The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 21, 1886, Image 2

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THE THIUMFHANT TRIO !
First Trans-Continental
Tour,
From Ocean to Ocean!
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ENORMOUS
Railroad Shows!
WILL, EXHIBIT AT
RED CLOUD
P
ON
THURSDAY, JUNE 3,
The Rkd Cloud Chief
A.C.HOSMER
Propiletor
FKIDAY .MAY 21 l'-SG
COWLES.
From Atbtntic'y Euy Marts to
Pacific's Ooklon She res!
Thf (ra,it-j.rtrt.,ijn of t:.;- j.r .J.u,i-'H.
thri'-riil.ir'-tl ,fcT'til .!i .f r-!i.i-,
coii-i-fiiifj ii-it lu-. i,f M0I.I" MOV
KHAL, H.NUfLAK, H: I K A T K
SHOW.- SLN)1MKD, i uiu r-nll;.-pronounced
t Ic ino-t bnznrdoti- uu
doriukiiiK cr known '.n tin- world of
amusement-. I Sut wbcn the SKl.I.S
IJKOl 1 1 KKS decided to vi-itCiihftiriiii
the '-'t about roiicijtrii'iii an ALL
MONOPOLIZING .MAMMOTH MArf
TOIKLN ot-.l with
3CirciNi3Mmriis
s
A ati-f im -.it i-t y ot startling pciisi
tion.H and xtraoriiinary exhibition of
eai Ill's rhoice-t wonder-, the vaMnes
of which t i pnrlicuhiiie would fill a
book and ovcr.low the columns of the
Jurist iic.wsp.iner. Heinjj a union oi
three distinct concerns it i- more than
THREE TIMES
Fine weather, and larmers are all
busy planting corn, mostly by ILa tirjjr.
Hirthday partial are getting to the
froiit a'ain. Mr.-. Dr. Schenck was
the recipient of a few valuaolo pres
ents on .Saturday, the loth, that beia
her .Oith birthday.
The friend oi Miss Alice Crawley
made her hanpy on Mon jay evening
the 17th. the 20th anniversary of her
birthday, by numeious presents.
A number of the friends of Judge
McKeijjhan from this place made that
gentleman a pleasant call on Tuesday
yvenin j,', on the occasion of the anni
versary of hi.-, birthday.
Wo wi1j to remind our many Iriends
that we are rather favorable to such
parties. (Our family record can be
-.ten by applving to our wife.)
J. I). Schenck has sold his interest
it th- livery bu-.incs's to Allen Carpen
ter, who will accommodate the travel
ling public with good rig. on reason
able tern).-.
Married, bv C. Schenck. Iwi.. on
May l.'.at the residence of the bride's
parent-, Mr. .John Uurr to Mis-j I'o3
.inn.t SalUman, all of Webeter county.
'J'iie (Jo.jd Templars of C'ow'es ex
pert to hae a good timo Friday oven
mg, May 2r. Suk notice in naothei
column. L. H.
Dr. Johnson, James I'aden, and .1. 1
Ward .-.pent '1 tie-day in IJlue Hill.
A. A Teak spent the latter "part of
Ia-t week in I'lattsmouth.
John I'eak has returned from
r.enkelman to look after his claim in
Cowles.
L. C. Gilbort w:ls in Hastings 'Iucs
tlay. How are your garden? after the
fro-t of Friday niht.
If. . Harvey, the gentlemanly
tr.i ellmsv .-ale.-man for J. L. Mc
Donald t Co., of St. Joseph, Mo., wa
in the city Saturday,
Mr. K. Huzick" ':vrtc:I- Tuesday
ijj'.'i- ;:- ;,;hkefman to live otit the
alloted time lequired by "I'ncle Sam"
on h r ln)in'.-tMd.
Amboy is now a telegraph .-tation,
an office having been ut there this
week.
I). I'. I'.uzick was in Cluide Kock on
Monday. W.
PLEASANT HILL.
wind and shower Sundiv
A light
morning.
Jots of corn going in this weeK
which i. most ftl! lifted. There are
two new litois ia the neighborhood.
Mr. Beal has one and Mr. Richardson
has the other.
School began and the teacho
doing well. Scholars on roll. 2o.
Mr. Post is on a trip to California
aad Colorado to locate a farm, and we
hope he will bo prosperous.
There will lie quarterly mfeiiair at
Pleasant Hill r-chool houe next Satur
day, afternoon and evening, and on
Sundav.
Whence came the rain that vanished
o quickly
.N".. FoRTV.
V7ALNUT CREEK.
Grandma Gilham fell last Thursday
and put her shoulder out of place.
Mr. Harlow Holdrege ar.d wife were
vi.-iting their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Holdrege, la.-i Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Himan Koldrege have
a n-v daughtf-r.
Mr. Holcoii'b, from Wymore, ha."
re n tod the "arver and Cieghorn farm
Mr. K Follet has a visitor, supposed f
to be from the oa?t. '
M-. S. li. Ki7er ha-: returned htn"
from Ohio. Her health i very mu-h
improved. !
Mr. Storey ih again visiting in our
neighborhood Blta.
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GO TO
THE OLD RELIABLE
FURNITU
i;E
STORE.
INAVALE.
Than any arcnic etab'i-imion? or wild
heast hiw that ever cr --cd the cmiti
nent, requirini: tlirt e time- tin- mN
ed -apiial ti.NK MILLln.V DoL
LAb'S 1NVOLVKD' Three tones the
larfe-t raveling tram. tiirei times a.
niany emphne-. three times more ae
compll-hed ;ictor, lluvo tunes the
salary li-t, aui as a natuial cone
ciieuce three true- the fun and thiet
times mo e -how than voii ever -:iW
t,inc yon were horn. SF.LLS Ilh'OS
coiithlently expect to draw three tunc
?" many people as any of their prede
cessors. 'I hev have h iii IfiirJeen
year; 1 fore the j.uhlic and neer yet
"couitti ! Mthout their li.-t " Wh'M
the multitlidiuotts ln.is-es know that
besides
3 More Complete Me
nageries, Tlrin were evr lof.re put on wheels,
thev will aciu.ilh beh ! 1 tlie u!v
Mais and o'sil: hmiim
1 ttee the Inn vale correspotub nts are
all dead. movel away, or asleep, yet
our town is -till booming. One new
house jn-t completed, and two others
in pioce.-s of erection; al-o a new barn,
liyery stable, and drug store doing
hu-ines, as well as cheeso factoiy in
opeiatiou. .Messrs. Unicorn s new
farm machinery makes quite a display
also.
'orn planting is still in order, while
come line fields are up.
The -pi in.' is -till cool. Frost was
seen im Saturday morning and some
plants -how the etlects fif the fro-t.
Small grain looks fairly well while
grass has grown slowly, but now alfords
suHicient pa-turage to show a decided
improvement in the look- of -lock.
Sihools in Inavale "ami district II
aJe in pngre.-s, hoth with the same
ist winter, which -peak.-
lo:icbe!- as
well for the teachers
Nino.
lo-
it
Von on I'.Miit'iuon
LIVING GIRAFFE
They wil. thr-w up h.th h uuls, pit
aside all i-i! ami d u y ilutie-. and
seek ainu-ement and recrcati.n witn
15,000 other en-iKe -nils wlm at
eery point -eck
Sells' Stupendous Slews!
Two Porformaneos Daily, Ruin or
Shine.
Parade at 10 a. m. rorformancs at
1 and 7 p. m.
Excursions on all Kailmads at
Special KeJuood Rates. Trip Tickets
old. Inquire of your station agent.
2T B. At the end of the present
season the existing SKI LS" SYNDI
CATE of three show? will ne dissolved
and each separate est.iMt-hnunt re
sume its own proper circuit. Never
again will the three shows irael in
conjunction at one price of admission
to all.
Mr. Hard, of Cowles, Neb., has
cated heie. Has a pair of fine horses.
He will he in the livery and feed
-table w th L. N. Kdson. He ha.--ominenced
to build a residence.
Mr. Kartunsky has moved into his
new house.
Mr. crank Calson is building a resi
dence in town.
The Myers Bros, hare their drug
-tore completed, also their residence
about readv for occupation.
The 'acteal tlutd is coming into the
c eese factory quite freely, about 200't
lb- daily, with a good" pr pect of
doubling that amount before the season
is over.
Mrs. Leavitt. of the Valley House in
Ked Cloud, spent Sunday with friends
here.
Miss Amanda Brooks came down
from her homestead ir Frontier coun
ty ti see her father who has been quite
unwell, but is getting better. Svxik.
WALNUT CREEK.
STILLWATER.
Corn planting is the order ofjthe day
T. C. Bunnell has fenced a pastrre
II. Mclntyre has his home orna
mented with lightning rods.
John Coon has fifteen acres of potatoes-
planted.
There .va.- a meeting held at the
Reformed Presbyterian church on
Moa liv evening the y instant with
reference to the Sabbath aad temper
ance After devotional exercis.es W.
II. Middletoa was. chosen chairman
and I). D. M earns secretary. The
order of ex-rci-es were seiect reading,
a recitati'in. -oi.g and ad'lre.-s The
piece- selected weit; ot a hl'b tiftter
and were yf-:i received. The recita
tion tiy Miss Ada Hay.- was well per
formed. Mr. D. M. Hunter and class
Fang a ong entitled "Wine in the
Cup" which was well received. Rev
W. S. Fulton delivered an address
showing the benefits to be gained by
the nation, the family and the individ
ual by taking tin- Bible as the rule of
life. There were remarks made by
several others An expression of the
meeting was taken with reference to
forming a W. C T. l, and a commit
tee oi three ladies wa- appointed to
gather information regarding the W.
C. T. V. ami report at the next meet
ing. Arrangements were made to hold
another meeting the first Monday in
June. Rki'oiuj:k.
Stiiko Still On!
Morharl it Fulton will -ell the new
av is '.", burner, wroiigh' iron, smooth
top, automatic, -elf lighting gasoline
stove si) it with oven ca-h for $1 .ro.
.1 burner, with oven, in mated, 17 no !
New Fureka, 20x20 inch oven, with
30 pieces of tinware, spot ca.-h, net
?22O0.
No. S Cook and reservoir, complete,
with .'. pieces ware, spot ca.-h. net .J1)
A full line of the celebtated "Gar
land" cooks and ranges, finest goods
sold in the I'nited States.
Al.-o their immense stock of ranges,
cooks, shelf goods, wire cloth steel
goods, wooden, granite, planished
fancy, pre-sed and hollow ware, tools,
wood pumps, etc , etc., for spot ca.-h
10 per cent, di-count. Now is the
time to purcha-e, while the strike is
ON' Call and m-c them.
Gliddea b.irb wire, 5.35 net, spot
cash. 391-1
Moaoy to Loan.
Dr. Schenck has been appointed by
the Nebraska and Kansas Farm Loin
Company as their agent at Cowles.
Parties wishing loans will do well to
see the doctor. The company is pre
pared to make loans, at '.' per cent, and
in stuns to suit. 3LUf
- -
Money to Loan
On real estate in Nebraska or Kan
sas, interest at y per cent. No bonus
charged. Cuankv it Bkntlky.
37tf Red Cloud, Neb.
FRANK V TAYLOR, Prop.
Successor to R. L- Tinker,
Carries the largest stock of bed mom, parlor and kitchen
furniture and undertakers goods in the republican
valley. Oil paintings, picture frames etc
in great variety.
Give him a call.
Bank.
r
Opposite
rices very
First National
low.
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HAIL I HAIL! HAIL! HAIL !
Farmers of Nt I i-ka. in-uri ;. r r--w u cr-.j s in thi
Nebraska and Iowa Insurance Co.,
Against lo or dannge hv li.i.i
ia the state, with c .i-h
H.i- c -mp i i ts the Me-t, largest, and
.tj .t.u it 1 .i-- ts atnounting to over
bfcrit
$370,000.00
Conservative sn it- uiaungemont. it will not write to exceed ICO acres in any
section, consequently an e.n iy ajip.icatioii i neces-ary. Last sni.'on thi.
Company insured Tiious.ind-of Acres of t trowing crops for the farmers ff
Nebra-ka, and paid its numerous lo e- promjitiy and hheralb' and to the
entire satisfaction of it- in my c'aim.uits. I.r f.irthtr partn ulars .inquire of
C L. WINFREY, Agent.
At Sheriff's Office. Red Cloud, Neb.
Mr. Hollihaugh. of Red Cloud, has
rented Mr. Miller's farm that was
l.cely bought of Frank Jones.
The Craves family have moved on
their new farm south of J. D.
A'.lbauuh's residence. We welcome
them to our society.
Corn planting is nearly over. Kvery
o.ir the prospect of better crops Cr ws
brighter, anil the hearts of the people
are more and more cheered. Blta.
CATHERTON.
-erv;.'
(rate
Farmers in good spirits.
Luther Richards ;s numbered with
the sick. Dr. Kehler, of Wells is the
attending physician.
Rev. Davis, oi Red Cloud, is doiag n
good w rk in his mission to this part
W. H. Fuller has furnished his new
housr like any god citizen. He pur
chased his furaitnre in Red Cloud.
Miss Hannah O'Connor, of Bed
Cloud, was visiting at her parents' hist
week.
Oscar Bamev drives the fastest
horse on the divide.
Robert and Miss Flora McCallum
were visiting in Adams county last
week anioug relatives. Cat.
A cut load of the finest aad cheap
est furniture ever brought to Red
Cloud. F. V. Tayi.ok.
Successor to R. L 'linker
Important to Brooders ot Good
Draft Horpos.
Mr. .1. W. Small, of F.nrfi. M. Neb.
an exten-ive breeder and importer of
-ornian lior-es. will Keep ;.)r
marcs at the liver bam or tl ;
north of the Holland H.m-e.
Ono of his best Imported Norman
Horses, Blue Cloud,
Blue C olid l- a line d lpp'e gray, 17 j
hand- high, w.-ih- I-- pounds: large
bore. xct Men! 'mil'-. I'erfe-: form ano
proportion, fine s;!. and action, kind
di-po-itiua. aiiii a remarkable breeder.
Imported in 1--2
For Salo at a 3arjniu.
A new -even room house with four
lot-, situated in the most desirable
art of the
Inquirt
tax
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BRICK! BRICK!
We have ju.-t burned a kiln
of No. 1 Brie k, whidi is
ready
FOR DELIVERY !
To parties desiring t.. -aine
st : at
I Mir. '. l tin.', every peron (er.n. r '
DaacA'lh O PriPP T ! h'irJo-:: nr .'omnl tie.:. r.m:si..n' .
And a'-o -at. 1 r n-du e"l r - I'ar- j -nail pay liceaso tti of flvf i..oft ii.,...-
tie-de-.rmg ' . . i tra t wi.i do w. : i fur t-arh jar (ir fraction of .i vcar ir
to i all mi. j- hi : re p ;r . -i'g j jiTti -hnll hold or harbor -oca !-:iia;c
as we c j.i: i:i:c-e - iti-fa. '; u dog or Hitch,
-r-j-y -j-t T 11 P C1.-.- ' !" .1. '1 h city infcrhii! i bf!rly sn
W . XI. LiULUUW tx OU11. th..r:-d n:id folly em po''rel.jiad i:hU
Final Proof Notice.
ii Onl I toi mi- to I iiixr ii lit i
ullllie Ollli'rSlllii llll rlmriTi
llu.
i Hi- it nrdsnifd lv the Muror and City
(oii.fd of :ni cit f Ked Cloud, Web-ier
niMiij. Nfbra-kft
sf 1. That every peron mrain or
hirboruig snv dog in the cltv of it-d
"iin 1. hll pay a liccno Ui of I io:ri
i h 1 1 ai:s for tmch venr or f motion of
Will , i-.ir -nch person hll ovn Or harbr azv
dog.
skc :
N
long time
Farm Loans,
Farm loan- negotiated.
on nio-t tavorabie terms.
I-Miil tlCie at niiauii?!en. N-: . M.ij '.'.. I .
OIIf'K IS ill.KKIt i.IW.N T Ii V 1 IHK
toll'iwitig n.i"i-il tt.'-r ti i- ni- t imt.. !
h:s Intctition to ni.t tlimi i"-it in -'ii'tr! f
hi- claim, and iin -id jinf iin ni! V
luro clrJi nt Ui tlitri"t i-our; of W cb&trr oan
iv. ut Kl Cloud. Net., on iurlav. Jua at,
WILLIAM KI.OHHS.
on H'd. application No iojtm. for th sw K
'.. Uiwn 1. north lUr.sf i W He nmr Hj
ollov mi; Uti--s to pr hi- crtnnmjo!.. rr-
poo .iul ruitt atn o; -a.il !.i;iU. nz
on. .Mahlln foints. nil : lil t u.;.a. !
4.T. 5. W.WITZfclt. iSlte.-
boh. dntv to kill and destroy aay door
bitch. tfi owner or harborer of vbieh
-r. all noghict. or refn to pay thr Iiccae
tax heroin uapo-ed and in e-" the cttv
n.ar-hat l- ohall be ofuibl" on jaqojrv to
.iMV-rtmn the owr or h.rlrcr of aajr
do or bitch found ronnia cjoa lh
streets or alley of said city, it Sall be
hi duty i" kill and de;roy forthwith cc
do n; bjtcri.
Srr. 4 It hal! be the daty of any pe:
'on o-xr.ir..o
city. Call be lmueht on . idenct upoo.ndcu;tiat..n of -a.l
f . . V
.- r t iii.it ! .Jo-eph lfennelt. oim-r it io:.. jonn ucfin
I.. .14. 1 .IkfcV. .. H.kliM l,in. h .
arm .oan-
Uoans en
lB.KfV
Un -. ,,; r. ,.,... i.r,. ....... -;.k T I " .u.n
k. '! !4 'Jk t, i II iJ " al 1 t It. I." i I
out extra co-t. look to vour ne-t
(ie ' '"
Lepal Notice.
HELVKRV AND D 5 HKL
eri. non rti'i-:.: 'irjiiiian;
Yn are hrre'iy nei.fifd Its: r-n th
J. H. Smith will put up lightning
reds (or '25 cents per foot. The very
best steel rods u.-ed.
mtere-t- nd c;iu on me at mv olliee
ink.
I). B. rPVNoGLK.
over hirst iSational iinc
day
Mav. !--.. iTjnitrc.ai l!'n.i; 1U . k
omsh.i. Nfnri-..t. p t.uti". JJ.cJ t i-'jUea mi
tftf iti-tru-t c-'urt oi Wt-ier coosty. 'er3fra.
-tr.iint i,. ;r-. ;.tnd pmyer of trj'feto ar
t.wj)!.!.!. a ui1 ueut aiBst eaeh f u f '.:.
urn oi iioloi, .tb inter on ri"s ! t. -ri t
MoNi.y to loan at reasonable rat'. 5 on J hi jherateof tea per c.t t-r .. i.jb.mm u
goxvi personal or chattel secuntv. A:-m ; , .., .or,. xutr-i :. ; :.. k b
w r:.-r. arl !. t t v1
. T
if
furri. Ii!i!is mAtfo Ml lowe-t rate of w ir..-r. ar !!. t T ! .": i- x:!-l
llltereL t - t . L A 4 n ER. an.ir.r-i t! U j.-daUfi ca. : tr. !
3ot; AbGtmct Ullice. Ketl Lieuu. ; r-U if : iv xi:.chetl a --ir er-p-.. :..
Itch and scratches ot every kind ;';!;, u. : r.--t s. or : .. .
curei in 30 tmntite bv Woolford's -oi 1. aorta raue u -: c .i.o.t o-.
..Mt.T-- I ,xrion I'se nrt'.vh.- Tnis ' zrv tuna? ootiScl u answer er pKl : Hj,d
r-anita. Lowi . U. no one. . l ni? , ptillftm on iHY -jy. , day : J -r. ;&
never tail-. roiI ty hergu.-on A-1, o drug ; commercial, n.viiu.n al Bank or on viia.
ti;i t i i 4.i:ii '.-i v i .r.i.
.-'-- - . rerKaHryRro-.. it.-Attorneys
lk)v suits fr.vm ?I50 and upwra
t.-.t
WILL. EXHIBIT AT
Bloomiugtot), Friday, June 4.
Hastings, Saturday, June 5.
1 will sell cr exchange for young
stook at mv residence m Red Cloud,
hor,e lo inch sulkev nlow. one 12 inch ! os't w:! to call and Se: my prices notice go to the rr resuiuma:. -inn
... t - :. 1 ..al 1 1 h..nr I
i iva'.y.i r.iivinc tnriu i'"f : iiirTznr? .l an iiwviic.
ar-iVai i. k AAb iuw ,.,
tinea's mt from ?o6t ar.d uptvd-, a j
the Go'.den Kujje. 1
Notice.
Ml that wan; a ?iure mealon short
stirring plow one. iron corn sneller.
J. Tom l:x? ox.
Before you buy your furniture, and
ush to save money, go to Forrester's
He buys by the cat load.
F. V. Taylor,
Tinkers Old tand.
The best and chemes: line of laces
Hamburcs, and everlasting trimmings ?ale. Inqumre of
at Mrs. whouseV Sit:
Pass Watson, Proprietor
harhona aay do or bitch
in t: cityTof Red flood, to pay to the
ci'y rltrk of the aid city of lied Clood.
.ha hcuse ir.x r.ereia inipo-ed, ::hoct
demand.
Sra. b. It hall be the dnty of th- city
clerk npor. payaaont U h;rr. f the lict-a
tax her.n impod, to jio to the person
paylr. such :ai i bra cick Katib -u
srrav-d ?hTcn tr.- vorda ' Lica-cd R-d
CloaJ. N-b .'" v.: . :r.e cxinribT oa the
arr. o cirre-rx-ad ;:?; the noaibT of
::.e l:ra.e tAX rerjrt i-nel bv hirr. to
I
tn- p-ra pTin a:d tax f07J& yrvr
tie -a;i b fjctd and iKI.s
Sr. ',. I: ht;i b- th 'i'y of the city
derk ttf Vrep . rrcrdf :i.e aTrr.bcr of
lieet; x.-ced by h:n: J-riiit "' yfr for
hich h hall be jec:-d ar.J 't...f.-d
aio :.ie aam of tae prr-oa pay.r z.r
tax to'rthr -ith tit. coior of t'. lst t
burn oi3l by the peros apvn ic;. ,
-ca tax l- pnuL '
Srr. 7. It -hxll be the daty of tae c:y
elrk spoa ta order of Mayor aad f :iy
Cocacd to py orr to trie city trea-scrr
ill 31007 rs:e:TtKi by &im for aca h-crc-eJ
tax.
Src. 2- AH cthr ordiAac aad prt
of ordiaAace" craiicu T.a tax ordi
zaac a!! b i2i i hereby repealed.
sec 9. Tan oriiaaace ea!! take -f-
j feet aad be ia fors &'' ' adoption
COTTING
I-OR HA R( .WINS IN
Window
Shades
AND WALL PAPER.
Finest Pattern the Market, ,o Tamt DiU !niam. Kv
LUMBER
THE TRADERS' LUMBER
j
WILL MAKE-
FIGrXTFt
ES
ON LUMBER
As low as can be bought from any de&lrr u
Eartli.
For Low Rates
JPiiIB5X ILXIXIlY
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First National Bank,
NoDflayH la nmklnw L'jk:."
I.' : i."
GILFO
CASH
COWLES.
K.ZJ'S
HOUSE !
NEBRASKA.
MENS J)()TS SU7r A I 9
LADIES SHOES SLOO AND UP
SUMMHR COODS A 'I" (. :SD IT
Our
prices on
ing goods,
that
Clothing
I hits,
n o n c
Hoots, Shoes, h'urn
and Caps arc so low
con undcasL'll us.
IEHQ I CEHT PEE PACEA3L
Give us a call and be convinced
;.:,
RED CLOUD
CARRIAGE WORKS
h
fj .:i.
m
IM I I ov
hs thr nacc to net t)nr'
BUGOIhS, & SPRING U ()NS. h.r. -
inir purchased our stuck at reduced
prices we anr able to place r;
the market all kinds of ve
hicles cheaper than
the cheapest.
Buck Boards at
Top bugges at
Spring Wagons
Phaetons
at
53500
665,00
S75.00
510O.00
A. bunch of 30 head of nice itok td publication aoccrii? to !a-.
hoes coniisim of bro-r-d -o;, ecl for
ios?a Gaavex.
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W an- al-'; jppapfl t'i all kiiKL of jobanl r air v
at bottom prices. Old bujfifkf laintl aiti n-airl &
reasonable ratt.- It will jiav v;i tfnviii a call
and getourpricci Urior purvba.-in;.' -lsewherft.
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