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-to Carr Drug company, new glass
fronts in drug store, lots 2021-2 and
204, 3JHls' addltoin; estimated cost $400.
To J.' E. Bischoff, eight room, two
story brick residence, 26x27x49 feet, lot
9 and west half of lot 10, block 27S,
Pierce-Finley addition; estimated cost
To the Great Texas Realty company,
brick apartment house, 24x31 feet 6
Inches by 58 feet, four apartments of
four rooms each, lot 9 and onehalf lot
S, block C, Stevens's addition; estimated
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co. Benito Fuentes and Annie Xadrid.
Westminster street, between Bliss
and Lamar streets, Government Hill
H. H. Bailey to Antonio Escontrias et
als., lots 39 and 40, block L.f Hague's
subdivision of Government Hill addi
tion; conslderatoin $450. Dec. 27, 1909.
Tobin, Texas "W. B. Buchanan et als.
to J. W. Hall, lot 6, block 76, Tobln,
Texas; consideration $75. Jan. 4, 1910.
Southwest corner of Brown and
Boulevard streets, Franklin Heights
W. B. Cooley to F. B. Puga, south 35
feet lots 14, 15 and 16, east 20 feet of
south 35 feet lot 13, block 24, Franklin
Heights addition; consideration $5700.
April 1, 1909.
El Paso county "W. D. Oliver to J.
Carl Fineh, survey 17, township 1, T. P.
surveys; consideration $9600. Dec. 18,
El Paso county A, G. Baldwin to C.
A. Parker, northeast quarter of south
half section 2, block 19, El Paso coun
ts'; consideration $2Q00. Dec. 3, 1909.
Tularosa street, between Travis and
Lamar streets. Government Hill James
E. HIgnett and wife to Laura M. Spears,
lots 11 and 12, block 18, Government
Hill addition; consideration $750. Dec.
El Paso county Jesus Cobos to Lo
renzo Rivera, lot 6, block H, Cobos's
addition o San Jose, Texas; considera
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El Paso county Jesus Cobos to Nicolas
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to San Jose, Texas; I consideration
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El Paso county Minnie May McCam
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Tobln, Texas Frank R. Tobln to
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ACTRESS IX XEW YORK
SUES FOR A DIVORCE.
Comic Opera Tenor Charged "With
Striking Wife With Wet Towel
Marrried In Arizona.
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 11. Mrs.
Irene Lynch Cashman, a well known
singer, and her husband, Harry C. Cash
man, -widely known in comic opera cir-
cles as a tenor, and at present a mem
? ber of the Richard Carle troupe In New
York, have separated and the latest step
in their domestic troubles ds the filing
of a suit for divorce today by Mrs.
The complaint charges that Cashman
treated his wife cruelly and once hit
her with a wet towel, causing injuries
that compeled her to remain In seclu
sion for several days. They were mar
ried July 22, 1903, in Tuma. Ariz., while
passing ithrough from El Paso to Cali
fornia. NEGRO LYNCHING
Shreveport, La-, Jan. 11. The entire
force of employes of the Kansas City
Southern railroad shops 'here, totalins
400 -men, was today summoned before
the grand jury which reconvened to in
vestigate the 'lynching of a negro near
tihe shops several weeks ago.
''The negro ihad attempted to assault
a white girl and was hung by an un
L,css ttc forget, let's Keep our money
at home and "still get the be.ct, Globe
MOTHERS' CLUB TO MEET
IN HIGHLAND PARK
A mothers' meeting will be held at
the Highland Park school Thursdav at 3
oclock. Roll call "will be responded to
with quotations. Mrs. A. Ferguson will
talk on "How Far Shall the Parents
Stand By the Teacher." and Mrs. P. D.
TV. Thurston will speak on "Boys in
School." A full attendance is requested.
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HANFORD AND HIS
Shaksperean Actor Tells
"Why He Likes His
The motives which led Charles B. Han
ford to interrupt his career in the class
ics to present a play entirely modern
in its interest, have naturally" been the
subject of some curiosity. .Mr. Hanford
rather resents the suggestion 'that he is
abandoning aji ideal or risking any Dis
appointment for auditors who have
learned to rely on him as the standard
bearer of ifche fehaksperean drama in this
country. In proof of his loyalty to the
classic cause he calls attention to the
fact that "The Taming of the Shrew"
is still retained in 'his repertory.
J recognize that this being a free
country, every man is entitled to exact
from his public servants both in politi
cal and in artistic life, the kind of ser
vice that best pleases him. The public
ds the supreme critic It deals "with a
subject bv impression rather than bv
intellectual (analysis; 'hut its concflu- i
sions like those readied 'by a woman s
"intuition, as the novelists call it, are
"Why do you prefer your present ve
hicle, the American Lord to Shales -tpefe?"
"I dare not say I prefer it to Sbaks
pere. I once knew, a man "who had 'writ
ten a most creditable drama in blank
verse- It had ever3r prospect or success
until an over enthusiastic management
advertised the author as 'the American
Shakspere.' I selected 'the American
Lord' because, when any life long man
ager, F. Lawrence Walker, "brought the
manuscript to any attention it appealed
to me so strongly. It was my ideal of
what an American plav should be hu
morous without descending to imrlesque,
robust in its plot interest without being
melodramatic and patriotic without the
introduction of artificial platitudes.
"One of -the first things that struck
me about the play was "Ehs strong con
trast of characterization without sacri
fice of dignity on either side. On the
one hand is John Breuster, the role I
assume, a typical western American;
the soul of honor, a fighter, vet a gen
erous victor. In contrast to him is the
English lord who displays absolutely the
same qualities although giving them ex
pression 'by wholly different methods of
speech, manner and thought. Lord Wy
cherly is no less a man and a fighter
than" John Breuster and it is the oppo
sition or two strong natures, each con
scientious and chivalrous, that, gives the
plot its sreat vital interest and -makes
it interesting to Americans and .English-
'"I should like to think," Mr. Hanford
proceeded, "that this play might con-
Sy MARY ROBERTS
Who Is Nina Carrington?
The four days, from Saturday to the
following Tuesday, we lived, or ex
isted, in a state of the most , dreadful
suspense. "We ate only when Liddy
brought in a tray, and then A'ery little.
The papers, of course, had got hold
of the story, and we were besieged by
newspaper men. From all over the
country false clews came pouring in
and raised hopes that crumbled again
to nothing. Every morgue within 100
miles, every hospital, had been vis
ited, without result
The inaction was deadly. Liddy
cried alP day, and, because she knew
gl objected to tears, sniffled audibly
&around the corner.
"For heaven's sake, smile!" I
snapped at her. And her ghastly at
tempt at a grin, with her swollen nose
axid red eyes, made me hysterical. I
laughed and cried" together, and pret
ty soon, like the two old fools we
were, we were sitting together weep
ing into the same handkerchief.
On Tuesday, then, I sent for the car
and prepared to go out As I waited
at the porte-cochere I saw the under
gardener, an inoffensive, grayish-
haired man, trimming borders near
the house. The day detective was
watching him, sitting on the carriage
block. When he saw me, he got up.
"Miss Innes," he said, taking off his
hat, "do you know where Alex, the
"Why, no. Isn't he here?" I asked.
"He has been gone since yesterday
afternoon. Have you employed him
"Only a couple of weeks."
"Is he efficient? A capable man?"
"I hardly know," I said vaguely.
"The place looks all right, and I know
very little about such things. I know
much more about boxes of roses than
bushes of them."
"This man," pointing to the assis
tant, "says Alex isn't a gardener. That
he doesn't know anything about
"That's very strange," I said, think
ing hard. "Why, he came to me from
the Brays, who are in Europe."
'Exactly." The detective smiled.
"Every man who cuts grass isn't a
gardener, "Miss Innes, and just now it
is our policy to believe every person
around here a rascal until he proves
to 'be the other thing."
Warnercame up with the car then,
and the conversation stopped. As he
helped me in, however, the detective
said something further.
"Not a word or sign to Alex, if he
comes back," he said cautiously.
I went first to Dr. Walker's. I was
tired of beating about the bush, and I
felt that the hey to Halsey's disap
pearance was here at Casanova, in
spite of Mr. Jamieson's theories.
The doctor was in. He came at
once to the door of his consulting
room, and there was no mask oi cor
diality in his manner.
"Please come in," he said curtly.
"I shall stay here, I think, doctor."
I did not like his face or his manner;
there was a subtle change in both. He
III THE- 1
tT L "' " "" " iS
tribute a little toward a more rational
estimate of American character by Eng
lishmen and of English character by
Americans. I always feel a thrill of
personal emotion -when I come to the
speech in the last act in the scene of
reconciliation between the two big men j
who stand m my mind lor two big
nations. It runs this way: 'Lord AVy-
cherly, before I acknowledge how deeply
your words have touched me, 1 have a
little confessing to .do on my" own account-
You -haven't said anything worse
abont my countrj- than i have said
about yours and I don't believe you
were any further wrong. Your ways are
not our Avays, yours being the old road
and ours the short cut; out we both get
there just the same. In fact, sir, we
are of the same blood 'and it's thicker
thaji water. Yours is the mother coun
try; we are the sons. You need us. We
need you. So with all my heart I sav,
we've been good enemies; let's be just as
good friends.' "
"BABES IX TOYLAXD.'
Some of the "Babes in Toyland" com
pany must have been sleeping with the
windows open lately; some others never
had any voices for the draft to spoil.
And with an orchestra sometimes play
ing too fast and sometimes playing too
slow, and hardly ever just right, things
did not go as they should for the El
Paso performance of this medley of
music, pictures, girls, tights, and non
sense. The company carries a splendid look
ing chorus, well voiced, but lacking in
training and direction, 'and some of the
features of the performance were excel-,
lent, but on the whole the show was not
what was expected. But for Miss Gene
ieve DeLaCour and Gus Pixley, who
joined the company -in EI Paso, the per
formance would have been as flat as a
can of brewery product two days old.
I These two performers saved the day
I (or eA-ening) and the theatergoers left
Avith a feeling somewhat akin to satis
faction, for, Avhile the show could not
be said to be good, it Avas not bad.
Pixley was either in bad Aoice from a
cold or has lost his A-oice from age, one
or the other, but still he got a good
deal out of the seAeral parts which he
essayed and caused ,a
merriment at times.
reat deal of
Miss DeLaCour receiA-ed a hearty re
ception Avhen she made her first ap
pearance and her friends and admirers
Avere not a bit disappointed as her work
progressed. She is Arery cleA-er and
just as cute as she can be in the role
of Jane, the principal one in the cast. J
She has made good from the jump, and !
AAiill do a great deal towards saving the
shoAA. She receiAed three , handsome
bouquets from friends and srot six or
seA-en encores on her comedy duet withTI"
t Fixiey last nigut
Pixley's baseball game,
Leon Mayor and Miss DeLaCour, Avas a
I scream from start to finish, and the J
Copyright 1903 by the Bobbs-Merrill Co.
(Continued From Yccterday).
had thrown off the air of friendliness,
and I thought, too, that he looked anx
ious and haggard.
"Dr. Walker," I said, "I have come
to you to ask some questions. I hope
you will answer them. As j'ou know,
my nephew has not yet been found."
"So I understand," stiffly.
"I belieAe, if you would, you could
help us, and that leads to one of my
questions. Will you tell me what was
the nature of the conversation you
heldwith him the night he was at
tacked and carried off?"
"Attacked! Carried off!" he said,
with pretended surprise. "Really, Miss
Innes, don't you think you exaggerate?
T understand it is not the first time
Mr. Innes has disappeared."
"You are quibbling, doctor. This is
a matter of life and death. Will you
answer my question?"
"Certainly. He said his nerves were
bad, and I gave him a prescription for
them. I am violating professional
ethics when I tell you even as much as
I could not tell him he lied. ' I think
I ooked it But I hazarded a random
shot, j v
-T thought perhaps," I said, watch
ing him narrowly, "that it might be
about Nina Carrington."
For a moment I thought'lie was go
ing to strike me. He grew livid, and a
I small crooked blood-vessel in h?c Sam
ple swelled and throbbed curiously.
Then he forced a short laugh. '
"Who is Nina Carrincton?" he asked.
"I am about to discover that," I re
plied, and he was quiet at once. It
was not difficult to divine that he
feared Nina Carrington a good deal
more than he did the devil. Our leave
taking Avas brief; in fact, we merely
stared at each other over the waiting
room table, with its litter of year-old
magazines. Then I turned and went
"To Richfield," I fold Warner, and
on the way I thought, and thought
"Nina Carrington, Nina Carrington,"
the roar and rush of the wheels
seemed to sing the words. "Nina Car
rington, N. C." And I then knew,
kneAV as surely as if I had seen the
-whole thing. There had been an N. C.
on the suit case belonging to the wom
an Avith the pitied face. How simple
it all seemed. Mattie Bliss had been
Nina Carrington. It was she Warner
had heard in the library. It was some
thing she had told Halsey that had
taken him frantically to Dr. Walker's
office, and from there perhaps to his
death. If we could find the woman, we
might find what had become of Hal
sey. We were almost at Richfield now,
so I kept on. My mind was not on my
errand there now. It was back with
Halsey en that memorable night. What
was it he had said to Louise, that had
sent her up to Sunnyside, half wild"
with fear for him? I made up my
mind, as the car drew up before the
Tate cottage, that I would see Louise
if I had to break into the house at
Almost exactly the same scene as
before greeted my eyes at the cottage.
aged comedian made good whenever he
appeared except when he tried to sing,
which he couldn't do.
Marie Malatesta is quite a clever
little girl in the role of Contrary Mary,
hut it is painful to look at her when
she tries to sing anything of the ballad
order. In lighter work, she "gets by"
with it and last night won applause.
Harry Iadell, who works with Miss
DeLaCour throughout the show as one
of the children lost in Toyland, gets
off some good comedy and dances fairly
well. But he is no Frank Daniels,
Jefferson DeAngelis, or Thomas Q.
Helen McLeod as Tom Tom. if she has
been told that she can sing, ought to be
told all over again, but she is right
Grace Finlayson as the sun queen,
wears tights on a stunning figure and
looks pretty. There are several in the
company who look pretty, however, but
pretty looks alone do not make a suc
cessful musical comedy.
The company carries a lot of special
scenery the changing of which Avas
rather bunglesomely done last night
and there are frequent changes of" cos
tume, most of which are pretty, al
though some eidence the raA-ages of
time and one night stands.
CHAS. B. IIAXFORD TOXIGHT.
"The American Lord," a four-act
comedy by George H. Broadhurst and
Charles T. Dazey, is the offering for to
night at the El Paso theater.
In brief, the story of "The American
Lord" is that of John Breuster, a North
Dakotan, A-ho is about to be nominated
for congress AAhen he learns that
through the death of Lord 'Breuster he
has become heir to the title and estates
of the fine old English house. He giA'es
up his ideas of going to Washington,
and, although having little liking for
o-.rm nf tia woi-. nf thn "Knsrlisn.
j crosses the ocean to claim his own.
With his hereditary feud Avith the
house of Wycherly and his good na
tured attempts to Introduce his Ameri
can methods of doing things, Breuster
finds himself fully occupied. Imagine
his feelings, then, when he discoA'crs
that his daughter and the son of lord
Wvrhfirlv are tin lOA'e. and that his son
i has lost his heart to an English girl.
Breuster makes it "three of a kind" by
falling in lpve Avith an attractive Irish
AvidOAV, Mrs. Westbrooke, and the story
ends most happily. Seats are noAV sell
ing at the Crawford. There Avill be a
matinee Wednesday at 3 oclock, of the
"THE lilFE OF MOSES." BIJOU.
With 'due appreciation of the demand
j fc- more subjects of an uplifting and
i pflnnatinnnl chursoter. The Bnmi nre-
sents today, the first of a series of
I Biblical pictures of the "Life of Moses."
, This great work has been carried on
i for months under the able supervision
of the Bev. Madison C. Peters, who is
Ray "Walt era
Mrs. Tate, the baby-carriage in the
path, the children at the swing all
were the same.
She came forward to meet me, and
I noticed that some of the anxious
lines had gone out of her face. She
looked young, almost pretty.
"I am glad you have come back,"
she said. "I think I will have to be
honest and give you back your money.".
"Why?" I asked. "Has the mother
"No, but some one came'and paid
the boy's board for a month. She
taiked to him for a long time, but
when I asked him afterward he didn't
know her name."
"A young woman?"
"Not very young. About 40, I sup
pose. She was small and fair-haired,
just a fittle bit gray, iind very sad.
SbP was in deep mourning, and, I
think, when she came, she expected to
go at once. But the child, Lucien, in
terested her. She talked to him for a
long time, and, indeed, she looked
much happier when she left."
"You are sure this was not the real
"O mercy, no! Why, she didn't know
which of the three was Lucien. I
thought perhaps she was a friend of
yours, but, of courpe, I didn't ask."
"She Avas not pock-marked?" I
asked at a venture.
"No, indeed. A skin like a baby's.
But perhaps a-ou will know the in
itials. She gave Lucien a handker
chief and forgot it It was very fine,
black-bordered, and it had three hand
worked letters in the corner F. B. A."
"No," I said with truth enough, "she
is not a friend of mine." F. B. A. was
Fanny Armstrong, without a chance of
Witb another Wxarning to Mrs. Tate
as to siienqe, we started back to Sun
nyside. So Fanny Armstrong knew of
Lucien Wallace, and was sufficiently
interested to visit him and paylfor his
support Who was the child's mother
and where was she? Who was Nina
Carrington? Did either of them know
where Halsey was, or what had hap
pened to him?
(To be continued).
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and the payroll in El Paso.
Do not fail to visit Springer's year
end clearing ale
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, District Manager.
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We can use a few good agents.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Baby's coming will he a time of rejoicing, and not of ap
prehension and fear, if Mother's Friend is used by the expec
tant mother in preparation of the event This is not a medi
cine to be taken internally, but a liniment to be applied, to the
body, to assist nature in the necessary physical changes of the system. Moth
er's Friend is composed of oils and medicines which prepare the muscles and
tendons for the unusual strain, render the ligamentS-'supplo and elastic, aids in
the expanding of the skin and flesh fibres, and strengthens all the membranes
and tissues. It lessens the pain and danger at the crisis, and assures future
health to the mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our
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THE BR&DFSELB Q., ATLANTA, QA.
well knoAvn fnr his Avritings and trav
els. No expense has been spared to
make ihis series not only Biblical in
character but interesting and instruct
ing to the onlooker. Staged under the
direction of one who has trayeled in the
Holy Land and Egypt, and avIio has
been giA-en free hand to make the
series perfect in detail, this series of
pictures of "The Life of Moses" should
be of lasting A'alue. They will'' be
shown at the Bijou Tuesday and Wed
nesday, matinees and eA-enirigs.
COXSUI THE 3IOXKEY.
A new attendance mark for Monday
night was set at the "tVigwam last
night. Owing to the great popularity
of numerous requests for the Consul
pictures, they will be given again to
night. This wonderful monkey has
been the talk .of the town among many
picture loA-ers since its pictures were
shown at the WigA. am. Two new pic
tures will also be shown. They are
"When Woman Wins" and "The -Public
man." Special .Selections from "Babes
in Toyland" will be plaj'ed.
"The Honeymoon" pleased another
large house last night. The play is
full of good, clean comedy and bright"
lines, ably handled by an excellent
companj. The same bill Avill run all
"Serp'enta." is" a feature at the Ma
jestic, in her snake "dance, using liA'e
CHINESE NEW YEAR
IS OK THE WAY
Will Be Here in Another
Month Lots of Toise
Today one month ago China Doys have
New Tear?." said Wong Lee from be
hind his desk in the Imperial cafe last t
eA'ening. Translated into United States J
this statement means that one month j
from yesterday, Feb. 10. the residents j
of Chinatown Avill celebrate the advent j
of the Confucian neAA- year with all the i
noisy rites of a heathen people. - - j
Chinese neA- year is an eA'ent in El i
Paso. In Chinatown the slant icyed j
citizens take a holiday for one week I
preceding the new year and celebrate j
one week after the birth of the oriental J
neAA- year. ' '
During this time the American laun
dries do a much increased business, for
no China boy would so far forget him
self as to touch the white devils
vashee" during the festal time. Fire
crackers by the barrL.are touched off
in the immediate neighborhood of South
Oregon street, and the consumption of
Chinese boose is heaA-y in the local
The best furniture bargains ever
known in El Paso can be secured at the
year end clearing sale at Springer's.
VTTSfAS r.rVMTATCV TO "RT7TLD
BIG OKLAHOMA PJEFINERY j
Tulsa, Okla.. Jan. 11. Announcement j
was made tcrlay hat t'lie Texas com
pany. Avlridi operates a pipe line through j
in -Hif. milf c.f Mexico, wili buiid 'here cne !
! of the'kinrest refineries in the Avorld.
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costing several mmurea tuousaua aoi-
the full confidence of the Well-Infonned
of the World and the Commendation of
the most eminent physicians it was essen
tial that the component parts of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
known to and approved by them; there
fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub
lishes a full statement with every package.
The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
duct, which they demand in a laxative
remedy of an ethical character, are assured
by the Company's original method of man
ufactunfknown to the Company only.
The figs, of California are used in the
production of Sjnrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna to promote the pleasant taste, but
the medicinal principles are obtained from
plants known to act most beneficially.
To get it3 beneficial effects always buy
the genuine manufactured by the Cali
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by all leading druggists.
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PROMPT SERVICE CAREFUL
SMITH'S BIL TO
EXLAKGE FORT BLISS.
Provisions of the McaxHre Introduced
to. Enlarge the El laso 32111-
- . tary Pest.
TKebill by representative Smith, of
TexJas. to proA-ide for the enlargement
of Fort Bliss, is 'tis follows:
Be it enacted that the quartermaster
general of the United States army be,
and he is hereby authorized and direct
ed to cause to be enlarged, in such form
as to him may seem. best. Fort Bliss,
on the United States gOA-erament army
reservation near El Paso, in the state
of Texas, so as to provide suitable ac
commodatoins for headquarters and two
battalions (eight companies) of infan
try, two troops of caalry, and one
battery of field artillery, and for this
purpose the sum of $600,000, or so
.much thereof as may be necessary. Is
hereby appropriated out of any funds
in the treasury of the United States,
not otherwise appropriated.
The bill was read twice and referred
to the committee on military affairs,
and ordered to be printed.
REVIVAL TO OPEX AT
s reparations are oemg mace Dy tne
I Westminster Presbyterian congregation
for the revival which is to open- next
Sunday. The meeting will open Sunday,
but ReA'. F. E. Fincher.. of Houston,
who is to do the preaching, will not
arriw till Wednesday of next week. Ha
probably remain for two weeks.
j .tie is saia x dc a preucner ui iiuiut ,
has built up a strong congregation
cod-fish are caught yearly on
the coast of Norway, from
the livers of which weget Cod
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in the production of then
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The skillful combination of
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We have jast received a consignment
of PURINA POULTRY FE2DS. Call
sad examine them.
are a mixture of overs. dccenYarsetSe
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weight. They contain absolutely no
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ens will thrive upon this feed it's no
experiment, but a. practical feed for
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331 Texas St. EI Pass. Texas
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Bell Phone 6S0 328 Teras St.
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