchers and Several Women and Children Murdered, RED MEN RADING IN URES DISTRICT. Amman Mining Men Go Into Mexican Territory to Rese?e unfortunates in Danger of Being Massacred. San Francisco, June 27.?A despatch to the Chronicle from Tucson, Arizona, says: At least twelve ranchers and several women and children have met death at the hands of a band of a hundred Yaqui Indians who have been raiding the coun? try along the San Miguel river in the Ures district of Sonora and a party composed largely of American mining men, headed by Joseph DeWitt, has gone out to Pozo station to rescue the unfortunates who are in danger of be? ing massacred by the Indians. Dr. Frank J. Touissant, who has re? turned from Ures, brought the news of the trouble which began last Friday. After several families had been mur? dered by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 June 1905

The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday at * TAZE WELL, VA., ?BY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Kditorand Proprietor SUBSCRIPTIONS Republican, one year, caah In advance . . 9 1 00 SubHcriptioiis on time. 1 80 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one veai. . I 96 \?VKKTISIN({ RATK8 furaiahed on applica Uou. Correspondence ?oltcited The publisher? of Tri Republican are not re ?pouHiblc for opinion? axpreaaed by Correapon denta. Thb Rkfublican ta entered at the Poit-offlce at Tazeweir Virginia, aa ?econd-claaa matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1905. THE 0UTCR0PPINGS. When a mineralogist goes out to hunt for valuable deposits of minerals he first satisfies himself as to the geologi? cal formation where he is making his investigations. He then gives particu? lar attention to the outcroppings of the coal, iron or other mineral substance he is trying to find in paying quantities. This is the way he locates the veins or heavy deposits. The Democratic party in Virginia has been arrogantly claiming that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 June 1905

TAZEWELL CO. DIREClORY. Circuit Court. W. J. Henson, judge; T. E. George, Clerk. Terms of court?3rd Monday in February, and 4rti Monday in May, Au gust and November. Offleers. T. 0. Bowen,.Com'th. Atty. 8. S. F. Harman,.Sherifl. H. F. Peery,...Deputy Sheriff. Wui. Bandy,. " " H. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. McCall,.Deputy Treasurer. P. H. WiUiams,.County 8upt. Scbools, Address, Snappe, Va. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.-Sunday ?cbool every Sund*y at 9:30 a in. Preach? ing first and third Sundays 7 p. in., second and fourth Sundays 11 a. m. Christian j Endeavor every Friday at 7 p. in. K. E. Eluaore, pastor. METHODIST CHURCH.Main Street. Sunday School every Sundav at 9:30 a. m. '?Little Workers" Juvenile Missionary every second Sunday 3 p. m. Preaching first and third Sundays 11 a. m., second and fourth Sundays 8 p. in., fifth Sun? days II a. in. and 7 p. in. NORTH TAZEWELL CHURCH.? Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays 7. p. in., second and fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 June 1905

?000?<>0<^^ PACEOOO<XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>< o (0 2 o. < I ? /? It's Simply a Matter of Empha? sizing the Same Thing Only More So, FOURTH ANNAUL RED TAG SALE AMBITION KNOWS NO REST. We can't get over the necessity of saying the same thing every year. True, people know so well how pre-eminent last year's RED TAG SALE was that you would think we had no need to more than announce this one, yet last year's was BEST LAST YEARS of course. But we have made a year's progress since then. And this RED TAG SALE is so much bigger and better than any other?even any CHAPMAN other?that it commands special celebrating. Beginning WEDNESDAY, JULY the 5th, and Running TEN DAYS we will Inaugurate nur rniinT?l JtAIAIMIIAI urn TAP OJ41 r A sa^e ^iat w*^ doubtless arouse the liveliest enthusiasm and give to a dollar the purchasing power of two and in many instances three rUUKIH ANNNUAL KtU I Ab oALL dollare. b*..*,,*.??,: 50 dozen Bo...

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