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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

1 OUR Semi AnnualClearing: With Its Countless Money Saving Opportunities Starts THURSDAY, JANUARY THE i9th, AT 9 O'CLOCK ;; Countless thousands watch eagerly for these twice a-year sales, which they know are the most far-reaching of any selling event in Mexia. We*hold just two such sales a year—and then at the end of each season. During this sale«=all surplus stocks, all odd lots, a!! mussed or soiled merchandise, all goods left from recent overstock, in fact EVERYTHING in our entire mamoth stock is put out and offered at prices that have no precedent. Only lO Days 10 days of unheard of selling—unmatchable values—during these ten days we will sell ===^^ thousands of dollars worth of this season's best merchandise, at remarkably low prices. This is your best and last opportunity of the season to supply your winter needs at such tremeadous savings. You can't afford to miss this opportunity. Be on hand at the opening hour if possible, for while our stock is unusually large, the early b...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

Some Suspicious Enquired if we were "hiring" a certain "weekly" paper to abuse us. 1 V Of course every time a spot light is turned on from any source 4 offers a splendid chance to talk about the merits of the products, but 'pon honor now, we are not hiring that "Weekly." The general reader seldom cares much for the details of "scraps." A few may have read lately some articles attacking us and may *«e interested in the following: Some time ago a disagreement arose with a "Weekly." They endorsed our foods by letter, but wanted to change the form of advertising, to which we objected. The "Weekly" discontinued inserting our advertisements while they were negotiating for some changes they wanted in the word- ing and shape of the advertisements, and during this correspondence our manager gave instructions to our Advertising Department to quit advertising altogether in that "Weekly." Quite a time after the advertising had been left out, an editorial attack came. We replied in newspapers an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

i I* *• A "''/// if / MEXICAN REBELS PUT UP GOOD FIGHT TWENTY MEN WITHSTAND FORCE OF NEAR TWO HUNDRED. A NEWSPAPER MAN IS SHOT More Than Twenty Killed—E. S. Rell- ley, Associated Press Correspond: ent, Shot. i Comstock: Something more than twanty nien were killed In a desper- ate battle between the Mexican Fed- eral soldiers and a I'm all party of rev- olutionists on the hank i >t the Rio Grande, opposite this poll t. The in- V.J -l-Vi.i . «... ■ Ui gvuto MUU WMiJ k U1VU| MUW for three bourse they held at bay sev- enty Riimles and Beventy Infantry sol- diers. When darkenss ended the bat- tle the Insurgents held the field and the Federal troops withdrew a couple of miles and camped. The revolution- ists left a'jcouple of hours later for their mountain headquarters, fifty miles aitfay, carrying their wounded with the/n. \ Of the^ighti en insurgents, two were killed an eeVen wounded. E. S. O'Reilly,van Associated Press corre- spondeniVwlth tho Insurgents, receiv- ed a slight wound i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

\ ' • m , For Baby's is Something can and must be done lor the puny, crying baby, for the child that refuses to eat and is rest- leta in it* sleep. And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of the stomach and bowels. ▲ child should have two full and free movement! of the bowel* a day. This emptying of the bowels U very Important, •a with It cornea a clear head, a light- neee of step. good appetite and sound weep. But It I* eqyully Important to knew what to give the child In thtj emergency of constipation and InillKes- tioo. Cathartics are too strong and salts M4 other purgatives are not only too atfohs. but the child refuses them be- cause of their bad taste. Have you ever tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin? It Is a liquid tonic that families have been using for a quarter of a century. It Is tnild. pleasant-tasting and promptly ef- fective. It Is good for you aa well as the child, but there la nothing better to be Tou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

A See J. Sandford Smith fur FIRE, LIFE and^TORNADO Inaurnawe. flexta, Tecju. ' 'K ' " " " The Mexia Weekly Herald. <1 Twelfth Yapir. MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY) JAN. 2(1, 19J1. UM Tm Tmt COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Ji'rom Groesbeck Journal. County Court. Pleas of Guilt. Ciiituu. mmmmm xrinm niftfnl fined $100.00. Joe Adams, aggravated assault Cined $25. Leroy Smith, affray fined $1. Lee Dancer, affray, fined $1. Adolpk Garcier, druuk fined $1 Adjudged Insane. Julia Fisher, colored, was tried >• the County Court last week on a complaint in Lunacy, and was adjudged insane and ordered •carried to the asylum. John B. Little ca al vs G. A. Little, judgment for partition and J. E. Bradley appointed Receiver to sell land. Report of Receiver filed and approved. County Court Jurors. The following is the list of names drawn for jury service in ■Oeuafcy :Cohi-1i at the February term, beginning on the first Mon day: First Week. J. B. Alexander. • T. N. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

JE HERALD — SSKT1'; 1 4i? FuMlsbed «v«>rj Thursday. W, P, HOUA. Editor and Proprietor' MEXIA, TEXAS M? p ms i 1 Beware of thin Ice. "Do« upsets auto." An up-setterT Why Is fie always called a "lone" bandit? Why not just a "a bandit?" A deep snow would help the avia- tors that have acquired the tailing habit. Now they say that the old hoop skirt Is coming buck. Here's hoping that It can't. Russia Is Importing thousands of typewriters from this country. No, Julius, they are Just the machines. Milwaukee physicians plan to put an end to telephone practice. They cannot see a man's tongue over the wire. The automobile is acceptable in funeral processions but the aeroplane Is still barred out by the undertakers' trust. Skating season is upon us—that is. Ice skating. Skating In a general way is practiced regardless of the weather. Before long Germany may be eating Imported meat exclusively. The pret- zels. however, will be manufactured at home as of yore. If it Is agreeable to the surgeo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

• ' * I i \ v A - i pwiwii wp i ^ RHEUMATISM V I want every chronic rheumatic to throw • war all iue<1lclnea, all liniments, alt plssten, nail rive MUNXON'H 1UIISUMA- T1SM RKMKDY a trlai. No matter what your doctor may miy, no matter wliat your friends may say, no matter how prejudiced you may be agalnHt all adrer- llned reraedlca, bo at onoo to your drnp;- giit and get a bottl# of the ltnEUMA- fIBl" U HEMHDY. If It fallH to Rive Mtls- (action,I will refund your money.—Munyon Remember thla remedy contnlns no sal- ' Scrllc acid, no opium cocaine, morphine or other harmful dnien. It 1b pnt np under ) the guarantee of the Pure Food and Drug Act. For Hale by all dmRClRt*. Trice. 26c. R i a TRADE can bo assured if you fertilize your land with o/Manufaclurcd by the WEW ORLEANS ACID & FERTILIZER CO, 921 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. Write for Free Pocket Memorandum Book. GOVERNOR 0. B. COLQUITT'S FIRST MESSAGE Besj icaks for tlie Stale a Period of Legisla- tive Sanity and Healthy U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

■Pr^ $HB&I THE HERALD 1 J I i ! £ p. t | ■ ■ pNteltehMi Kvsry Thurwtay. H. p. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oh Year 100. Biz Month* BO Thro* Months .. .26. Stotered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the poetofflce at Mexia Texas, under the act of Congress of March 2, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES \ issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 IVj.OO $500.00 ^ " 7.&0 13.00 24.00 30.00 ^4 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pace. 1 lwsue—per inch 20 I Issues—per inch 36 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 60 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts Aid in tie meantime pay your poll tax. o- While daring a moment of leisure, a man at Lancaster kick- ed out the lights. in all of the show windows. Rather expensive amusement . Another battle between the in- surgents and the regulars in Mex- ico, and about one hundred regu- lars! were killed. Thought the revolution was at an end. ■ o Charles A. Culberson was elect- ed United States senator for the third time this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

A V 1 /\ ft ■ I ■J Mid=Winter Clearing Sale! Tuesday January 31st, to Saturday February 11th Cheeves Bros. & Co., will hold their annual Mid-Winter Clearing Sale. Thousands of Dollars worth of Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Millinery will be offered to our customers at wonderfully reduced prices. We are intent on clearing stocks to make room for Spring Goods soon to arrive and to realize cash to discount sorinir bills. Every price statement made by Cheeves Bros. & Co., is as true and honorable as have always been our dealings with our customers—we handle only dependable merchandise and make only dependable state- ments about what we have to sell. Cheeves Special Prices mean something and it will be worth dollars in savings to you to join the crowds coming "Cheevesward" Tuesday January 31st, to Saturday February 11th Clearance of Dry Goods $1.00 Wool Goods 79c All our 42 and 52 inch Wool Taffetas, fancy serges, and plain broadcloths that sellatl.M, Mid-Winter Clear- 7Q...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

1PHHP8M • mmrn i! r!H , frV n. ■ l.|,„ „ ■)'.{,, a? ?T w Iwr ™™Ph ™ '™ ' ■ •«: ' s I I SENATE IS TO NAME THREE COMMITTEES «>R0S. CARRY POINT AS TO RE- DISTRICTING STATE. DAVIDSON GETS ENDORSED "dissolves All Committees Named Him, But Pros Reinstate Them. by Austin, Jan. 24.---Texas prohibition ''feattstoMi amended rules of the Sen- ate so as to provide for committees on districting the State, same to 'be elected by the Senate. Because this was an innovation, such committees having heretofore been appointed by the chair. Hon. A. B| Dadvldson, lieu- tenant Governor, said the action was tantamount to a vote of no confidence In him, and he dissolved all the com- mittees which he had heretofore ap- pointed Prohibition Senators, averring their confidence in the Lieutenant Governor, Immediately denied his right to dis- solve the committees, and then moved to confirm all committee appointments he had heretofore made, which motion prevailed unanimously. Other amendments to the rules pro- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

NEGLECTED GOLD, GOT VERY WEAK A Bad Cough. Tried Many Remedies. Restored by Peruna. Mrs. A. S. Rucker, R. P, 1). 2, Brent- wood, Ten*, ■writes: "I w 1 8 h to tell you what Peruna has done for me, I was very ■ i c k and so weak I could scarcely be up. I w a b alarmed at my #> AI I "I had a bad 0 o u g h for some time and 1 tried several cough medi- cines, but grew worse all the time. I knew If I did not get {relief I would soon go Into consumption. So I decided to try Peruna. I had confidence In It be- fore I took It and I found -it was just the medicine I needed, for in a short time my cough ceased and my strength returned. "I have enjoyed better health since taking It than I had for several years previous. When I pee any one weak and ryn down, especially with a cougfct I advise them to take Peruna." Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac tor 1911. HOW HE EARNED THE MONEY Mrs. A. S. Rucker. Pretty Sister Persists in Her Giuestion-: Ing Until She Gets an Answer. A certain • p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 January 1911

6' >■'" •' 'I::'"" i A ' it 11 J n 5®fy Mvia jtwt bccauee tiieif dige*- •N ofHM ui weak. The result it §0B circulation, *wrvqi ncaa aid the **!«,•< iavaiidiaa. It ia oftea very ■nMcceaary md the woman * own fault. DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED AT THX CLOai or A SPIRIT ED ATTENDANCE CONTEST. U ta«# to <to la to look to the 2**"* of. J®"/ bewele. TI>«t« the trou- Jit.T'tf* AJl H«y claiw know J®**. p«rc«nuc of woman an con«ttp«Ud. and from tfela r«- aulto Indication, pile*, waartnaa*. eta,, th&mffno°r.UukTncren^ Delightful ia every detail waa that, ltin*! until yo«i th'^ reception tendered the Bap- ■ave atortad your bowels to morlnr. I 1 tist Ladies Aid Society oa Thurs- day afternoon at the, hospitable home of Mrs. Jesse MeLendon. female rem- nd until row _ - your bowels to moTln*. You wilt And that when tha bowela move reaul&rly onca or twlca iriy fatty Ula will disappear. MUd laxative day all your Take a food, — —. tonic Ilka Dr. Caldwell'* Syrup Papain for awhile and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

See J. Saodford Smltt| for FIRE, LIFE and TQ^NAOO InMrawte, HmU, T( i S •*] ^•"TwJlfth Yep*. MKK1A. TSXA3. THt/JfcSDAY, FKfc. 2, 1911. HMBmTtm iv -S- *J£- / COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTSK1ST FROM THUS HALLS OF JU8TI01. Anna Kr««maa to Edigar Julia HOU. w « • 'Jpfc. w ife, ■ : • -ij. From Groesbeck Journal. District Court. Ada Carson va E'rank Woods; JiiwJigement awarding *custody~of children to mother and father, al- ternately for six months each, with privilege of visiting children by mother and father once a week. • Amanda Brooks, vs Sim Brooks —divorce granted. Mrs. Emma Pearce vs Gua PeCPee—divorce granted. State of Texas vs Jake Mat- thews murder—verdict not guil- tf. State of Texas va Jno. T. Cain —murder, not guilty. State of Texas vs Boh Thomp- Wj#—motion to retax cost—judg- ment reducing cost $14.60. State of ,; Texas va Daymond IJoyd—Deft plead? guilty—2 yrs unpen. C. S. Bradley vs L. Scharff, et al—judgment for plain- tiff. fom Cox vs L. Scharff adm'r. Trespass o tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

*v: - '* 1 '• ~ . 1 WttvV/lMP t ('!♦• v u t:M 111 f >■ 1«. — Jr- THE HERALD Published ©very Thursday. .'V' N, P, MOUX. Edltpr and Proprietor. ' (MEXIA, rEXAS When doctors graft 'It Is folly to 1m nick. Another thing that will make Mil- waukee famouH 1b a "woman police- nail." Why worry over good roads when we are all on the verge of taking to I wings? i • ' If war scares keep on accumulating they may bo offered by the dozen at reduced rates. When women are required to sit on Juries they should be permitted to bring their knitting. Western farmers are returning to the effete east to buy up the deserted farms of that section. Fir lumber has gone gone up one dollar on the thousand. Now, all to- gether: This is going too fir! Goose-bone prophets are of the opinion that this winter will stretch out as long as a British election. Alfalfa In various forms Is to be served at a banquet in Colorado. Now who Is "brother to the ox?" Alexander wept because he had no more worlds to conquer whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

v' v> '■ II*'! V As f m mx ■ v:• k* 'tii b > . - COQUITT STOPS SUITS AGAINST RAILROADS SENDS A LENGTHY COMMUNICA- TION TO ATT'Y GENERAL. BELIEVES CAMPBELL WRONG Suits Not Well-Foutided Because Roads Are Not at All • Insolvent. =s=S I Austin, Texas: > Gov. Colquitt has sent a long and important letter to Attorney General IJglitfoot. That much Gov. Colquitt has admitted, af- ter being faced with questions. Be- yond th—t bs' to towWa anv etatement. It is known that It relates to the Orders which ex-Governor Campbell gave to the Attorney General Just before be left oifice, to file suits for the forfeiture of the charters of the International and Great Northern Railway and the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway and that Gov. Colquitt Is directing the Attorney General not to proceed in the matter. It is known that Gov. Colquitt does not consider thoso railways Insolvent as was charged by ex-Gov. Campbell, saying that while one exhibit In their reports rather Indicated that their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

Every Thursday. F. H«ux, Ctfltor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om T® r 3.W)- Six ModOim t><> Three Months 26. fettered an eecond-claas matter March S, 1908, at the poutoffice at Meila V«saa. under the act of CongreuB of March S, 1879. ffev is jMfiit on its second year ami we. congratulate our thriving liittle neighbor on having sui'ih a creditable paper. ADVERTISING RATES \ lseue 2 is. 4 le. 1 yr. t Page $12.00 $22.00 $^.00 $500 00 % " 7.DO 13.00 24.00 80.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 176.00 LaKa Than One uaQrter Page. 1 lanue—per Inch 20 cents. S lauuee—per inch 36 cents. 4 lauues—per incb 60 cents. 1 Tear eacb issue—per Inch 10 cts. That senate "caucus" tried to 'be a "corkus" and now it is only a "carcass." I 1 At last a Houston citizen has donated a block for a city park; J. J. Settegast i# the dona tor. o- —- No, bud! It "is tdo late Jjiow. If you didn't pay it while you had a chaance you will not be al- lowed a vote this year. o A possum objects to cleanli- ness. He wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

mSOim to loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me apd loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas SB?? Local and Personal, ■ : ) 1 ' i • C. W. Berry returned from Kosse Tuesday afternoon, where he went to attend the funeral of his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. A. Adams, who died Sunday. . V Jack-son Brothers are installing large. Otis Elevator in their ware-house. •it* •■rvj New Garden Seed, two papers for 5 cents. Onion Sets 10 cts. quart.—,W. Kincheloe. A V 'JKi vt.-A ur A Mrs. J. C. Mimms and Mrs, Horace Stevens returned Tuesd&yi fr(om a visit to Groesbeck. ii Miss Carter of Kirven is visit* ing Mrs. Prank. Hughes. Have your repairing done by Roller 'Si W^teh ma'he^. All work./ guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Desenberg left this afternoon on a business trip o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

'J' ' " Jfm WmW™* * .d t;' • s= ■yy-:, ■ ' '' ;' V ■' STONE IN BLADDER REMOVED WITHOUT SURGICAL OPERATION In the Spring of 1004, I was confined to toy bed with kiiluey trouble and thought that I would never recover. I took a lot of medicine but did not realize any benefit from anything. I finally saw a I>r. Kilmer'i Swamp Koot advertisement and aeiit for a •ample bottle and thought the sample helped me, so I bought more of the medi- cine from my .Druggist, and after using a few bottles discharged a very large stone from my bladder. After passing this stone my health was very much improved and 1 have been able to continue with my busi- ness without any serious sickness. J. L. KNOWLES. Headland, Ala. Personally appeared before me this 8th day of Septemt>er, 1909, J. Loftua Knowles who subscribed the above state- ment and made oath that the same im true in substance and in fact, J. W. WHIDDON, Notary Public. LelUr U> Dr. HHnrr a Co. Wnghamlnn, 1. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

Always Makes Good I t- ie id id 211 St IS- in I to >w sy LTS nd in- do al- do sat 311, ne V(J an- lch tho ma ck, in ie** hey by the trust ^tjaf<ihgpowdtfc0' You'll be de- lighted with the re- sults of Calumet Baking Powder.. No disappoints bo flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, or pastry Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli- cious food you ever ate. Rtocraad hl|hartr««am World's ■Pur* Food Exposition ■ChiMdo. I tor.H SEEDS To erowthefln- cs flowers and most liLsrlouj vegetables, plant tho boat needs. Ferry's S«xl8 are bust becausetbey never fall I n yield or quality. Ttio best (rardon- era and termors everywhere know Ferry's aoedi to be the J highest standard of quality yet attained. -For solo everywhere * iFEMtrS 1911 See* Inmui Free on request D. M. FIERY S CO KTMir.MOM. Sore Throat and Chest I am so enthusiastic concerning the virtues of HUNT'S o,°™ that I always keep a bottle of it in the house, and to my particular friends I give a bottle unles...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 February 1911

0$ t 'i •wi WVt i "*v • ■ H . THE DANCE Wkil Mother U not looting fw. •Mwtkmc that will help her children im the little ills of life, aometbiiif tor the stomach trouble u4 the trouble? Long if* she proh* become coavtaced that a cannot readily swallow a pill mi a tablet, and that to "break them ia half and crush them" is an annojr- tktt usually th«jr work too drasti >w a £• Wd tr* uunaUnt and too po«r- _ Csr the Uttie one's stomach Asy mother who will take the trouble mt MDdlns her name and address can ob- tain a free sample bottle of a rented?, that thousands of other mothers are uslna and now paytnc for. This remedy Is Or. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and the offer of It and 4PAvln<3i ry&urself that It Is whaCf you waafc you cap obtain It In, tha fu- ture of four druggist at fifty cents and one Jollk'r a bottle. Just as so hiany •there are doing, the free aarrtplo- bol "8 simply to convince you of Its merits, la the best way to begin on It. Mrs. U Davis of 187 W Harrison stre...

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