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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 16 July 1915

sy r: 'B t THE ALBANY NEWS. ■ I • ••• Local News Happinings. H. W. Lenoir was in town on business Wednesday. J. H. Reynolds was a business visitor to Albany Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Balliew were in town trading Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cloud autoed to Lueders last Saturday. Mr. J. W. Evens, Supt. Texas Central District, M. K. & T. Ry., was in Albany Tuesday. Rev. E. C. Seaman will be in Albany Sunday evening to fill his appointment at the Episcopal church. Misses Zeddie and Jot; Leech left Wednesday to visit relatives in Dallas, Denton, and Whites- boro. Jersey Cows for Sale. My cows are the best. Will sell part cash and balance good note. W. CI. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cadwell returned Thursday evening from their visit with relatives in Put- nam. If you want Fruit Jars or Jelley Glasses, phone or see HollowelPs Hardware Store. Rev. Stockard will be in Albany Sunday to fill his regular appoint- ment at the Christian Church. The Methodist congregation loaded themselves in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

\ Neat printing of all kinds turntd out on short notice by the News' Job Office. An advertisement in the News is no experiment— it is sure to bring re suits ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915 WSfioie Number 1627 ▼•LXXXn.No. 7 In Memoiy of lames Greer In the death of James Greer, which occurred at his home in Albany at eleven o'clock Satur- day, July 15, yet another of Shackelford county's pioneer cit- izens has passed away. Mr. Greer was born in Arkan- sas in 1852. His father, known to old residents as Uncle George Greer, came to Texas in 1858, settling first in Palo Pinto coun- ty and two years later moving to Shackelford county and settling on Hubbard creek. The ranch here established by him and his sons, James and Cal, became a noted western landmark, and the twin mountains in the vicinity that bear their name, stand ever an indestructible monument to reply. Those who read daily know the answer, and the Daily Times-Herald's strictures on the facts. Why not clean house at home b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

- w m R THE ALBANY NEWS. (««««« Fresh, Pure i Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and N O TJONS ■ G. L. GREGG, Druggist § n for Women" and taken up one that will likely be more effective in helping them to secure their coveted prize. not be said of them as the poet said of the soul, that they pass not again this way. But may the beautiful scenery along the Albany way attract them to re- turn again and yet again. And in addition to the scenery, than THE ALBANY NEWS Itsutd Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. InUred it thi Pout Offlc* at Albany. Texas, an Second Claim Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES. Diaplay adv«rtiiM m«nta, *inKlo insertion*, lf> aantu par Inch; nubiioquerit insertions, 12 1-2 casts par Inch far «'ach Insertion. Soma reduc- tion will be made on advertisements that are one- third of a pane or more in sise. Locals and read- In# notices. 10 centa par line for single inaertion. Subsequent Inaertiona of locala and readers, f ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. ;Ummlj- SEVERE EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA w* HRH ■/M3 lliin Strawberry Crop Grown Under Hedgerow 8y*tem—Plenty of Sunlight Per- mitted to Get to the Planta. This photograph of a block of buildings In Mexlcala givi k *01110 !«!<• of tliu damage done by the recent earth- quake that shook the Imperial valley In the southern part of California Many town* tbure and across the Itriu In Mexico suffered greatly and some live* were lost. ID II HEROES TWo Companies Hold Position Five Days Without Relief. Only Handful of Wreck* Left of Aa- ■aultlng Party With Mlesion to Capture Chapel—They Cap- tured It. How two companies of French In- fantry took a chapel defended by Ger- man trenches and held their narrow •trip of captured ground for five days under a continual tiro from German artillery Is related In a letter pub- lished In the Figaro of recent date. The letter was written by the officer commanding the party, who was one of the bsndfM who remained when they wry at last rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

mfWijfflfis % - « • . •— ■ 4' * tKS?M&tlra i vl THE ALBANY NEWS. 9h •. § <! < Guns ALEX SHELL BRISCOE (Copyright, The Frank A. Munscy Co.) •Stephen Harrow paused In hIs work Of mixing dough to listen to tho din- tut pulsing of the battle. The rasp- ing rifle volley* sounded from a point nearer at hand and ho knew that there had been change*) In the por- tions of the batteries, too. • Yes, tlyt troops wero retreating 'Main. Prom the hill ho could nee cav- alry already crossing the Mame, Well, that had been the regular thing slnco tho English expeditionary forc had bumped Into the German le- gion at Mons, far to the north In lit l glum Stephen could hardly recnll how many days had paused since this steady retirement had begun. It ■eemed to him that it had been going on for months—-years. He had been disappointed In the campaign from the very outset—from the day ho had accepted the kind's ■hilling to fight for tho union Jack Neither events nor his part In them had come up to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. •e Drugs and Medicines. lee Cream and Kodaks and Films, Cold Drinks Toilet Articles. m Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions, Only Purest Druffs Used. P. F. Castleberry & Son. Sarala & Jfcramtals (The News rsqustU Its r«*d«ra to mall or phono In tho rumoi and plttr*n of raaidsnrr of •ay visitorsssesrly In th« «a poaailila. If you know of oth«r p«raonsla kindly asm! Omoi slse with the nam* of tha communicant. Thia will gristly aaalat Tha N«wa in k*«|> tof in touch with local hapoanlnf a and will b« highly appreciated KfHTOS.) For pigs Moberley. or hoK« set* Dick Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Crow were in Albany Saturday. Allen Jones was business Monday. in town on Rev. R. B. Evans of Stamford will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Miss Gladys Sedwick returned Monday from Fort Worth where she visited on her way home from Wills Point. Mr. and Mrs. Eschol Pistole of Seymour came down Saturday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Deats and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. Country (Eorrrnpimiipttrp Newcomb News. Rural locals. W. M. Sanders is in the com- munity this week with his threshing machine. R. M. Gooch and wife, P. F. Castleberry and wife, and H. F. Wyatt and family were at sing- ling at Newcomb Sunday after- days last week. noon. Mr. Dave Humber Jr. spent Mr. J. E. Allen has a new Saturday night in Moran. the Ford automobile and says it has ^iiest of Mr. William Haley, a strong tendency to climb trees Mr. Wade Hand and family and jump into ditches, but thinks attended services at Boogsburg it will be all right when it gets Sunday morning. Local News. A. Haggart attended to busi- ness in Albany Wednesday. Merrick Davis left Thursday1 for a visit in Paris, Texas. Mrs. Myers and children, who have been visiting relatives for a forthight, have returned to All kinds of sewing machine their home in Hill county. j needles and shuttles at the Rack-1 Miss Myrtle Todd was the et Store. guest of Mrs. Elma Elliott two F. A. Farmer and pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 July 1915

;V' « , «~V*WNiv •S/V WS* An advertisement mtks News is no experiment— 1/ is ttm to bring results She IMbaim 3) res Neat printing of all kinds homed out on short notice by the News' Jot Office. m :.:W • •11 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 191S Tmy M ii A tear, Liter W. Capt G. E. Waters, and W. M. Bahan of Fort Worth, were in Almny Friday in the interest of || oil boisness. They had very Kttle to report in the way of oil {vreiopments except that they |id found gas in the Terry Well 3hey are going on down with tfefc well and hope to develop it Mo a producer of oil. This well was drilled by the Corsicana Co. H developed Monday into an oil W*IL While there is very little given tot relative to the oil develop- ment around Moran, it is evident that the Producers Oil Comany ia confident that the field has great possibilities. They are, continually making new loca- tions and expending vast sums of a permanent character. or plain lack of enough food to support life. I don't believe it And I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 July 1915

mrniai r • *-.i jm mmm w * t jg • <• - THE ALBANY NEWS. ' > P ' % Fresh, Pure Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist • > ) ) ) )))« )> body itself, making it healthy, alert, and robust. It is essen- tial, he believes, to that feeling which Browning expressed when he said, "Life did and does smack sweet." THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Evtry Friday Morning. • . PAUL BAKER. - - - Publisher. ■MaNdat th. Poet Oflc. at Albany. Tmm. aa Saeond Claaa Mail Matter. Subsctiption $1.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES. Display adrartlaananta. ainalo InMrttona. K Malta par Inch; nibaequant Inaartiona. 121-t aaata par Inch far each Inaertion. Some radur- tton will be made on advertleementa that are one- ffclrd of a pace or moro In aiao. Locals and read- |a( noticM, 10 conU par lino for ainffle iniwrtion § ba«nuont InMrttona of locala and readom. 6 •Mia par Una for each Insertion. FRIDAY, JULY jo, i9t5. Judging from the lack of talk about the hoppers the last f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 July 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. and Medicines. Kodaks and Films, Gold Drinks Toilet Articles. We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions, Only Purest Drugs Used. P. F. Castleberry & Son. liwralfi fmsmtals {tk*M«W*Na<M*UIUt«ad*r(loinallor phon* In th« n*niM *nd tlun of r«Menc« of fiiittorfl «• Mrlr In tk« v«ik u poulbla. If you know of otbor porsonsla kindly Mnd tkMlslH vltk tb« aarnoof the communicant. Thli will troatly ualitTha N«wi in k«w- tat IntMck with total h po*nln «nd wlllbthlf hly appreciated. -Editor. 1 For pigs or hogs see Moberley. Dick Henry Palm, Sr., was in from the ranch Monday. J. M. Tomme left Tuesday for BrnnViin to spend the summer. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. Judge J. A. Matthews and Arthur Burns were in from Iambs Head Wednesday. Sid Burton waH buisness Monday. in town on For the best Hour call on J. C. Renfro—fresh car Marechal Neil. Miss Mable Alvord was jn Al- bany last week visiting friends Mr. Holley Ivey of Baird was in Alb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 July 1915

He P t>: 'M h a',' I "i ■ ! . j-.p S.}- . . - ,. WFRMR :• ■ THE ALBANY NKW8. ■ ILmma LKM P^w« All kinds of sewing machine needles and shuttles at the Rack- et Store. Jack Goes of Holland, Texas, is in Albany this week visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Deats went to Seymour Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Eschol Pistole. Several car loads of Albany people attended the Old Settlers Reunion at Breckenridge this week. Mrs. W. E. Spencer of Mart is here visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Manning. Miss Emmy Nanson, who had been visiting her cousin, Miss Mamie Sackett, has returned to Coleman. Mrs. Ware Fox and children of Childress are in Albany vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams. Don't send off for shoes, you can be fitted and see what you are getting at the Rackct Store. Reasonable prices. Jersey Cows for Sale. My cows are the best. Will sell part cash and balance good note. W. G. Webb. Don't forget the date, Aug. 7, Parcel Post ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 August 1915

.. ' '■ ? ...r. " >■' iP;-' v 1? * at wiw B F'f n ' -' V:" * 4* advertisement fatki News is HO nutriment—1/ w turei to bring re suits D Mews . JblJi -if jf. K|-r. ;* I Bj v No. 9 7V/«/printing of all kinds turned out on short notice by the News' Job Office. 15 Big Days 15 15 Big Days 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915 Wins Trip to Panama Expo- sition. Whole Number 1699 BIG SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Beginning Saturday, August 7th, and Con- I tinuing Thru Saturday, Aug. 21st We offer our entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Millinery at a great reduction. For lack of space we only have room to quote but a few our many bargains. of Dress Goods. All regular $l..r>0 and $1.25 dross goods 98c All regular $1.00 dress goods. .80c All regular 75 and 50c dress goods 159c All other dress goods 10 per cent oil reg- ular price. Ladies' Shirt Waists. Just received a new assortment of the new stripes for late Summer and early Kail wear. Values from $1.25 to $2....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 August 1915

' ■ Wamwwm ' p 'l- If - V PSF&" ^Ji THE ALBANY NEWS. Fresh, Pure Fancy Stationery, Books, Magazines, and NOTIONS G. L. GREGG, Druggist • > THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Evtry Friday Morning. • • Publisher. PAUL BAKER. ■nurad t tha Poet Offlcn *1 Albany. T«e . 8*carul ClUk MellkUtur SubsaiptioH $1.00 Per Ytar. ADVERTISING RATES. Dicptajr edvertlMOimte, «ln«l. Insertion., 16 MMtii par Inch: ■ubeequcnt lii..rtinna, 111-2 eeete par Inch far aach Inaartlon. Soma reduc- Mee will be made an edv.rtU.rn.hu that ara ono- tblrd uf a page or mora In alia. I.<K-al and r«ad- las notleaa. lteanta per Una for .Inifl. Inaartlon. ■nbaaquant Insertion. of locala and raadcra. r. eenu par Una for eeeh Inaartlon. FRIDAY, AUG 6, r9i<;. Farmers I Stockman's Special to the Exposition The Santa Fe Tour Company, whose District office is at Fort Worth, assisted by various com- mercial clubs and by the people throughout Texas, is now busy framing and shaping advertis- ing plans for one of the greatest adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 August 1915

TFP! fo Aft. THE ALBANY NEWS. •• V friyiy y• ** «: WEMEWH*1* m Pan Drags and Medicines. In Groom ua Kodaks and Films, CoM Drtalcs Toilet Articles. We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions, Only Purest Drugs Used. • . F. Castleberry & Son. . Corals f prBottab (IfctMswSNqusstsltsrMdsrs to msllor phonaln th« names and places of rMldonr. of in fUlm as aarly In ths «wk aa poulbla. If yoa know o( oth.r personal. kindly send than also with the name of the eommunlcant. Thle will wetly eealet The New. In keep- taft In tmMh with local hapo.nlni.and will b. highly appreciated. - Editor. 1 Pigs for sale, all kinds. Tom H. Crow. 0. F. Bernstein was in town on business Saturday. Cheap prices chine oil. on castor ma- T. A. Deats. Jess Jenkins was in town Wed- nesday attending to business. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. Walter Boyd was in Albany on business Wednesday. For the best flour call on J. C. Renfro—fresh car Marechal Neil. Joe Castleberry has been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 August 1915

mm mrr,*- }' i • «" w; V, Muf' 1 ' ;i$0 111 n jj$3 Tl IT !V/'; ' 1 11... (gountrg gtorrggponfottrr Rural Locals. Mr. H. J. Sherrard is spend- ing this week with relatives at N#wcomb. Mrs. John Lynch and children spent Saturday night with Mrs. Todd. Mr. R. M. Gooch and family and Miss Ollie Bradford left Fri- day for Wilmer, Texas, where thay will spend several weeks with relatives and friends. Mr. Gooch will conduct the singing for a protracted meeting and perhaps teach a singing school ere.thay return. Messrs. D. G. H umber and Wad* Ht J returned Saturday morning from Austin, where they spent a week as delegates to the Farmers Institute. Mr. Humber says the most interesting feature of the Institute was an address by a lady in interest of the "Mother and the baby." A social event of an interest- ing character was enjoyed bv many at the home of Mr. D. CJ. Humber Saturday evening. Mrs. M. J. Sherrard and little grand-daughter made a week end visit to Newcomb to visit the family of W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

mm w? \ / r Am advtrtistment j i* tki Ntws is no t*porimtnt — it is surt to bring results 81k Sara —« Nonprinting of all kinds tumid out on short notici by tko Ntws' Job Offict. r*L xxxn, No. 10 sfm MOOT SAND SPRINGS Hiving recently read a news item which atated that Mr. Char- les Page of Sand Springs, Okla., had gone to the Panama Expo- sition accompanied by 30 of hi« adopted children, the editor of The News wrote Mr. Page to laarn something of his institu- tion. Below is quoted the body of the letter which was received in reply: Replying to yours of July 29, 1916, to Mr. Charles Page: Mr. Page has never issued any literature relative to the Sand Spring! Home. He founded this institution about eight years ago. He permits no one to contribute to its maintenance. The start was in a tent, and the first chil- dren were seven sisters and ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915 Whole N 16M and orchards; the largest green- houses in the Southwest; can- ning factory; modern tile dairy barn;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

Mi ■bk£';i 11 « Q | H V i THE ALBANY NEWS Itmtd Entry Friday Morning. PAW. BAKER. Publisher. It ib Past OOee at AAaay. T«m, u •mri Ctaan Mall Matter. Subscription fr.oo Pit Ytar. I ADVERTISING RATES, ■dm llnannta. ainffle Ineertlone, It MM par laak; wWumt buertleae. U1-2 Mat* par lack far aaab leeertlen. Boa* radue- Man w<M ha aiada an ad*arttaaai«nU that ar* ona- MMaf apaca or mora In elme. Laealaand reed- tm aMIna. 10 canto par Una far alntla Insertion. mhvmi Inaartlana of locala and reeden. 5 aanta par line for aacb Ineertion. FRIDAY, AUG. ij, 1915. Prosperity is staring the Amer- ican people in the face. So say all the financiers and we dare not dispute the claim of these highly reputable citizens, no mat- ter how little cash may be coming our way. THE ALBANY NEWS. — ■ THE UIl5 I NOW HAS II In this issue of The News is published an interesting story of the town of Sand Springs. Okla. It is interesting because it con- veys very graphically the great work which one man endowed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

Itv ,,Vr. BR- S B.' ■' v. [1? r - ■ PBi THE ALBANY NEWS. —■• HIS HORSES SHOT FROM UNDER HIM JOHN MILLER IS STAR a mto . - I Cardinals' Second Baseman Is Equally Good at Initial Sack. ■KM 3t. Louis Player Is Lauded ai Peer of Vic Salei' and Jake Daubert at First Base—He Was Coached by Hans Wagner .1 iO A. LiNOBRwU wv. SHORTAGE OF CRANBERRIES A British convoy In Flanders struck by u Herman hh<• 11 The horses uro dead. tint thr driver or Ihonj is |ilu< k lly trying to rleo to hIm feet Ills ofllcor has Just reached his side. IS NIGHT IN HELL German Writer Descries Visit to Battle Front. Ev«ry Inatrument of Murder and De- struction In Action—Fearful Con- cert Splits the Ear* and Rakee tha Nerves. Berlin.—The Herllncr Morgenpost publishes the followInK vivid descrlp tion of the awful battles north of Arras by I)r. Mux Osborne. 11 special war correspondent who hud been ul the western front since the beginning of the war: "With four or live other correspond ents 1 had decide^ to visit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

< '/ .. |j v■ ..^ jj I'M:< pr ' ' rfffi V'"' THF MJUNY NEWS. The Impromptu Cousin By MONTAGUE GLASS Author of POTASH 6 PERLMUTTER Cop;riklit br lb* rrmu* A Minimr < u rl< .11 ikes At three o'clock of a mild October morning two dusty, brown objects, one large and one small, were cast from the llurrlsburg Umlted ut Co- lumbia Orossroods The limited wu making a good twenty iiiIIbh an hour, and both packages bounced violently and then sagged together Into u nmull heap on the station platform Knch suffered from the impact. A thin trickle of blood oozed from the larger object, which was St. Lou In Pete; while the smaller one, which was a United States mall-pouch, sustained n rent In Its side and most of Its con- tents were scattered under an adja- cent baggage truck. At a quarter pnst three Pete sat up and gingerly felt the end of his no: e with his finger tips. "You e kin maim me," he mur- mured. "but youse can't kill me!" Then, with a groan, he rose to his feet and tentative...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 August 1915

•vieIt ' ■ tV ' - "> . * ' &WM&W w'VmM <~ •<■4.; ■ ,Jm% •4' •1# . THE ALBANY NEWS. ' . ; w. ^mHD| irate / Jferaunala ll«n«il uli mull —r*~—'*•"• d pine** of r«ald«nco of > !■ tin «l> «■ rmifttr If too know of othor pmonili kindly wnd TOT1 n— wno mii ntimt rf t1" -i—-. This will rrootlT uolat Tho N«w in koop- IH la |Mk wfcfc M kipowlnftwd will bo hit hi y appreciated.—Eorroa. ] Gtoak made a business visit i Saturday. Piffs for sale, all kinds. Tom H. Crow. Mrs. Richard Dyess visited rel- atives in Moran Monday. Your money will go farther at the Racket Store. J.H. Friedly. R. Bussell has returned from Marlin where he went for his health. R. M. Harris of Moran attend- Commissioners' Court in Albany this week. W. H. Cook has sold his resi- dence to Mrs. E. D. Easter who occupied it this week. Mrs. Paul Foster and children of Throckmorton are in Albany this week visiting relatives. Hn. J.ft Lynch. Francta. andj „.S' *• New""* «i« P «* Mr. M. I. Miles came out from ...

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