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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 May 1904

i anyoii City New THH NKWS Office For JOB WOKK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1904. NO. 10. TP 4! THE MYSTERY OF GRASLOV By Ashley Towne Copiiydf, loot hy Charhn It. Ethcriiirftm 0 Si;?: SYNOPSIS OF The Mystery of Graslov CHAPTER I. Prince Neslerov wants to marry Frances Gordon, the charming; daughter of an American win) Is building; the Tmnssiborian railroad. Frances is interested In the fortunes of Valdiinir l'anltoff, a stalwart Russian blacksmith. She asks Neslerov to use his inlluence for Valdiinir. II. Neslerov tfoes to Vul dimir's hut. The blacksmith has talent and shows Nerlerov 11 picture he has painted. It Is the portrait of a woman of rank copied from a min iature. The prince is excited and asks for the original. Valdimirs fa ther says it hus heen lost. To Valdi inir old l'aulpoff confesses that he lied to Neslerov and still has the miniature. III. Xeslerov has the 1'aulpoffs sent to Siberia as nihilists. IV. Frances Go...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 May 1904

in itJML bt, i. A STORE PEOPLE!! S I y FOR THE XLhc Douse fvom which the new things Gome j bvokubd! A store that serves you as satisfactorily when you want inexpensive merchandise of reliable quality as it does when you desire the finest and costliest goods made. It occupies a correspond ing position in this mercantile world of ours because it deserves to do so. It strives continually to improve the store service, to elevate the standard of merchandising, to make the store more helpful and more beneficial to its patrons in every way; to sell the best class of goods at lowest prices SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR There are so many things in our stock for the wear of Spring and Summer, that Ladies are able to find just what they want. They have a novelty and brightness about them which, together with the fact that all the late ideas in weave and pattern may be seen, makes them desirable. We have Laces, Lawns, Linens, Muslins, Dimities, Silks, Tweeds and Voiles that we would like to show you. ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 May 1904

Local. H. E. Hume came down from Amarillo Monday. Get your Bicycle repaired at Merrill's shop. Earl Cobb went down to Pecos Monday, to be gone about a month. A new lot of Mattings just re ceived at Thomas Bros. Price Dockery and family arriv ed here last Sunday from Oklaho ma Territory. Mrs. Sevall, of Amarillo, visited friends and relatives in town this week. A. N. Henson went to Portales the first of this week on busi ness. The extravagance has been squeezed out of all prices at Thomas Buos. Futniture. Mrs. Mamie Clemmer, of Benton, Tenn., came in this week for a visit to her brother, J. D. Gamble. Sam Milliken, an experienced boot and shoemaker, is again at the bench with J. H. Dunbar. Rev. Richardson, pastor of the M. E. church at Denton, was in town Tuesday and Wednesday, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bates. Sheriff Upfold. Tax Assessor Luna and Attorney Rollins were in Amarillo this week attending to some business matters. John Crawford returned Monday from Yuma, Arizona. He s...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 May 1904

The Mystery 01 Graslov JCnnt Imtctl from 1st pap. i hi s:owni merit -f t lit province n tin1 oilier ll:e iiviti hmhiis nl" l Ii- frmeiu or" Inmselioltl. The iIk'iik upon tin lefr. i:nliiu to the rcicil inn iimm. (lie Knvcriinr's liiolil.-llii' S'frit t : 1 1 i li ti I t :iml I lie tlin In? room, were closctl. Two of those on tin.' ri-'.it were upeii. In one room llicre w.'ik n lislii, mimI fiom it cum tlx" snbibleil niccs of Iwn nii'ii :ititl the cxlor of toli:u-i-o. Tin- oilier rooui was d.uk. Tlie princess iciiteinbtTctl these room!. Slj4 li.itl seen ll;eni in Per in Kpcctit;ii of tin' p;i!nec. That from whii-h runt' tin1 vtiiceit :nul in whicli :i built v:is burn in;; was 1 hi tif!iec of tho tii:pt-l'inlf litlcut of pellcc. Tho one next to it was a smaller room, cniituvtcil wilh tin oiiior hy dour, wli'uli was loekeil. This small room hal been in ti'inh'il for mi otlice. hut was now usctl for tin purpose of storim; hooks, rec ords, police material ami tlesks It was part of I!"' s...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 May 1904

Ca New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK myoti ADVERTISE It Iii THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1904. NO. 11. City THE MYSTER OF GRASLOV Coiiright, KM. bu Charlc It. Ethcrimjtnn mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m m m A TKIllfllll.l-: MTI.AIION. Lllh palace iif Hie governor of 'I'liinsli was Itrilliiintly lighted, :inl t-aiTiugcK crowded tin plaza hol'nrc it. !ayly uni formed ollicers mid fashionably attired Indies passed from lliem into the sp:l clous munis I he governor liimself wns .-it Ids host :iiid was proud of t lis lien III dill relative lor whom he li.'ld Riven this suddenly arranged reccp lion Princess Oljjn, who Imd slept, innel) of the day nl'ler her weary in;; cxpcri enees 01 ine lUfjiif neiore, slioweil no effects of her exhaustion, hut received the miosis with that eiilniness, thut gueeidy style, wldeli wns nil her own. The garrison Imiiil hlarcd its Kussian music, :i nd the atmosphere in the rooms wns laucu Willi peri lime. It WMS a Ktrane and...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 May 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. UKAMION, I'rop. W AUERJt. BRANDON, Kditor. A Wevkiy newspaper levot'i to tht IntnwtH of Randall county and published itt office on West Evelyn St. Canyon ('ity, everv Friday. l'aHTn wnt out of the comity promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. The daily press of Wednesday reported i.ooo, Japs killed and wounded and tke Russian loss at 3,000 men in a land atfck made on Port Arthur by the Japanese. The war reports in. the newspapers are 'veally" getting interesting. A Fine Kit 1 11 SUBSCRIPTION. five Year SIM Six months,.. : 10 Hnnounccmcnt Kates. POSITIVELY IN" ADVAM'i:. Dixtrk-t otliccs $10 mi rillo. County Office . (mi Precinct Office .1 00 tegTltne don't asK for credit on announcements. announcement. COUNTY TICKET. For County Jtidfre J. M. VANS A NT. JOHN ROGERS. G. G. FOSTER A. N. HENSON, (For He-Election I For County and District Clerk ly J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. N. II A Kill SON For Tax Assessor C. H. HITCHCOCK, P. II. YOUNG, J. T. JOWELL...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 May 1904

A." ' THE .CLOSING . OF SCHOOL 4 The Commencement exercises for the closing of Canyon City .High School began last Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. with a ser mon by Rev. J. D. Ballard, at '.the M. E. church. Though apparently suffering great physical weakness from his recent attack of la grippe, the speaker delivered the dis course in such an impressive manner that the ilower-laden words of the "silver-tongued orator" would not have appealed more strongly to the apprecia tive audience. The text chosen for the occasion was from Phillipians 4:8, and Psalms 119:59. The expressive theme of "The Merit of Thought" was naturally derived tromthe read ing ot these scriptures. That man was a thinking being, whether he will or no; that after acquiring a government over our thoughts our dispositions will be suitable to that which we most frequently think on; for the soul is, as it were, tinged with the color and complexion of its own thoughts. That man should elevate his thoughts from the things of ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 May 1904

BREAD, BVTTER and A FRIEND By HENRY LUK, Ihickett. wo h:ivc .1 clew to .'! si'iisiitiotiiil si my. 'I lif , people's names nri' Kiclutxind, ;itnl there Jin- to l sin i-pu-PUP' ;inl !i si ;mkI:iI dial will -li:ike ii flii- town," I Im city editor ! tlir ;i(.l- Kit ill. "AihI incidentally ruin two or three people's reputations, so Im- c. -ireful of the fuels." Ilie immayint: editor salil. Henry Haekett was receh in;; instruc tions to i-over tin- chief news story of the day. Hackett. tall. ruddy, full of iidirat'e to i-ope with almost any phys leal problem, was always making ex-jM-rinients in the philosophy of human life, lie was a fairly well trie man on the staff of the ;iiitie and had the rep utation of never having failed to secure a story to w hieii he was assigned. "Hold up your reputation and make two "columns of Lite affair. (live us a breezy account of Kicliuiond's manipil lallnu of the tunnel stoek as well. Von have just time to lind hint at his home iM-fori; our last i-ditio...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 June 1904

i City New THE NEWS : Office Tor ' JOB. WORK ! ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1904. NO. 12. Catiyoi (r 11 DC THE MYSTERY OF GRASLOV ft TO Comrtoht, loot Cliarte 11. EtltcriiiuUin 45? 42f J"i2? 45." .S S 8H8f gr 2 3 a a CIIAPTEIt XIV. our or TIIK CHAINS. TIIK lmiTor of t lie situation was so jrrent tliiit Princess Olga's lii'iiin could not accept it nil at mice. Not only was she lost, lint there was a certainty that If she was rescued sin; would also lie- discovered in this net against tin rule of Neslerov. Powerful as was Iier family, she was now abso lutely at the mercy of the governor of Tomsk, whom she knew to lie merci less. Who could ever know. that Prin cess Olga. the rich and beautiful Nesle rov, died in the dungeons under her cousin's palaee? To her vivid imagination already the horrors of starvation loomed up. To lie In that cold, dark place and suffer and slowly waste away, to lose her mind, to rave In madness all these?...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 June 1904

ARE YOU GOING- TO THE FAIR? Hf so now is tbe time to oecioe wbat ou tntenb TlBlearing! We have tried to anticipate your needs and we believe that an examination of our stock will con vince you that we have succeeded. For the next month we have decided to place on sale season able merchandise at prices that you can't afford to overlook. This month's bargain story will be one to interest every buyer of Dry Goods and wearing apparel. With the closing day of May the Spring season ended. We are determined to close out all Spring stock in order to be ready for the Summer campaign, which opens with the early days of June. Examine carefully the following: DRY CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER R. BRANDOS. Editor. A Weekly newspajer devoted to the Interests of Randull county and published at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City, every Friday. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six monihs 50 announceme...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 June 1904

! iiSSTSocirBn z G. A. B. World's Fair. ' Although iccomplete the World's Pair at the present time far surpasses anything of the kind yet had in the history of man. Admirably situated on high ground in west St. Louis, the site includes as much terri tory as did the great fairs of Paris, Chicago, Oraabaand Buf falo combined. It is a city ol palaces, a wonderland that in appearance from many points of observation, eclipses even the most extravagant creations of the Arabian Nights. The ar chitecture of the immense palaces, man' of them covering from fourteen to twenty acres, is of the beautiful Venetian type and when taken in connection with the great plazas with their historical statutary, the cement connecting walks, the fountains, trees, shrubbery and flowers of every variety and hue the effect on the average mind must recall the wildest dreams of fairyland. A daytime stroll along the ce ment laid streets of this won derful city taking barely an ex terior view of its numerous palace...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 June 1904

The Mystery o Craslov (CitntimtiHl (mm 1st ;rt.) a laniciu alnl iu"ishI tiirouii trie iron flite r went down I lit' Mail and tlnuiii'li 1 lt i:iss:iii. which In- knew well. Id Hit- ilun'iiii lie t ii 1 t cil ;inil Mood horror stricken :il l In- empty chain htms'-ug ' nu llie wall. W illi fear in liis In in I In- crept hack to ( In lairs. (.'Iaiiciu; iictvoiisly around liliu. fur In knew I In- Ktiriilli of llic Amcri ran. NrsliTiiv. (o whom he wont, look ed in surprise hi In- ashen fair. "Curses upon us all'" said .1 ;i nsK v hoarsely. "They are kiiih-!" Jansky looked sheepishly .-it llir snv. cinor. :iinl Neslcrov looked lit Jansky like an nnjiry wolf lliiiii-' I'-nlli prisoners gone;" crod tin- governor. "Is lliis true'r" "I'nfortiimitcly -llie tiling I thought impossible is a fact." N'cslcrov's fact- was vhiti "I thought - you tnlil nie they wore both In chains!" la- sa hi. his voice ttraincd ami tense. "I iliil. nml It wan truo. With my own hands I chained tin-in. The American wa...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 June 1904

New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1904. NO. 13. V F ARE YOU GOING TO THE FAIR? Canyon City ITf 60 now ts tbe time to fcectbe wbat ou We have tried to anticipate your needs and we believe that an examination of our stock will con vince you that we have succeeded. For the next month we have decided to place on sale season able merchandise at prices that you can't afford to overlook. This month's bargain story will be one to interest every buyer of Dry Goods and wearing apparel. With the closing day of May the Spring season ended. We are determined to close out all Spring stock in order to be ready for the Summer campaign, which opens with the early days of June. Examine carefully the following: DRY m tsi. t& Gi &i & & c THE MYSTERY OF GRASIOV Copyright, Wot by Charles B. EUicrinytnn chapter xvi. MAMMA PAULPOFF AVENGED. IT was midnight In Tomsk, and the palace of the governor was still. ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 June 1904

a CANYON.. CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER It. URANt)(), IMitor. A wkl,v newspaper di-voU'd t1 tin? InU'retita of KhikIuII county iind publiHhod at oUld' on West Evelyn Ft. Cnn.voa Clt.v, every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1.00 Six months r() Hnnounccmctit "Kates. IX POSITIVELY District OHiccH I ounty OfficcK tm , surr0undint:s J'rennct Ollucs w ADVAXCK. $10 w f RANDOM THOUGHTS, f o S G. A. B. (World's Fair.) In the general view of the Fair under this heading last week nothing was said about the music. It's, there, all kinds I of it, and given by all sorts of people. Seated on the grand plazas while the mind through the sense of sight is taking im pressions ot the magnihcent the chords of the fcTjTlt'HKi' don't ask fur credit on announcements. announcements. (.Of XT Y TICKET. Yu r Con n t y .1 u d .c .1. M. VAXSAXT. JOIIX lUKJEKS. J. tJ. FOSTKK A. X. HKXSOX. (For He-Election i For County and District Clerk L. J. SCOTT. .1. A. TATE. C. X. IIAKIU For Tiis Assessor C. II. ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 June 1904

s X Local. II; A. Nobles and two little sons were down from Amarillo the latter part of last week. W. H. Hicks is having1 a new windmill erected on his premises this week. Lee Shililett will pay 9 cents per dozen for eggs, $3 to $4 per doz for hens and 15, 20 and 25 cents each or fryers. Canyon City, Texas. Mrs. D. M. Stewart returned home Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Denton county. It won't hurt you to look over our stock and get our prices, and it may do you j;ood. THOMAS HKOS. List your lands with 13 1:1 K & Rollins for sale or exchange for lands elsewhere. L. S. Kinder Esq., of Plainview, passed through town Monday on his way home from a visit to the World's Fair. Walter R. Brandon, the Junior and local editor of the News, left Wednesday morning on a visit to relatives and friends at the old home, Burnet and Lampasas. Several Northwestern buyers have been skirting around the vi cinity this week. They are in the market for 2-year old steers. Wils...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 June 1904

BROUGHT HER TO TERMS. Th Winning Play of th Suitor Who Had Been Rejected. "1 understood you to say that you reject me," he said. "Your understanding is correct," ehe replied, "although somewhat blunt. 1 feel that I cannot marry you." She took u step forward and gen tly touched his arm. A tear was in her eye. "I'm so sorry," she said. Something in her voice made him straighten up. He had not asked for sympathy. He resented it so suddenly that it was as if some out side power had taken possession of him. He felt mad right through. "You needn't be." he renlied. "Why should you he? If you en tertain the slightest notion that I'm going to jump off the dock or ruin my life dismiss it at once. There are, I can assure you, worse things than being a bachelor. In the first place, there are no enormous bills to pay. Then, a man can go and come as he pleases, without let or hin drance. Instead of being bound down to one woman, subject to her whims, her idle fancies, he is free for all. He can p...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 June 1904

Canyon City New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In- ' THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. NO. 14. ARE YOU GOING TO TH FAIR? Iff so now is tbe time to oectoe wbat oti tnteno TODlearmg! We have tried to anticipate your needs and we believe that an examination of our stock will con vince you that we have succeeded. For the next month we have decided to place on sale season able merchandise at prices that you can't afford to overlook. This month's bargain story will be one to interest every buyer of Dry Goods and wearing apparel. With the closing day of May the Spring season ended. We are determined to close out all Spring stock in order to be ready for the Summer campaign, which opens with the early days of June. Examine carefully the following: DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Oxfords for waists, worth 15c, at I2)s'c Poplin Rayee tor waists, worth 25c, at 20c French Flaked suiting, worth 50c, at 40c French Flaked Suiting, worth 40c, at 30c Pongee S...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 June 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. ;i;0. A. ItUAXDON, IVop. WALTKR It. 1!K.VM)I)N, IMitor. A Weekly llcwspajwr devoted toj the interest of Kuudull county and j iniblished it tifi'irt' on West l'velvn 1 St. Cuuyoii Cit.v, cery Friday. 1 Wliat tion comes and along its route the rest is easy. This immigration tide is set tiny in tor this year and it is un to the real estate men of the Plains to say whether or not anv of it shall come this wav. ay those of Randall k 4 Paper Bent out or tin' county promptly discontinued n';. cxpirat in;-; of time paid for. county about it': A THRIVING BUSINESS. SUBSCRIPTION. ! il fife Year, SI. 00 j The "damage suit industry. " as Six months SO j it has been aptly termed, is grow-j "ir- . . -! ing to alarming proportions in this! announcement "Rates. Is,ate ;md k is hi-h time thJt this! j business, as now conJucteJ, shculdl come in tor a little sober thought on the part of all good citizens. Take POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE. District Offices $10 (Ml County Offices ." (M 1'reci...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 June 1904

Local. Ur. Howell returned Monday from a business trip to Terrell. . ' This office lias two pretty kittens to give away. Coal tar, Ixlii clear s i. poplar at Hurton-Lingo's. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Donohoo re turned Sunday from Beaumont. Mrs. Roland and daughter, Miss L'thel, of Amarillo, came in Sunday and are quests at the West House. For Sale or Kent The Dr Crawford residence, this office. PROGRESS. Apply at Children Day services at the Presbyterian church Sunday at n o'clock. livery body invited. List your lauds with Uvik & Rollins for sale or exchange for lands elsewhere. Miss Helen Stoddard, Prc-sidt-nt of the W. C. T. U., will be in Canyon City sometime in Septem ber. It won't hurt you to look over our stock and get our prices, and it may do you good. THOMAS I5KOS. Reuben String fellow, o rillo, was in town Sunday. Ama- Wilson has look through. Kacket goods, Dame Humor has it that Uncle Sam is considering the canyon about Iiarrel Springs as a Park proposition. The Canyon City ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 June 1904

Tile Mystery of Craslov ftontiniieil from let iinw. "NUIioIh Xet-lerov. what have you to nay!" flaked the governor general. "It is a lit-." sai.I Nicholas. "Vuur win Mce does not Imlicntc !t. I Im'IUmp t'.ilvi is the truth. You are a prWoner! Call the it!ii-er of the jrrardr "I am here, your excellency T' "This licuti -mint." mi id Olga. "whose name I do not know. Assisted me in freeing the prince from the dungeons tinder this palace. 1 told him he would be n captain." "Your naiueV said the governor fenernl. "Onnidoff." "Cnptain OrmidolT. conduct this pris cner to the same dungeon in which he had eotiflned the prince, and see that List Of Lands And Lots Delinquent On March 31, 1904, For The Taxes Of 1903, Only, XAMK (H OWXICK LAND IN RANDALL COUNTY. TOWN OH CITY LOTS STATIC TAXES COUNTY TAXES Totul Taxes Jennings. II. (). Molyncnux 1V1 Son McDnde. C. V rintmrger. S. (i. 42 . LIS. filial" 1 SI Dallas Land Cat tie Co :SI!l.. l'inlev. W. II :is (iant. J. II (!Mt.... 1.v:lo.Vt... I.V.-I...

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