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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

iv# m tTib WBEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTB. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1 07. oar BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewjng Machines. Since a piano as a rule costs more than ,.ny other single pieci* of furniture that goes* int the home, and since a vast majority ol 'he people who buy "once for all," the purchase of ont ought to be given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost cai'tion. Some people m>K© their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r tho opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to *'Pi8s" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- — ment of obseuiv musicians, much less one of note; fbut when a Kimball, or an Estcy, or a Camp & Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity," recommended and used by the world's most famous artists...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

it * j V" •«'■ ■ 4: IslM; * AS CRYSTAL You'll pncbabl* need window glass soon with which to replace | liroken panes Iwfoh* whiter storms and («>)^ wind* come* 'f « H-~ An you'll want tin* best glass you can obtain for the money, I W Dure and examine our Ntork. ■ ■ We rail your attention to windotv glass at this time because Wr U'n u hiumiiihI)^ subject andulwi from the fart tluit we have w> I vciill)' mvlvcd some that Isexi-rptionully clear nnd free from de I fects—fiotlt the single amldouble thick. ■ \\> run supply you with uny size I in any quantity wanted, andas we bought it right you'll Had our I prices most satisfactory. Smith Bros. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. McKinney, Texas. I- ' V One Cent Each - Or- 10c Per Dozen Beginning Saturday, w<* will se 1 i all our Post Cards valued at lean than 5 cents, at 1 cent each. All that were 5 cents at 2 for 5, (except leather.) All 10 cent Cards at 5 cents. We haye several thousand to choose from. Come in and take your pick. While ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

Kflflw trM$< > JUlt] [WKNTV-FOl'HTH YEAR, NO. to. McKINNEY, COLLI COUNTY, TEX IK, THI'liMim. \o\EMBER M. I 07. h' Al j Foot HONOR OF TEACHERS !, eye, inney, rgeon 3 111); Inuey Foote t cor- dence lorth- : Of nney. Mali's tank. thone Col- tltlea y to bus- not,, L for lable over Me- aner reet. Idest tork onal V of any. Just ents ❖ * <• •> <• ❖ ❖ •> ❖ ❖ ❖ :• •> .s & >: f The evening of November 7 will nig be remembered by the teachers f Collin county ami other guests of le Dally Courler-6a ette and Week- Democrat-Oazette. on account of e royal time afforded and the rincely entertainment given by the janagers of your moat excellent pu- ers. More than two hundred uests, Including teacher*, ministers, ewspaper men and others accepted he kind invltutkm ol the paper i nd pent one of the most delightful tvenlngs that it has been our prlvi- •ge to enjoy. The offices and mechauical depart- ueul Wert* In perfect order. every hlng clean and neat, thus bellelng he old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

. .* . ;#■: i:$r. M "A\- DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? KMney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who irml* the newt pajHT is iturc to know bladd ;Cf SI >L'< if tlu* wonderful cut i* made by Dr Kilmer's Swamp- the great kid ney, liver and Mad der rem It is the ;^reat med- ical triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after year« of scientific retctrcb l y Dr. Kilmer, thr eminent kidney and and its wonderful 1. successful in promptly curing lame back, nric acid, catarrh of the bladder and flright's Di etH!, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilnuft'« Swamp-Root is not ree unintended for everything but if you have kidnev, liver or bladder tiouble it will 1* found just the remedy you need. It liar 1 eeii tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and hai proved so siu ct nsfnl in every case tlwt a sjtecial arrangement bus l een made which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent fret...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

. t' !' ; :fc™ THE) WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1807. < lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC oooooooooooo<x Announcement! Let the reliable Feather your nest. We sell our Goods on the Level.. We me striving for no greater reward than"the confidence of the people which we hope to koep well guarded by our hon- est method of business dealings. It is e>:< ceding!./* gratify lug to know that wh are daily adding new customer* to our al- ready long lint of patrons. We will pei mil no 111 Isrep resent a- tlon and garant.ee satisfaction to nil or your money hack on demand. Call on us at any tine and we will Convince you that our value giving stands without any competition. H. J. HESS Ladies and Gents Furnishings, E.Louisa. St. West J. P. Dowelis, Mc Kinney, Texas. < >0oooooo<x^ooooooo<6<c" ooooooooooooooo< } wen Vftj flckfl It ties' Infus higt b fail Intel | ii luarl ll pet ITCH Ik. lise , Continental Bank & Trust Go. McKiriney, Texas THE BANK WHERE YOU SHO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

■ •: T, ' 'I ' ' ' ' 1" ■% V ; "-y" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER !4, HOT. Democrat-Gazette. ."" Published Bwy Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WAI.1KU R. WILSON Editors, I*ublisli« rs and Proprietors. stored an Becond-clasa mall matter. To ®Ob crlborm: -Thr <Ute printed ophite net on tb« margin of the paper or on th«) • krtlottfl* the time to wnloh your nub- _ 10 la i)lid All •ubacrtpMoiu dxpiri on fil Irsi of toe raontn. Any #ul* crtb< r lift rw* Mrlug lbe p«p r rnk;ul*riy VU1 plo*** aeuty u IT* do not vend ruo«tpt* for money paid on iaiwortiAioa . but o'«dlt nub* on aitp •tWubfeti >0 PtPM, t ccojtli in not fcUowa on tllp In ten ImtroK d te oC rnvlttMoo, notify thu offic*. Subscription Rates One copy one year §1.00 ItliLD A DORMITORY. A well patronized boarding school is a material advantage to the hus- 1 tH'KK inter est* of any town. Mc- Kinney has the school—the Jones Academ>. but It is handirupped by lack of a dormitory for glrlB, with an experienced matron in charge. Why not build a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

THE WBBKLT DKMOCRAT-GAZBTTB. THURSDAY. NOVKMHKR 14, 1#07. . ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION ./ T. Pat- Poii ree. tlx The Collin Couuty Oratorical As- sociation. haviug already adopted a previous meeting tho constitution and By-Laws of the association ruin- VH)ted ltd organisation at the closing session of the Collin County Teach- er*)' iQHtitUtA. The report of the committee and the count!tut ion are self-explanatory and are aa foliowh: We, your nominating committee, beg to submit the following namcK as candidates for officers lu Collin County Oritorical Association: Prof. J. H. Hill, president; M. A. Chllders, lnt vice president; C. K. Walker, 2nd vice presideut. MIhh Mary Clark, corresponding Bee-rotary; W. rick, treasurer; Miss Lotie recording secretary. Kespectfullv submitted: X. C. CARH. K. W. MUSK. A M WOLPOKD. Com till tee. Constitution and By-Laws of the Collin County Oratorical Assocla- tion. I. Const i t ut ion—-I *rea m ble. Wh, the teuehers of Collin county, in order to better dev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

! ' ■ 1 •■'■TSW' . ,HHu. • ^ /. '' , '. . % . '■••*' v;'1'" .-r" * .rrsasr, THURSDAY. N0V8MBER 14. 1 «7, THE PEOPLE COUNTY! The recent financial situation in the East created a condition in the commercial interests of the South without parallel in the history of this country. There being no market in the East where our cotton buyers can sell their cotton, exchange for cash has temporarily ceased, locked the wheels of commerce and brought about a waiting condition. As you well know the financial institutions of McKinney and Collin County have safely weathered this temporarily "Money Famine," and now enjoy your unshaken confidence to a greater degree than ever be-, fore in all their long, successful careers. A continual stream of gold, amounting to about $50,000,000 within the past week, is coming in from Europe; supplemented by other relief amounting to $50,000,000, turned by the treasury vaults of the Federal Government and United States Mints into the channels of legitimate trade. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

v :: \ 11111111 mi i mil 11111111 hi 11 im 111111 i i u 1111 i i + n 11111 in 1111 n i m n i 1111 ii 111111 i m Allen-Slaugtered the prices of one of the largest wholesale clothing houses in New York en account of the tightness of money matters. We bought every suit this house had for SPOT CASH AT OUR PRICE. Now to make one mam- mouth wholesale slaughter clean-up sale we have decided to place our entire $25,000 stock of clothing on sale at a 25 per cent discount. Consisting of men's, young men and boy's Suits, men's, young men and boy's Over Coats, men's, young men and boy's odd pants. Remem ber we have only this seasons goods consisting of all the latest creations in style and cut. We are not showing you goods that have been handled around on the counter for five or ten years. . i Houar > il c opyrij|K^ 1*307 - J KupprntaaOttf Chicago Sale Begins Thursday Nov. 14, 1907. $27.50 mens Suits $20 65 25.00 mens Suits | Q 7C> 22.50 mens Suits j 0 90 20.00 mens Suits 15 OO 17.50 mens...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

. mm MnHMMnffSHMI tfi 'M Kff' ■ .i ■ jfei- ALL OVER THE COUNTY. f * VINKLAND. Addle McDonald has return- le to Vioclennes, lnd.. after a her paranti, Mr. and Mrs. J. She wan accompanied home Bister, Mlaa Maria Kerr. Retta Scott left Saturday for up where the will teach school, be Bloomdale school opened Mon- wlth Prof. T. O. Murray at ncipal and his wife an assistant, are glad to have Prof. Murray Wife with us again. Mitt Grace Kerr is vlaltluK rela- and friends at Cellna. Lem Stewart and wife or McKin- ley, and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Car- ington and baby Ruell of West ike, La., are visiting friends here. MiaMs Almanza Kerr and Mable ralkington spent Wednesday night Miss Hattle Gasset of Cellna. Mr. Burruss and family have noved to Oklahoma city where they rill make their future home. BIGGKIIM. * We e In the grip of Boreas at present. Everything is coated over With Croat and ice. The change from torrid to frigid has been ho sudden that we could not sufficiently appre- ciate it. One ple...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

Kjpi iE^rSU a— THE WKKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1#«7. I ■W 1 i PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARDS OF VAHIOIK PltOFES- SIONS GROUPED FOR VOI'B CONVENIENCE. PERCSAL OF PUBLIC Invited to Column* in Which Are Sdiii^N of Diwior*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries Ktf. T. H. Bryant, Dentist, Foote House. Phono 203. McKln#ey. I>r. J. C. N. Smith, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Kinney, Texas, Dr. Ionia Kate Wynne, Osteopath. Mallow building, southwest corner square. Phones, office tG2; resi- dence 2H7. I>r. K. L. Ilurton, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKinney, Texas. Foote Mouse. •I nines Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon. Prompt attention: office phone ltl!9; North Kentucky street. McKinney, Texas. I>r. W. 10. Hueker, office in Foote House, second floor, northwest cor- ner. Phones, Office -It!; residence 177. DON'T LOSE YOUR HEAD. THE TEACHER AND PARENT Following is the address delivered by Mrs, J. W Edmonds on 'Co- operation of Teachers and Parents." ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

S= , V .PRICES Baking Powder Is the most efficient and perfect of leavening agents* MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR No alum, lime or ammonia. HKN FUJI' IIKM |.\ lMYOItCE. Wife liiiHiifd llcr to XciKlilNir and Trouble Began. Evansville, Ind., Nov. 9.—A set- tliiK hen Is tin* cause of u divorce milt now on trial in the Superior Court here. Noah Young is seeking legal separation from his wife be- cause of trouble over the hen In question. Young has n number of fine chick- ens at his home. In his complaint he states that one day last summer he weht home and found one of his best hens gone. His wife vowed she did not know what had become of file fowl. He says a few days after this he saw his hen in one of the neighbor's yard setting and learned that his wife had loaned the hen to the neighbor to set. He says the neighbor had the eggs and his wife the hen, so they decided to go in partners. Young says he told his wife that he did not like it because she had lied to him, and when he studied...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

j'JOii THE WKRKLY DBMOTRAT-OAZETTK THURSDAY, NOV KM UK It 14. 1 < 7. | A Rational Treatment* BARGAINS IN PIANOS \ Catarrh Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. X Y y is one tliat soothes the inflamed and congested membranes and heals .aid aean.ses without "drugging" the alieo- teU part*. / "* Since a piano as h rule fonts raore than >.nv oth«T fn^le pi'ec«'of furniture lliat jjocs im iIih home, rid since a vast nmjoritv <>t 'he people who buy ''once for all," the puivhane of one ought to be tfiven serious ooinit Ignition and the make selected 'ith the utmost cat tion. Some, people m>Ke their selections on the trtngih ot the salesman's represeutatiotiH. or 10 opinion ol some unscrupulous person paid to 'Pass" upon the merits of the instrument, which, In'many canes, lia* not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much It ss one of note; .but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 November 1907

'" v ' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1 01 {f W * . P$i " ' HP wtmm vlTremendous November Cut Price Sale O H T S Owinjr to the continued warm weather and backward conditions we find we are 510,000 overstocked. These goods will be moved out the "Knight" way.—By cutting prices wherever possible and turning them into money at once. Notwithstanding the heavy advances in cotton goods we will place many lines of new and seasonable goods on sale at prices that looked good when cotton was selling at half the present pi ice. Such prices certainlv do look extra good now. K N X G T s few" Special Gut Prices on Newest Style^ Skirts 10 Doz. Skirts assorted plain and fancy mixtures. $2.50 values cut, price each only SI.95 I' , .") Dozen Pretty Skirts, feolid col- ors and fancy mixtures 83.50 5 doz ladies skirts nicely made pret- ty serges, pana- mas and fancy mixtures. $(> val- ues cut price each only 4 95 New Suitings and Wool Drass Goods Priced Very Low. See Them. Just the right weaves and col- ors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

«3f V* TWENTV-FOIRTH mil, NO. II. MrKIN'NKV, (HM.IX (X)UNTY, TEXAS, THIRSRAV, MlVEMBER 21, UM T. IEATH OF CLARENCE PERRY Clarence Perry died at 7 o'clock /Thursday at the homo of his father- in-law, W. G. Hlankenshlp, on North Chestnut street, after having b«eH nick with typhoid fever for eighty- eight days. > He was thirty-four yeai4 of age and was reared in this city, being a son of Mr. i.nd Mr*. W. M Perry," residing on Bast Louisiana street, east of the railroads, and whs a quiet, industrious young 'nan yj ex- cellent character, whose * unnmely death is deeply deplored by al! who knew him. About four years ago he married Miss Sammle Hlankenship, daughter of W. G. Blankenshlp, and Is surviv- ed by is wife and two children, one }}' an infant only a month ot' age; his 11 parents and two sisters, Mrs. Will Elmore and MIsk Mary Perry. For the past two years he had been night electrician at the plant of the McKlnney Rlectrlc Light and Power Company. He was a member of the East Mc- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

pf' W:* \ f P A pure, Grape cream of tartar baking powder—Makes Food More Delicious and Whole- some—No Alum—No Phosphates Caro Must be Taken to Keep Alum From the Food kDf. Alonso Clark: MA substance (alum) which can derange the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder." Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale Colleget "I regard their (alum and soluble alumina salts) introduction into >-"1 powders as most dangerous to health." Prof. H. M. Peak May Hun For Leg* I statu re. Pijof. H. M. Peak (if Farmersville, one of Collin's ablest pedaKagties, |nd a true, old-fashion democrat, is strongly being tilled to make the race for local representative of Col- lin county next year, and at the prop- er time will probably be a candi- date. We need such men in the leg- islature as H. M. Peak, honest, open ■ind able. His friends claim that he will -do some pretty good running should he get in the race. ■ -i -J . AT HOMK IN McKINNEY. \V. II. Car., en Moves His Family lien* From I)hI1 n. ARTHUR T. CHUR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-QAZETTB. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1907. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking chines and Sewing Machines. Ma- r - Since a piano a* h rule costs more that) .my other ^ single pittct* of furniture that ^oen i:u the home, * j and since a vast majority' « t 'he people who buy to to lot by he , ml \ "(I. ut- ile in- kf> iae in, in- to ic- on ce for all," the purchase of out ought to be fjiven serious consul*4 rati on ,md the make selected with the utmost cat tion. Some people nvge their selections 011 the frtreng'h of the salesman's representations, o r tha opinion < l some unscrupulous person paid to 4,Pim" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in mativ cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscutv musicians, much less one of note; y but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., i* se- ♦> lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, for that ma ter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

■mii hi'' / V ■ it-Gazette. Every Thursday. f. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Pabtlihrn and Proprietor*. red Its second-class mall matter. To Ssbaortb«ra: —Tbo date prtm«d opposite ? name oo tlie margin of U>« paper or on the i the time to wblota line to wfilcb your ub- upir* on ..... _ . jf no: re- flTtac the paper regala/ly wUl pleaoe notify ua _ i U paid Alt aubaorlptlona aipir* on Va Brat of tM month. Any auWiriber net re We to not aand stagr: iar* fcoi dai raoetpu for money paid oo ovdttaana on slip auaotaed _ credit la not abown on alio in too dato of raiolttanoa, notify tbu uffloe Subscription IUIm Oh ropy one year •1.00 THE McKINNEY MOTHERS' C'Ll'B. filing specially born way down in Kant Texas on a farm that we might qualify ourseif to run and hold of- fice, this apostle, being of the true, tried ami persevering kind, has run for and tilled some of the most im- portant positions in life. Hut all of them without pay or future re- ward for our posterity. Being a charter member of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

1fc'. THE WB1KLT «mvwv«t«v iviiiiimvimmf i vrmvimvirt«Tvr« f - ih & £ /S5r ^ DBMOC a Y. NOVEMBER SI, HOT. m—mm. m there. Jue Kobertiion and Will Long and their families will move there sue**. George Little and Floyd McCurley uihI families will move soon to Kan- nln county, fh**ir future home. Pike, Nov. 17. try. p y u. inl- the who ury, vor lut.' l1S8- ink- <'UP win- and !Sl«t us may urtot ent, ous, lone taU- has try- iav« terin tnah| < |HM1- ;ood •ned oth- lear ela- and to lOOl art y t a diss bne sur« K|v- of lted <lo- the that ome da>. at. igh- to and urn- 'ter- med lsh- tch- owli rap- Iron eilO. Islt - «• to bcr- To Properly Prepare The Thanksgiving Feast Bvery kitchen should be supplied with a Lisk Enamel KoAst- er. it Ih made of three coats of Imperial Krey Enamel, and will last for yeai'h; and Ih the only up-to- date itouster on the market, it. will Have one half the labor in cooking, and 20 per cent in the weight of meat over any other roaster made. We are uKn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

- 'P>' A Mighty Avalanche of Match- less Bargains. • W. S. KNIGHT'S f We are Moving; the Goods Re^ gardles* of Profits. 1 UNLOADING SALE! Sat., Nov. 23rd to Sat. December 14 Inclusive. Must Move $10,000 Worth of Winter Goods WITHOUT PROFIT. Owing to the unsettled financial conditions in the east, wo find we are $10,000 overstocked. We will turn these goods into cash at once, in many instances without one eent of profit ou same. In ho doing our purpose is two fold. First, w« can secure valuable discounts with this, money from eastern wholesalers who are hard pressed. Second, we givtt^ our customers goods lower than any store in Collin county, which makes our business giow. Remember the date. Deu't forget the place. $10,000 Worth $ of Winter Qoods Must be Sold by 4 December 14th. Profits Cut Off. UNLOADING Blankets At Harry them Out Prices Our Blanket stock spcakn for itself both in completeness of asKortment and excellence of values. Cotton Blankets, i"Wool Mixed Bhnkets, all Wool...

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