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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 June 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) GEO. A. BRANDON' Prop. WALTKK K. BRANDON Kditor. Economy in Tooth Powder. "I never buy prepared tooth powder." This is a declaration made by a woman who manages to keep house on an absurdly small sum and keep it well. This probably explains it. "I can make exactly as good a powder as I can buy and for 20 cents I can fix up enough to last the whole ' family a year. I buy prepared chalk in bulk. You know chalk is the basis of all tooth powder. With it I mix some ground castile soap. The proportions are seven- eighths chalk toone-eighthsoap. With' this quantity I till up all the bottles and jars in the house." XOT1CK. For a nice hair cut or shave it will pay you to see me on south side of Stockmen's Nat- ional bank. Amalso agent for Sherman Laundry. First class work and courteous treatment is our motto. Give us a trial and be convinced. Yours to Please J. A. Wommack. ODD COMPARISONS "Some very ainiisinj; dialogues are heard at times" remarked a prom- ine...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 June 1903

FOURTH ANNUAL REUNION- Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. WEST TEXAS COWBOYS' ASSOCIATION And Randall County Fine Stock Show 4T OlAvrtA CITY TEXAS. August 4 5 6 and 7th. 3903. Among the features will be Music Orations by leading speakers Parades by Veterans and Cowboy sports such as "broncho busting" and roping con tests and Fine Stock Exhibits Etc. Free Bread Beef and Cof fee . B FOR THE VETERANS. 3 3 This will furnish an opportunity for the tired and sweltering citizen of the East to spend a few days of rest recreation and amusement in our pure and invigorating atmosphere where miasm and ex- treme heat are unknown and the cool and pure breezes equal those of "Kool Kolorado." Reduced Rates On All Railroads jrjp and see the Banner Stock Farm- Vi3 ing section of the United States fryxTT? anc angle in our clear streams and pools VUMlL view our gorgeous Canyons and Water- falls and breathe pure ozone at an altitude of 3500 feet. (7y?TT? and mingle with a moral and hospitable V people and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 June 1903

U.C. V. ReUnion August 4 5 6 and 7th. 1903. OUR NEW SCHOOL TEACHERS. The Canyon City board of school trustees held a session Wednesday evening for the pur- pose of hearing applications for and determining who should teach the next public school. The members of the board present were B. Frank Buie L. T. Lester J. C. Pipkin W. 0. Baird George Long and E. A. Upfold. For the position of Principal the board had some very excellent material to select from judging from the appear- auce of the four gentlemen who represented their cases in per- son. Upon the News reporter who was present at the session these applicants for the Princi- palship Professors M. F. Hor- ton A. W. Corothers B. T. Ansley and W. T. Batchelor made a very favorable impres- sion and although the mantle of choice did not fall upou any of them the News knowing the high intelligence of tbe board feels secure in saying that it has chosen wisely and for the best interests not only of the school but for the town as well. A mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 June 1903

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31 1903 For the Taxes of 1902 only IN RANDALL COUNTY. TEXAS NAME OF OWNER LAND STATE TAXES COUNTY TAXES Totul Tuxes Alixl. Xo. ClTt. No. biir v No. Acres Acres Original Grantee ilitrkt No. of District AHb'd. Delia City or Town Lot Illock I Revenue School roil IVnnlty V.lv. Spec. Poll s.inoi IVnnlty 1 10 17 1 51 1 3 :ts 1 1 o ii ;i 3 It. S. nurnham 1. O. Trimble .1. E. Reasley Rrown & Strntton L. K. Rradlcv J. W. Bradley T. K. Elliott ... . Unknown Cal Walker B. C. Adams Unknown 110(1 is 17-' T. T. K. H A. 15. & M ISO 4S0 2 4.J 41 1 07 2 (S2 44 2 :l (U (il 3 1 (SO ;t 2 IS 4!) iili 20 20 5 0!) 15 8 07 15 Canyon Canyon Canyon IX 1.7 r. 320 ;i20 1 15 4(i I SC.; 172 A. I! a M iro 1G0 si Il 20 ! ;! so 5co. A. Montgomery.. Unknown W. X. Brown-Unknown. S. M. Sears R. II. Klrbv ! MA T. W. Barrett 2d." i l.V8.Vs! :!'. Unknown SM i MS" 41 E. L. Dohonev 4ti! 1407 .:; Unknown !i.13 0-21:? 13T I 1V4 K.':!1 171 0-177 t;:s J)."7 0-l'.ri !)! ll.M M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

CANYON CXTY NEW (TUG STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. JUNE. 191903. NO. 14. AMONG OUR Clippings From Last lrioa County Record. Land Commissioner Terrell has just made a trip over the land in West Texas and after examining it has decided to sell it at $1.50 and $3 instead of $1 and 82 per acre as previous sales have been made. He says lands have been selling and leasing too cheap that if the laud is worth a dollar bonus to the actual set- tler it is worth as much to the state. And cheap land is a thing of the past." Some will argue that the land will never be sold at that price but the rush will be as great as ever. lecan Valley News. The Attorney General of the state of Texas has ruled that under the present law land sold for taxes cannot be redeemed but that the title passes in fee simple to the purchaser. Wheth- er or not the higher courts will bear out this decision is not known but if you ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) OKO. A. HKANDOX Prop. WALTER R. BRANUON Editor. Kntorwl at yon. Texan matter. the pot otflee nt an wwoiiil das ('nti- mail SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING 11 A TES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion J cats each subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch. $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. -IMIla against this office to receive prompt attention should tx presented on the first day of each month. Stratford has recently incor- porated and now wants to build a court house. ... mm. - ' Last week under the follow- ing bead: "Petition of Wives mothers and daughters" 434 la dies of Amarillo requested offi- cers of Potter county to enforce the law against the illegal sales of liquor beiug made in that town. I People who have been hold- 1 rn lm rnl 1 poro matter 1 j ll uam v ...J should do what they intend do- ing at once as a report will be made Tuesday. The matter of a few dollars may decide the matter and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

u I I v if n hi .11 I f x r . ' lAfTOT TCVAO VVLOI I LAnO And Randall August 4 59 6 and 7th. 19030 Among the features will be Music Orations by leading speakers Parades by Veterans and Cowboy sports such as "broncho busting" and roping con tests and Fine Stock Exhibits ihtc. Free & B FOR THE VETERANS. 3 3 This will furnish an opportunity for the tired and sweltering citisen of the East to spend a few days of rest recreation and amusement in our pure and invigorating atmosphere where miasm and ex- treme heat are unknown and the cool and pure breezes equal those of "llool Koioraao. Reduced OMh :nr sppiinn of the. United States. Ill hj V- UMlli view our gorgeous Canyons and Water falls and breathe feet. and mingle with a moral and hospitable UMli. people and we assure you you will not be disappointed. As To Productions We will be glad to introduce the homeseekers who may chance to take advantage of the low rates to the Re-union to farmers from all parts of the county who will truth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

Boll weevil in great profusion still exist in McLellan county. This fact came about on a wager one party betting $100 against 8'20 that ten specimens of the boll weevil could not be brought to Waco in a given time.. The mau who bet that the boll weev- il could be found immediately went down the Brazos river and made it known that he would give one dollar each for the first ten boll weevils brought to his office. Results followed. Next morning people began to bring in specimens and by 10 o'clock the market was decidedly bear- ish. --Taylor Texan. The old BOldit'rs are have the bluest reunion west Texas during t lie mouth of September. This time 1ms been se- lected for two reasons one is ho as not to interfere with the reunion at Canyon City ami the other is General Gordon could not come earlier Texas club women are solemn- J ly discussing "What Shall Wei Do With the Men?" Why cut 'em dead cold and terminate this howling human farce that's what. Atlanta Constitution. And after discuss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

U.C. V. ReUnion August 4 5 6 and 7th. 1903. if 9 Local. MIhk Lizzie Spar will leave in a few day for her home In Missouri. More cIoikIn more rest Hays the photographer. H. C. Evans and wife of Function were In the city chopping lust week. Walter O. Cobb has rented and moved Into the Donaldson rcnidence. Dr. 1'urnoiiR and family have mov- ed to Ainurlllo. George CheHHer and wife have a brand new boy at their home. L. T. Lester and daughter left Tuewlny for Kansas tllty to he ab- sent about a week. Canyon City is moving right along In an attempt to land the Baptist College. I). A. I'ark and wife were made happy last week by the arrival of a beautiful duughter. C. I. Montgomery postmaster at CVta has been In town several days this M eek prospecting. You can help settle up the county by talking up the News to those who are not subscribers. (tood rains here again this week and all over the country as far as we have heard from. f t 1 t. Kan zed for the purpose of lighting unionism. Knndal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1903

Taxes of 1902 only List of Lauds and Lois Delinquent on March 31 1903 For the IN RANDALL COUNTY. TEXAS. LAND STATU TAX KS COUNTY TAXES Tot 11 1 Tuxes NAME OF OWXEK AllHt. ' No. ; lioti Cert. No. Surv N. Acre i Atrco I ItiNtiitt ! No. f S.. o.: Poll school District Original Grantee City or Town Lot ! Block Revi'iiiielSrlim.l 1 Poll liVnalty Alv. Penalty r- n jr. t. k. n... I ! . (!!15! 172 ! . It. & M II. S. Burnham I. t. Trimble .1. K. Bensle.v Brown & Stratum I.. K. Bradley J. W. Bradley T. K. Elliott I'nknown Cal Walker It. 0. Adams Unknown ISO 4S0 320 :vjo i t ! IGO I 100 2 48 4S 41 67 2 1 07 72 2 2 021 441 2' 00 24 1 :s 04 82 j sts! 4 ; 50 I ! 2 IN 40 1 90 1 19 17 1 51 1 3 8S 1 1 Canyon Cnnyon . Canyon 1 15 00;: 1 ! if it'll. A. MoIltgOllKT.V Unknown W. X. Brown I'nknown It. II. Kirl.y T. W. Barrett I'nknown K. I-. Dohoney Uuknown 095 172 .A. '11. 4. M II. B. Shofner S. M. Scars 30 004 7.1 'A. It. a M 178 17 ! 21c. i.v:vm!Ii 39 haon wo tun SHU SU7! 41 iAIU M 12 12 4i! : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

CANYON (THE STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. JUNE. 261903. NO. 15. tor. . EXCHANGE GOSSIP (Clippings from last week Ex.) s "You want an office! Why what can you do?" "Do Mars Joe? What does eyerybody do dat's got erorfice? Mess your heart Mars Joe yer don't understan' ole Mose. I ain't lookin' fer work sab I only wants er ortice." Ex. Aninrlllo Advocate Charlie Eups of Canyon City was here Tuesday. Ho may come here and locate. Lockney has shallow water and surface water. Plenty of lish fine crops pretty girls women and barbecues. The people and the lakes are running to- gether. The timid the kicker and the petrified man has gone back to Van Zandt and been chalked out. Press the button and don't look back. Lockney Beacon. The above refers to the town of Lockney in Floyd county a hundred miles south of the .Senior Editor of the Advocate. They must have "blind tigers" else they wouldn't "look back....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

CANYON CITY NEVS.4I ot Divide the Spoils nm 'Till the Victory is Won."' (THE STAYER.) j rr-r- .----.r j Since the bit; ads a re coming GEO. A. BKANDON Prop. WALTER K. URANOON. Editor. The Denver Road will bein putting the new spur in as soon j down and arejiow making prices as weather conditions will per- j to the buying public that cannot tajt jbe equaled in Canyon City or ani' other railroad town. We When in need of Long Leaf; were talking with a very prouii- Yellow Pine go to the Canyou cow-man the other day and T . ; he said: "The merchants have Lumber to. nQW CQme to U)eir fienses and l Twentv-eigbt thousand men am truly glad of it. They are are wanted in Kansas to harvest n0.w selling goods at lower .... prices than I can buy them at the b'Sfrarops. lny point on tbe rairoa(1. t buy LOST At Barrel Springs or a great many supplies and have between town and there Wed- been sending my wagons to . railroad points to get them but nesdav a gold link bracelet the other day I picked up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

' 4 fc. y A' i V C J 1 Local. Mrs. Itusk lssaid t o he some better. C. I. Montgomery of Cetn.has tem- porarily rented thePntton residence. Mrs. J. II. Me.Mnnlgnl of Ainariilo Rpent Thursday if this week witli Mrs. Judge lloiisoti. ( to . 5.000 fc. 000. P. 000. M SHIER. Lss't. Cas. WELL EST Kit. Roc as lib- 1 prudent ber A Tall to C1cm:i Up. ing 5 ;re. 55 rry the $ at- at- the g Itracters in least corner V ooiiciic'i. uro. Culdwell a follow printer of Amarlllo was In to pny us a frater- nal cult Thursday. J. A. Wommuek. our clever barber lias rented the Patton residence tuid will move into It the iirst. uy Ilenaou has gone to 1'unchon upend vaeatlon with his ulster K'lMd JCjdtfht- oi Texas lias been under way for seyeral months. Representa- tives of the English government are in the state buying cattle for shipment to South Africa to replenish the live stock of that country sadly depleted by the ravages of war and that dread disease rinderpest. The move- ment is yet only in an experi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

uttinj- the new spur in as soon s weather conditions will per- lit down and arejiow making prices to the buying public that cannot It's worn as ' thin as charity. Plainview will continue tTWi. .J il..T)Ml 4U4 NEWS H3; CANYON CITY TEXAS JUNE 26 3Q3. IPPl FMPM l T 1 ! K STAVK 1M THINGS THAT I'LEASE- MEN.jlT";1 ""(Dorothy Dix.) Written for tin Sunday Kopuhlic. A woman whu frankly admits that she is nut a favorite with men w rites asking mo if lean aivo Iit a few sim- ple villi's fur renderina herself attrac- ui itlil rounder. In eases 1110 aire ami yon Ih this nuixim cannot ho overdone. It pleases a married man tube told that his baby looks like hini. Kvery father knows from whom his children inherit their beauty ami tal.Mit. It pleases every man to be told that he has literary talent and ouaht to write. Nobody but the loiiir-siuTerini;-edit or knows who "Vox tive to the opposite sex. 1 cannot. If 1 knew any such val-j l'opuli" and "Old Subscriber" are. liable trade secret I should kee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

Local. Mrs. Husk Is said t o be some better. 4 C. I. Montgomery ofCetn.hnsteni- borarily rented (hu i'nttoh residence. Mrs. J. II. MeMilnigal of Airiurlllo. upent Thursday i)f thin week with Mrs. Judge llcuson. nro. Caldwell u fellow printer of Amarillo. was In to pay us a frater- nal call Thursday. J. A. Womninck. our eleverbnrber lias rented the I'atton residence and will move into It the lirst. Guy Heimou lias gone to Function to spend vacation with his sister Mrs- Ethel Knight- Xfluu T.n l'iu.. Itr.'i t f m returned home yesterday after a very pleasant visit with friends ut Portales and Hereford. By request the Chrlstlnu Scientists of Canyon City will have services at the lloltou school house 10 mile south on Sunday June SK I!i0;i. Mils. A. N. Hknkox. II. W. Bates proprietor of the Uogerson Hotel left last Tuesday for l'rosper. Cook county to attend to some business matters. He will return in a week. M. I'atlllo arrived Wednesday from an extended visit to his old home at IIIco. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

When in need of Long Leaf How Pine go to the Canyon itn were talking with a very promi- readies out and jets some ot toe nent cow-man the other dav and I trade which you think you ought onri nntt.nn -nicking that they will THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK iik.; 5$i (Successor to Stockmens National Bank.) 5sA0OO. CAPITAL . . . . SHAREHOLDERS LIABILITY . 50.0OO. SURPLUS 20.000. UNDIVIDED PROFITS . . . 8.000. OFFICERS. L. T. Lester President. D. A. Park Cashier. John Hutson Vice-Pres. Travis Shaw Ass't. Cas. DIRECTORS. L. T. Lester John Hutson J. L. Howell J. N. Donohoo F. M. Lester. We invite you to oieu an account with us. We guarantee as lib- eral accommodations as are warranted by the accouutand prudent banking. 1 ... . . 3 ST M. T. Jones Lumber COMPANY. Cany on Citv. Texas. Texas South I SOMETHING ATTRACTJVe.S You can always depend on something well worth while when you come here. We furnish the things you like to carry away with you. The price is right; the goods are pleasing; our methods...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

Local. THE COLLEGE SITUATION. Mrs. P.usk In sal J to be sumo better. y U. I. Montgomery of Cotn.lias tem- porarily rented the Pntton residence. Mrs. J. II. MeMnnignl of Airiiirllln spent Thursday of this week with Mrs. Judge Ilensou. nro. Caldwell a fellow jirintcr of Ainarlllo was In to pay uh a frater- nal ball Thursday. J. A. Woniintick. our clever barber lias rented the 1'atton residence and -will move into It the. llrst. (iiiy llonsou has gone to Kunchon to spend vacation with his Bister Mrs- Ethel Knlght- Mlss La KoHe Dratton returned liome yesterday after a very pleasant visit with friends at Portales and Hereford. Uy request the Chrlstlau Scientists of Canyon City will have services at the Holton school house 10 mile south on Sunday Iuue2!. VM. Mi;s. A. N. Hkxkox. H. vV. Dates proprietor of the Kogcrson Hotel left hiKt Tuesday for Prosper Cook county to attend to some business matters. He will return In a week. M. Pntillo arrived Wednesday from an extended visit to his old h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1903

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31 1903 For the Taxes of 1902 only IN RANDALL GOUNTY TEXAS. LAND STATU TAX IIS COUNTY TAX IIS XAMK OK OWXF.K Total Taxtm AhM. Cei l. surv. : No. I No. N. ! OrlBln.l (.rant Ad-en : Acres- I i IPlHtl'U't I S. lit Simy Poll : S(.1(Mll !iMri.t IVmi'ty City or Town I Lot Bloc k Kcvcnfte School j lV.lt IVnnlty ' lilv Asn'ii. Dclln J. 1 J9 ! 20 20 17 ' 5 0! ri k or I 15 II S. Biirnlmiu I. 0. Trimble J. E. HeaiUv Brown Ac Striitton I.. K. Bradley J. Y. Bradley T. K. Elliott Vnkimwn ... Va Walker B. C. Adams t'nknown IMG 50 IS T. T. K. K !Ci 17:' A. l:. & M... 01)5 172 A. 11. a M 4S0 40 2 I'! 41 i 1 07 2 02 44 1 15 or 21 l 3 04 I til ! :t l oo 5 S2 1 4 2 50 4 25 25 2 18 4!) !)0 j 'Canyon : I I " 1 320 ; 320 Canyon 48 : 07 j ! A 11 4(1 j A X 4 k fJeo. A. MontKomery fnkn'v n W. N. Brown L'nknuwn ft. If. Klrby T. W. Barrett Vnknown ... K. L. Dohoney tJnktiown II. II. Shofner S. M. Soars MO MO Canyon r. i i:t 15 13 i 13 I t ir 10 i l!l ' 20 4 ' U 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS (THE ST AY Ell.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 31903. NO. 16. s. ABOUT THE COLLEGE. The Hereford Brand is warm- ing up on the question. In its last issue among other things it offers the following: "The conwiiHUn of opluion kivhik to be? that the location of tw college lay between McmpliU anil Hereford the former place working iiainst Hereford on account of belnir too eloHe to the New Mexico line though Kruntlng that It Ih centniU.v located north and Houth while Hereford contends tliat Memphis Ih a near. If not nearer the Oklahoma line than Hereford In the New Mexico line be- sides being off the plain. It has been the supposition that the college wan to be located on the plains and If this supposition Ih put Into effect Hereford will surely get the college providing her InveHtnient In the en- terprise Ih somewhere neareiial to that of other towns." Now "from a moral cultured and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1903

CANYON CITY XKWS. ' iTHK STAYEli.l OVA). A. BKAXUOX l'rop. WAl.TKK K. UK AN DON. IMitor. Hp luttl to Ilosijrn State Superintendent Lefevre resigned from the state book board the other day. tet I jje bad at one time written a text book on Algebra and was in- terested in its sale and accord- ing to law this disqualified him. Hall County Herald. Prosperity lets g the Brittle Quanah last Saturday voted $4000 of school bonds to put an addition on their school build- inn- frr the couiinr year. 1 an handle towns are all pushed to J 7 . . ;tbe near future. Each compet- tbe limit to keep up with school ; . ' . ; ling townposesses moral relig- fac 1 ties so rapidly are they1. " . rr n o trn . ious sanitary also general ad- grow ng. -Hall County Herald. ' " s " ? . . .. vantages over all competitors. Yes. it is an appreciative fact I r 4l uun Though we see dimly through a that most towns in the Panhan- . ...01 g ass smoked with ignorance die are looking to improved ed-if . . . . t- l- .it is o...

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