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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

nMM^i ft •*. ■t.s r—7' Yoi.tMK VIII £Tbe Blto -Herald. Ciilcrdl jimiHirvi.x. IK)I. at ihc Alio, Tt'.xa iVtioMro. os&u & Mali Mailer A, lof< i<irr.«.v Miirrh.v 1*7-1 AtTO; TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUtY 3r, 1908. Mimukr A /O r n rsr! lOlAirJinnA Oaln c\-i H I i Oummon P k flIISllMGOOtfS J* 4 Desiring to make room for my Fall Stock, I am now putting on sale all my Spring and Summer Goods in k ^ store <it Prices Less I han YVholcs&lc c^osl*. I can easily afford to do this, as I purchased the |\ ^ Summers & Musick stock at more than 25 per cent otf wholesale prices, and any one can readily see that I 4, 2 can sell these goods at less figures than wholesale cost, and still come out wholes I am giving the buyer the r I benefit of this 25 per cent discount from wholesale cost, and in many cases will sell even lower than this .< ]£ — f $2 25 y 75c V so,- r \ One lot Men's S3 50 Shoes for I 50 Men's Shoes for ■A 2 00 Ladies' Shoes for yi 1 50 Ladies' Shoes for * Odds and end...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

/ " 'it / X. WwSBSaSM r-Vr *T# """v... r, <■"•" •«""?• "Wd Lk jr I r *r*$f the: alto herald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, t i:\as Canton has tewer than 500 foreign real den is. 'Tis said this will be u record year for mosquitoes In Jersey. In other words, It's to be a hummer. Thank heaven, our presidential cam- paigns have never been complicated by a poem from the mill of Alfred Austin. A Philadelphia girl bought 32 shirt waists at one time. And then people talk about the women going daffy over the directolre gown. In the French schools In Algiers and Tunis the Arabic boys sit with the French In school, but out of school they do not mix much. Again the experts are pointing to the dangers that lurk In the Ice cream dish, but we are raising a generation of courageous voting women. An old fashioned plow on the side- walk in front of a store in Hey street, New York attracted a crowd. One nan asked how It was used. The fact that Castro's pictures make him look a little like John Ph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

! W) K y, INTERNATIONAL PEACE SIXTEEN COUNTRIES HAVE REF- RESENTATIVES PRESENT, KING AND QUEEN ATTEND GIRL SEES BROTHER DROWNED. TYPHOID FEVER DISCUSSED. King of England Delivers an Address in Which He Expresses Gratifi- cation.—Queen Pleased. London, July 28.—Thi; seventeenth universal peace conference organized by Society of Friends, assembled ai Canton Hall here today. Over 100 so- cieties in sixteen countries are In at- tedance. Edwin M Mead and BenjamTn r\ Trueblood were prominent among the American delegation. Tie' Hlshop of Carlisle, president of Hie congress, in his speech, said: "Nothing lias Impeded national pros- perity so much as partisan strife and blind antagonist) ." King Edward and Queen Alexandria received the delegates at Bucklnbhaui palace at noon, The delegation pre- sented an address to which the king replied as follows: "It gives me great pleasure to wel- come you, the representatives of the universal congress of peace, and re- ceive your address. There Is noth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

"w s*myw* ••' • "• ■ i M1 ? — fl IE ALTOUEJl A LI) MCC1 URE S> MCCLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHES^ ADVERTISING RATtS, I,oc ai. Kv.ankks -Pive cellts per line each insertion. Notices ol en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where nil admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ot respect, card of thanks, etc., half price. Obitucries over 100 words in leii.nlh, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry jc a line. Rates for display advertising given on application. SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year $ i oo Six Months 5° Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. shipments, stating that "a car of Elbertas from the Morrill Orchard company, of Morrill, Texas, was the finest ever re- ceived in St. Louis, and ran from 1 a to 14 peaches t<> the basket." It's all a mistake about a blacksmith shop being for rent at Cumby, Texas. ANOUNCEMENTS announcement fees. Announcement tecs payable strictly in advance--no exceptions....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

V — i_ ■hti. \/ "w >1 When You Examine Into the Meritsof % erchandise £ You can very easily discern their superiority. Our Merchandise is not excelled for the money, t and it will pay the investigator. Our business is honest, and our business methods arc honest, and when you exchange your hard earned dollars for our goods you get an honest deal ^ _ Jv ..All Summer Goods at Reduced Prices ^ Our lake a look al those, and sec what bargains wc arc offering 75 PIECES PRINTS—ALL NEW TO GO AT 6c 500 Doz. Willimantic 6-Cord Thread AT ONLY 4c W1 * K fa t Wc have everything else in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hots, Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Ouecnsware at as low prices }* New Wilson Sewing Machine 1 he kind your mother used—the Machine that — oou don't have to spend three or four dollars \ * every month or fwo to keep in repair. Jake one on trial, and see for yourself what we arc talking rY 114 1 .- full rtf J iKL« ...J ' I I . A A ' A ' 1 ,« I •<< ' I Our stock is full of good things, and we ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

w 7 ■uhmm 2*"~' "T HMW i.m I 11 > I-- 'f#; >T'VV'/. ' , C' &>' t v!f Millie Who Is that awfully freckled ttlrl on tho horse" Tillie Why, that's Miss Gotrox. She has several millions in her own name. ItiIHe—So? My I Aren't her freckles becoming? CUTICURA CURED FOUR Southern Woman Suffered with Itch. ing, Burning Rash—Three Little Babies Had Skin Troubles. "My baby had a running sore on his neck and nothing that I did for it took •offi-ot. until I used Cuticura. My face was nearly full of tetter or some sim- ilar skin disease. It would itch and burn so that 1 could hardly stand it. Two cakes of Cuticura Soa|i and a box >f Cuticura Ointment cured me. Two years after it broke out on my hands and wrist. Sometimes 1 would go nearly crazy for it itched so badly. I vent back to my old stand-by, that had never failed me one set of Cuti- •iira. Remedies did th>• work. One set also cured my uncle's baby whose head was a cake of sores, and another baby who was in the same fix...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

•. 'li M ,1 NEWS FHOM | OVER TEXAS Frank Uennett, 18 years old, was drowned in the Brazos river near Waco Saturday. A movement is on foot to establish a college in West Texas which will he affiliated with Texas Christian Univer- sity at Waco. There seems to he some prospect that oil or gaa will be snick in pay- ing quantities in or near Marshall in the near future. Ed Terrell, a nemo about 3!> years of age, was assaulted and badly hurt Friday night, the weapon of the as- sailant being an ax. News has been received of the death at I/os Angeles, Cal., of George Bor- deaux, for many years a prominent citizen of Palestine, Texas. A 14-year-old boy named Cadell was fatally shot Thursday near Sparks, live miles south of Temple. Bracken Lewis, a farmer, is under arrest. Dannie Mltchel, a young man, resid- ing at Iredell, shot and killed himself Tuesday, a 44-caltbre pistol being used. No motive Is known for the act. In a runaway R. I,. Moody, 40 years of age, who lived near Josephine, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 July 1908

ma / . & /T\ N ' I 4 \ WM i - \ V ' m M ml Ppsanr $ Women ^ P * . \ •■ ■■ *«. P "i 51 j iho'ii.. ?i A'is t'frrw: f .^i&rSCR ,j.irOT a W I' ( vor' l'< )1! • i.-nn; :•! 5 film • n, H ' ic tS a|i i.ivci' Complaints I rrison, Hon a- ;f| I !r sc V ' p.. I Dfl ^ J B i $ Penny Wise and" ^oiind Foolish. The Austin Statesman won- ders why people will spend money foolishly for doctors hills and days of suffering, all from mosquito bites, when prevention is so easy. It says: "Tlu; upse/uito is, tlie doc- tors tell us, conducive o mis- er}' (and this we know) and the sickness (and this we have | every reason to believe); so j why tolerate them? By con- certed action and ail organized | movement upon ,.the part of the public authorities, whose duty it is to'conserve the hap- | piness, and protect and pro- i mote the health of their sub- Meets and tliii. niosq'uito will be I no more in this laud ot the ' free and home of the brave. We could never understand why so many dollars are ex- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

m j STbe Blto IHerald, VOLUMK VIII January^ v'l'XM, ot Ifu'. Alto. Texa Postorflce <uSecon>*1iiss Moll Matter Act of ALTO, TEXAS, FRJDAY, AUGUST 7, 19X MOffti J, I579 Number 35 The Clearance Sale Still Continues > At Robt. Fisher's Big Dry Goods House and attracts the attention of all bargain loving buyers^The low prices now being quoted here have never been equalled in AltoofThe goods must be closed out, and sacrifices are being made dailv to this W I ■ One lot Men's $3 50 Shoes for $2 50 1 50 Men's Shoes for 1 00 2 00 Ladies' Shoes for 1 50 1 50 Ladies' Shoes for 1 00 Odds and ends at your own price 1000 yds 12l't and 10c Figured Lawns at 7'iC Standard Calicoes 5j^c Men's Clothing at from 33 to 50 per ct discount Ti le lot Summer Belt Pants 75c and $1 Seven i^inch Bain Wagons $62 50 FINE LOT MEN'S HATS. Men's Thoroughbred Hats fpr $2 25 Splsi Everywhere for $2 50 One lot Men's SI Shifts for 75c 75c Men's Shirts for 50c Big Stock Men's and Boys Clothing and Pants At extrao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

i®'-"" .f1- r'p k ' "/I WW* fpS^ ■'-,.'W>-— ' —J J |! Pi 1 n i THE. ALTO HERALD UtiUUIING AT AUSTIN U- T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AI/I'O, - - KN AS FRANK GLOVER SUSTAIN8 TWO PI8TOL BULLET WOUNDS. Almost every one can afford now to be a vegetarian. Elephants arc being employed In Paris ns "sandwlchmen" to advertise a music-hall in the Champs liiysoes. Doubtless the young man at the .soda fountain thinks It Is on account of his personal charms that the girls come flocking. A Chicago woman attorney ha* just received a fee of $30,000, but that Is no reason why women should become disgusted with housework. A Niagara Falls man proposes to shoot the whirlpool rapids in a canoe, but It Isn't likely that anyone will care to risk her sofa pillows with him. New York is to have the highest building in the world High finance in that town has got so that it isn't sat- isfied with present accommodations. A skyscraper ill! stories high Is <o bo built in New York. If this thing keeps on we sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

1. 'Jp THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOMF. AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Concerned Compilation of Currerv.' News Domcstio and Foreign. A fire in Chicago Monday caused damage to the amount of $1,500,000. Bomb throwers Friday night at- tempted to wreck the banking house of Salvatore D. Auria In Newark. They did not succeed, but managed to blow up the big stone stoop leading to the bank. A telegram was received in Dallas Wednesday from Lake Charles, La., to the effect that Percy O'Beirne, a trav- eling man of the former city, had been seriously injured in an accident at that place. A surveying corps of fifteen men un- der the direction of Civil Engineer Cunningham of St. Ixmls started Wed- nesday morning to make the survey for the proposed Fort Worth-Mineral Wells lnterurban line. The Chinese steamer Ying King, en- gaged in local passenger trade, near Canton, foundered during a typhoon. Three hundred Chinese are known to be drown...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

m , f WdS® M "< ';: -2fK . ~ I T. - I. * *• ■ Carhartt, Overalls \KT ±r>A All men who are interested in Working W antea Clothes to call at our store and inspect the Carhartt Brand. they have arrived! A large consignment of the justly celebrated Carhartt Brand of Overalls. Union made by union maids for union men. Made in an honorable Waylittle larger, a little stronger |nd d little better tliah all other brands, and sold oh their merits, Price $1.Q? Buy the genuine CARHARTT✓✓.'accept no substitute. We are exclusive agents for this locality, and invite ypn to call and inspect the line. Can furnish tnefri ixi any size, Irom the least to the largest BIG LINE OF LION SPECIAL and BIG BEAR HATS JUST RECEIVED In all the Latest Novelties. New line of Silve* Collars m the very latest cuts. They are <he best in towrf We sell STAR BRAND SHOES Are Better, in all lasts and sizes, . . . When you want honest values, leave your cash with us. M V* 1 I 1/ V I l V/ 'V v ■ i "v^ v j AND OVERALL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

* "l.i __ **m Swann Hats are Ahead! | * ( « • ? ♦ ' . "T" f t the election 15 ^Vfer, and SWANN HAT£ rari sqlar ahead of all others that they were elected as being the NEWEST, NOBBIEST and BEST LiN6 on the market. When you see thjS, &eit Soft's line of Swann Hats you'll be sorry that you haven't been wearing them before, but jt's never tc8 late. 16 mend. Buy a SWANN now, just by way of comparison, and then^we'lThave ^oul Hat businfcli. Our liri e is lull &f everything in New Shapes. Just let us show you what you — —- r.- ■, mr.n11— pi !■ f m —■— — 1 *—• want, for less mohey than our competitors ALEXANDER & KING ■NV /•* -l" « • * • " i Notice Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 .; WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4^ miles west of Alto, on llie fourth Saturday nights in each month. Ali \V<j*>dmen invited. f. D. BODENHK1MER, C. C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk Happenings f'hone Mike for what II need. All kinds cold drinks at Jim Berry Irian's ice house. ■ /• **' . n ii * Born,'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

m A 1 ' rf V.' i . 1 |pP |g>.-.w i EM 0 fj m- m ,.. % Farmers Educational This woman says she was saved from an operation l y Lydiu IS. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. LenaV. 1 lenry, of Norristown, Ga., writes to Mrs. i'iukham: " I suffered untold misery from fe- male troubles. My doctor sai«! no opera- tion was the only chance I hud, and I dreaded it almost as much us death. 44 One day I read how other women had been cured by Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, nnd I decided to try it. Before I hud tnWcn the first bottle I was better, and now 1 aui en- tirely cured. 44IIvery woman Miffering' with any female trouble should take Lydia L. Fink ham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SBCK WOMEN. For thirty years I.ydia li. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, lias been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively on red thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

& / a-* |HP V % k'jfj >jjp I DRINKS THAT COOL SAVED AT THE CRISIS. j Delay Meant Oeath from Kidney j Troubles, ( PLEASANT BEVERAGES FOR HOT SUMMER DAYS. Lime or Lemon Squash It Mo«t Re- freshing— lend Chocolate Pal- atable for Thoee Who Havo a Sweet Tooth. I.imp or lemon squaMi is one of the most refreshlnK of the easily made summer drinks. It Is prepared by squeezing the Juice of two limes into ■a glass, tilling It three-quarters full of cracked ice and adding bottled soda. Sometimes sugar Is used, and the only difference between lemonade and lem- on squash Is in the soda, which is substituted for plain water. Iced chocolate is cooling and leaves a pleasant taste In one's mouth. It is made the same as hot chocolate and well boiled, then set away to cool and served In tall glasses with crack ed ice, cream and powdered sugar. It is generally considered a pleasanter and more wholesome drink than either Iced tea with lemon or iced coffee with cream. To make sangaree. a favorite ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 August 1908

r. wan,: wife will always keep supplied wiln BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and all Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. H. Runyon, Stan- borry, Mo. writes: I have nsodSnow Jjlnimontand can't say enough for It, tor Kliou- niatism and all pains. It the most useful modiclne to Lave ii) tho bouse." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. • ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by J.F. ALLEN The National Committee of the Republican party has its living apartments in the rooms of a building owned and occu- pied by an insurance corpora- tion. No doubt some premiums will be secured by the com- mittee on canceled policies as a reward for its getting so close 4.0 headquarters. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, .safe, easy, pleasant, sure, little liver pills. Sold by J. F. Allen. Funds of the Democratic National Committee will be kept in a guaranteed State bank of Oklahoma. Gov. Haskell, treasurer of the Natio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

I I® \ V a f \ \ 11 I . f ttbe Hlto -Herald L"i\forrcl Janmirvij S, I'XH, nl I In' AIM, To.xa I'osMlfk'il as$econd< ni« 'l.ill flnlter Vc I ot <'. nmrrv* M.irt h |S7!> VoLl'ME 111 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, VUGt'ST 4 190S. Number 36 ,-^t ^ .^1 ^-t an H ho Clearance Sale Still Continues i At Robt. Fisher's Big Dry Goods House 4 and attracts the attention of all bargain loving buyers.jsThe low prices now being quoted here have rk 'er been 4 equalled in Alto.^The goods must be closed out, and sacrifices are being made daily to this end,4* Com. and see Ji ^ One lot Men's 5 3 50 Shoes for ^ I 50 Men's Shoes for $2 50 1 00 1 50 1 00 2 00 Ladies' Shoes lor 1 50 Ladies' Shoes for ■\ Odds and ends at your own price yf 1000 yds 1213 and 10c Figured Lawns at 7'jC Standard Calicoes 5'jc Men's Clothing at from 33 to 50 per ct discount ^ Fl ic lot Summer Belt Pants Vj Seven 3/inch Bain Wagons FINE LOT MEN'S HATS. 7se and $1 * $62 50 Men's Thoroughbred Hats for Sold Everywhere for $2 SO One lot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

>r 11 ' - wftjjfic, ,,-yaw,< *afc_ _. 4Mk I IV f 3 THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AT/PO, TFXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Then1 was about .">000 people at- tended tlic old settlers' reunion at their park at \lvarado Wednesday. Extensive preparations are now being made for tlx* ex-Confederate reunion at (ioldthwaite August 10, 11 and I'.'. While eating lunch in a restaurant in Dallas Tuesday night John Ijiiw- renee, a negro, was ,-hot in the buck hv someone on the sidewalk. While standing in front of hei mirror combing her hair. Miss Opal Vance of Siin Antonio on Thursday dropped dead. She was but 'v8 years old. After thirteen years' separation from hei mot her. Irene Thresher dreamed her mother was in Urigg.s- villc, 111. Correspondence brought them together. A negro man. whose name ap- pears on the docket as "Sweet. Se- dalia." opposite a charge of lunacy. died in the city jail at Dallas about " o'clock Sunday morning. The Texas Southern railroad was sold at Mar-hall Tue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

!*■>■. **t. nJNkA //fjjuv* K [l SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE Mrf* A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current New* Domestic and Foreign. Wheat traders of Chicago influ- enced largely hy dry hot weather, hid up prices on that cereal in sen- sational fashion Wednesday. S. T. Kpp, a hackman of Fort Worth was held up and robbed be- tween that eitv and North Fort Worth at an early hour Friday morn- ing. Construction work on the big Y. M. C. A. building in Dallas has been entirely finished and the build- ing will be complete and ready for occupancy by Nov. .'50. Announcement was made Thurs- day that the 85th meeting of the Na- tional Association of Cotton Manu- facturers would lie held at Saratoga Springs September V'J-.'iO next. Mrs. Ella Davis, wife of former Mayor W. D. Davis of North Fort Worth, died at 2:80 o'clock Satur- day morning at a local Sanitarium after an illness of several months. Per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

.>* • Twmfaattmmrm ' ''"V'-T-:? r;^ *'-. «$5?- < ■MR *JT / /• « '% f 7'. • W ■' w. ■ v.';:!( 4 4 s I •1 K5tjjn HN '*.Vv V«il . I'*". t. >.;;vV' i- r Garhartt Overalls x WT n nir>r^i men w^° are 'n'crcstcc^ 'n Working VV d.I llCU Clothes to call at our store and inspcct the Carhartt Brand. THEY HAVE ARRIVED! A large consignment of the justly celebrated Carhartt Brand of Overalls. Union made by union maids for union men. Made in on honorable way^a little larger, a little stronger and a little better than all other brands, and sold on their merits, Price $l.oo Buy the genuine CARHARTT '✓✓accept no substitute. We are exclusive agents lor this locality, arid invite yon to call and inspcct the line. Can furnish them in any size, from the least to the largest BIG LINE OF In all the Latest Novelties % W E ELL STAR BRAND SHOES D | Are Better, in all lasts and sizes. ... When you want honest values, leave your cash with us. LION SPECIAL and BIG BEAR HATS JUST RECEIVED j< veltie...

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