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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 March 1909

IK / FIRE FOLLOWS TORNADO AFTER FIERCE STORM CAUSES DEATH OF EIGHT, FIAMES TAKE CONTROL. VICTIMS AT BRINKLEY. ARK. Arkansas in Grip of Terrific Tornado^ One Killed Near Little Rock. Wires Down. Memphis, Term., March 0.—It is reported that eight persons were kill- ed, several others seriously injured and an entire town—Brinkley, Ark. —destroyed by a tornado and subse- quent fire Monday night. The last advices were that the conflagration was beyond control and that the en- tire town will probably lie destroyed. Vague reports show enormous damage from tornado in Arkansas. The storm's path is ■? mystery be- cause all wires i to Southern, Southwestern and Southeastern Ar- kansas are down. Hot Springs, l'ine Bluff and such cities can not be reached at all. Reports from ibis county alone show one dead, a num- ber injured and great property loss. A Cotton Bell passenger train is re- ported to have been swept from the tracks near Baucum. I tail road of- ficials here are unable to get a word ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 March 1909

X ^ s w. * I I />-<•* 4 *fc i | 'i ilk' s','ir I A&S*. R < .■ llvv \\ IK i/fff8 tffe# sssa: &S&A carefu.1 wife will always! | keep ^supplied 1 with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wonnds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and ail His. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. 11. Jtunyon, Stan- bony, Mo. writon: I have uttrd Snov/ Llnimontnnd can't nay onoiifh for it, for 1th<su- rnatism and all painn. It is tlio most useful niodiclno to have in tlio lioueo." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,ST. LOUIS, MO., i Sold and Recommended by 1. F. Allen A Sermon by an Exchange. A man cannot be a good citizen and a skinflint at the same time. People should re- member that. It is impossible to build up any kind of town or country without the citizcns going down into their pockets sometimes. Of course, these donations come awkward at times when a man is hard run, but still we have yet to hear of the first man who went broke or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

& "#:,t 'v'" la H 7 i! I / /) • r* '>• \ ^ VS W Blto Entered JonuorVk-S, IDOI.ot the Alto, Tcxn i>os offU"«f O-sScrondOussMftll MatterAclof Conores* HnrrhJ. I87fl Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1909 number 15 "the home bank" The ALIO state Bank CAPITAL. SIO.OOO.uo Proteotion We have the best mon/ ey safe in this part of the country, and we take great pleasure in showing and explaining its good points to every body who will call and see it. Aside from this good safe, we are fully protected by BURGLAR INSURANCE. We would like to have your account, no matter how small. H ii Berryman, President M C Parri&h, Cashier M E McClure J y. Presidenls N il Agnew J Your Money is Safe with Us Spending the People's Money. Recklessly vo*ing away pub- lic money hris become a habit. Our lawmakers evidently have never studied even a primer of economics. Apparently they do not know that every dollar they squander must be earned in the sweat of some poor man's face. They would sco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

t w \ V ■ i. V i£>m HE* • ll r THE ALTO HEBALD NICARAGUA'S APPEAL T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. TEXAS The pen point production of nir mingham, England, Is 220,000,000 • week. Writers" of melodrama no doubt view the Invention of the noiseless guu with alarm. There is quite si crop of men who "look like Lincoln," hut there the re- Bemblance stops. An exchanp- Htys we are threat- ened with an orange war. Navel bat- tle, eh? A Chicago man killed himself be- cause he had gray hairs—and lacked gray matter, we should add. The Wisconsin professor who says that all children are liars must have disagreeable neighbors. If vaudevillo in uirsbips really is in- troduced the business of star gazing should take on considerable Impetus. Now they are using rope ladders in New York to effect burglaries. What are romantic elopers going to do? A Duluth minister has invented an anti-swear stovepipe. But why should ministers feel the need of such inven- tions? Admiral Evans' statement (hat our big g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

;I,>; 7v_y ' k ■ pn L. I- I GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINGS OF UNUSUAL IN. TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If It Was of Sufficient Importance You Will Find It Recorded Here. WASHINGTON NEWS. As one of the last uets of George ft nice Cortelyou, while secretary of the treasury, the picture of former President (.rover Cleveland will adorn the $10 gold certificates about to be Issued by the treasury department. by an order of the Interior depart- ment about 3,000,000 acres of land in tho counties along the eastern border of Wyoming are to be thrown open at once to homesteaders, who will be al- lowed to take either ICO or 320 acres. Assistant Secretary Wilson of the department of interior has worked out a plan to enable the Osage Indians to realize larger sums for their surplus lands. He proposes to hold up the applications of Osage allottees to sell their lands until October, and then throw an immense tract of this land upon the market to bona fide ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

A \ I .t sjm t 10 * JS« * w in ciw c ft "JW ■2 ;S s Kt l ' ta 3 w sS •s ^Ufli .:* *3'* "Ttti vj ';« rs« <5 lis •VtfvVticVivff MYBVfiBiYfV«WmW«V^VMfaViV^ MILLINERY GALORE! ;.r^r.>ci - Mn t rYiiffrri tr"""" *" Our Annual Spring Announcement of Inspiring Millinery With great ptcasurc wc announce to the ladies of Alto and vicinity that we are now show' ing the Largest and Most Superb Line of STYUSH MILLINERY that we have ever had the pleasure of displaying in Alto Our stock is right fresh from St. I ouis—the South's Fashionable Millinery Centre—the showing wc present represents many of the Season's Latest Imported Models from Mine, Ponyanne, Mme. Georgette, Suzanne Blum, Margin Maurice, Were you in Paris itself you would not be closer to the heart of fashion than you would be in our Millinery Department. Stylish, dainty Aigrettes, Roses, Violets, Daisies. Forget^Mc^Nots, Foliage, Ribbons, Bucklcs, ct ., arc all arranged in a most attractive way to form a beautiful picture Hat, or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

«, • * - ■ r*z - •i I li y \/ & BSSTO^bmshE <T Mrs. Agnew Announces Her SPRING MILLINERY OPENING! For Thursday, March 25 She will show on that day a profusion of styles Something suited to all in both style and price dt & dt All ladies attending Mrs. Agnew's Opening are requested to register, and receive a free Cream Ticket to Guinn & Coats' Drug Store. dt ^ dt N O T I C E Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOODMEN OF THE A ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4 '/• miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F. D, BODENHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk Local Happenings For shoes go to I. Friedman & Co's. Bran and chops now in stock at Agnew's. "Tony, the Convict," at the opera house tonight. Huntley Hill of Rusk was in Alto Wednesday. Charley Watkius was over fiom Douglass Tuesday. New goods arriving daily at I. Friedman & Co's. Mr. Powell of Rusk spent Monday in Alto on Business. O. P. Coats and son, Till, are spending the week in Alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

A i r Rsg!?,, janitfwmwMjrwwt i * I V >5 t i: 'You Have Not Learned All This Sincc You Have Been Here?" ^7?pr. cor run fir tfcr or so i/PPtNrorr co 11 ffl MIOSIXrON TYBOUT^ il.il/SJlbirF-/} BY RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Tligirls TCllzaboth, Gabrielle nn<l Kiinr si.11■ 11■ (I for Canad.i to sprnd the summer there. On board steamer they w.r* frightened by tin apparently dement- ed *: ranger, who ttndlnK a hug belonging i > • mit* ot them, took eujoym.nt In s<rn- tlui/.iug a photo of tin4 trl. KIImo sinned In j stateroom with u Mr.; Crabani, tilno hound for Canada. Tin- young women on a sightseeing tour met Mn Onihum, anxiou.'.ly awaiting her husband, who bad n mtinia lor sailing. Tl ■ wit* Intro* diiird to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Kdltb. A cottage by tbo oeean was rented by tin* trio for tin* Hiunnnr. Kllzubetn learned that a friend of her father's was to rail. Two men call, <1, on«- of them being tin- queer-acting stranger on the utoamer. The girls were "not : t home," but dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

*><&" smm7:- X r \ SENATE AND HOUSE TAKE DRASTIC ACTION INHERITED KIDNEY TROUBLE. Senator From Hopkins Los es His Seat by Vote of 21 to 8. SPEAKER KENNEDY RESIGNS Galnes-Hlll Resolution Against the Speaker Is Adopted After Nineteen Hours Debate. Austin, Tex., March 15.—The fric- tion which has existed in the Texas State Senate because of the charges made by Senator H. Bascom Thomas of Hopkins County, sometimes upon the floor of the Senate, but more es- pecially through the public prints, cul- minated in the expulsion of Senator Thomas from that body by a vote of 21 to S. The immediate cause of this dras- tic action was a statement which Sen- ator Thomas gave to the press this week criticising the Senate for its ac- tion In respect to the report, of the committee which Investigated his charges that there had been wholesale violations of the anti-lobby law. Prior to this the Senate had been dealing with alternate charges and retractions from Senator Thomas, but his use in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 March 1909

t \ * 4 !« \ =4 1 i a ^•orriC'a toiaii'rrvvj j should. us 2 -a;*£s.ri Iwji-w r iJejr' f\-u4c,' ■■' V> f i es. lie puts his catalogues out iu vast numbers and be- sides advertises in the period- icals. The News believes in patronizing home industries and enterprises. We prefer Texas products. It is patri- otic to be so.—Atlanta News. We say without Iteration that De Will's Kidney and Bladder Pills ire ur.ciiualed for weak kidneys, | backache, inflammation of the j bladder and all urinary disorders. | They are antiseptic and act pronipt- j ly. Sold bv all dealers. DON'T lot yoaraol' (rt bo ir.lrinrnl.lr. \V!iv ..-luter r r.ir.ovi'm acliot', • •'••intin?' n> l! and l ft'' !■;!'/ V. i'r J'v.-p IioodBi.tlt-n ii .i. Try liesOt.io thoBroatJU-'.T ro^uia'or. Cui-trs f\ TJ-ii.'Lnv- poss, < t. ai.;< £>v r .:s:<i B'.i Llvcf CoRtpIaJii? Mrs. Ii. C. Morrison, 1 roue- ton, Tex is. ■: "I "• ■offered for years frotno<sv< ro headachos, diulnosu and faintinir ; ;i • ' r< _i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

'-, :1JZ&. ' - • • ■' '« " I ■■■■MB < aiP & } dhe Blto IHerald ttntr-rrrt Jtinunr/s-S, 1901, at the HI to, TexoPostofflfa OsSecondClussftall Matter AdofConurcs.* rinrrhS. IS7fl Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1909 Number 16 'the home bank" The Alto state Bank CAPITAL StO.OOO.uo .We Will Give $5 in Gold For the FIRST CRATE OF FANCY TOMATOES delivered at our Bank, with a certificate from cither Mr. Walter Cole or John C. Rogers, stating that the Tomatoes are Fancy. Ii H Berryman, President M E McClure) v. p„ M C Parrish, Cashier N H Agnew j ,1CC We Pay Interest on Time Deposits Commissioner Satterwhite informs us that tlie county road gang will work on the roads of this precinct after the May term of couit, and that lie intends to utilize this force in grading and building up the roadf in Alto. This is a thing that has been much needed, and we hope our com- missioner will do the work to the satisfaction of all, as we think he will, if our people neople will just le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

V I / It I TI1E ALTO HERALD T. M, McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TKXAS SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. JEMS NEWS ITEMS A folic of about 100 (irocks f^prrlril 111 lil'tulV to WOl'k Oil tll<' street grading. A bulletin was posted at the Katy (-liojis Thursday at Denison that they would he closed Friday. The Wright brothers have placed an order with a London firm for tin construction of six aeroplanes. The northwestern section of t'uth- hert. (in,, was struck hv a cyclone Tucsdax and almost totally destroy- ed. Davo Filschick of Hallctsville. Tex., aged 73. fell between sonic cars at Loch, Wednesday morning and was instantly killed. The Attorney (ienertil lias approv- ed the $'>!.').odd i>iu> of Hamlin <il> waterworks bonds, and they arc now being engraved bv a Dallas firm. A deal was consummated Monday in which ('apt. S. U. Jturnctt, of Ft. A\ ort 1), sold to Kdgar Hoiee of W y- oming y,0(1(1 v-vear-old steers at jj>25 per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

■'As?!' • ««•• W : ZllA mDMXTON TYBOUT carrRKHT itor or *9 umrtcoTT ca ILLUSTRATED BY RAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. ui 11 .// V X p / \ t, L "I Three Rlrls — Ellzaht-th, Oabrlelie and rcllse—started for Canada to api'nd the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing n photo of the trio. ISIlae shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also hound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awulttng her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Intro- duced to I/ord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth leurned that a friend of iier father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to be John C. Blako...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

rr^Ut-y• /^Ke*l I •; i / i I ^ A 1 Bianlon Bros I IN THE LEAD! [ Blanton Bros [ | :<* Is the encouragement we receive every day by those who have inspected the different lines in town, and come rg to us to make their bill «.< W hat greater assurance do you want than our guarantee to sell you the best goods for less money—you be the better judge ^ We have just received large shipments of JNew Dress Goods, Waist Goods,| IN ALL THE LATEST WEAVES and PATTERNS | Youths' and Boys1 Clothing, Furnishings, Eto | c*" 5a. 1 3 'S Me: e fS 1 Our Millinery Departmentrats in feminine Headwear that has been devised, and our expert milliner and her corps of able assistants have one ^ 2 of the most handsome Ws of Trimmed and Tailored Hats on displa/ ever shown in Alto, and invite the g* S ladies of the town and surrounding country to call and make an inspectioii before buying MBLANTON BROTHERS ^1 TUB AI/1'O IIBHABI) MCCLURE & M?CLURE EDITORS AN 13 PUBLI9HESS Farmers' Union I'lione. Cole Pho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

V/ & ' .1 If You Want a New Easter Bonnet Call and See Mrs. Agoew May Manton patterns in Stock Where yoa will find all the Very Latest Things in HE AD WEAR.,* She can also show you d* The Prettiest Line of Waist Patterns In White Goods and Silks, than can be found in the town See her Embroideries, Laces, etc -J N O TJ c E- Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOODMEN OF THE v. ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, \ \ miles west of Alto, oil the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. K. U. BODENHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACKY, Clerk ^/V/VrA."JV-^/W/WWWWWWV | Local Happenings I. Friedman & Co. for shoes. Plenty of Alfalfa hay in stock at Agnew's. Pr. ]. B. Rninsej'' r.pent Tuesday night in Alto. judge R. McClurc spent Monday in Jacksonville. Have yonr clothes made and taken care of by I. Friedman & Co. Jim Hogan transacted busi- ness in Jacksonville Wednes- day. Anything yon want in the grocery line can be found at Agnew's. Miss Lena Singletary re- turned last Saturday from a v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

THESTATE LEGISLATURE k fey,1 : it"" ^ V, J I 1 I ' A i i ) " 1 CAMPBELL oUBMITS DOZEN SUB- JECTS TO LEGISLATURE FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION. MR. BEiYAN TO ADDRESS BODY Regular Session Enacts 246 Measures Out of 1,000 Introduced, Against 1,069 Last Legislature. Austin, Texan: With the approach «f IMi! oqulnox, this weather Is threat- 1'iilnn in a legislative sriisc, as well jis physically. Notwithstanding Gov. Campbell ha . lei U be known that he was displeased because no more prog- ress bad been made in the special ses- sion, both bouses adjourned over from Friday until Monday. There Is a two- fold explanation to bo made of this fact. .In the first place, the legislators have bad time to find that they over- worked themselves during the regu- lar session, particularly so during the past two weeks, and with the advent of spring, they have "that tired feel- ing." Austin: Accepting the invitation ex- tended to him in January to address the Texas Legislature, Hon. William J Hryaa Monday adv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

TWt v • ■ik* '■'*t i I |J#KPF©nEN g?l£>\BlVET THE OLD DINNER BUCKET. OW dear to this heart nr* the scenes of my man- hood. When fond recollection presents them to view. The factory chimneys, the lots where old cans would Get mixed up with bot- tles some toper once knew. The railroad track gloom- In#, the dirt and the refuse The cinders that often would blow In my eyes. Yet dearest of all to my fond recollection, The full dinner bucket's the thing 1 most prize. The shining tin bucket, The full, heaped-up bucket, The bucket I carried to work on the ties. How eager I seized It with hands that were grimy, For full well I knew what was resting inside; And what though the beefsteak with pie Juice were slimy, I'd not have told Mary 'twas so, if I died. For Mary, of mornings, when I started workin', Would hand me the bucket with hug and a kiss, So It's dear to my heart are the scenes of my manhood, With workin', and restin', and Mary, and this— The shining tin bucket, The full, heaped-up...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 March 1909

i '4 \ v! • i -J >3 ;i debt hanging over the peo- ple, lie would have been charg ed with extravagance, incom- petency and possibly with cor- ruption, Baby wont cry if I vou rfive Him * BALLARD'S H0REI10UND SYRUP. | Pleasant to take, rapid results. Contains nothing injurious. CURES COUGHS, COLDS, CROU1', SORE THROAT, WHOOPING COl OH AND AI.L Pi LMONARY DlSliASES. Mrs. C. Jenkins, Denver, Colo., writes: "I can't say enoupli for Ballard's LToro- liound Syrup, It. haa cured my bnhy of tho croup and my children of sovero (Roughs. I know no bettor medicine." 25c, SOc and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS. MO. Sold accJ Recommended by I. K. Alitn So the young lady .va "tickled sensibl}-," and slit "just ku■■ :w you won! 1," when .she replied to vSpeaki r Kcniu dy's telegram. What the par agrapher would like to fine out now is il any of Mr. Ken- nedy's female relatives were also "tickled?" Sour stomach makes sour people. It makes your disposition sour— you heroine disliked becaus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

i F * > - •: * (.2m v i A r \ CI be BUo IHerald cnlerrd Januiirv^s, lool ,nl the Alio, Texa postofflce «sSecoh<ICiussnoll Matter Actof Conures> rinrch J. 1879 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1909 Number 17 'the home bank" The alto state Bank CAPITAL SIO.OOO.uo The Famous Hope With every man and woman is to OWN SOMETHING, I DO SOMETHING, | BE SOMBODY. | The stepping stone to these three aims is a checking and savings account. Our Bank affords every facility to the honest saver of his dollars and dimes. A Trial is all We Ask. ii ii Berry man. President M C Parrlsh, Cashier M E McClure ) ... „ .. N H Agnew f V,ce 1 rc3 S No Account is Too Small for Us. —■ am.:, At the%me Old Stand! 1 Ready to serves my many customers * with the best to be had ;n 2, Staple and Fan cv Groceries jf Of all ktndi. Hnve jujtt received 5 Fresh Bacon, Hams, Lard | Flour, Sugar, Rice, Candies, Canned Goods, etc «* See me if you want Fresh Groceries JJ> JOHN NOBLITT ALTO mmmwmm TEXAS MURPHY &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

f il El k>\ i •I 1 4 I U r THE, ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Ai/r< - TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS An incipiont fire in the independ- ent cotton yard, Itasca, caused the loss of ton bales of cotton Tuesday. On account of a siege of scarlet fever the .school at Fife has been sus- pended for (lie week. One child has died from the disease. Dave Filsehick of Halletsvillc. Te.v., aged T.'S. It'll between some cars at Loch, Wednesday morning, and was instantly killed. From the books of City Auditor Walter T. Henderson if is shown that lie city of Dallas has now near- ly $800,000 in rush balances in the city treasury. The Merchants and Planters' Bank, unincorporated, which was re- cently organized with a capital stock of $10,00(1. opened for business Wed- nesday in 1 lasso. The Commercial Club of Iowa Park is making preparations to bold a throe day's fair during the month of October. The premiums amount to about $500. Buck Stroud of (! rocs bock shipped ton cars (W0 head) of fat s...

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