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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

1 Mill 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 now a Retailer Should Advertise. (Printers Tnk.) W M M M m m m m m m m m x m m m m m M m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m M H m m i M m TAKE liberal space in the newspaper which will reach the greatest number of the public from which you expect to draw your business and tell of the good qualities -of your merchandise. Speak of the desirability of possess ing. or purchasing- your stock. Show plainly the advantages of trading at your store. In all these particulars be sure you stick to the plain unvarnished truth. Toll . .the same story over and over again in different words. mYOUR NEWSPAPER SPACE you should say things that you would say to the cus- tomer who comes into your store. If you are at a loss what to say just spend a little time each day listening1 to the arguments used by your sales- man. If these are effective in selling goods in the store they will be just as effective in selling floods through newspaper publicity. It is the continual repe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

nr.A r j v n rr u ijt "V reiPYMCrtT. SOT SY' A. C mCLUBC t CO. CHAPTPR 111. Disappointed and somewhat cha- grined at Mrs. Armistead's answer I rose to my feet and prepared to Join the young ladies in the drawing room. I had been so interested In discussing Fletcher Boyd's will with Mrs. Arm- istead that I had completely forgotten Vincent At first I thought he had al- ready left the room but in a moment I heard him laugh and discovered him actually sitting on the floor before the fire playing a species of mumble-the peg with the secretary. Extremely un- becoming conduct for both of them I thought and Mrs. Annistead thought so too for she spoke sharply to the secretary who left the room with red- ened cheeks. Vincent however was unabashed and after holding the door open for her he followed me to the drawing room without heeding my re- monstrances. He seldom does heed them I may say. It was on the third day of our stay when Vincent and I had begun to feel thoroughly at home at Castle W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

ALTA VISTA CREAM has no equal as desert for Served at our fount or sold in bulk. RENFRO'S In Business for Your Health ANT GOLUWSH WANT AD HATES One; cent a word first insertion half eent a word ach consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- Iex. WANTED--Good clean Cotton rags wt Bulletin office. Will pay 2c per pound. String S(xx not wanted. small scraps and "LOST My interchangeable mileage fcook No- -i. Reward for return to. :3. K. Churchill. dl4 V FOR SALE Three acres oil land. &ie residence lot pianos typewriter tows gentle horse and buggy &c. : - S. E. CHANDLER dtf. Daniel Baker College. WANTED To buy a pair of small amies. Apply to Jno. G. Lee. dtf FOR RENT Good 5-room house convenient to business part of town. Apply to W. H. Talbot. dl93 Cigar salesman wanted. Experience unnecessary. $1 .00 per month and ex- Jonses. Peerless Cigar Co. Toledo hi. d 198 Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic physician office over Armstr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

DAILY LLETIN. Strong companies prompt and libV x eral payment of looses. We always keep your Insurance in force thus saving- you the trouble of burdening your mind with it when it expires. E.B. HEMtEYfeCO You do not have to yraXdx . vur ex pirations wfien insured witlyus. We always renew then at the proper time. E. B. HENLEY Is. CO. VOL.1 BROWN WOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 7 1908. Pages NO. 224 BU Rankin Sheet Metal Works Rh Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work VICE - CONSUL 16 IS HOME FROM PEBU FOB A VISIT TO RELATIVES AND FBIEXDS. "VSTe-atlxei? forecast. ITfemght and Wednesday ' generally cloudy wither probable showers tonight or Wednesday cooler 'onlght CLIM E. IVstpwl -fr Se Fatsrefty. Tke Prrsldeat Beslgas. On account of theNinablHfy of sevt 'President Houston of Texas Univer- al who were to appeap'tSn the progrt kity yesterday tendered his resignation to the Board of Regents In session at Austinand DnBsjE. Mezesthe dean of the HJniversHy as chosen presi to get their parts rekdV ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

MHMB M Capital and Sur&his $200000.00. HINTS TO FARMERS : Officers T. C YANTIS PresHeat J. C WEAKLEY First TJce PreHdt J. A. WALKEB Seeoiid Yke FreiJteat MLLLABD HOMINES Caikkr WM. B. 808Sf Assist Carikr ; ; i low is the time that you realize on your season's -work. As you sell your grain stock or produce place your money on open account with a reliable bank. Pav vour bills bv check which makes the best kind of a .reeeint and avoid the -worry and danger attending the carrying of sums of money. Our office is always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. We accept checks on other banks as deposits the same as if they were cash. We solicit your business and will serve you in ..every. A;p.FOKDAsrsiBtgMWrt. y J I 4 l . Tlie Brownwood National Bank OF The Daily Bulletin KITES FMJtTISQ CO. Praps. WILL X. KATES Xaaasiap Eitfar. C JL TUJOfELL City Eiltar. K. X. HXEPATKICK Awaclato Editor K. F. KATES Baslaess Maaager. X. C. SEITZ Dally CIrcalator. W. S. DTJLA Fereaa Keek. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

-i MATES FEDfTING CO. Props. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. & A. TUKKELL City Editor. S: E jHBKPATBICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEFPZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the Brownwood Posteffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c TCESDJ LY 7 190S. Announcements. me uuneiin is authorized to an uounee the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic Tic Daily Bulletin ' primaries: For District Clerk: TOM LEACH - .1. FRANK MeGEE. f. iFor County Clerk: -; . TITA.D T. C ABLER v- vQ.1-County Superintendent: ij: COURTNEY GRAY. -:'gr'4FprT8 Assessor: "Vt?"?' . CHtTX BETT1S i?? LESLIE GEORGE JACK HALL. v-7:- GUY HILL. ;;i; Vr: ' .1. H. MILLER. -X'V - .:.y; iFor Justice Peace Precinct No. 1: G. B. CROSS. At Homes for Customers. Chopping at-homes" is the latest Idea of a dressmaker in Paris. The decorations of the hall of her estab lishment are carried out in a Vedge- woed design. The balusters are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

t - The DaiiV Bulletin 1CAYES PRINTING CO. Props. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TUJTNELL CItj Editor. S . HEKPATBICK Associate Editor S. F. MATES) Business Manager. E. C SEITZ Daily Circulator ff. B. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the BrotrnTrood PosUffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c ITESDAH'LY 7. 190S. Announcements. The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce the following as candidates -subject to the action of the Democratic primaries: -For District Clerk: TOM LEACH J. FRANK McGRE: For County Clerk: Til AD T. CABLKR -For bounty Superintendent: r . COURTNEY GRAY. ForTpx Assessor: " CHUX BETTIS LESLIE GEORGE ; - . JACK HALL. - . . GUY HILL. ' . . J. H. MILLER. For. Justice Peace Precinct No. 1: G. B. CROSS. At Homes for Customers. ."Shopping at-homes" is the latest Idea of a dressmaker In Paris. The decorations of the hall of her estab lishment are carried out in a Wedge woed design. The balusters are cush ioned with red velvet There is an old ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

i v Holland Rusk I Oc Package. MINT rocery IMPOSSIBLE FORGET. Mr. Lombard Ortalnlw HsA r!- f . ww w ft-" Wt IW I J on Her Hubby's Memory. j A smile lurked at the corners of Mrs. Lombard's mouth as she listened j to the plaint of the school friend whom she had not seen for more thaa tenj years. "I'm afarld dear" she said.j "you'll have to reconstruct some ofi your plans. You see I married a for- getful man too." "Why you told me not ten minutes ago that your husband had nev- yet forgotten your birthday or your wed ding anniversary." cried her friend; "and you told me you'd been married nearly 11 years! That's ever since the year after father took us all abroad." "Yes." said Mrs. Lombard demurely. "I have; that's a long time. Isn't It? But you see one thing was in my favor I was born on the Fourth of July. Mr. Lombard couldn't very well forgpt the national holiday. And as soon as I'd found out how forgetful he was I decided to be married on another boll day." "I suppose as you were ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

m m m m ft ft ft ft ft ft pftK?ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M ft SOMETHING Tfee ;e will be -something interesting at jopr store during the next two irionthsitf the way of bargains Keep your eye on us and when you ant the best goods at the lowest prices come to our store We always protect our customers' interests ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Rogers Drv 3 Goods Go. ! ft ft ft ft Not the noisiest but the busiest store in Brownwoocl. ft ftftftftftftftftMftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft Where Swedenborg Was Burled. Emanuel Swedeaborg. whose re- mains are being removed to Sweden "was buried beneath the Swedish church which adjoins the once notori- ous Ratcliff highway now metamor- phosed Into respectable St. Ceorge BtraeL He lies beside another distin- guished Swede Dr. Solander the dis- ciple of Linnaeus and fellow laborer in botany with Sir Joseph Banks who sent the first lecturer on natural science to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 July 1908

1 ' if I 4 Cold Drinks. Lest y6u forget 'let D- remind you that ve serve the best cold drinks you can get in the town at our sani- tary fount. Our cream' brings new- customers to our place every day. Renfro's. "In Business for Your Health. Dr. R. L. Farris OSTEOPATHIC Physician. Ilarry A. Owsley a bright young man from St.Louisarrived in Brown wood last night for the purpose o taking J. W. Renimington's place with the Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co in this territory. This morning Mr Remrainsrton was mapping out the route for the voung man and .he ex- ncctstto start on the road at onco Mr. Rfcrnmingtoflt will be retjiember- ed wac thrown frOru an auuomouue some tv months agcvand sustained a broken llnib tlfat is sttJl giving him trouble. Hens able to Vet ibout on crutches but the ati ndi&g physician is of the opinion he cannot vb to work for manv months. Mr. Owsley is from Illinois originally and when ho finish ed mapping out the route of Hemming ton's territory he remarked thrt i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

V 1 Z'Si-! '. DAILY BULLETIN. Strong-companies prompt and lib- eral payment of losses. We always keep vour- insurance in force thu3 saving you the trouble of burdening vour mind with it when it expires. E. B. HENLEY & CO U XT mirations when insured with us. Wr jggjjsttmew them at the proper time. E. B. HENLEY &. CO. 'OL.8 BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908. Pages NO. 225 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work THE TENT 1EEMG (JHOWISG IN INTEHKST WITH EACH MtJHT'S SKHVICK. P. X$el;llor Forecast. jnight and Thursday generally fair weather. CLIXE. . Kainiiiir Along Santa Fe. ; Alliums Acquitted. Santa Fe trainmen report thatbhrj 'Ernest Williams who was arraijjn- rains have f alien all the way from ed in city court yesterday on a charge Brownwood to San Anjrelo during the of driving an automobile faster than past two days and that crops are look-1 the speed limit was found not ' guilty ing exceptionally fine. Rain fell yes-! The case ijrew out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

f u - I . - s J HllVTJS TO FARMERS x Now is the time that you realize on your season's work. As you sell your grain stock or ptoduce plae your money on open .account with a reliable bank. Pay your bills by check which makes the best kind of a receipt and avoid the worry and danger attending the carrying of sums of money. Our office is always at the disposal of our customers and Vcountry friends. We accept checks on other banks as deposits the same as if they were cash. We solicit your business and wilVscrve you in every "way consistent with conservative banking. ' Capital and Surplus $200000.00 T. C. YAXTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First TJce President J. A. WALKER Second TIce Preslieat ' MILLARD ROMINES Caster WM. B. CR03S Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. 2 The Daily Bulletin KATES PRDfTDfG CO Props. WILL H. JUTES Managing Editer. C A. TUHXELL CItj Editor. E. E. KISXPATRICK' Associate Editor H. F. KATES Easiness Manager. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. W. B. DDL A Forem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

j if i The Daily Bolletin KATES PBINTDTG CO. Props. IN BATTLE OF LIFE MATTER OF DIET IS MOST 1MPOR- TANT FEATURE. WILL H. KATES Managing Editor. (VA. TUNJfELL City Editor. E DBKPATBICK Associate Editor Consequence the Asiatic with His H. F. KATES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DULA Foreman 3fech. Dept. Diversified Feeding Has Manifest Superiority Over the. White Races of the Earth. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Kail Hatter. WEDNESDAY J FLY S IflOS. A conspicuous factor In the bat tle of life Is omnlvorousness or di versity of feeding. That animal whlchJ has but a single plant for instance which it can use for food may bo ari- Inscription Per Month mJLuZ" ? I for a single season says a writer in the Pacific Era. That which feeds in- discriminately' on all plants will find abundant sustenance under more ad- verse circumstances. That whose stomach receives vegetable or animal food with equal favor has a still bet- ter chance for surviving: a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

Good Things to Eat The considerate buyer wants to know first where he can get good things to eat and next he trania to know where he can get the Cleanest and Pr.cat Otoceries for the money he spends. We invite an im pcciion of our new store believing you will be pleased with to c ppearance. Our clerks are courteous and accommodat- ing. Our pleasure is to pleaseVd satisfy customers. SOME OF OUR EATABLES New Crackers Cakes OlivesWiffed and plain Pickles loose and in glass Canned Goods Fruits. Vegetables Meats Fish Grape Juice Chase and Sanbour's Coffees Teas. HUNTER & HUNITZ REAL BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK Are by No Meant Uncommon In Some Part of the World. " 'Whoa thar" he saye pullln up his boss and then he whines: I 'For the love o charity kind gent would ye be so good as to gimme a crust o' bread for meself and a hand- ful o' oats for the old mare?" " The sailor smiled thoughtfully and tlrred bis Icecream soda with a long spoon. j "Yes Hal" he resumed "there's ac- tual beggars on ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

1 v mitaiiPiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii Tfc w " " " " ' ' ' " " ' ' ' " 1 ' . - - !T II 1 I ! 1 I 2 1 1 en T our Neignoors Rogers never allows any merchant to offer better values than he does. This is par- ticularly true in his Clothing department where he is selling the most dependable the most up-to-date Clothing made- -the 'KUPPENHEIMER' " at prices which are making pefcnple sit tip and take notice. Get right and Vear xthe Kuppenheimer Clothes. Now ia the time to buy while prices are low an A the assortment good. 5 Rogers Dry Goods Co. m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftftMftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft The Orerdraft EtII. By E. H. Archer Cashier Bank of Com- merce Frederick Okla. Of all the vexatious problems the banker has to deal with overdrafts are far and away the most troublesome. They increase the bookkeeper's work the teller's cares and the cashier's worries. Past due notes cause bad dreams and decreasi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 July 1908

Cold Drinks. Lost you forget let us remind you that we serve the best cold drinks you can get in the town at our sani- tary fount. Our cream ."brings new customers to our place every day. Renfro's. "In Business for Your MAKE ICE CREAM FROM WATER and a small quantity of condensed milk if fresh milk cannot be had. RECIPE. 4 pint comlenstvl milk costs . . . .OtV. AW enouch colli water to in.iku ono quart . . 00 Ono 13c. paasre. .IKLL-O' ICK CREA5I l'.ler .13c. Total Mjx all tuget freeze. Don don't add makes two mart lllllllf S lX W minutes U ver I (iuk lyr. I TheGc-.-P Ff M V.. U Riv Y. A H'nltH l I g;m( im m utisi- o HHHMIH995!I3HIMHHINSi8KBH9B3E3 i i lln .l'.lc. thoroughly and at or cook it : else. This dplicious ice small cream in cost. AND.YOU KNOW IT'Si PURE. Five ti'i1 : ("'- tu'j'r fjnJjStrj: pacK.i 'i-s v i . at n: nvors. llluM r;it-(l Kt'i'ijx 1. 1: asks Dr. R. L. Farris OSTEOPATHIC Physician. .'OiUcc over Armstrong's Jewelry Co. Phone 56S JB. E.Bell D I). S. J. D. Procter D. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. -Strong companies prompt and lib- eral payment of losses. We always- keep vo'ur insurance in force thu3 Saving vou the trouble of burdening your mind with it when it expires. E.B. HENLEY & GO You do not have to watch your ex- pirations whan insured with us- Wo always renew them at the proper time. E. B. HENLEY 8c CO. VOL. 8 BROWN WOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 9 1908. Pages NO. 226 Rankin Sheet MetalWorks I STQREYSELEGTEDiO" c E j High Grade PlMing I 1 Sheet Metal andTin Work 1 ' ' I t. ; TO KILL ( II IK OF St'IEM'E T DANIEL RAKER COLhEW:. RETURNS TO HIS ALMA MATER oreoas Tonight and Friday gen Irally fi fair weather. CL1XE. Waiting on Casing. The drillers at the Ellis well on the Slough have temporarily suspended operation pending the' arrival of a shipment of casing -which is already past due. The indications are that a flow of oil will be struck in .the strat- um through which the drill is now passing and the driller wants to case off the water before he goes into t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1908

IT Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Should be borne in mind that saving money is the start towards wealth. Every man CAN'T get rich but everyone can save something. No matter how small your income may be if you make up your mind to lay up a part of your earnings every week it may RAIN and then rain some more but with a snug .little sum to your credit in-the bank you can laugh at hard times and' poverty. .While the sun of prosperity is shining is the time to save for the rainy days that are ALWAYS bound to come. We can help you save. Si. 00 will start an account with us. We furnish a bank book free of charge. Start an account with us now. T. :. VANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Vice President J. A. WALKER Second Yice President MILLARD ROJIIXES.'CusLJer WM. II. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. I. FORI) Assistant Cashier. The Daily Bulletin MAYES FEIXTLXG CO Props It doesn't take the fertile soil of the tiugbisbed himself in the lobbv of the I Brownwood country lout; to res-pond J Driscoll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1908

IT- I I f f Patronize Home ft People 1 0ft41lA LllVHjf IUlUe here and help tit bud up the town uar laurfdr-y work is Idr equal to anv F Ht't else- where. l.ltV ml rannrlmr vJ vIlVUllt'jLUUUUI J . Phonll38 I Thru Slebpier Chicago VIA aves ( lenai-ije Ck lrvNirht j it!on tares eiy low this year to Colorado California and Great Lake Region. Harvey Meals En Route rtte for a cat Ion booklets-t hey are free - S. KEEN AN PA. Galeston. 1 Can 'J Don't you thin Would be a wnole trouble and a yreat convenient for you take care of your pugjjy for you than for it yourself? I : 1 I am now kick cjl myoldplacgafa i . i . a fcd better than ever prepared to look after jour noeo in he liverv line. Mv liow jre the bet. my bujrries ii"w k od eervUiiiV!f in Hrt cla-s I f u a pe. For that i inula y r me. ji ijetyoift' ri at my stable. Jewy Miiler. 30NT tf tme call for it. or rinir our X f WiIJ iteJUfr it. J- i 7 T ? ' f : e Daily Bulletin is 50c a month bsworthy's Stable Will vour apprcc ate for orders .1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1908

1 Tfae Daily Bulletin P E 3B 3E 31 Abused English Some special Bargains MAYES PBIXTIXG CO. Props. Diction on the Stage and Off Is Lamentably Bad WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C. Ju'TUSSELL City Editor. E. KLBKPATBJCK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. in High Grade Pianos. E. C SEITZ Dally Circulator. YY. B. DULA Foreman Mecb. Dept. By OTIS SKINNER. Distinguished Actor and Greatest "Reader" on American Stntfe. wsi t m 1 is Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mall Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c THI KSDVY. .Il'I.V !. 1JHIS. Announcements. The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce the following as candidates ' . Vsttliject to the action of the Pejiiocratie .- .""primaries: .For district Clerk: . tqm leaoik . : :." .t. frank Mcgke. :y:FbrCiStmv Clerk: :'; ' T il A D T. C ABLER fKoy-Cminty Superintendent: ; ;; ' courtxky gray.- . ;;lFor:!EfSc Assessor: -'"' CITCX BETTIS. . LES LIE G EORG K - V - JACK HALL. GUY HILL. J. II. MILLER. ".IFor. Justice Peace Pre...

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