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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

FOUR i 'w^Bm iHUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD vr$ >^7.« Mt FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. :r praises ld's stand on water issue i-■ p~ ■ i> . *—- i URGES FIGHT AGAINST HIGH PRICED" UTILITIES " i' : ' • '1 ■ " rill' follow in# l< t.tc i u •) Hsrser rmidi'iit ami a so I'tcllill- in Cntiis- ty ' \!.S) was received today. I- C'hl_K tllut the vi'ws expressed lu ib iir«' shared by mam other I i'ni;s, tin- Hill!ALII is printii M the It i l 'i- in full. Border, Texas March t, 19:!.".. "Mr. Lloyd MeCaim, editor Hutchinson County 11 era Ul. Stinnett, Texas. "Dear Sir: "Today 1' read your oditorial 011 "Water'' and hei jii- ■ the wat- er problem has been worrying me so long 1 am grateful to you for said editorial. . "1 certainly hope yolk will con- tinue to help a--, through your columns, to fight his'h-pricud wid- er. "1 am a citizen of Horner and have been for six years. One of my greatest pleasures is seeing green things grow, and before the drought I had a nice garden and flowers at my little hom...

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

■ Si rl FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. PAGE FIVE American Cafe Is t Newest Restaurant EARLY HISTORY OF COUNTY SEAT AND DISTRICT COURTS RECALLED WMt p„„,„ „ * Borger's finest cafes 1ms been COURTHOUSE ESTABLISHED AT STINNETT AFTER i opt,ned iu u'° buildiim next to the 'jk COUNTY SEAT SINCE 1901. Q Stinnett became the countyseat of Hutchinson county on Sep- tember 20, 1926, two days alter the election for the change from Plemons which had been the ' county seat since the organiza- tion of the county in 1901. County officials were first WHEREAS, in the past yenrs merchant:-: to a; i t in every way I nfiualhla mh ■ restaurant will be known as the tho founding of our City by fit- ELECTION CHANGED LOCATION FROM PLEMONS, T! "le (..'ily "f celebran d J)0,-Kil,ie to mai- „ . ..lebratK-n In 1 927 Carson: Hutchinson, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb and Hemphill counties were redis- tricted to form with Newton mosphero to the beautiful dining r'„,.ls ()) ,|1(. room. Curtis Douglass of Panhandle was Fine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

PAGE SIX HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Friday, march 8,19S5. WEST WARD PRINCIPAL 27^ ^jj QJJg gQyg ^J) HOLD PICNIC AT ADOBE WALLS i ON TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY * Miss Mildred SlcGhee, West Ward grade school principal, has been in Borger for nine years, coming here from Great Bend, Kansas, where she also was prin- cipal of West Ward grade school for five years. She is a graduate of Stevens College. Columbia, Mo., and State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. FJORY OF INDIAN BATTI. BY MRS. BILLY DIXON HERE. P Two hundred and seventy-five 4-H club boys and girls, their sponsor, teachers, ministers of the community, met at the Adobe Walls battle field Sattfrnay to celebrate Texas Independence Day with a picnic. Speakers for the occasion were introduced by Denzil Lee Hender- son, president of the girls' coun- cil, who had charge of the pro- gram. "Beautiful Texas" was sung by the group with Ladena Phillips in charge, and the club prayer was offered. Flaye Ing- lish gave in interesting talk on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

I Oldest Paper In Hutchinson County, With The Welfare Of Its Readers At Heart-Bringing You Authentic News Of Existing Conditions With No Enemies To Fear * Friends To Protect. The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 15. UUt&'itaf STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH !K'5. MRS. L J. KILLION, PIONEER BUSINESS WOMAN, SEES TOWN GROW FROM EARLY BOOM DAYS OWNER AND MANAGER OF BETTY JANF HOTEL BUYS LOT MARCH 8. 1926 AND ERECTS BOR- GER'S FIRST BRICK BUILDING One Borger Int 'iness woman who lias seen tins town grow from a city of tents to the prosperous industrial center it is today is Mrs. I. J. Killion. owner and man- ager of the Bettj Jane hotel and one of the largest property hold- ers in Borger. Mrs. Killion came hero from Cromwell. Okla., when tin town- site was laid out and bought the lot where the Betty Jane now stands at the lot sale held March 8. 1926. Supplies were hauled from Panhandle over rough roads, n carload of furniture ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

' V I 1. 8, 15 ION BY IHHIalOATION VV. T. M'.'RKA, ) 2917 vs. ) HOSE McRKA. ) 1XTHB S4TH DISTRICT COURT, j HUTCHINSON COUNTY, TEX. Th Stule of Texas lo the Sheriff or any Count (ihle of Hutchinson ( <«int.v—fJRKETI\'<i: YOU ARE HKREBY COM- MANDED, that by making publi- cation or this Citation in some fteWspapqr' published in tlie Coun- ty of Hutchinson once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to return day hereof, you summon Rose McRae wliose mitdenco is unknown, who is al- leged to be a non-resident of the Sta'e of Texas, to be and appear at the next regular term of the 84th District Court of Hutchin- son County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in th« City ! of S innett. ou the third Monday1 in April A. D. 1935, the same be-1 hiK the 15th day of "April A. D. ; 1935, then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on the lGth day of February, A. 1>. 1935, in a suit, numbered on the Doclc.-t of said Court, No. 2917.; wherein W. T. McRea is plain...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 10.15. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HiftALD PAGE THRU TWO BIG EVENTS III BORGER - THE BORGER B8THMT CELEBRATION AND OUR FORMAL OPENING [ i'-Aty its-* ^ W? W W ;' flie Greatest fire Ever Built! We Are Proud To Announce That We Will Btil Firestone Tires In Our New Home - Main at 7 th Street We are mighty proud to be selling Firestone Tires. The greatest tires ever built. Firestone gum-dipped tires are the only tires made where every cotton fibre in every cord in every ply is saturated and coated with rubber. This prevents internal friction and heat . . . the greatest factors in blowouts. The greatest enemy to the life of a tire is eliminated in Firestones. This patented extra process makes the tire stronger safer and gives far greater blowout protection. Performance in a tire is what counts most. Every winner in the 500 mile Indianapolis Race for fourteen consecutive years has chosen and used Firestone gum- dipped tires on his car. Every winner in the daring Pikes Peak climb, wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935 n ■ American Lemon Hall I -"SBSWSS? -Ji 13L,Z<2&:$§ . : : ■ ■ •••-•. «r*" ■' - -< '* A.?<r, im* £^$ M§HK*3g8sM V. V V-.,-' • The American Legion hall in Border is the center of many community activities. Dances ure held here regularly; carnivals and many ether special events are also scheduled at th< Legion. HOW CITY WEATHERED BANK CRISIS Some of the scrip is still out. It is r timated tliat approxi- mately $">00 never will be cash- Two years ago on Border's sev- enth birthday scrip was in general evidence, taking' the place c£1 money which was lacking because of the bank moratorium. The event this year brings back mem- ories of those hectic days during the period Borger was celebrat-1 ing its seventh year of existence, and everything was at a tietip be- cause of the lack of a medium i of exchange. Borger like every other city in the United States was faced with a serious it not complete tieup of trade and purchasing ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE FIVE k V,i A First Methodist Church "P -:v :®h-s ■.: ■*i Tlie First Mctliodist cliureli, 200 V. Hcrigecoke, is n modern brick struct lire, ami is one of the fitloit churches in Horser. Rev. J. Is. McKeyiiohl.s is pastor. Alderson Studio ^llgrowth From Small Beginning Few firms in Burger have start- ed with nothing and built up a recognized business in a short time mc-o successfully than the Ivan Alderson Studio. Sir. and Mrs. Alderson came to Borger from Pueblo, Colo., on March 1, 1933. They rented rooms in tho Congress hotel and opened their studio in the middle of the banking moratorium. Strangers to the community and unable to got hold of a penny, the Aldersons iound things looking black at first. They didn't shoot a picture Tor tho first four days. However, they got busy selling coupons and traded pictures for groceries. Today Ivan Alderson's Studio located across the street from the Congress hotel is recognized wide- ly for e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

■ First Christian Church Band ■ & P?1 , takes n.ui in many l or The band directed by nev. Ij. ( . Hyerly, First Christian efmrrii gei events. Abcvc, the baud is ivn on parade. fr,s *V>V. www1 ■' rrflMHW HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERAL1) ■ , : v^P V&v# FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. Living Conditions PLANS BEGIN FOR On Texas farms ANOTHER SEASON Much Improved OF YPO ACTIVITY COLLEGE STATION, March 8.J Plans arc uider way to sponsor -Of the «,283,548 acres of Texas! the Young People's organization land under crop adjustment con-; again this ye&r, Mrs. Harry Willis, ti/.tc.ts in >£*:u, 3,558564 were chairman, lias announced. Acti- plunted in feed crops for home I vities will begin as soon as t-vhool u: according to the annual re-iis out. Police reported, at the ports of county agents assembled >nd of last summer, that not one here, Oitly 1,1 78,854 acres were| rail had been made due. to fight.' allowed to remain idle, and the| drctith last year was a factor1 which I I. H. Williams...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

* ■ - • „■•■■■ FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1&35. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE 8EVEN PHYSICAL W IN BORGER HIGH ONE OF^BIG ADVANCES Appointment ur n new head coach and the compulsory taking of physical education in Herder High school are noted since Mer- ger's last birthday. Carl Moulden, Texas A. and M star tackle, received tile call for the coaching position and through the efforts of Mculden and John -ol'tiii, Horger High School prin- cipal, physical education was jnado compulsory. Over ifll) girls nd boys are now taking the coik- made a requirement at the ^lidterin. Athletic teams of Horger have lot made startling showings, hut avo had rapid advancement and 1 Coach Moulden's own words the outlook is brighter for an excellent team next year than any yi'ttr since Rf rger entered A competition." Moulden came to Horger with a "brilliant record. While playing tackle for the Aggies lie lettered three years, made All-South west- ern conference selection for firs'_ team and was mentioned for al...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD *: /' FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. '4, < ^ ' ■ I l" We Pay TRIBUTE.... To The Industrial Management The Merchants And Citizens.. s B 9 © 0 HAV ADE BORGER POSSIBLE Appreciating the vast industrial development in Hutchinson county that is responsible for the existence of our city, now only nine years old, we, in commemoration of its birthday, March 8ih, 1935, desire to pay tribute to the management and personnel of the various companies, both great and small, that have their investments here, and to the merchants and citizens who have faith in Borger's progress and are striving for a progressive city. We hope that everyone's business experiences have been as pleasant as ours have been during the three yeays that it has been our privl1~,2 to serve natural gas to consumers of Borger. It has been our chief aim to give you a dependable service in our line of business and to favor all in an effort to build a greater, a more understanding and sympathetic community. hi ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

iTOfvr A S2E ongratulations and 'Happy Birthday' to Borger Nine Years 01 The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 15. ttUKGElt STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 19:J,5 SCHOOLS TO CLOSE MARCH 22 FOR EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE BORGER TEACHERS EXPECTED TO ATTEND MEET- ING AT CANYON; NOTED EDUCATORS WILL AP- PEAR ON PROGRAM. Borger schools will lie dismis sed on Friday, March 22, in order to give faculty members an op- portunity to attend the Northwest Texas conference for educators to be held March 22 and 23 at Canyon, according to a decision made by Borger school trustees Monday night. Teachers In the local schools will attend the conference prac- tically 100 percent, Supt. B. ('. Shulkey stated. A number 1 f other instructors in Hutchinson yinty will also attend. The meet- will be one of the largest and heat educational conferences ever .iteld in this section, Shulkey said. 0 key will preside at the second general session to he held ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

mm+mmm LIBRARY EXPANDS FROM ill BEGINNING TO DEPARTMENT IASTING FOUR THOUSAND BOOKS From one room containing but u few volumes, the Borger Pub- lic Library hae expanded to threo lonnig in the city hall and it now contains more than 4,000 books. The public library was estab- lished in 1928 under the sponsor- ship of the Twentieth Century clut-, according to Mrs. J. H. Hen- nessee. librarian. Since its begin- ning it has been practically self supporting. The library is mbln- tulned and new books are pur- chased by means of library dues, fines, contributions, and donation of volumes. More than twelve hundred books have been added by the Bo It Show held each fall for the three years. On Book Show GARDKX IS sr<VE8S CANYON, March 8.—From a garden ! 0 by 100 feet, Mi\s. Gor- don Cummings. farm food supply1 demonstrator ror the West Side' Ho.ne Demonstration club in Ran-; dall county, produced more than enough vegetables and fruits to; fill a food budget for her family j of two in 1934, ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. HtrrCSINSON COtNTTH^ALD' Bell Telephone Company Historic Places Over Texas May Be Marked Soon JAYCEE PAST PRESIDENT 'J'Ih- Southwestern IL?'I I 'IVIep lione company licmlquarlefs at BS I llealil si roe t. This building is one of (lie most modern ami atra| live business houses in llorffer. —Ptioto r>y 'VPortnine ruudiu TEXAS REQUESTS STATES TO JOIN IN CELEBRATION GOVERNORS INVITED TO V SEND EXHIBITS T TO DALLAS PALLAS, March 8. (Spl.) Tex- as, preparing to welcome the wor- ld within Its portals in 19,16 for tile Statewide celebrations of its Centennial, is lokins to her sis- ter states to participate actively In the corn n it mora I Ion of the ach- ievement of her independence. To this end, Walter I), ('line, managing director, has sent let- ters to the Governors of the forty- seven other states requesting them to take suitable action to assure exhibits from their respec- tive commonwealths at the forth- coming central exposition al Hal- Ins. ('line pointed ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 March 1935

WAYNE O'KKKFB Sir —Photo T>y Worthing Studio Wayne O'Keefe of the Panhan- dle Insurance Agency was born in Pampa, attended grade school in Canyon and is a graduate of high school at Panhandle. Next came the West Texas State Teachers College at Canyon and after that the insurance business. After graduation from college O'Keefe returned to Panhandle and with his brother R. Earl O'- Keefe organized a life insurance agency. Later the brothers bought three fire insurance agen- cies in Panhandle, and when Bor- der was born branched out in this city. Next they sold their life in- surance agency in Panhandle, to devote all their attention to fire insurance. When they opened business in Borger they opened al- so in White Deer and Pampa, making in all four agencies— Borger, Pampa, White Deer and Panhandle. In 1930 they sold at Panhandle and in 1931 sold at White Deer, leaving now two of- fices, one in Borger and one in Pampa. j O'Keefe has been prominent in Borger civic club work and was o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

I ' f /fw The Hutchinson County Herald J /Vi . We Get Results! v£3M2- Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County 16. STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 19:55. SIX PAGES TODAY WELL-KNOWN BORGANS INVOLVED IN "OLD-AGE PENSIONS" SCHEME; SMITH AND WALL FACE CHARGES PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Reduction Is Hade In Relief Program FORMER "UTILITY POLITICIAN" ARRESTED AT CHILDRESS ON CHARGES OF FALSE REPRESEN- TATION; TRIAL SET APRIL 1. DOUBLE DARE Borger will have its city election, Tuesday, April 2 — Candidates representing the citizens have announced It is understood that G. P.! their intentions of running for the office of city com- flin ln.mt roimf administrator, | mi«ainnnr« in their opening announcement they have That several Borgana were in- volved in an old age pension scheme in Texas is information given the HERALD by Parker county and Childress county at- torneys. John R. Smith, purported man- aging director of the "Texas As- sociation of Old Age Pensions," was released from the Childress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935, COUNTY HERALD HUTCHINSON HINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Frida pril Established April 29, 192 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second-class matter-January T7 T927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8,^1879, Subscription Rates One Year —T. $1.50 Six Months ' 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQUnty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas E. .1. Pickens, 84th District Judge Canadian W. L. Kelly, District Clerk ■„ Stinnett Norman Coffee, County Judge __ Stinnett Hussell C. Brown, County Clerk Stinnett O. T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney.- — Borger Dan Hardee, Sheriff * Borger ank Caudill, Treasurer Borger a Manahan, County Superintendent of Schools Stinnet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

PAGE THREE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HSRALD FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935. HOLT NEWS By Mrs. M. C. Scott (March 12, 1935) Sunday school and church were well attended Sunday afternoon. | Rev. H. A. Nichols, pastor of the jAlethodlst church at Spearman, Willed his regular appointment. -MUrs. Nichols and C. E. Campbell' of Spearman were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jackson have brought their small daugh- ter, Ella Rose, home from the Borger hospital in Manguin, Okla.. where she hag been confined the past month. She underwent two mastoid operations, but is report- ed doing nicely now. Kver^j^.^is invited to attend | singing on Sunday evenings. Quar- tets and other special numbers are being planned for participation in the ail-day singing convention to bo held in Borger during April. Charlie Itosson, president of the singing club, urges everyone who can to attend. Dwayne Stewart, who has been a patient in a Pampa hospital for the past weetk, was able to come home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. It. C. Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

..... HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD ' FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935. I <! ? "• t k *4 Ml 11 • • l-aj rt* —j JjJLZ LL j LM Cloth Bag 10 lbs. 7«^Schillin(^t oj] lb. 29c i? p c 4, «.. O a.' Folger's coffee Drip or Regular, Lb. coffee om tum Fresh Ground. Lb. E3? 21 e Announcement I wish to announce (hat J. O. Davenport has purchased the interest of Bill Owens at the Daven- port Grocery and in the future I will be a partner in tho business with J. O. Davenport. It will be the policy of our store to offer to the public the very best groceries at the lowest prices, to be found in the city with a service that will be pleasing. We cordially invite your business and pledge to you our sincere appreciation. MRS. TOM BROWN. Potatoes No. 1 Russets 10 lbs. 13c |Davenport & Bro Grocery & Market Lettuce Firm Heads j Pound liti . m ■*>' sausage Seasoned to Taste, Lb. Asst. Flavors 3 Pkgs. dry salt j ,s Nice, Lean, Lb. SALT Roi,nd' Pkg. Sliced Rine on, Lb. bacon BUTTER meat loaf Sweet Cream Saturda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

ssaa •Vi.'' , FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE FIVF ' fe t t #0 sgular Size Pkg. 17c DATES, Dromedary "jftp JJ Pitted or Regular, Pkg. ■"«# TREE TEA After Day Customers Miomom: of Are The True Test Of Values! RAISINS KELLOGG'S Rice Krispies |A OATS |f|n Thompson Seedless, ICft °r Wheat KrisPies> pkg- .. IWu Crystal Wedding Lge. Pkg. S W V 4 Lb. Bag 29c; 2 Lb. Bag 13*1 pQST XOASXIES J||ft KRAUT PRUNES, Choice, \ #f Large Pkg. — IwV Wapco, No. 2l/% Can IVII Medium Size, 2 Lb. Pkg. POST BRAN Flakes jjjg SPINACH Wapco, No. 2l/z Can SPINACH Medina, No. 2 Can Orange Pekoe, Green Japan or Gunpowder J/4 Pound Pkg. ASPARAGUS PINEAPPLE Heart's Delight, White or Libby's Sliced, No. 21/2 Can All Green, Picnic Can CUT BEANS, Empson's Greer or Wax, No. 2 Can PRUNES lip Italien, No. 10 Can IQnPEACHES | Heart's Delight, in heavy syrup, 2 No. 2J/g Cans 29S OVALTINE E7* Small size 31c; Large size w & <J tve/i duiduta any place jdke it SUPER SUDS :: Pkgs. PALMOLIVE SOAP,...

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