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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

i\''' ' " ''■ "' "" f*'-h r-:t! 1 m1 ■ • ■ Our Stocks Tell The Story, Extra Special. We offer vou a 3fl inch blenched do- mestic—The Gold Medal Brand Qfp —worth 11 ccnts toduv—at a yd.. 0:Ju For a limited time we will sell twelve yards of good cambric $1.00 This is a splendid quality and worth. 11c a yd. All these goods were contracted for when cotton was it cents or we —couldn't afford to make such prices. We offer for sale two hundred and lifty yards of apron checks Cn worth 7c—for, a yard du This lot wont lust long, so if you want to partake of the bargain be on hand early. Here is a good value- apron gingham worth 10c—absolutely fast "71 a colors—for, a yd I -u Cross-barred nainsook, worth 10c, for, a yd. . Cross-barred nainsook 12 1 -2c a yd. 6'c worth 71a during this sale at I -1* 10c 10c 15 cent cross-barred nainsook during this sale, the yard.... India Linen Lawn worth 15c during this sale, the yard .... Here is the greatest value yet 40 inch lawn, made to sell at 20 cents |...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

ng From Some of the Leading Central Texas Newspapers ments Conditions of Sale Btisiness Circles Stirred to Depth LARGE TEXAS DRY GOODS CON- CERN TAKES DRASTIC ACTION. Chain of Stores to Be Liquidated. All good sold for cash. No credit extended. All goods altered free of charge and perfect fit guaranteed. <8 No goods sent out on ap- proval. Free town delivery Goods exchanged or money refunded. Stocks to Be Sold at Public Sale at Retal. SB; Long circulating rumors about the impending liquidation of the immense General Merchandise stock of the chain of stores of A. J. W agner & Co., located at Bryan, Navasota and Mexia, Teas, were suddenly confirm- ed by the firm's positive announce- ment to that effect. The news has created a stir among the local bus- iness circles, and came as a sur- prise to the many friends and custo- mers of this well-known firm. Thefirm of A. J. Wagner & Com- pany is one of the largest and best known in Central Texas, having been established for over t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

$3.00 Values in Lades latest ^tyle Lingerie Waists styles. $1.23 All Sizes 1910, Public Sale price 8TOCK MU8T BE LIQUIDATED. 10c Quality Swiss or Hamburg Embroidery Ed? es and Insertion to match /_P Pnblic Sale Price lm^ll STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. 75c Standard brand Elastic Seam Drawers all Sizes. Public Sale Price 34c STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. $2.50 $2.00 and SI .50 values in Ladies Foot wear Shoes or Oxfords. Public Sale Price STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. 43c 7^C Quality Fancy figured ■■ Lawns and Batiste 'ull- Pretty Spring Designs. lie Salt; price STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. 3.c I5c Quality select Pearl Buttons Per Dozen, Public Sale price STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. 5C $1.50 Values 1910 Spring Styles Lingerie Dresses handsomely trimmed. Public * X P Sale price UUU STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. $1.00 Quality Chiffon finish 36 inch Taffeta Perfect midnight black. Pub- lic Sale Price STOCK MUST BE LIQUIDATED. 59c $1.50 Values full 3 yards long Nottingham Curtains Prettyflowered designs. Pub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

J I If e i my posession a very 1 that is yellow with to be handled with ire, as it is nearly as large as a quilt when opened out. It is ! a Battle Sheet, a pictorial history of the war in Mexico, and its name is The Brother Jonathan. It was printed in 1847 and is an illustrated history of the battles and conquests of the American Army in Mexico. cas- tle of Beuna Vista, Feb, 23rd, 1847, and the fall of Lieut. Col and windows are pointed the can- volunteers. ' The uext retreat of Gen Val- encia, and his army on his defeat by Gen. Scott, at the Battle of Clirunbusco. A good size picture also of Gen. Antonio Lopez, San- ta Anna, President and Dictator of Mexico. The next is ot Robert J. Walk- er, Esq., Secretary of the Treas- ury. On the fifth page there are sev- On the front page there is a ^ lst Gt>n Scott> pictme lie ai > 'l"1 ' "° ® bombarding the city of Vera Cruz in length of Major General Zac - (lf Marcli, 1847. The ary Taylor. Below the picture ______ reads, "On the fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

a w. IMPROVED FARMS LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. w "V VM have arranged for western <oapital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans s closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. NV. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Mr. Guy MaNeal of Hamlin, Texas, is visiting E. P. Moore, the Photographer for a few days. Jos. Nussbaum lias returned from .1 visit in Galveston. Mrs. M. Marx of Galveston is in the city visiting the family of Jos. Nussbaum. It has been our intention to <dose out -our china goods for about a year, but we still have some left yet, all finest and best quality at a great reduction in prices. Don't fail to see our stock of China.—W. D. Pittraan, Jeweler & Optician. DIED.—Mrs. J. H. Park suddenly at her home in this city Wednesday afternoon of heart failure. She had been visiting in the neighborhood and came in and told her husband that she was f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 April 1910

HELP WANTED Salesladfes and Sales- men for all departments, Cash Boys and Bundle Wrappers. Cashiers— Good pay, referencesjre- quired, experience given preferencce. Apply at once. A. J.^Wagner & Co MEXiA, TEXAS. $75,000.00 Worth of Merchandise, $75,000.00 TO BE SOLD At Public Sale! l Wednesday, April 13th., to Saturday, April 30th., 1910. 16 SIXTEEN 16 16 DAYS 16 16 SIXTEEN 16 WANTED AT ONCE 60 Extra Salesmen 40 Extra Salesladies 10 Bundle Wrappers 4 Cashiers 25 Cash Boys Apply to Manager ' at once. Call in person, no telephone application considered. A, J. Wagner & 09 MEXIA, TEXAS, Our mammoth $75,000.00 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Furnishings must be liquidated at once. Necessity knows no law. The Greatest Revolution in the Clothing Business. The greatest and most sensational sale that the buying public has ever known. For the first time that the height of what is termed a splendid season has been inaugurated with a sale that forc'bly sweeps all consideration aside. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

I , t ity'j11 mmm See J. Sandford Smith for FlftE, LIFE and TORNADO InsuraMe, fle*ia, Texas. Sfik -f!?t - - The Mexia Weekly Herald. s$as! a " '1 Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAg, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. $1.00 Per Year Court House [Notes ■Jfo* Groesbeck Journal. A J Wagner & Co's Department Store Syndicate Bryan, Mexia and Navasota. i V County Court. The April term of County Cour convened Monday morning at 10 oelock with Judge Keeling pre- siding. The following were em- paneled as the petit jury for the week: A. R. Waters, W. S. Baker, N. P. Willis, G. W. Starnes, 0. L. McKinley, R. I. Dealing, W. T. Williams, W. M. I'arten. W. C. Truitt, ,W. L. Allison. E. W. Schnider. The following proceedings have been had this week: State vs Lee Allen, affray dis- missed. ' State vs Jake Thompson, selling liquor to minor—bond in sum of $100.00 with Win. Harnett and B. F. Busby as sureties forfeited. State vs Robt. ICilpatriek, agg.j assault bond in the sum of $200 j with J. W. Chambers and T. A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

J. Harper, Candidate for JvAg* <tf th® Court of Criminal Apnoaalf. PROM DISTRICT JUDGE.* To the Democracy of Texas. Learning that Hon. A. J. Harper at Mexla has decided. In respnoae to the many solicitations which he has received,to become a candidate (or the office of Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas, it gives me pleasure to add my en- dorsement to his candidacy. I have known Judge Harper for many years and know him to be a lawyer of marked ability, and a worker of indomitable energy. These two qualifications are essentially nec- essary in the office to which he as- pires, and I know of no man who posesses them to a greater degree than does Judge Harper. The election of Judge Harper as Judge of the Court of Criminal Ap- peals will reflect honor upon the State, and will add to the already high standard of that Court. Yours truly, H. B. DAVISS, Judge 13th Judicial District. FROM DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Corsicana, Texas, March 23, 1910. To the Democracy of Texas. I have k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

I 4 Meeting of Stockholders, and Election 6f Offi- cers, Etc. ""The stockholders of the Hunger Oil and Cotton company held the -annual meeting Monday at the office of the company and the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year: H. M. Hunger, president. J. Sandfford Smith, vice-presi- * dent. ^ R. A. Parker, secretary and treasurer. H. M. Hunger, S. I. Hunger, R. A. Parker, L. S. Hunger, J. Sandford Smith, Tracy McKenzie ,.and Phil Karner, directors. It was decided to erect a 5- stand gin at Kosse in time for the coming season. After a. thorough discussion it was decided if crop conditions this year justify it a fertilizer plant will be erected and put in operation in connection with the mill here in time to do business next season. The directors will meet September 1st to decide def- initely regrading the matter. * The president was granted a two months vacation this summer and he will likely spend it in Mis- souri at a health resort. BUGGIES! EUGGIES!! We have just re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

and Proprietor oofs Opened This Morning at Nine O'clock. PTION RATES. | .............a.. 11.00. .60 Month* * 25 H second-class matter March 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, , under the act of Congress of h 3, 1879: ■ ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 is. 1 yr 1 Page 912.00 $22.00 $40.00 1500.00 " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 U " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. 1 Colquitt says he doesn't think there is a man who aspires to Bailey's seat in the senate 'tflio could fill it. No; and more than that no man will be given a chanee to try.—Hamilton Journal Colquitt has challenged Candi- date Davidson to debate the is- sues in their race for governor, but the latter is too shrewd a politician to take such dseperate chances.—Ivosse Cyclone. 0 They have located a "man higher up" in the Pittsburg scandal. It would be almost im- possible to discover one lower down tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

• , mu - ■ ,'. £*U*. ■ .. m\ M mmt tOVED FARMS —i LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. —> have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without, delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal.. O. F. Witte visited in Corsi- cana Sunday. J. M. Niekies of Hubbard City is in the city looking after bis interests here. Shanghi Berries WaSited, with their aeestors at Beckham's store. J. R. Neeee has sold the build- ing formerly occupied by the Fa- mous shoe'store to Jesse McLen- don. J? E. Parker of Teague spent Sunday in Mexia. The rates for the Confederate Reunion at Mobile will be $12.90 for the round trip, from Mexia on sale April 24 and 25, limit May 2. Walter Vickers was down from Waxahacliie Sunday visiting his parents. E. H. Richardson, Jr., lias re- signed his position as mailing clerk in this office and is on the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

" " ' ^ THE GREAT CONTEST; Pf-;.' <M'. % p li'k ' m m Ii . 3fc ; . >«? P^v P- t V ■ ' tev' I'^.T 8; " (J* I ii A GOVERNOR HE MAKING A MAN'S NEIGHBORS KNOW HIM BEST -j Colonel Moss, an Old Time Opponent of Judge Poin- dexter Upon the Prohibition and Bailey Questions, Defends Him. AN UNEQUIVOCAL STAND FOR PROHIBITION Judge Poindexter's Declaration Backed by Twenty- five Years of Service In the Cause —His Ad- vanced Position on Public Questions. Is That Statutory Prohibition Would Be Illegal, Danger* ous and iil Advised. LEGISLATURE HAS OTHER REMEDY Is That Statutory Prohibition Would Not Be Clearly Legal. i CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE Indorsement of Those Who Know Him at Home. Cleburne, Tex., Feb. 1. To the Democracy of Texas: "We as citizens of Cleburne desire heart- ily to commend our fellow citizen, Judge "William Poindexter, to the i>eople of the state as a candidate for governor. In thus Indorsing: his candidacy we wish to say that we do so on the broadest pos- sible ground an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

At" mmmm wd, i visit- ing the famoui) university of that n#ine. They expect to tour back by the route which Geo. C. Bew of Chicago took last summer, when he drove from Chicago to the coast in nineteen days in his Stearns roadster. FIFTY LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS AT HALF PRICE OR LESS. V V'- 4 Southern Cottonseed of Cleburne, Texas, 1 its experiment station, ly sent out to the Kings England and Spain samples of and cake prepared from cottonseed meal. The Company is in receipt of highly complimen- tary letters from both monarchs, who ask for the receipts and a shipment of cottonseed meal. President Taft, his cabinet, and j Walden's Practical Business tHe houses of Congress, have also, College, Austin, Tex., and Lake " sampled these commodities ant Charles, Louisiana, will save you pronounce them most wonderfully from $50 to $100 on a Complete delicious. I Business or Shorthand Course. The company, at a $10,000 out-j Their special $100 offer will lay, has secured these recipes, anc make you a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 April 1910

% J i (J SfHt* i ■ 3 i I •'.o;' - BgS? the mind, it; beauty, vigor and cheerful- ness soon disappear when -the kidneys are out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has become "so prevalent that it is not uncom- ' mon for a child to be born uulicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi- culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp«Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- " cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 April 1910

iPfi "Wmt See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO insurant*:, fleAla, Texas. vimm B / .4,/' The Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1910. $1.00 Per Year I 'f o % LOT 30—Ladies' Silk, Linen and Lace Collars and Turnovers, lat-! est styles, worth 75c, $1.00 and I $1 .25, odd and end clean-up price only, 18<* LOT 40—-Hundreds of! pairs of men's heavy Calf Skin Shoes, lace or congress, worth $2.25, odd and end clean-up price, .... $1.37 LOT 43—Ladies' Newest Skirts in at least twenty styles—Pana- mas, All Wool Cheviots, etc., Avorth $8.00, odd and em I clean-up price, $2.89 LOT 44—French Balbriggan Pn-: derwear, extra heavy shirts and drawers to match, standard 3oc sellers, all sizes, odd and end • clean-up price, 18<> LOT 45—-Fine Leather Purses,! leather lined, with inside purse, worth $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 j odd and end clean-up price, 98<" i LOT 20—Men's finely made shirt | cuffs attached or detached, worth $1.00, odd and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 April 1910

EBPlEwR Wi v • iJIP "l&ff '-?*v'-' ' . !■/ v ,;AW; - ,.'. 1* f-* • ■ ■ .... : ■ . "■ if ■ ' *-■ 7 ' J £ - . ' tv ' - THE HERALD I Hi Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, $1.00. Six Months, 5® Three Months, <*5. Vntered as second-class matter March t, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, IJeias, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. would be welcome and perfectly safe against indictments. Why, a man like that would not be treated with disrespect in Hous- ton.—Houston Post. The question is, is he a cheer- ful looser! ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 ts. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 ft " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 ^ «' 4.50 7.50 1,4.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. 2 Issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. Houston comes to the front with another killing. This time it followed a suit for divorce. And now they are talking of firing Bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 April 1910

g— wwm HH m. ■My r-mM?. of Many Sudden Deaths. '' kSW Mb, [rt Id ice 'per, i. tHa _ Thai* i« ■ dueasc prevailing in this moat dangerous because so decep- tive. Manysuddeit deaths are Caused by it—heart dis- ease, pneumonia, beurt failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid- ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad vauctt the 1: idney-poison- ed blood will at- tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in the urine, head tclje, back aclie, lame back, dizziness, steej lessm rs,1 nervous- ness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste av ay ccll by cell. Bladder troubles a!nio;.t always result from a derangement of the kidneys and belter health in t! r.t orpr.n is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid- neys. Swamp-Root conci-l:. inability to hold urine and scalding pain'in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 April 1910

;,.v: K Si - I ' pfji ■ M ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged, for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate t direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. sW. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Doyle Harris came up from Teague to attend the funeral of his uncle, J. A. Arvin. Miss Stella Womack lias re- turned to Wortham after a few days visit to thes family of C. T. Harris. Eggs, Eggs, Guinea and Hen Hen Eggs Wanted any quantity if fresh.—J. J. Beckham. Jim Wright was down from Corsicana Sunday visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Scharff of Groesbeek visited here Sunday. Mrs. W. 0. Thomason has re- turned to her home in Dallas af- ter a few days visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P. Reynolds. You can get Bee Hives with genuine Root frames the best made, at Buck- ner & Street's Lumber Yard, Mexia. Texas. The rioted cot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 April 1910

•HMMWMMMBMPI J I 1 See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuratrve, ne*ia, Texas. mmm The Mexia Weekly Herald. Meventh Tear A GOOD SUGGESTION. i Mexia, Texas, April 25, liilO. Ool. N. P. Houx, Editor Evening News, Mexia. Dear Sir:— I am in receipt of a letter from tohe Waco Business Mens Club atating they will visit our city on the 19th, of May and that they bad changed their plans so a*> to spend the night in Mexia instead of Teague. They will ar- rive about 7.40 p. in. Am also in receipt of a letter from a West Texas commercial club wanting Mexia to co-operate with them and Waco in securing ■* railroad East and West through Texas. It occurs to me that when the Waco party gels here we should have suitable arrangements made to entertain them and at the Muue time take up this propoai-j tion and discuss it thoroughly. What do you think of this? Yours truly, B. 8. Smith, V.-P. Young Mens Ind. Club. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910. fl.00 Per Yew THE GUN CLUB. Owing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 April 1910

PC K M ^ 8' ubll^hed Every Thursday, oux, Editor and Rroprletor. One Tear Biz Months, Three Months, 1 :—" ~ " It tells the news of the city. .. thaifdoes Mt .ppl to you fl.DO. .50 .25. J itered as second-class matter ^ 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, texas, under the act «f Congress of flarch 3. 187*. y ^ ADVEftTJSlNQ RATES . 1 issue 2 le. 4 te. 1 yr. 4 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 Ml " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % <• 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. 4 issueS^-per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. Your tdSigue ;js coated. March • Your b&atl* fe fojil.. Tt^TT 1 'J ia . received u * ♦ in royal that which you enjoy reading. The city daily comes as a strangii apply to your home news. i':'Teddy was style in Paris'. Teddy is-Certainly having a grand liome coming Headaches come and go. These symptoms .f ^how that your stoms^eh is trouble. To remov/tfle caude Is the first thinj and Clfcapiberl...

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