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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

Eiy8 B Dor REgHr EXTED IX I DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO Special Offerings This Week = AT BAUMANS Successor to B C Evans Co Millinery and Cloak Departments 100 styles China Milan Hats in black at 22c real value 35c Cloth covered sailors trimmed with silk bands at 140 worth 200 2n lightweight jackets and reefers at 290 350 to 550 positively worth onethird more 150 Beaded capes worth from 500 to 850 going at 350 to 500 Gorgeous Dress Trimmings Just Opened Come and See Them ntsf Great Valu aft U hsi i S Mi S iall and see us or write for prices RUBBER AM UE ffiSWS SRnan and A fidUiu t cost freight ii ii Goods ldtli Wool DresS Plain and fancy dress goods ranging in value from 60c Goods in plaids and stripes at to 90c per yard going at 25c worth 40c 35c to 50c Llfgant novelty wool goods in Camels Hair Plaids Stripes etc at S5c and 90c per yard Avorth 135 to 150 Unheard of Prices in Linen and Blanket Dept Men s Ladies and Childrens Shoes all qualities at 30 per cent less than elsewhere Successor...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

3 THE GAZETTE FT WORTH TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 Sale of manufacturers1 ends in Dress Goodsthat will cre ate a sensation On Friday nest under the tariff laws of tins country a manufacturer of Dress Goods on the other side can send to their agent on this side any length of dress goods less than a pat tern marked samples and the custom house passes them free These ends of dress goods are supposed to be cut into a thousand smaller sam ples and sent broadcast to merchants Sometimes this is done and sometimes those lengths are sold to be sold again to the consumers VJ vere offered a lot of 5S lengths various ojjsKSigth ojni tickets Sttani Side Railwav Co 400 Maifi street akoyou S tvMwt suit Call my atpek of Sno sullidfrs s a Iatse e Patfor J Av An Appropriate Name Author These two books I hardly know what to cali them aro waiting for titles Joblots Why dont you call them American Heiresses then Haivard Laxu ooa At w R TO HEAR HIS DOOM W Frizzell Taken to Abilene for Sentence MISS JORD...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

v ff f WHAT MR HURLEY SAYS GALVESTON MAKES A BIG OFFER FOR HEADQUARTERS jib 1avors Fort Worth However A Texas Branch of the Southern Literary Asso ciation Committed Suicide IITEIUltr ASSOCUTIOV E eia to the Gazette di us Tes Sept 13 At the last session of the Southurn litciary association pf which organization CoL Thomas B Ford of K ankfort Ivy is president and Mr V > e t Parker of IaGrange is secretary Mrs M Jv Cr ur of tins citv was present T 5 uilx was much impressed with the vok of the association and determined to t a the work in Texas Tne association aviomted her president for Texas and she i authorized to form a local branch in this As a result there has been recently c aed in this city what is known as the 1 ciis literary assoention vv ith the foliow ii Diceis Piesident Mrs M Iv Craig piisident Mr Philip Liudslei eorro si miirgsecretarj Mrs I P Murphv re ui sicietai Mis Sam 1 Cochran i a urer Mrs J W Grove Last night l issooijtion hold a meeting at whuh i ovlnvv s were ad...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPACT Publishers and Proprietors OrFca Corner Fifth and Rusk Street FORT WORTH miais of suuscKirTioif 3T MAIL TS AXJVASCE rOSTAGR PAID PUv sxd Sundav one year 13 Dally end Sunday lx months H > Monday Wedncsd y and Friday 6 00 The Sunday Gaze r 10 to il pages lyr 2M 1 ie Wecky UAZcrrs 12 pages one year 1 uO lit carrier lu tho city and suburbs fea cents a eek or II per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SCnSCRICEP3 Giro Postoffieo Address la full Including County and State I address lis to bo chincca Clve old address is well as new TnE Gazette will be sent cnly tor the luno Jsr vthlch rtcitiance Is mace POSTAGE Entered at the PoirtoSlcc In Fort Worth Tcz as SecondClass Matter For the bencllt of our patrons who desire to nd Flngle cories of Tire Gazette through the mail vc give herewith the transient rate of XKjstare Toreipn and Domestic Per Copy Elfjnt and twelve page paper 1 cent falxtceu and twenty page paper Scent...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

DIAZ5 DAY THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT RE CEIVES AN OVATION jjn vJdresses Congress on the State of tbe Republic Making an Ex cellent Showing Diaz Birthday Citi or Mexico Sept 15 This is Presi dent Diaz birthday and it is being cele brate throughout the country here by fess to the i x > r charity balls and numer ous utVr entertainments and a erand pub lu procession Congratulations both private ri public have been tendered the presi dent 1 he city was gaily decorated with Hags mrmg the day and tonight is beautifully i aiinattiii by variegated torches ami lights Tlierc is great interest manifested hear President Diaz speech opening w sress tomorrow the Kith which tho VsJpciaed Press received tonight Tho presuea is tho recipient of many demon strations of affection Ire hliDt XMnz 3Ie iee Citt or Mexico Sept lo President Di i opened congress this evening and in v > < < h said that tilt foreign relations of wiili other nations were excellent t c he had named a commissioner to the ini...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

ifi ihryirg U3 f mA r ilroads LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AXD PACIFIC Arrive rwrcotwu No 2 < l ly 005 p m Xo 4 dally Xo edatly No Sdaily rI0a m No lOaaily WhSTBOUND 7rnp in No 1 daily M a m No 3 daily 30r0p in Xo 5 daily Jlaam Xo 7 daily KI p n Xo 9 daily MISSOURI itHc 40 a m 710p m fI p ci t4Si IE Leave 715 a in 840 p m 8M > a in 3U0 p m 1025 a m 905 am 435 p m hAXSAS AXD TEXAS ronTiinorjND Leave Xo daily 700 am Xo 4 daily 73 p m faOUTIIUOEXD Xo 1 daily 510 pra Xo 3daily HIS am nu NSCONTINENTAU Arrive yoimirouNn Leave XoTBcliily < > a m H Xo 34dally 3lSam SOCTII BOUND r > p m Xo 1 daily 3140 pra XoKidaily Texas and Pacific trains Nos rand Conlystop tt Toiarlana T C Junction Atlanta Jcffer fcn Marshall Longview Junction Htg = a Jy M neola Wills Point Terrell East Dallas Iialla and Fort Acrtta TiTP L ion fort worth Axn denver rn JlCCa m Xo 1 daily Xo dally Xo 3 daily NoIdailv Leave I 930 a m 440 p in cttf Colorado and saxta fe Jl 2fia rn r Ltipm NOUTHHOUND Xo Wdillv Xo Ldai...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

ITS ONLY SIX WARDS And the New Ordinance Says Thats Enough THE INSTRUMENT AS DRAWN rly an Uonr nnd a naif Required for Transacting All tlie Business Sweet Peace Reigned Supreme ju One hour and a half sufficed last night for veciiy council to transact what business IXs before it and adjourn Although nu r rocs resolutions and petitions were in duced no tiino was lost in adopting wfusiuff or referring them to the committees All seemed actuated rropc L the same desire one to get through as cUkli as possible No vexing questions sVa as the erection of a bridge the en rViBF of tne waterworks system or tho jTrting of tho city were brought in to Jjusuine tiaie and destroy tho harmony heh always exists among tho city > hers save when topics like tho jjjie are forced upon thorn and demand recognition Tho proceedings which wore as follows were of a routino ijaeiir The Proceeding i communication was read from tho flEce mmailttee requesting that estimates l8 oiaic by tho chairmen of respective...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 16 September 1891

DREADFUL PSORIASIS CoTrrincr Ttntire Itotty with IVIiitn Scales SufTeriir Fcarriil Cure < l by Cuticuni Mv disease psoriasis first broke out ou ray kltcheckspreadingacross mv nose and almost covering my face It tan Into my eyes and the physician was afraid I wocldjbusi my eyesight altogether It spread all over my head and my T C GEtJON hair all lt11 out until I was entirely Mldheadid if then broke Ojrjcr my aims anil shouldcrshntilmyartns were just one Foep It coijuedn v entire bod ft my face head a nd shoulders being thwor > t The white van fill con st n lJi from mr h < adb > boul ders an ir rws the skitfcvould thickeri atftbesred anil very ytthv and i > Hj eraei and bleed If pcratiSBd Mftcr pcrdijC many hbWSjfeds of aolh > i < > fturiij promv curable Jhcarduft cura irMEtiES nnd tter usinittwo bo Criuxm Ki > orvisr I cibld nesc andrf r I had taken fou r botSes I was cured Ad when 1 had TUed six bottlea DEALER IN RE CorresponiJar < rSfii > TPccive pr...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

spra DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ADVERTISE TEXAS The Fort Worth Gazette Will do it For every dollar received we will send to you for one year THE FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages 84 columns and another copy Free One Year to amjj f fn you name Outside the State of Texa > THE CrA7ETTK has for eight years been a Trillin and liberal wgrjjertlnTjehalf of Texas ana now when the people of the state seem o > ave awakero to the necessity of effort and to the benetit B Wrue to this state from a truthful and comprehensive representation c > ts resources aid progress in agriculture stockfarjBJB fnuiing manufacturing education religion etc to the people of other states Tlie Oa trte Misuses Tlxis Proposition < om auJJ flTthis date for every subscription made > o the WEEKLY GAZETTE for one year another subscription to the WEEKLY E for one year or two subscriptions to the WEEKLY GAZETTE for six months will be donated by THE GAZETTE and ei > d on our books provided such donated subscr...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

J6SSC SkaV > 3 FORT WGRTH WEEKLY GAZETTE > rDTJUSirCD ETEIir TntJBSDAY Errar DOIOCnAT rCBLISIIIXO COSIPAOT PLtllshtri vd Prcarletors A close race is going on between the kerosene can and the cotton gin to see which can make the biggest rec ord Probably the gin can point to the greatest number ol mutilations but the coal oil can dees its work the cleanest ONTY Democrats should be admitted to Democratic conventions as only Re publicans are admitted to Republican conventions and as only SubTreasury Alliance men are admitted to Sub Treasury Alliance meetings The Sub Treasury Alliance party has drawn the lines Let Democrats shinney on their own side and the suhtraasuryites on the other lNT order to more fully protect the farmer from the greed of capital why not enact a law after tho fashion of the Goisett amendment providing that all advances hereafter made by merchants to farmers and all credit herenfter given by anyone to a farmer jhall be illegal Why not formally proclaim the in...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

BOODLE PULLERS Ohio Republicans Squeezing Ducats from Officeholders VOTERS MUST BE BOUGHT Wail Carriers and All Government Employes Must Contribute Hard Cash Tir rirst 8100 fur the lllalne Campaign Iund and Who Contributed It West ern Union and lEell Telephone ConipanlcH to Fight Ohio Campaign Srcrii1 to the Gazette Washington Sept 14 A Columbus Olno special says the Republican state ex e tive committee Ins sent its annual letter t a 1 ederal officeholders including mail jmr and employes of the pension dc rei Jesting the payment of a lib r i contribution to tho campaign fund u tier is signed by Chairman Ilahn It i > s that the contest in Ohio has assumed s nation importance as to make it nec s ir to call upon tliose now holding of u i naces to aid ihe committee in defray > he expenses of the campaign It is b rested that prompt and liberal contribu i s will go far toward bringing about the e nm of Maj McKmley and nil in a o measure decide the pr sidential con aext ear in favor ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

W r T roiaone I postage Foreign and Domestic Eight and twelve page paper Eixteea and twenty page paper FOR SlLE 03 XCHW i the ujiBtfpal msch < nei foiya II yjucctber with some import ss caa be bought eheai for je the > hole for goodfeal iarticulkrs nil on or addre 4 u owner atSRuston La i Tee Quia ntenetttion lathis or equlred August ai 1 t S w ronpvcE A ILSrs < ia St Louie Arkansas and Texas i tow 5 + GMji x E s FORI WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE rUELISKED EVERT TIIDESDAr EVIHE DE3IOCKAT PUBLISHING COITPXXT Fubllshers and PrurlcSori Office Comer fifth ana Rusk Street FORT WORTH v YEB1IS OF SUBSCKIPTION BT KATC I ADVANCE POSTAGE PAID Dally and Sunday one year t0 00 pally end Sunday six month 6 fO Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 00 Vhc Sunday Gazcttt 16 to 21 pages 1 yr z CO rhe Weekly GA7XTTE lipases one year 1 uO Ily carrier In the city and buburbs 3 cents a fcelt or II per mostb EfSTIiDCTIOJfS TO STJBSCKIBEIIS Give Postodce AfidresB In lull Including County and State If address Is t...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

f S AFTER MACUNE N The AntiSubTreasuryites In troduce a Strong Resolution AT THE ST LOUIS CONVENTION After a Heated Discussion Action is Postponed Until ToDays Session jlie Democrats or > cw York In Conven tlou at Rochester Au Allusion to David U 11111 Sets the Dele Bates Wild With Delight AntiThird Party Men St Locis Mo Sept 13 The antithird tuny and antisubtreasury wing of tho su odrI Farmers Alliauco met at 10i0 0 cmek this morning Not more than one ju f the number of delegates expected made t ue r appearance The purpose and object c this convention have heretofore been tared in these dispatches and from the ei t of speeches this morning it is quite evciiexr that the plan is to be lollowed out ji in tho Fort Worth platform to the i that the third party and laud loan u rp < s are to have no place in tho now Al v that will be organized this week ut convention was called to order by i s Hall expresident of tho Missouri j fo and a temporary organization was ei id by the electio...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

B MSW K KINDNESS Rev Dr Talmages Sunday Morning Sermon in Brooklyn LESSONS FROM KINDNESS The Power of the Tongue for the Production of Happiness or Misery Tho Petunia and Moraine Clorr Serve to Illustrate ills Ideai f Spasmodic > ad Continual Kiuiliir t The Sermou in Full KIXDNES Sj cia to the Gazette nrooKiTK j Y Sept 13 Brooklyn tabernacle today contained many strangers on their way homo from the v atcrin placcs and foreign lands Many of Ihe members absent from the city during the hummer were in their places The church building and the organ which have almost continually been under brush and hammer Eince the dedication last sprinp are now about completed The srmons today were Jul of congratulation and were atitnded by the usual throngs Dr Talmages morning sermon wa on Kindness ltoin tlic text Acts xxviii 2 The barbarous people rhowcd us no little kindness Hern v e are on the island of Malta an other name for Melita This island which lias always been an important com mercial cen...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

agstm asp sR THE CATTLE MARKET The Predicted Heavy Run is On Lowering Prices GOOD STUFF YET IN DEMAND rbe Gazettes Special Reports Show a Good Stria ot Texans and Indians on tbe Markets Mostly Disposed Of at Satisfactory Prices National Stockyards East St Louis Special to the Gazette > iTIONALStOCKTARDS ILL Sept 15 Thee were 209 cars of range cattle in the varus when the market oiwned and ein s ai some good choice beeves Buyers vrny all in the saddle before tbe market jvceJ looking for good choice stock and vesiprades were disposed of early at steady n strong prices Common to decent grades Jcero rather plentiful but trade was fairly i re atadeclneof 510c calves 700 0i wr head cow stuff SI G5200 bulls iuji 1 b5 steers fi35370 j S Hogier Henrietta sold 29 cows S14 rounds at 171 hiurland T Nocona sold 19 cows 7C0 ro ids at 190 b raud Dirgan Nocona sold 20 6p n 925 pounds at S240 W V Cranston Nocona sold 91 steers i j pounds at 55 i < jraliam Co Nooona sold 75 steers < pounds a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

fjtS > V lV < and 8 Highest of all in LeaTcning Power U S Goyt Report Aug 171889 HR FANK M MULLINS t FORT YVORTH TEX ey EAfi rJrbsE anB throat Mcntipif thoFft tWdFthdazcttc ZNT Struck by Lightning On Tuesday night the hay barn on tho iU li of Hurley Maioney near Hazlett ivas struck by lightning and burned to the iniiid The shock was so great that it 1 1 uKed pcopl < down in the residence quite diktat oe away The barn was full of new ha vaud ii is estimated the loss will be aoout C0Uf > IluptiMt Voun Ieoplu State Convention Tin meeting was called to older at S30 n in jesiirddv A prayer and praise ser i ms conducted by P C Burroughs Aft T ihis the convention proceeded to per liniiH rt organization Iter 1otts of Dallas wa elected piosidont Rev Cranlill was > < ted vicepresident Mr Crum biuirht secretary Rov A E Hateu rortiS ponding secretary Miss Mary Clouts treasurer The regular programme was followed The subjects were ably dis cussed The essays showed signs of thoug...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

I A Jer in II K q l r Now 1lret Published DOLLAROCRACY An American Story BY A NEW HAND Illustrated by Frank Ver Beet Copjrlshted by Tillolson Son for TnE Gazette ciiaitki vi love Tor of my lift full oft for loving you I bless my lot that w as to lucky place J ISpenser Before the three weeks of Mr Blarnabys visit ti Catherwood Court were up Lady Ossiustonc s aflaiis were satisfactorily ar ranged There had l > een a succession of n nrs on brief business stays all the tinio tannic lawyer the agent from Iro anu and several relatives whom her lady hi had railed in council So it happened tha Mr Blaruaby made quite a circle of t im invaluable friends and they sov Jbra j were proud to meet so genial and i stinguished an American Lady Ossul t me carefully noted the impressions her ni nent gues had left upon the minds of tnso wellskilled judges of men and felt n mmid satisfaction in their unauimous orboration of her estimate i lie Wyoming development scheme had I his tims been placed befor...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

i sj frwr 10 A TALK ON S5MUKR FAJtJIS ilr George Q Dow well known by repu tation to all readers of agricultural litera ture writes that farmers all over the coun try and particularly all over the South are as a rule attempting to cultivate too largo au acreage for their means This in his opinion is why wo hear so much to the effect that farming dont pay In the days of our grandfathers before soils bad been worn down as at prosent and before there was any particular competition relative to agricultural products it was all well enough for the farmer to possess many acres and cultivate them in a slovenly kind of way but the present days are not the days of our grandfathers Tho times aroverydif fTcrr now The farmer who now follows iio old methods of our grandfathers will he left every time and will help to swell tue ranks of those men who are constantly wiibne over tin faiure of farming to pay It must be admitted that many farmers aie 10V to see the changes that have taken piace They de...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

I EXAS RESOURCES ddress of ExGov Hubbard Before a Chicago Audience THE PEOPLE ENTHUSIASTIC ftey Lfiirn of the Boundless Resources and Great Natural and ixJmtrifil Advantages or the Stato Thoie Who Had Astociated the Wort Tela with Outlaw and Deiperadoet Surprised people who went to Farwell hall la3t tTti ii to hear cxGovcrnor Richard B jtuDtard of Texas lecture on the resources LoneBtar state were treated to a sisterly address Many of those present no had always associated the word Texas yrita outlaws and desperadoes were agree sbiv surprised to learn that fewer crimes wcro committed in Texas than in Illinois Xtcre arc thousands of good men and yiomen in tho Lone Star state and lawless ness is practically a thing of the past Tho ei urer was frequently applauded and rsr was of the address were received with isr J enthusiasm Upon being intro cjvu io tho audience by exSeaator Far x e Jd > Hubbard said imcs and Gentlemen I am glad in it proud as an American citizen to stand i e < ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 17 September 1891

12 DEPARTMENT EDITED MY MISS 31 K WALTON JtuiiSHFns Nones All communication intended for this department sliould fie addressed to Hi IS li W Utox Fort Woith Tex iiuit iKiai Zinlly IL Hctcy foundei of tie London Urowik ng cluli in ltostou Herald J ld vour arms around h sweet As a ainst your heart my heart doth beat IClsi me lote till it fade the frisht i ue dvjdful drear I dreamt last night uh thank God it is ycu it is vou My own love fair and strong anil true VI v two are the same that yesterday Played in the light and lost the hay My hair that you stroke oh dearest one is alive th youth and bright with the sun Te i rie apain lo e7how 1 scim 1 1 ne prettiest queen of curds and cream Foid me clo e and kiss me again K iss off the shadow of last nights pain I dreamt last nisht as I lay in bed J uat Iwasoldard that you w ere dead I Lnei vou had died long time airo And I we recall the moan and woe You liau died in your beautiful youth hj sweet iu bad gone to rest with untired fect oi 1 h...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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