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Mitaafcammw firnrffHt itot
The itomech ti b tarjer factor tn "We, liberty nd the pur
uit ot hpplnci" Minn mott people ire awaro, Patriotism
con nilliitand hunger but not dyjpcpils. The confirmed d)
peptic "I fit lor treason, itnlngenu and spoili." Tlie mm
Vtho does to the front for Ms country with a weak atoraacli
Will be n weak soldier mid n fault finder,
A sound lilonmcli'mnkts for good citizenship as rrell is for
health and happiness.
Diseases ol the stomach and other organs ot digestion and
nutrition nre promptly and permanently cured by the use ot
Dr. picnaivs aor.DK.v iWDicnt. mseovenr.
It builds up the body with sound ' tlcsh and
Tlie dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" la
ooly seeking to make the little more profit realised on tha
tale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. I'icrce'a Common Sense Medical Adviser ! sent frti
on receipt of stamps to pay expense ot moiling cnr. Send
j i one-cent stamps tor the paper covered hook, or .! 6iamps
, v 'or the cloth bound. Address World's Dupcnviry Medical
-ks, Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D., President, lluffalo, N. y.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deed Filed For Record In the Office.
of the County Clerk.
(Furnished by Klncy .Abstract Col
tic(ln filed June 22,'lfhO:
J. li. Torry Hurt wlfo to Mrs. Lucy
Olytner, tit nl, a tmcto oT tbo 0. P.
North nnd Wni. Aikln survoys; $10,
8S1.S0. C. T. rtamllo nnd slfo tu J. 8. Pea
sl, Vj ncro in Coiwnoice, part ot 0.
W. Cooper survey; JJ120T.4 1.
Goo. II. Collins and wire to Clreen
vlllo Lodge No. SG, Knights of ly
thins, lot on Washington street; $wn.
T. Jl. Wenthorly and wlfo lo W. 0.
W idoti, lot In Lone Oak, part of Ed
Flnley survey; JHSOO.OO.
FAST CAME OF BALL.
iffi IMAGINATION COULD NOT
ml CONCEIVE OFA HANDIER AND PRETTIER t
Im F0RM THANTHAT WHICH IS PRESENTED
III inCRYSTAI- fiOMNO SUGAR 1
M ToldLgrocers j ?tm '
Wjk EVERY WH EREIkl' Sktff
Elite Deal the Clerks Five
Tho Clerks nnd the );ip playCd a
s von inlng game or Imll yesterday
( afternoon. The Ellto won by tho scoro
of 5 to ti. This n'flkes four sti night
am s the Elite- fins won from the
I norks. n, , ,.
Clerk noo 00ft 00 1 :j
1 RHlo 2 loo 0 f. 9 9
I naileries l-illlo: Hoclilinill nn.I
! Shows; Clerks: Hun. ltussoy mul T,
, iumi, BirucK out liy Uticliliam 7, by
i uuni, iy Jtusscy 2.
NOW the distance to Chicago is materially
shortened by the convenience of me service-
Through Sleepers to Chicago
on IhsKaty ;??
via the Katy to St. Louis and the Alton.
New Pullmans with all the comforts elec
tric lights, electric fans, dental lavatories,
sliding screens and more, commodious dress
ing rooms for the ladies add much to the
pleasure of tlie journey.
Then, there is no change of cars you go
right through without a bit of bother.
If )Oiir summer trip is to, or through, Chicago
5011 trill appreciate Ibis service, Ilerth rcacrva
tinns and any information you may want about
any trip will be cheerfully furnished by th
ajient of the At.. K. & T. Ity. If jou wrile,
addraa.-'.Katr', Dallas, Tex. n6
tainrrn Cannot be Cured
with LQCAL APPLICATIONS, .i
thoy cannot teach tbo seat of tho ills
casu. Catarrh Is n blood or constl
jutfonnl disease, and In order to cure
It you must tnko luternnl rerr-cdlss
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous stirfnces. Hall's Ca
tarrh Curo Is not a quack mcdlolnc
It was prescribed by one ot the boat
physicians In this county tor years
and Is a rccntilr nrescrtntlon. it 1
composed of tbo best tonics known,
combined with tbo best blood nurl.
ftciB, acting directly on the mucous
surfaces. Tho perfect comblnntlnn
ot the two IngrodlentB fs what pro
duces such wonderful results In cur
Ins Catarrh. Send for testimonials
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.,
Sold by Druggists, prlco 75c.
Tnko Hall's Falrely Pills for consti
Arena 'tan '!uw cut shoos
pilces. GrcoiivllIe'Shoo Co.
Sufferers from indigestion are wak
ing tip-to the fact that peppermint
lozeiiKCS, cnarcoal and dyspepsia
cures are only makeshifts in the cure
of so troublesome a complaint as
CtirontO ludllM-StlOn. Whnl fq r.mtilr.1 I.
aoiiictlilnK Unit will not onlv relieve but
, mhii ,,, tuu uiiu iruiu mo Ulgfallva
apparatus to iifnln do Its work normally.
and this theso simple remedk-s cannot do.
There Is nomclhlng moro to tho cur
or Indigestion tiian aneetcnlnc the'
u-vuu,, Hlm )t, rrincuy mat only con
.... ulnv....,u ...hiuiviiia win nui euro
permanently, as the basis of Indigestion
Is poor bowel circulation, and that ro.
quires n, sclentMo laxative. We know
ot no remedy that combines theso re
nulroments better than Dr. Caldwcll'o
Byrup I'epsln, wlitrh has been sold for
a quarter of a century.
Dr. Caldwell's Myrup I'epsln la a laxa-
...c luiiiv, h. KLieniinc uienuinir or nat
increments ror tho cure of con-
TO DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
(Continued Ktont First l'ago)
Toll application ot AlK"Vnughan for
Paco No, 2 was prepared by tha
Hon. 11. P. Vnugban and sworn to
before Air. Vaughati as notary, to
which Air. Vaughati affixed his offlo
Inl slgnaturo and seal of oltlce. Tliet.
AfT. Vaughan conducted Mr. Atanguni
to the office of Air. Prod Morton,
chairman ot tho Democratic Hunt
county oxocutlvo committee, and filed
However, tho Cth day of Juno hap
pened not lo bo tho Inst ilay, Tor luu
.ttlorney general ruled that tbo IStU
day of Juno Was the last day. I was
informed as to .Mr. VauRhan'a ncttvl
ly In establishing Alangum's candi
dacy for placo No. 2, and I them de
rided that 1 would chango from placo
No. s to placo No. 1.
It may bo that Mr. Vaughan "did
iiot solicit or uucuuingo Air. Alanguin
io tmnmmca tor tlie sanio placo thai
t had been n candidate Tor slnco car
y iu tho spring, nevertheless tho ac
tivity and lute-lust hu took In tho
preparation and tiling ot tho Alanguin
application and affidavit certainly ills
closes a luck ot that caution and .ills
cietlou that a Bate and sound ropto
sonlatlvu from Hunt county should
If he wna depending on Juno Cth
.dosing tho list and that after 'that It
would not affect his candidacy for
position No, 1, notwithstanding ho
UNiy be subject to itdieiso criticism
lor his conduct, then there would ho
less to commend bis activity, for 11
displays a disposition to partlclpntj
in tho affairs of another oftlco, wlillo
iu Is a cnndldate, uud at tho same
lime holding public office. It ha ilo-i-eloped
this disposition durlug his
llrst term In tbo legislature, what
must wo expect after he has servud
It Is best for our county that ovcry
ono bo taught to attend to bis own
lolltlcal affairs. Tho suit should for
ov r set on tho day when a caudldato
uir office must otbaln tbo consent o
appiova! ot any njiu or set of men
In this county before ho announces for
office. I have no patience with such
political practlco. The curso of tho
(ouutry now Is too much politics aui
A man besides having ability, liun
sty and determination, to inako a
t;ood representative must forget
'a.-lt." It Is not how "this" or "that"
is going to affect "me," mo how Is It
going to benellt nuil bless tho "peo
ple," Is tho dominating spirit that
makes for good representation, and
results In good government.
I am conlldent that tho presence ot
my tiauio for place No. 1 with that of
Mr Vaughan's on tbo Democratic pri
mary ticket will do him a lot of good,
and If be should bo returned, bo will In
the fmuro bo more cautions, discreet
and a wiser man,
1 snail present my views on legis
lative matters some other time nnd
JOSRPH P. NICHOLS,
Candidate Representative Placo No, I.
miimuun, inuiBesiion, liver trouble, aout
ltomacll, sick headache and similar com.
lalnts. Its Ingredients will so strengthen
and lone the stomach nml bowel muscles
that they Will Hunln do their w-nrL- nit.
u.'?Lly-. nd wl,en that has been ncrom. I
pushed your trouble Is over. Kannle'
Stuart. Staunton. Va., was a lontr-tlma
eufferer, as was o. Tuck, niackburn.1
yintatWfta SbVr-El ThB Kln You Have Always Bought
iippsia euros etc., were nt liost only
CASTOR I A
"Sox Infants and Children.
Special! Summer Session
How on- Ask.For Bnfofma-
s 7SiI1A$ " -Jiri&f8Virs I
. -a s. : a. x Hv
LIVbD IN GREENVILLE
lie -would surely keep the NEW PHONE; The QUICK
SERVICE, bul'u liOOAL and L0NQ DISTANCE, would t
enttble liim to CATCH UP FOU ALL LOST TIME during
his twenty years sleep, 'You have daily profit in keeping
n phone. To waitMS to lose. Order now and be ready
for sickness, business, pleasure, shopping, etc
HOME TELEPHONE CO.
ED - SWIFT
Will sell 3-pound cans Wapco"
Tomatoes this, week for $"1 20 the
finron. ' .i " f M
TllAV tlral nnA.n.
Dr. Caldwell's orrer of a freo sample bot
tle, which ho willingly sends to anyons
who forwards name nod address, Ijitrr,-
havlntr convlni-,ri thmMvp. tl,rm,ni, ,..
'ree sample, they boiutht Syrup Pepsin!
' .. " " "'"i"! i iiy ri-nts ana ons
dollar a hnttl.
1)T. Caldu-Ptl ni.rKnnnllv n-tll 1,a ..Iao.a.I
to plve you any medical advice you may
fleslro for yourself or family portalnlnR to
the stnmnch, liver or bowels abiolulelsr
rreo or clmrfre. TJxplaln your case In a
letter nml Im U.-I1I rrR. tn vm, in .i.,.n
For the frpo enmpfo simply send your
i...iuu nnu nuurpss on a postni cam or
otherwise. For either reouc-xl thedoelor's
mblros l r)r. w. n. Caldwill, It.SISCald
t MI bittlillni!. Wnntlcrlln, 111
Detroit, Mich., account Elks meet
Jng July II to 17, JlO.CO.'on sale July
B, C, 7, S and Oj llir..lt July 21, wlt'l
privllcgo of extension until Aug, 20
WILL CLOSE AT 'SIX O'CLOCK.
Aflreemont of the hetall Merchants
of the City.
Wo, the ltotnll Merchants ot the
City ot Qreonvlllo, State of Texas', do
ontor Into an agrcotnont thU 1st tlay
ot July, A. U. 1910, with tho Holnll
01erk8 Local Union No. C83 of tho
City of Greenville, Stale of Toxas,
fortho jierloj ot 13 months, hegln
nltig this, tho 1st day ot July A. D.
1910, anil ending tho 30th day of
Juno A. D. 1910, for tho purpose of
maintaining uniform, closing hours.
Wo, tho merchants of tho City of
Greenville, State of Toxas, agree to
close our doors to tho trado at C p.
m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednos
days, Thursdays nnd Friday. At 9
p. nt. on Saturday, and tho 20th ol
oaich month and ono wcok 'hoforo
Wo further agree to closo our doors
for all day on Iho following holidays:
Tuesday, July Cth for tho -llli of July,
which falls on 1st Monday; Labor
Day; TliatikBglvliig Day; and Christ
mas Hay Doc. 20th, which falls on
Hudspeth & Spurlock, Murphy-MII-
.or Co., (Iraham ltroa., I'ciinlngton &
Wilson, J. M. (loo, Ol'Cluh Willi I'apot
Co., I). W. llanlsoti, It. N, White, W.
II. Naylor & Co., .Mlalllt Clothing Co,
C. A. Jones & Co., Greenville Shoo Co.,
Perkins llios. Co., J. C. Whlto & Co..
Archie -Morris, W. ltosenthal, llenll
Ilnvilawro & Implement Co, llelhell-Soi-kwoll
llardwnro Co. Horn & Stool,
P. M. Italko, A. M. Davison, Armlstcnd
,t Kudo, (1. II. Collins, It. R Jones,
I). S. Chandler, W. M. Mollrlde, Duke
& Ayers, .1. M. lloykln, C. O. llntdy,
II. II. Jones & Son, Orr Utile, Dlnklo
Hart Co., W. A. Fuller, V. V. liar
Illicit & Son, Frd Mercer Shou Co.,
N'oblo & Klmurough, Norton & Son,
Naud Ilurnott, Mooro & Jones, o. I..
Iluinett, Kd Swift, I,. F. Htirrls, Alex
ander Orocer Co., John T. Hardin, J.
O. Pillion, J. V. Ilormton.
Hot Weattier Oomfoft in This Foot!
Kheeiand Shoes "lot M
and Otliet Excellent
' ! i ...
Lealliers which hae hern put thruuRh tha pmpftr procosB nml don't "hum" tho feet lasts that
nro export ty fashioned on the llm-s of normal ilsffoloptrjeiit Ihoso nro tho Important factors which
tniiKt.' for rmntflit In Iho shoes wo soil.
Wo laj particular stress on Knot-land ihnea for men at $1.00 nnd $r,00 por pair. Summer Is th
season when their true worth Is nppfenlalPd.
Largo nssoitments ot high shoc-.i ami low slmos for mnn, wom'flil nnd children ItiBtiro our bolniS;
able to 111 every font. Wo lit shoes properly--that In ono of our strong points. Uxporlonce'
taught us to loll tho correct thodel tor every Individual requirement.
Wo enrry YOUn kind of shoos. Wo will irno that you get them It you cotno to ns
WON'T CHARGE A CHEAT DEAL.
THE INTTflURDAN ROAD.
Cjoinmlttees are Duty oh Right of
Way Bonuses Come Next.
Tho Intorurban proposition Is now
up to the people of Ureonvlllo, Wnlfo
City, and those along tho proposed
routes. Tho committee for tlie
Oreenvllle litmus hns that ond ot the
proposition In charge and Is at work.
Agreements for right of way have
been prepared for tho prospective lino
along tho .Mlddto Hldge In tho Jacob
In neighborhood, nnd tho conMiiltte.i
for this lino In this section nro hav
ing the agreement signed up. There
Is a coinm-lttce In charge ot tho stuns
lino hotwooii Hickory Creek nn i
South Sulphur. Agreements for tho
Tldwejl, Whlto Mock routo nro In the
hands ot the Tldwoll-Whlto Koclt
commltleo, and tho agreements for
the Ponlol-Whlto Itock routo arts In
the hands of Us commltteo. Each of
these prospective routes aro splcn
did ridge routes, nnd each
prosouts a good situation for bulMlur,
a road. Thoso commltlocs nro nt
work getting signatures for tho right
of ways and then they will Ink- up
tho bonus part assigned lo !ha sec
tions between (Ireonvlllo and Wnlfo
It Is evident Hint tho next thing to
bo done Is tn bo tlono by tho commit.
tconvm In tho county and In tho city
Tho company has brought everything
up to tho present shape nnd has tho
proposition In flno shapo. Tho quick
er tho bonus Is ralBed tho quicker the
road will bo secured.
c no mattnr
you can bo
Footwear of Unexcelled Quality"
Less at This Store Than Ordinary! "
Goods Elsewhere. Come, Examine and.;,
Prices Our Shoes. --
0CENIC ATTRACTIONS, DIVERSIFIED ENTERTAINMENT AND VITALIZING FORCES THAN ANV OTHER
SECTION OF UQUAL AREA, AND IS THEREFORE KNOWN TO THOUSANDS AS "AMERICA'S
GREATEST SUMMER PLAYOROUND," For More Specific Information. Including Vacation Estimates.
Maps. Beautifully Illustrated Booklets, Quickest Schedules and Lowoat Ticket Ratos ALL FREE
Mdross A. A. GLI6AON, Fort Worth, Tcxrts
Before Buying; You l"Z"lKfr"Z
Should llnspect Our.V iFami Farm X
LUST A lady's sliver purso at tho
Alrtlnmu last night, l-'ludor return to
B. 11. lli'iiitell and receive reward.
FOU SAI.K TUa. beautiful lot on
South Stonewall street. Am offering
a special bargain. S. It. litter,
Dcorlllo, Jnno 27-25, HmK
Round trip rates to all Texas re
sorts on sale dally, good GO days.
C. F, Norton, Agent
F. D. Me KAY. 0. P. A.
' TICKETS f
VIA THE ?
ON SALE DAILY .
To Canadi. Mexico, 'California,
Pacific Const points, Southeast.
em polntc, Uoslon, flew York,
X Washington, Chicago, St, Louis,
Memphis nnd icost everywlioro.
fr Stopovers OYorywhere. You do
i not hare to sign up at (estlna-
tlon on thu "Old State" tlcketo.
i Ileturn limit Oct- 31. 1010,
y. TfcXAa Poinr8. s .
Amarlllo, tfairestqu, Ijuipa-
sas, Mineral Wells, San Angyl,
h Corpus ClirlatI, Laredo, Llano, X
Y llatagorda, Port Arthur, Pat-
I'OH SALB Nice, now four room ro.il
uenco with double hall, water, gas
and lights, on Kast Church strcot; a
bargain. S. It. ISttor.'
POUND Two Yalo lock koya wore
turned Into the postofflco that vvore
not box keys, Owtior can got the
keys at this offlco by paying for this
A Large Class Took- Degrees In Lit
erary and Fine Art.
Dov, K. I,. Compere returned last
night from Waco whoro ho nttundod
the graduation oxcrdsOa of Ilaylor Un
iversity Wednesday morning. There
wore 110 grfndtiats' In the literary
and lino arts department.
Mr. Compere nlBO attended tho moot
Ing of tho Statu Hoard of IMucntlon
yesterday lu tho FlrBt IlaptlBt church
at Waco. The Ilaptlst college nt Pa-
laoloa was admitted to correlation
mailing ten correlated colleges In tho
Tho presidents or the colleges worn
given moro liberty to rnlBu funds for
tho colleges, nnd can go anywhero In
their territory to raise money us woll
as to got pupils, This will ho a great
advantage to the schools,
New Line of
Fo2 Wzn- "
Best Values For Less
Money, We Can
LOST. A lady's plain bar pin with
diamond In tho center, hotween J. M.
Iloykln's residence and tho Ilcckham
Hotel. Kinder return to J, P. Ijock
hair) nnd get reward.
FOR IlENT A nicely furnished
southeast room Including hot and cold
hath, excellent drinking water. Con
venient to good hoarding houso, at 3IU
Wost Leo streot, old phono 300. If
FOR IlENT Three rooma for light
housekeeping. All modern convenien
ces. Can sparo four rooms If neces
sary. Apply second houso south of
Christian church. G-JG tf
WANTED To buy brand new foatli
ers. Exchange new for old furniture.
To lit up your houso with mattlngl
and llneolums. To sell you a Palmer
hammock, 11, S, Chandlor, the furni
POIl RENT A comfortablo four room
house tvfj blocks from "the public
square Itenta J12.G0 monthly. A?
ply at onco. Call old phono No. 2G,
2 rings or seo Ed Jones or O II
A 8URPRI8E AFFAIR.
Miss Anderson Was Surprised Dy
Some of Her Pupils.
An exceedingly pleasant utfulr yel
llngu'd with sadness, wuh u surprise
party and shower given by Mrs. J. 11.
Spurlock yesteiday afternoon from 0
to 0 o'clock, at nor pleasant home on
North Stouuwiill Htri-ul.
A number of tho pupils In voice cul
hire ot Miss Grace lolnnthe Anderson
were assembled, uud when illsu An
derson entered the room shu was glv
en a novelty shower, tokens of love
from her scholars. Miss Anderson
very graciously roponded to an Invita
tion and sang several selections In
her host manner to tlie gratlflvatlon
of the assembled guests. .Mrs. Spur
lock served some delicious Iced mel
ons. The occasion was tinged with soil
ness as it is known that tomorrow
MIbb Anderson will leave for Califor
nia to make her home In that state
Shu-has been In this city for tho past
three or four years, and besides hav
ing proved herself a vocalist ot rare
voice and power, she hau Impressed
herself as u young lady of charming
personality and will bo greatly mlsicd
In musical and social circles. Au her
pup'c-vjold her yesterday, they had
I nam and .other points,
. , . .. -.- m
cto7,on. .. r vm r
, ' Both Phoneslo;l2B. m
".J:.,,' m H F
- - i &- tatr, ' .rriAni"ri,v "ft. ... iftiYyvTrj
' ..M t It M WiMB
b& . iHsHi&k- ' I
,: kTr.t .. jmmi 1 .9 X
mmtg&plvtojg,, .SHt t , -iwiSiWt'J!l."J".';"' lllL 'llllllllltiM P'ffl'''- ' '' '
c ' ' ( fcxploilve store heated with the bos
r-iff -C rrnVMnn n Tl ? dr' "& ln town a'wy rp'Jna at tin
$ Hi Pilyl-ilUJl! U lAi row. reliable wood yard," All app'l
WANTED An experienced houso-
keop.crj one that can pall the tow,
slpp the pig, feed the chlckep, answer
the phones, darn the socks, play Hia
piano, cook three meals on the uon-
eipkilvB store heated with the best
JifetlraefJobto'ftJie "right oae;-" 'Olfll
Y.Hritia'fiH. nAwwhli,nA.IO i .rittii
Lindley Joh son's
HUYLER'3 AMD KINO'S
Tho following high grndu
chocolates uud novelty can
dles can bo found cool, fresh
V und nice, ilaplo Plowing
4- Croauia, Flowlug Creams with
A HIack Walnut
X Cpvored Almonds,
V Tt.inutml Atfrtfinfla
J Iloaatod Almonds, Futfy-ltuffles
& Plowing Croam, Vanilla Flow- V
f. Ing Creams, J'lnespplo Flowing
Creams, Chocohtto Dlppod Car
amels, Cliocolato Dipped Marsli-
& mallows, Leo's Puro Sugar
X Ptlck, ltaspborry and Straw
J borry Halls, llutlerhalls, Iluttur
j Scotch, Peanut Uuttur Kisses,
A Old Hickory Nut Bars. 'I'beso
J. Candles are all pure and whols-
feome, tree from glucoBo nnd
X LINDLEY JOHNBON'8 BOOK
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, LET ME KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL, LET ME KNOW.
IF YCOJ WANT TO BORROW MONEY, LET ME KNOW.
I KNOW HOW.
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The Land BVlan
53""5 XX5X''X5'55 v
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MARRIED LAST NIGHT.
Miss Ruth Walr and Mr. R, G. Blair.
Joined In Marriage.
A .So'dock lust night .Miss Ituih
Walr and tlr. It- f. Ulalr wuro united
in marriage, Huv it II- Casey official-
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS,
I WHITE FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE GLASS, LIQHT
NINO, ACCIDENT AND RENT INSURANCE, IN OLD RE
LIAtlLE COMPANIES WHICH HAVE PROMPTLY PAID
THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR
TY YEARS, THEY ABE 0TAYER8 AND NOT QUITTERS.
Are Here to Stay
COME OR PHONE OFFICE, WEST BIDE SQUARE.
NEW YORK'S HOT WAVE.
Many Prostration as Result of Swci
No York. Juim 23. Nt;w Virk U
still sweltarint today from th beat
log. The ceremony was jierformtMl siTwatft -wukfffi IjlBliketed the city tor
the homo of the btlden father, Mr, Wrwsl dsn-' . h.-
wair. - . i fPhaM '
Time to' ThlntxAr-
Mr. It. V. I'oyun,
ot the Cotton It
Informs us ho ha
tariff of fares.
The bride Is a very WmmiAlmijijy
mrmliig young lady and jtumbi,J, "vwrtvMW)
charming young lady and jfcmbpn,.
ire;ias uu wtignnow.Hftf.'
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'earnfi fi first th nK to be done and '""" f.WSBKB'v km
. . ... . ... ir.iu nt n,.,,t.,i,i WtiililitritttBkliiarrflii
that isv. jjtive tneir teacher. MM """ - rvmmS'vmsemaB9
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JaP&Wfej55 X,,, 4INE8S, GIVE US A FAIR tf
I ayir '.
Elberta Peaches Daily
Old Phono 140 New Phone 140
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