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Plot P1 os secondclass aecoad clasa matter r under Act of ofCongress ofCongTe ofISiOI
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r The Times Unions cartoonist is isimproving Isfl1lprovln1r fsImproving
improving nnd the cartoons render renderthe renderthe renderthe
the paper decidedly more interest interesting illt hmterestr rest restfng ¬
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f Next Monday Mon ay is Legal Sales day daymid dnyand Y Yand
and some valuable property will be besold besold besold
sold before the court house door hithls in intliis hi hitbis
tliis city cityCotton cityCotton citym
m I Cotton is said to begohig be going higher higherbut
f but there is nothing strange or un unusual unusual tinusual ¬
usual about thlatjts that ts s out of the thefarmers thefarmers theR
R farmers hands handsJames handsJames
1 James Alexander DeLands can candidate canI candldate candilate ¬ I
dilate for Congress has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from Hot Springs Ark and will willdoubtless willdoubtless willLI
LI doubtless It now get down to business businessWhat businessWhat bullmeSsWhat
What a glorious old world this thiswould thiswould thisy
y would be if all men everywhere everywherewould everywherewoutd everywhereh
h would speak as well of their living livingneighbors livingneIghbors livingk
k nelgl neighbors hors as they do of the dead deadThe deadThe leadThe
The Czar might do well to remember rei re remember ¬
i member the fate of Unman just justwhen jl1stwhen Justwhen
> when ho thought he had arranged ar arranged arranged ¬
° ranged to have all the Jews put to todeath todeath tof
death deathRichmond deathRichmond deathA
A I Richmond Va is enjoying en Q
I a street railway employes strike strikeIt
j W e It is too bad that capital and labor laborcan laborcau laborcan
r can not better agree and have less lessof lessof
r of fussing fussingIf
i If the Gainesville base ball team teamdoes team10es teamfloes
does up Jacksonville as it did Val Valdostas Valdostas Vatii
dostas here lere this week win three threesuccessive threesuccessive
1 successive games we will oil say saywell s sa y yweU
1 r a well doseAlachua done doneAlachua loneAlachull
Alachua county Is fast becoming becomingone
one of the leading peach and pccou pccougrowing pecongrowing pIcongrowing
growing counties in the State StateThe Statei
i The pecon industry is destined to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become a big thing for Florida FloridaPeary FlorldnPCIUY Floridar
r x Peaty is credited with saying he hewill h hw111 her
i r will undertake another polar ex expcdition expedltlon exS
S pcdition it 150000 150 000 can be raised raisedfor raisedfor
1 L u for the purpose There arc many manyother manyThe manyother
other persons who would under utidertake undertake
take almost anything on the samecoudition same samecondition
condition conditionIt
It would be hard to picture or
6 1 ange groves in a more perfect con condition condition ¬
dition than those of De Solo coma county ¬
o 4 4o ty Thrifty vigorous and loaded loadedwith t tI
I t with fruit with neither insects norh nor nordisease
h disease to cause worry wort Wauchnla WauchnlaAdvocate r auchulaAdvocate
Advocate AdvocateThe
The people of South America Americamust Americamtlst AmericaI
I must be behind the times A gen gentlemnu gentleman gentlemaa
tlemnu who bas traveled some in inSouth inSouth ini
i South America says that during his hisstay hisstay hist
t stay over there he never saw a him himdrcd hl1l1dred
j I m tired copies of the GAINItsvt GAINHSVIILK GAINHSVIILKWealth GAJNUSVJIIIttwIcnA ttI t
twIcnA A JUtK STAR STARWealth STARWealth
Wealth docs not make a man a arascal a1tISC41 arascal
rascal nor does poverty make him hima
a gentleman We hqve good andbad and andbad nndbad
bad rich men and bad and good goodpoor goodpoor goodt
t poor men Money does not nat naturally l1atura11y naturally
urally add to a mans virtues nor nordoes 1I0rdoes norE
E does the want of it add to ones onesvices oncsvices onest4
F t4 vices
Are you ou going g oin g away for f or the sum summerx slIInsuer sunsinert
merx suer inert If so you should shoulclnrrnllgc arrange for forTim forTnu forTrim
Tim STAR to follow you Wher Wherever Wherever Vherever ¬
ever you tuny be b whether in the themountains theJUoUl1tailltl flitnnountaltls
mountains of 0 f North Carolina the tliecityof thecltyof
1 j elty cityof of New York or in the moon moonyou moonyou
moon you would enjoy a twiceaweek twiceaweekvisit twice n week weekvisit
visit from TUB GAINCSVIUK GAI x r + svltIR STAR STARKdltor STAREditor STAREditor
Editor Frank Harris the tal tatented talented talented ¬
ented and popular editor of the theOcala thcOcnln
I Ocala Danner has announced that thathe thnthe thatM
M he will w1l1not not V > e ea > a candidate for theoffice the theoffice theoffice
office of State Superintendent Su 1 1cr unlcudcut ofPublic of ofPublic ofPublic
Public Instruction He thanks his 1n1Sadmirers hisadmirers hisAdmirers
admirers for the nice things they the
have been saying about him but butt
= t declines to become a candidate candidateAlachua candidateAlachua ate ateAlachua
Alachua county is not notGillone only 0111 one oneof oneof
of the banner agricultural counties
In Florida but she stands at the filet
t head of all
counties coun in
average at atlendanceof atIcndance attendance
lendanceof o Qfchi1dren children in the publicscb public publicschoolsrXShe
1 scb schoolsrXShe C fl ° She has 4745 Alacl Alachua Alachuanot AlnchuaJUIlY Ara Aramay
II may not have the largest number numberof
of children but it is lSery very cledilable cledilableJo cued stable stableto
Jo to have l1ve all in school Duval Jack Jacksonvjlle JncksoJ1vjl1e Jackf
f sonvjlle the largest populated populatedc popn1atOOceuuty
R f ceuut c ceuuty unty Y jn i n nthe the State Ste le falls below belowAlachua bylawAlachua
Alachua AI chua 240 HilUborough HilUboroughTampa llillliborolighTawpafsa Iiillsborou 11 11xawpa
Tampa Tawpafsa Isaclosesecqud is a close second to Duval Duvalonly Duvalouly DuvalDaly
only being J18 18 behind Marion MarionOcala MarionOcaIa MarionOcala
t Ocala another fine agricultural agriculturalPpunty agriculturalOl1plybl5
county Ol1plybl5 has an average aver e attendance
gat l 4175 which is only nl Wl 1 less lesswal JessUsl lessh
ti h than 411x 411xfit Usl Duval wal alJackso1 Jacksonville VlUe < ° Metrop etrop
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City Attorney J M Dorrs ofJacksonville of ofJacksonville ofJacksonvlllc
Jacksonville and one of the mostbrilllnul most mostbrilliant 1U0stbrillmIl
brilliant lawyers in the Stale and andn
a prominent rOllllnclltcllndldnte candidate for Congress Congressdoes Congressdocs Congressdoes
does not mince matters when he hetalks hetalks lietalks
talks about taxation of franchises franchisesHe
He believes that railroad companies companiesand
and other corporations should pay paytheir pnytheIr paytheir
their share of the taxesand taxes and he helocs hedocs bedoes
docs not hesitate to tObny say soas the thefollowing thefollowIngextracts thefoilowingextracts
following followIngextracts extracts from an inter interview InterIew interview ¬
view with him published pl1bll I d in a recent reccutissue receutIssue recentissue
issue of the Metropolis Metrop MetroPoilswill n will show showsCITY showf showCITY showCITY
The question questi n of the right to totux tohue totux
tux franchises fr is one of great inter interest Interest litterest
est not only to thecitlzeas the citizens of Jacksonvilie Jack Jacksonville Jacksonvllle ¬
sonville but to the th citizens of the theState theStrite theSlate
State as well I am aware that the theattorneys thenttorueys theattorneys
attorneys for the great corporations corporationsipsist
ipsist that taxation of franchises istmconstitulional is isunconstitutional Isunconstitutional
unconstitutional I am also awarethat aware awarehat nVarethat
that they maintain that about everyother every everyother ever everot1ler
other law which requires their cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration clients to pay taxes or toobey to toobey toobey
obey any law other than their own owniwect ownswcet ownsweet
sweet will is unconstitutional unconstitutionalThey
They have to make those claims claimsor I Ior
or they would not keep their po positions positions posltions ¬
sitions with the corporations But ButI
I am also aware that the courts courtshold courtshold courtshold
hold otherwise I well remember rememberthat
that when I was first elected city cityattorney cityattorney cityattorney
attorney in 1880 I found that therailroad the therailroad theml1road
railroad companies then owed the thecity thecity thecity
city taxes for many mau years cnrs whichthey which whichthey whichthey
they claimed had been illegally as assessed assesscd assessed ¬
sessed I brought Suit during my myfirst myfirst myfirst
first term as city attorney and the thecourts Ulecourts timecourts
courts disagreed with the able ablecounsel nblecounsel ablecounsel
counsel for the railroads and I Ithen Ithen Ithen
then at one time In 1890 collected collectedmore collectedmore
more taxes than the railroads had hadpaid hadtmld
paid all told to the city since the
war I found that under the then thenexisting thenexisting I Iexlstln
existing exlstln laws the railroad property propertyIn
In the city was assessed at rcdicu rcdiculously redlculously redicubusty +
lously low figures The Florida FloridaCentral lrloridaCentral IorldaCentral
Central and Pe Peninsular insulur Railway Railwnyproperty Railwayproperty Uallwayproperty
property in the city c1tlands lands and andBuildings andbuildings andbuildings
Buildings nlone nlouewere were worth at the thevery thever thevery
very very ver least 000000 1 and yet the theentire thecutin timeentire
entire real estate rolling ro1l1u stock and andpersonal andper50nul andpersonal
personal property was assessed atonly at ntonly23000 atonly
only23000 only 23UOO less It s than 2 percent percentof per centof cent centof
of the value of the real estate alone alonewhile n10ncwblte alonewhile
while the poor tint owning a homeworth home homeworth homeworth
worth 1000 was in many in instances Instances instances ¬
stances assessed at 00 per r cent c < nl o oits oits of ofits
its value and I had to sue the railroad rail railroad raUroad
road company for several years yearsback yearback yearsback
back taxes to collect on even that thatvaluation thai thaivaluation thatvaluttou
valuation valuationACT
In 1803 181 > 3 I prepared and ud the timeLegislature theLegislature t11eregislnture
Legislature passed pa ld an net provid providing 1lrovidIng providlug ¬
ing forN for o taxation by the city clt of ofJacksonville ofJacksonville ofJacksonville
Jacksonville an follows Railway Railwayand Unihnand
and railroad companies shall be besubject besubject besubject
subject to taxation oil OJI o i nil real es estate estate estale ¬
tate nml personal property owned ownedby owncdby ownedby
by them within the limits of the thecorporntion thecorporntfon timecorporation
corporation in the same manner mannerand mnnl1crand umnuerand
and at the same rate of valuation as osother asother asother
other property propertyNow propcrtNow propertyNow
Now It would appear to any auyone nuyonc anyone
one excepting only onl corporation at attorneys attorncs attorneys ¬
torneys that the provision of law lawjust Inwjust lawjust
just quoted was about as heftiest heftiestfair ho1estfClir bouestfair
fair and constitutional as any law
could be but it was just as prompt promptly ¬
ly 1 and just as positively > and just as nsunanimously asunauimous asunanimously
unanimously unauimous declared devla cd unconstitu unconstitutional uncollstitutlonal uncoastitutioual ¬
tional as is any an other effort to ta tacorporations tax taxcorporatious takcorporations
corporations Under that net the thevaluation then1uatlol timevaluation
valuation for taxation of the rail railroad railrOlld railroad ¬
road property in the city was in increased Increased increased ¬
creased that of the Florida Central Centraland Centra1And Centraland
and Peninsular l from 23900 to
747000 which latter valuation valuationwas
was less < 1 proportionately than
most of the real estate in the city cityOf cityor cityof
Of course the attorneys of the theFlorida theFlorldn theFlorida
Florida Central and Peninsular and andother andother andother
other railroads here declared that thatclearly thatclear thatclearly
clearly clear unconstitutional but the thecourts thecourts timecourts
courts held otherwise and I collect collected ¬
ed every ever cent due the city clt on that thatassessment thatassessment thatassessment
assessment with interest and nttor attorneys nttorneys nttormieys ¬
neys fees NoW No nearly uc nrly all the thecities thlcities thecities
cities in the State have copied ourcity our ourcity onrcit
city cit tax act and collect those taxes taxesQtWSTION taxesQUISTJON taxes2UUSDION
And it Is only 011 when all proper property ¬
ty t of all individuals and corpora corporations corporntfollS corporations ¬
tions arc assessed alike on the saute sautebasis samebasis sautebasis
basis of valuation that justice can
done Instead It steac1 of the rule so sogenerally sogencrnl1y sogenerally
generally adopted and so strenu strenuously strcnuollsly strenuously
ously fought for by b those owning owningproperty owningproptrt owrmingproperty
property of great value whereby wherebyproperty whereb wherebpropert wherebyproperty
property worth 1000000 is as nssessed assessed liSsc ¬
sessed sc > Sed at 100000 200000 or
300000 while property worth worth1OUo
1000 is assessed at 000 00 should atleast at atleast atleast
least be abandoned if not reversedOur reversed reversedOur leer ed edOur
Our esteemed contemporary the theJacksonville theJ timeJacksonville
Jacksonville J Metropolis cartoons cartoonsGovernor cnrtoonsGovernor cartoonsGovernor
Governor Jennings resting in a nhammock ahammock ahammock
hammock at his Hrooksville home homeand hOIlll1ud homeamid I
and enjoying reading letters of con conRratulation conratulatiol comagratulation
Rratulation on his veto of A PART PAHTof PARTof TAUTof
of that appropriation a bill The TheMetropolis TheMttrolJlls TheMetropolis
Metropolis shows in the picture pictureonly plctufeonly pictureonly
only the H letters of congratulation congratulationat
at first but possibly po ib1y it will show showthe sho shothe shoothe
the otbers in a succeeding cartoon
1 1TIm
Some of the State papers pap rs havehad have havehad havchad
had much to say on one side of the theWailcs theV timeWailes
Wailcs V nlles Claims Question and ancinow ancinowthe now nowthe nowtime
the Kissimmee Valley Gazette is isbringing IsbrlnRlng isbringing
bringing up the other side as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows lowsCI
CI At the time the Wailcs Claim Claims CAlmWIS Claimwas
was s under consideration in n the Sen Senate SCIIate Seimate ¬
ate daily press dispatches seemed to toreport toreport toreport
report but one side ot it t and as asa asarcsult a aresult i iresult
result the pess p css of the State almost almostunanimously almostunanlmollsly j junarm
unanimously unarm monsly favored the majority majorityreport majorityreport majorityreport
report of the Senate Judiciary Com Committee Committcc Comnmtttee ¬
mittee mitteeA
If A careful study of the minority minorityreport minorityreport minorityreport
report of that committee reveals revealsvery revcatsvery revealsvery
very strong 8tron arguments in favor of ofhc ofthe ofthe
the payment of 25000 and no pomore nomore QOmarc
more It is claimed with confi confideuce confidence confmdeuce
deuce that noGovcrrurhas no Govern r has aright arightto
to enter into a contract to pay Mr MrWailes MrWallcs MrWailes
Wailes or anybody else for servi services ¬
ces such as he claims to have per performed performed performed
formed and to fix compensation compensationtherefor compcnsatlontherefor compensationtherefor
therefor unless the Legislature Legislatureshall
shall specifically confer that author authority authority ¬
ity It is with equal confidencedenied confidence confidencedenied confidencedented
denied that the Legislature gave gaveany gaveQny gaveany
any such authority at any time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Legislature spoke only twice twiceon
on this subject once in 1877 and andonce andnce andonce
once once in 1870 In 1877 it author authorIzcd authorl7cd authorired
Izcd the Governor Ito to nppolnt at atagent nuagent anagent
agent to adjust and settle all claim claimbetween claimsbetwcen clalnrsbetween
between theStatc the Stnte8ud nd United States Stategovernment Statesgovernmcnt Statesgovernment
government growing out of the WAr wnwith WArwith warwith
with the Seminole Indians in the theyears theyears theyears
years 18501807 as well as other otherclaims otherclaims otherclaimims
claims that may exist between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two governments mid providing providingthat
that the expenses of such agent agentshall agentshall
shall be paid out of the amount amountappropriated amount1I1proprlalcd amountappropriated
appropriated for contingent expen expenses ¬
ses of the State and shall not ex ¬
teed the sum of 800 800Clearly 8OQClcar1y 800Clearly
Clearly the Legislature regard regarded
ed this work simply as a matter of ofbookkeeping ofbookkeepingand ofbookkeepingamid
bookkeeping bookkeepingand and adjustment of ofaccounts ofaccounts ofaccounts
accounts accountsWhen accountsWhen accountsWhen
When the Legislature of 1870 1879convened 1870convened 1870convened
convened the work had not been beendone becndone beendone
done so that another law chapter c1mptern
4118 n 18 was enacted which provided providedamongst provldet1amongst providedamongst
amongst other things that thatThe thatII thatThe
II The 1heGovernor Governor is hereby au authorized authorized nuthorized ¬
thorized and empowered to appoint appointa
a Commissioner Coni missioner with power to proceed pro proceed proceed ¬
ceed to Washington and adjust the theclaims UICc1nlms timeclahns
claims of the State of Florida Floridaagainst Floridaagainst Ploridaagainst
against the United States and andproviding IItldproviding andproviding
providing further that the sum sumof SUIIIof sutraof
of two thousand dollars or so somuch 50much somuch
much thereof as may mn be necessary necessaryfrom necessaryrotlll1n necessaryfroul
from rotlll1n any moneys mon s in the State Treas Treastuy TrcaItry Treasmiry
miry not otherwise appropriated is ishereby 111IItreb ishereby
hereby IItreb appropriated to pay tli tliKXiitNSrt time thtItlJlNSR timemtxrKNsc
KXiitNSrt of the said Commissioner Commissionerto Comunmi siouer siouerto
to Washington and the INCFDKN INCFDKNIT JNCrnICNLTAr INcrnitNhTAI
LTAr IT A i expense of said Commis Commission Commisshim is isBOIf ¬
The Commission Cow mission mentioned mentionedwas
was a Commission of three persons personsto
to be appointed to examine and ap impprove approve approve ¬
prove or reject the warrants known knownas
as the Wil Wilitcuis ileums warrants These TheseCommissioners TheseCommissioners TheseCommissioners
Commissioners were in no wise wiseconnected wl wiseconnected c cconnectcd
connected with the Commissioner Commissionerto
to be appointed to proceed to Wash Washington Was11ington Washiugton ¬
ington to adjust the claims of the theState theState timeState
State against the United States StatesYet StatesYet StatesYet
Yet the incidental expenses of
the Commission and the entire ex expense expensc cxpease
pease or cost to the State of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Commissioners must not exceed
2000 2000This 2000This 2000This
This legislative action wouldseem would wouldseem wouldsecm
seem to actually prohibit the mak making making umaking ¬
ing of such a contract as would wouldgive wou1dghc wouldgive
give any till agent ANY contingent fee feemuch fcemuch feemuch
much less any an fee that would wouldamount wouldnmount wouldamount
amount to 77000 or 1Q3000 as
proposed by some of the members membersof
of the Senate Committee CommitteeBesides COI CoranmitteeBesides 1l11ittee 1l11itteeksldcs
Besides having no valid contract contractfor contractforreasomisabove
for forreasomisabove reasons above stated Mr Wailes Waileswas
was ns appointed by b the trustees oi oithe 01the oftime
the Internal Improvement Fund to toperform toperform toperform
perform certain perfunctory service servicebefore servicebeforc servicebefore
before the Department of the Inte Interior Interlo luteriar ¬
rior rlo > r at Washington for which he hewas hewns hewas
was paid and has actually actual1 received
24819104 acres of land pretty prettyliberal prettlibera1 prettyliberal
liberal pay pa for eight years ears partial partialemployment partl01emp10meut partialermploymeut
employment At a value of l per peracre perncre peracre
acre this would equal 3039788 3039788per
per year yearCapt yearCapL enr enrCnpt
Capt D E Maxwell has resigned resignedhis I
his position as superintendent of
the sixth division of the Seaboard SeaboardAir
Air Line railroad and Mr A P PConnolly pC0l1l1011 1 1Connolly
Connolly C0l1l1011 has been appointed to fill fillthe fiUthe filltime
the vacancy flcanc Capt Maxwell has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been a valuable man to the com conpan company compan ¬
pan and nndit it is believed that MrConnolly Mr MrConnolly MrConnolly
Connolly will prove himself a worthy wor worthy wortth ¬
thy th successor of n good ood official officialCapt officln1Capt ofiicinlCapt
Capt N B Droward several severaltimes severnlII severaltines
times II mes sheriff of Duval county is ismentioned islUeutloned ismentioned
mentioned as a probable candidate candidatefor
for the governorship There seems seemsto
to be plenty of mcu who are arewill arewilllug will willing viUlug ¬
lug to be governor but since therewill there therewill therewill
will be more thau two candidates candidatesperhaps candidatesperhalls candidatesperhaps
perhaps the more the better If Ifcandidates Ifcandidates Ifcandidates
candidates continue to bob up
Gainesville may yet et decide de idc to furnislr fur furulsh furnish
ulsh one
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In InStock InS InSing Stock and are constantly receiv receiving receiving
ing uptodate Shoes for Men MenWomen 1lenW MenWimen
Women W dmen and Children n at popular popularprices popularprices a
prices and of the th best bc t makesWeCall makes makesWe it itWe
We WeCall WeCallParticular Call CallParticular 1 1Particular
Particular attention to theIadies theIadiesBrockport the I aches adiesBrockport achesf
Brockport f and Mens All Amer America America ¬ I
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and ICI ICS I > but the I xC < SJ EO that melts the slowest is the thethat ICE ICEthat I E Ethat
that lasts the longest and the ICE you want and such is the tUeICE theICE theICE
ICE manufactured by b the theSuccess theSuccess theSuccess
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And which is delivered at anywhere tytvl tere and and in any quantities guantitie3WE quantitiesWE quantitieWE
A trial order that iwe we may m y convince you youyou youy youyou
you y u that thttit it it pay pays to buy Ice that meltsslowly melts meltsslowly n1eltsslow
slowly slow ly <
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Deliver Ice l e at your door if you live in thecity th thi
city and ship shAtransportation i p it to you if you ou live on anytransportation an y
transportation Cos line lineSuccess HneSuccess lineSuccess
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style of writing your OUr movement movementand movementapd utovemneutapd
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a simple method hpw l w to sketch and
draw some of the prettiest pictures picturesthat picturestbat picturesthat
that ever and anon linger aroundSour around aroundiour aroundour
Sour our mindDrawing mind mindDrawing miudDrawing
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best paying professions prof ssious besides it is isnot Isnot isriot
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fun when you ou know how Write Writeor Vriteor
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spirited and yet yetsafe I Isafe Ibuggy
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them em to match matchHeavy matchIIeavyweight matchHeavy
Heavy IIeavyweight weight mulessuitable mules mulessuitable mulessuitablc
suitable for logging to in and andturpentine andfurpentine
turpentine fur entlne purposes and andWagons andWagons andWa I
Wagons Wa ens Harness Sad Saddles SaddIes Saddies ¬
dIes Bridles Etc Etcat Etcatrites at atprices atprices
prices rites to suit t I
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