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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 1 May 1901

ft THE DAILY HERALD. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year 6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right ls're- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers-Who do not receive their papenrejpflarly are requested to notify thjs-olfice and the matter will receive prjbmpt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. Issued Every Day Except Sunday. WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1901. ABOUT TOWN. May day. May is here and now we May have rain. e . Lat...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 1 May 1901

r 1 S The Local Newspaper. The local newspaper should be found in every home. Children hil?l jnotruw p in infmu;e who can hi- taught to appn-ei'iip the home press It i said i he he .stepping stone .it" iiitIlir it-e in tfll llmse matti-r nut u he learned in Bonks. Give your chil" dren a foreign paper which has not one word concerning any jwr- son or place ever hear ti ol'' and how could you expect them to he interested? But let them have a paper nud read of the persons whom they - meet and of places with which they are familiar and soou an interest U awakened whieh increases with every arrival of tile loqal paper. Thus a habit of reading is formed and the children will read the papers all their lives and become intelligent men and wom'e'n a credit to their ancestors strong in the kuowledge of the world as it is today. Exchange. The hard winter in Germany has played terrible havoc with game especially in. the Harttz Mouutaius. Many stags have been found dead and game birds that survi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 May 1901

c Do tin Me yOiL- 2SINE.- BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 1901.' XUilJER.258 COXSOLfDATrtO IX JULY 1 893 WITH. THR DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK FOlt SlXrTlCBy YEA US. IMISECTOICY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Savers Lieut. Governor J. Browning Comptroller '. R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer v John-W. .Bobbins Attorney General.- Thos. S. bmith Supt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICTED COUNTY OFFICERS Congressuian.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg tateySenator 27th district. D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . "Wm. J. Russell Oounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr. County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedouio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Iierma Surveyor ! M. Hanson jr Jffide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. (Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2. . : Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tust...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 May 1901

i.-ufVj i i rn 1 1 1 1 1 mmm THE HERALD. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) On year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Three months '1.50 One month ..t:'. 50 Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must he accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear Jb such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify tfiis office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. Issued Every Day Except Sunday THURSDAY MAY 2 1901. Three uew oil gushers hi one day w the record at Beaumont last Stratjay. t ''rJtbig dailies of Texas publis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 May 1901

i 4 It 4 DAILY HERALD. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Hehald Buildixg South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 2 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Frying size chickens are scnrce uiow hut eggs are plentifnl. The stroug southeast wind and accompanying dust have bee.u very Col 11. M. Fiejd has been very sick recentlvjjiut we are pleased to hear tlmt-lfe is fetter todav. Tlte schooners Flower of France and C. H. Moore are loading at " Galveston for Point Isabel. Miss Amelia Gavito the daugh- ter of Alderman Valentin Gavito is reported as being serionsly ill. The Boys are working energet- ically to make the picnic Saturday success aud no doubt they will do so. The little sou of Col. aud Mrs. Pragedis Cavazos died yesterday afternoon in Matamoros aged about a year and a half. The schooner Clara Ida is on the way to Point Isdfoel from Rockport with a cargo of merchandise having .goue to the lat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 May 1901

PURE AIR THE ONLY CURE. iMeditial Men Say Serum Trent inent f (loiisutnption Is a Fail nr.". KrW York April 26 Dor.! or George B. Shrndy sail Tlnirsiitv tlmt the practical proffssimi not place much confidence in the seium treatment of tuberculosis. 'fThere have been many experi iuents of this nature " said he "siuce the announcement of the " discovery of Professor Koch in 1876. Theso-cnlled tuberclin of Koch is now seldom used except for diagnosticating tuberculosis in. cattle. The serurn treatment has not been of any real value in con- sumption. 'wEffihe medical profession now vBoraf after centuries of experi- 'jpVttient that the proper treatment fr -4fpv tuberculosis ift a change to dry pare air. Tb impression that men ire not cured of consumption . is a prevalent aud an erroneous one. There have been thousands y of cures lhe disease may oe j Acured if nature is able to throw off " .Athe solid matter from the lungs. . - JXPnrp mr crnnri fnnn and exer- . - I & cise build up the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 3 May 1901

4 -TEXAS FRIDAY -MAY 3 1901. NTJItBER 259. i ... . in u.Jli-lMMl I HUB "I OO.JfeiOL.IlAXl! IN JULY 1SS)& WITH D.ViLY COSMOPOLITAN. WHICH WASrUBLRHHI) HKKK FOli SJEX VlSAKS. V STATE OFFICERS. Governor Lieut. Governor. .Joseph D. Sayers . . J. Browning Comptroller . - .gWlulej Land Coiimjkoner . . . . .Ohni? Treasurer...'. . . . .-Tohn W.tRolJbuis ' Attorney General.-' Thos. S. Smith unt. Public Instruction. ..T.S.lvenUall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS.' ' ' 'oiifn-essuian.iltli. district. ..R.Ifloberg tate Senator 27th district D. McKiel TiirnOr Representatives f I W. Seabury 85th. district Win. J. RussoU Jounty Judge Thomas Carson bounty Attorney. . .Roht. B.Rentfrp jr. County tllerk Joseph Webb Sheriff deledonio fearza Treasurer Aug. Celayn Assessor'.' xit .. v.oauielaxazos ; '.llector Dainaso Lerriia. Surveyor Aunanspn sjr. Hide Inspabtor. .... . . .. Toinas TSjeriiia. COUNTY COMMISSIONER?. fprecinqt No. 1. : ; Atoriojenos Oribe r-recinc No 3 .... : . Jose . Celaya "rcinct No. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 3 May 1901

- 3 THE - HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year Si.001 Six month 3.00 Three months 1.50 One. month 50 GRULLA WHIM-WHAMS (?) Mr. Kleberg is a good fellow hut ! naturally he cannot; understand our Correspondence solicited on all mat ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each. communication must be accompanied fey the name of its author not for pub licaton (unless so tiirected) but as a gugr&iee or gooa im.ua auu wueu uy request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive" prompt attention and insure better ser vice tkereafter. Issued Every Day Except Sunday FRIDAY MAY 3 1901. President McKinley and party are spending today and tomorrow in Texasand doubtless those cities which are honored with 'the pres enc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 3 May 1901

s THE DAILY HERALD. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Building SoutJi Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. FRIDAY MAY 3 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Subscribe for The Herald' ' No schooner railing or arriyed at the. Poiut today. The editor is indebted to Mr. .-and Mrs. Louis Kowalski for some delicious cak and wine souvenir of the etlebration of their silver wedding last evening. Many kiud thanks are returned for the osmembrauce. Four troops of the Twelfth Cav- alry have been organized at Fort Sam Houston their first inspec- tion and muster being held Tues- day says the San Antonio Ex- press. Troops of this regiment will probably be seut to garrison Fort Brown and the other lower Rio Grande posts. PROPOSALS FOR TRANSPORTA tion. San Antonio Texas April 6 1901. Sealed proposals in triplicate will be received ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 3 May 1901

TREES FROM ; THE' GOVERNMENT. To be;Sent Oat After the Manner -of the garden SepdDistnbu- lion Chiengo Recori Herald. Next spring the secretary of agriculture will distribute tj oii'h- nut the country young trees as well as garden needs. Authority for this new departure' was secured u a recent session of congress and an appropriation was made in the budget for the coining year. The garden seed distribution has been the subject of no end of fedicule and there is no doubt that a great deal of money is wast- ed in that way but it is neverthe- less one of the most popular fea- tures of our paternal government and members of congress recognize itsffjqjlfical importance to such an exfjSEijit no arguments can induce tbemplbolish or abridge it. The distribution of trees however is Secretary Wilson's own idea. TUffpedple of this country have beKttiog downjhe natural for- ests with so much recklessness 'that It has become necessary to start artificial ones. The division of forestry of the agr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 May 1901

erali) town TOL. NINE. iSKOWKSVlLLE TEXAS SAT UK DAY MAY 4 1901.. NUMBER 260. CONSOLfDATKI) IN JULY 1SU3 WITH Til K DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HE UK FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. i I sunk 13 v DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. . Governor Joseph D. Sayers Xaient. Governor.- J. N". Browning Comptroller R. TV. Finley Land Commissioner. Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Robbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS Congresanan.llth. district. ..R.Kloberg tale Senator 27th district. D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . ( "Wm. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Reutfro jr. ConriJClerkv Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lerma Surveyor -l -M. Hanson jr. Hide Inspector Toinas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONER?. Precinct No.-1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 E.B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 May 1901

C JS r. f TsVp a mn of Arbuckles' Coffee and a cud of the "cent-a-pound-cheaper" kind One taste of each' will prove to you that the. reason Arbuckles' costs a little more is Because it's worth more. It's selected with greater pains roasted with greater care packed with 'greater skill. It comes to you as fresh as when iteft the roaster. Jtfot a particle of its strength or flavor lost Cheap coffee lacfc both strength and flavor.- is cheaper in -the end thafi other coffelsbecause it makes more " cupjfls to "the pound ind1 gives far greater satisfaction. "With each package ofArbuckles' Coffcf you purchase a definite part of some useful article which is yours ou presentation to our Notion Dept. of a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers. . You'll find a list the articles in each package. .ARBUCKLE BROS. Notion Dept. New York City PL Y. TIig Kind Yon Have Always Bought and Tvliicli lias been in use for over 30 years lias I)omc the signature of ' ' .r- and lias been made tinde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 May 1901

4 V Entered nt the Brownsville Texas. postoffiee as second class mail matter. Office: Herald Biildixg. SoutliSideo The Hejiald. East Elizabeth Street. Tioeano UVx BROWNSVILLE. : : : TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 4 1901. VBO UT TO WN I Genuine .Swiss cheese for sale at Leo. Wise's. Local weather prophets Iwive predicted vain for tomorrow. The choonpr Geo. Locke arrived at Isabel today from New Orleans with a general cargo. A wagon arrived from Alice thus morning with two pianos which were recently sold here. J Matainoros. will hold its usual grand celebration of the Cineo def Mayo tomorrow afternoon and night. : - Quite a large crowd went ont to the picnic at Sauta Anita ranch to- day and no doubt enjoyed a de- lightfnl time. The river began to rise last night and is considerably higher now than it hat been for some time past. It was at an unusually low stage latel'. The local Mexican colony will celebrate the Cineo de Mayo with a grand ball at the Market Plaza to- morrow night. The plaza is S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 May 1901

A Pioneer in Advertising. 1 here is a Wisconsin former who dn?s what a givat majority of I he people will do in n feu" y-ir Wli-ii he has- i!.thtnr to H 1 -placrMi sniull "ad" in tin- 1m-hI uewpaper and son:i Iihhis fnuti the dealers. When he wauls i- buv a horse eow anythiuii Js. spends half a dollar for new.-jiap-r space and everybody mi the neigh- borhood who wauls to sell rails on hiuiDr writes to him. The news- paper advertisement saves time and labor. x A'gawky country boy came to town recently and after wander- ing around for an hour or so stop- ped in front of an empty building to gaze at an old timo bankrupt sale. In a little while he was joined by one of the town loafers and before long another and soon two or three more. The farmer said not a word but continued to look. After'a half hour passed one of the most curious of the loafers couldstaflfi itno longer so he asked the fa'TlnAl- what he was lookingat. The farmer boy turuedhis head and ariswered: 'I was just try in' to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 May 1901

camomile Umln - f VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY MAY 6 1901. NUMBER261. COXSOLfUATKO IX JULY 1893 WITH THIS DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK FOK "SIXTEEN YEAKS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Say era Lieut. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley- Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Bobbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith V Supt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman lith. district. ..R.Kleberg tale Senator 27th district. D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. W. Seabury 85th. district . . . "Wm. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro jr. County Clerk ... . Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer - Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lerma Purveyor.. M. Hanson jr. Kide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 B. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4. Eugene Keller y- Tustic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 May 1901

t THE - HERALD. 'can fla It took Mr. Hanna and' others mouths to .-how how our i merchant marine mijiht be bttilL up. . wnflf6 6 Prwnsv ''iir. Morgan showed how it (...nlfl postoffiee as second. class mail matter. i um i -' be done m two minutes Mih Office: Herald Building South Side j thau this Mr. Morgan shows by East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. -PI- i'o not ?; . tary uhm. ; je promj-UT. clezii at- v... 'tic CC'ii&i- i.;it: yet Give Smf&ri Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. MONDAY MAY 6 1901. The New Yorkers have seen Texas and Texas has seen the New Yorkers. Now for the impressious. Russell Sage says another "Black Friday" is in the near fu- ture on Wall Street's calendar. That is the day when the shorn vlanb will lie down with the de- horned bull and the crippled bear &nd nobody knows which one will wake np first. Count Tolstoi dares to lift his voice in behalf of liberty in Rus- sia In the face of exceminu loca- tion and threatened exile 'fol- itoi is n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 May 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. 3T0NDAY. ilAY 6 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The schooner Mathilda sailed this afternoon from Point Isabel for Galveston. Among stock shipment from Alice last week the Reporter re- cords that of 17 cars of cattle to Eagle Lake shipped by Maj. J. B. Armstrong. A private letter received here from U. S. Marshal Siftbrecbt says that federal court will meet here next month. The Flood steamer deal is said to be off which will leave Browns ville badly off also unless Mr. Flood succeeds in buying another. A great many persons went over Matamoros from this city yester day afternoon and last night to witness the uelebration which was conducted with the usual impres sive ceremonies. A Check for $1000 U. S. money - was received Saturday night by th trustees of the local Knights of Honor in payment of the policy of the late brother Sevenano F. Garza and was today given to the ; heirs for collection. The picnic given Saturday at Santa Anita ranch was a great suc- cess. A large number atten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 May 1901

Spring Fever. I only-wish and wish jind wish hat I could fish and fish and uMi : hk1 to sit Hie IS vt-lmij day upn f -bah ot praii it hav dmvn .vim-US' .he river sadly wails umi ti-h ti tmckfrs and fur whl-s Ti-- Jpliameful that on this fret s.ul a tan must toil and toil and grm.t anl sweat and strive and grmn ami "bust his martingale and ni.mn. growaiililfcand bald before his tijin- tite festive dime. Ah. be a pleasant dream if sit xbeside the stream ia .nana at eariy drawn no d.hfc a. demijohn (the latter wtbjemonade to sit there fdrowsy shade. What high ;r bKsscoiiId mortal wish! Ah let Uirgo and fish and fish. rues County News. ih yes.frotn shady cool posisli nice to sit and fish and fish to outstretched the livelong day h5wu where the bullfrog sings its ay and wend off-home when day- fails and tell souie very fishy les. lis lOJigur 1.0 nave 10 and toil -when other men i i . ii ... are Btrmng 014: us wen 10 Lbe. sometimes alone to stand on hindlegs and moan ; to grumble t all li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 May 1901

VOL. JSlNJfi. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 7 1901. Oo:OJIIATi:i IN JULY 18J:f WlTIl T1IK DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HEKK KOK SIXTEEN Y;EAKS DIIIECTOKV STATE OFFICERS. f Governor Josepli D. Savers Lient. Governor .-J. 3ST. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Ghas Rogan Trearfir John W. Bobbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Supt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Uongressman.llth. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives 85th. district . . . ( F. W. Seabury I Wm. J. Russell Jounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Reutfro jr. County Glerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson jr Hide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Precinct No.. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct Xo. 2 Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tustice Peace Precinct No. 2 J. I. Pi Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 7 May 1901

Arbuck Roaste Is prepared by an individual firm who made tlieir repu- tation many years ago; who intend to main Lain it as long as the people appreciate good pure coffee- at an honest coffee price. If others imitate Arbuckles5 coffee that's their business ; if you prefer an imitation coffee that's your business. But you'll find that it's economy to pay a "cent a pound more for Arbuckles' Ask the grocer for Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee the original pack- ' ' age coffee and refuse imitations under any other name. WTtlfeftcb pactase of ArDuckles Coffee you buy a definite part ef foma useful article (see list which euch packages contains). The article is yours whenever you present a certain number of sljnfctuxaa from the wrappers at our Notion Dept. Look for the list. jlITucx:l2 suos. Hotion Dept. New VorU 2. Y. The iOnd You Ear Always Bought and wliieli lias Leea in use for over 30 years lias home the signature of .r..- and. Has Deen matte umicr m 'St-- sonal supervision since its iiilari...

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