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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 June 1915

/" t m ■ < av j THE ALBANY NEWS. Extra Special for Saturday and Monday June 19th, and 21st. For Saturday and Monday Only We are Giving Some Special Bar- gains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Dry Goods. ' Extra Special Saturday and Monday only all 50 cent Dress Goods 157 1-2 cts. per Yd. <• " " all Gingeam 8 1-3 cts. per Yd. •« v " " " " Best Grade Domestic 8 1-3 cts. per Yd. Clothing for Men. $11.85 19.85 $7.85 $5.85 $2.45 ..$1.1)5 $1.65 Men's $15.00 Suits Extra Special " $12.50 " $10.00 $7.00 Genuine Palm Beach Suits Extra Special Men's Hats. Regular $3.00 Hats Extra Special $2.50 $2.00 All Stetson Hats 15 per cent off From Regular Price. Shoes, Shoes, Shoes. For Saturday and Monday only Every Pair of Shoes in Our Store does at 15 par cent Discount From Regular Price. Millinary. Extra Special All Millinery A One Halt Price. Mottet—Sheriffs Sate. The State of Texas, Co. of Shackelford. By virtue of an Order of Sale, issued out of the Hohorable Dis- trict Court of Delta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

An advtrtistment in the News is no ixperiment—it is tun to bring re suits , No. 3 Nft printing of edl kinds tumid out on short notice by thi News' Job Office. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915 Whole Number IMS ILL & T. OFFICIALS VISIT IMnXMRTOII, WOODSON, MO ORECKEWUCOE. w. Ifc mc m He On Tuesday morning a car load of boosters for Albany and t) M. K. & T. Ry. left Albany for Throckmorton, Woodson, Breckenridge and intervening points. The party was compos- ed of Col. S. Webb, Col. J. W. Evens, Supt. M. K. & T. Ky. Co. of Texas, Texas Central District, W«eo, Col. J. F. Garvin, General Freight Agent M. K. & T. Ky. Co. of Texas, Dallas and Paul Baker. The first stop was made at Fort Griffin where the visitors were shown the remains of the old forts and other evidences ot the palmy days of that village. This ended by a brief call on Mr. Allen Jones, the post master. And then on to Throckmorton where we were met by a number of the business and professional men of the to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. m-:! my>m>>>>>y>w>v Fresh, Pure Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist 5<<<<W<C<W- • • ) )))) THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. - • Publisher. PAUL BAKER. fc>llli |1 th. Pnt Ofle* at Albany. Tiiu. • SMcad CUm Mali MitUr. stand he has taken, a stand in which the American people con- cur, and this because it is just, humanitarian, and nothing less than what the United States should demand. Subset if Hon $t.oo Per Year. advertising rates. advertisements, single insertions. IS per inch; subeeiiuent irset turns. 12 1-2 p inch for each insertion reiiuc- Mmi will be made on advertisement* that sre on*- UMitl of a page or more in site. Local* and read- ftW notice*. 10 cents per line for single insertion Beiaequent insertions of local* a id readers. 6 •aots per line for each insertion. FRIDAY, J UNh toi<. The Kaiser says that he could s:gn a (H?ace treaty any day he wished. But in this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

I -IPP1 • ills m ■©St',?". ' iSlUiUiliiiii —— M THE ALBANY NEWS. US OF It IF THROUGH DESOLATED Clark Gives a Simple and Uncolored Story of Conditions As <e Found Them—Responsibility for the Destruction of iiany Fair Places of France One of the Things to Be Considered When Final Oay of Reckoning Comes. r - •y IDWARD B. CLARK. Correspondent Wnteni Newspaper Union.) Bommeilles, France—As I make * it« Botes In thia place which once was a village the ground la shaken by the trans* mltted tremor im- parted to the earth by the shock of the great guns which are bellow- ing all along the battle front from St. Mlhle! to the forest of Argonn" Soninittllles Is beyond the pres- ent Indicated range of the big rifles, but an ele- vation of an inch or two to the mux- lies of the siege pieces would re- sult In a rain of shells falling on a Tillage, or at least the remnants of a village which already has hud not a rain but a deluge of tire. There la little chance that any gun will be elevated, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

w THE ALBANY NEWS. K5HSKHSHBSBB ie Man Who Came Back «v Edna Ferber Bwm M FMcHek A. Molus Oo ▼•lop a taste for that kind of thing. As be grew older tbe tut* took root and became a habit Ted came out after serving hit term, atlll handsome, spite of ah that story writers may havo taught to tbe con- trary. But we'll make this concession to the old tradition. There was a dif- ference. His radiant blondeur was dimmed In some Intangible, elusive way. Birdie Callahan, who bad worked In Te i's mother's kitchen for years, and who had gone bark to her old job at the Haley house after her mistress' death, put It sadly thus: "lie was always th' han'some <11 v 11 I used to look forward to Ironln' day Just far the pleasure of pressln' his fancy shirts for hlin. I'm that part la! to them swell blonds. Hut I dlnnaw, he's changed. Doln' time has taken the edge off his hair an' complexion. Not changed Ills color, do yuh mind, hut dulli'd It, like a gold ring, or the like, that has tarnished." Ted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

it#f" A- v ■ h ■ § THE ALBANY NEWS. Two Different Effects The quality of food is very largely determined by the ingre- dients in the baking powder with which it it made. Cream of tar- tar baking powders, such as Royal, add only healthful quali- ties to the food. The cream of tartar of Royal Baking Powder as used in food has the same wholesome effect on the digestive system as the cream of tartar in grapes, from which it is derived. In like manner it is in evi- dence that the unwholesome ef- fects of alum, which is a mineral acid salt, exist in food mudo with alum baking powdor. There is a clause on baking powder labels which names all the ingredients. Read it and let it guide you. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Knrala sP Jfrramtalfi [Th* N«w r«qu t lt rMMl n to mail or phon. In th name. ml place* of rvaidrnrr of any vtaltoraaaaarly In tho week aa poanibla. If you know of other |n'r«onal kindly semi them alao with tha name of the communicant. Thin will irreally aaaint The New* in k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 25 June 1915

pw - '1 & I O ^ ! 1 / I -V PP mm Y 8|}7l ■ m THE ALBANY NEWS. m STANDING OF CONTESTANTS IN GRAFONOLA CONTEST WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1915. 1 ...2000 2 2000 3 aooo 4 2000 B 2000 6 2000 7 2000 8 2000 9 2000 1 0 2000 11 2000 12 2000 1 3 2000 14 2000 1 5 2000 1 6 740880 1 7 2000 1 8 2000 1 9 2000 2 0 2000 21 2000 22 2000 2SL 2000 241. L 2000 25$). 2000 '3'? ALBANY, ' State Of Texas 26 2000 27 2000 2 8 2000 29 2000 30 2000 3 1 2000 3 2 2000 33 2000 34 2000 35 2000 36 2000 3 7 1881592 3 8 2000 3 9 2000 4 0 2000 4 1 2000 42 2000 43 2000 44 2000 45 2000 46 2000 47 5053510 4 8 2000 5 1 2000 52 2000 53 2000 5 4 2000 55 2000 56 2000 57 2000 58.. 2000 59 2000 60 2000 61 2000 6 2 1831460 6 3 2000 6 4 2000 65 7000 66 2000 67 2000 68 2000 69 2000 70 2000 7 1 2000 72 2000 73 736660 7 6 2000 7 7 2000 78 2000 7 9 2000 80 2000 81 2000 82 2000 8 3 2000 8 4 2000 85 992727 8 6 2000 8 7 2000 88 2000 8 9 2000 9 0 2000 9 1 2000 92 2000 93 2000 94 2000 95 2000 96 2000 972000 98 20(H) 101. 102. 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 July 1915

HWJ 4-, :Jr'< fflM r ■ An advertisement in the News is no experiment— it is sure to bring results XXXII, No. 4 r*< - / n i Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. , ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1915 An Explanation of Amend- ments to be Voted on the 24th of July. Whole Number 1624 About the New Depot. Jit ' ^ . '■•IA. : ! :i ' L,. . ■".% " " *«'• I !'■ Hfi.' Ice Tea is a Luxury You don't drink icr tea br- rail;c you couldn't live without it, but 1 ocnuoe it Hitn the spot on a hot «!: \ because it tastes K<KJ<1. Then i• you r! ink it for enjoy- ment why not hunt around until you find the tea that will give you the mo*t enjoyment/ We predict you'll find it in White 13 wan Tea thr flavor. You'll 11 mdkcA a smooth II lit •* the (oictastc You'll like it bc- 4«'r people who to cat ana urink. While in Albany last week, Mr. .J. W. Evens, Superintendant of the Texas Central District of the M. K. & T. Ky. of Texas, was questioned about t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. nam- Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist n 55 « \ f b While a few; of the radicals in Atlanta disagreed with Governor Slaton and some even layed plots to destroy his life, yet the great mass of the American people approved his action. It is a great responsibility to hold in ones hands the dipsition of a man's life. No one cars to have such responsibility, yet some have to bear it. Still less does anyone care to permit the hang- ing of a man who may be inno- ^ i cent. If there is doubt, judge- ^ ment will incline in favor of the inception farther back. In fact it began when man first permitt- ed women, or rather girls, to look into the high schools, and later on, the colleges and univer- sities. That is when the master of the house made his first great feminist blunder. Had he kept his girls at home as was done in the days of Martha Washington, knitting, crochet- ing, and talking the local gossip? he would never ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. rals Jferaflttala (tk*M«w rM|awUlUrwd«ra to mailor phon* In tha namea and placaa of residence of My vMtanaaMrly in the week M poeilble. If you know of other paraonala kindly aend lata* with tha nam* of tha communicant. Thin will greatly unilit Tha Newa in keep- f |a toooh with local hapsanlnca and will be highly appreciated. kditor. 1 J, H. Sammona made a buai- trip to Cisco last Friday. Your money will go farther at tb# Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. Pat and C. A. Wilson of Lued- visited home folk in Albany «r vttii Sunday Special prices for half Ration fruit jars at J. Carter Kind's Grocery the First Saturday in July. Mrs. R. H. Finley and little daughter returned last Thursday from their visit in Tyler, Waco and other points. For Sale or Trade. Two lots, a good place to locate. See owner. J. L. Landtroop. Don't forget the First Satur- ,. . ... day. It is the Albany day. (let W. C. Tjdwell returned Sun-1 t^e ^|bany habit on this day. day morning from Louisiana ()ur m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 2 July 1915

t 7- THS ALBANY NEWS. 5 2 Big Days 2 Bargains! Bargains! For two days Friday and Saturday July 2nd, and 3rd, only at The Popular Dry Goods Company. Our entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Millinery goes at great reductions for two days only. Space forbids quotations of only a few of our many bargains. Cut prices on thousands of dollars worth of Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Furnish- ings, Shoes Etc. Shoes. &• A I SB.00 Shoos $4.00 Shoes $!{. BO Shix's $3.00 Shoes $2.30 Shoes $2.00 Shoes $1.50 Shoes $1.50 Hat;: $2.0(1 Hats $2.50 Hats $3.00 Hats $5.00 Hats $6.00 Hats Hats. $4.15 $3.35 $2.00 $2.40 $1.05 $1.45 $1.19 $1.20 $1.45 $2.05 $4.:S0 $5. K~> Men's and Boys' Pants. $5.00 Pants $11.85 $4.(Ml Pants 25 $,'{.50 Pants $2.!t5 $:{.()() Pants $2. Kt $2.50 Pants $l.!Ml $2.0(1 Pants •SI. 1" $1.50 Pants ,05 $1.00 Pants ,H5 Men's Suits. Men's all woo] regular $18.50 Suits for Friday and Saturday $14.85 Men's all wool regular $15.00 Suits for Friday and Saturday $11.45 Men's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 July 1915

An advtrtiitment in the News is no experiment— it is sure to bring results She Him Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. ?«L xxxn. No. 5 Law to Promote and Preserve Rural Credits ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY O, 1915 Much Needed Law Goes Into Effect June 22nd. $150. So, the two months added together amount to $2.40 or 7 per cent on the $30,(K) for all expenses. If he sells in one or two months, the storage and insurance stops at any time he sells the cotton. When the cot- ton is sold before the notes ma- ture and the $30.00 is paid into the bank, it doubles our circula- tion—for we have $30.00 in notes which are in circulation. The notes carry a premium Kaufman, Texas, May. 24, 1915. Mr. A. Bowan, Editor Farmers' Fireside Bul- letin, Arlington, Texas. Dear Sir and Brother: —I am ■ending you a Journal of the Senate and you will see that on j with them from the time they March 20th, House Bill No. K5{ are made until they are redeemed, being entit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. > > Fresh, Pure Drugs Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist We have not yet heard of any of the rural schools of this county applying for any portion of the million dollar fund for rural schools appropriated by the last Legislature. This money will not voluntarily come to the com- munity that does not ask for it. ^ J I Like the promise in the Bible, it is necessary that you must ask w in order to receive. Not only must the request be made, but the conditions laid down for appropriating the money must be met. Your County Judge will help you to make application THE ALBANY NEWS «•«#*- ■ —>■■■ - — — -* Issued Avery Friday Morning. • • Publisher. PAUL BAKER, ■ntarwUt th« l'o*t Offlc* «t Albany. M Snond Clu> Mull M«tt r Subscription fi.oo Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES DbpUy AdvartlwmMiU. wlnglo inwrtionn, ir Mnln pur Inrh; *ubMqu«nt lrm« rtkin , 12 1-2 Mat* p«r Inch for «ach Inacrtlon. Some rwiuc. Hon will hm on <lv«rtliwmentii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 July 1915

' . w . ■« THE ALBANY NEWS. Pore Brags and Medicines. In Cream and Kodaki aad Films, CM Drinks Toilet Articles. We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions, Purest Drugs Used. Only P. F. Castleberry & Son. ^ Curals sP JbrBmtalaf (Tha N w« requests Its reader* to mail or phone in th«- n mM end places of reiikJence of S«r visitor* early In the week ma possible. If you know of other peraonsla kindly aend tkem siso with the nsme of the cooraiurviesnt. Thin will greatly aaatat The Newa in keep- tan in touch with local hspoenin*s*nd wlllbehiirhlyappreciate*! Editor. ] For pigs or hogs see Dick Moberley. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. "iiss Gladys Sedwick is at- tending a house party in Wills Point. Mr. Herrick of Lueders was in Albany Wednesday, the guest of Dr. Huskey. D. A. Newcomb was in from GrifBn Wednesday. "Uncle Jim Greer is quite sick this week. Mra. W. W. Cadwell in visit-j ,J. H. Reynolds was in town ing relatives in Putnam. Monday to shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 9 July 1915

' ' ' : • ; *, • - «• V { p ! !| THE • ••• Local News Happinings. C. C. Edwards visited rela- tives in Dallas last week. Marvin Ezell and Connie Lynch autoed to Abilene Monday. A. Glesk returned Monday from a visit with Mrs. Glesk in Mingus. Mrs. Chas. Flippin and chil- dren of Coleman visited in Al- bany this week. W. B. King was in town Thurs- day and stated that he had com- pleted dipping his cattle, but found no ticks. Mr. J. W. Evens, Gen. Supt. Texas Central Ry., wife and daughter are guests of Mr. S. Webb and family and will spend a few days here. W. H. Stephens and family have gone to Coleman, where they will be for a couple of weeks. They were accompanied by E. M. Stephens. POLITICIANS WHO CAPITALIZE 8TRIFE A MENACE TO GOVERNMENT. Mrs. R. S. Murrie, Casey and Miss Mary left Thursday in their car for Mineola to visit j idatives. Ed Dodge has bought the house just built by N. R. Price, Lost from herd June 28, one paying $2,(MM>.(K for same, in- brown cow, dehorned, branded...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

i/W* Am advertisement in the News is no experiment— it is sure to bring results She Urns Neat printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. , No. 6 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1915 Whale Number 16SC Impart if Com. Court, in Session July 12th. The first business to come be- the Court was the report of j e Jury of View consisting of ick Myrick, W. M. Weir, W. Gurney, J. R. Leftwich and M. Williams. The work of j^ie Jury of View was approved And the road designated as laid out by it On this day came on to be con- sidered the petition of H. W. Lenoir, J. A. Isbell, Willis John- Son, C. W. Graham, Arthur Is- bell and H. C. Woodward, all qualified tax paying voters with- in the boundary of the territory embraced in the land described fat said Petition, asking that the north line of Newcomb School District No. 11 be so changed as to include the following territory to viz: Beginning on the north line of laid Newcomb District No. 11 at the west corner of T. E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

• ' THE ALBANY NEWS. > Fresh, Pure Drugs Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist • ■>> ) )) ># THE ALBANY NEWS Itsued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER. - - - Publisher. ■Wrodat the Poet Office at Albany. Tuiaa. Second Cltu Mall Matter. Subsciiption $t.oo Per Year. ADVERTISING RATIOS Display advertiwementa. tingle insertion*, lf> MaU per inch; subsequent inaertiona. 12 1-2 Mats per inch f« r each insertion. Horn** redur- Han will be made on advertUementa that am one- Ulird of a page or more in aire. Ixicula and read- ing noticea, 10 cents per line for single insertion Subsequent insertions of locals and readers. 5 aants par line for each insertion. FRIDAY,JULY 16, ryij. "Love, beauty, joy. and wor- ship arc forever building, un- building, and re-building each man's soul." Plotinus. A post woman is the latest thing in the feminine progress of England. Hut the peculiar thing about it is that she doesn't wear a regular post-man's costume. One...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. MAINSTAY OF WHITE SOX PITCHING STAFF ^cai^'MLK ON'CATCHE^ One of the moat peculiar In- cidents ever Keen In a ball ■ame came up In the Tufts- Dartmouth game recently. With a Tufts man 0*11 third, the sig- nal for a squeeze play was Riv- en. The Dartmouth pitcher started to wind up, and the man on third dun Tor home. The Dartmouth catcher Jumped out of hln position nnd yelled to the pitcher, who had Just time to deflect the ball to the left. As it came, the batter moved out of his box, and, stretching around, hit the ball. The base runner came rushing In and the ball hit htm. This was a line tnlx-up for the umpire, lie called a balk on Wanamaker, the Dartmouth catcher, for being out of his box, and allowed the runner to score. The batter was or- dered hack to bat. the ball Counting nothing against or fur him, being dead on account of the balk. lu addition to this decision, which was the logical one, two plays might have been called. The batter might be put out fur Ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

a , rj - 4: (■1/ THE ALBANY NEWS. Slaves Of the Sea m. By LAY CHAMBERLAIN yrlfht, The Prank A. Mun fy Co ) • .thin the battered, sweltering con- n-tower of H-23, Lieutenant liarton ,id his ensign, Rolf, marshaled the ™ Imoit of their nautical skill against TFthe onslaught of the elements, while they atrove at the wheel with united brawn to keep the rolling, pitching boat head-on to the seas. — All that day, from the great heart of P/ the desert, the sirocco had pulsed _ feverishly across the Mediterranean. • No word had passed between the stocky, swart-vlsaged commander and bl* lithe-bodied, blond haired aid since ' th i periscope-stuff had snapped by the — board In the first crunch of the raveu- Hsg wind Then Roll hud roared above t the pounding of the combers against •"•'thu thick-glassed ports. "8he'll never stand the kick ot this We'd better sink her now or we'll ,have to swim." •■In "Orders." liarton had snapped In re- ••"'.ply " 'To the Dardanelles! Report to " 'the captain of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

rtf3 THE ALBANY NEWS. s and Medicines. Ice Cream and Kodaks and Films, Cold Drinks Toilet Articles. We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions, Only Purest Drugs Used. P. F. Castleberry & Son. Ixirala ^ fferBonala [The News requests its reader* to mall or phono In the namei and placet* of residence of any visitors as early in the week as possible. If you know of other personals kindly send them also with the name of the communicant. This wiil greatly assist The News in keep- ing In touch with locsl hapoeninirsand will be highly appreciated. Editor. ) For pigs or hogs see Dick Moberley. Ed Glover of Baird autoed to Albany Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Leech were in from the ranch Saturday. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. C. A. and Pat Wilson were down from Lueders to spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Manning visited Morris Manning and fam- ily in Spur this week. The best cream on earth, Shaw Bros. Known all over Texas as the best. The Model Cafe. J. ...

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