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JDVJOJWO- ?ATAXj TOUBJf A&, 'WfcSraPA'V, PBOEMaH 80, law.
GOING OUT OF 8USINES
To be Sold at Cost or Less
BEFORE THE 1ST OF JUNE.
Our lease of store room expires Jnne 1st, and we want to
close our entire stock by that time. Remember our stock is
all new and desirable. Dress Goods, Laces, Lace Curtains,
Embroideries, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Umbrellas,
Mus'in, and Wool Underwear, Fans, Corsets, Table Linen,
Napkins, Towels, Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, &c.
P. 8. Jackets Regardless of Cost. Everything must go by June 1st.
The Palace D, Q. & S. Co.,
December llth, 1803.
A FEW DAYS MORE
Delight your friend with a pretty
pictuio and frame.
KELLER C SOUS
are the people for style, good work
in tnship and reasonable prices.
Dec. 22. The Inventors. Benefit
for the McUee Babies by Amateur Ar
Dee. 22, 23. Prof. Cbnpraau lectures
on English literature, Y. M. C. A.hall.
Jan. 1. Y. M. C. A. reception.
Jan. '20. tiy Perkins comedy.
Special bargains for this week In
towels, table o'oths, u ndkerohlefs.
hosiery, and in fhet everything at THE
FAIR, 108 Court stieet.
O. P. DABNEY, Prop.
Una. Damon'b Foneral. The re
mains of Mrs. N. J. Damon, who died
in Pasadena Sunday, will arrive nere
Friday morning. Tue fun oral services
will be held from the residence at 2:30
o'clock Friday afternoon, aud the body
will be interred at City View cemetery.
Rev.F.eeland will conduct the services,
and a delegation of Knights of Pythias
will serve as pall beare s.
Pure Food. That is what every
body wants, and when you buy cau
dles for the children this Is doubly im
portant. 8. L. JoneB in the D'Arcy
block on State street, make not only
the choicest but the purest ojnfection .
Religious Bervick. Elder Mc
Keeany, of Portland, will preach al
the Christian Church, cor. High and
Center streets, this evening at 7:30 p.
nt., and also tomorrow evening.
Everybody cordially invited.
Board op Reoenus. Gov. Pen
noyer, Bupt. McElroy, Jud e R. P.
Boise, and Capt. Apperson, of the
board of regents of the ag cultural col
lego, left for CorvalllB this morniug to
attend their eeml annual meeting.
Sons of Veterans meet tonight at
Good Templars ha I.
Hupt. R. E. Mulcahy, of the O. P
railroad, is at the Willamette.
Mrs. J. H. Johnson, who resides at
340 Trade street, is quite ill.
Remember Dr. Chapman's lecture
Friday night at the Y. M. C. A.
Dr. Chapman at Y. M. C. A. Frldaj
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Downing re
turned this afternoon from a week'
visit at Ro-eburg.
Dr. C. H. Chapman's course of lec
tures on English Literature begin Fri
day night in Hie Y. M. C. A.hall.
Course tickets t1.00 for 12 lectures, sin
gle admission 25 cts.
Dept. W. W. Brannln senior com
mander of the G. A. R. and Grauc
Foreman of the Grand Lodge of the A.
O. U. W. Is In the city and will meel
with the Protection Lodge tonight.
Mrs. A. G. Coleman, of Portland,
the contralto vocallot, will sing at tin
M. E. church entertainment thif
Fish Fish at D vison's market.
New County Judoe.TIjo governor
today appointed S. P. Mos , of Lake
county, to fill the office of county
judgo, vice W. M. Towuseud, recently
Midwinter Fair. 8. A. C arko
will canvass the city of Sa'em Friday
and Saturday in the interest of the
Turkeys. For the choicest turkey,
elegant ducks, and other fowls, lo ive
your orders at Davison's market, 04
O. I. 0. The Spa makes the finest
candy in (ho city. 114 State street, W.
Btolz & Co.
For Christmas buy nono but Blue
field bauanas, Rose brand oranges,
Sicily lemons, choice candles aud new
crop nuts of all kinds at Weatacott &
Christmas fish, Davison's market.
Purest cidar vlnecar mado by ur
selve. J. A, Van Eaton. Try It aud
you will use no other.
Christmas fryers, Davison's market
Read the One Cont Journal.
Bee our turkeys, then buy where ycu
please, Yours truly, Davidson's Market.
Red mountains of Alaska by W. D.
Knockabout Cub in the Woods.
My Days and Night on tho Battle
Field, by Chas. Carleton Collin.
Three Vassar Girls in South America
Chatterbox tor 1603.
Little Oaea' Annual.
Days ef Culvtlry.
FftMy Book. -BMWBhM'
H. G. Colton, of Portland, was in the
city today. Mr. and Mrs. P ml Klep-
pln, of Aukeny, were in the city today.
The gentle rains began to descend
about mldnUht. See the pictures ot
the big four quartet In K Iter's w dow.
They will lug at the l neQt next Fri
day evening. You cannot u fiord to
miss it Buy a t cket to the enter
tainment at Reed's Friday night for
the benefit of tho McGee children.
The Journal is not the governor's
organ. When asked for his opinion a?
to the resolutions of Salem trr uge yes
terday, he declined to give any. The
opinion in full was given the spine daj
to another paper. F. K. Lovell went
to, Portland this afternoon..- Sberifl
John Kulght and Deputy Cooper are
at Gervuls this i fternoon. E I.
Hutchius returned from Eugene till-
afternoon. Rev. A. C. McKeever, of
Portland, Is in the city.
Transportation Notes and Comments
Tho Modoc came down the river
yesterday arriving here about 4:30 p. m.
She had several hundred sacks of wheat
for tho Salem Flour Mill Co., also 3 0
boxes of apples for tho Oregon Fruit &
Produco company and a small ship
ment of flour from the Sidney Power
Co., of Ankney lauding. This is a new
company mostly Balem people wh
purchased a conirnlllug interest in the
property from Paul Kleppln. The
property formerly belonged to Capt.
Ankney but has chang d bands sever
al times since he disposed of It. The
mill Is run by water power from the
Sautlam. Tho company have a GO foot
right of way from the Sautlam to their
mill and cau develop 1000 horse power.
In a very few years from now, It is safe
to predlct,80verul large fuctorles will be
In notive operation tliore. Balem will
reap great benefit from haviug so val
uable a water power uear at hand.
Tho Altoua cimo up last ulght with
a little freight, aud but few passengers.
A rathor light trip for her. She went
down this tnnrnlmr.
The O. 1 Steamship Willamette
Valley Is in Ban Fraucico at prrseui
It will be Impossible to get the claims
against her settled iu time for her to
leave there today as advertised but the
freight will bo forwarded by a schoouer
to Y qulua Bay and will arrivo hore
early uoxt week.
Steamer Hong will bo down in a day
or two. Sho Is now above Corvallls
handling San Frauolco g ulii,
MAYOR'S VETO MESSAGE.
Scores of Aldermen Who Have
dies of City Warrants.
Tho Honorable Council of the City of
Balem. Sire: I disapprove of Ordi
nance No. 280 returned herewith and
ontltled "A bill providing for the issue
of bonds of the city of Silom in the
sum of $45,000, etc."
The bill was mostly shaped to Its
present reading by an alderman whom
a not too strict construction of Rule20 of
Standing Rules of the Council and Sec.
14 of our charter would debar from vot
ing upon this question.
Others of you also have city warrants
bought or taken in the course of busi
ness, having these, should you vote tor
the passage of the bill ? I hardly think
a man or keen sensabilities would al
l.w himself lo do so, for the citizen will
say, and rightly, "Behold the specta
cle of councilman willing to saddle the
city with an everlasting debt for the
purpose of personally getting a few lit
tle warrants cashed, promoting their
own interests at the expense of the
Sec. 23. of our charter reads as fol fel fol
eows: "The commoB oiuucil shall not
in any manner create any debt or
llablty which shall si ugly or in the ag
gregate exceed the sum of $20,000 in ad
dition to the bonded indebtedness uow
existing against the city, and the com
mon council is hereby authorized in
their dissretlon to issue bonds to the
amount of the present indebtedness
There has been a deal of humbug
about this question of bonding. Febru
ary 15th our indebtedness was about
t29,000. Warrants drawn upon special
funds and for the improvement ot
itreets to the amouut of $30,000 more
were drawn, but as their payment was
provided for and as funds are now be
ing paid into the treasury for their re
lemptlon could not be called an indebt
edness, but by hocus-pocus it is now to
e bon led.
I think we have the risjbt to bond and
should bond for $20,000, but uot a dollar
more. As an o d resident of the first
ward patly put it "more than that be
comes a questiou of good morals."
The trick of construing the above
section, illowing us to bond for more
than $29,000 for the payment of an in
iebteduess now existing must bring a
soil e, and the argument that it is
iconomy to bond for twenty years at
six per cent to take up warrants now
drawing eight per cent that with fru
gallty could be cancelled in a few years
would form a theme for a fable worthy
I find some errors of my own, not In
tentional at the time, of the last meet
ing that might affect the validity of
the bonds; first ruling that blanks could
bo filled after the seoond reading of the
bill and second, in allowing any chang-
l ig of the wording of the bill after
third reading withont commitment
under special instructions.
I would suggest that the city accept
Its own warrants for the payment of
licenses, fines, taxes or whatever is due
It. This is only comtnou justice and is
rlut, and would place our warrants at
par. It is significant that the ordi
nance proposing this was defeated by
ouncllmen Interested In tho Issuance
of bonds for a large amont.
Gentlemen, we should not be in the
business of bonding for private benefit
Claud Gatcii, Mayor.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Mayor Gatch called tbe council to
orderTuesday evening. Present Alder
men Albert, Cross, Gray, Hunt, Klein,
Laforo, Olmsted, Smith. Thero was a
large attendance of citizens, aud read
ing of minutes required twenty odd
reports op committees.
The mayor called Hunt to tbe chair
and committee on accounts reported
following bills ordered paid:
dills ordered paid.
Humphrey Bros. $20 75
Itaskel & Van Hlypo t no
H W. Savage a an
Programme at tho M. E. Church En
This evening at 8 o'clock the follow
ing entertainment will be iriven at the
iirst Aieiuouisi jsptsoopal
Piano duet Misses Hubbard
Vocal Solo-Mis Scrlber.
Heading Ml Ethel Hughes.
Piauo Solo Mrs, Giiuble.
Vocal Solo Mlsa Thornton.
Reading Hal. Hlhlmrd.
Violin 8olo-Mr. Kruse.
Vocal Bolo Mli Carpenter,
Reading Mies Vandereol.
PiaunBoht Mla Hubba l.
Reading Miss Brown.
Quartet Prof. Parvln. Dr. Epley,
Mrs, Holland and Miss Alteruialt.
Judges and clerKsof election 24 00
Frank Lynch 3 35
uaruuer& uarr 4 50
Street labor oi jo
Jas iiatciielor 6 (Ml
Capital Lumber Co . 80 02
11 Bole- U 3U
Lmlil &, Rush .... 24 OO
Ed. N. Eiles l 5 (hi
Iniiian & Paulsou . . 28 CO
Breyiuau Bros., refused
Following bills were ordered paid bv
Capital Engine Co., supplies $.54 25
W. J. Irwin, for cow sold 14 75
Bills of D'Aroy & Bingham
for defending street improve
ment suits si mn on
A ...I . T r nl t-,"ww w
urn ui u. j. oiihw, in same
""its - 500 00
Were referred to committee
counts aud current expenses.
reports ok city officers.
Citv AftnrnAv ninlun ..j
".J, against rebatlug for claims of parties
(lor errors In street assessments. Re.
In claim of Mrs. 8. E, Howard for
Injury from defeotlve sidewalk, city at
( torney reported, unfavorably, as Injury
was on a walk which belonged tocoun-
J A remonstrance of prop rty owners
on Mill street asalnit Improvement of
street, that It aland, report adopted.
rebate, same having been deducted
from contract prico, adopted and laid
reports of committees.
Committee on license ordinance re
ported In favor of striking outeectlon
relating to meat peddlers license of $75
per Quarter. Adopted.
A notice was read for construction of. Salem, Dec.
COUNTY ASSESSORS MEET.
Days Brfore the State
Board Given to Them.
an eight inch sewer in block No. 21,
and to assess cost of sume- on property,
was read and ordered advertised.
Marshal reported that he had heard
of no disorderly conduct any more than
usual In any of the saloons. Saloons
were uot open 011 Sunday lo his knowl
edge. Mayor Gatcii asked if tho marshal
bad heard any rumors of iniscouduut
in any saloon with which the name of
any alderman noted for his interest in
temperance, was connected. Mar&hul
bad heard no suoh reports.
Alderman Albert asked who was re
sponsible for tbe death of Mi Gee. AIho'
some one was responsible for the death
of Geo. K. Shiel, wnoever it was that
sold blm liquor-when he was already
intoxicated. Had the marshal made
investigation of that? It was the duty
of the marshal to know whether there
were such violations. The investiga
tion of the marshal should be so thor
ough that he could report the facts.
Albert stated that be had suggested
that the saloon keepeis meet with tbe
committee on health and police and
come to some agreement to obey the
Of P. H. D'Arcy for rebate of $40.05
for overcharge on street improvements.
Mayor Gatch's veto of the $45,000
funding ordinance was then read.
A'bert suggested that as the question
was on sustaining the ordinance over
the veto, and Chairman Hunt put tbe
Gatch raised the point of order that
there could be no debate.
Hunt sustained the point, and so
ruled. Albert appealed with following
Ayes Lafore, Klein, Gray, 3.
Noes Smith, Cross, Oimsiead, Al
Albert addressed the chair. Heshow
ed that the charter allowed $20,000, ana
for all "present indebtedness" at time
of passage of charter, or in all of $79,000
If taken advantage of. There was out
standing over $46,000 today that was
outstanding at the time of passage of
that act. He showed that the present
charter allowed bonds to be issued for
$100,000. It was the duty of the city
to protect its disbursed paper, Ttie
credit of tbe city required that this be
passed over the mayor's veto.
Mayor Gatch aald If the city would
bond for $29,000 aud receive its war
rants for licenses, warrants would go to
Albert Bald if licenses were paid in
warrants it would be a good thing fur
tbe saloons as they would save $00 on a
year's license by paying iu discounted
Mayor Galch said tbe city would soon
get taxes, $24,000; licenses, $8000; bonds
$29,003; total $01,000. This would more
thuu place warrants at par and let the
city take its paper for licenses aud taxes
This remark was received with ap
plause and then the vote was taken.
On question of passage ever veto,
ayes, Albert, Smith, Cross, Olmsted; 4.
Noes, Hunt, Lafore, Gray, Klein; 4.
Lost. Veto sustained.
Ou adjournment to; next Tuesday
Oa questiou of adjournment lost.
The regular order was proceeded
The fltate assessors' convention, which (
met last spring, adjourned to moet at
20lh aud 21st. The pur-
OVERCOATS, OYERCOATS, OVERa
poe is to get at a general understand
ing to make our methods of assessment
all oyer the state more uniform. The
assessors of the state come In closer
contact with the people aud property
of their respective counties than auy
other public ofllclal and are a Very In
telllgeut class of men.
One of the Eisleru Oregou assessors
said today. "Wheat aud wool are our
principal productions. On wheat our
loss this year was nearly two millions.
Wool and sheep bring nothing. The
1893 clip is nearly all ou hand. If
taxes were laid upon the earning capa
city of property our county would come
ofT easy this year. ' But such Is not the
case and the tax problem Is a Berlous
Following assessors are in attendance:
P. J. McPhersou. Lane; Chas. Pye,
Tillamook; W. F. Deaklns, Linn, W.
W. Brauulu, Umatilla; C. E. Deicb
man, Washington; I. M. York, Yam
hill; B. B. Worsley, Clatsop; Jas. A.
Sterling, Douglas; J. C. Bradley, Clack
amas; John S. Clark, Union; D. D.
More are expeoted to arrive on this
REDUCING CITY EXPENSES.
Following report on reducing ex
penses of city government was filed,
pending consideration of which the
council adjourned until next Tuesday
Salem, Or, Dec. 15, 1893.
To the Hon. Mayer: We, the under
signed members of the city council of
the city of Salem, would most respect
fully recommend the following changes
in city affairs:
iirst, that we dispense wltli one
driver, say the driver of the hose wag'
ou, move the engine driver to tbe hose
wagon, then let the chief engineer act
as chief aud driver, and during the day
time he can act as day policeman.
Second, that we lay off two police
men, one day and one night man.
Third, that the street force be cut
d-iwn to three men, one for each cart
and one man to clean cross-walks.
Fourth , that Instead ofkeeplug our
hobos, or prisoners at the county jail,
we reut a room aud confine them
therein, feeding them on bread and
Fifth, that all supplies purchased for
the city, shall beou u requisition from
the. oillcer of that department, O K'd
by the chairman of the committee over
We have made a careful estimate and
figure that we cau save al least four
thousand and eight hundred dollars by
makiug the changes above referred to.
Yours most respectfully,
E C. Cross,
Geo. B. Gray,
G. F. Smith,
J. H. Albert,
flur holiday Slippers arc
Hue, ami arc being sold cheap
Safe, Quicfc and Effective.
The valuable curative properties of
Allcock's Porous Plasters are due lo
the employment of the hiuhest medio
aland chemical skill. I hey are purely
vegetable, and iu ingredients aud
method have never been equalled; satr
quick and effective In their action;
tuey do not bum or blister, but sooth
and relieve while curiug, and can be
worn without causing pain or iucou
venleuce Do not be deceived by misrepresenta
tion. All other so called Porous Plast
ers are Imitations, made tu sell ou the
reputation of AHcocU'h. Ask for All
cock's and let no solicitation or expla
nation iuduce you to accept a subs itute.
To enjoy life use Tutt's Pills.
Cash Prices for Christmas Week.
Dry granulated sugar $5.25 a sack.
Extra C sugar $4 75 a sauk.
Muscatel raisins, uew crop 5 cts. a lb.
Caudy we are almost giving away.
Fine Hue of decorated china at half
At the Poatofllce grocery,
Strained. honey, clear as crystal, the
finest lu tho world at Van Eaton's,
fry It and be satisfied.
Christmas ducks, Davison's market.
Hey? Bald the stableman. Yes, I
get my hay of Brewster & White, for
they always have the beat; plenty of It,
and sell ut the lowest prices. 2t
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
The drug and medicine firm hereto
fore doing buslueis under tbe style of
Smith & Bteiuer. have this dav dit-
nnlved panuershlp by mutual consent,
ur. j v. ttumn retiring. The business
will be continued by Lee Bteiuer, at
die old red corner stand, where all
bills and accounts are to be settled,
balem, Dec. 1st, 1893.
J. C. Smith, M. D.
For Christmas Week.
Have finest lino of -single decorated j
pieces ami sets of- porcelain, bitjque fig
ures, uuu imporieu uuiua ware ever
suuwu lu the city. Am closing out a
large assortment nf dolls. Haveafu'i
due of caudles, uut8 aud fruits. Will
meet any cut ot any cash store in ha
lem ou staple groceries. John G.
Wright, Pioueer Grocery.
A Oood Suggestion.
Useful articles for holiday pre Bants at
G. Y. Johusou & Sous, ihe People's
IaJj0bter?d at Ce:
Tho Largest assortment ever brought to Salem
Thby Must C
IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS I
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
WOOMEA WMi STO
C. D, Gabrielson,
LONDON and LANCASHIRE FIRE MIAN!
Have IS years experience; for over eight years maintain secretary ol Stale Into
pany ui Oregon. Temi orary office Hte'ner'ii hed Corner Drug Btore. I'RCMIT 1
ANHLIHEIHL Which Is shown by the fm-l t at this compunv has done the)
ne88 of any Foreign Insurance company on tho Pacific coast In 1892.
Take your washing to the 8alem
steam laundry, where you get the best
work, prompt service and your money
goes to support deserving white labor.
Wild ducks, Davison's mnrket.
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Barsaparllla
what they tliiuk of it, and the replies
will be postlve In its favor. Situply
what Hood's Barsaparllla does that tells
the story of its merit. Ono has been
cured of indigestion or disnepsla,
another finds it indispensable for sick
headciche or biliousness, while others
report remarkuble cures of scrofula,
catarrh, rheumatlsm'saltrheum eto.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Christmas turkey, DavIsou's market.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied iu buudles of
100, uot cut, for sale at this otneo at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pouud. Next door to tbe poatofllce.
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have propogated several thousand
good strong two-year old grape vines
for setting i'Ut, assorted varilies, suit
able for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each.
2 00 per d'-zen. JE. Hofer, Balem. Or.,
is one of the first good effects
ieit Dy users ot Scott's hmulsion
of cod liver oil with Hypophos
phites. Good appetite becets
is a tat tood that provides its
own tonic. Instead of a tax up
on appetite and digestion it is a
wonaertul help to both.
Scott's Emulsion ar
rests tlu progress o
critis, Scrofula, and
other wasting; diseases
by raising- a barrier of
hcaltiiy flesh, strength
mHK most, perfect fitting trumn
I hold a rupture where nil c
fulled. For sate by J. U, Parrlih
CAKl'KNTEIt AND CONTRAL
famish bids, or give bo-di
Two or more nnnds furnished. J.
Miller. 1 Winter
WAN IKD.-wttuatlon by Germ
19 years, knows some Enellib
-xperlenc4 at housework.
TTKJK HALE. An unabridged ei
r Hrltannlca, worth J1, stgreai
W. L. West, electrlo light station.
MUHT PAY UH.-Persons owid
Mclntyre must pa up befoi
169 1, or corns will be added.
Tucomaand Han Kranrlicop
nt lleHuett'o, I'ostofflco block.
MEAT MAHKnT.-Opposlto br
Salem. Delivered cheap.
WAN TED Pany without chile
a fiirnlnhed houneandbourdi
qu re at Journal office.
kinds on sale at 828 liberty it
mHIBPAPEH. is kepton Bleat )
kJL Advertising Agency, tH and 6
Kxchunge. San Francis' o, Califoi
contracts for advertising cau ben
FAHM FOR HALE. A deslrsbl
acres for sale on long time To
will be taken In part payment.
Willis, in Opera House Ulock.
Prepared by bcott & Bowne. N V. All druggists.
Leaves BolReM dock Mondays, Wednesdays
?.Sn Klay8 7:3 m' arrlving'in Portlind at
ItETURNlNQ, leaves Portland Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a. m. '
, F5?1 tJn? .ror Pasenger terviee; no way
Undlng frelnht handled: ' 7
ROUND TRIP (unlimited) JZ00. One way.
MBAtS 26 OENTS
iiFMrrteL8ht rateg HnA 'lek'ta apply to Mitch
Wl. Wrlvht Co.. Molmnn h'nV r ' iT I .Z.
YOU WILL BE LOi
Christmas chickens Davison's uiark't.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
On olalpa of Go, P. Lltohfcld
The .Hly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Au,moula; No Alum.
Xma in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
S. 0. V. MARKET,
365 Summer Street.
LEWIS & PRATHKR, Props.
The best meats of all kinds fold at
th lowest prices. Rallahle coods and
Visitors whether intending pi
ir not, are aiwayi welcome, w
a snow nverytning, ana tnen lei
uderoent decide whether or not
10 buy. We never Insist or cJ
ell gtrlcUy on the merits of the t
rou visit our store, you will
"WILL BE LOADE1
lown with nuristmas goods, a c
troche ip, Ak your friends if si
Christmas goods, Ulatlonery.
A ;enU for "Old Hick." 88 SUt
Infant, Conneotlngand Prima
eytry week day from 9 a.
12 m. except Bat urda:
of Denver, has oppnpd Dress-making
Parlors in IbeEldrldire block, In the
aTBaS CCUp,ed h Mt' Bakcr
iZfec Fit or No Pay I
MISS 0. BALLOU, - - I
for teachers' dally practice wc
0 a. m. to 12 m. lo Kinder;
On Monday, Wednesday am
from 2 to 4 p. m. CJasces
study of Frnebel system. Mn
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p.
training class, conducted '
Knight and Miss Ballou. For
information apply at Klnr
rooms, corner Court and Libert
Great - Christmas - S,
OK HOLIDAY GOODS.
HJ?c5SS52?IEPS MUFFLERS, NECK
bX??SJEr?P8' FURS' WNENS, UMBREU
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