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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 June 1891

s = TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The prospects arc good for a bountiful rop of corn and cotion in Johnson county The peach crop of Grayson county is sim jlv immense Some poi tions of Jack county hare had 5ne rains during tho past week but other jortions are needing rain Several refreshing1 showers have fallen around Atlanta Cass county the past week A good rain fell at Canadian last Monday but it came near spoiling tho work on the road which had just been finished The Alvin Sun says W II Miller of Ilitehcoek old ViOO worth of strawberries from an acre and a half of ground this a on IIico IUkiltos Couxtv June 22 A 110 rain fell here this inominjr Reports milicate pood rains all around The Bosque i higher thau it has been for twelve 11 onths Kviiwr YrfcxG CoiVTr Tex June 19 l > matured crops such as wheat oats gnu early corn ai o tine except that in some t ids the stand of oats was not pood Yes Htiiay the ilrst roasting ears that is from fceid cornJwere sold in the Graham ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 June 1891

Vs Y 710pm tC p m t45a m Arrive 7fT p m 1140 p m No 2 daily I No 4 daily focTinjonxD No 1 daily No 3 daily SUMMER DAYS Where Stall Wa Spend Thcm7H to Minneapolis Hinn ixcursion rn via the CottyeKt Route Tickets wiiySfsold July 5th Ctli and 7th Jpod fojMnirn until August 27th 1S91 AtfTurther information furnished on ap Scation to any agent of tho company or to W H Wixheld eneral Passencer Arent Tciarliana Tex Transcontinental Division COTTON DEtT ROUTE Miles Milo Piano 45 Camden Ark 21 > cretnvllle Slllne HlufT 301 Commerce i7lllrinklev 435 Sulphur springs IIS Memphis HR Muernon MS Cairo 633 Mt Pleasant 1M St Louis 703 Jcxarkana 2I > Decatur Sunset Bellevue Henrietta Wichita Falls Beaver Harrold Vernon Qmnah Miles 31M 799i 111 140 147 183 191 Childress Salisbury Clarendon Goodnight Amarillo Hartley Texliae Pueblo Denver RAILRO j 1D S LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive KASTEOUND Xo 2 dally 605 p m No 4 daily No fidally No Sdaily J0 Oam No ludaily WESTBOUND fS0pm No 1 dall...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 June 1891

p DRS BETTS BETTS MSiCIAKS SIMEONS AKBSPECIALISTS J005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas lie mest widely and layoagjByn < nown spe rlnitts In the United fjimfm ihelT long expe recce remarkablojJjKrandunheral success c the trcatmea4 ra euro of Nervous Chronic i surgicaiaHSeases entitles these eminent tt > slci rZv SJi i ha l E prtof ° ih > i supen t nienuing tbem V fttien that is pi 1 lull confidence or the aEicted They guarantee rtain and positive cure for awful effects of < arly v Ice and the numerous ctiU that follow In Its train KlAATE IlLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES itcfdll completely and permanently cured NhRVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DIS OKDLKfc yield readily to their skillful treat CCDt PILES FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS psranteed cured without pain or detention fruin business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELE perma trcti and successfully cured in ever case s PHILIS CONORRHEA GLEET Sper matorrhea Seminal weakness Lost Manhood Xlrnt amissions Decayed Faculties Icmale Neatness and all delicate dl...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 June 1891

i hi ft lt I 3 Is s < J tej As t tit ijffh Hiehjest of sil in LeYening Power 1 specialists QR FRANK GRAY OCULIST All Rl ST Fracti > l flrfud to diseases of tho Eye Kar 1 NjDWtta throju Cor 5th and Main totsi DR j yp gyfe EAR NOSE AND THROAT Doctor McCoy iStft i gft3Sf frrtt ri f igjS > Rectal anfl GcnitoUrinary SpecialisTfE DISEASES business and all diseases of thereo tum without detention fran Urethral Strctures JjgSgg cuttins or Gonorrhoea Syphilis MS32 organs OJSlce S10 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX T C GERON DEAU TrJREAL ESTATE CoiTcSponocnce will receive prompt attention i rO rS CLARKXDON TEX RICHARD III The ramous Piny to bo Proitnccilat Grccn ialIN This Week On next Thursday evening Shakespeares famous tragedy Ifiehard III will be mad liiunvn at Greenwall s oj > era house by tlie Dallas Juvenile Histrionics The Times Herald devotes a column to them from ix Inch the following excerpt will give an idea of the work they do When Professor Murphree first men tioned the fact tha...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

I AM DETERMINED TO BE THE LEADER OF rices i FirstClass toil I1T FOI5T WORTH GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED Figured China Silk at 32 l2o yard Silk Surahs at 28c yard Finest Figured China Silk at 50c yd AH the above goods in the newest shados and best qualities Will close out at halfprice 1000 yards Black Lawn at 5c yard 1500 yds Checked Nainsook at 5c yd 65c all wool French Challie 35c The above prices for these goodatt are really giving away buffet they must mm Black Silk Grenadines at 39c yard 150 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 75cyd 2 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 98c yd These are the biggest bargains ever known seen or heard of before but they must go at these prices You will always find the goods in stock as advertised at bona fide bargain prices and our motto is THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY I q 1000 yards French Figured MuU lOc a yard f1 > efor 250 Plaid and Pongee SiUcBpisols at 75o each 0 1 lot Fancy Sateaj boacliiiig Para sols 48q sgpiflnf 2000 yaMljti > Figured Lawn at 3c a ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

jKtWR TOnM SSjS K S GfMh > Wt Subscribe fo JSU4 k T2 PRICES pr DELICIOUS JRALFRUITFUYORS r nilla Of perfect purity Lemon I Of great strength A RoseetCyl Flavor as delicately End dellclouoly as the fresh fruit PERSONAL J AL Bennett of Decatur Is in the city John B Blanton of Chico Tex is in the city W A Briggs of Waxahachie is in the city t Mrs H Bryant of Kosse is a guest at the Mansion Miss Delia Blanton of Chico is visiting n the city W A Sisk of Weatherford was tn the city yesterday i M Chambers came down from Quanah on business yesterday J P Brown and wife of Kosse are among the visitors to the city I A Albright one of the live men of Dun dee came up yesterday L P Stephenson is building a 1200 res idence on Luella avenue W H Main is one of the Stephenvillo visitors in the city today Miss Eva Coppage of Denison is visiting her mother in Fort Worth Nathan Bauman of Dallas is in the city a guest of Mrs Benno Dienstag C G Hilburn of Henrietta is in the city Ho says it is warm up ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

aft r XH VanZANDT President JWfMU tn Jm m 3 DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BARGAIN We offer for thirty days only one of the best flour and corn mills combined roller system and latest improved chinery eighty barrels capacity situated in Johnso surrounded by a finewheatgrowing countejUaipii acninery inthe mill cost 16000 and Tve 20t0R8 atixe property for 8000 making youajgp6Sfr 8000 Just think of it You can malss rFof this years crop of wheat Mill V Dira roi3iitfes A Harrold M B Lord JickpnijS B Burnett E B Harrold and M Harrold willbi 9f good mnning order in twenty days after ESOTsperfected This is indeed a bargain Terms of sale be obtained can by writing P A HUFFMAN CO 615 Main Street MANSION THE FORT WORTH NAT Successors to Tidball VanZan Capital Stoqk Paid Up S500J Fort Worth Ti Corner Fo rJth SJfr nlJRusIc Sts Fort Worth Texas WfsEttfNN SON Proprietors This hotel has Just bj In the state Co y renovated and under the new management made the besl sample rooms recently secured Commercial tra...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

I fcu i FOfcT WORTH DAILYGAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAT IN THE TEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHM COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BT JIAIIi TS ADVA5CZ rOSTAGE PAID Dally and Sunday one year S1O0O Dally and Sunday six months 5 50 Monday Wednesday and Fridav 5 03 The Sunday Gazette 10 to 24 pa es 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette OSpages one year laOO By carrier In tho city and suburbs 25 cents a week or f 1 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give rostoflco Address In lull including County and State ir address is to be changed give old address as well as new The Gazette will be sent only for toe time fer which remittance is made POSTAGE Xntered at thr Postofficc in Fort Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the benellt of our patrons who desire to send singie copies of The Gazette tbrouch tho mail we Eire herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Par Copy Eight and twelve pge paper 1 cent Sixteen and twenty page p...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

HE PEPPERED HIM An Angry Husband Gives a Tramp a Load of Birdshot THE MASONIC PICNIC TODAY All Indications Are a Fine Time Will Re mit Alliance Meeting 1ostponed Some Sine Vralt A Lodge of Instruction A Runaway A Shooting Affray Yesterday afternoon a telephone message called Sheriff Richardson and Deputies Witcher andGunnels to the North Side the message saying a woman had been shot in the face Investigation showed that as far as could bo learned a tramp had ap proached a lady residing northeast of the rackinghouse and made an insulting propo sition The lady resisted and the tramp left The womans husband came home about twenty minutes afterward and upon bein informed of the occurrence took his shotgun and started after the tramp He found him about a mile away and called to the fellow to stop as he wanted to see him The tramps answer was a shot from his revolver The angry hus band then drew his shotgun down on his trampship and fired one or two of the shots striking him in the faco a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

if 1 E 1 fiisV RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIPia Arrive EASTBOTOD No 2 dally D6 p m No 4 dally No fidaily THE BOWEN KILLING I > terdays Testimony at Alice Leave 735 am 640 p m 530 am No 8daily 300pm J0SO m No lOdaily 1035a m westeound rKpm No 1 daily S30a m No 3 daily B05 m J030pm No 5 daily 3135 a m NaT dally 430 p m No S daily 435 p m MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive RoirnniouKD 640 a m No 2 daily 710pm No 4 daily BorrrnBOUND r Kp m No 1 daily 145 a m No 3 daily Leave 710 a m 810 p m V05 x m TRANSCONTINENTAL Arrive KOirrnuonSD Leave No32daiIy 845 a m Nomdaily 8ISam OCTHBOUKD MK p m No 31 daily 3140 p m No 31 daily Texas and Pacific trains Nos 5and 6only stop t Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer f on Marshall Longvlew Junction Uig Sandy Mlneola Wills Point Terrell East Dallas Dallai and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 630 p m No 1 daily No 3 dally 830am UfX m No 3daily No 4 dally 440pm TORT WORTH AND RIO GRANDE Arrive Leave 3200 m Fort Worth 200pm TOR...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

V DRS BETTS BETTS fSYSICIAHS SUEBEONS ANBSPECIAUSTS 005 MAIN STREET > lie Best widely ana faviBly known spe blliU Ifrthe United StatesVJThelr long expe < Hce tnu rkable skill snd niversal success ithe treattptnt and xnre of Karroos Chronio MiC Surgic IWseas s3entitle9 these eminent Sjjclanst efuir conffdencttt thcaSlicted fterywhcre TBw uarante < if A CERTAIN JsSDPOSmVE CURB for ae awful effects cffetjy rice and iSP numerous in that follow in Kaiftiln PRIVATE BLOO AWttSKINvmSEASE3 iieedily completely aM pgnnanentifccurcd DIS NERVOUS DEBIL1T3C AH HEXlAL SEDERS yield readily Tk > th kllBul treat lixk FISTULA ANr > EECTXrXTLCERS turanteeU cured withoutsain OTjthJSeation torn busintts i HYDItOCEE AND VAICPCELE tpBa wctly and successfully cured In every case SYPHILIS GQNOKBHEA GLEET Sptr ratorrhea Semlntfkweakness lost Manhood fbt Emissions 1 > tpayed Faculties Female Sltainess and all deftove disorder peculiar to litter sex positively cftrid as wellas all f unc iocal a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 June 1891

tkJtaJfc Hot Smt s And all Method and Bemedl IS Bruited Leg Outlcura Ssgcee oclors Haying been a suffcrcr or twotoears and a kstfiroia a diseasecauitd y a Wfclse on the r eanaihavins becnlCjircoVby USfcCCTicriiA KrMroiES when all otfctr rafcUiodsJftnd reme dies railed I derm ft m4lfVf to repmuicnrt them I < dted Hot Spnngs ta no Stall and tried severaldoctors withoui wcccssfeina at Jairt our principal druggistMr jhn P inlay ftowhom I shatKever teelgmeftjl spoke to mo about CUTicurWtRKMEDJES andicans utea to give them a trial sUh the result that lam perfectly cured There WijuiW so soro about me I think I can show taelargest surfagj siTrhere suflcrings sprang I rota 01 any one 111 the State The CctictjrA the best JtEMSDrBJare blood and skin cures manufactured I refer to v J3Tastatl John P Finlay antTPrD CMontgom ery both of this place andto Dr Smith of Lakel4SC > WisS ALEXANDER BEACH Jvr3t Ki Greenville Miss Mr DoacrKjKfd the CSTiqniAKEMEDiES at jour request wltS esultsts above ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

0 m mmfri mii > l DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO SEPARATE COACHES A Smoking Car for Whites and Blacks Must be Divided THUS SAYS MR CULBERSON The Railroad Commission is at Work and Notifies all the Railroad Companies Soldier Boys Exempt from lEnail Duty anil Street Tai Talk About the Receivership In vestigation Separate Coach Law Special to the Gazette Austin Trx June 20 County Attorney Gillespie of Houston wrote a letter to the attorneygeneral recently accompanied by one from Cipt Faulkner of the Central railroad asking if a smoking car labeled as such and meant for the use of whites and blacks in common could not bo placed be tween a car for whites only and one for negroes without violating the law The attorneygeneral replied in an opinion de livered today that a smoking car for whites and blacks would be a violation of the law unless divided by a partition with a door in it as the separate coach bill directs The county attorney is ordered to see to it that tlio lew be observed in this ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

I 1 1 I m2 2 A bsi p l fl gps FORI WOBIH WEEKLY GAZETTE c PCBLISHHD J5VEMY THTJKSDAY JJTTITE PKKOCBAT TCBMSHCfO COMrAIOT Publliher jidJtojiWrL Secret political societies have failed to thrive in the republic the Mafia went down In blood and no traffic as sociation however powerful can hope to escape the common fate of secret so cieties in the United States whose aims are dangerous to the public welfare When the Noble Old Rips took com plete control of the national adminis tration presidency senate and house in 18S9 there was a surplus Instead of reducing the taxes the Noble Old Kips increased the tariff taxes and squandered the surplus How long oh Lord how long The Cleveland bureau has resumed nctive operations All the consulstobe are in it The bureau should take early occasion to demonstrate to the Democratic voters how a man defeated before the country in 188S can bo elected in 1892 Democratic principles avail iittle if Democratic principles can not be enforced by Democratic succe...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

svth peaches the past week A canning faitory ought to bo a paying investment in I auuin county Green corn has made its appearance in the market at Denison Maj Chares B Pearro plucked from a fisr tree in his yard yesterday a fig measur np eight and onehalf inches in circumfer rree This means about two and onehalf inihes in diameter Wonderful growthfor such fruit in this climate Waco News Khomc Wise county The new wheat crop is still rolling in and our roller millis 1 mping jtsclf turning out new flour which i > being taken as fast as made Hamilton Hamilton Couxtt June Is The weather has been line for har vesting wlieat and oats both of which fire fine Cotton is doing line over tho ci unty Peaches are being marketed C nAXXiXG Hartley Couxtt June 17 Ham has been falling in showers all the week and everything looks fresh and healthy AVhat we want now is somo warm weather Wheat will be good this year Black Jack Grove Hopkixs Couxtt Juno IS Crops of all kinds are exceed ingly flatterin...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

s FOBI WORTH WEEKLY G1ZETIB PUBLISHED EVERT THTJBSD AY BTTH2 DEMOCRAT FrBMSUIKO COMFANT Jctllsjjert raJ r4prjttors Office Comer Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OP SUHSCKIPTIOX BT MAIT ADVANCE POSTAGE PAW Dally and Sunday ono year 110 00 Daily and Sunday six months 6 fO Monday Wednesday and Friday ft 00 The Sunday Gazette 16 to 21 pages 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette lSpagcs one year 1 00 Uy carrier In the city and buburbs S cents a week or 81 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO suiiscniBnns Give Postofflcc Address in full includlne County and State II address Is to be changed give old address s well as new The Gazette will be sent only for the time Tor v nith remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at the PostofUce in Fort Worth as SecondClass Matter Tor the beucllt of our patrons bo desire to send single copies of the Gazette through the mall wc git u herew ith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Domestic Eight and trelve page paper blxteen and tnenty page paper Tex er Ccpy lcent a ce...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

TEXAS IN TYPE W f S TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER Farmers around Grapevine Tarrant county report the cotton doing well but corn needs rain Volunteer oats aro on tho market at Ver non and are selling at 40 cents per bushel Tho fruit crop of Erath county is very satisfactory this season It is thought tho corn crop of Jones county will yield from thirty to fifty bushels per acre A large amount of tho cotton in Ellis county is blooming A light rain fell Mon day which greatly refreshed the crops Considerable new wheat has been on the market at Waxahachie this week Grass In Lipscomb county is fine and cattle are getting fat rapidly D C Ooloy of Lipscomb county has a large acreage of millet which he thinks will make thrco tons per acre Jacksonville has been shipping from ten to twentyfive bushels of cucumbers daily TheAlvord cannery has packed about thrco thousand bushels of beans this sea ton besides a largo amount of peas and peaches The prospects aro good for a bountiful rop of corn and cotto...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

Co Mm wm p ww mHSWPq TO CllV PIqTI It is proposed by this company to run a VUX JTldjili series of Pullman car excursions from Fort Worth Tex to the Worlds Fair upon an assessment oi7Jcts per week for 100 weeks so paid that almost any one desiring to attend the great Columbian Exposition may do so in firstclass style and in such a way as not to feel the cost of the otherwise expensive journey or the incon venience of providing comforts almost unattainable and al ways unreasonably high at such a time in a city crowded to overflowing by people from all quarters of the globe What It Will Cost For 75 cents per week for one hundred weeks from June 1 1891 to May 1 1S93 aggregating75 we will furnish our subscribers a Pullman car trip from Fort Worth to Chicago and return meals during entire trip and visit lodging in Pullman cars or firstclass hotels during one weeks stay in Chicago and daily tickets of admission to the fair Those who have attended similar expositions well know that 100 is a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

HON JOS E MDONALD INDIANAS FOREMOST STATES MAN CROSSES THE RIVER Ikstcb of His Brilliant Career The Many Offices of Honor and Trout He ruled In Bil Eventful Life Ivoianapolis Ini > Juno 22 Senator MDonald died at 1133 last night Ho passed away very peacefully without a miygle surrounded by his family who vw all in attendance at his bedside Indiana has many distinguished sons who lave rendered conspicuous service to the cjntry Not the least prominent of these w > the Hon Joseph E McDonald whoso rime was often mentioned as the probable undulate of the Democratic party in prosi doimal contests Joseph Ewins McDonald was descended fron Scotch and Huguenot parentage and was born in Butler county Ohio on the 9th of August 1819 To the careful train ii5 which he received in his youth from > w mother Mr McDonald was largely in filled for his superior qualites His famer died when he was yot a small boy itid until he was twelvo years of ii > young McDonald spent his timo on the fai ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 June 1891

I 1 n M hi 3 1 d 4 4 Highest of all in cargiung Poyer srfair Bcecham f Warranted Gcaalnc ONEYEAR TRIAL FREE BEIVAEE CF VDETIIESSIMIWIORSJ Zve aaym ta > no comi ti The cruaryk oodej with cLfp worlhleu M ttb a iverti rd bt irr jpoMiblft not i t were m d to sell Lutnrwr ktJtWk cptme Wlthall witrirt we Mini baslflde prln < led agrrratefit t hich pl ei yoc tte t > rivijr of rrtumirjf th waica at any tn wltlau one 3sr If iy4xs not p st r Mbtfe tfrt Over SOnQOO rf jiiJisf4 > feS fc > Wllciet ara now la lite e can Lor mora teitU nTils from our customer th o alltfaeolbrwaXch and jtvrtlr iron couiLDed This watch fit in appearaEea to a 70 00 Cold watch fcmi Is Ctled tarjtutlycclebrttrdthr aotJKtre moveiacEt the haod ont0Twi tt tinielFrjer > a theAiilcraii marlettodav Cut tlU cttiid s nd It wlth joar order an 4 we will etfr the walb to yoo tryrrbrrbc Wnnri amine It at the exprtiaoffVe ad If a U JactorT rav t > e aentoor arCaIci tprice ti and Iba pma charge and It Is jours f...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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