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TOE WEEKLY JOURNAL
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Section Two, Friday April 4, 1902
THE JOURNAL'S NEW TEAR.
With the issue of this number, the
Daily Journal enter upon it twenty-
first year, while the Weekly Joubxsx
enter upon It twenty-fifth year.
The twenty-four years since the Joes
hal begin its Weekly issue, later a dally
and weekly, and still later a daily and
aeml-weekly, which are now Issued, do
not seem so long to look back upon.
And yet these year hare witnessed
many hard struggle for existence,
when the owners of this paper have of
ten wished they had tome other kind of
business, from which to get a living.
But during these days of hardness, the
Journal had friends, who unselfishly
stood by it' and made possible it con
It is very difficult to Impress upon
some people, that a newspaper is not an
Individual, is not a merchant, is not
something apart from the commu
The destruction by water or fire of a
manufacturing plant In a community,
would be a public calamity.
The shutting down of some factory
employing hundreds of people, would be
a community loss, to those employed
and to the tradesmen.
Tet the loss of a newspaper to a com
munity would in it bearing upon com
munity Interests, and its Importance in
preserving the diversified Interests, so
cial, religious and mercantile, of the
place, far eiceed all other losses that
might come upon a place.
The importance of liberally sustaining
a newspaper, is but too little appreciated
In most communities.
No newspaper cen.exlst, much less
prove of an increasing value to a place,
which does not have the positive baek
lng up of the people in the place in
which it 1 published.
It 1 easy to keep down a newspaper,
by poor and Indifferent support, and the
community which does so suffers most,
for the outside public easily note the
poorly supported local newspaper.
In this the beginning of a new year,
the Journal has to thank It local pat
rons for their help in making the paper
what it is. The management 1 not one
that 1 satisfied with even it present ad
vancement, but 1 ever ready to improve
and enlarge when it patron say that
their support la behind the advance
The Journal will ever be ahead of It
city, but it doe not propose to get eo
far ahead that it cease to mark the way
for local Improvement, or be so distant
as to be unable to hear and go to the
rapport of local affair which may de
mand it influence and work.
It la the one positive factor by which
New Bern can beknowa ta the outsid
- POLICAL DANGER PROM WITHIN.
, " From all part of the State the local
' newspaper are telling of the many can
dldates seeking nomination, and how
the nomination for each office ha boat
of seeker. ,
The Journal sees no algal on the
part of Its friends, the enemy on the
; ether side of politics, to cause the Demo
emtio, candidate reel coaoera in this
'- year's elections In North Carolina '
Bat there Isa, wrss fur than that
. which comes from a asaered political
enemy and that Is ths dissension bred
among friends of the esase pelitleal
With all that I needed to secure of
: floe, namely a nomination, there 1 going
to be a fierce struggle Janwwg Demo
crats In this Bute, to get tbe mnch cov
- etenomlna'.!on, '.r ''v-V': .V-:.
, Towards each offlct to be filled,, there
Is now going on ome sharp . work, ta
order to secure nominations, and those
candidate centering about each nomi
nation ar already becoming known,
wi.hths res:'.t of feeling of rivalry
, bc'rj created. ' '.
Tlsre la no f.!snLk!p taorg the co&
teataaU foi a political actslsatloa, any
more than there I among the candidate
for a wossaa's favor.
tt I animosity, trickery and war, and
the successful aaaa I not going to bear
away the prised nomination without
being a very mnch hated man.
It la the openness of the field, the one
sldednea of the election, which is going
to aklasately bring bad result to De
mocracy. The political danger for North Caro
lina DesnocraU this year of 1909, I with
in It own rank, not from attack on
the part of political enesmiee without.
THE THOMAS FOWLER DE
CISION. The recent Congressional committee
election decision on the Thomas-Fowler
contest, In the Third North Carolina
District, doe not call for special com
ment. The Journal, in the early stage of
the contest ex pressed Itself, that there
was really but one side, and that was
the side of Mr. C. R. Thomas, who was
the man elected.
The unanimous report of the commit
tee was favorable for Mr. Thomas which
proved the correctness of the Journal's
position on the matter.
The settlement of this controversy Is
more than the mere determination of the
offiolal status of each contestant, for the
contest meant a disturbed condttlon In
this congressional district, while it
And this disturbed condition caused
Injury to the material interests of the
people of the district.
To the credit of Congressman Thomas
it must bo said, that throughout the con
test he has kept steadily and successful
ly at work In securing national appro
priations for improvements In his dis
trict, and has not neglected In a single
instance to get all that was possible for
Naturally, the election contest has in
a degree hindered Congressman Thomas
from doing all that be was capable of,
In fully attending to the many details of
his work. Now that the case Is decided
Mr. Thomas can feel that no suspicion
of a cloud attaches Itself to his title, and
with tbe election contest restraint re
moved, he can show to best personal ad
vantage and do better honor to tbe peo
ple of the Third North Carolina Con
gressional District, of which he is the
Deafness Cannot he Cored
by local applications as they cannot
reach the dlsessed portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cur deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness la caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucos lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when it Is en
tirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever, nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucos sur
face. We will give One Hundred Dollars
fox any case of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Bold by all Druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pill arelthe best
Shot Her Mother.
Bsrkhamstead, Conn., April 1. Mia
Elsie D. Richards shot her mother here
today and attempted suicide. Mrs.
Richards may recover. The daughter
A Nearly Fatal Runaway
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin, Grove, HI., which
delied doctors and all remedies for four
yean. "Then Boohlen's Arnica Salve
cared him. Just as good for Bolls,
Burns, Braises, Cats, Corns, Scalds,
8kia Eraptlone .and Piles. 25c at CD.
Bradham's drug store.
Soldiers Kulei on Railroad;
London, April 1. The war office an
nounced today that an accident occurred
on tbe Delagoa Bay Railway, near j Bar
berton cold fields in Eastern Transvaal,
far whfoh thirty-nlne.soldlers were killed
and forty-five Injured.
Inflamiiatory Rheumatism Cored in
) h, 3 Days.
Mtrtoa I ,BTI1, of Lebanon, lad.,
say: "My wire had Inflammatory Hhea
matlam In every muscle and joint; her
suffering was terrible and her body and
face were swollen alxost beyond recog
nition; had been in bed for sia-week
and had sight physicians, but received,
no: benefit until she tried the Myitis
Cure for Rheumatism. It gave Imme
diate relief and she was able to-walk
about fat three days, lam rare tt saved
her Ufa. Bold by T, A. Henry, prog,
gist, Hew Bern. ' f '
; , kig Gifts to Bank Employes.
Chicago, DV Mareh- 80.-The- Mer
chants' . National Bank, which Is to be
absorbed Monday by the Corn Exabehge
National Bank, presented $73,000 In
gifts to Its employes. One employe, who
had held Lis position for overSTyears,
received a check for l,,00O, while the
tight watchman received $1,000. ,
Diaests what you eat.
This preparation contain all of tbi
digeaUnte and dlgesta all k'ids ot
food. ItglveslnstantrelkfauJ never
fails to cure. 1 1 allow you to eat aL
the food you wan L The most sensi lire
stomach can take It. By its use many
thousand of dyspeptics bave been
oared after everything else f ai led. It
prevents formation of gas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating
Dieting aoDecessary. Pleasant to take.
tt can't help
but do you good
Prepared only by K.O. PlWrrr AOo., (Jhlr
Th U. botUe contains tti times lb SOc. sM
F. 8. DUFFY A CO.
Church Falls on Confr elation.
Wellsburg, W. Vs., March 81. Tbe
storm yesterday destroyed the historie
Franklin Methodist Episcopal church
four miles east of here. The venerable
pastor was seriously Injured and four
members of the congregation killed and
Snow Follows Tornado.
Pittsburg, March 81. A snowstorm of
much severity Is interfering today with
the work of repairing the damage caused
by yesterday's tornado. The storm be
gan this morning and the cold Is caus
ing suffering to many whose houses
were unroofed yesterday.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
If It Is spring. Such cases often result
seriously at this season just because peo
pie are caretess. A dose of One Minute
Cough Cure will remove all danger.
Absolutely safe. Acts at once. Sure
cure for coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron
chills, and other throat and lung trou
bles. "I have used One Minute Cough
Cure several years," says Postmaster C.
O. Dawson, Barr, 111. ' It Is the very
best cough medicine on tbe market. It
has saved me many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend It."
The children's favorite. P. S, Duffy.
Warship to San Domingo. .
Washington, Aprl' 1. The State De
pal t men t having been advised of the
revolutionary movement at Saul a Do
mingo has requested the navy depart
ment to send a war ship there. The
Machlas, now at San Juan, will probably
start across today.
Shot in His Left Leg.
For all kinds of sores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve Is a sure enre. Skin diseases yield
to it at once. Never fails in cases of
piles. Cooling and healing. None gen
uine but DeWitt's, ;Beware of counter
feits. "I suffered for many years from
a sore caused by a gun shot wound In
my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English,
Ind. "It would not heal and gave me
much trouble. I used all kinds of rem
edies to no purpose until I tried De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes
completely cured me." F. a. Duffy.
Advisability General Surrender.
Heidelberg, Transvaal, April 1. Com
mandant Gilbert has summoned ,. the
Burghers to meet thirty-five miles east
of Johannesburg, to consider the advisa
bility of a general surrender. General
Han Botha has called a meeting at
Amsterdam with the same object in
view. ' :
The Great Dismal Swamp
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
Malaria germs. So Is low, wet or marshy
ground everywhere. These germs oause
weakness, chills fever, aches in the bone
and Binnacles, and may Induce dangerous
maladies. But Electric Bitter never fall
to destroy them and cure malarial trou
bles. They will surely prevent typhoid.
"We triad many remedies for Malaria
and Stomach and Liver trouble," writes
John Charleston, of Byesville, O., "but
never found anything as good as Electric
Bitters." Try them. Only 00c. O. D.
Bradham guarantees satisfaction. ; J-';
Passengers Taken Off. t
St. John, N. B., March 81. The pas
sengers of the steamer Lake Superior,
from Liverpool, which went ashoreihere
were taken off today.
Loss of Life by The Floods.
Nashville, Tena., March 81. New re
ports of loss of lfe by the floods are still
coming In. . The list of dead.in Tennes
see may number forty sad over.
A Testimonial From Old England.
I consider Chamberlain's Congh Ben:
edy the best la the world for bronchitis"
says Mr. William Savory, of Warring
ton, England. "It has saved my wife's
life, she having own a martyr to bron
chitis for over wis years, being most of
the time confined to her bed. She I now
quite well." : Bold by F. 8. Duffy 4 Co.
Dam Carried Away. ' !
North Adams, Mass., April 1. The
dam of the Rampage paper company at
Monroe-, bridge just ever the Hooslc
mountain from here damaged by the
fashet has been carried away taking the
mill and machinery. - -
The Best Blood Purifier. 7',
Tas blood Is constantly being purified
by the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep
these organs in a healthy condition and
the bowels igalar and yon will nave no
need of a blood purifier. - For this tar
pose there I nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet, one (
dots of them will do yon' more good
than a dollar bottle of the best blood
purifier. Price, 29 cents. Samples free
at F. S. Duffy ft Co', dreg store. '
Educational Object Lesson at
Masls Teachers Asaaelatlen Meeting
Celt Weather Fer Crept. Im
portant Sea eel Raltsr.
rivals. Balbiqh, April 1. The second annual
convention of the North Carolina Music
Teachers Association beaa here this
morning In the Academy ot Maslr,
about 150 members beinr present. The
first meeting was held at Durham last
year, when 44 were present. Gov. Ay-
cock this morning made an address of
welcome, to which Ollmore Ward Br
ant ot the Durham Conservatory of Mu
sic responded. Clarence Brown read a
paper on "Music In tbe Public Schools
and John A. Simpson of the school for
the blind, and who Is also blind, one
on "Mind In Technique and Expression.'
This afternoon there was an illustrated
lecture by A K. Virgil and Mis Flor
ence Dodd, and this evening a iplano re
cital by Richard Burmeisler.
Mrs. H. S. Robinson, daughter of edi
tor Robert M. Furman of the Morning
Post, Is extremely 111 here.
Only the high .wind which continued
sll last night, prevented frost this morn
ing. The temperature was 87 degrees.
The air was very free from moisture; the
percentage of humidity being only 48.
This was also the case during the severe
cold snap In March, when the very dry
atmosphere prevented much damage.
Tbe cold wind Is unfavorable to the
truck crops. Since Sunday at noon the
wind bas blown at a velocity of from
20 to M miles an hour.
The Secretary of Stale today allowed
the Enfield Lumber Company to dis
solve. Its capital was $100,000.
Up to this time tbe graded schools In
tb ia State har,e never reported to tbe
State Superintendent, and officially he
does not know they exist. Under sec
tion 68 of the new school law all schools
which receive public funds sre required
to mako reporu. He is now preparing
report blanks which will solicit all the
desired information as to these schools,
and he will require direct reports.
Tho State Superintendent makes an
Important ruling as to these schools
which through private receive 'public
funds and charge for education in the
higher branches. He rules that under
section 64 of the school law no school
which receives any State funds in any
way can make any charge. The particu
lar ruling Is as to a school at Waxhaw,
Union county, but It applies to a num
ber of counties.
Arrivals: J. H. Moore, Wilson; W. P
Bynum, Jr., Greesboro; Piatt D. Walker
Charlotte; C. B. Watson, Winston-Salem
R. R. King, Greensboro.
Gov. Aycock will go to Greensboro
Thursday evening, and will directly after
his arrival attend a meeting ot the so
ciety formed among the students of tbe
State Normal and Industrial College for
tbe purpose of Improving the rural pub
lic schools in the State. Twenty county
superintendents will be present snd
these will tell tbe society of the condi
tion and the needs of the schools In
their respective counties. Frldsy the
State Superintendent will hold a confer
ence with tbe 20 county superintendents
Governor Aycock, Dr. Charles D. Mc
Iver and others will speak and take part
In the conference. In the evening there
will be a rally, with speeches by ' the
Governor snd tbe State Superintendent.
After this ends there will be formed an
association for tbe Improvement of rural
public school houses In Guilford county,
and to present to the people an advance
along three lines Consolidation of
school districts, the levying of local
taxes for rural schools and the Improve
ment of buildings and grounds. Guilford
proposes to set the pace In this State In
this matter and to give an Invaluable
object lesson. . f- . ; ;
Tb Thrat ! a Lase ,
Is scarcely Imore agonizing than the re
current pains In the abdomen which fol
low tbe eating of Improper food or too
free indulgence Iq Ice-water.;' The: Im
mediate cause of cramps snd colic Is of
ten the distention of the bowels by gas.
Quick relief follows ;the use of Perry
Dsvls' Painkiller.' Careful housekeep
ers give It the place of honor In the fan
lly medicine chest. ... : ,
' Eg; Rolling- at White Honsey
Washington. March 81. The largest
number of children In year gathered at
the White House grounds for the easier
egg rolling parties- today. I All racen
were represented. . The President: end
liW cli(Idren, jind tin- children of the va
rious legation attract mnch attention as
aw-rry nkern...-.w i v ' ,
Watts To Help OHers. 1 I
I had stomach trouble all my life,"
says Slw. Meblert proprietor tif the
TJnioa Bottling Works, Erie, Pa , nd
tried all kinds of romedie, went to se
veral doetors and pent considerable
money trying tn get s moment' pesos
Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Care
snd have been taking It to sy great
satisfaction, I never found its equal
for stomsch trosMe snd gladly reoosa
mend ft ia hope that I may help other
sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Care cures
sll stomach trouble.. Ton don't have
to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure .digests
what yea. eat.. F. 8. Duffy.--? s,;
X Flood Situation Again Serious. '
CJackson, Mls., April 1. The I md
situation has sgain become serious on ao
eoont of the continued rising of Pearl
river which Is now out of Its etnas from
Its mouth to its so iree and flooding all
the low country.
RAUiea, April L The ' Supreme
Court filed tan following optakws to
Thompson v Railroad from Pender
Tucker vs Winder from Dnplln, no
Ballanger vs Perry from Bertie, er
The following cases were disposed of
by per curiam order:
Bane vs Ballreed from New Han
Mean v Whitehead from New Han
Trade of $2,000,000 a Day.
Washington, ApL 1. Ths maaufao-
tsrers of the country are now Importing
mors than $1,000,000 worth of materials
for their workshop every day la the
year, and are eiportlag mors than 81,-
000,000 worth of their finished product
each day. The Imports In the eight
months ending wtth February, 1103,
were, according to a statement just Is
sued by the Treasury Bureau, 8170,802,-
774, and exports of finished manufac
tures during ths same period were 8257,-
907,430. Tbe importation of manufac
turers' materials has been greater in the
eight months just ended than In the
corresponding period of any preceding
Within less than a decade the impor
tation of manufacturers' materials has
more than doubled, and the exportation
ot manufactures has also more than
Railroading terms In England and
America differ very widely. Tbe Eng
lish would speak of ah on ting a train
We call It s witching. Freight trains
they call goods trains, coaches are car
riages,, condtxrtors are guards, engi
neer are driver, tracks are boggles
and freight cars are wagons. The
BrltM) always say station Instead of
depot, and In that they bay the bet
ter of na. Balls they call metals and
tracts permanent waya, They do not
get tncfir tickets at a ticket office, bat
at a booking office, and the smokestack
ot the locomotive is to them the chim
ney, A railroad man going from on
cf)4ntry to the other finds that he baa
w testa an entirely new set of phrases
about bis business.
TheJBest Remedy For Rheumatism.
QUICK RELIEF FBOH FAIN.
All who.used Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism sre delighted with .the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
When speaking of this "Mr. D. N. Sinks,
ot Troy, Ohio, says: "Some time ago I
bad a severe attack of rheumatism In my
arm and shoulder. I tried numerous
remedies but got no relief until IJwaa
recommended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons
& Co., druggists of this place, to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They recom
mended it so highly that I bought a bot
tle. 1 was soon relieved of au pain. I
have since recommended this liniment
to many of my friends, who agree with
me that It ia tbe best remedy for muscu
lar rheumatism In the market" For
sale by F. S. Duffy & Co.
Vvtle of tDxeaaatve asaoklasH
Wofla ft good cigar, need temperate-
twd or three times a day, may be
oked try the average adult man to
ejd advantage, exceeetve Indulgence
amoitng la very harmful tt Is only
rwecaaary to recall one's first cigar and
tbs Moooond effect It produced to reaJ
fsa fLet the smohlns) of tobacco In large
Quantities is trifling with ft dengeroos
agaa says tbe Baltimore fltgy
tbaebief effect of smoking are from
ttn fdcuOua and esnpyretuneOo ofV tbe
first betna an active poison an tnfln-
ttenBsJ (juauGty ami destroy Ufa and
tM tetter, wtnen ts the rank aocmno
tattofl to the stem of tb pipe, ts also
tcntealtntson, out drop on tbateogne
Of 4 est bsrvtng been fatal The nico-
fB and tbe ou Uota act eo toe nervous
fboMli fllffereoGy. tfje ojcotfaie
tbe heart ton action on
train, svbfie ths OtJ confines Itself
to Che setae cord and too motor
ft art!! Cms be seen that no pari of
9 vfettaVa axroipcDerjt escape tbe
TOO KNOW W1AT YOU ARB TAXING
Whea yoa take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed oa every bottle showing that it
ts (Imply Iron and quinine In a tasteless
form. No care no psy. Price 86c '
New Boris $5 Bill in Circulation.
Wssbington, D. O, March 80.-j-The
Secret Service announces that a new $5
national bank note, fairly deceptive, ts
In circulation. It Is a photographic
print on two pieces of psper, with fiber
between, oa the Union National Bank,
of New Orleans. t
"If troubled by a weak digestion, loss
of pitlte, or coustipatatlon, try a , few
rinses of Chamberlain's Stomach, and
Liver Tel'lels. Every box warranted.
For siu by'K Dal y & Co. .-
Ciutest la Laandry Business. :
Londoa, March 80.-.The Countes of
Essei, formerly AtleU Grant, of New
York, Is seeking to repair her family
fortunes by Joining with Mrs. Williams
In starting a fashionable laundry, the
lausderers for which are to be brought
from Paris. . -:
Caaxht a Dreadful Cold. ,
Marion Kooke, manager tot T. M.
Thompson, a largs Importer of fin mil
linery at; 105 Milwaukee avenue,
Chicago, sayst "Daring ths 1st severs
weather I caught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and -mad me
unfit to attend tar wmk daring ths day.
Ons of say aUUiver was taking Chsmbei
Iain's Cough Rum dy for sever cold
at ibat it-no, which seemed to relieve
her so quickly that I bought some for
myself. It acted like magic and I began
to Improve st once. 1 am now entirely
well snd feel very pleased to acknowl
edge' Its merits' For sale by F. S,
Da7y A Co. . - ,',v .
IF YOU WILL PUT iZ-'ZfZViZ
WitftUusgarglayowrUfoatgrsaa tt wOlqutcaly ears a Bore Taroa.
fact always fresh In your memory:
For Cuts, Mashes and all Open Sores, yon
need only to apply
ffexican ffustang iniment ;
a few times and tho soreness and inflammation will
bo conquered and the wounded flesh healed.
To get the best results you should saturate a piece
of soft cloth with tho liniment and bind ft upon the
wound oa you would a poultice
25c, 60c and 91.00 a bottle.
KEEP AN EYE ON
diseases among vour fowls um
S CHANCE li L1FG TIME
to invest on the gTound floor with owners, In a developed free milling
gold mine that has produced, and has expended on it
.Fifty Thousand Dollars
in development on the ledge and a complete five stamp mill, with all
other necessary machinery ready te run.
The Ozark is not a prospect, but a mine that has produced. We are
placing 100,000 shares of development stock at 28a per share, capital
stock 1,000,000 shares (par value $1.00 each), fully paid and non-assessable,
to further develop and put the property on a paying basis.
A property lying near the Ozark, with nowhere as good a showing
and very little development, sold last week to a New York syndicate
for $200, 000. The zark will pay dividends and be worth par inside of
six months. This is the best investment for the money that bas ever
been offered to the investing public
Do not lose this opportunity. It will never appear again.
For further particulars, prospectus, report on mine, references, etc.,
Ozark Gold Mining & Milling Co.,
Of ALL Tobacco Fertilizers.
UK W' KB ms
Specially prepared for the lands of Eastern Carolina. Insures a
good cure. Makes wrappers andfill8 your puree. ' - :
By its merit alone one farmer in Jones County will use it exclusive
ly on his sixty acres of tobacco; ;- '
As our goods are 'manufactured near yon and not re shipped, we
claim Freshness and Good Mechanical Condition., ' ' -
Bilk Gift Catte, Folate, AUcrcp'and Ccttoa Gnann.
" Our Motto: "Not xlow Cheap,' But How Good."
WS'li youuse Fertilizers, tall and SSee tts. . - .
E. IlVsft . A: MEADOWS CO., r
t - High Urade Fertilisers, ...
, Fsetery Mease Blver.' " y -. ; MEW BIRN, N. C
AT . :IV1. . HAHN : & SON'S
40 head'af Hcrccr.nd IIulc3 adapted tor
the farm, draught and read work, throughly
seasoned and ready fsr T7crlc
Full line of Bugs'ies, Hamew, iWagonP, Cart?, Etc.
Bee us before buying and S AVJS' HONEY.
!;,-.-. - Respectfully, .- .--
first sbrn of
loot or other
Mexloaa Mustang litnli
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