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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday January 13 1910. . FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 2iO BETTER TIZtfE THAX SOW TO BIT REAL ESTATE! TOBIX 3IUST SELL. HE XEBDS THE 3IONEY TO EXTEND HIS RAILROAD. READ THIS LIST THE.V ASK QXTESTIOXS If 3'ou don't see what vou want as I have any kind of real estate you may desire and will sell it on YOUR OWN TERMS. Best Prospective Business Corner in the City. Improved with a substantial 14 room building- In complete repair on lot 4x 120 feet facing- two of the best streets in El Paso. This property under lease paying ever 7 per cent net on price of S1S.000. This property will be worth $50000 in less than 5 years. Warehouse and Svriteh Property. 33.000 square feet fronting S streets -with railroad In the rear. Price $8000. A Beautiful Home Witk Large ' Grounds. House contains 6 large rooms Jtn an unfinished floor above arranged ror E rooms additional. This house has hot water heat. French plate glass win- dows modern nickle plumbing beau- tiful mantels and fine electric li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 January 1910

EX PASO HERALD 10 Thursday January 13 1910. "U. S. n i Norwegian opiceo i - Anchovies I j 1 Packed in small kegs each 35c m H Holland Herring per keg $1.35 m l a. Packed in small kegs each 35c Holland Heifing per keg ' $1.35 Smoked Salmon per pouhd -. 40c Cross & BlackwelTs fresh Mackerel cans 25c Deviled Crabs per can . 35c Femdell Crab Meat per can ". 50c Soft SheU Crabs per can 35c Ferndell Lobster per can 30c and 45c Dunbar's Shrimp per can 15c and 25c Minced Clams per can 15c Ferndell Olive and Vege- table Relish A delicious relish for Meats Sandwiches etc. Olive Relish 30c Vegetable "Relish bottle . 35c Fine Home Made Cakes Fig Layer Chocolate Caramel ISTut and Chocolate Caramel. We cannot recommend these cakes too highly; each ; .$1.00 50-pound Box Ghoice Apples $2.00 50-poimd Box Fancy Apples $2.50 Phone 151. 210-212 BREAKS THE BEST RECORD IN FLIGHT (Continued From Page One.) Sense of distance almost lost from the earth. 2so one "would liave been sur prised If the man an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

All the News Herald Prints St First Wlille It's Frehh. Bridges Are Swept Out and Much Property Damaged by Rushing Waters. OTHER GORGES IN FORMATION Still Further Damage Is Feared From High Water and Ice Filled Rivers. St. Louis 31c Jan. 14. The Missie- sippi riVer front at St. Louis presented a devastated appearance today. The riv- er gorged with ice rone from 22 feet "Wednesday night to 31.9 feet early to- day and then the gorge broke. TnRid of ifam hoirrc the river fell . . . . . . . I more than fire feet boats on-the river were left high and' dry by the rapid 1 fall and the levee is strewn with wreck- J The property loss will exceed 5200.- OOO. The immense iee gorge gave way un- der pressure of ice and water from the Missouri river but reports indicate that the Mississippi is rising above St. IiOuis and the water Is already above the dan- cer IIhc. When the gorge broke bridges were swept out below here. The gorge at Alton 23 miles north broke this morning and will reach here dari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

BHHHBHia Eyster's . O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Bell Phones 823 and844. We handle nothing hut the best in Groceries we sell nothing that we cannot absolutely guarantee and our prices are always lower. Strictly Fresh Butter non Aff "better sold anywhere per lb.TCvJ Strictly Fresh Ranch Egga ig per dozen TfctJ Best Colorado Potatoes tfJ? 12 lbs. for wC Best Sweet Potatoes ? R ih. for ttJ Best Dry Onions 8 lbs. for 25c Fine Mountain Cabbage A per lb HlK Very best Cranberries Er 2 quarts for vt Fancy California Celery 1 P 2 bunches for IOC CANNED FBTJITS Regular 25c Quality Peaches Pears Apricots Plums Grapes Blackberries at 3 cans for Gal. Pie Peaches peeled each Gal. Apples heavy pack each ..---. GaL Blackberries each y...- Gal. Apricots each .. ... ...u... Gal. Plums each 50c 40c 40c 35c 12-lb. sack Balston's Whole Wheat Flour for 12-lb. sack Balston's Graham Flo-cr for c c 5-lb. sack Balston's Bye. Flour for 5-lb. sack Balston's pure Buckwheat Flour for D- C. Soap 5 ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD AMERICA leads the World pre-eminently in the su- periority and skill of her dentists (Continued From Page One.) When You Want a Mce Turkey a fat chicken a fine ham Fresh sweet bacon ITew fresh pickles The finest trout Extra good olives and home made sausage send your order to Opifz Marks! 213 K STANTON ST. Phones: Bell 136; Auto 2345 FIVE MEK" TO TELL WHY- THEY AEE SINGLE Y. M. C. A. Forum Plans In- teresting Meeting for Saturday Night. Instead of the usual Forum debate at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday evening five unmarried members "will be called upon to arise and in front of the entire Forum assembly give good and suffi- cient reasons -why they are not mar- ried. The victims selected are: Davis Hodge Browder Lehman and Stewart. President J. N. Field of Kedlands university -will give an educational talk to the Forumltes as a part of the Saturday evening program and S. M. Thompson will tell how he happened to be lorn in "Wyoming. Today Is election day at the Y. M. C. A. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

X PASO HERALD 4 r uy At iffte All new fresh guaranteed goods. City and out-of-town orders promptly filled. Lay in a big supplyat an immense saving. Large TrMte Xavy Beans rt A rj ge per 100 lbs ffr. i D Frijoles (Pink Beans) dE? AA per 100 lbs tj)O.UU Lima Beans (Butter rf g? 7 E Beans) per 100 lbs 40 4 O Black Bved Peas dg per 100 lbs pDcOU Fancv Irish Potatoes ri T" per 100 lbs P I O Pancv Onions (&Q EA per '100 lbs tPi.DU Granulated Sugar dg Of- per 100 lbs tP"Jj"J Fancy Head Bice rfJ AA per 100 lbs tpD.27U Best Japan Head Bice (yf Qri per 100 lbs xpQwiJU Broken. Head Bice & PA per 100 lbs ....pa.DU 1 box 100 -large hars "Velvet" Soap (very best for laundry) 0 CA 1 dozen 4-string good dw ? Brooms for V'OU Peaches. Apricots Grapes and Plums (with syrup) dQ A A per case tPJL?Uf Best Tomatoes (solid d1 A pack) 24 2s to case price P X tOO. Best Tomatoes (solid $0 QC pack) 24 3s to case; price P ttJU 100 bars Borax Gastile (J A A. Soap fine for toilet for. tPfra0 1 case 4 doz....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 5 VlAWVWVWWVWWVAWAWWiAWWiffVAWVWV Arizona Mew Mexico T Mexico West Texas KfcllltKM jWWWVWVWWVftWVWVWWVVWWWVVWMWVWftftflAI' 9 SOUTHWEST! I Mttk L i iiyiii ? 1 1 9 1 v I WnM ' NEED AN NOW? Hundreds of them here to choose from and every one at Absolute Cost We must move and all stock must move before we do. Come and take advan- tage of the Big Bargains on account" of Removal Sale DjSXLAS MAX DEXTJSS HE IS CANDIDATE FOR C030HSSIOX Dallas Texas Jan- 14. Hatton W. Summers of this city today denied xhat he had entered the .race against chairman Msyfield for Xhe railroad commission but did not deny that he . might do so later. He said: "I did not authorize the dis- patch from Bryan that I am a candi- date and am not prepared at this time to make an announcement regarding' the railroad commission's race." Try a -want ad In The Herald. TAKE THE S unset Route Cy I I .OCOWBTIVtl j I Electric Block Signal Safety aai Comfort t TO NEW OELEANS AND ALL POINTS EAST DINING CARS OB- SERVA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune. Tne Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER. ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. SBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. Business Office " 115 1115 Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter i....1019 -- Advertising- department 116 HERALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald per month. 60c; per .year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Port Bliss and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state in his commu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD LAS CRUCES ME L A. & M. COLLEGKE TALKS BASEBALL Basketball Stains Keenter cliool and Team Mem- bers Are Encour- aged. Agricultural College N. M. Jan. 14. A meeting of bapeball enthusiasts was held recently at the Y. M. C. A. The object was to discuss vays and means of securing- new equipment for the team and to plan a post season tour through Colorado -western Kansas and the Pecos valley. The independent college telephone sys- tem is completely installed and "working admirably. lit all about 20 lines are on the switchboard. Evangelist Finney and soloist Hlett entertained the student body in the Thursday assembly. They will appear again in Hadley ball on Sunday after- noon at 3:30. The public is invited. The prospects for a successful sea- son in basketball hare taken a turn for the better. There were grave fears in the minds of some that basketball would be as much of a failure as last sea- son's football but two letters received "from former students both stars i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

Y FE9y ARgg AXTHfr f i z HHHB in iraKBrF -wwm 'WHY DIDN'T YOU MAKE) 5AV-THEVOALI- VJ-Un TAKE U5 GUVS BAD THAT BULL JUST ASKED ME TO CHAMGE A HALF FOR HIM AND LOOK WHAT HE WOULDN'T TURN A CHEAP TRICK LIKE THAT ON A DOG- ISOPYRiGHL 19D9.BY THE. HEW Chings Lost md Eound; Personals and i Public Notices X CHt x Ward. Tie Ad. Lena TIta& i5c IF YOU LOSE AXYTHIXG advertise lc here. It wiii be Feturned to you if an honest person findS.jL Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day through this column. LOSTFOHKD. STRAYED 2 black hox-ses 1 branded -JO; -VA k VfWil m Qta m - ill J m I 11 m 1 ill ni l3 sesp fc (CST RANGER SL fe JWOULDVOU) ff Jam JuEl JfetL jHk fifty kaSEsju' JKk if n I - "l ? S v Zlr- v t nto. iVwt a I salaries etc The fuller the informa- J. E. F. other F.D. Latter has .white H chances to snot on fnrphaL Reward of 5o 11 returned to Mrs. L. W. Hawkins' 1506 E. Missouri. "" STRAYED OR STOLEN Bay" horse brand E. J. reversed and inverted" left 1 thigh. Reward. 2L A. Hoff...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD i i r K i - . .. : C "ROOM BRICK On Rio Grande street at a snap. South front on a 60 foot lot. Price $5000. Terms easy. Let us show you this house you -will like it. AiistiB & Marr Cnplcs Building. FOR SALE Model O. 1909 White Steamer 5 passenger with top and wind shield. Taken in exchange for later model; in good condition; will sell or exchange for good city property. White Garage & Sales Co. Dallas. Tex. A CLOSE BARGAIN IN RIO GRANDE STREET. 5 room brick south front between Campbell and Florence streets. Price $4500; terms to suit. It will pay you to look at this. Austin & Iarr Caplcs Bnildisg. TO RENT 3 rooms with private bath for light housekeeping. 1223 E. Over- land St PROSPERITY IS HERE. The demand for city property valley and Mexico lands is on the increase to such an extent that we find it neces- sarv to Increase our selling force. J. E. Rhein a well known business man h(i: honn 5l.1rJ.orl n mir fOrCH and Will have charge of our outside business....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 10 - 1 Norwegian Spiced I 1 Anchovies I Packed in small kegs each 35c Holland Herring per keg $1.35 Smoked Salmon per pound 40c Cross & BlackwelTs fresh Mackerel cans 25c Deviled Crabs per can 35c Ferndell Crab Meat per can 50c Soft Shell Crabs per can 35c Ferndell Lobster per can ! . . .30c and 45c Dunbar's Shrimp per can. . . . 15c and 25c Minced Clams per can 15c I Ferndell Olive and Vege- table Relish A. delicious relish for Meats Sandwiches etc. Olive Eelish 30c Vegetable Eelish bottle . 35c Fine Home Made Cakes Fig Layer Chocolate Caramel jSTut and Chocolate Caramel. We cannot recommend these cakes too highly; each $1.00 50-pound Bos Choice 50-pound Box Fancy Fhone 151. 210-212 JAILED OX CHARGE OF KIDNAPING OTOf SOX Beaumont. Tex. Jan. 14. E. D. Ed- ward of Fields La. -was arrested here today folio-wing- an attempt to kidnap his Tyearold son. It is alleged "that Ed- ward took his son forcibly from school and was en route to the railroad sta- tion -when arrest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

All the News Herald Prints It First I HK H ! H B M wis. 1 r H H b h jr . bHBbi HMteHHi ---- j IVhlle It's Fresh gl ! .JL. -JAm V iii. JBbaoJfcBiSBii ---fc--- --- J . 1 - . r ; " " mi irnnim I H niPfl TITO 110 Says The Aeroplane for Use in War Is Effective and Proves His Assertion. TO SAIL OVER LOS ANGELES Los Angeles Cal. Jan. 15 Paulhan Is feeling- the strain attending his. spectacular performances in t aviation speed. -He appeared haggard today and "when told that the aviation com- mittee was considering an extension of the meeting until January- 24th. Paul- han immediately objected saying he could not possibly .keep up his work another -week. The project -was then abandoned. A cloudy sky and -wind greeted the aviators this morning. Paulhan looked hopefully at the sky and said he would not mind a little storm for then he could rest. Nevertheless he Is prepar- ing for a flight to the top of the moun- tains back of Pasadena when the weather permits this. It would neces- sitate a fli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

On the same charge Max G. Leslie county delinquent tax collector and for- mer Republican city chairman; Charles Stewart former councilman and F. P. Nicola( a capitalist have also been arrested. 1 More I ?&?" JZ2z2zr!:SVJf m- !RmL3r TT't- '" .... - - -.- t -i . j ..l .e j i 1 "D-4- Got Clean Sweep Sale has been a great success. Immense quantities of merchandise nave oeen swept out 01 our store oy eager ouyeib. -duo the oreatest success in connection with this sale has been our success in educating the people as to what a Clean Sweep Sale really means. They have found that theyxcame here and bought the same goods they had seen throughout the present season at reductions that made it well worth while - -By this we mean that they did not come and find garments especially bought and made up for sale purposes. Garments o this kind could not possibly be bargains at any price. Our sole object in holding Semi -Annual Clean Sweep Sales is to get ready for the com- ing season This we are n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD I R I fi ' m'f-- 3 ur Store Is Transformed Into a VIPiHk Elin iilfii't l!Sr-li TT " nan(l of the magician has truly touched this store transforming it into a l " vC .SPS l $-lQ3nll " ' ' J fWy veritable Fairyland. On every hand is white white as pure as the drivdh J TV a1p" 1F!? - snow white that heralds the coming of summer. The daintiest garments the lA - W 'fe:v W " ilv mmmfM j VY most delightful fabrics exquisitely designed embroideries. filmy daintv laces in' a --fFv W ' M Mpf "f mlfqFw' bewildering variety are lavishly displayed. Of a truth you will be amazed. . N J-X mK$f f&milM'' This Week Full of Economies Rich and Rare - ? Sale of White Waists !New fresh Waists in the 1910 styles are offered ax very siDecial prices in this sale. Fine sheer lawn and batiste Waists allover embroidery and fancy lace trimmed effects Correct style in every detail. Regu- QQ lor $1.35 values are specially priced 0U Lingerie Waists of fine' sheer lawn and batiste lace trimmed al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

HERALD took Reducin econd Week of the For Cash antic I I EL PASO - x m " ri i.i n-n-rrmnTTnwwTrrmi gg ! ! n 1 ale 8 (wQStiftflBBiB kGIgbB . 9 J I WB" . .... - . . . ... .li ij. i a-j. i mi: tttaaIt- -rrr n-F-foyp still crrpa.tp.r flt- Off" Stock Reducing Sale is proof of. the Springer's great power to awracc wiin ios Dona ime vaiue&. iiw - . TA ;rr " The tremendous success of our first week's " One-fourth tractions to the Furniture buyer. We will not rest until the $30000 surplus stocks indicated by our invoice are ciosea. uome eany in me wee lot dzm wume wiuugn --"ww tn pot. plete. We promise the home furnisher unrivaled values the best furniture dividend you ever had for the sweeping discount of 25 percent is an exceptional one Our only reason or urns xo con vert these surplus stocks into cash. I Bedroom Furniture Reduced Bedroom Furniture in great varieties from the plain and simple to the most gorgeous. In all the popular styles and finishes. Don't let this rare opportunity ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

V EL A fifLA'1 hoes Isfever get into job lot or bargain sales. Yet every pair is a genuine bargain. The price is plainly stamped on each and every pair. I MUCH SNOW II fi RIO GRANDE I - WATER A Style i Book Mailed I Free to Any Address A Com- fortable Last a range of Sizes & Widths Always in Stock; All Leathers Mmh JglHl . sK&&BSk3mWmY MuBmLJm This bBBbwP Boot ilWSP at F $4.00 AU Mail Orders Prompt ly FHled in rac f $5.00 to $8.00 worth of fit and wear compared to other makes in every parr of Kegals. Lerner Shoe Co. Exclusive Agents. 215 El Paso St. AKE jj70 LOGGER . SUNDAY'S ENTRIES JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB. Thirty-fifth Vzy Sunday Jan. 16. First raee selling six furlongs Bob Lvnch 104 Mary Genevieve 107. IMiss Bkrdiv 107 Judith Pacre 107. Daisy Garth" 107 Prudish 107 Sam Webb 107 Fncle Pete 107 Rio Pecos 107. Lord Cliston 109 Billy Bard 109. Second race selling six. rurlongs Howard Pearson 99 Light Knight 101 Airs 102. Ladv Adelaide 102 Meddling Hannah 103' Gvpsv King 104 Oc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

AGAZINE PAGE 6 EDITORIAL A EL PASO HERALD Established April 1S8L The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MS3E3ER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. JfEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. f Business Office .... .- 115 1115 HERALD J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 TELEPBOXES. Society Reporter 1019 L Advertising department 118 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please state in his c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Pure Silk Hose )e place on sale -today and all of nejct teseeK the 'Phoenljc Ptire Silk Hose colors 'Black Tan 'Bxirgxzndy J$aOy Hello and Grey 50c the Tair mm Y ATTERS I07SAM.AEUCHIO St. RAILROAD NEWS. ROADS EXPECT BIG CATTLE SHIPMENTS Cattle Movement from Mex ico This Tear Promises to Break Eecords. Now that the midwinter casxle ship- ping rush is over 'the railway world is studying the near future. And accord- ing to almost everybody it will bring the heaviest spring shipping of many years. Beginning in late March or early Aprii 60 days are expected to bring thousands of cattle over the internation- al border bound for packing centers of the United States. The traffic of last year exceeded all local records and rail- way men are led to believe that the spring will renew the activity. Reports received by the local agents of the National lnes of Mexico indicate that heavy stock movement is booked . for January 17 with Sauz as a shopping point. This however is consid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Come Early Next wJ TDDirSJUKlS These are a few of the many specials for the early shopper next week. Some of these are yours if you get here 6n time. JS- -c-jvc-kas ! fi i This ladies' desk in genuine quarter sawed oak early English finish mission style. Has good size -writing table; only Ladies' Mission Desk in heavy oak; has large square -posts; a splendid value at only $1275 This heavy fission Library Table in genuine quarter sawed oak carlv English finish; a regular $25.00 value. Next week onlv $18.75 Mission Library Tables 42 in. long genuine oak early English extra heavy and strong spe- cial for next -week only $10.85 Jj - Don't pass this Eoeker.' 2sTever before has such a splendid "value been of- fered. An excellent dry climate rocker. No glue used in its construction. Worth regular $7.50 extra special for next week only - m SEE WHAT A LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY: Cooler seat dining Chairs only $1.00 Splendid Oak Center Tables... $2.00 Large wood scat Rockers $1.75...

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