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EL PASO HERALD
FriLi. 0, t. 12, 1017.
FRGN ONE MAN
Former Senator Clark Buys t
$500,000 Worth of Liberty
Bonos m Arizona.
Phoenix. Ariz- Oct. li. Liberty
oomls totaling Jf50.00 hare been mab
scr.lwl by former senator W. A.
iark and arc t-i credited to the
irnona quota of ?7.0tf,000
"Ehe Ray Coi.Mjlidated Copper com
pany has ahead? subscribed Sl.00fl.0W
ar.J in the woman's campaign Mrs.
Herbert K. Keiuchamp has headed the
lipt a ith a t-ubsoription for S10v bou 1
A particularly complete orgaaiza
1ion has been formed, centering I"
J'boemx. which is handling all part
of the stau n uhin the 12th federal
resere distrut Branch organiza
tions are ali-..l complete radiating
front each of th-- laiger cities In Ari
zona 343D U. S. INFANTRY
BUYS $222,858 BONDS
Kockford. 1!!. ,-t. IJ The S43d
.n.'aiilry at Camp Irani today mil
ecnbed S.'22.Sil 'o the Liberty loin.
More than SI percent of all the m-i
in the regiment purchased one or
more bond. At diviMon hc.-nlquarlw
it ? as announced this jj the record
9usription for the national arn.y to
SUBSCRIBE TO LIBERTY LOAN
Camp Funston, Kas.. Oct. 12. Sub
scriptions of the second Liberty loan
by members of the 89th division of
the national array here today reached
a total of SiiS.S, it was announced
last night. The day's subscriptions
amounted to $57,500.
HAS BOOZE COLLECTION"
T'fp;;:j United States marshal J. B. Dv
bos has accumulated about $5 worth of
alcoholic beverages, the evidence la a
number of liquor eases In federal court
Murine the fall terms. In the collection
are wlnea, whlskv and beer, all of which
will be flestroyed In doe process of law.
Committees Reporting to
Sales Manager Will Bring
in Big Totals.
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ance and invest their money in
Women's Committee Sells 7450.
Mrs. T. V. Lanier, head of the wom
en's committee, reported a total of
17450 bonds sold to 22 persons. The
Mrs. H- T. Bowie $ 2M
Mr. Mary 11. Wright lot
.Mrs. Adine Noake Stafford.. 1
Mr. T J. Primm 234
Miss i;ladvs Primm 250
l: li. Stevens MM
i:. J. McCarthy 259
Mrs. It. B. Sutton 5
T. A. Miller S
Mrs. Lyda Carpenter SO
Mrs. R. R. Mason It
Mm. Mary Wharton Taylor. 1M
Mrs. J. J. Raster S
Mrs. Adele Fewel Coles IM
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wise ISO
H. F. Reynaud 5
Marion D. Cooley S
Annie P. Krause 1M
Klisa W. Edwards 1
Mrs. H. T. Ellis M
Mrs. R. T. Chapman M
Ijiiryers liny 53354.
Lawyers and their assistants bought
tZZ50 worth of bonds from Jndge W.
A Hawkins's committee. The name
Ella Barrett 50.
C. nr. Croom. SO.
P. E. Gardiner. e0.
Mamie Hem pel. ISO.
E. F. Higglns. 20.
Mrs. K. F. Higgins. iU
Tom Lea. .
F. J. Lyons. $50.
W. E. Miller. $200.
R. M. Reed. 20.
R. E. Thomason. $500.
W. H. Winter, I2.
E. M. Whitaker. Si.
J. F. Woodson. e5M.
Dry Godea and Merchants. 3209.
Maurice Schwartz, chairman of the
Dry Goods and Merchants' commit
tee, reported a total of $3200 in Lib-
;MMr LMPIDLY GREAT FUND IS .
; BUYING BONDS STILL REQUIRED1
National Army Alone Has
Subscribed About 2,000,
000, Is Announced.
New Tork. Oct. 12. Liberty bond
buying in the United States army has
thus far averaged from H to M per
cent in the various regiments
throughout the country, it was an
nounced here today at headquarters
of the department of the east. The
r.ational army has subscribed ap
Total subscriptions of 28S.J83.156
were announced today by the com
mittee for the New York federal re
serve district. This is an overnight
gain of 13,158.00. Among new large
subscriptions reported was $3,000,000
by the United States Mortgage and
Trust company. The tobacco trade
committee has subscribed $3,400,000
during the last three d;s, the
pledges coming from 16 leading to
The Liberty loan committee made
public today a telegram from James
W. 3erard. former ambassador to
Germany, saying that failure of the
second Liberty loan "means that we
resign from the war.
Lerne.'c Prices Save You Money on
Women's Fall Boots
ALL we ask is that you take the trouble
to investigate our claim of selling the
most stylish and serviceable Footwear sold
in El Paso at the most reasonable prices.
See the line of Fall Boots e are offering al $6.00,
$7.00. $8.00 and $9.00.
Boots at higher prices are offered in a wide range of
choice and the values are unusual. See the windows.
Come in and jet us demonstrate Lerner Styles ar.l prices.
Shoes For School Children
Shoes For the Little Folks Is a Specialty
Serviceable, perfect fitting shoes for the
children at low prices is what we offer.
Jmi le add interest to the Children 't Department we ge
Free an Aert&ooper or Pencil vith each pair of Chil
dren's Shots sold.
Store Open Salurda$ Nighl Until 9:30.
29 SAN" AVTOXIO STREET.
TWO BIG SPECIALS
AT WESTERN FURNITURE CO.
Sterling Navajo Indian Rugs
These are manufac
tured Xavajo Rugs of
the highest quality.
To he fully appreci
ated they must he
seen. Size 30x60 iu.
Extra Special at
A Big Bargain in Beds
rhese are exceptionally good heds
'ih "'-hi-h continuous posts and
1-incJi fillers. They
come in White Euam
el or Vernis Martin
finish and are
erty bonds sold by that committee t
date. The subscriptions follow:
K. Abraham. J 158.
Harry H. Rappaport. SIM.
L. M Dreeben. S5.
Chas. Aranson, J 100.
Luz Dela Crux. 11.
Frank N'agoaakl. SS0.
I. M. Goodman. 1 100.
D. Seheuer. Si.
Miguel A. Alvidres. $190.
S. Sochat, SS.
Minie Gorden. 50.
Mrs. flora. Shay. 350.
Albert Yaffe. Sit.
Louie L. Fesshurer. 100.
Frederick Qua. Si.
Mrs. Gus T. Jones. $50.
J as. a Burleson, IS.
C J. Lawrence. ISO.
Paul Krnpp. 3100.
Melville P. Chernis. J 100.
Julias A Henry Silverman. 5 ISO
Max Rosenstein, 350.
y. Goldblnm. ISO.
Harry Stelnhorn. $50.
SoL II. Matus. ISO.
Adala Basilla. 3100.
Myer Zlobovaky. 3100.
Ktta Ilellestetn, 31S0.
Kdmnnd Levy, 3250.
Evelyn Levy, 25.
Alfred Levy, 1250.
Joseph Levy. 25.
Fraaer Committee Get S12O0.
Kmploying plumbers and dealers In
electric fixtures, solicited by A. J.
Frcser's committee previously re
ported 1400 and sent in 11200 more for
ii bonds, as follows:
J as.. A. Brennen, Jr., 1M.
John V. Brennen. ISO.
William S. F rater, J 50.
V. B. Glardon. Si.
Ethel V. Myers. $50.
Marshall Roy Myers. ISO.
Ned F. Myers, ISO.
K p. McCbeaney. 1100.
Nations brothers. 1100.
Mrs. N. K. Nations, 559.
Hart Steele, $590.
V. C. Strode. ISO.
SILnlnc Men Buy. S13.1SU.
B. L. Farrar. chairman of the
mining men's committee, reported a
total of I13.SO0. as follows:
Itaymond Allison. 35.
Miriam Jane Aner. ISO.
H. J. Baron, Sit.
L. C. Barlow. J400.
K G. Burn. 350.
Harold MeLeod Cobb. lAt
1 Cole. WOO.
J. W. Cameron. J 100.
H. Cnrtiss. Sit.
I'.uth W. Dufourcq, 200.
Mary Dewey 350.
Kuth Dewey. 350.
W. H. Fenchler. .
. 1 Farrar. 550.
K. R. Foster. 35.
.'iiss Mary Low Gillies. 3100.
y.i-. Mary Lorn Taney Gillies. $3t.
Mary Lou Gillies. 130.
Miss Lynnte J. Gillies. .
Whitford C. Gillies, 3.
J'aul Ginther. 320.
J in.es W. Hambleton. II.
liariberto K. Hambleton. lit.
v. T. Hooser. 150.
T. O. Hawkins. Jr 12.
Blanche W. Handyside. 5.
t:. I. Hands. 1250.
Jarrett O. Janes. 3500.
K. F. Knotls. 150.
V.. F. Wiley. 1250.
A. J. Morris. 5.
Itobert McCart. Jr 1100.
A. T. MeGhee. 500.
Frank W. McQ natters. 3100.
K. C. T. Pelham. 1100.
Wendell K. Phillins. 150.
Basil Prescott. 1100.
J. K. Robertson. J 20.
W. Stuler. I2M.
Fred J. Stevenson, 15.
Miss Florence Stevenson. 35.
L. Worcester. Jr. 1.
C. L. Zimmerman, 15.
Manufacturers Take f -750.
For the maufacturers' committee.
Claiborne Adams, cnatrman, reported
sales totaling $275. as follows:
H. P. Chapman. 100.
P. Kern. ISO.
'. Adams. 330.
ii. j. Allen. 110.
Cactus Fiber company. 310.
Kl Paso Body company, 35.
Magnolia Bottling company. 375.
Woodlawn Bottling company. 310.
Kaumgarten Wyier. 110.
El Paso Buggy works, Slt.
Fant Coffee company. 35.
Hills. Sutton and White manufac
turing company. 3300.
Rio Grande Valley Creamery com
lira T. E. HHlard. 31.
Rio Grande Valley dairy. 320.
W. L. Wolcott. 110.
r. W. Seward. Western Metal and
Refining company, 31-
Ed Rltter. 1.
noctnra Take fSKM.
Dr. R. L. Ramey, chairman of the
committee soliciting physicians, re
ported a total of 3350, as follows:
Ir. o. N' Thomas, 5150.
Dr. J. W. Laws. 31000.
lir. F. T. Turner, 5500.
lr. C. P. Brown, $10.
Dr. Willis Waite, 110.
Dr. E. H. Irvin. ISO.
Dr. W. L. Brown. 120.
Miss C. A Slatcher. 110.
C. A. P. Brown, 310.
Theater Men Tnke ?1330.
W. R. Winch, of the amusements
committee, reported 313S0, as follows:
Frank Alderete. 550.
Juan Alarcon. 550.
Otis Oliver. 1500.
E. F. Maxwell. 100.
Louis Rhea. $50.
Mejra Borjas, 550.
-T. M. Lewis. 1100.
Vincent Andreas, 1100
Simon Turk, ISO.
J. Munoz Fernandez, $5i.
Silvio Lacomas, $50.
Will R. Winch. $200.
ThI Committee Gets X31&0.
Pawnbrokers. Mexican money ex
changes and rooming houses solicited
Liberty Loan Is Far Behind
Schedule and Only Two
Washington. D. C, October II
Within 1 working days the
American people must subscribe
to the second Liberty loan
an average of more than 533.000.
a day if the $5,000,000.00 hoped for
by the government is to be obtained.
If the minimum of $S.0.,0 set
by secretary McAdoo is to be raised,
subscriptions mast average about
$191,000,000 every business day until
the end of the campaign October 27.
Returns from many banks and trust
companies have not been received
but even taking these into consider
ation subscriptions thus far indicate
the " need for the most vigorous ef
forts on the part of the public, ac
cording to treasury offlcisls.
Actual Figures Glien.
Less than seven percent of the
I5.000.00n.000 had been subscribed at
the close of bnsiness Wednesday
Treasury officials made public the
actual subscription figures fast night.
The total is I325.45.00. This figure
includes every dollar reported to the
reserve banks from every section of
the United States. In one reserve
district, however. Minneapolis, ao
figures were reported.
Hard "Wort. Necessary.
The subscriptions indicate the ne
cessity for the hardest kind of work
on the part of the whole country fr
the balance of the campaign.' reads
the treasury department's announce
ment. "The campaign is more than
one third gone.
"Subscriptions by federal reserve
districts were as follows:
"Boston. J41.800.00: New Tork,
z?r.S27.000: Philadelphia. 313.5S3.0.
Cleveland. J 1.85,000: Richmond. 112.
22.M: Atlanta, 1.73.M: Chicago.
I4.S16.0O0; St. Louis. SX.72S.000. Min
neapolis, no report: Kansas City.
11.217.000; Dallas. $1.8JS,000; San
"These figures represent the total
of subscriptions actually filed with
the several federal reserve banks and
the treasury department.
Small Subscribers Needed.
"It is particularly important to im
press upon the people of the country
that this vast undertaking most not
be left to the people of great wealth.
No such sum can be subscribed ex
cept bv the earnest cooperation of all
the people of the country.
-It is estimated that In the first
campaign there were about 5.00. 00 -j
suDscnDers ana wiu me oeuer or
ganisation now available and the
large amount of educational work
which has been done, the country
should be able to count at the dose
of the campaign subscriptions from
at least 10.Mt.MM people."
Thousands Haven't Reported.
These figures, of coarse, do not tell
the entire story, as many thousands
of the country's 2Ctt banks and
trust companies have made no report
whatever of subscriptions obtained.
Returns are much at variance also
with figures announced at the vari
ous federal reserve hank el tie, local
headquarters of the loan. Thus at
Philadelphia, the estimated total sev
eral days ago was ts.M.t and at
Chicago it was said that up to last
Saturday night there had been pay
ments made on approximately $25.
(100.10 in subscriptions.
Extra Special at
WESTERN FURNITURE CO.
Tfce atort? that sareB you monrr. te trade yon ncir furniture for od.
Give the Whsatto the
soldiers, but give me
(Hade of corn) a
by E. w. Kayser. Louis lies am
ethers gave $515. They were:
K. H. Alexander. 35.
Edwin Barglebangb, 5t.
J. K. Brodie. $100.
M. Caro. $250.
T. B. Cunningham. $50.
Caso Martria. $100.
W. DIttman. $50.
Anna Evans. $10.
Bdmund Gluck. $250.
s v uoMtwv ci aa
International Exchange and Csan-
mlsslon Co, Si.
D. P. Jones. $5.
K. Klein. $5.
Margaret Klein. 35.
Mrs, E. Klein. 5.
J. M. Klein. IS.
Xatgaret March, 31t.
J. L McLaughlin. 3M.
Mlnnie Marsh. 35.
National Loan Co, $5.
J. M. Ravel ltt.
O. W. Reckhart. lit. . .
Santa Fe Exchange and Com. 4X,
& H. Sutherland. 15.
A at Men Uberal. $
J. 3. Loturwetl, actinr rsadnaaa at ten
aati lalnlle aad aato accessor! eaausan
tee. made the folio vine report
J. Maloney. IS.
H- S. Bacalea. IS.
P. C Horry. Hl
r. G. Haagland, IS.
J. W. Kirkpatrlek. It.
EOlert-Garrett cosapaay. ISO.
W. a. Cook. $5.
R. E. Barker. I1M.
Jce WUIuuns. 15.
Raynsoad Dnraad. $5.
H. H. Ltpsey. $.
F. H. Mitchell. $!.
'Western Oil company. $1.
Flsk Rubber company. IS.
Oakland Sales com pa nr. !&.
Trl-State Motor company. tS.
HoteU, Ilotanrants, SUO0.
Hotels and restaoraatm. Roacoe Fast,
caaimua, reported a total amoaat aftht
of 114. They were
8. O. Hnnphr. r. $1.
B. Tyrone, life.
Loais Oniek, IM.
Floyd Weraber. IM.
O. Taaenbam. lis.
H. J. Hooper. 1M. L. M. S. (an OH-
Lsundriea. Cleaners. 31800.
Laundries and deaners. saeaertsers ta
the committee beaded by E. W. MltihaUJ,
reported SIS la bestda as UOuwm
Acme lanadry. 35.
Ellte lauadry. II.
Crawford Harrie. IS.
Edith Harrie. 15.
Elinor J. Harrie, IS.
George H. Harrie. $5.
Vm. H. Harrie. IS.
Mrs. C Harrie. It.
Crawford Harrie. 15.
Jaaaea Harrie. IS.
Ltde F. Raatn. $5.
Kleter and Hardlac, It.
M. Measa, II.
W. E. Lowe. St.
W. F. Monltoa. 15.
C L. Rnby. It.
W. J. Morebead. $5.
G- "W. MitcheU. SIM.
Mrs. M. Habsaas. IM.
D. H. Naboara, If.
a. C. Wilson. IS.
A. R- lIUMcan. 15.
O. A. Payne. IM.
H. O. Wilson. IM.
Wllson-Milllcan Co, II.
Xadiaa Naboura, IM.
Dairies Boy 150
J. H. Bromoerg. head of the davits
conmlttee. reported the following aub
acriptloas. totailnr I1M
Baasell Price. 15.
S. M. Bromberr. $54.
P. o. Brombsrr. ISO.
J. H. Bromberg, liftlk.
Mrs. J. H. Bmaberc Sloo.
Report 830 Sold.
C E. Kelly and Bant Drebta. rrrY
tee on saloons, dear men and ethtrv
reported the following; sabaerlptlSBa mak
J. H. Adams. IM.
0. C- Crismore. $&.
Sam Rowan. $24.
B. Gronauer. $504.
I. mar Davis. $504
Bohemian bar. IS09.
W. T. Hlxson. $150
Mrs. W. T. Hlxson. $14
Frank Turner. 1140.
J. n. Hoobs. t'.f'
J J. Adams, lion a
Sidney Vllmart lion
Martin McGnir. 1"0
n. H. Lane. 5.
1. Rnaldes. $14.
S. Aronst-ln. $34.
EL TV'.OANS (JOI.NO Ht'NTING.
W B Wat- 1-cr mlorff. R f. Rl..h- .
: f Uudv Frank M Mnrchl-on. H 1
in" ' liar.'x Rid arc orsan'zlnc i
T-t- jtt n h iri - Ih" Rh( "in'ii -'
"'It n. 1 a' 'nr. t'- - ' Z"
COME in earlv !fturday morning and let the ELMO
expert demonstrator give you a FREE exhibition of
how to secure a beautiful complexion. A complete set ot
Ebao including tissue builder, cucumber
ercABs. cleftBsiBg cream and powder for
MAIL ORDER SERVICE
OUR Mail Order Service is as perfect as human skill can
make it. All orders receive the personal attention cf
"BETTY THE SHOPPER" who is a well knows authority
on styles and values. When in need of anything write her
in care THE WHITE HOUSE.
r "Week End Specials S
A Vast AiTay Of
NE"W SERGE DRESSES
On The Second Floor
EVERY shipment of these
wonderful Serge Dress
es at $15 ooershadows the
last one. These values make
the talk of ihe high cost of
lioing a farce. Never in all
our history have We offered
such beautiful dresses at such
a very low price.
Shown in plain la'dofed and pleated
models in every good color of the
season. Most all trimmed kh braid
and embroidered designs. A vide and
varied showmg of new ifjJe for
misses and women on -i CT
the second floor at f 1J
A SPECIAL Sale in oar EN
LARGED ECONOMY BASE
MENT of women's and roees'
trimmed and tailored hats. A spe
cial purchase for Saturday getting.
Up to KMjn
25c Wool Pewder Pafft 15c
25c Siie WHeh Haiei 15c
SBc Kintho Face Cream . ....35c
1st Sire Jergea's Lation -ISc
Jap Rose Sap, 3 Cakes 25c
Weedbsry's Facial Sap .QC
Large SizeListerine 69c
Dr. Lyon's Twoth Pawner 15c
Jergen' Bath Tablets .JOc
Hind's Hey & Almesxi ggc
Mentbelatnm, Oar Prie QC
4 Or. Red Crss Abs. Cotton. . 19c
Big Ant Chameis Skin... f 1.00
50c Rnbber Sponge 38c
2je Tooth Brashes, each 0c
25c Kail Brnshe, each 10c
Gd Whisk Brooms Fei 10c
Sat Night 6 to 8:30
EXTRA 16 Or. Bettles in 25c Site
Peroxide, Limit 2,
EXTRA 510 Sire Battles Gm
rand's Oriental Cream, Limit 1,
Settle f 1.00
NOTE: Extra Salespeople and
Wrappers to Give Yen Qaiek Serv
ice. Buy Your ToUet Goods Here
and SAVE MONEY.
Ob The Main Floor
WOMEN'S FIBRE SILK HOSE Fine
quality fibre silk hosiery in black or
white. Double soles, heels tf-j AA
and toes. Three pairs TJ..VL
WOMEN'S ALL SILK HOSE $1.00 Pure
thread silk Hosiery with extra spliced
heel, doable soles and toes. Deep lisle
rt . ....1100
525 SILK BLOUSES Sl.95 Tin hn
dred new silk Blouses in flesh, white
and Mack. Tailored and fancy mod-
WOMEN'S KXD GLOVES $1-50 -Xew
all white and black style with
NEW OUTING GOWNS AT 75 Wont
ens heavy quality outing gowns in
high and low seek styles. 7
White and stripes. Choke C UC
JAP QUILTED VESTS $1J Women's
new Jap silk quilted rests without
sleeves to wear under coat. (f
A fate vatne at ? l.UU
S2jM "BETTY" CORSETS S1J9 Fancy
broehe in pink or white and 4am eoatil
materials. .New models witfe stce trim
mings. tSJW Tahtes
$te BOUDOIR CAPS 79t WasbaUe
satin ami crepe de chine Boudoir rang in
all the pretty colors. Beautiful trim
ming. 91jM values 'ZQc
GLOVE SILK VESTS AT $1.00 Wom
en's low neck Bteerdm 1 glove silk
3t ,1".."d,lje. 100
5435 UNION SUITS $195 Women's
and nuMcs genuine Italian silk onion
suits. BtootBer l-iee. CO OCT
$495 values. Special TAUU
Children sllnderwr Hosiery
New Main Floor Department
CHILDREN'S VESTS AND PANTS
In Winter weight knitted styles. All
sizes. Price the O CT
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS lo
medium weight cotton "fleece styles.
AH sizes. Price the
Garment iJ s
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY 20c Good
School Hosiery in ribbed cottos. Re
inforced. 3 pairs for O
50c The Pair UC
BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY 25c
Americas best Hosiery for chikkejt.
Black aad white.
The Pair jQ UC
Specials In Our New
On The Third Floor
$3.95 HATS FOR $2.95 Chil
dren's and Girls" new Hats and Bon
nets in the new cap shapes. Styles
for girls up to 14 yrs. $3.95 values.
$4.00 SERGE DRESSES $2.95
Sizes 2 to 14 yrs. for children and
girls. Made of all wool serge and
novelty mixtures in Fall colors.
$4.00 values. 3rd Q Q JT
Floor Special ....Y A.CJ
$4.95 COATS FOR $3.95 New
Fall and Winter models for children
and girls 2 to 14 yrs. Made of good
wool materials in pretty colors
$4.95 values. 3rd $ Q Q T
Floor Special ... T O J iJ
95c GINGHAM DRESSES 79c 35
dozen dresses for children and girls.
Sizes 2 to 14 yrs. Nicely tailored.
95c values. 3rd F7
Floor Special ( J Q,
HAIR RIBBONS, THE YD. 35c
Beautiful light and dark colored silk
hair ribbons for school war. A
large assortment of new pattern.
A 3rd Floor
Special. The yard .... OUC
HAIR RIBBON BOWS 75c Rich
colors and attractive designs. All
made ready to wear and equipped
with an artwtic bow fastener. A
3rd Floor Leader f7jr
at X OC
LINGERIE RIBBONS in five yard
bohs. Shown in light blue, pink
Size No. 1, Three Bolts .... 25c
Size No. 1, Two Bolts 25c
Size No. 2, The Bolt 1EC
65c OUTING SLEEPERS 48c
Made of soft finished pink & Woe
stripe outing flannel with feet and
drop seat. Sizes 3 to 10. 65c
values. Thire AQn
FOR Saturday Setting in oar new
"Main Floor" DepnrtaMStt foe
Children we have selected osw of
our best numbers whadi is equally
good for school or dress wear.
Made of genuine Dongoh kid in
black cloth button top style. Broad
roomy tee with patent leather
tips. Guaranteed Mies.
S2M values, s t 8 f 1.65
52.50 values, SH te 11.... f 195
$3.00 valaes, n4 t 2. . . .$ 2.55
"Little Plaza Phone 4580"
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