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MRS. MATT YE N. ROSE.
Agent and Correspondent
Bell Telephone Office.
Full Carrier Service..
Marietta, Okla,. July 13,-Mrs.
John Wicker is visiting her mother.
Mrs. I. 11. Sullivan at Gainesville.
J. A. Ross of Pauls Valley was
W.'V. P.ryant of F.nville was in
K. I.. Morton of Leon was here
Miss Lucile Cannon of Colbert,
Okla., is visiting at the home of R.
H. Bennett and family,
Willis Fallis left yesterday for
Nashville, Tenu., to work in the
D. Hester of Orr was here yes
terday. Leslie Darrett of Jimtown was
Miss I'.va Powers uf Ovei brook
is visiting at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. ii. S. Gardner and family.
Dr. W. F. Mathews was in F.n
Mrs. James K. London is visiting
Mrs. W. M. Ualthrop is visiting
relatives at Slidell. Texas.
Mrs. George V. Couplan of Ard
more was in Marietta yesterday.
Mrs. L. A. Kirkpatrick and Miss
Zela May Davis motored to Ard
Miss Aneta Jordan left yesterday
for Thackerville to visit the Misses
A. C. Smith left yesterday for
Nashville, Tenn,. to begin work at
coinpanied him to Ardmore and will j
the munitions plant. Mrs. Minui a-
go to iMilphur. wliere sue win m,. ;
ier nome wuu nti .an.....
''ltin.li:itiils' 1 absence
Miss Irene liauni of Gainesville
,e , . !
r.inrni.il vesterdav after a
visit with" her aunt. Mrs. Sam
Doc Culwell of Purneyville was
Robert F. Thompson of Leon was
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kendall from
Grand Prairie. Texas, arc visiting
at the home of their nephew. J!. ...
Newton, and their niece, Miss irgie
William i.rown 1 - 1
through Marietta vesterdav on his
William P.rown ol Fnville pas-eu
wav to I amp tiowie 10 vimi
brother, Alfred llruwn, who is dan
Red Cross Notes.
Fourteen women worked 7 hours
in the Red Cross, sewing room last
week. Marsden auxiliary sent in
37 finished garments; Leon, 24; Orr,
lluniewille, 18; Loves alley
Oswalt", 30; I'.omar. 15; Abner,
Ionian. IS; New Hope -4S. and
Overbrook 23. Iniliviuuais sem ...
If, finished garments. The gauze
room workers forwarded a box that
contained 405, 12x 18-inch pads. '1 he
Love Countv quota, as received trom
headquarters specifics the following
articles to be made: Boys' suits, oil;
lavettes, 3; women's aprons, 00;
..ri,-:.ii naiainas. 00: trencn 1001
slippers, 00; knitted s.,cks i. Kn..-
led sweaters. HJ ; conuon nus.
CROSSES TO AMERICANS
.U-XoC has' l,e, J
lini;"'" - , , , , . ill
awarded by General Pershing to H 1
more officers and men ot tin; .uiei
ican expeditionary forces for gul
hntry the official communique
from merican Headquarters in 1
Lnnce todav announced.
I ieut. Colonel Logan belaud and
V II 1H rr ill. ol the ma-
'" . '. . f..r
nctiviM tneir crosses ii ,
:.. .1. . f;.,tii :.t r.elleau !
mn in mi is
The-.-ther. cited .0 receive the :
cross seven m inc. n .m m..
. , A..,:i -Hi .U..I 21.
at Jseiclieprey, on . ,... -". - 1
Sergeants Benjamin James and 1
loshiii II. Broadhead, Corporal .las.
R. Thorulee. Privates H. I'. John-
ciciieii e . I'm - - -
son. I.C. Parent. Ldward L. Dion.
Jeren'uah Trn.n. Frank P. 'orJo" ,
and ilhard S. Pauley. . i
The award, to Broadhead an. ,x;stfru.(. ,-rom a verv ancient!
Gordon were made j.os.hn,u,.sly . . . to been I
.TTx, wa WORKER1.", iniportant c.y before the call 1
vjrsc. iirn ui ......
Government Official Ridivules Men
vuVir, Would Serve Country in ,
Shuwv. racile, Way.
Washlngt.,',, Star: A uoven.me,,; j
ClllClu, s.ini ji a i'-. .1. W.ls UIC piavi: Ul .lamavii
There ne -oine men who desire .(m) w, a stronKv fortified city.
r. 1 ... 1 ... .. i... ,1 j 1 ii
to do war work . show y . laci.e j jf xanrr the lireat besieged it forw),cre ure but also would show
and non -dangerous, nature. Ihcse;five months and on it fall put tc i here ihev are not. and would save
men are to l,e lounu n. ."r ...
lied countries. Doubtless they are
IH.V vs..."...... - !
in l.e found anion" our enemies, .
Thev remind me ot a Colored ;
l.r.,ll,.r u.ll,, 1 ' i if lelltlUll. tie VMS
' o , i t l
l 1(.1, it rrniarkablv la2V ,
- o-- ... i
a - .
chap. tlii. cwlured brother. Never-
thele. he proclaimed loudly that
lie vva nuinj; t hel; -' the pood
caue with all his --trrnth.
He wound uv hi- firt prayir in
'V i se tne. I.otd. u-f mr-in mail
GERMAN "WATCH TRICK
Ouluth Herald: pet trick the
German coldirrs employ is to leave
t watch hanijini; on the wall ol their
il.an.ti.nrd trrnchc.. Said watch'at
connects by electric ire with a !
i,1iMvr liomli. which rx
plodes when the witch i rcaiovtJ
from the wall.
Did He Take the Hint?
- , , T. '
P.n.tnn 1 ranxrriKt : Jack Thry
av candy i a cure lor lat.gue.
.ellshouldn t wonder. I knoar
man in mp rnc dobuutu ,
- i . t .Tm s the one '
I1C C I HI4SC1 mi
READINQ GOD'S WORD.
Acts viiL 26-31, 35-39 ; Psalm xix.
Golden Text: "Ye shall know the
truth, and the truth shall make
ou free." (John viii. 32.)
26. Out an angel of the Lord
spake unto Philip, saying, Arise, and
go toward the south unto the way
that goeth down from Jerusalem
unto (iaia: the same is desert.
27. And he arose and went : and
behold, a man of Ethiopia, a eu
nuch of great authority under Can
dace, queen of the Ethiopians, who
was over all her treasure, who had
come to Jerusalem to worship;
2. And he was returning and sit
ting in his chariot, and was read
ing the prophet Isaiah.
2. And the Spirit said unto
Philip, Co near, and join thyself
to this chariot.
30. And Philip ran to him, and
hearing him readiii" Isaiah the
prophet, and ' " ' -rstandeth
thou what I' ; i .iiU-: .
31. An.i he said, How can ex
cept some one shall guide me? And
he besought Philip to come up and
sit with him.
35. And Philip opened his mouth,
and beginning from this scripture,
preached unto him Jesus.
36. And as they went on the way,
they came unto a certain water;
in. i tli piintirli saitli Behold, here
;s w;iu.r; w,at doth hinder me to
H, japt ized ?
iH. And he commanded the char
lOl lO SI4IIU Mill. rtllU m,. ..v....
went down into the water, both
, ,.,,. .,. I, . i,n.
iot lo stand still: and they both
Philip and the eunuch; and he bap
!4 And when tbev came 110 out
of the water, the Spirit of the Lord
Oiuirwaier. inr.jiiiL wiiiic
caught awav Philip; and the eu-
r . . . .
nucli saw him no more, lor ne went
on bis way rejoicing.
7. The law of Jehovah is perfect,
restoring the soul: The testimony
of Jehovah is sure, making wise
8. I he precepts of Jehovah are
. .'. . , ,
right, rejoicing the heart . I he
commanilnient of lehovah is pure
enlightening the eyes.
(. The fear of Jehovah is clean,
enduring forever: The ordinances
of Jehovah are true, and righteous
10. More to be desired are they
than gold, yea, than much fine
gold; sweeter also than honey and
the droppings of the honeycomb.
11. Moreover by them is they
servant warned: In keeping them
there is great reward.
Home Readings Monday, Read
ing God's Word, Acts viii. 20-3.
Tuesday, The Law of Jehovah,
Psalm xix. 7-14. Wednesday, 1 Will
Not Forget Thy Word. Psalm cxix.
010. Thursday. O How I Love
Thv Law! Psalm cxix. 7-105. Fri-
. . d DoinC. Matthew
, SatunlaVf Jesus 0pen-
-PUires. Lukxxiv. 25-
Scriptures. 2 Tim. iii. KM7.
THE SETTING OF THE
1 irne 1 ne nineiceiun 1 sa,...,
from which a section of our lesson
for today is taken, is believed to
have been written by David during
the earlv part of his life, and he
. 1 . ' . -.1 11111 J l r In
nveu ironi auuui . v .
111'? It I I'tnlin's iiiiirm-v from
v . ... r ,
Samaria toward the soutn. our-
ing,. bid, he .countered the Lth-,
ioiiau ire.isui n , a.s ,i.,u..i.
.1.' f a m t,. r 17 ;,.st
i tie summer 01 :. 1 .u u. . .i"'
about ten years after Jesus called
f jrs, tj,ci,cs to follow him. and
l,lJssii)iv ,,,. vumt. (.ar n( Paul's
inr suiiih.ci in
. I ..11..., !
al,oul ten years alter jesus c.u. en ;
M.Ci Gaza-Al;o called Azzah.
y ;,s ollc of the chief cities of the
Philistines, haviui' had a continu-
.iiraiiam. 11 is 1.1 111c rutni
southwest of Palestine, on the old
iil.lvvay between Syria and Kgypt. I
1 ,- ii,,. Krrn.litp ilitided the i
....... ...v . -
!r rv . nuirn. tl... tribe of Oaza
a f tril)e of JuJah ;
i; was the place of Samson's death j
tiu.u - anil ot its innaoiianis 10
fti, t modern name is
n name is Ghuz-
people live there. Kthiopia So
inown among Greekt and Kooians.
t,,.,,l, ... A, 11,1
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i ...-i ,.. .u ... ..!. ..f I onit tirt.li !
. ....u..i ,u ...v v-... . i i exempting irom uismni ic vv
j, v ,nc me kingdom otherwise i eftv ol- t,c mc , t),f military!
iu,, is Mfroc. The country iser'vict 0j ihe country. There is
mountainou. and the inhabitant. ; not j0a Democrat in the Mate j
rrc i llamitic race. Modern ""ijn, would Uh to burden a man1
( VA Korilotan. and Al.y-inia com-. taxation who is carry injj
! prie part of the territory of n- n ,c(cnp ot the Star audi
Clrtll .t,iopia. ! Mnpe. and e hould support thej
j Pervons. Philip He i firt men- man h in lor removing th.-j
Uior.ed in the -ixth chapter of Ac,- ,urJen '
lAiier the nentt of our leon to- WH. U Frank p. Oii? H u- a man;
,i.v J,- to totut AhJotllJ" ,n 'tn r:
1J. nc tni IO .-vioiwi i.-isuuvwi, )h u mrU knwmn w thuusKlMla at hrr
and history it silent about htm un-j, , rii tn Ur,t vt'
til eighteen or nineteen yean later , 1J;;,fl1,'. Zrt?. JT? iZZZX ,
tjen it record, mai rsui oppru i
hi hou.e at Caesarea thcreMa
fhilip appear, to have fonc from
Azotusl on hi if to Jfruialem
r hie only tradition about hit
later life and death one that hit
i death at liierapoJi in rhr?
i . . . i : L.
ria. and another that he a imn -
ii- n . . , f .
op of TraJlr at hi, death. Candac
The name f J,naty of Kthio-
pian jueen net an individuals
i : . t...:i. L ... .. v. !
nainr. i.mms. w,i...
I'cituian Lr name. It aoDeara to
i j ' '
jhaee Leen cusloroary Ui place men
of this character in positions of
trust and responsibility in the old
eastern countries. He was treasur
er of F.thiopia.
CONDUCTOR OF WRECKED
TRAIN MAKES ADMISSION
Testimony is Given in Nashville
Nashville, Tenu.. July 13. J. P.
F.ubanks, conductor of the west
hound Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis passenger train, which col
lided head on with an easthound
train on that road near here Tues
dav, ir which 90 persons were
kililed, admitted late yesterday in
his testimony before G. R. Royall.
assistant to the regional railroad
director for the south, that orders
were given his train to meet the
eastbound train before proceeding
havnrwl n innrlinll ixiillt oil the OUt-
I - - J t
I skirts of Nashville, on to a single
track, but had Uepenueu on ouici
member-, of the train crew to see
that the train had passed.
When the junction was passed,
Fubanks explained, he was engaged
in taking up tickets and told of
another train passing his which he
thought was the train he was to
Several other witnesses were ex
amined, including the despatchcr
who delivered the meeting order,
and the flagman on Fubanks' train.
The latter declared that he had not
been given a copy of the order until
the junction had been passed.
An official report probably will
be made next week.
Note from War Prisoner.
(By the Associated Press)
1 1 : 1 i n 11 A r ni v Headuuarters Thurs
day, July 11. A note written by
Lieutenant Clarence 1 oung, 01 .'.s
Moines, Iowa, who was compelled
.tiuiin?, .v.,..., ...... ,
to land with his airplane behind the
Aciri:m lines during the battle on
it,. Inurr Piave last month, was
dropped in the Italian lines today.
-. - - .1-
Young's mother and sweetheart be
,!,.. V, it merely a nriSOIl-
The note requests mac i.ieuicn.i.n
nntifieil that he is merelv a prison
er of the Austrians. A postscript
to his comrades says: "See you
after the war."
Albany, N. Y., July 12. The Rt.
Rev. Thomas F. Cussack, bishop of
the Catholic diocese of Albany, died
DR. FRANK P. DAVIS
CONCEDED TO BE ONE OF
THE TWO LEADING CAN
DIDATES. WHY DAVIS WILL WIN
Dr. Davis will win at the com
ing primary for two reasons -two
reasons which should be the essen
tial qualifications of eevry success
ful candidate: (1) because of his
character as a man; (2) because of
the things for which he stands.
He stands for (1) Loyalty and
Patriotism; (2) Fqual Suffrage;
(3) Prohibition; (4) Military Train
ing in High Schools and a State
Military Institution; (5) Full time
for teachers; (b) A thorough Geo
logical survey of the stat.-; (7 1 F.x-
emoiioii 01 nit .
emption of the soldiers properry
uxaljOM: ,81 Reduction ot 1
Lis - ii School of Mines and oil.
Most of these principles need no :
comment but we do wish to call I
your special attention to the plank ,
reuuirint; a geological survey ot ,
ihe state. Such a survey would rc-
. . ,fe prohable location of oilj
anJ a knowlejKC lhat th? j
,o and t,H
would mean untold wealth to the j
people of the state. Our state isj
.... : .t in inr- i
a.s which only
euge o. ...e - -
Such a urvey not only would show
xs. to the waste ot prospecting in unlike-tihuz-
... ii -,,,,1,1 in, 4he neoole
. ,,,.-. 1, ,.ul,iJ ,av 4he people
, . ,t,i.hl,ma 10 r,.ct Dr. Davis on 1
tl,.. t.lanl. uli.tie.
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" 1IOUU . i,wiv,, " - I
call vour i iciuiuii " - -'-
Call VOUI mcmiun n --- i
" .. t . .: . u .
, m,itio la wtpmiii. im
Murf am smiis bund, a man of Ir-
rvDraachable borieaii' and abllii : a msn
eke ) thlBsa, "Tfce Man VVhe atakea
la truve times vf atreas need in Srtir
eientift sweMleana awa f kofseatr.
atamliric apusi h.(h .nnc-iplaa. with the .
ebilitf eairr Ibefa wsil. a--4 si e vxaenit
owe. an u oai.rtia w,
we ratllM le rsw tesmn tr4 srt CM
.rT . n m w.a
osrew with ail Us quahfuativoa we j
IJy tUYLKilUK ALUAfikt
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J. A. Lee. Chairman.
MRS. ('. M. WILSON, Correspondent
l'apem on sale at
Wiley' Iru I I'lty r,ru-
Store. I Htore,
Kut .Side I West Bide
Papers delivered anywhere In the cltf
Sulphur, Okla., July 13 One of
the most important services to the
individual of a town or city is the
dispatch and delivery of mail. There
has been established here a city
delivery, with drop boxes placed at
certain locations in the town for
the convenience of our citizens so
that they may send out mail with
out having to take it to the post
oflice. In addiion to the usual horse
drawn rural route deliveries in this
community the government has
within recent date established two
automobile routes, one of which
covers a distance of 52 miles, the
other a 26-mile route. Another
step toward facilitating the move
ment of mail to and from this com
munity is the contract with a trans
fer company under which the gov
ernment pays $800 a year for trans
porting the mail by automobile
from the main line of the Santa
Fe at Davis to Sulphur, and for
taking the outgoing mail from
Sulphur back to Davis in the same
way, which gives probably twelve
hours faster mail service.
The parcel post system and the
postal saving bank arc other val
uable adjuncts to the postal serv
ice. War savings certificates a re
sold at every postoflice and money
deposited draws 4 per cent interest,
compounded quarterly. Thus ev
ery $4.12 deposited will bring the
depositor $5 at the end of five
years. The limit any individual
may deposit under this system is
The government has a represent
ative in this county to gather up
cotton statistics and furnish a rec
ord of same to his department. It
is his business to keep a correct
register of acreage planted to cot
ton, the number of bales ginned and
all other data pertaininv to the
cotton product. The government
also assists the county to maintain
a county farm demonstrator, whose
business it is to teach the farmers
advanced methods in farminf and
stock raising. L'nder the Smith
Lever bill the government pays this
demonstrator half of his salary and
the county pays -the other half.
Under the provisions of this bill
also comes the work of Dr. Dixie
B. Tucker, expert on rural sanita
tion. Doctor Tucker is paid joint
ly by the national government and
the state, and it is her duty to
teach the people of rural districts
sanitation and hygiene.
Recently she attended a confer
ence in Washington, wliere sin:
heard men from all the nations of
the world, except the Teutonic al
lies, talk on rural sanitation, many
of them referring to their work as
"rural work in towns of 10,000 to
15,000 inhabitants." After three
days of this she made them a talk
on real rural work, where it is nec
essary to ride sometimes miles from
a railroad station to reach a small
community where ofttitnes the
meaning of the word "sanitation" is
equal to "X" in an algebraical equa
tion. One of the health journals
thought enough of this talk to de
vote considerable space to it.
The national government has
singularly favored Sulphur through
the establishment of one of its
17 national parks. Piatt National
Park is the nucleus around which
the town is built, and is really its
principal asset, since, as a resort, it
brings many visitors.
This park was established for the
free tise of the people of the Unit
ed States, and the government
About three years ago the gov
ernment appropriated $10.00O,0tK)
lor the building of post roads, and
roads likely to become post roads
in the state of Oklahoma, the money
to be available for expenditures for
a period of ten years at the rate of
about $200,000 per year until ex
pended. It was at first understood
THE BUSY CORNER
CITY DRUG STORE
Dailv Ardmoreite on Sale Here.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Two Blocks From Depot.
Sulphur'i Popular Eating Place.
Your Vwtr and Influence Solicited
SuUjo t tu the Democratic ITimar)
Auguat (. 11
IMnlnc Room In
SlLPUtR. NEWEST HOTEL
Ballroom and Billiard Room for Exclusive Use of
that each county in the state should
have its nro rata of this money for
post roads, but to date none of it
lias Ueen used as me governor ai.u
the engineers have not yet agreed
on definite plans for its expendi
ture, and indications now point to
the probability that it will be spent I
in helping to build certain road go
ing through the state which connect
with highways coming in from oth
er states, instead of being appor
tioned to the various counties. Un
less Murray county is able to bring
one of these highways through this
county there is little likelihood that
it will be benefited by this road
monev. However, it is understood
and the governor has promised the!
county road commissioner, mat
plan have been approved for the
building of a road or highway,
"beautiful in prospect but slow in
execution," to use the commission
er's words, which comes from Hot
Springs, Ark., enters the state at
Fort Smith, comes down through
the Arbuckle and Kiamichi moun
tains, through Talihina, Hugo, Dii
rant, Ardmore and Sulphur, oil
west to Lawton.
At the Sulphur Hotels.'
At the Hotel Paull: Miss Lon
don, Birmingham, Ala.; Fd Brod
rick, Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Clark, Maxian Krampy, K. M.
Dickson and L. C. Lane, Oklahoma
City; T. J. Morton, Ada; B. B.
Moore, Holdenville, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Kattary. Ardmore.
At the Artesian: V. I.. Alexan
der, F. G. Miller. W. R. Samuel,
Mr. and Mrs. Rawlton, Charles
Hcrt U your opportunity to Iruur
againit embarrassing errors in spelling,
pronunciation mad poor choice of
word. Kaow the meaning of puxzling
war term. Increase your efficiency,
which results to power mad success.
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answerer, made to meet your
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Hot and Cold Haths
all Tin: Y i: a it UKsnitT
THE ARTP:SIAN HOTEL
Mis. M. llolllnshead, I'rop.
( 1'. Sinttlf'tary, Mgr.
Kiiropuan I'lan Cafe in Coiini-etioii
Open Viy and Night
I.U.N l-UI.K, Mgr.
I). W. WILEY'S
The home of all Ardmoreites
RAM ON A BATHS
Kvery Bth Known lo Science.
RAMON A HOTEL
Kooma by the day or wet-k.
alP.S. (1. Ii. REXN1K.
West SeconJ St.. Sulphur. Okla.
HOMK t OOKINU KXCLl sn ELV
Meaia or Short Orders
C. L. KINGSLEY, '
D. C. and M. M.
MA. Sri til'. Sr-KCIALIST
Thorough .Maasae, tlectric and
Vapor itaths asairt nature in reraoviruj,
Over Kamom lr OooUs Co..
Sulphur. Okla. 1'booe U ,
Kuropean I'lan. tl 1W per day
ami up. Kataa by tbe week.
Williams and L. F.. Griffith, Okla
homa City; O. Lakey, Mrs. Allpricc
and I). Sullivan, Ardmore; C. D.
Hall and Joseph Golden. Musko
gee; Rav Gadman, Moore, H. I.
Quick. Dallas. Tex.; H. W. Wells.
Ada; (i. A. Kerlo. Purcell; O. P.
Voekman, Shawnee; Mr. and Mrs.
John Jacobs and Mrs. J. N. Ja
cobs, Norman; Mr. and Mrs. Fd
Lindsay, Foster; Mr. Vaughn,
F.lector'e; Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wil
son, Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Rice, Tuckerman. Ark.; N. O.
Baggus and daughter, and Jack
London. Omaha, Neb., D. C.
BIRTH CONTROL ADVOCATE
SERVES HIS SENTENCE j
Cleveland. Ohio, July 12. Dr. 1
lien Reitthan of Chicago, servin:;.
a six months' sentence in the War-!
Pleasing Others Is More
Than Sentiment Its Almost
an Obligation Your Family
and Friends Want Your
Phone 437. 9V W. Main
I 1 nine same pfllR
I II Generous Size p.jjjj 1 1
II Theoriginal M 1 1 lffl 1 1
, II hh Quality 1 1 P3 1 1
ill RicanTobacco Jlfjjli 1 1
! I A BIG VALUE v 'j$r
There are a few of our customers
who failed to take rare of their last
month's account. Manpower is too
short to have to send a man to see you.
If you have overlooked out statement
we will appreciate your giving it your
TOM COOPER'S GARAGE
Phone 70 W. Main St. at D
Saturday, July 13, 1913
rensville workhouse for spreading
birth control propaganda, was to
be released today, according to Su
perintendent Burns of Warrensville
farm Seven hundred dollars ot the
$1000 fine attached lo the sentence
has been paid by Chicago friends,
Burns said, and two months have
been taken off the sentence lor
Unpaid telephone bills for the
month ol Inly are now past due.
If not paid by 6 p. ni. ol the l.Mh,
service will be discontinued.
13-3 TFLFPHONF. CO.
Coolest Rooms in Ardmore
Rate by the Week
(f "Sit Down; Take
Raines Saddlery Co.
210West Mali Phone 190
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