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NEBRASKA PHONE NO. 27
PROSPERITY CANNOT THRIVE ON CREDIT
IND. PHONES, 27 and 227
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iL COFFEE BIRD
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jlti COFFEE PRODUCING
15he Coffee that is making
this Department Famous..
Direct from their Plantation at Triunfo, Mox.
Some customers seem to think that they must pay
30c, 35c or 40c to get a good article in the coffee line.
It's a mistake.
Our "IOWA BRAND" of German-American, put up
in the Red Package, which we are selling for 25c will
prove it. We are serving this grade right along. Come
in at any time during the day.
The German-American is put up in the following
One Pound "Comitan" (White Package) per lb.
One, Pound "Tumbala" (Blue Package) per lb.
One Pound "Iowa Brand" (Red Package) per lb.
ft Few Prices that will Appeal to Close Buyers:
Liui- Lye, per can
Ya-t Foam, per package
Toothpick-, per package
."I Ut. IJctt Glo- Starch, per package
J-lh. Hest Corn Starch, j?r package
4 sl-. Fancy Japan Rice
Ij.ki-rV Chocolate, jkt cake
I.ik r's Cocoa, per J-lb. can
iVujjn- "exeat, per large package
l'u re Cider Vinegar, per gallon
Kxtra Standard Tomatoes, per am
Monarch Maple Svrup, (none better per
M narcii JJakiug Powder, (equal to Iloy-
al per 1-1 U. can
Oriole Rolled Oats, ( none to equal this)
per 2-lh. package
Oriole Buckwheat, (New York State
product) 10 lbs
Monarch Mince Meat, (the acme of per
fection t per package
Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder, 1-lb. can.
Oriole -liaising, ( 0 crown ) 1-lb. package
Monarch Pastry Flour, (never equalled)
per large package
-2-lb. Can Salmon, best grade
May Flower Salmon (equal to any 25c
You have no way of telling the quality of goods in tin only by
the brand, until you open them. You may take home
and try anything we have in tin under
Henry Ragatz & Co.
WL 0vTl V'SLSM SMSL MJ? MmvMLW V Me i
Or anything in pasteboard
(Look for the Bed Bird!)
If they do not Weigh more or if not a little better quality at
the same price than you have been buying you may keep then
Do you use a Coffee substitute?
...If so, try...
An article which has a richer flavor, more like
the real coffee than any of the coffee substitutes
manufactured and the price more reasonable.
Made from grains only. Price per pkg . 10c
We are selling
Sir Thomas Lipton's TEAS,
QUALITY No. 1 the second grade we do not
buy. While Sir Thomas can and does put up ex
cellent Teas he can't put up a good Yacht race.
ES55LKI1 - "KibHW
Oil Meal, per lOO lbs.
Barrel Salt, per barrel
Thursday Daily Jearaal.
Akin E. Pool, violinist 'Phone G5.
Dr. O. V. Evans was in Lincoln
Chris Grnenther was a visitor to
Dr. L. C. Vosb, Homeopathic physi
cian. Columbus. Neb.
WANTED To buy a male St. Ber-
rard pap. Adrees Sydney Eastman,
Creston, Nebr. tf
GAS PLANT The oil tank shipped
over the Burlington for the gas plant
is being unloaded today at the plant.
All the rooms in the high school
binding were dismissed this morning
oa acennt of the engine in the furnace
rca being ont of repair.
Arthur Wilson, one of the carriers
of the Daily Journal, has been con
fined to the house several (lays, being
threatened with pneumonia.
No. 4."tt."i won the f 10 gold piece at
Warding Oriental Smoke House last
nigiit. The owner of the number has
not yet presented his ticket.
Gns Speice and R. S. Dickinson
left- this af trnoon on a business trip
to Chicago, expecting to remain until
Sunday, lire. Speice accompanied
thets as far as Omaha.
BUY VOUH COAL of Weaver and
N-wiaaa. They keep the largest assort
ment. Weaver and Newman carry
fifteen different kinds of coal and not
ose poor kind among them. tf
Teachers of the high school build
in? who were unable to teach thi6
doming on account of cold rooms took
advantage of the occasion to visit
otjifr rooms of the city schools.
Should you have the misfortune to
break roar false teeth Dr. Paul can
repair them for yon as good as new
13 & very short time. You need not
go without them for even one meal.
Grandma" Henrr, who has been
very ill for several days, seems to be
cocstantiy growing weaker. Walter
Hearr artl f.mily of Lincoln and Rex
Henrv of Fremont are here at her
7he ground hog saw his shadow
with startling distinctness this niorn
ioj?. and presumably took to the
woods. Today i the coldest wea
ther Columbus has seen since
neral sermon this afternoon.
The lecture announced for last even
ing !ms been postponed to a later date.
Dr. Fox, the lectnrer. was delayed
on account of train service and did
not reach Columbus until after nine
o'clock. Prof. Kern announced to the
audience that they could take their
choice of waiting for the speaker or
returning at another date. The crowd
chose to come again and dispersed.
The date will be set for some time
in March, to be announced later.
Friday's Daily Jemrmml.
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Miss Martha Bean is visiting in Ames.
Prof. Sike, teacher music, Barber bldg.
Attorney A. Wagner went to Creston
today to try a case.
Dr.Chas. HkPlatz, homeopathic phy
sician and surgeon, po6toffice building.
W. T. Allen returned Wednesday
night from Pern, Indiana, where he
has been since last November visiting
his daughter, Mrs. Miller.
Mrs. Jap Nichols will move her house
hold goods the first of next week to
Wayne, to join her husband, who has
employment there, aud where they will
make their future home.
Mrs. Henry Gas; was given a
pleasant surprise last evening bv
twelve of her friends. The guests
brought refreshments and the evening
was enjoyably spent playing cards.
! county to prepare for desirable position
in Govt. Mail Service. Salary $800.
Rapid promotion to $1500. Splendid
opportunity. Address Box One, Cedar
Rapids, la. 41-4p
Mrs. Reuben Lisco of Lodge Pole.
Neb., arrived here today and is visit
ing the family of R. Y. Lisco. south
of the Loup. Her husband will be
here in a few days and they will go
together to Michigan to visit friends.
Joe Wells was released from jail last
night on 15,000 bail, furnished by O.
L. Baker. The date of the prelimina
ry hearing has been set by'Judge Rat
termn for February 16. Ezra Mabaff
ey's condition is still criticaL If no
complictaions set in, the physicians
look for his complete recovery, and so
Febru- far there has been no unfavorable in-
"- below la6t night and
this morning it was 25
ry Jv.t. The mercury went down to I dication.
at 7 o'clock I Louise, the seven-months-old baby of
below. The Mr -nd Mrs. W. M. Ealamaia of Oma-
Jaaaary fall of snow was 14i.. inches. ha died this morning at St. Francis'
H. I Mnrdock telephoned to George ' Academy after two days illness, from
Seslt lat evening from Wakefield that . a complication of bo-vel and stomach
his rao'lber, Mr. J. S Mnrdock. is ly- , trouble. The parent had come to Co-
me vrv i.jw ami littlft hone is ex- lnmbus to visit over Sunday with a-
presi for her recovery. Both Mr. Ither Theobald Kalamaja, and the ba-
Thoee entertaining were Mesdame6 J. F.
Carrig, D. C. Cavanaugb, RSheehen. F.
Roberts, Wm. D'Brien, Margaret Mur
phy, B. McTaggart and Thos. McTag-
H. G. Fricke is receiving a visit from
his cousin, E. Adams, of Hanover. Ger
many, who arrived here Wednesday
night. Mr. Adams is a young man, hav
ing just completed his army education
about eight months ago, Eince when he
has been making visits to Australia,
Egypt, New Zealand, Satr.oan Islands
and other' countries. Mr. Fricke had
not seen his cousin since they were boys
together, and although be was expecting
the young man. he was surprised to see
him at this time. Mr. Adams expresses
himself as well pleased with the United
-'Maloey's Wedding' came to the
North opera house last night and
proved to be about what its name
might imply. Those who attended say
that it was not even a good show of
its kind. The small boy was consider
alv in evidence in the nigger heaven,
but down 6tairs was mostly vacancy.
An indignation meeting of the Irish
living in the citv was held in the af
ternoon and 6trong expressison of dis
approval of such travesties on the
Irish race were made. It was even
reported around town that an attempt
would be made to break up the 6how
and not allow the performance to go
through, bnt no demonstrations were
made at the opera house. Manager
Saley says that if he had thought the
show would be objectionable, he would
not have billed it.
PROF. CUNNINGHAM DEAD
The Genoa Leader says that word was
received there Tuesday of the death of
D. Ross Cunningham, formerly teach
r of music in Columbus and Genoa.
Mr. Cunningham left Columbus for
Chicago about eighteen months ago
to complete his musical studies, and
this year was engaged as instructor in
Wayne college, at his own home. Mr.
Cunningham was a young man of
character beyond reproach, and in mu
sic was gifted far above the average.
He was recognized by his instructors
in Chicago as having a brilliant fut
ure. While in Columbus he was lead
er of the Presbvterian church choir
and gave private lessons in Columbus
aad Genoa. Friends of Mr. Cuning
nham here have not yet received di
rect announcement of his death.
Sstmrdar's Daily JoarmaL
and Mrs. Murtlock are at her bedside.
Mrs. Mftrdock went to Wakefield sev
eral wseks ago to visit friends and
was taken ill one day la6t week with,
Joe Schmocker, who for a year or
more has been conductor on the Grand
Island local freight, left yesterday for
Omaha, having been transferred to a
Tsenger run from Omaha to North
Platte. Mrs. Schmocker is now on
her way to California, leaving here
Saturday and intending to stay the
balance of the winter. A. J. Smith
faae takes the Grand Island run. be
ginning his work yesterday.
A short funeral service over the re
ain6 of the baby of Mr. and Mrs.
J)avid Miller was held this morning at
G'0 at the home in the west part of
town, after which the patents took
ths body to David City for burial.
Rer. Millard conducted the service at
the residence and Rev. De Wolf ac
companied the stricken family to Da
tid Oity where ho will preach the f n-
by was taken ill while in the city.
The remains were taken to Omaha
this afternoon where services and bur
ial will take place.
DIED. Merle Kenneth, the infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marmoy, died
m Omaha Wednesday, after an illness of
only six hoars. The remains will be
brought here tomorrow on No. 9, due in
Columbus at 11:15, and funeral services
will be held immediately after the arri
val of the train, at the Congregational
church. Little Merle was nineteen
months and six days old. The many
friends of the Marmoy family will sym
pathize with them in their loss.
CATHOLIC LADD2S ENTERTAIN.
The ladies' society of the Catholic
church entertained in K. P. Hall last
evening at six-handed euchre. There
were sixty ladies and gentlemen present.
The prizes were won by Miss Grace
Fitzpatrick and 6ene Condon, and Mrs.
Jennie Condon and Mr. D. C. Kavan
augh. Music and refreshments helped
to make the evening more enjoyable.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Rev. Hampton of Dodge, was the
guest of Rev. Munro today.
Mrs. J. Cunningham went to Grand
Island today to visit for two weeks.
The skating rink in the Murray
building will be opened tonight.
Mrs. J. S. Cunningham went to Grand
Island today to visit relatives for two
Do not fail to see onr 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Duasell &
WANTED. A good girl to do gen
eral housework. Mrs. Herman P. H.
Oehlrich. wk tf
Drs. Martyn, Evans, Evans & Martyn,
Jr., office three doors north of Fried
Miss Mamie Sheehen returned home
from Kearney, and will remain until
GOLD DUST flour, made by the Co
Iambus ROLLER mills has no equal
for staying qualities.
Frank Micek was fined f 1 and costs
in Justice O'Brien's court this morn
ing on a charge of assault on Frank
The Central City Record says that
Will Boettcher will start a class in
gnitar and mandolin playing in Cent
A. C. Mahaffey of Waco, and Harry
Mahaffey. of Council Bluffs, brothers of
Ezra who was so seriously shot, are
at his bedside today.
YOU NEED NOT have all teeth ex
tracted in order to have new ones.
The sound may remain. Consnlt Dr.
Nanmann, the dentist.
DIED Mrs. Polly Boggs died yester
day afternoon at the home of her step
mother, Mrs. Yeider, after an illness of
nine days. Funeral services at Bap
tist church tomorrow at 11 a. m.
A. J. Dolinsky was the lucky man,
holding ticket No. 4505 and winning the
S10 gold piece at the Oriental Smoke
House. He presented his ticket and
went away with his money, smiling
The funeral services of the infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marmoy of
Omaha, wag held at the Congregational
church this morning directly after the
arrival of the train bearing the remains.
Rev. Halsey of the Presbyterian church,
in the absence of Rev. Munro, conduct
ed the service.
G. T. Everett was in Fremont yester
day to consult with several other Inde
pendent telephone managers in Nebras
ka towns, with the Fremont Indepen
dent telephone company, wbtf were
about to sell their business to the Bell
company. The Fremont people promis
ed to hold the matter in abeyance for
Rev- Halsev spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Monroe, helping the
pastors of the Presbyterian and Meth
odist churches who are holding nnion
services in that town. Rev. Brient of
the Methodiet church has been con
fined to his home with illness, and
Rev. Halsey went to assist in the ser
vices in his place.
An election of officers of the Indepen
dent telephone company wos held this
afternoon resulting as follows: Presi
dent, C. J. Garlow: Vice-president. T. J.
Cottingham: Treasurer, A. Anderson;
Secretary and Manager. G. T. Everett.
The board of directors authorized the
issuance of bonds in accordance with
resolutions passed by the stockholders
last Tuesday, in the amount of 815,000.
HIGH SCORES The following are
the high scores made on the Hagel
alleys last week: P. J. Hart. 235-205-200-205.
W. A. Way. 201-221-218-205
223-216-219-230 22G-227. Wm. McEver,
201-203. M. C. Calto, 203-213-201-210.
W. J. Gregorius, 203. A. Drake. 235-200-20(1.
J. W. Fauble, 207. II. A.
Grave?, 21 1-20D-24 1-231. John Elliott,
203-244. Tommy Beecroft. 244-201. Ed
Kavanaugh, 209. Fred Jasper, 21&
Fred Davis, 200. J. H. Hodges, Omaha,
226, W. Clarkson, Omaha, 209, Harry
Kline, Albion, 201-204. Joe Smith,
Humphrey, 207. High school boys win
prizes. John Elliott wins the following
prizes: Nine pins, 9; five back, 56;
Kankakee, 61; Bnbberneck, 135; Duck
pins, 93; Cocked hat, 54. L. J. Beecroft
wins the 4-back prize with 68 points.
Monday's Daily Joarmal.
H. O. Kiester of St. Edward is in
Ed Kavanaugh is confined to his
home with illness.
BORN. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts
arejhappy parents of a son.
Robert Neameister of the Gray dry
goods store is at home on account of
John O. Williams of Postville was
the guest over Sunday of R. E. Jones
W. E. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Webster and R. G. Strother were
Monroe visitors to Columbus today.
Blake Maher came down from Platte
Center yesterday to go with Jndge
Reeder to Central City today to hold
a term of court.
O. J. Garlow is in David City today
looking after the interests of three
insurance companies that have cases
against Mrs. Lena Lillie.
The children in school in the second
ward building were dismissed this
morning on account of the rooms be
ing too cold to keep the children.
Miss Frances Maynard returned yes
terday from Schuyler where she visit
ed at home since Thursday, taking a
vacation from her work at the Jonrnal
Dr. and Mrs. Young of Lincoln
are rejoicing over the arrival of a son
at their home last Friday. Mrs. Young
is better known here as Miss Abbie
L. A. Greenawalt is packing his
household goods, preparatory to mov
ing to Salem. Ohio, his former home.
The family expect to leave some time
No better New Year's resolution can
be made by the good housewife than
to improve the quality of her baking
for her husband and children. The
surest way to do this is to use WAY
UP FLOUR, made by the Columbus
If fillings have failed to preserve
your teeth do not think it necessary
to have them extracted. Filling6
properly inserted with modern meth
ods and appliances will save them.
Dr. Paul the dentist uses the latest
and best of everything and guarantees
In district court tomorow two suits
will be tried in both of which Chas.
Matea is defendant. In one case
Thomas Cnshing sues him for 4 J 50,
and in the other Tim Wilson has a
claim of $5 against him for helping
him get his threshing engine over a
bridge at Genoa.
Last weeks' issue of the Columbus
Journal was a boom edition in the
interest of onr neighbor metropolis.
Just now Columbus is making a
6trong pnll for a government postoffice
bulding and citv delivery. The
souvenir edition of the Journal is an
able exposition of the business inter
ests and commercial advantages of the
citv. Boone Cosnty Advance.
At the ministerial meeting this
morning it was decided to call Rev.
Cha6. N. Severance of Garden Citv,
Kansas, to assist in a series of revival
services to be held in this city for at
least lour weess, oeginmng scon
after March 5. Rev. Severance is a
personal acquaintance of Rev. Munro,
who speaks in the highest terms of
his intellectual and spiritual abilities.
He is a graduate of Yale university
and a most pleasing speaker. At one
time two churches were united in
Garden City, Kansas, and Mr. Sever
ance was called to act as pastor of the
independent church. Recently he has
accomplished much in revival services
held in Burlngton, Iowa, over 1,800
people being present to the closixur
meeting. In preparation for the
union services, union services will be
held at the Presbyterin, Methodist
and CongregationL and Baptist
churches each Thursday evening. The
revival services will be held in the
Ex-senator and Mrs. W. V. Allen
were registered at tne Meridian yes
terday, returning last night to their
home in Madison. They have been
in Chicago for a month where the ex
senator has been engaged in import
ant legal business. The senator is
the picture of robust health, looking
as yonng as he did ten years ago. 'The
Chicago courts work short hours." he
said, comparing the Chicago conrts
with these in Nebraska. "They con
vene at 10 :30 a. m. in the morning,
work till 12:30. Then they take a
recess till 2 :S0 ana work till 4 :30.
Chicago courts are three years behind
with their business. They could do
much more if they would try. How
ever, it is difficult to secure witnesses
in Chicago. It is often necessary to
send fifteeen miles for a witness in
the city and when the officer finds
the right place, the witness is gone
and it is necessary to wait for him to
retnrn. The state does not pay its
witnesses in Illinois, nor the defend
dant's attorney, if the defendant was
a panper. When the court asked me
what time I wonld be ready for trial
the next day, I replied,' seven o'clock'.
He shrugged his shoulders and said
that 9:30 wonld be plenty early
enough. Mr. Allen thinks we have
more district judges than necessary
and seemed to be mnch interested in
the bill before the legislature decreas
ing the number. It is pretty generally
conceded that Mr. Allen is one of the
ablest United State senators of Ne
braska ever had.
Lighting Question Opened.
The lighting qustion is fairly before
the city council. At their meeting
last night propositions were received
from Dr. Heintz for electric lights
and from the Columbus Light and
Fuel Company, for gas lights. Dr.
Heintz presented two propositions.
One, to furnish 19 arc lights and 40
incandescent lights for the sum of
12000 a year, the incandescents to run
all night and the arc lights until mid
night. The other proposition of Dr.
Heintz was to furnish 30 aic lights for
12000 a year.
The proposition of H. A. Clarke,
Jonas Welch and K. S. Dickinson was
embodied in an ordinance which was
read for the first time. These gentle
men propose to furnish 75 lights of GO
candle power at $22.50 each per an
num, the contract to run five years.
They offer to furnish fuel gas at $2
per thousand cubic feet.
The council will hold a special
meeting next Friday night to consider
the question further.
John Clark, a former Columbus
last week received honors frcm
State University, which gives him
other credit to his already long lis
accomplishmetit3. Jonn is mentioned
the first in the list of fourteen boys. The
Friday Lincoln Journal say&:
"The mimes of the men who will com
pose the State University debating team
this spring were announced at the close
of the preliminary debates yesterday af
ternoon, t rom these, the men who will
debate against Iowa and Washington
universities will be chosen. The mem
bers of the squad are as follows: John
Levi Clark, law, 1907, Columbus. Born
at Columbus ana prepared for college at
the Columbus high school where he
made a reputation as a speaker. He
was alternate on the Nebraska team
that defeated Washington university at
St. Louis last May.
Getrnde Keating is back in school
after a month's absence in Lincoln.
The Juniors have the banner again.
The ninth grade is taking np algebra.
The Caesar class has been divided
into two sections.
Herman Babcock is ont of school on
account of sickness.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank onr neighbors
and friends for the kindness and sym
pathy during the sickness and death
of our little daughter and sister Ruth.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Miller
We carry the largest stock in our line
in this part of the state. We buy goods in
quantities and give our customers the bene
fit. We make a specialty of HIGH GRADE
Goods. Our line ot Fancy Graceries, such
as fine canned Iruits and vegetables, canned
fish and bottled goods was never more com
plete. Our stock of Fine Coffees and Teas
is unexcelled. In bulk Coffee we handle the
"Richelieu" Line, the best bulk roasted coffee
ever sold in Columbus for the price and
prices to satisfy all
30c, 25c, 20c, 15c per lb.
Fine Coffee in one, two and three
pound tins we have
$ Ragatz' Genuine Java and Mocha, 2-pound tin .
White House-1-lb. tin, 40c, 2-lb. tin
Richelieu-1-lb. tin, 40c, 2-lb. tin
Lipton's-1-lb. tins, 40c, 2-lb. tins, 75c, 3-lb. tins .
You know of Sir Thomas Lipton, the
? largest grower and dealer in fine teas and
coffees in the world. We have been ap-
pointed agents for Lipton's Famous Teas and
t Coffees for Columbus.
: Your patronage is appreciated and we
will always endeavor to please you in qual- ?
t "y price ana service.
Henry Raiatz & Co.,
Nebraska Phone 29. Independent Phones 29 and 229.
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I Poland China Bred Sows
I At Public Suction.
The undersigned will offer at Public
Sale at Brannigan's Sale Barn, Columbus, t
5" KTa1viocVo rvr "
Marcli 1, 1905,
at 1 o'clock p.m.,
50 Head Choice Poland China!
In this offering we present to our pat- i
rons the best lot of sows, individually and
j in Dreeaing inau we nave ever onerea. rney ;
are the big, mellow, easy feeding kind the
j sows mat iarrow large nxiers ana
Come and buy a grand good sow at $
Remember the date March 1, 1905 i
: there will be no postponment. X
t your own price.
Cedarbank Stockfarm Co., Fullerton, Nebr.
; H. C. McGath, ClarKs, Nebr.
' Fred Wille, Columbus, Nebr.
Write for Oitalos t;ivin fu I jrtriicnlar 'T in- Y. Millar, rullcrtoij. Ntlr
PUBLIC SALE OF $
SsSHORTHORN CATTLE g
X AT DAVID CITY, NEB.,
1 Thursday; Feb'y 16,
U it i;09 p.m. Sharp, at Bert Hall's Barn
50 Lots of Cattle, Comprising
W 19 Yearling and 2-year-old Heifers X
54 16 Cows and 15 Bulls X
V Mn-t of the cow- :in! -onie of the heifer- with calve-- at shle, by X
XlMP. SCOTCH FAME, l.-,17!. ami VICTOR OF MAPLE- J
5HUK.-T. -iO-iSll, hoih Straight .-COTCIF BULL: of best blood 2x
0 lines and cxoellont individual.- a;id breeder?. All females of breeding g.
gZ a,re hav1 been bred to thce two b::II-. mm
O we are offering Gattie that Pay their Way
W every Day in the Year. Gome and bay a W
W Foundation for a Pure, Bred Herd. K
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Special attention ha? been jrivui to dtvelopin tiie milking
qualities of many of these cattle. One very choice Scotch Dull to be
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0 sold, ihe ra?t of the bulls nave two to five scotch lop. Ail are ot
0 good beefy character, and what i- needed to improve your stock.
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j J. II. MiCKKY. D. C JJl'KXS, Oceola. fj
ft Carey M. Jones, Auctioneer. O. I). Y VDK, Ki-ing City, ft
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