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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

Christmas Presents That are Worth While Any of These Useful Articles Will Give Genuine Pleasure to the Recipient Chiffoniers Book cases Book cases and writr ing desks combined Sideboards Dining tables golden fir, quartered oak and solid oak Mission style Dining Chairs A big line of couches from DRESSERS Erom golden fir at $10 to quar ter sawed oak, French fcPft bevel mirror at pwci SINGER and $10.00 up New Royal In fact a complete line of Furniture from which SEWING MACHINES from $25.00 up 1 Rx A S I 1 y?ou can select a present for old and young - And at prices that are right .5.'' 'V-iS-'-' - i, ' ".H-- , i ' .vti'.o. .1 ir 4 -iMP '? "fesi p if' c 6 A CHILDREN'S ' ROCKERS AND HICH CHAIRS CUPBOARDS KITCHEN QUEENS ONE MINUTE WASHERS STEEL RANGES, IRON AND BRASS BEDS r JAPANESE AND - CHINESE MATTING PICTURE MOULDING w r ii Hit! Leather Cushioned Solid Oak 11 1 m Rockers from the $2 sewing chair up to Handsomest oak as high as $16.50 0 A FRED S. ASHLEY 0 HOME FURNISHER. Enterprise, Ore...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

THE NEWS-RECORD Issued Each Thursday ENTERPRISE OREGON NEWS OFTHE WEEK In a Condensed Form lor Our Bosy leaders. A Resume of the Less Important bil Not Less Interesting Events of the Past Week. A eis-day bicycle race la on in New York. Mm. Louisa Taft, mother of Secre tary Taft, is dead. - Gustav V, eon of the dead monarch, is now king of Sweden. Railroads will not grant reduced rates to national conventions. American laborers aro to replace for eigners in the Pittsburg coke works. It is definietly known that the dead in the Monongau mine exlosion will reach 550. The Mineowners' association of Gold field, Nevada, is determined to have an open camp. Oregon national banks have cash re serves on hand far in excess of the legal requirements. The call for the Republican Nnation al convention has been issued, to meet in Chicago on June 10, 1908. The tramp steamer Sotoyome, en route from Coquille river to Ban Fran cisco with lumber, was burned at sea. The crew all escaped. J. Dalzell Brown...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

RESUME OF MESSAGE! President's Communication Conservative Document. Is I xnm protective aytem and any etiort to I uproot it could not but cauae widespread in dustrial disaster. Insther words, the prin ciple of the present tariff law could not with I wisdom be changed. But in a country or such phenomenal growth as ours It Is prob ably well that every dozen years or so the tariff laws should be carefily scrutinised so a to see that no excessive or Improper benefits are conferred thereby, that proper revenue la provided and that our' foreign I trade la encouraged. There must always be as a minimum a tariff which will not only allow for the collection of an ample revenue but which will at least make good the dlf- I ference tn cost of production here and abroad; that is, the difference In the labor cost here and abroad, for the well-being of the wage-worker must ever be a, cardinal point ct American policy. The question should be approached purely from a busi ness standpoint: both the ti...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

City and County Brief News Items R. F. Stubblofield is building a fine big barn on his home place. Two clocks valued at f 27.50 given away for a good guess, at Ashley's. Mr. W. 15. AppUgate, of Paradise, was in the city Wednesday. Win. Paisley opened iip a barber she p In the Salisbmy building,. Wednesday, lie recently mov..d hoio fioin Los-tine. Frank (jroshi njr, who l ad b;:en isit ing bis sister, Mrs. K. L. Uuriiaugh, returned to his home at Hopkins, Orei,'., in the Willamette valley Fiiday. Cut out the V. J. Funk & Co. adv for some boy or girl who is working for he splendid prizes t ffered by that firm. Purdy Littleton returned t,o his ranch on Trout creek Monday after a few days visit here. Buy a winter suit of clothes, gun ran. tel band-tailored, fashionable cut, perfect fit at the E. SI. & M. Mr. and Mr1. Irviu Whitmor", of Lostine, were timi-acting business In Enterprise Tuesday. You may order the News Record direct and havetho votes accompanying your subscription c...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

THP ' M1RW2 Dcrnnn-r i PART TWO VOL.1. N0.J3 Enterprise, Wallowa County. Prey ,n r. . - - " " Aa '-ICJ.TIO.T 14, 1507. U,u J .... 11 J. p atroixs, Friends aadJ the public geiera.llj Many VearS Of mPrphpmrHo.ir.cr ToJ nCS!. WisLof ths E- M. Ol M. Company the iSay SeaTs !owa County for of thP fflmiixr o-nri -, A U1AC vjiio smtaoie ior every member of the f anuly-and f or youruncles, cousins and aunts. These are all high-grade goods: For the Children ' Largest and Nicest line of Candies we ever carried All kinds of Nuts Musical Holls $1 25 up China doll heads Bisque doll heads Bisque dolls, ready dressed, 75 cents. Dolt carriages, all sizes and prices Toy U-a sets Hied, plain and fancy " Automobiles Iron tops and mechanical toy of all descriptions Trumpets ' Wagons for boys Rook lug Horses Trunks and Valises A large varitey to nelect from 1 Wagons for boys I Rook lug Horses Yelox Helping Hand j 1 33L Mother would appreciate one. Indian Blankets Beautiful ones Giy colored and others of ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

p--.--.i- ...... t - T- ,T urn, r - .f ... .i i. ,-. ... n . o I 1 TV j 171 If 1 1 S St. BIB.IIGSd V BUaSiBRI'i ' 1 V I a mj sb- -M- - - - isencs Women and Children -r-r- Gifts of ral value that will please and fce appreciated "by the recipient and give 3. U V V ill WXVU.kJ ll'liv-t "'I-'f vv-i,v,-v . i - -. -, i . . mr tkti ciq ;r fr T;ar t.ho CrPTiniTlft r pq.cjllTR Oi- IlJrLVmM UUUBCU vvxoo.v Women, Young, iiddis-Apa, Old, Married or Unmarried, f.:iJ ll.c-re a!'.;c!f? IS tlilt Articles that en Want Combs of rubber, ebony, celluloid Hair brushes, celluloid or ebony backs Hair brushes, antiseptic, metal-lined Hand mirrors, pretty ones Triplex; mirrors, the heart's desire of every woman Toilet accessoriesboxes of fine soap, perfum eries, powders, powder puffs . Tnr1 and 'honnlrprr'hipf'5 hnYPS rr. -1 .1 T L. J I. ,1 , .-.-!,. - , -o ! lOUCl SCT.S U1C IcUgCsl. ciUU iui!Uiua.v.:.iiv ovi shown in Enterprise Handbags, prett, useful and inexpensive Art vases, Christmas cards, boxes of fi...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

enterprise: Tbe livellPHt, prettlwit, mot progressive town of 10UO lubabltHnU In the lnlunil Empire. County neat of Wallowa county and unrivalled trade center oi limiiei.se urea ul rich fiinnliiK and stork mixing country; planing and flouring mills, creamery, brick yard and other InduHtries. Merclinuts prosperous and all pnll toaeiuer for the town. Splendid opeuiugH for neverul linen of hn. inewfand tiiuiill fai-torlps. Write to City OtttcUlf or Commercial Club for particulars. oouutry wlj louble iu population la three Enterprise officials: Mayor, Daniel Boyd; Recorder, W. R. TagKUrt; Cliy Attorney, T. M. Dill; Councilmen: T. R. Akins L. Ui-rland H E Combe W. H. Craves, .1. C. Ueavlm 1'reuidcnt Commercial Club, A. Q. Miller. A Theatrical Santa Claus. By JEFFERSON DE ANGELIS. Special Offer to Subscribers. In order to help make known the resources of Wallowa county and the opportunities hare for tuincsetkers and Investors, the iNews uecaru maites this special oiler: "Airy regulur sub-...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 12 December 1907

News Record's Great $405 Prfee Contest HOW TO VOTE At the foot of the first column on the editorial pnge is a voting coupon that counts 5 vo'es for the candidate whose name is written on it. Anybody can vote the coupons for any candidate. We advise candidates to ask their friends to save coupons or send them direct to the oflice as one coupon may decide a prize. Payments on subscription count the most. A candidate who secures a new subscrib r for a year receives 600 votes See the table on this page of extra votes for mibscriplion payments. Three First Prizes $135. a PRIZES NOS. 2, 3 AND 4. One offered to the leading contestant (except winner of Grnnd Prize) in each of the three districts into which the county is divided for this contest. First Prize $45. PRIZE NO. 2. New Royal Sewing Machine pur chased of Fred S. Ashley, denier in furniture and stoves. It US-drawer, drop head of handsome- new design, beautiful and y metrical in every detail. Center drawer ip ser pentine, side drawer...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

NEWS RECORD TWJ&LVE PAGE PAPER PAGES 1-8 VOL, I. No. 34 Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday, Dsczmber lo, 1907. Whole Number 454 WALLOWA COUNTY Unl'M the lurgost cor in per acre, year In and yrar out, on the Inweal priced land, quality eonnMerrU. lu nil thit West. Grout HrenK uf nnest wheat land untouched by plough, lota f It o'n lo HomoMead entry. Unexcelled cuttle, hog and sheep country, Talleya (pecUlly adapted to hay, potatoes, L- rugnr bents and other big money .making eropM. NHt.iral Irrigation; unfailing water. All (rult of temperate lone grow fine and tbeellmnte U perfection of four seasons kind. Rallri d Into heart of county Ik being con Btructed, which wbeu completed will give Portland, Seattle and Spokane markets and price. Now is the time to come before land goeii up to it real value. Sell your quarter flection eaitt of tho Rockies, and with the proceeds come to Wallowa County and buy a lection of land that will return far more per acre than tho land you ani...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

1 THE NEWS-RECORD hsued Cach Thursday ENTERPRISE OREGON MS OF THE WEEK In a Condensed Form for Busy Readers. Our A Resume of the Lest Important but Not Less Interesting Events of the Past Week. England has just been visited by a severe storm. The Colorado State bank, of Durango, has suspended. The revolutionary agitation is grow ing in Portugal. The Yaqui Indians are again on the -warpath in Mexico. The National Bank of Commerce, of Kansas City, will reopen. Japan and Russia have combined to freeze China out of Manchuria. The bridal gifts of Marshall Field's daughter were stolen in England. The peace conference of the Central American republics has been concluded. Scotchmen in London are again adopting the kilt as a regular wearing apparel. The East has just exeprienced a great storm. Heavy snow fell and many wires are down. Premiums are being offered for the new gold pieces without the motto "In God We Trust." A petition to allow women to vote on municipal affairs in Paris was gree...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

REPEATS DECISION Roosevelt Says He Will Not Run for President. ORCHARD ON STAND. LEAVES CLEAR FIELD TO OTHERS Quotes His Statement of 1904 and Says He Has Not Changed His Decision. Washington, Dec. 12. President Roosevelt will not be a candidate for a third term. All doubt on this point was last night dispelled by the author ative statement, from the White House, that Mr. Roosevelt still adheres to the declaration of renunciation made on the night of the election three years ago. v It appears that the president had been awaiting the call for the Repub lican national convention to afford the proper opportunity for making his po sition clear and unmistakable, thus leaving the field clear for otber de clared or receptive candidates for the Republican nomination. The presi dent's statement follows: "In view of the calling of the Repub lican convention, the president makes the following statement: " 'On the night after election! made the following announcement: " 'I am deeply sensible of...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

.. : 5 The JieWs pecord ' am iNinrr.mKNT Nitwni'Ai'KN Vormnrly tli M hIIowu Nirnn. Klnlllliiit Mim'li A, 1IM. NVw wirlw ln'irmi April SO, iwn I'uliluhcil cvciy Thursday t ICnicrpiiw, Ou-gun TKI.KI'IIONK III'MK INIKI'KN1KNT NO HI H. A. UAIXOWAY Killtor h i I I'iiIiIIhIiim Kntort'il it lli KiiK'ritrlim ikihIiiIIIi-ii ii m-xninliliimi in HI it. One ywirf t.60 llliiiUi.AU HIHWCUU'l'l .X il.W'li-t Throe nionOm fill mm' HI'KCIAI, !'. STY AIT.IITIMIN(J Ol'lMIU Ri'Klllnr uluMtrllxTH limy h'vtt tin niiiny ouiU'H ax lln-y liri' hpiiI niilxMo f t he wxinty Hi lln fi.lluH liinr into, iiuhIi lii lulvniiee: Yearly nuhmrili' hh '' THURSDAY, "Editorial fagc. i'kmbv-u )9 Railroad Situation. "Work will iloiihtWs go ahead m tliii mj -el (W.iU.nvu O. R. it N. extf nuion) iih soon n Hpiing opr-nn," nay tin Orttontun interview with tlenonil Marnier O'lirien on liin return U IVtlun.l from hU Inspection trip over tho rotul in factor n Divon TIciiV -,o"l Hewn r far M it goeB. No doulit the rouJ wnuKl Im com...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

Christmas Presents That are Worth while (Mm Any of Tliese Useful Articles Will Give Genuine Pleasure to tne Recipient V,; v. kamin f! fcw T. 1 X. W-k V i- If Bmm DRESSERS From golden fir at $10 to quar- $25 Chiffoniers Book cases . ... ter sawed oak, French Bookcases and writ- bevel mirror at ing desks combined Sideboards Dining tables golden fir, quartered oak and solid oak Mission style , Dining Chairs A big line of couches from SINGER and $10.00 up m ml 1 - New Royal In fact a complete line SEWING MACHINES you can select a present . for old and young from $25 up that are right CHILDREN'S ROCKERS AND HIGH CHAIRS CUPBOARDS KITCHEN QUEENS ONE MINUTE WASHERS STEEL RANCES IRON AND BRASS BEDS JAPANESE AND CHINESE ' MATTING PICTURE MOULDING m mmm 1 m Oak lYllbulUN nULtvtn , f Rockers from the $2 sewing chair up to Handsomest oak as high as $16.50 FRED S. ASHLEY HOME FURNISHER. Enterprise, Oregon. (4 J.',-T-..v.j.A R. I. LONG CIVIL ENGINEERING and GENERAL LAND SURVEYING Hydraulic and Irr...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

f.. i 1 J; 1.11 ! II ! 1 The Roupell Mystery By Austyn Granville CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) "I'm afraid, doctor, you would not make a very good detective. Recollect that In nine caws out of ten, the obvious reason is always the wrong one. A smart villain, who knows enough to carry glass stilettos, and how to use them skillfully, would not have unnecessarily alarmed the household by Tiring a pistol in the dead of night. Oh, no ! he would simply have smothered the woman, already insen sible and unresisting, with a pillow, or choked her to death." "I see, I see," acquiesced the physi cian. "Go on." "Let us assume, now, that this un known person entered the house through the window in Monsieur Van Lilh's cham ber. While creeping through the room he espies a case of pistols. He has come unarmed, save with the Venetian stiletto. Hut once in the house, his courage fails him. lie picks up a pistol from the case, saying, 'This will protect me if I have to proceed to extremities. He passes on...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

The Kidneys ODD EXPERIENCES OF TOTJMSTS, When they are weak, torpid, or stagnant, the whole system suffers. Don't neglect Americana Tell of Queer Happenings While "Doing- Europe." Flow eat language U unalterably con- f 11 ntK kin I .. 1 M the achnK back, the bloated face, the saltow ! ' D S complexion, the urinary disordered begin ha f f" f ? 7? W . ; . . """li""oegin have arrived at the Hotel du Louvrs (IVatilUCUe Ok VUU WILLI Hood's Sarsaparilla which contains the best and safest curative substances. In usual liquid form or Jn chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. For the Defence. Ma I hear that you've been playing with Donald Smith again, Tommy. Now, I told you Tommy Piaylug with him 1 You see the black eye he's got and you'll soon guess if there was any playing about It. Punch. Hia Wooden Excuse. It was the next morning and Mr. Jap way was penitent. "This Is positively the last time, my dear, be said to his wife. "I had been reading about the exhaustion of the tim...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

1 I ' ! " i I' I t V jUity and County Brief News Items J. W. Cook of Lostine was transacting business here Monday. S. D. Moore of Lostine- was transact ing business in Enterprise Tuesday. J. W. Bickford returned Sunday from a business trip to t ;raml Konde. Diamond W Co ii . "I'.est I ever .drank." says everyone K. M . Sc M. Co, William Mukin went to Elgin Wed nesday on a business trip. C. W. Brown, of Smith Mountain was in town Monday to attend court. Two clocks valued ut 127.50 Riven way for a good guess, at Ashley's. Miss Edna Browning will be home Sunday from Salem to spend two weeks holidays with relativts here. Cut out the W. J. Funk k Co. udv for some boy or girl who is working for ' the splendid prizes t ffered by that firm. At the election of the revised citv charter at Joseph Saturday the measure i passed by sixteen votes. Buy a winter suit of clothes, guuran tesd hand-tailored, fashionable .cut, perfect fit at the E. M. & M. . I ily Hillman has been ill for several da...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

PART TWO PAGES 9-12 VOL, I. No. 34 Enterprise, WaJlowa County, Oft;, .n, Thi:s f;r. , D-oinVr 15)07. Whole Number 454. T rat ris, ifjrlendls . and . the public geiera. I l! . . Ml . Ts fhft Rinr.f.rft Wish - nf thy. R M dfc. TVI P.n mtvriw Many years of merchandising has taught us how to anticipate the needs" of Wallowa County for I the Holiday Season, and in our "big stock you can and the exact Gift suitable for every member of the family and for your uncles, cousins and aunts. These are all high-grade goods: For the Children Largest and Nicest line of Candies w; ever carried ' .All kinds of Nuts Musical Dolls $125 up Chhia doll' heads . Bisque doll beads Riaque dolls, ready dressed, 75 cents Doll unrriRges, all sizes and prices Toy tea s-.'ta -,-: Sleds, plain and fancy Automobiles .. Iron tops and mechanical toys of all descriptions Trumpets Wagons for boys Rocking Horses Trunks .and Valises A largo varitev to (elect from Indian Blankets Beautiful ones Gy t:olored- and " others o...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

I4 , i ' t '. , TX. r7 . -" ' i v i 35 ;;l -'Jlif tff fern, ws J K ' i Jlif in c 1 Beautiful Presents- lor Men, Women and Children Gifts of real value that will please and "be appreciated "by tlie recipient and give tho (5 Ivor the genuine pleasure of having chosen wisely Women, Young, Middlo-Aged Old, Married or Unmarried, liiul thene articles inclisj-ensulilrt Combs of rubber, ebony, celluloid Hair brushes, celluloid or ebony backs Hair brushes, antiseptic, metal-lined Hand mirrors, pretty ones Triplex mirrors, the heart's desire of every woman . Toilet accessories boxes of fine soap, perfum eries, powders, powder puffs Jewel and handkerchiefs boxes Toilet sets the largest and handsomest lino ever j shown in Enterprise Handbags, pretty, useful and inexpensive' Art vases, Christmas cards, boxes of fine stationery Articles thai Men Want Smoker's sets, cigar cases Tobacco jars, pipes, cigars Traveling cases Military sets Shaving sets, separate mugs and brushes, genu ine horsehide str...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

enterprise: The llvellent, prettiest, most progressive S i. "ui"iiiw m n.e jnmnil Empire, County s-ut of Wallowa cuuntv an. I uurlvnlleU traile center of Inimer.sn urea of rich farming und iitoek thIhIiik country: planing and flouring mills, creamery, brick yard ami other Industrie. Mercliiiuts prospermia and all ptill tuKullier for the town, nplemlld open In en for several linen of hun. inens antl small fai'toriea. Write to Citv OfHcUlH or Commercial Club for particular, for proof that Enterprise ami HurrouinlitiK country will loublo iu populutloa In three years. Euterprlxe officials: Mayor, Daniel Boyd; Reoorder, W. K. TagKitrt ; Oitv Attornev, T. M I)ill;Couticllmea: T. K. Aklns, 1,. Beriand' K. E. CointieK W. H. tiraves, .1. C. Reavin President Commercial Club, A. C. Miller. i Special Offer to Subscribers. In order to help make known the' resources of Wallowa county and tlie opportunities here for lv meHeekers and Investors, the News Record makes this apeciiil offer: Any regular...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 December 1907

News Recoct 1 Great Contest HOW TO VOTE At the foot of the firbt column on the editorial page is a voting coupon that counts 5 vo e for the candidate whose name is written on it. Anyhody can vote the coupons f'r any candidate. We advise candidates to n:-k their friends to save coupons or Bend them direct to the odae as one coupon may decide a prize. V' Payments on subscription count the mont. A candidate who Hecures a new subsnrih r fur a year receives GOO vote See the table on this )E go of extra votes for subscription payments. Grand Pn nan 1UU D70 ' Lot 7, IEiiterpriM of lock 4, in Beautiful Aider View Addition to the city of. The lot is on Litch street, one block from 'Depot street ,It is .j0xH5 feet incize, level, sub-irrigated, all in lawn grass and Us soil is of the finest. It is situated michvay between the business sectioi Mff tho citv aiui the 0. It. & N. rnilwav depot. Leading Ui-i:,if s ai ' 'professional men have bought lots in Alder View addition ID hU 'sold there ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
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