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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

ü, ntV*Wty \ ¿Ib. )J**y Á^ti„ 1 i $hc Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Poet-Office. . . i, , ,■ • . Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Croekat n MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT,TEXAS, JULY 17,1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 25. THE CITY WATERWORKS EXTENSION BONDS. Absolutely Necessary to Maintain Credit of the City and in Justice to the Taxpayers. To the Citizens of Crockett: So many have expressed a doubt of the ability of the city council to issue bonds to the extent of eighteen thousand ($18,000.00) dollars, the election for which has been ordered for the 22nd inst., without raising the present tax rate of the city, that I deem it advisable to herein state just how this can be accom- plished. When the city borrowed the sum of five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars at the time the present system, was installed, in order to provide for the payment of this $5,000.00, and to make said loan legal, a ten cent tax was added to the general fund of the ci...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

I #?4 ¿v *" * í; ,. J. .'"* ®Tf' ::fP" • .* - y. Pl*f*' . ;] fim,' "■ $¡S§@^ M : . S ni f, > < "i'-';.' íhv.Í'- TBlilíi.? ?V ' . vM*' '■* m"iX '..r n ^pv^^ív",':. ." 'p- mW'i " ■ ' P' m 4 fe- xw4V"' '.vi ira ■ ■ H üi , wWmmm 3ps* '* f J Bg^j& P| , V" ¡ $M$iL >*•<' ^4i!sfev: fc-, isll 1 * >¿&> •. ' i Hj& K í : 'jSOé ¡reiNs, K * ? ? ?• ■' S|®Ít fprí Ki) igii I |§¡ 111 iSvM^" I V / 'V llffe. p¡y Supply Your Wants Now and Save Money IV} and Continuing Through 13 Thirteen 13 Days of Unequalled Values EVERY VESTIGE OF SUMMER We do not propose to carry any summer goods i| braces our entire stock, is certain to effect tl never before has there been offered merchandif tells some of the many values we offer. There us to list. Come and see for yourselves. Be hi and you will be well repaid for your visit. POSITIVELY NOTHING WILL, BEl ' " & * *v V< mt^vm ■ ®v"; ■■jil |§ .V;4- - Mil JrJ'I i Ik , C • ■' £. ' m€M < 'Sm Clearance Sale of Men's, Ladies' and Chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

f - c i> © © ECONOMIZE. Don't Throw Your Old Shoes Away. Yea will be surprised to see what a difference we caa make Is their looks and service for 50c, 75c or $1.00. Oar prices ire as follows: Whole sole, sewed, aad heel, $1.50; half sole, sewed, and heel, $1.00; half sole, sewed, 75c; new heel, 50c; heels built up, 25c; rubber heels, 50c. Reasonable prices on all it- pairing and patching and all work guar- anteed to give satisfaction. Give your shoes to your mail carrier. He will it- turn them to you second day. Pay him for the work and we will pay postage both ways. We mail them to you C. 0. less the amount paid for postage. All work sent out same day received. Lib- eral commission to agents in every lo- cality. Address, PALESTINE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP, A. If. Henry, Proprietor, Palestine, Texas. Gettysburg. For the Crockett Courier. Through the kindness of my church in affording me a vacation, and supplying means for my ex- penses, aided by the Daughters of the Confederacy and ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

íí t$i ■ - : ' r " ■ ?p-> ",/*< g :«y • ":v ;-m fflk i of thanks not "new " will be > of Sc per line. or printing iittees or or- jf any kind will, in all cases, personally responsible for tbe of the bill. CITY WATERWORKS BONDS. i ,m? fi 110 #¡1 Hpi ¿'ÁSk, ¿ An election will be held oo next iy, July 22, to determine the city shall issue addi- tional waterworks bonds. This is a witter of vast magnitude to every ¿«habitant of the city of Crockett. As the result of an election held several years ago, the city was tended for its present waterworks •system. The amount proved in- sufficient, but at the time of the «taction the constitutional limit was reached. Since that time city prop- values have increased until more bonds can be issued by a 'note of the people to complete the waterworks system. Some of the work already , done has been done mm money borrowed outside of the fond issue which is now due and overdue. The money is needed to «y back what has been borrowed city and ext...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

The variety and excellence of our stock of perfumes will please every lady who is fond of dainty and exquisite odors. We select the choicest and most desirable extracts of all the best laboratories instead of carrying the products of but one. Our line includes the moderate-priced as well as the best. Our Soul-Kiss Perfumes are delicate, subtile, permanent—the kinds demanded by good taste and fashion. We invite you to make^your selections here. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store (Mi «<« £ oca\. "Kexas. % m 1 W m \ % Bargains in shoes at Daniel & Burton's. tf. J. C. Millar has returned Mineral Wells. from C1 © H. M. Smith of Weldon was here Monday and Tuesday. Col. N. B. Barbee is spending the week at Corpus Christi. Fresh butter at Mary Allen Sem- inary at 25c. per pound. 4t* Walter Newman of Augusta paid the Courier a visit Tuesday. FOR , RENT—Office in First Na- tional Bank building.—Adv. For Sale—Established wood-yard business. See Leroy Moore, tf. Mrs. C. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

■i inM • V' Hi. Í ■JÜ HH mt *A Wm$É< y J Mfp H | |S ■' '.• ¡jHr '"T •; . / ui*g®í 11f % 'fó+úk' «A- ,r ^: lí ÉP "V ■ . . ' I89KC m SÍ ■ '/"'* . 1 . i fi j> Qfflirtff í. Editor and Proprietor. fWUSHETS KOTKE. Obituaries, resolution , cards of thanks not "news" will be ■ rate of Sc per line. J advertising or printing churches, committees or or- of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the -ment of the bill. PUNTEIS' INK ft GREAT SALESMAN. Printers' ink is a great salesman, and it is the cheapest drummer a merchant can employ. It carries the message of the bargain counter to the people, brings the show window to the home and teaches all our citizens important lessons in econ- omy. The local paper is the best sales- man a merchant can engage. Its services are alwas available, and through it opportunity continually knocks at the merchant's door. No merchant can become a pow- er in business unless he advertises. He cannot hope to draw trade un- less he illumin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

?m.. iw. imgfam learance Sale Prices Have Been Cut in Every Department jriing, July 19th, 1913 [RCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD ÍHO the fall season, and this sale, which em- iJspeedy and absolute clearance we desire, for lof such quality at prices so low. This page |e scores of others that space does not permit on opening day and often during this sale 1HARGED DURING THIS SALE 13 Thirteen 13 Days of Unequalled ) Staple Goods. Dr 35c ei best known brands of dress id 8Hc yard. 7Hc le bleached domestic, per -..9c ih, per yard 8He le, worth 15c, per yard 12He per yard 22He 7Hc, per yard 5c r yard 8Hc yard 16Hc - 8Hc fod percate, worth 8Hc per 5c 1 ble Damask. • >k iamask, per yard 22He >1e iamask, per yard 39c >le iamask, per yard 49c it ible damask, per yard.72He it ble damask, per yard 98c le )rices. sd Spreads. $2.25 98c $1.25 and Pillow Cases. a d sheets, each 39c u led sheets, each 72He titched sheets, each... 72 H c v cases, each 7Hc if ases, each 12Hc tffases, each 17He Knit Unde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 July 1913

... V" v mM" v¿'*' II r 0 US i ,v *■■ ■ * m ■ Strong Arm By HOLLAND. THE etronf arm of bud- neas protects you and all the other nicety odd mil- lion* of Inhabitant! of the United States against fraud and deception. It enables yon and all other bnyeni to boy intelligently and with the assurance of getting goods that aro Just what they seem to be, just what they should be. • ADVERTISING IS THIS STRONG ARM OF BUSINESS. Its tremendous power Is ex- ercised principally through the newspapers because in tills way It reaches the great- est number, practically all of the people under Uncle Sam's flag. Too can further the good work of this protective agency by reading the adver- tisement in this and In oth- er newspapers regularly and closely. You owe it to your- self to do this because you thereby save time and mon- ey. BEST GOODS ABB BEST ADVERTISED. SEA. When the Huge Ape Tried to Run the SMp. Among the thrilling experiences that have happened on shipboard the one that befell Captain H. L....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

) ) niver&ity Library Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Chss Matter at Crockett Poet-Office. « Subscription Price $1.00 Per ¿nnum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO : "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." ¡ — CROCKETT, TEXAS, JULY 24, 1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 2ft AMENDMENTS GO ' DOWN IN DEFEAT. PLAN TO BXING AN END TO FEE SYS- TEM SWEPT TO DOOM—AMENDMENT TO LET LEGISLATURE BOND STATE SLAUGHTERED. Home of A. aid M. Goes 9 for Resolution and 1302 Against; Judiciary Reform is Lost Along With Others. Returns from Saturday's election on the three - amendments to the constitution show that all were de- feated. Although the returns are far from being complete, the trend shows that joint resolution No. 18 was slaughtered, some boxes going solidly against it This was dubbed by the voters as "the bond resolu- tion." The amendment known as joint resolution No. 41, which sought to substitute salaries for fees for cer- tain officers, was the most popular, but it, too, was lost This was de- feated, probably becaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

\1 % , f n> Vf„«* ÍÉX ■ ' '> m A\ 2-tSs ■<J' m fef .'i V Sfwfi? W\W fev-vlT* .V • /-' ,>. j ^WA&sm & llpfe '•'.: EV \ ,^i'= Wants Now and Save Mon«y Summer Beginning Saturday IVf and Continuing Through 13 Thirteen 13 / Days of Unequalled Values EVERY VESTIGE OF SUMMER We do not propose to carry any summer goods i braces our entire stock, is certain to effect th never before has there been offered merchandise tells some of the many values we offer. There us to list. Come and see for yourselves.. Be he and you will be well repaid for your visit. F OSITIVEL>V NOTHING WILL BE Clearance Sale of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Low Cut Shoes. We offer our entire stock of men's $5.00, $4.50, $4.00 and $3.50 oxfords, all new, up-to- date styles, black or tan, at per pair :$2.95 Men's $3.00 quality black or tan oxfords, per pair. ¿. .$2.35 One lot small sizes in men's $3-50 and $4.00 oxfords, per J ^pair.... ...95c Men's $1.75 and $1.50 quality white canvas oxfords, pair ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

G © © nme ei emst )illow owe OWOI les* ■J ¡less,, le of SO an C nei The State of Texas. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Houston County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the heirs of Daniel Harrison, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of t D. Adams, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Isaac Adams, de- ceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of S. E. Loeb, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Lem Haas, deceased, whose names are un- known, the heirs of IS. Frank, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Henry Bur, deceased, whose names are -nnknown, the heirs of Ferdinand Bur, de- ceased, whose named are unknown, the heirs of M. W. Ellis, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs' of L. J. Crow, deoeased, whose names are un- known, the heirs of S. D. Drennan, de- ceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of L. D. Drennan, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Jacob Allbright, deceased, whose names are un- known, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

W w STOSOT -- The Crockett Courier Si ¡PS SlÍ IV. 1 S>:. Iffsi H T\ |-ll ■i&Sw, m* ±: weekly from tfte Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks «ad other matter not "news" will be •oarged far at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or < ganizations of any kind will, in all ca be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. w THE DEFEAT OF THE AMENDMENTS. AU the constitutional amend- ments were caught in the landslide Saturday, but the one meeting the most crushing defeat was the one known as resolution No. 18, or per- haps better known as the bonds amendment. Its defeat . was so crushing that not enough interest was left to watch the counting of the votes. That it was defeated is right. This amendment was thor- oughly discussed before the election and further review of it is out of place. Saturday's election results prove th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

o 0 Flowerland The variety and excellence of our stock of perfumes will please every lady who is fond of dainty and exquisite odors. We select the choicest and most desirable extracts of all the best laboratories instead of carrying the products of but onef Our line includes the moderate-priced as well as the best. Our Soul-Kiss Perfumes * are delicate, subtile, permanent—the kinds demanded by good taste and fashion. We invite you to make your selections here. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store ? £>oca\. | o Bargains in shoes at Daniel & Barton's. tf. Mrs. Jack Beasley is visiting in Galveston. is O Miss Lillie Monk of Kennard visiting relatives here. FOR RENT—Office in First Na- tional Bank, building.—Adv. For Sale—Established wood-yard business. See Leroy Moore. t£ I have Schram and Economy jar tops. • Johnson Arledge. House for rent—immediate pos- session. Apply to J. D. Friend, tf. A bargain lot of shoes at and be- low cost at Daniel & Burton's, tf. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

county, Dr. Roy Dunlap of v- í j, m . % / í i M ■'Y 1 tg « fcf? SPÍ& >• •%< Ik j* i ftW. í^B? mm !■- / B£g&|: Tjrkr Courier-Time . called to Crockett, Texas, • on a business matter, on Tuesday of this week, I had the pleasure of talking with the county judge of Houston county, Judge C. M. Ellis, and also with the county clerk, Mr. O. C. Goodwin, both of Crockett. I also had the pleasure of being taken over the good sand clay roads they are now building within a radius of seven mkes from the town of Crockett The following data was furnished me by Judge C. M. Ellis and Mr. 0. C. Goodwin: x / Some time ago an election for a $150,000 bond issue was held for the purpose of building sand clay roads within a radius of 7 miles frodl the town of Crockett, and the bond issue carried. The bonds were sold at par to- gether with accrued interest at time of sale, which accrued interest amounted to several thousand dol- lars. The agents who sold the bonds were Hanchett Bond Co. of Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

•he'-" learance Sale Prices Have Been Cut in Every Department i >rriing, July 10th, 1913 . 1 • V. Saturday, August 2nd RCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD to the fall season, and this sale, which em- |speedy and absolute clearance we desire, for >f such quality at prices so- low. This page ; scores of others that space does not permit on opening day and often during; this sale IHARGED DURING THIS SALE 13 Thirteen 13 Days of Unequalled Opportunities ZJ T¡ iftple Goods. . 35c known brands of dress , mc yard. e bleached domestic, per 9c per yard ftHc i, worth 15c, per yard 12fH c per yard. 22Hc 7H«; per yard- __5c r yard.. 8Hc yard; \ 16Hc 8Hc percate, worth 8 He per : L .5c Damask. le amask, per yard 22 He ile amask, per yard 39c amask, per yard 49c 11 >le damask, per yard.72%c t¡ >le damask, per yard 98c le rices . 1 B d Spreads. •e« s, each...... m $2L25 ' a ;h ...98c ea h..^ ^..>.$1.25 ;s ,nd nilow Cases. '"A im I sheets, each ..39c in ed sheets, each 72%c us itched sheets, each_...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 July 1913

i i ¡g. • m : $>\W • : Wk:A w*¿ #.£'• l't*"-'. Attorney Alex S. Coke of the According to the proposed pro- gram, the Katy would consent to build an additional line from Trinity, the western terminus of the Trinity and Colmesneil Road, known as the "orphan division" of the Katy, to j connect with the main line; extend, the Texas Central from Rotan, the' western terminus, to the most avail- j able connecting point on the trans-; continental line of the Santa Fe ¡ (such an extension would put the1 Katy in direct competition with the' Santa Fe throughout the northwest-! era part of the state), and agree in! writing that all contracts of the ¡ anything on tfrfa subject nor to per- Katy of Texas with the Katy of j mit any business, if possible, until Kansas in order to become effective Representative Kahn, regular re- ¡mU8t ^®ve t^e official sanction of! publican of California, is given an die Texas railroad commission. Cininittl-Dilli Cast July 22.—The house of representatives continu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 July 1913

w y University Library Au.H„ ®he Crockett Courier. Entewd as Second-Claw Matter at^rockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO : "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JULY 31, 1913. —i — VOLUME XXIV—NO. 27. HOUSTON COUNTYVOTE ON THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. VOTING PRECINCTS Augusta Crockett No. 1. Crockett No. 2. Ash Creek Daly's Freeman Grapeland Holly Ratcliff Percilla . Porter Springs. Shiloh Belott Volga Weldon _ Tyer's Store... Daniels....... Kennard. Dodson Arbor Lovelady Weche8_. j- Total. Sic' 1 CO % era <- • o & 3. o 5 18 22 1 1 3 1 37 0 2 2 4 1 2 '2 2 1 0 10 0 J 145 84 173 149 25 36 48 22 185 23 117 35 45 52 64 42 78 26 23 96 28 41 136 33 1551 H fi PL 3 g 8 r+ 1 I oo. 7 19 22 1 0 5 0 58 0 4 2 3 2 1 1 2 4 0 10 0 0 15 6 162 J 82 165 151 25 37 46 23 161 23 116 35 46 50 64 43 78 23 23 96 28 41 138 33 1527 o3 B || (t> n, |3 Sg o? <-♦ 3 OO. •O c / % o 10 23 0 12 1 18 8 112 79 110 37 42 22 21 114 35 44 47 1 41 75 23 94 39 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 July 1913

1 ■w V Tt v IP - if*®' • •<■ * -. ., " v*. '^- '. j IP < ' Bw®H 5= . S* ■ ' • '■ Sf - h" I • . ' , r : r. *■ " 13* W Wrwx\% 1 f f fl fiÍ9Í&*J .V ", /', '. '" I | I il I m* á ' mm I aíj!/'. .i V • £ m,té í£ ¡¡Si iiS ¡¡¡a. <. > f$jÍ Ap-1 ; 'J&kd ¿;,4í< pi ■ ,}V¿' I" i¡lÍ|SÉ MM: 'fi HmtiaS fry.: 'I K-Mm -m I • ''di! / Slaughter Prices on Clothing. - ..Z'-" 5> All men's $22.50 suits will go at ..... I..: $15.25 All men's $20.00 serge suits will goat $14.45 All men's $16.50 suits now on sale at $11.00 All men's $12.50 suits will go at .... $ 8.50 All men's Mohair $20.00 suits will go at <$14.75 All men's Mohair $18.00 suits will go at $13.25 All men's Mohair $17.50 suits will go at $12.85 All men's linen $10.00 suits go at 7.65 All men's Rep $7.50 suits go at $ 5.25 All men's linen $5.00 suits go at... ...$ a25 All men's linen $4.00 pants go at .. All irlen's $6.00 pants now on sale at $ 3.85 All men's $5.00 pants now on sale at v $ 3.25 All men's $4.00 pants...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 July 1913

© 7 •V':. e * Cr W.1 f * V 0 Pin 20 The State of Texas. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Houston County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the heirs of Daniel Harrison, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of I. D.'dams, deceased, whose n&mes are unknown, the heirs of Isaac Adams, de- ceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of S. E. Loeb, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Lem Haas, deceased, whose names aré un- known, the heirs of S. Frank, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of' Henry tyur, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Ferdinand Bur, de- ceased, whose named are unknown, the heirs of M. W. Ellis, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of L. J. Crow, deceased, whose names are un- known, the heirs of S. D. Drennan, de- ceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of L. D. Drennan, deceased, whose names are unknown, the heirs of Jacob Allbright, deceased, whose names are un- known, the heirs of Benjamin Ellis, de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 July 1913

ra V - «II ¡ -'m Ubi5 1 l oí * JJPR- bé f 5c per line ur printing of any kind will, in all cases, personally responsible for the " " biD. J—L. TÉ'. ■ ■■ ■ Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and health had their or- igin on the farm. He that riseth late must trot all day and shall scarce overtake his business at night. The fair should be made to accu- rately reflect the agricultural achievements of the community and state. EM: i*h:-V vw" The Sixth Annual Fair held at Rockdale recently broke all pre- vious records for attendance. The exhibits were fine and caused much favorable comment The solution of the problem of a better money return from the soil and of a fuller social return from the country life is one of the most pressing tasks before the country. Having for its purpose the build- ing of a railroad line from Lobo, in Culberson county, to a point in New Mexico, crossing the state line at Crow Flat, a distance #f ninety-five miles, tibe Van Horn Valley railway company, w...

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