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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

THE METHODISTS IN COUNCIL Proceedings of the Annual Con ference Yesterday. Satisfactory Reports From Most of the Pastorates. Statements From Presiding Riders— Missionary Secretary Payne's Ad dress—The Afternoon und livening Sessions. The First Methodist church was crowded throughout all of yesterday by intelligent and earnest people in attend ance upon tbe Methodist annual confer ence. The morning session was devoted to the affaire of the conference, but at noon that body adjourned for tbe day, the afternoon and evening sessions be ing given up to the Woman's Foreign Missionary society and educational an niversaries respectively. Vary Interesting addresses were made and encouraging reports heard. The conference will reaume its ses sions today. MORNING SESSION. The morning devotional meeting waa conducted by T. 8. Uren, continuing from 8:30 to 0 a. m., at which hour tbe bishop took the chair and H. J. Crist, conference secretary, called the roll of the absentees of yesterday, then re...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bnreaa. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, lept. 21, 1803: 6S 70 78 50 Ins I w ra.;: Maximim temperature, 84. Minimum temperature, 40. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair veathei; sligntlj warmer; westerly winds. Gf orge Johnson, found guilty Wednes iny of vagrancy, was given 49 days in ihe city jail, by Justice Austin, yestei tay. A general teachers' meeting of the teachers of the city schools will be held in the High echool building next Saturday, beginning at 9 o'clock in the DP truing. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Conrt and Main streets, for ~\ Taylor, J. M. Stewart (two), and ft/mis Zeh. A. O. De Long of Ing'.ewood, who sent $2 through the mail in answer to n green foods circular, was examined Wednesday by I'nited States Commis aiouer Van Dyke, and held for trial in bonds of $1000. More warrants were 6Worn to and iisoed yesterday in Chinese cases, by the district attorney's office. Chi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WRATH BR; SLIGHTLY COOLER; WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 165 DOUBLE-BREASTED : : DU I 0 DIJESS & SCHOOL SUITS A Large and Elegant Line at Prices That Defy Competition. OVERCOATS, BUSINESS AND (IpMTJ pIMpM DRESS SUITS FOR - - - ULlt 1 LLlVlLlt In All the Latest Styleß. We Are Showing MOST ELEGANT LINE OF NECKWEAR Ever Seen in Los Angeles. Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. 9PRINQ &. FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE 138,140 AND 142 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE AND BIGGEST STOCK OF - - - - Haviland & Co.'s China AND White China For Decorating At tbe LOWEST PRICES in the City. We Show, Among Others, the Following Shapes : THE MARSEILLES, N ©NUPHAR, RICHELIEU, HENRY 11, WHEAT, POMPADOUR, TURGOT, TRIANON, FRANCE, etc. All of the Latest Desiirns. Complete Line of LA CROIX'S PAINTS and Other Material for CHINA DEC ORATING. A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. MEYBERQ BROS. SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

2 wreck, were laid beside the track, pend ing removal to the undertaker's, while the injured were cared for at tbe near est residences. Such of the wounded as wonld consent were taken to the Wabash railway hospital at Pern, Ind. Twelve of the worst injured were taken there during the day. A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. William Seidel of San Francisco had an almost miraculous escape from a hor rible death. He was sitting near tbe middle of the smoker and in the same seat as hia friend, Charles Bierbe. "Charlie and I were about half asleep," aaid Seidel today, "when the crash came. I conld not imagine what had happened. I felt myself thrown high in the air, then struck the ground fully 60 feet from where our coach was, and fonnd myself badly bruised bnt not seri ously hurt. lat once began looking for Bierbe, and soon saw him taken from under the rnins crushed frightfully. He had been instantly killed. I think 1 was thrown through the roof of the car. My clothes were torn and my face scratched. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA. Fair Matter*—Anaheim Notes-Clans Spreckels' Purohaee. Banta Ana, Sept. 22.—The fair directors have decided upon Spurgeon's opera house as tho place for holding the pavilion exhibit this season, and arrangements have been made ac cordingly. Tie largo hall and (he armory will be fitted up, and the work of arranging tho ex hibit* will begin next weak. It ia believed now that this department of tho county fair will be fully up to the average, and perhaps better than in previous years, aud c* rtaluly the outlook is encouraging. Mr. Wlckham Is making a personal canvass in the ' hope of encouraging farmers lo add to the dis play by bringing in products. ANAHEIM NEWS NOTES. The beet sugar business is progressing finely. 'The first payment of $11,000 whs received Irom the Chino factory and has been placed in the vaults of the Commercial bank In Santa Aua, as this city cannot now claim a bank. A . new bank should bo organized, and at once, bpeaking of this, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WIKMY. THE OFFICIAL ~CITY PAPER. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayebs. AY EI RS Sc. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, •23 AND 225 WEST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: _ „„ Per Week * 20 , per Month b0 BY MAIL (Including i osiai,6): Daily Herald, one year $8 OO Dally Herald, six months * 2ft Dally Heiald, three months -i jO Dally Herald, one month S'» Weekly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months 1 00 Weekly Heiald. three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered at the Postomce at Los Angelea as second-class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of al 1 delinquent mail subscribers tothr Daily Hirai-d will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subs- ribers by mail unless the same have been paid lorin advance. This rule is inflexible. L. P Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Is an au thorised agent, Thia paper ia kept on file In hi" office- , _ . , The Herald is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

THE COUNTRY IS NOW SAFE. The Chamber of Commerce Res olution Mill at Work. Expressions of Opinion on a Number of Subjects. Meeting of ttie Hoard of Directors—The Kyerett Lew, Antl-Immlgratlon, the Tariff and Confectionery, and Laboring Man, The board of directors of the chamber of commerce met yoaterday afternoon •tS o'clock. There were present Messrs. Bt'mion, Forman, Klokke, Breed, Par ■one, Severance, Jevne, Graff, Edwards •nd Qermain. Mr. Stimson presided. The committee on membership re ported favorir g the election of Mr. John T. Griffith to membership, and he was on motion elected. An Interesting communication was read from Director Severance with re gard to the meeting of the road conven tion at Sacramento. It wai on motion filed, and tho thanke of the board ex tended to Mr. Severance (or his work at the convention. A communication wae read from Georgo Jones with regard to the estab lishment of a carpet factory in this city,, •nd referred to tbe committee on manu factures. A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

6 SPECIAL NOTICES. \\T ANTED— A LOT ON SAN PEDRO, TniS VT side of Eighteenth st. Will exchange » fine 20 acre tract, well Im proved for city property. Will exchange 17 acres, close in, well im proved, for a good hotel property. For sale, house and lot, close in, 5 good rooms, for $50 cash and $15 per month. House and lot for $400. Wanted to buy, a first-class 25-room lodging house in good location for cash. « Riverside land and money to exchange for Los Angeles improved property. M.uKNIGHT a ftjgard, 0-23 tf 252 S. Broadway. OTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR VA catlon of Prospect drive—Notice is hereby | given that a petition has been filed with the board of supervisors of Los Angeles county, • praying for the vacation of all that part of Prospect drive as delineated upon the man of ' the Hunter's Highland View tract, recorded In book 4, page 570, miscellaneous records of Los ' Angeles county, and that Tuesday, Sept. 116, 1893, at 1:30 p.m., is hereby set for hearing ' the same. By orde...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

THE METHODISTS IN COUNCIL Business Transacted at Yester day's Mession. The Next Session of the Body to Be Held in This Cify. Applicants Who Komatn on Trial—The Bishop's Charge to » Young Oom lnie-Miotaters Who Will I'reach Tod- y. The sessions of the annual conference of the Methodist churcb were well at -«f-ted yesterday at the First Methodist church, a number of very interesting papers and speeches being listened to. MM. MORNING BESSION. The opening prayer meeting wbb con ducted by Rev. P. H. Bodkin. At 9 a. in. tbe business was taken up, Bishop Andrews in the chair. Secretary Crist read the minutes of yesterday's session, which were oorrected and ap proved. Under call of the chair, committee on conference relations recommended that W. W. Bailey and G. W. Goudell be granted superannuated relations. J. E. Fischer andG. E. Morrison were granted certificates of location. The name of J. F. Brown waa ordered to be recorded as withdrawn from the conference roll. F. R. Holcomb and J. W. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Bureau, keport of observations taken at Los Angeles, jpt 22, 1893: 'ther 87 04 W Maximum temperature, 79. Minimum temperature, 49. Indication.. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: slightly cooler Saturday; westerly winds. The Banning Herald haa greatly im proved ita appearance of late. Key. L, M. Hartley will preach at Simpson M. E. church tomorrow, at 11 a.m, No service in the evening. Thia eve! Grand moonlight fete at Rubio cafion on the Mt. Lowe railway. Special attractions. See time card. The teachers' meeting will open in the high school building this morning at 9 o'clock. As it is a general meeting, all teachers in the city are expected to at tend. There are undelivered telegrama at the Weatern Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets, for L. A. Wilaon, James Fullerton, Louis Zeh, W. L. Skeel, P. A. Johneon. A marriage licenae was issued yester day to Antonio Aros, aged 21, a native of California and resident of Artesia, and Amelia M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: PAIR WEATH BR; NEARLY STATIONARY TBil- PBRATURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 16. DOUBLE-BREASTED : : DU I 0 DI?ES9 <& SCHOOL SUITS ▲ Large and Elegant Line at Prices That Defy Competition. OVERCOATS, BUSINESS AND fipMTj pMPKI | DRESS SUITS FOR - - vilwlH 1 LLvlYllwll In All the Latest Styles. We Are Showing MOST ELEGANT LINE OF NECKWEAR Ever Seen in Loa Angeles. Mullen, Bluett 8c Co. IV -.'. * 4 ' - * t . .- . i '. • QOR. SPRING M FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE 138,140 AND 142 SOUTH MAIN STREET. *> WE HAVE THE FINEST LINK AND BIGGEST STOCK OF - - - - Haviland & Co.'s China AND White China For Decorating At the LOWEST PRICES in the City. We Hhow, Among Oihe's. the Following Shapes :'l HE MARSEILLEB,NKNUPHAR, RICHELIEU, HENRY 11, WHEAT, POMPADOUR TURGOT. TRIANON, FRANCE, etc. All of tho Latest DaSUrnt. Complete Line ol LA CROIX'S PAINTS and Other Material ior CHINA DEC ORATING. A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR TWO WEEKS O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

2 silver, copper, lead and iron arrested, and a multitude of laborere left in desti tution. An urgent need of tbe territory, It is stated, is a scientific and compre hensive scheme of irrigation. Every waste of water should be avoided and all tbe water bodies made tributary to durable reservoirs for regulated distri bution. Tbe commission recommends an amendment to the federal constitu tion prohibiting polygamy, and em powering congreea to prescribe the con ditions of marriage and divoice, and also the cession of unappropriated and nnreeerved public lands in Utah, and a small appropriation to keep the Indus trial Home building in Salt Lake City in repair for the use of tbe commission. INDIAN AFFAIRS. What the Government Haa Been Doing for Poor Lo. Washington, Sept. 23.—The commis sioner of Indian affairs submitted hia annual report to tbe secretary of tbe in terior today. Of 57 agencies now 26 are in charge of army officers. Estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year end ing Ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA MONICA. Ferfaet Weather — Wharf News - Notes and Personals. Santa Monica, Sept. 23 —One man said: Tbe weather 1b "charming," an other "Buperb," and still another "beau tiful." To your correspondent all three seemed correct, ior if the clerk of tbe weather tried ever bo hard be could not give ua any more elegant weather than we are having, with bracing mornings, warm days and invigorating moonlight nights. Fishing could not be better and the catches more plentiful. Hunting ia also excellent, especially quail, dove and rabbit, every Bportsman returning home laden with game for his friends' tables. AMONG THB CIIUBCUES. Interest among the churches is Btead lly on the increase, all of them showing the signs of healthy growth and an in crease of membership, all the aerviceß being largely attended, there being a particularly number of young people. The musical part of the programme in all the churches waa exceedingly good. Today all the churches have a special ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WBEKLI. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josirii D. Lynch. Jamks J. Ayiri. AVERS &- LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, BK.I AND 2*5 WEST SECOND STREET. TEUSPHONE 186. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY f'ARIIBP: _ _ Fer Wok 8 20 perMonih 00 BY M*l>. (Including postage): Dv ly Herald, ono year ?8 00 fatly Herald, ill months * SJ D«ii - Heiald, three mo Iha 2 28 lially Herald, one month SO Week y Hera: d, one year 1 SO Weekly Herald, six months 1 00 Weekly He aid, three months SO Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered at the Postofflet at Los Angeles as second-class mall mater. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho p»p?rs of all dellnqnontms.il subscribers lothe Daily Hs'ii.D will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subs, rlbers by m»ll unless the same have been said for In auvanco. This rule is iiiflexlb'e. tn P. Fi«her. newspaper advertising airent, 21 HeKi-mtV Exchange, 8»n Francisco, is «v au thorized agent. This paper is kept on file in hie office The Hesai.-) is rold ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

THE CHINESE QUESTION. THE METHODISTS ACT UPON IT IN THEIR CONFERENCE. K««"l"tlom lv Favor of Extending tha Tlma of RegUtratlon Adopted. Keportu Adopted—Adulator* Who Fraaoh Today. There wm no session held In the after noon yeaterday by the Methodist con ference, the various members and friends enjoying a trip np tbe Mt. Lowe railroad. Two important discussions were held during the day, tbe Chinese and tem perance questions being presented be fore tbe conference. The meeting passed resolutions favoring an extension of time for tbe Chinese to regiater. It ia understood, however, that a reconsider ation ot these resolutions will be called lor tomorrow. Tbe evening session waa devoted to several addresses on temperance. MOKNINO SESSION. Rsv. Adam Bland conducted the open ing devotions. After approving tbe minutes of the previous meeting tbe committee on pi-eacbera and aociety waa presented. On motion the plan of last year waa suspended for tbe present year. Dr. Wright then called the at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

6 ADVEKTISRMRNTS. : The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your : if * WWW A NN N TTJTT BBSS WWW W AA XX X T g 8 WW W W A A N N N V g WWW W A A N N N £ 8 WW W W A A N N N T SBBB WW WW AAA A N N N T WW WW A A N N N J, 5 VwAAN NN T 8 8 ! W W A A N NN T hSSS Js through the classified nd. columns of The Hebald. It it cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. o°°o L A*A f* if S B P*fi K ER n ,DT b C L A A S BB S "SSg II FF [IKK D D Wll I W EKE DDI? A DUD L EF.ETTTT s SS s a\ d Bf I" I x A AA t DDI? LLLLKEK ? S SS« ' Inserted In the columns of The Herald at * * '• 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : BDecial rates for a longer period. : * * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in the Herald. * t OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j '* * OHURCHJ«iVTTCK£. COR - Adams and Figueroa streets. Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 8 n. in.:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

OUT ON THE RANCHES I'ai'itic Kural Preee: The following correspondence will interest many of our readers who have noticed in their own orchards t>i» disease discussed : Agricultural Department California State Uni versity. Under sepa.ate cover I mail you this duy a piece of diseased orange limb. I fhnuld liSio to know what the disease is, lba cause of the disease and what, if any, the remedy is. Kivera. E, P. Haskell. Univebsity of California, ) BitmcKMiY, Bept, 16,1893.f Mr. IS. P. Ilnskcll, Rivera. The specimen you send presents all tho characteristics of the disease com monly called tbe "gum disease." From the investigations I have been able to make concerning thia disease, it would eeem that it ie produced by a va riety of organisms auch a« are ordinarily associated with decaying vegetable mat ter and not by any true parasite. The oause of the attack of tbeae organisms mu6t be looked for in some predisposing condition. This condition ia generally aud perhaps always a quantity...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Burcan. Report of observations Ukeu at los Angeles, Bept. 23, 1803: me. | B»r. | Ther. all'm|W'd Tra.!ttl.87| 55 88 NK p m.!29.8i| ..» 7* I W 1 iCWn « !c:lcir Maximum temperature, 77. Minimum temperature. S3. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: F*tr weather; nearly stationary temperature Sun day; westerly winds. Open air concert at Westlake park thia afternoon by tbe Douglas Military band. The city board of education will hold ita regular meeting, tomorrow evening in the council chamber at the city hall. Souccos. tbe feast of tabernacles, com mences this evenine with services nt the synagogue at 7:30 p.m. by Rev. A. Blum. Labor day falls one week from tomor row. In recogDitim of the newly created holiday the hading stores of the city will close. Belmont hall oommenceß the session of '93 and '94 on Tuesday morning next. The vocal classes will bo in charge of Misa Katharine Kimball. Chief Glass said yesterday that tha saloon men affected by the new saloon re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. S "Ma ; -Jcrs have all the benefit c ;cial sales.'' C$ .© I ■ " —-— JT* ——— i @ £jl2B to 134 North Spring St. 123 to 125 North Main St.l © , LOS ANGELES. j| (9\'®:®:®:©:®:@:@:@:@:©:@:@:®:©:®:®::©:^ © Money Saved § i§> ~ is) Is money earned ! Buying only the beat goods—in large quantities—for cash— ® Jacoby Bros, to undersell all competitors! Those in deed of a © |Fall Overcoat I © — — —— @ VjJ Should bear this in mind—there ia more comfort, more health protection, more style pir . . Vgf dollar, expended in one of Jacoby Bros.' medium weight Overcoats than In any article off© ©wearing apparel in our store. • • © !® A L>iftle Money will © © = ~ ® | Do Wonders at Jacoby Ofos o © © As low as *fl for a serviceable Overcoat or Suit— isn't that cheap? Or 87.D0 for all-wool jgw ones—real nice and quite stylish—isn't tbat remarkable? For a JlO note we'll serve you JS» (p) still better, but if you open your purse wide enough to let $15 slip out—we'll show you Jg\ ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 September 1893

10 ONLY ONE WEEK MORE OF OUR GRAND RED-LETTER SALE l^a^^ This 18 Your Opportunity to Get GENUINE BARGAINS. In Our CARPET DEPARTMENT There Are No Old Patterns, No Old Stock, No Remnants or ' Moth-Eaten Goods. OUR FURNITURE Comprises One of the Most Complete and Artistic Lines of Medium and Fine Goods Ever Shown. '*M\wiiMwW! UNTIL OCTOBER ist, s~\ T TAJ AT "CkOT T) T? T Former Price, $6 S , $90, $100, $125 llHßflHli THE CELEBRATED IT Ul\ 1\ rWly JJ 11\ Lx JJ JC, JJ Reduced to $4 5 , $65, $70, $3 5 %LstV'iiA*" OUR IMMENSE LINE 1)A TJT AD In the Fin est Tapestries and Silk Brocatells S EMBRACING 75 PATTERNS JT 11\ Jj, Jx\ XV JyVjJV OUIIO Reduced to Prices Never Before Heard Of IN CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, AND LAGE, ALL NEW DESIGNS wW •'" •' Ingrains, 35. 40, 60, and 65 cents T > T> A"\TT"iQ A Large Line of Body Brussels ill lIJvJv ' r'l ■ Ur Tapestries, 55, 65 and 75 cents O 1 U/YJ\ JJ l)lVrA.i\ J 7vJ From 65 cents per Yard Upward S 1 > T*> T(f 1 On Other Goods See Our Windo...

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