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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 March 1902

w " - t 4 ' mini eaua ol V . i - v tblus count1 Advocating the bast interes of Ellis county aU the time; TOL. If. HAltSY. FREESE. NO.' 1 . Editor & Publishes, City of Hays, Kansas. March 8, 1902. a year. r ii'i iw eaLC I 7" 1 f s M t -f t i A MILLINERY Mm OPENING- he gtnit fjtonual jMaal at pugs citg, TTllkinson, President. ' Prof N. next Friday & Saturday, j.ienost stynsn and up to dato Hays City will be cn Exhibition at MARCH 14th & 15th. President Wilkinson was here on Miss Blender's Millinery parlors. - .' Do not forpet the date if you wish to see a ityhsh and rau in or Aiiumery goods eucb, as the irtylish pattern hats, walking s hats, caps, bonnets, tarns arid sailors. Sive me a call on March 14th and 15th. NEXT FRIDAY & SATURDAY. LAURA BLENDER. Western seed 4 Western planters ANSAS SEED HOUSE P. Barteldes & Co. Lawrence, Kan. Pattern Hats . ever showa in ISnnday & Monday looking up mat ters connected with ' the new Nor mal school here Im the evening a m...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 March 1902

THE FREE PRESS, HARRY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF IMEUES1. A commercial club has been organized In Beloit. . The Arkansas river case is up now so is the river. Topeka, or a portion of it, has an epidemic of scarlet fever. A Caldwell miller says he is receiving 1,000 bushels of wheat a day. The contract for the marble work on the ground floor of the Kansas state house is contracted for at 17,562. - Ordinary work horses sell at Sa'lina as high as 8130. Mules and cattle are in demand at much increased prices. The Kansas friends of General Fun Eton in Washington will tender him a brilliant reception on his arrival there. The Santa Fe freight car shops at Topeka have been put upon a ten hour schedule. There are 300 men emploj-ed in this department. Kansas expends S9 per capita for the support of the public schools instead of 84 as has been published. There are 50,800 children of school age. Miss Minnie Liggett, aged 40, who was one of the victims of the hotel lire In Ne...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 March 1902

.Made. Well and Strong by Pe-ru-na. wi jituinmiM in mi a J, -v ifP taw! A Doctor's Liffle Daughter Cured of Grip by Pe-ru-na. Dr. R. RobbiDs, Physician and Sur geon of Muskogee, Indian Ter., writes: " I have been a practicing physician for a good many years and was always slow to take hold of patent medicines, but this winter my little girl and my self were taken with the grip. I was so bad I was not able to sit up. I sent for a doctor, but he did me no good. "Finally I sent and got a bottle of Peruna and commenced to take it. I took two bottles and my cough was gone and my lungs loosened up and my head became clear. My little girl took the same way. " It looked as though she would die, she was so sick. I gave her medicine, but it seemed to do her little good, so I sent and got one more bottle of Pe runa and commenced to give it to her. it was only a short time until she was getting along all right, so I give your medicine, Peruna, the praise for what It did for me and my dear littl...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 March 1902

sale. V Uvr M" , r-j-of i-4-t c 10. T 12. R i9, ; Ai.o NEfsec 6,town 12, R. 17 in Eilis county- free. ' no nifnat o Gcunh Gtiro Tor Cotighs, Ccldfl and Creep. The Republican count v central icorwmte? rn r la.-! Sturdai and Cii ! h ir c.untv convention to meet lhurddy . March 27th to rc lect delegate to their state, conr Suberban lot for sale. In suth an part K-i town neat the creek' iine buiMine lots with abundance of water guaranteed. A lot ISO by 425 feet, in wheat. Apply at Free Press offi-; 'JUDICIAL CONVENTION. w ord come jrm Wnkeeny fhat Jhri A ; Ne's' n of Ibat towa has enten-n ibe rnto for the republican r mir.non ur Judge of ibis dis trict. He hkb lived there manj years, has bean ceunt j attornej for years and i as straight as a die and would make a splendid fudire, It make a triangular coo test between be, Reeder A Pes tana, each carrviog bis county, New Drug store. APPLEBAUGH'S new Drug store, on iortn Main street, oddo- sue ine oepot, is now open for on ptres-, General a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 March 1902

1 . - V"V;-k - -z. .. J' - i-o;. - tficiai paper of Ellis county. - - r . v f ' - ' of Ellis co;..aty' all the time. Advocating the best i SIS ; you NO. ,19. F JrlALiSY FREES EL EdITOK & PUBLISHER. City of Bays, Kansas. Mrch 15, 1902. 1. a 3rear. Sv&v AjDTEKnsxna Papeb ei Cos ritere I I X V r at Public sale ai LA0ROSEB Kush County, Kansas, on Saturd sv. April 5ih, 1902. 32 BULLS TO WIT: lggT 20 head if Rc-ar?tr- d Short Horn Bulls. &jgr" 11 head ot H;L'f. Gra.k Short H.rn Bull, SrT" 1 High grade Aberdeen Arg. Bull. Thfs are excellent oung hulls in good breeding eonbino. Catalogues nrrj'hed on da of -ale. Sale to begin at one o'clock P m TERMS of bale are CASH, but notes will be t.kn ' With approved perm 't . drawing iiiteie-t tn'tn dae of -ale J J. Diihmock.... Hiawatha, K:-m Col,: J. W. Athey, Auctioneer. , tMM MILLINERY -Wliil&W OPENING- next Friday & Saturday, Mu"cJt'i5lL The most tvlish and up to date Pattern Hits ever s-hown in Har Citjf will be n Exhibition...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 March 1902

THE FREE PRESS. IUBRT FKEKZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Parsons bucket shop is dead. A disastrous deal caused the fatality. Cyrus Leland has resigned the place of custodian of the federal building- at Topeka. Contract has been let for erecting1 a Catholic convent at Concordia, to cost S47.000. Professor Snow is back in Snow hall of Kansas university, in his old chair and is happy. Topeka drug1 stores are not selling half the liquor they did before the wide open disregard of law policy was adopt ed for the saloons. Contract will be let on March 20 for the main building- for the branch nor mal school on the Fort Hays reserva tion; the building- to be completed by September 1. Col. Metcalf will continue to reside In Lawrence as the trains are so sched uled as to permit him to spend the day at the pension office in Topeka and be at home nights. The establishment of an experiment station by the agricultural colleg-e will probably cause the abandonment of of the ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 March 1902

i k 7 it In Pi: l; . ': H mi Of National Reputation Are the fden Who Recommend Pe-ru-na to Fellov Sufferers, A Remarkable Case Reported From the State of New York. CONGRESSMAN HOWARD, OF ALABA3IA. House of Representatives, ) Washington, Feb. 4, 1899. f The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: , Gentlemen: have taken Peruna now tor two weeks, and find 1 am very much relieved. I feel that my cure will be permanent. I have also taken It for la grippe, and 1 take pleasure in recommending Peruna as an excellent remedy to all fellow sufferers. " M. W. HOWARD. Congressman Howard's home ad dress is Fort Payne, Ala. M" OST people think catarrh is a disease confined to the head and nose. Nothing1 is farther from the truth. It may be that the nose and throat is the oftenest affected by ca tarrh, but if this is so it is, so only because these parts are more exposed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the .other parts of the body. Every organ, ever3r duct, every cavity of the human body is l...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 March 1902

I,--. faulwi hnn to; Htii In fc i;tti a-t part' nf : uwr 7. tbe ciet-k-ihie buU iuir li abundance (1 vvtter liiMiH t '. A lot 130 h 42o Wi,.uj irbvt. --'J! rausv piHel iu--'lav. Hi( UDe tbat Fau-t s anions t.- eir new book for. anv whoiIeHre " read :t before seeing the pU v. Ml :Kev Uiug' htore. APPLEfiAUtih' new Drug store, h ioth Alain trt;-i, . site h depot, is. um op-rj f.t hi ; James H, Reeder has. benhaTi '' QuiteV lot f-..i -V epeU this , brt :,fcd"Blo;'b bU & 6 cts,. baskel "cmjuliui wea. rcr wc nro having has Mt folks to making gar den and the boj to play bail. AVin Hail and Mm'rtriffiih ' ':.,r:..,..,,l'tk..;.. 1. 1 r uit-.niTv 't the home of Mr. II.ill Tbursdav ere, The iit:l blown parkMge caused mncb met nment Airs Hrnnes sistr of ltcls 1 t tr sior , ijt-iv hJ t'.h.s-lt. Mrs W anl. was the fortunate wb drugs, ngaifi, . talion r. ?ru -h-s. ... -r ..flue bet package, after twap Ever thiiiir in biid(iie lnitj . i-mtr, and received the oreltv nnz e?e.. fre- trom rhis; m....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 March 1902

paper ol Ellis county. Advocating- the best interes of Ellis county all the time. if i 7 "t i - ) i. v I - 'I V 1 r x 1 YOL. 19. HAH BY FREES E. HO. 1 Editob & PtTBLnSES. City of Hays, Kansas. March 22, 1902. 1. a year. Best Abve SHORT HORH EOTTLE. The Normal School. at Public sale al LA'GROSEE. Kush County, Kansas, on Saturday. April 5th, 1902. 39 RTTT T Q from k months. OA JD U JulO, TO 2 YEARS OLN. TO WIT: IS? 20 head of Registered Short Horn Bulls. tT 11 head of High Grade Short Horn Bulls, EST" 1 High grade Aberdeen Angus Bull. These are excellent young bulls in good breeding condition Catalsznes fnrnished on day of sale, FmJl begin a one o'clock P ni TiKIS of bt:e are CASH, but notes will be taken' With MnririlVArl Mm if n li-on,inr ntirr-l I 4 f ! J J . Dimmock, Hiawatha, Kan r 1 T Tf r . . . . . . ' uux, d, w. Ainey, Auctioneer. Western seed 4 Western planters KANSAS SEED HOUSE F. Barteldes & Co. Lawrence, Kan. Frees, pare and true eeds. Always grow and give full ret...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 March 1902

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE. Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS, K A IiS AS ITEMS OF INTKREST. Alexander McMillan, a Cloud county farmer, has lost 100 hogs from cholera. Kansas university has received ma chinery with which to produce liquid air. Considerably more than half the de positors in Kansas banks are farmers and stock raisers. Dickinson county farmers report the hard wheat in good condition while soft wheat is injured. During the month of February 421 cases of small pox were reported in "Kansas, but no deaths. The Western Union Telegraph com pany is rebuilding its line along the Union Pacific in Kansas. Although properly classed as an ag ricultural state Kansas produced in 1901 over 6,000,000 worth of coal. Major Calvin Hood has presented to the College of Emporia his collection of minerals, Indian and cowboy relics. Even politicians are, some of them, unable to trace the lines of the con gressional districts of Kansas on a map. Smith Center now has an artesian "Well which gives an excel...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 March 1902

- ; t is; - 7S -0 P.. r r I I I -4 i . V As a Reliable Specific for the Ills Incident to the Vicissitudes of Their Occupation. J Asst. Supt Police J ute-iJ John Writes : E. Ptacek, Assistant Superintendent of Police of Chicago, III. I used Peruaa for a very severe case of nasal catarrh, and am gtad to inform you that it has accomplished a complete cure. I have no hesitancy in recommending it to others," JOHN B. PTACEK. Officer A- C. Swanson writes from 607 Harrison street, Council Bluffs, la., as follows: 'As my duties compelled me to be out in all kinds of weather I contracted severe cold from time to time, which settled In the kid neys, causing , severe pains and 0g'0&2 trouble in the pelvic ' -ttfif? organs. " am now like a new man, am in splendid health and give all praise to Peruna." . A. C. SWANSON.. Michael O'Halleran, Lieutenant Ser 'creant of the ' Summerdale Station Police Department, writes from 1993 V. Monroe street, Chicago, 111.: " Several of the officers of our st...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 March 1902

' Suberban lot fhr sale. - wo jri or town neai use crees nn bull ids Iota with Bounaance, ot water guarantee-? A lot 120 42o ?W, ;hem. - Apply ' i?W Pj rf .'if,.-.. New Drug store. APPLEBAUGH'S new Dru tore, on North Main street, oppo lta the depot, is now open for b. mtss, General assortment of a let class drucr store, new and frp!i druga, cigara, tUlioncry, brogue. JLTtrviams m handsome ' bottks teases, free from du; and dirt . . Precriptinna carefully filleu GiYe us a call. Telephone No - 30. REPS3IT OF THE COKOITIOS 6F THS !?R5T WITIOHAL BAHK, At HATS CITY, State of Kansas, at t Clae of buimi-gji Feb. 25, 18y3 aweaai ana discount: rvomm - i i. xiowi uwb&s. nrni r 1 t i a am i - ot reierye amenta 9445 13 j COQtlH of l c lb iur m, ruiDie .Library and very nice, - r a. uut ty Uucr not the r 1 hrf;.k out the-, -ctirm u ii.e ru uiiurui .M.Ji,-o,. tJCpf.. ihkju.-i work on tee Ft. Havs fu ervafion aud moved there Tbur. day ana coranjcnced the Work. JLt, Ad kins has bought the No fa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 March 1902

iiiciai paper oi Ellis county. Advocating the best interes of Ellis count) all the time. VOL, 19. tTO. 1 HABBT .FREES E. EdXTOS & PUBLESSSS. City of Hays; Kansas. March 29, 1902 SI. a year. Bx8T AsTBxsara Pafss is Ccu Mrs Gager has returned from fcartn? asst. Joha J. Frank has rectired a ktndeoae riolin from Chicago. Iii3 Lily Freese returned on Tanrsday to hii work at Bulla Jo, Tha tad maws cosaas that oar old Grraaa farcer of north Walker township, Johan Buclow. during one of his appolactic fits, had the tniafortaae to fall into the well on tneir pUca and drowned in the 3 foot of water there before ' be was discoTsred." Mrs Buelow has this TEspatky of that whole section. The County corasiisaieners met m Wadnasday. W- R GriSn teadared his resignation as Trustee of Ellis towaship and it was ac cepted aad George Lei se ring was appoimted to fill the racancy. Tha Geratan doetors hare held out at tha Opera house this week to fall houses. Give a taedical lecture sad quite a show. An...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 March 1902

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Fab. HAYS CITY, KAXS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. WalteH. Culver, formerly of Topeka, died on March 30 at Circle City, Alaska. ' Ottawa is to have a street fair, or, as it is called there, a May festival, on May C to 9. Within a few weeks $75,000 worth of Geary county lands have changed hands, and practically all of it has been taken by home people. Sumner county commissioners have given the use of lots the county has bought for taxes to be used for gardens by people who have none of their own. The register of deeds of Sedgwick county says that 80 percent of the more valuable property sold in the county in the past ten years was bought by home 'people. Mrs. Sarah li. Adams, mother of ' J&tacs Uartoa Adaras, the verse writer of the Denver Post, died at her home in Topeka, on March IS. She was 92 years old. The WinCeld city council has accept ed Mr. Carnegie's proposition to give 815,000 for a library there conditioned upon the city's giving $l,o00 a ye...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 March 1902

i' 't i -i v v Nurses Experience. .Medical men say that a good nurse in a difficult case is better than med icine, but when we can get a good nurse and good medicine, the patient stands a much better chance of re covery. The few words of advice given below by nurse Eliza King, are well worthy the attention of all readers : ' I hare constantly used St. Jacobs Oil in ;he various situations I have occupied as surse, and have invariably found it excellent 1 all cases requiring outward applialion, Such as sprains, bruises, rheumatic affection, neuralgia, etc. In cases of pleurisy it is au excellent remedy well rubbed in. I can strongly recommend it after several years use and experience. It should be in every household." Sister Carolina, St. Andrew's Hospital, writes : I have found St. Jacobs Oil a most efficacious remedy in gout ; also in sprains and bruises. Indeed, we cannot say too much in its praise, and our doctor is ordering it constantly." Rifle for Cavalry Soldier. British paval...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 March 1902

1; Team wanted want to buy work team. T.'UPickering. 01 i ice . good The Normal School J at Free Press . Suburban lot for sale. In south rust part of town uei ek fie'builiD lots with abundance ol water guaranteed : A Jot ISO by 425 feet, in wheat. ffl r at j?ree fress oe. New Drugstore. APPLEBAUGH'S nevi, Dr. store on North Main street opr. to the depot, is now open fori sines, General assortmorit drntJ g 6tr Dew ani fresh otcr Slde the Library, and up urues. apart. ,.to; iJ . I ctu; - . . ' ' auu. u TB1 ?ff ? handime ''bottle? r?',a, on racks to be kept, if po RpV.!n , -"iwsiua uumiaencca wors ol- ine i Fort buildings for the new normal scnooi oyer there. , . u ,inel s large cottage i I ! - . l joining toi Miss Kellar, the .o. iBwm .irrinapai, and her moth Both are fine and cemmo ae u- and da mirlEi,., t r 7 ui tiUUliUr iaoe. The adjoining" cottage on rach side wiJlbe kept and repaired tor other cottages for feaoh OfO if needed. ' The octagon stone HarWT-fT.c H4..I- idvio oe ttie L...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 April 1902

Iffleial paper of Ellis county. Advocating: the best interests of Ellis counfv an the time. Oil y of Hays, Kansas. April 5, 1902. VOL. 1$. HAHRY FREESE. XJQ. 1 EDITOB & PfJBLISHEB. $1. a year. Best Advertising Papek in Co: Patronized by tfis z asin&ss jH&n 4 1 have on a new line of pattern hats, and also walking hats. You can find any style of hats, trimming, silks, chiffons, embroi dery silks, hosiery, etc. Prices will be made all right to eacli and every customer. Give us a call. LAURA BLENDER. nnnn o (UugQw rs. k 1. Elirk has opened a display of in-tlie Schultz Jewelry store oppo site the Windsor A display ot outing hats can be seen and the loveliest ot goods. Come see me and dont buy until you see my goods, Mrs. A. D. Kirk. Western seed 4 KANSAS SEED HOUSE F. Barteldos & Co. Lawrence, Kan. Frsb, pure and true seeds. Always gnw and riv full returns. Garden, Field and Farm SFEDS All the Latest Novelties,. Broinut Inermi. Russian Spelt Woniierlul Droujjtn leMsting p...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 April 1902

THE FREE PRESS. H Alt BY rilEEZE,.Fab. HAYS C1TYU KASS KANSAS ITKMS OS" INTEREST. Sixty-four dollars an acre has lieen paid recently for 125 acres in J'arlc township, Sedgwick county. Nearly every night and sometimes in the daytime burglaries are committed in Kansas towns, as well as else where in the west. The Kingman Leader-Courier tells of a coneert given in a salt mine there 1,000 feet underground, by the Koston Ideal opera company. Kx-.Iudge Vandivert, formerly of Kinsley, was run over by a heavy dray in New York City not long since and was seriously injured, v A Topeka greenhouse man has been whipping asparagus to New York City. For little bunches about the si as of your wrist, lie receives 81 a dozen. S. H. Hoyt has sold his ranch in Jackson county, known as the Cleming thire rauch, to .1, 1. Larsh, a Nebraska speculator. The price was S3 3,000. Arthur Linn, a young single man, was smothered to death while working at the salt mines at Kingman, caused by & cave-in of the b...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 April 1902

A Noted Knight Templar Owes His Health to Peruna. Coionol T. I Moody, a prominent Knfght I Templar. is well known in every city In the J United States west of Buffalo, N. V ., a a Jeweler's Auctioi.-cer. In the city of Chi- c&go as a prominent lodge man. being a member of the K. T.'s and also of the Ma sons. The cut shows Colonel Moody in the costume of the Oriental Consistory Masons, S2nd degree. In a recent letter from 5'J00 Michigan avenue. Chicago, 111., Mr. Moody says the following: ' "For over twenty-five years I suffered from catarrh, and for over ten years I suffered from catarrh of the stomach terribly. . "I have taken all kinds of medi cines and have been treated by all kinds of doctors, as thousands of my acquaintances are aware in different parts of the United States, where I have traveled, but my relief was only temporary, until a little over a year ago 1 started to take Peruna, and at the present time t am better than I have been for twenty years. The ore n ess has...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 April 1902

Team wauled I. want to buy a good work team. - T. U. Pickering, at Free Press office. Suberban lot for sale. In bnutb pant part of town ueai tbe creek lino buil 'inc lot with abundance ot water Guaranteed. A lot ISO h 425 feet, in v. heat. Apply at Free Press offi.-e. LIVERY RIGS. When You cow 6 t Havsund want a carriage "to the Re.serva tion grt one ot tb AL ROD INS OX Livery Sjihle, opposite tbe Brunswick hM New Drug store. ' APPLEBAUGiTS new Drug store, ou North Main street, oppo- ,mv .4M-W,, u..ir V'1 U .... ...... U., I 1 suie?, Teueiui as-son met i or a 1st cl.'s drug siore, new and fresh drugs, ei pars, . tationerv, brushes. Even thing m handfonje bottles & cases, freo from dusi and oirt. Pr script inns cm fully filled Give ih :i call. TL phone No SO. Mad den's Elevator. ive will have our Grand Owning at tb St"cc E'evnlor The higb- est pnro paid tor Wheat. Oats, Com und ali Liras t Feed alw:is on band tt Lowe.tt of prices. EED Grain ot u.l kinds cin be hud at lowest Price...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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