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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and Pa¡nts Knox City, Texas NOW IS TO LIST THE YOUR TIME LAND m The Orient R. R. is now complete to Kansas City! I am now preparing to go north and bring prospectors in—in car load lots—if your land is for sale, list it with me, aiid I will sell it for you. I have sold out my Insurance business so as to giye all of my time to Real Estate. Can now give you better service than ever before. Office in rear of FARMERS' STATE BANK. Bur Cotton, Bring your cotton burrows tr j the Branton gin ind we will pay ! you all they are worth. Ji. W. Warren. I - ~ ¡ Time Table No 2 passenger oast 1:52 a. m. " 18 Local Fct, •' 2:05 p. m. ¡ " 1 passenger west 2:54 a. m.' " 17 Local Frt " 9:30 a. h\ O. Iligsbee ar t. COTTON, I am still buying cotton boles and paying all they are worth. tf R, \V. Warren Knox Prairie Herd. Best strain of registered Po- land China Hogs and Barred Plymouth Rock chickens for sale at my farm 5 miles east of Knox City. J. J. Dento...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

i -i t kl 1 Pfc -t#'?1 $É ik$$á f lK L. l i s; KNOX COUNTY NEWS E. II. 4TTItKIW Y. Kdltor w4 P b|t«h>r *sblUM rnwrr Prlémt Brerta* ■ntarad m sscead-olsss ull ** Eses City, Tixu, andar ib* M( o* uoegreee ol M.rob I. llírf. SUBSCRIPTION PRIOBi OH ®® 1NVARUBLT CASH IN APVANCS KNOX ül'fy, • • • • TBXAf ' IEMS es ÍTEMS There is ¡beginning to be some talk of a baseball league in the aeoiion of the State, to include Browrrwood, Coleman, Dallinger and San .Angelo. Mr. Bandell has introduced a bill in Congress to appropriate $62,500 snore tfor the erect-ion of the Federal building at Sherman. The «original amount was $85,000. In .a spirited content .at 11 o'clock Friday, in Ft. Worth, be- tween Beaumont, .Stamford .and Mineral Wells, Beaumont was chosen ;as the next meeting place for the County Judges & Commis- sioners association, to be held next summer, six months hence. Charles A. "Vedder of John D. Rogers & Co., of Galveston, hae been appointed by Secretary James Wil- son ef t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

SERIAL STORY encan K Archibald Cl&vering Canter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York & Author of "Mr. Barnes of Now York." "Mr. Potter of Texas," "That Frenchman," Etc. Copyright, 1U07. Dodd Mead * Co., N. Y. SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the youni? Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Gerard Anstruth- er and his Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the Paolls, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his .reward is to be the hand of the girl he Joves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four tly from Ajui- cio to Marseilles on board the French •teamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to hoard the train for London at Marseilles, Marina is handed a mysterious note vhlch causes her to collapge and necessl- atea a postponement of the journey. ¡Barnes gets part of the mysterious note land receives letters which inform him that he Is marked by the vendetta. He employs an American detectiv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 5 February 1909

OUR GROCERY DEP'T •¥ <i> -"r 4* ♦ A ♦ < 4 4. * #••• 3s getting in shape to do busines. It isn't complete yet but will be in a short time. Ws carry the Burrus Flour and Guarantee every sack. We furthermore guarantee that every grain of wheat that goes into'it is northern wheat. Come in and get a sack. V'-.'. 4? * ns¿ m ADAMS, DEERING & CO. 2 ¡22!! 2SSS S5iJií** «*««**!^2*f£í££J£ÍLÍí222*S2S2S52-<¿®eft««w< <>c * to©©rj®<i o«<¿of>**Q <*£M 4>ao ofroHan ©«^©««•♦•••o^íoc o©«'a o€> ifitíd«6 w4ioo( a««n©*^cioo®So¿o2oS2oSSMÉi, Ü:::: ;::si;gsusUUShSSSS33SSSS«S «8& °o« a«g «" oa«aa i i a 'i 1 • • # • ;;: • o >• ><'« * r> o «< « w «• « a 0 • a * o • • • • . • •••• «"nnjf «o o a <t> « * • • • o o « • o u © I «©* • aa* Bradberry & Norris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located Firstclass work of all kinds. Horse shoeiug a specialty. Your bup.ness solicited I É & I sell them JOEFOX ABSOLUTELY FREE On Saturday. February 27, at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIH8T, THE WORLD AFTKliWAltD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. February 12, 1909. No. 4 J* , Most any arik: i .UUUVKWiap Can handle your business some way, when times are good and money easy. When times are hard and money tight, you feel the need of a business connection with a Friendly and Reliable Bank Do,your business with us and make your ere it good Ten Per Cent/ We paid a ten percent dividend on last years business and we are very proud that our finantial condition was so good that we felt perfectly warranted in doing this. \A/e are GrOWillQf Grow witlj us A PROFITS Individual responsibility of stock holders x Farmers State Bahk $400,000. Knox City, Texas J. U. G. Club, Motto: We stick it closer than a brother. The J. lT. G. Club met Wednes day afternoon of lust week with Miss Jesse Bohannan. After several games of "-12", at which Miss Laura Tho mason made high score, the game was stopp- ed f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

nrfWV rand FnblUte«r 0 Miur at Kooa of com * SUBSCRIPTION MUCH .91 M invariably cash w advance KNOX CITY, • • • ' . TEXAS m TEXAS HEWS ITEMS James H. Elvira C. Peti married in S tb Berry, i tUgould, tillwi /:* %:§ ¡é'-f ■ ■ "t' ' m aged 72, and aged 73, were water, Ok., Fridav. Fire at 1:30 Thursday morning destroyed six buildings at Center. Losses are approximated at $25,000. What may lead to the discovery of coal beda within a mile of Chil- dress has been brought to light by prairie doga. The most disastrous fire experi- enced in Charlotte, W. Va., in 24 fears early Friday destroyed proper- ty valued at $225,000. One man was killed and three in- jured at Sour Lake Wednesday by tb« explosion of a boiler in the plant of the Hardcastle Oil Co. , W. B. Townsend of Wilbarger county Monday assumed the secre- taryship of state, succeeding William R. Davie of Tom Green county, re- signed. The second week of the trial of Duncan B. Cooper, Robin J. and John D. Sharpe, in Nashville, waa comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

■L «mmhw BBS O T cJey* WILL N,\**sN%,,x*' \ *' C{SSSmmIMSSSM^SÍ%\ '"'' J QS /VMS •A iWJíRMAN ¿rr. jomis church atwaúWNGTQN fact that many loading foreign diplo- mats and high officials of the nation have attended Its services. Admiral Oeorge Dewey is now a vestryman at this church. St. John's is a tiny church, but the congregation can not buy a foot of land in any direction in this select neighborhood for purposes of enlargement, and so the member- ship of the congregation Is necessar- ily pretty much of a close corporation. When a pew is released it is sold at auction and the successful bidder must usually pay well above $2,000. A pew\is set aside for the use of the president of the United States and his family, and this pew, which has been occupied by Mrs. Roosevelt and her children for the last seven years, will be at the disposal of Mrs. Taft if she VERY large proportion of the people of the country take the keenest interest in the religious views and denominational affilia- tio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

V ' '■•A IH -<. GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptist Church. Uev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. 1 Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st ana 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LA W VOTARY PUllLIC AND LAUD AGBNT Special attention to colleetiDfr, con- veyancing, and examining titles to land I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec.. John H. Brice Physician and 5urgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 Commercial Club. Meets 1s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

ir ♦W )U j WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lk!TLxecit" wooocosoooooooooccc . ♦ ♦ ♦• <> . 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 13 0 3 0 0 * NOW IS TO LIST THE TIME YOUR LAjND The Orient R. R. is now ^complete to Kansas City! I am now preparing to go north and bring V prospectors in—in car load lots—if your land is for sale, list it with me, and I will sell it for you. I have sold out my Insurance business so as to give all of my time to Real Estate. Can now give you better service than ever before. Office in rear of FARMERS' STATE BANK. V\ s s Ünsssi k'-Vra ' •1¿7AU ' PS 11 gpsm l1!® f'SSO BRBBSa f ü ft.1 '• ifi VI 1 I if. 1 >.,*r ABSOLUTELY FREE On Saturday. February 27, at 6 o'clock p, m. The Knox 'County News will give away ¡absolutely Free to the most popular lady in Knox Count \, J one of the Famous Goodrich Drop-head Sewing Machines on 'the following conditions. is'. Beginning Jan. 15th, we will issue 100 votes foi every $1. paid on subscription and 50 for each ÚOc paid. Votes to be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

i \ \ y Lyf SERIAL STORY Mr. Barnes, American / ' Br Archibald Ciavering Gnoter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Aatfcor of "Mr. Barn*, of Now York." "Mr. PolUr of "That Frenchman," Etc. Copyright, 1807. Uudd Mend * Co.. M. V. 8YN0P8I8. [.V, ■/• Burton H. IlBrncs, a wealthy Amrrlean touring: Corsica, rescue the young Kn«- Bsh lieutenant, Edward (Jorard Anatruth- •r, and hla Corxlcan bride, Marina, daughter of the 1'aolls, from the mur- tferous vendetta, understanding that his reward is to be the hund of the girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Kng- ■sh lieutenant. The four fly from Ajar- do to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constantino. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet arc about to board the train for London at Marseilles, Marina Is handed a mysterious note Which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates K postponement of the journey. Barnes gets part of the mysterious note •ad receives letters which inform hltn that he is marked by the vendetta. He emplo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

¡SI GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINQ3 OF UNUSUAL IN. TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If It Waa of Sufficient Important* You Will Find It Recorded Here. WASHINGTON NEWS. 'Another long session over the nomi- nation of William D. Crum. the negro collector of customs at Charleston, S. C., who was reappointed by President Roosevelt, was held by the Senate Friday and no vóte was reached. Another storm cloud has gathered over Congress, because of the Presi- dent's veto of the census bill, and now again, after having become somewhat calmed, the men on the hill are emit- ting dire threats of how, In the closing days of his Administration, they are going to rebuke the President. No Bingle question, nor, indeed, any group of questions, íb absorbing the interest and concern of the adminis- tration at this moment to the same extent as certain of the phases of the anti-Japanese agitation in California. By the overwhelming vote of 16i to 90 the house of representat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 February 1909

I !f' ■ w U; On Friday Nov. 6, '08 iMt BBfXI anuas? issiCiinKgaaKs I \A/e announced in The Knox County News that on Feb. 15th, we would give away ab= solu eiyfree your choice of either a wag-on, surrey or piano. The time is drawing" to a close and on Monday the 15th, we will give absolutely freo one of the above premiums. Save your coupons and be on hand if it is so you can. \A/e have sold worlds of goods during this time and certainly appreciate your general patronage and trust we may merit a continuance of same : : : men Knox City Mercantile MM * IS ,tfgm ' REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank «1 Knox City, III the State of Texas, ■••t the «lose of bualuess, Fecruary, 4th, 1909. Mo. 7953. \ REHOURCBH. _JU>ana and Discounts |68 025 90 Overdrafts, secured and un- secured J I 530 84 17. B. Bonds to secure circu- lation « 250 00 Premiums on U. H. Bonds li>7 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 7 878 59 Dae from National Banks. (not reserve agents) <>50 40...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO ISil "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WOULD AFTERWARD" Vol. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, February 19, 1909. No. 5 ► J0^• - A?1** * J0 * * ^¡O- • ^*3^* ^4,' ^sj^° * IVlost any Bank Can handle your business some way, when times are good and money easy. When times are hard and money ti<>*ht, you feel the need of a business connection with a Friendly and Reliable Bank Do your business with us and make your ere it good Ten Per Cent We paid a ten percent dividend on last years business and we are very proud that our finantial condition was so good that we felt perfectly warranted in doing this. \A/e are Growing Grow with us ABSOLUTELY j _ FREE I On Saturday. Februiry 27. J at 6 o'clock [). m. The Knox j County News will liive aua\ ¡absolutely Free to tile most I I popular lady in Knox Couniv, ! one <>!• the Famous Goodrich j Drop-head Sewing Machines on the following conditions. is'. Beginning Jan. 15th, we will issue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

7; • '.«../i IÉ KNOX COUNTY NEWS X. B.ATTKKBUBY. EMItor mm* r >Hs> «r riMtobW Mrr w t™l*« Entered m secoed-elaM Mil «Utter •«*■« city • tnu. nadar tki mt •t oí Msrob I. Mi. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Om Teer ^ INVAKUBLT CASH in ADVAMCB KNOX CITY, " • • • • TEXAa SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE M08T IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAO. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE TESIS HEWS ITEMS The Farmers' State bank, capital $25,000, has been organized at ('oin- merce. It is a settled fact that the inter- national bridge acros* the Rio Grande will be built in Browns- ville. A fire which occurred in Hills- boro Thursday morning resulted in losses and damages aggregating about $15,000. The most disastrous fire exfxri- enced in Charlotte, W. Ya., in 24 years early Friday destroyed proper- ty valued at $225,000. One man was killed and three in- jured at Sour Lake Wednesday by the explosion of a boiler in the plant of the Hardcastle Oil Co. , Five students of A. & M. are to be expelled from the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

' "ilk* THESTATE LEGISLATURE MANY IMPORTANT BILLS ARE BE- ING DISPOSED OF—ONE FOR TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY. HOUSE AND SENATE DISAGREE Stringent Rules Are Laid Down in Resolution on Qualification* of Electors. Austin: Notwithstanding1 this was Saturday, and the legislature is not accustomed to working on that day, one of the hardest day's work of the session was put in by the house, the senate not being In session. Many important measures were passed final- ly and now go over to the senate. On the floor of both branches of the legislature this week, some of the most Important measures pending, will be threshed out. The anti-race track bill Is scheduled to come up in the house on Monday, and also In the senate either Monday or Tuesday. In the house the Robert- sou bill Is almost sure to pass, but It will ,be checked In the senate when It gets over there, and that body will insist on the substitute by the sen- ate committee which permits racing at fairs. This will result in a free conferen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

Hm mm f Kip i 1fc"' Í * ./•■V ¡•vw. $4 ■r wMv .VI a ■ ii'*W m i* <■# > ■ It®®: fe IKA? f, S GENERAL DIRECTORY Methodist Church. . Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Central Baptise Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. N. R. Morgan . ATTORNEY-AT-LA^V NOTARY PÜHLIO AND LAND AGENT Hppcinl attention to colleetitljr, con- vt'janciuff, and examining tit lets to liuid John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers Sfate Bank #* PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4^ Sunday, Morning ancl Evening. First Baptist Church. Ilev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- dav School every Sundav. Commercial Club. Meets 1st Tuesday night in each month. * Dr. Gk P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. I O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

WM. CAMERON & COMPANY, Incorporated, Lumber and Paints Knox City, Texas >♦♦ "X+44 NOW IS THE TIME RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION You must remember that our Sewing- Machine Contest closes Saturday, Feb. 27th, at 6 o'clock. I votes a'"e not nm uin?"** 1**\^li and a few d'vjafs "** ' ,Sw# ^ t' spent with us, votes to go for your friend stands a <jood chance to </et the machine. It is now on o o display at our office. Call and see it. acggsgasas^flBra :a be: qki K /J l \ k pv // £■ 1 ú j) t; Sfe If V <-.! feS I & !'v I fl nj 'i ■ j > I II $ I A] f I |i- Ü ff ? M •¿W j i pi I ill 3 II 1 ¡4 i h (V I /j úi i hS $ I M i I " i i I | '§ 1 I gi w/'Y i í Tu D. A. L1NDSEY Notary Public ¡V. f?) ©¿£41 . ->\i . .- jr., ; ..O .£>.:. <21 ■ ■;/ C> ^'«: <2fcS* :Á O iO '■; *:| 1 IS « General Hardware ¿V Stoves, Implements, Shell Hard É 1 m VÍ í£í 6 I É ware washing machines, etc. HMMMVU... J. E. Clarke f 0. A, Undsey & $ j ¡í 1 ■ 5*5 .4 i it II ÍI t i I \ \J> V f" I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

I mm T IS l&O years since Col. Oeorge I Washington, a brilliant young offi- cer in the colonial army, led to the ' altar Martha Custis, a young ma tron whose fume for beauty and charm and wit had made her the pride of Kent and all the coun- try around about in his majesty's prosperous colony of Virginia. The events which led up to the marriage of the father of his'coun- try and the widow were not so full of that dignity and severity of action with which it has be- come (he custom of the American people to surround the first presi- dent. In fact there were features In them that tended to show thai Washington at 27 had much of the daah and dare and romance of the time In him. Positive proof there ta that upon the very first occasion of hiB meeting with Mrs. Custis the young colonel was led from the path of duty, as v .¿I* M i BM cTunc ARBORN íÍLVii the invited guests, in- cluding the governor, the members of the legislature, gaudily uni- formed officers of the ISritish army and al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

EST 300 PERSONS PERISH BIG THEATER BURNS TERRIBLE H0L0C08T OCCURS IN ACAPULCO—PER80N3 ARE ROA3TED ALIVE. AMERICANS REPORTED DEAD Fire Occur Sunday Night but Tele- graphic Communication Were Cut Off by Flames. Mexico City, Feb. 16.—Between 250 and 300 people were burned to death and many injured in a Are which des- troyed the Florea theater in the city of Acapulco Sunday night. The newu of the disaster reached this capital this evening, telegraphic communica- tion with Acapulco having been des- troyed Sunday night and Monday, ow- Ing to the fact that the telegraph of- fice adjoining the theater was de- stroyed and all wires were put out of commission. The Flores theater was a wooden structure and last night over one thou- sand people crowded into it to wit- ness a special performance given in honor of Gov. Damlan Flores of the State of Guerrero, who was visiting the port at the time. One of the num- bers of the program consisted of a Berles of moving pictures. While the operator was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 February 1909

Mr. D. W. Sirkel, holding ticket number 6843, «« prize winner in the Knox City Mercantile Company's premi- um contest. uXJBZZtV tsssezsz U The drawing in our contest was held Monday the 85th as advertised and five numbers were drawn as follows: ist number 6843. 2nd number 15815. 3rd number 5430. 4th number 6146. 5 th number 2632. Five numbers were drawn sq it would not be necessary to make a second drawing in case the first number should not be held by someone and too, that it might be fair and impar- tial to all concerned. The first number was held by Mr. D. W. Sirkel, west of town, and the premium has been awarded to him. While we have no further premiums to offer we are giving big values in high grade depen- « dable Merchandise, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes. [j In addition we have the largest and best selected stock of Groceries in West Texas. Prices right too. A continuance of your valued patronage is solicited. Come in and see us. m Low Prices Fair Dealin...

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