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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

f ■ <*■ , It-" > - *r -1 ■Ü, SÍ' *fe.;' • '>7/ fe.Wth-V " i- ■ 'A 'fí at?- ADDITIONAL DEATHS OKLAHOMA STORM THREE REPORTED KILLED AT D& PEW AND OTHERS RE- PORTED INJURED. PROPERTY LOSS AT DEPEW •None Killed at Keywest find Stroud, Although Several Are Fa- tally Injured. Sapulpa, Ok., May 31.—Three ne- groes are reported killed at Depew in Saturday night's storm. Charles ■Greening, white, was badly injured. A negro woman sustained a broken back. Nine dwellings and two busi- ness houses wero demolished. Cot- ton owned by R. P. Baker was struck by lightning and burned. A stock of goods was destroyed.- The hotel was badly damaged. Other heavy property " oss resulted. Oklahoma City: Reports from the «torm-stricken district near Keywest, Ok., tonight are to the effect that no lives were lost, though the number of injured Is about fifteen, two fatally. Charles Brannon, postmaster at De- pew, is not expected to live. Mrs. J. L. Hart of Keywest is critically in- jured. The prope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

I t £ ri: Si" I- g.:.v< w-V 1 M I I I 1 Í : ? v.¡ IÍ ¿;V- BP ¡fe B w T; E* i > > THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS Established October 1904. Published every Friday. ATTERBURY & FOX, Editors and Publishers. Subscription rates. Cash in Advance. One Year Six Months .$i,oo 0,50 Entered at the Postoffice at Knox City, Texas, as second class mail matter. Advertising Rates. Four Issues One Month Display ads, per inch, each insertion i5c No ad for less than 4 inches, Locals, per line, each insertion Oc No local for less than 25c Friday, June 4, 1909. ' STANDARD MERCHANDISE. In 1008 advertisers spent, up- ward of $100,000,000 to standard- ize their goods through the medi" urn of national advertising. Did you stopto think what this means to you? Here it is in a nut shell. Whenever you go to buy a piece of silverware, what do you look for? The stamp "Sterling,"and on solid gold in any form you look for the "14-k." If it is there, you ore satisfied ; you need no further assurance of the qual- i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

NOW IS THE TIME To List Your Land With W. TI. SANDIFER "The Real Estate Man" KNOX CITY ■BHHBMg&HSEKEEr" C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY (Wholesale and Retail Dealer im Soli. on • easy - payments > or < vill ■ trade ■ for, stock We are wanting some good horses so if you want an instrument of any kind and have some surplus stock come in and we will trade with you. J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. Miss Simpson who taught the school term at Benjamin has taken charge of the I'nion Grove school in Miss Philips place. The post office inspector was here this week checking up the postmaster and try inn for the ex- tension of Route 2. " The business house which I)r. Culver has been having moved from Fourth Street to Central avenue is now in place. G. T. Tompkins made a trip to Benjamin this week. J. &. Boyles of "Seymour was in the city a few days this week. Joe Pate, the * exclusive furri- ture man. J. W. Boyles made a . trip t° Carney Monday. Fred Jackson made a trip to Oarney Monday. I hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

I I r I - 'X f I 1 _ rJ I El SOLID ROCK SAWN BY WATER By GEORGE FREDERICK WRIGHT, A. M., LL. D. < Author of "The lee Age of North America," "Man and the Glacial Period," Etc.) (Copyright, by Josepb B. Bowles.) King's river is from 3,000 to 7,000 feet In the study of nature, as elsewhere, familiarity breeds contempt. The most effective natural forces work so silent- ly and so constantly that we are in tcreat danger of not being properly im- pressed by the magnitude of their op- ■orations. A drop of water is a small thing, and each one accomplishes but jhe tiniest amount of work, yet, as a * continual dropping" will wear a stone, and as the drops of water which fall tipon the earth are innumerable and come down in constant succession, the total work accomplished surpasses the irlghest flights of imagination. The amount of water which falls from the clouds and flows down to iower levels in river beds and torren- tial streams varies greatly in differ- ent parts of the world, and in e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

OVER 30 ARE KILLED IN ZEPHYR CYCLONE TOWN NEAR BROWNWOOD SCENE OF CALAMITY—SCORES INJURED. SEVENTY FIVE HOUSES RAZED Strip Three Hundred Yard* Swept—Fire Adds to the Horror. Wide Brownwood, May SI.—At 12:15 o'clock Sunday morning a cyclone Btruck the little town of Zephyr, the first station on the Santa Fe cast of here, and almost completely destroyed the town. Over thirty dead and a score or more injured was the awful scene to greet the survivors after the cyclone had gone. The cloud came from the west and first struck in the edge of town and cut a strip 300 yards wide through the most thickly settled part. Not a building was left in its path. The first news to reach Brownwood of the storm was brought by a man who came from Zephyr on a handcar and asked that help be sent at once. A relief train containing physicians and all who could be summoned to go and assist in the relief work left here at 4 o'clock this morning. The regular train which leaves here at 7 a. oi. also carried a la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 4 June 1909

1 i i i> k I i i I ' I 3 i Gotten Siasin llosa!, The cotton season fui* ti if year 1ÍMI8 is just now closing. This season will lonji I)-.1 remembered on occount of the hardships on- tailed upon the farmers in ¿jet- ting his crop {fathered. Owing to the worms getting the lirst crop ami the second maturing too late to open the farmers had to have this threshed instead of ginned. The farmers owe much to our townsman, Mr. R. W. Warren in handling this <'amaged crop. When all others refused to buy this threshed cotton he continued to take all that was off ered at a fair price. This put thousands of dollars in the hands of the far- mers that would have otherwise been a total loss. This enabled them to pass over this bad year and now they are looking for- ward to great expectations for the coming crop. Baptist Meeting Closes. The two weeks meeting of the Central Baptist Church which has been going on for the past two weeks at the Methodist church closed Sunday night. Rev. Garrett was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

o o o ,tf \ Wis! REACH TIÍE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO IS: "KNOX CITY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD" VeL 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. June 11. 1909. No. 21 m Ifws • •Vt' ;?í?í FOR EVERYONE! • v® ,j>" i y L crv g * i k a á I ntcl ulú \ • I* •' «.O'di • •'«' • * pos ITS w e are devoting this space in this issue of the Knox County News tor the express purpose oí placing Facts before you about this bank and about the Texas Bank Guaranty Law, passed by the second called session ot the Thirty-first Legislature of Texas. ALL non-interest-bearing and unsecured Deposits will be protected by the Deposits Guaran- ^ ty Fund oí the State of Texas, after the above law takes effect. OUR PRESENT POSITION. ^ * **■ —y ■•• 3 •w t¿uu it* Taking into consideration the fact that the personnel of ! our directorate is extremely good and financially able, we feel that we are in a position to extend as many legitimate ac- commodations as any bank in this country. We invite your attention to tlie foot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

>;•! I am now located at Ezell's Drug1 Store to repair your watch at Reasonable Prices. ALL WOKK GUARANTEED ¡101 C. R. Jackson, Jeweler. i Ezell Bros. Knox City. iwx- Joe Pate, the exclusive furni- ture man. m Mr. Pierce made a trip to Ben- jamin Saturday. Joe Fox made a business trip to Benjamin Saturday returning the same day. fM't I Mr. Butler of Hamlin spent a few days in the city this^week. ■ Leon Qoforth who has been spending the past week at the Adams ranch near Benjamin re- turned homp Friday. Burnett, who has been attending school at Sherman passed through the city Friday on his way to his home at Ben- jamin. •I ■ f ifaave the best line of matting in. the city. J°® P^e. ' 0. Tucker of Truscott spent several days in the city this wefcjk. . The Misses Hamm, who have be,ó¡n attending,school at Denton fór^he past school term, return- e^ome last Friday,. , . , ' Sam Anderson made a búsi-" Hess trip to Benjamin Saturday., Judge Milam of Benjamin spent several days in the city ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

V,:'- " v ■■ ra yg* "*****$. ' " W&mmMMmmpm ***** y.? ' "¡' í 1 ■iv,' NEW HEAD OF D. A. R. m Mrs. Matthew Scott, the newly elected president-general of the Daughters of fhe American Revolution, has been prominent. In the social Ufo of the capital for several years. She maintained a handsome home in Wash- ington during her sister Mrs. Adlai Stevenson's reign as second lady of the land. For several years past she has Berved on the national board of the organization which she now heads as vice-president-general from Illinois, and she has all the business routine of the society we'l with- in her grasp. Mrs. Scott is a resident of Bloomington, 111., the widow of a coal mine owner. Left i widow some 15 years ago, with her income depending on the management of the farms and real es- tate, she has increased the value of. every inch •of land left her and she accomplished what has been impossible to so many men. Mrs. Scott is an active worker in the Presbyterian church of IlMnois, and lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

w. Ja¿i: •- !® i; GENERAL DIRECTOPV 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. Rev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Moming and Evening. First Baptist Church, Rev. R. B. Key, Pastor. Services 1st and 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Servioes and and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOXABY PUBLIC AND LAND AGENT Special attention to oolleetinj?. con- veyancing, and examining titles to land John H. Brice C. E. BAILEY Physician and Surgeon OHitt over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIOENCE 55 DENTIST Permanently Located Office above Farcuer*' Bank. I. O, O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED. Y esterday afternoon while run- niti} between Benjamin anil Knox City the Orient Passenger train was blown from the Brazos Bridge into the river bv a terri- ble wind storm. The back coach was utterly crushed but the smoker and mail car were neither broken up bad- ly- The engine immediately left the scene and came on to Knox ■City to secure help to rescue the passengers from the debris. Although the wreck was terri- ble only one life was lost. This man was J. E. Stanford of Orow- ell, traveling grocery salesman out of Altus. This man was in the back coach and his legs were piuned down in the crushed car. His lower limbs were crushed. He died a few minutes after he was released and was carried to Benjamin. The injured are: Lee Van- Zandt, brakesman, injured in breast and back with several cuts and bruises, not fatally. Mr. Alexander, conductor in- jvred in chest and several cuts and bruises and is still in a crit- ical cnndition. Mr. Brower, traveliug sales- m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

pys? íf'VS* HI TO GAUGE SNOWFALL Weather Bureau Is Establishing Stations in Rockies. Will Give Farmers Flood Warnings and Estimate Water 8upply for Irrigation—Statistics Will Be Valuable. Denver.—That Unelo Sam 1 not disposed to overlook any point when It comes to aiding the developers of the country is evidenced in the estab- lishment of snow gauging stations at many points in the Rocky mountains, under tho direction of officials of the United States weather bureau. The amount of enow that falls in the Rocky mountains determines the amount of water in many of the prin- cipal rivers of the country, and hence lias a bearing on the floods that dev- astate the middle west in some spring seasons. The snowfall in the moun- tains has much to do with determining the success or failure of-the vast ir- rigation enterprises that have sprung up In the west. The mountains act as vast reservoirs. When the snowbanks are piled high in these natural reser- voirs Iho farmer who depends on ir- rigati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

' i . • \ "*1 V,' 1 ' J I ■ -t - Is- <; ., 'e - \ i 1 • i V ■ H'W>« :«i ,;<tv i v ; ' • ■ . i ■. ' í:t' f> , ,n;:f wc W í\; 1 *■' ■/ V ■ • - 4: , J I $ TO *■ ?. IJ ■¿M ! NOW IS THE TIME To List Your Land With 5ANDIFER Man CITY KNOX C. H. Mahan, BAIRD AND KNOX CITY •Wholesale and Retail Dealer ini Soli 1 on1 easy • payments • or • will • trade • for < stock We are wanting some good horses so if you want an instrument of any kind and have some surplus stock come in and we will trade with you. J. W. BOYLE, Mgr. j Miss Myrtle Ora if? who ha s been. J spending several days at her home in Truscott recuperating her health, returned Monday. H. A. Wisdom who has been our station agent here for some time has been transferred to Medicine Mound between Orowell and Ohilicothe. Money To Loan! On Farrri and Ranch Land. Vendors Lien notes taken up and Extended. Apply To Dr. J110. H. Brice made a trip to Benjamin Tuesday returning the same day. E. 0. Couch made a business trip to Benj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 11 June 1909

ioThriiv-hiir the prisoner i u v I frame of the afternoon was u42" Miss Myrtle Oantley won high score and Miss Grace Auderaon won low score. Refreshments of cream and cake were served to Misses Lizzie and Kittie Pierce, Arte and Kate Pringle, Grace Anderson, Lena Enlow, Henry Etta McLain, Rox at Benjamin. ARTHUR—My Hamiltonitn Horse will st*nd the soaso*!' at C. C. Cargill's wagon y«rd. I invite all who are interested in raising colts to oall and see him. ' 20 J. D. Kendrick. T sv-smm CD ie and Bertlin Gossett, Myrtle j W.H.Sherman was in from We have just unloaded a nice atock of ST Alt and LEAD14K Wind mills, 6, 8, and 10 feet wheel# These in addition to the DANDY and CHALLENGE makes our stock of mills the strongest, to In* ^ found in this part of the country... Oantley, Ethel Wilson, and Jes- sie Bohannon. The club will meet with Miss Myrtle Oantley next Wednefday afternoon. west of town this week. J. D. Kendrick and daimiste returned Thursday from Plai view where _ they have 'se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 June 1909

H ■ I'lHST. Tltfc WORLD Vi'A HD' idaiy. Jjiie 18,1909. tas rage in West Texas. Wjpí and rainstorms of imus- |al sSwrity prevailed tbr«.High- lit central West Texas Thursday Íi-íht} and Friday, as a result of diich from nine to twelve lives Ire kiown to have been lost and Jiousand's of dollars wort!) of iropWtv destroyed. The storm' iecor^ing to meager reports was host Severe in Haskell and Shak- jlforrt counties. Near Lueders, h Jones county, three or four Jersons are said to have been éjftfjand many houses destroy- ed. At Haskell a woman and four children were killed and a nunij|er injured. At Maybank I wiu-inan was fatally injured by r bolt'of lightening, while a sim- ilar fate overtook a farmer near far is', in Lamar county, where he storm apparantly blew itself iut. *<¡jStaniford and Weinert re- heart failure brought on by fright. Also a small buy, uni- dentified, was drowned. / A Iban v—A severe wind storm Misrepresenting Texas, )) There are many false rep ritf being circula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 June 1909

■-y : S*l*r .. / % i N if I I ■ i f Hlffl'Tif MMmh v^vTMPWMíífft: Keep I am now located at] .Ks5«-ÍOriiL> Stor< repair your watch at K ()■ !di j i ALL WO UK G ■ A ?ANT1 "ED M ■ I C. R. Jackson, Jeweler. Knox City. ■ y/ f ¿ 0 *5f at; .. .. *%T H Rn: 4 berry & /Sh . .. GE $ 1^1"*..^ j > 17 ,:■ f?,f T'p r tv&Jjri a ' JfA I I SEW v c'esiiai'anily Located gji Firstclass work of all'" kinds. Horse shoeiug a specialty. Your biu.nobS solicited. Palace Barber Shop M Sharp razers and <Me«n towel's. v All kinds of bar- M $k ber and tonsorial w^rk. Agent for Stamford ffll Steam Laundry ^skets leaves on Tuesday, re- 1| turns on Satu™>*>. Call and see us. Parks and Shaw, Proprietors 1 ? if. jMn't, wluit you pay.feat makes value ; if • what you #ot u huv l\i Of :on When if .re here you #et. satisfaction - k-that means years of w r't h something to know, y< is re í-oiiií ; i < ootain 'he i' .Furniture and to have cu e;uh n < >u j¡ ni you .m i our good will and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 June 1909

' ?SR <*♦' :** o*^*:n&rm+r"*>* ^WW.1, i!BB'!^TT!3BP.^BBBKWI fe "& 1 ^ JL. H // 4 r t f a % # i o *. j *W •'- ■B Who I I I r-gr^ I. ¿ ? 41 B^BBKW?' ' ••;•> ¿BB ?-5WSK.'4S6 *-,S3^2.^!U:^S2SaaB«BaaBSBEB^ ..•.> •*• acMfite ■■BHBBBHHBBMaWm^.-^ BBBHnaMaBBHBHBHHHBBBVr^asWj'.' .^^rvjtüi ii'l'HII 'MlillBiHIi'PW I mi SBcqt •-*.A---:+^..r+\&tXM¿-AT:,*M¿uamm | F"*" **': íSrflKíi^'#■ •'flPS.* . •«•¿y "fclafci i¿H BK" 'IB SRBk Á''-. ¡3U ■MTOBI ••,«w -' *«> ««mm4 P wamuummum a— Rosr; Kogetv. has accepted a position wi Lit t rie Mahan Music Company. Miss Jessie Bohannon spent several days this week wiih Miss Laura Thommason, who lives near'town. Lem James of Carney has ac- cepted a position with J. H. La- nier. Jno. Griffith of west of town is reported sick this week. E. W. Holmes one of our prom- inent farmers of east of town was in the city Thursday. Lee Van Zand! the triakesrnan on the wrecked train has been improving rapidly and was able to leave on last Wednesday af-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 18 June 1909

I ■HHHMNI®SMMMCTNS' luDU.miITIé >É i"■ «■ .«• «*• * • ■'■*' WHO í Keeps Lumber to Sell BUT Do you know Who Sells it? Wm¿ Cameron & . Inc. mi? urn mind on the plage: □iJjesssC;¡!RHNDW¡!c* Gmq|Hft3[NftaaiteS □ Wo lut\o iuM uhIojuUmI ,'i nioo H<nok of S'lW K and LKADKIt Wind- mills. I . S. mid HMoot wIh oIm, TIu m< in addition to the DANDY and ( 11AI .1. K N (i M luiikt'n * m* «fork « l iiiíIIn the strongest to be (omul in tlii* part of tho country... &v.£L~ I fe íursdav eveninsra r.v .twsi ^- •...%/■■ -V-^fcje M I. - Mi m S«miweekly News, "'fcach f_r wwsr glBSIj «If: anfr own. No loss of life was sus-; and y°u will secure your m ained. The rtm ir iold feiBúKilMiBMfr.lfi>)GI >ard \fcas demolished. I Se^eppEtóbqr smaller cja^nages ere '* dcine ih ^íVífelii^- houses rere rom tkttir f barns, e The eye >ne am tear th £&• q! «HÜ Parties c ailing í^ihese letters rill pieaaa..^taia. tüaL-lfiey vare Ldvertised, give date and pay lc postage due on each. J. E. Clark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 June 1909

THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. 4 ■ i W1U REACH THE PEOPLE. AM) OÜK MOTTO Is*: "ltXOX CITA.' '^IUST. HIE WORLO AFTEHWAHD" ?«1. 5. Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday. June 25. 1909. No. 23 Oommsrcia! Club Masts. The Knox (.'it v t 'oí irtiercin 11 Oioan Up Days. Tip* •*itiüeii- ot Knox ( .ty ra e 01 n 1 - eonveued at 3 < 'do !: «• n ' • * h-v deci !*• last Tui -íday afternoon.Jum -j-j i- ¡,,q„ t . ta!*>. a sfep'H :.r in the ciub room I xu.'r; of ii i e ¡ t \ i -.i t '11 lit":' wi!! ¡jr. more ¿i.oil r and ¡ han o me t'U' m.w man 11! tr'ir Jill. Eve: ¡ urged t«) join this v.« rthy, move - Fir-r National Bank witl i>r G. I'. Gibnei ir. tin' chair. I: * '.e aV -* ¡«.í Mr. K. B. Atterb!.:rv, secy, Mr. L. C. Couch was ap- pointed secy, pro tern. Considerable discussion of the meat in kcrping our town dun laundry proposition was indulged ¡of tilth and waste materia!. This ill but nothing definite has yet move means much to ill of us as been done further than to ask it controls to a great ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 25 June 1909

«SWV i ? I 1 f ■ i 1 ) 3° £ ¡i ft« I I ff ;| | Keep Time! , \ I am¡now located at Ezell's Drug1 Store to repairjyour watch at Reasonable Prices. ALL" WORK ~G l A RA X TEJED 'MtVSSl S3? C. R. Jackson, Jeweler. Ezell Bros. Knox City. Bradberry & Morris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Loeated Firstclass work of all kinds. Horse shoeiug a specialty. Your bup.ness solicited. FURNITURE It isn't what vou pay that makes value; it's what you get. When you buy Furniture here you get satisfaction, and that means years of service. It is worth something to know you are going to obtain the satisfactory kind of Furniture and to have confidence in the firm you buyit of. We gain your good will and consideration of our stock by h grade Furniture at the attractive prices that we are continually ering. To convince you of our line of goods read the following guarantee on A. B. C. Metal Beds... O 25 YEARS GUARANTEE. Knew all Men by these presents: That We, the American Bed Co. of St. Louis, do hereby c...

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