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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

f • • THE WUBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBTTBI, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1 12. I Will Save You Money on Clothing and I MEAN WHAT I SAY. I can show you much better than I can tell you and I prefer to show you. Wo are still cutting prices on new summer goods, fur- nishings, THI NKS AM) SUIT CASES. See our trunks and suit cases. They are the BEST for tho money. Fine line Men's Shoes at reduced prices. JAKE MORRIS SELLS IT FOR LESS POSSIBILITIES OF THE FARM DAIRY The possibilities of farm dairying is just beginning to dawn upon Col- lin county, although its due import- ance is recognized, and has been for years, in many of the Eastern and Northern states. As an example of the lucrative na- ture of the returns from farm dairy- ing, even In a email way, The Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette wish to call attention to the record of Mrs. P. R. Bomar, who lives four miles northeast of McKinney, and who has had only a few months experience in the busi- ness, and that too with the product of on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

••HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1918. A gallow or yellowl h eomplexlcn Is a aymp- torn of a Torpid Llvei. ana u Torpid IJver la the cau o of manv ticrioua dlseuaei, of which the most frequent nro Pneumonia. Bright'* Disease, Typhoid rover and Malaria or Chllla- HERBINE Is a Liver Medicine and Bowel Regulator of Great Power and Effectiveness. A Torpid IJvcr which has rc3lnte<l all manner of eathartlo medi- cines is forccd Into activity by Ilerblno. Thin marvelous prepara- tion not only puts the liver in healthy condition, but It strengthens tho stomach, helps digestion, purities and rcrrulates the bowels. •When these three Important organs are In a oound, vigorous con- dition, saliowness, hud breath, Indigestion, dizziness and general languor or tired feeling soon disappear and are replaced by a floe fueling of exhilaration, or Mrcngth, energy und cheerfulness. Price 50c per Bottle. JAMES F. BALURO PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO. Stephens Eye Saive Is a u*te and speedy ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

- ^ >11. V * Children Cry for Flrtchtr't CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been we for over 80 years, has borne the signature of "* and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy* Allow no one to deceive yon in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ** Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevertalmess. For more than thirty years It has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ana Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. {genuine CASTORIA alway...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

fifii'j The Point we want to emphasize i that excellent leathern, careful Ha-) Ish. smart style. comfortable shaping ami reasonable price renders. (H it SHOKS (hp beht that can he obtained nnj where at such ran- prices. For shoes that give satis- factfon in every respect, we take prido in pointing to those we sell. Try a pair. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORK i 4' X Do you want to be j; better dressed? J! Do you want N e w 3! i > York's latest styles? !! Do you want clothes with character? If you do-*-I can do it. Several hundred fabrics for your choice. A call means an order. Ask for prices when you see the goods. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. ♦♦♦< PERSONAL t* PARAGRAPHS FRIDAY. W. D. Brown was hero today from Ardath. ' S. B. Vermillion of Altoga was here today. P. A. Kiuttz of Princeton was here today. T. B. WillianuM was here today from Weston. Constable Ham 1 fowery was hero today from Wylie. Hon. R. L. Moulden of Farmers- vlilo was hero today. R. D. C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

1. >N*8 LIVKR-TONK r INSTEAD OF CALOMEL aa Sure—Always Safe—No Bad Effect* Ever Follow This IMeas- ant Tasting Liquid. is a remedy for a torpid liver >mel has more than met its natch in Dodson'a Liver-Tone. It IdoeB not lash the liver on to per- Iform its work at the coat of its |streugth. Qalomel depends for its power lupon exalting the liver to do more work, end often the, liver is too weak to stand such treatment, and [ you are worap off than before. Dodson'B Elver-Tone cannot cause I any of the dangerous effects that [ often follow the use of calomel. It is entirely vegetable and pleasant to the taste, and is suitable for chil- dren and grown people. Get a 50c bottle at Smith Bros, under the guarantee thnt if it doesn't satisfy you that it is a per- fect substitute for calomel you get your money back. Return From Boston. Mrs. Ed Newsome and Bon. Fitz- hugh. and Mrs. W. T. Beverly, re- turned to their home in this city Saturday night, after a month's va- cation at Boston. T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 11. t 1t. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. AND If «E—«|BAT WE A RK CU.NVIAVHV XIIUING NTW GOODS TO (U K stock A\l) RIVING Till M ion CASH AVI) AT THE SEASOX'S END WE ARK ABLE TO ITT THEM IX OUR STORE FAR BEDOW VALUES, AND ALWAYS Ol'It AIM AMI PURPOSE TO (JIVE TIIE TRADE THE BTN EE ITS OF Ol'R BARGAIN PURCHASES. WE DO XOT MEAN BY THIS THA WE BUY JOBS AXD OFF BRANDS OF MERCHAXDISI IS NOT TIIE CASE, AMI Vol WILL AT ALL TIMES FIND HERE GOODS OF KNOWN BRANDS AND STANDARD VALUES. THAT'S WHY OUR GOODS ALWAYS GIVE SATISFACTION, TOGETHER WITH THE FACT Til \T WE SAND BEHIND THEM AND MAKE GOOD MISTAKES OK MISREPRESENTATIONS. % Boys' Suits at 10 per cent discount. Don't fail to see them. They are worth more. I'NIIERW EAR Hilt ALL. Wo ur>• offering you ii jierfectly made oiast.ii twain Dn.wer, made of IVpperell drill nnd fully bleached for . . I5c Men's I'nloii SuIt.H for 15c Boys' Union Suits for 15c Ladle*' Union SultH for Ale Indies' Union SuIIh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

' w " ■■ ■■ ' •"^'•,'•^4'" & .0* ' ,-'• ■" 1 -': 1 ►- ■ ■■''>'< * -■^V*^si M-mrnm THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. M McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 191* Folks Say W. PERKINS. SENATOR , TO THE VOTERS OP THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OP TEXAS:—We, the undersigned Voters of McKInney and Collin County, wishing to express our appreciation tor our friend, SENATOR TOM W. PERKINS, hereby heartily endorse him as our favorite for Congress, y We know his career front a barefoot boy, his early struggles on a farm, his ambition in the printing office; we have watched him climb to high esteem In his own city; elected Mayor of McKInney; elected President of the Mayors' Association of Texas; elected President of the Employing Printers' Association of Texas; elected President of the great Texas Press Association; elected President of the Ex-Confederate Reunion Association of this great county; then hit successful and useful work in the Senate of Texaa; al- ways ambitious, honest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

V" SP •< ■ -if* Tfi Keeping Pace Keeping pace with t h e growth of McKinney and the development of its business in- terests. This bank is in position to give special attention and con- sideration to the requirements of the growing business institu- tion. Those desiring t h e co- operation and backing of a strong bank are invited to call and lay their proposition be- fore our officers. The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. G. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. To N|H>ak for Wort 1mm. Hon. II. W. Williams and wlfo left Friday for Trenton where they will visit relatives for a few days. Mr. Williams, who Is a young lawyer of this city, will make a spoech at a picnic at Trenton In the Interest of the candidacy of John L. Wortham, candidate for Railroad Commission- er. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

l\ ) ■J',i WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE . thursday, Cats. Wound*. Burs*. Scald* or Borw ob the hudi or body ahontd be healed quickly or they may become troublesome and bard to cure. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is a Healing Remedy of Great Power In All Wounds or Abrasions of the Flesh. It mends the lacerated flesh speedily, prevents the formation of pus, and in all minor Injuries heals without leaving a scar. As a pain relief In rheumatism, neuralgia, stitch In the side, sotatlca and lame back, It acts promptly and effectively. Rubbed In where the pain Is located. It penetrates the flesh to the bono, conveying a warming and easing Influence that is very gratifying to the sufferer. It rolleves chil- blains. frost bites, galls, chafed spots, contracted muscles. Ivy poisoning, stings of insect*, swellings. It is a grand family liniment, good for all manner of ailments of the flesh, and should be kept In •very home. Put Up In Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. •IAMBS F. BALLARD PROPRIETO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY II, lflf. P[0PL[5' F We Invite letter* from the people on enrrent to|ilin of not more than 200 words, and in every Instance your mime must be signed to the communication. No Joint Appointiiicntn. The Dally Courler-Gszette and Weekly Democrat-Cassette. Editors: I think It would lie fair to announce to the readers of the Forum, that Mr, Yarbrough and I will have no Joint discussions in our race for lo- cal representative. Owing to the limited time I suggested that we would meet once In each JuHtlce Precinct beginning at Nevada, but he thought jt would he belter for himself not to do this, ho we agreed not to have any appointment!) an- nounced. In my communication published In laBt week'H papers I lined the word "repeat" where I hIioii id have used "amend." I don't wish to be misunderstood bo I make the correc- tion. Since I accused moat of the High School teachers of being In favor of the now school law, I have met sev- eral who said that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

HOdRAT THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 21. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THI IWDAV, JULY IH, IM12 ONE DOLLAR PER —1 L 1 J Oh-' y LF ¥ MISS RUBY KENDRICK Miss Mnry Ferguson, of McKln- ney, chairman of the Ruby Kendrick Memorial Fund recently remitted a (substantial sum tor tlie mission vork belli k prosecuted in Korea by t tie .Junior and Senior Epworth Leaguers of tlie North Texas Con- ference, M. E. Church, South. The movement was organized nt McKlnney at the North Texas League Conference held here in 1909. M.1ss Ferguson was chosen chairman of the fund at its organi- zation and has steadily pushed the movement forward to an ever grow- ing success. The first year $350.00 was given, The second year $000.- 00; third year, $1411.00 and*fourth year $3 100.00. Not a dollar has been raised except by free will of- ferings. This is the fourtH or Jubi- lee work and more than doubles what was ever done in any preced- ing year. The fund is supporting two active missionaries in the Ko- rean field—Rev. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

¥=r THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY IS, l ll. Children's Pumps ON SAIvB Did you know that you could buy $1.50 and $1.75 Pumps for $tmOO? At this price they wont last long. Come early. All styles at the above price on sale. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE HTOIIE Why You Should Wear Tailor-Made Clothes And why you should order them here. In ordering your clothes made to measure you have the opportunity to use In any Individual Idea you have. You can put your own Ideas Into a suit of clothe*. And naturally a suit made to your order will fit you better and a suit that lits wlil wear longer than one that, does not lit. Now theso are a few reasons why you should wear tailored clothe*). And the reason you Bhould have them tailored here Is because wo represent the.host tailoring houses In Give us a trial. Am or lea Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. NorUi Kentucky 8t. an order for some cards. Me Is an excellent young man and will make good in his new position. Fred Ownbey of Melissa was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

5W^RKi - THE = If Wagon Talks and Dodge Spoke Constructed Wheel: JiKTSS guarding against climatic conditions, full clipped gears. Hirknrv A vlpo* Boxes tight as boilers. Ask the man that has, or is us f —- ing, them about their merits, then you will use them. A special price until we reduce our stock, wheels are best grade white oak—second growth oak spoke, white oak hubs. Axles, singletrees, doubletrees, hickory boxes, yellow popular sides, bottoms long leaf yellow pine, 5 oak cross pieces on bottom, full clipped gears. Body has 4 coats of best mineral paint, gear 5 coats. 3 inch oak $83. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 t Professional Dept. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over MC- Klnney's grocery atore. Phone 203, McKlnney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKlnney, phone 66. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire. Torna- do and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only best companies represented. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

- —- _ A Mammoth Affair July 17 to July 27 Tie Biggest Sale in Our History Begins OUR Sale Closes July 27 STORE CLOSED Our Store Will Be Closed Tuesday, July 16 To mark do™.n and arrange our stock for this sale. Remember the date of the opening. Will open Wednesday at 9 o'clock promptly. Look for the big Red Front and follow the crowd to the greatest salt of the season.. lO DAYS SALE, JULY 10 TO 27. EARANCE Wednesday morning-, July 17, we will usher in the greatest sale dur- ing the entire year. The Annual July Clearance Sale; a sale which in magnitude of value giving and price making far outstrips every other sale. This is the time we begin clearing out all surplus sum- mer stock. We put our entire mammoth stock in this great sale. Nothing reserved. Clearance must be complete. Goods must be mov- ed by the mighty power of low pri- ces. Cost of values must be set aside. Wait for it. Be there promptly at 9 o'clock, Wednesday morning July 17,1912. i r SEEING IS BELIEVING Facts are stub...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

Price :x£ >.. , *1.43 HUNDREDS OF OTHi IRGAtNS drink. I eh f SUP /UUJJJIUIWW J1JUJJJJ1 III1, V *5" SPECIALS 25c Mens Wash Ties«| C A Clearance Sale I wU 75c Corsets Clearance Sale 50c $1.25 White Hand ^Kg% Bags, Clearance I WW 25s Guygot Style *f 0#% Suspenders I £w 10c laces Yal and fxf\ Linen yd WW 10c Men's Handk'fs A Clearance Price 4w COLD. CLKAX Ct"T F\<TS! The offerings of this event are so strong that there are few words forcible enonsh to do justice to them. We can not too strongly impress upon you the rare values that await you here. It will pay you to come 50 miles to attend this greatest of all sales. We recognize no competition. Cost is lost! Quali- ty forgotten! Seeing is believing! Come and see with your own eyes and be convinced. OlTl ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE —OF— READY-TO-WEAR Amazing Clearance Sale prices on every garment in our big Ready-to- Wear department. Our entire stock of Ladies' High Grade Suits, Dress- es. Skirts, Wrappers, Kimonas, Aprons. Mtislin Unde...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

*Ks*w*. * jwmapMinjfa Mi A vti"";; '. .. TV ~Tfr w THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY 18, 1912. ' . " -f* , ;} ' '•) *' V ■; i« k V" "" .•■ , ill . THE STAFF Should always be made of the proper flour. The presence of impurities will render the "staff" weak | and unfit to lean upon. In buying your flour—Be ~ sure! The abundance of PURITY, NUTRIMENT, STRENGTH and GOODNESS • that go to make up WHITE BILLOWS J! gives it leadership as a dependable article for bread- ! stuff. GUARANTEED PURE. Your Grocer Sells It jj Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKinney, Texas. PEOPLES' FORUM We .Invito letters from thp people on current tuple* of not more than 200 uonls, nixl In every iiitttance your name uiust be signed to the roniuiiiiiifution. I The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED 13VKRY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Waller II. Wilson, Editors, Publisher* mid Proprietors. Grceitberry Adams, ( initiation mul Assistant, business Manager. Entered as second-class mail matter. To Subscribers The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

BLUE ItlDGE. Cecil Chltty waB in FarmerBVille, Friday. Watson Davis waa in Whiterlght, Monday. Rev. King and family are visiting In Verona. Herburt Brazil of Snow Hill was here Sunday. Bunk McClure of Westminster, was here, Sunday. Miss Artelle Price was visiting in Whiterlght Sunday. Charlie Fagg and Arthur Davis were in Pike Monday. . W. Af Hart and daughter, Vada, were In Dallas Sunday. MIsb Jessie Andrews of Sherman is here visiting friends. Abner Griffith and Johnnie White were in Dallas ThurBday. Miss Nelia Moi-bo has returned to her home in West Texas. Clarence Price is visiting in Gray- eon county for a few days. Turner St Clair and Price* Crab- tree were in Anna Saturday. Miss Mary Milliard of Savoy, is visiting her brother, Jud Hilliard. Miss Addle M(Daniel of Jack county is visiting relatives here. • Miss Dora Carson of Joplln, Mo., is visiting Charley Carson and fam- ily. M. V. McDuffey and wife of Delba Iwere here Friday night and Satur- day. Lester Sims of Chillecothe ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

, i?,rryv THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY IS, i " • \ ■ *> tJ V ♦ :: ♦♦ ♦♦ * * :: ii :: * * conmcmo isn _ *HA& KAUfVAMOMOX ATTENTION MEN Come to our store and let us show you some good SUIT VALUES. We have ready made suits or will take your measure for a Suit. PRICES $12, $15 AND UP. FURNISHING GOODS—all latest styles in hats, shirts, collars, ties. See our line of hose. Get our prices before you buy. HOWELL 6 LUCAS THE STORE OF STYLE ik t Republican Convention. By tUo power vested in me as chairman by the republican executive committee of Collin county. Texas, 1 hereby cull a meeting of the del- egates elected in the several pre- cincts on July 27, 1! 12, to assemble In the city of McKinney on August 1912, at 2:110 p. m., tor the pur- pose of electing delegates to State and district conventions and such other buslnoBB as may legally come before said meeting, the executive committee to meet in session at 1:30 p. m. J. T. STARK, County Chairman. July 13, 10 i 2. Mo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

A / 1 senator perkins speaks hi pun O BpWlal to the Courler-Oazette.. Piano, Texas, July P6.—Senator Tsm W. Perkins, candidate for Con- gress from this district, arrived at Piano Monday night on the 8:45 car. He was met at the Interurban sta- tion by a reception committee, com- / posed of his most ardent supporters, and escorted to the place where he was to address the voters of Piano In the interest of his candidacy. Sen. Perkins, as bad been announced, did not begin speaking until after the , revival service had closed, at th* Christian church. James T. Robison, present Land Commissioner of Texas and a candid- ate for re-election, was also present and made his announcement, after which Hon. R. H. Crawford, intro- duced Mr. Perkins.* Mr. Crawford, 1n his introductory remarks, said he had known Mr. Perkins since boy- hood, and had seen him come up from a bare-foot boy, with out mon- ey, with out an education, to the office of State Senator from this dis- trict. Mr. Crawford Btated t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

THIS WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-5-AZflfTTE, THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1912. I m Satisfies There never was a thirst that Coca-Cola couldn't satisfy. It goes, straight as an ar- row, to the dry spot. And besides this, Tho members of J. W. Throck- morton Camji IT. C. V., hold their regular first Sunday meeting In the district court rooms Sunday after- noon at 3 o'clock There were about twenty of the old comrades present, also several young men and about forty ladles Following la the excellent, pleasing program which was rendered): Reading, Miss Geneva Watts. Violin Solo, Mrs. W. T. Hoard. Song, Mrs. Albert Smith. Bonding, Master .Tack Dristol. Violin Solo, Miss Bertha Garnett Wilcox. Heading, Master Leonard Hay. Song, "Nearer My God to Thee." Refresh menu. u— ——sssssssssasssss FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS. WILL OONTfM'K CAMPAIGN. Wbciwrrr you Kf in Arrow Ihink of Coca-Cola. satisfies to a T the call for something purely delicious r.nd deliciously pure—and wholesome. Delicious Refreshing J Thirst-Q...

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