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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

County Ledger 5^ CHroní ,Sgg Con..-..,. «•«I AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L«dg*r Bstabllahad IfWT C3on«oltcUM*«a P«b. 1011 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, November ao, 1914 Number 41 A WARNING Three things they say can't safely do—Pool with the tall of a cyclone, tickle the heels of a mule, nor monkey with the gun that "isn't load- ed." Permit us to add a fourth. You can't make much of a financial success in life with- out forming a saving habit and a bank account. Just a little saved from your earning and from the sale of your products deposited in this bank from time to time will soon grow to pro- portions that will be a help to you wlienyou are in need. Today is the time and this is the place. The pirst State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty pune' Bank w. w. iR^isriKiiisr ATrOHNKY-AT-UW AND iNOTAhY PUBLIC Office Is Ledger Bulldlac Caldwell, Texas District Court Convenes. District court convened here Monday mornlrg for the fall term, Judge E. R« Sinks presi- ding and Jac...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

"*¡ &$■; h> i "* I 1S& Methodist S. S. NoUs. tfitfilfitfitfilffilfi tfitfüfüfitfüfitfiüüfüfüfüfi! By P. H. Hitchcock, Supt. — • ■*! ; Mrs J. D. Dorbandt of Lam- pasas is here visiting relatives. Mrs. T. J. Knox returned Wednesday from visiting rela- tives in Navasota. J. J. McCain of Somerville attended court here a few days this week. Gu8 Lehde and wife spent the week in Waco visiting rela- tives. W. R King has returned from Clifton where he has had a job for some time. Niss Fannie Stone returned Saturday from an extended visit to relatives in Georgetown Attorney T. J. Carter was up from Somerville Wednesday transacting business in the Dis- trict court. O. T. Kilpratrick of San Antonio was here this week on business and visiting J. F. Cobb and wife Joe Wilson, farmerly of Cald- well but now a resident of San Antonio, was shaking hands with friends Tuesday and Wed- nesday. The goverment ginners report shows the number of bales of cotton ginned up to November 1st of this y...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

i 4 There's No Sense Lttest News from In Tilting Calomel. ¡ ■ European War. DucUon'g Liver Tone will tlx up your liver safely and won't "knock you out'' a clay. A man Ijonrfon, Sept. ÍK).—The nine- teenth day of the battle of the feels very littlo lik working and < Aisne tinds the allied armies a ehiid don't want to «o to school . . , .... 7. . ... pushing with a!l the strength when bilious or constipHtfd. It] you try calomel to cuiv you, the tb"y m" to l,ear in thei' chances are that you will be so weakened by its after-effects that you will b«' laid up for two or three days inore. So we say "Don't take Calomel!" You cat get a perfect remedy to take tin place of Calomel at Stone & Hitch- Cock's that is guaranteed to re lieve constipation and liven ui the liver just as quickly as calo* inel, but without any of the ba< after-effects of calomel. Tin name of this medicine is DodsouV Liver Tone. It isa pleasant tast ing vegetable tonic that mildlv stimulates the liver and caus...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

PFrT- ¥r<*ti r' m iPI ggjpu I.:! (V fk'fp Nhesaa CMity LNfcr By Th Burleson County Publishing Co. N. W. RANKIN, Mauler. jltOTcd at thfe poitof* •! Caldwell. Tex*# u second-cIam mall matter Advertising Rate* ")o*> insertion 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion Vabscnption Per Year : Si.50 Three months 80c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) THE TEN COMMANDMENT IN BflSINESS. Thou shalt not wait for something to turn up, but thou shalt pull off^ thy coat and wot k, that thou ihh\ est grow and prosper in thine affairs. Thou shalt not ^0 ab<>ut thy bus- iness looking like a bum, for thou shouldst know that personal ap- parences is better than a 1< tter of recommendation Thou shalt not b^discouraged in misfortune, for he is a great man who accepts the lemons passed to him and uses them to start a lem- onade stand. Thou slialt not wait to be told what to do, nor in what manner tbou shalt do it. Thus mav tby...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

«I «I >v i } Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 0-6 Located Up-stairs Opera Houae Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi'ohcuok Drug Store. Culls answ r- promptlv day or night. Day phone 82. nigh -phone * HI Caldwell, Texts DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Methodist S. S. Notes. B.v F. H. Hitchcock, Supt. Our attendance dropped to 17h, but we had a good school. We I need to work a little harder on j our absentee list. Most of the classes used the missionary lesson as it was our 1 regular Missionary S u n d a y. JThe term of the former Mission- ary Committee having expired, a new one was announced as fol- lows: W. M. Stone, Miss l>>ttie •Janeik and Dr. K. .1. Savage. Other committees were an- nounced as follows: Committee ion the sick: Miss Loula Thorn- j son. John Schiller and Miss Nora Kiel : Music Committee: Miss- [cm L'niiso Mlackburn a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

MSÉk JIÉÉSSMSMSBWBI OUR RURAL STAFF Voleny View . We are having some fine cottor picking weather now and tin farmers of this section are mos' through except the top crop that will not be o¡>en for some tin yet. Seth Groce and family si>eni a day or so nea>* Lyons last week Mrs. Henry Thomas who Iw been quite sick, is eon vale seen' now Alex Flanagan of Lone Oak visited relatives here Saturday. Quite a crowd from Tunis passed through here Saturday enroutto Berry's Creek hunting and fishing. We judge from th time they are staying they ar< having good luc k. Mrs. J. C. Thomas- of Sooner ville is visiting relatives here. Roger Groce was in Somervill< on business Monday. J. C. Flanagan and wife spen1 Sunday at Lone Oak. Dewitt Calvin, wife and child ren of Providence spent Satur day and Sunday here. Plow Boy. m'% 4 Cooks Point. Trespass Notice—The publi< is hereby notified that we have a lease on all the Windel lands in Burleson county, and that fish- ing, hunting or tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

í . :" m. $798 p For Choice of Any Nan's Suit in THE BLACK FRONT STORE feme ol.thtN Suits art marked to Mil1 at $18, $18 and $12.80. This la a caah propoaltlon and la made to got caah. Como quick and got tirat choleo. You may never got ouch a bargain again. $6.48 for a Lady'a Coat, plaid of atrlpe and puro wool. Thoro la no oqual, parallel or match for thom at tho price In exiatonce. They oro juet from Now York, and ahow it from ovory onglo you look ot fhem. $8.48 buyo any pair of 58.00 Walk-Over Shoes in the BLACK FRONT STORE. $28.00 buyo a Lady'a Coat, the moat elegant ever aeon in Cold- well for ao moderate r price. If you want one of theae high claaa Coate, the price will be cut in the middle. And e Big lot of Ton Dol- lar Long Coete for $8.00. No etore will be anxious to meet THE BLACK FRONT Prtéee on long coate. $1.48 for choice of e lot of Ladiee' Skirts that cannot bo bought upon the feee of the eerth for lees price. 30c for e hat. The kind that haa heretofore been aold at $...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 November 1914

¡I I i 1 "' f,^v. a-^#V-«&& WE WILL BE THURSDAY NOV. 26 THANKSGIVING We want Your Trade ^¡)2ni^enliii^enKniy We will Treat Yon Right Iw^fflWWWWWftWWWWWWWW Books And Newspaper. Local and Personal. Mrs. R. J- Stone of George- towo spent the Week here with Books ar(J wonderfu|, nut only rtílfttÍV68 | in their multiplicity, but in their j persuasive power. The books W. D. Autrey of Gause was ) down the first of the week shak- a'd ',a"ers to,l,iV '""uIJ lh" ing hands with old friends. mD They | only an intellectual but a moral, _ , , . ! force. If all books and paper j J. W. Clinton who has been ... , , . . t A were correct in principles and visiting relatives here went to ^ _ . in judgement, there would be a Crmeron Sunday to spend some You are Going to See Her time. Rev. G O. Summers returned1 to Aubrey Saturday after visit- ing the family of Rev. M. C. Bishop. Rev. M. C. Bishop, wife and daughter, Miss Coral are attend- ing the Baptist General Convent- ion in Abilene this week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

Burleson County Ledger • uta Baiabllahvd I8B4 Consoild«t*d • • iar Chronlol* IOO mmv H AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Uadgar e«i«bllah*d 1007 _ jm . ¡011 Conaolldatad P*b. Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, November 27, 1914 Number 42 A WARNING Three things they say can't safely do—Fool with the tail of a cyclone, tickle the heels of a mule, nor monkey with the gun that "isn't load- ed." Permit us to add a fourth. You can't make much of a financial success in life with- out forming a saving habit and a bank account. Just a little saved from your earning and from khe sale of your products deposited in this bank from time to time will soon grow to pro- portions that will be a help to you when you are in need. Today is the time and this is the place. The First State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Func' Bank w. w. ATrORNKY-AT-I-A W AND NOTA H V Pl'HIJC Office Is Ledger Buildlir Caldwell, Texas u >y ¿ T GILLEY SHARING HIS PROFITS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS. My Cash Registers are now Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

Local and Personal Mrs. Emiuett Bell is visiting' relatives in Beaumont* C. C. Ragsdale went Wednes- day to visit his sister in Taylor. Miss Eula Gose left Wednes- day to spend Thanksgiving at Alvord. E. W. Felter of Kingsville is here on a visit to the family of Mrs. Silla Webb. Rev. J. C, Huddleston of Jack- sonville, visited his mother Mon- day and Tuesday. Miss Nannie Finney of Rosen- berg is a guest of Miss Betti e Scott this week Miss Nora Kleb x-eturned Tues- day from Houston where she spent a few days with friends. For Rent;—The residence of Tom Skrabanek; $15 per month. See J. F. Wondrash or J. J, Maresh. The rain this week has inter fered with the district court and business in general. J. C. Kleb returned Monday from Marlin where he spent two weeks which is greatly improv- ed. Mrs Nina Loden who has been visiting friends here for a few days returned to Nacogdoches Monday. Rev M. C. Bishop, wife and daughter, Miss Coral, returned from attending the Baptist con vention at A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

r-W - „ _ T -> ,• Self Culture Club. « . * # Owing to a heavy rain the reg- ular meeting of the Self Culture Club was postponed from Thurs- day the 12th instant to Tuesday following. The club met at the residence of Mrs. 1. E. Brooks. The president, Mrs. J. P. Cobb, called the house to order and submitted several matters of business. Among these, the sub- ject of drinking fountains for the public school building was dis cussed A committee, consisting of Mrs. James Hagsdale and Mrs. J. R. Hartgraves, was ap- pointed to look into the matter. Mrs. T P. Gilley, Mrs. Ger aid, Mrs. Charles Oliver and Miss Pagan formed another commit tee to plan an entertainment for Xmas week the proceeds of which will be used to purchase the drinking fountains After disposing of business the lesson was turned over to the leader, Mrs. C. S, Williams. The subject for study and dis cussion was "The Venetian School," and Mrs. Williams brought out many {joints of in terpst and beauty. Mrs. Gerland's paper, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

MrkSM CNM| Lc«icr IS tiy Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Maaater. ^Hifid at the poatofft* at Caldwell. Texas. M wcoiki-cIm Mil matter Advertlalng Rote ■>ne Insertion 20c per inch AJI advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each naertion Subscription Per Year fl«50 Three months AOc, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) FASHION TO HELP COTTON. Fashion makers in Chicago are going to help out the cotton indus- try by insisting that women *hall wear good ojd-fashioned, washable white petticoats. The Fashion Art League of America guarantees that the petti- coat is beautiful "it scalloped, but- tonholed and embroidered." More- over its returning popularity "will furnish employment for women workers in the homes and will help the cotton industry more than the wearing of cotton dresses because we manufacture in America the sort of material a petticoat can be made of, and we do not manufac- ture fancy or sheer cotton materi- als." Well, why...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

i t Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 0-8 Located Up-stairs Opera Houm Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3toue & Hi'ohcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly clay or night. Day phone 32. night, phone "81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlc* With Dr. A. G. Kru« «r. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No. 44. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERNS: s. 918.00 per week $3.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. issJtii When You go to Martin, Texas Take Your Haths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, N. D. Proprietors. M.|Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will be in Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert & Thueber's Saloon and pay top prices for your hide. Frits Miman buys for me at Desnville. WAR WAR We have declared War on Dirty Cloth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

Methodist Missionary Society Our offering during week of prayer amounted to $2tí,80. The social meeting which was to have been held at Mrs. DeWitt Alford's Tuesday afternoon was rained out; but nothing prevent ing we will have it there next Tuesday, December 1. Those who were to have served on the program that afternoon please take notice as we will have the same one next Tuesday. It has been decided to hold our Bazaar Friday, December 11, jus j two weeks off. If "some of us are like some of the rest of us" we will have to hustle to get ready for it. So let's all get busy with our fancy work— aprons, etc., etc. Publicity Superintendent. THE 'MIOTIC 9QLLAR War Revenue Tax of $105,000,000 Levied—Beer Bears Brunt of Burden. going !■_ J try by insisting that women *hal wear good ojd-f&shioncd, washable white petticoats. The Fashion Art League o America guarantees that the petti coat is beautiful "if scalloped, but ton holed and embroidered. " Morf over its returning popularity "wi f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

m $7-98 '4i 5 j } For Choice of Any Nan's Suit in IKE BLACK FRONT STORE Soma of thsse Suits oro marked to sell at *18, $18 and $12.80. This la a aaah proposition and ia made to got caah. Come quick and gat firat choka. You may never get auch a bargain again. 88.48 for a Lady'a Coat, plaid of atripe and pure wool. There ia no equal, parallel or match for them at the price in exietence. They are juat from New York, end ehow it from every angle you look at tliom. $3.48 buya any pair of $8.00 Walk-Over Shoea in the BLACK FRONT STORE. 828.00 buye e Lady'a Coat, the most elegant ever eeen in Cald- well for so moderate r price. If you want one of these high class Costs, ths price will be cut in the middle. And e Big lot of Ten Dol- Isr Lang Costs for $8.00. No_ store will be snxious to meet THE BLACK FRONT Prices on long coats. $1.48 for choice of e lot of Ladies' Skirta that cannot be bought upon the face of the earth for leas price. 30c for a hat. The kind that has heretofore been sold a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 November 1914

|W«pP|fSf * - I Mm-: ' . ' y'r * -,♦ . ?f', , j:Y, . f+\ <H i mm mmmmmmmmmmmmb# I I 1 v.i I >f¡: Js-' RÍ , >* * * t.. L1 .*>> Wf i p ,, i, ^ ¿'v) . yt';". <•',•'■ sjk' £ >L;f' ,kí 'J L1 I j 4S) 4© S& S& **9 <9 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 491 BUGGIES AND WAGONS Moon Bros. Bugpies, Banner Buggies, Staver Buggies, • c Mitchell WAGONS "Old Hickory "WAGONS. We Think No Better Line of Buggies and Wagons are Made. WE HAVE THEM AND WANT TO SELL YOU BUCK'S STOVES I 2 U I 5 NOTHING BETTER BIGGEST LOT OF GUNS AND CARTRIDGES IN THE COUNTRY WE CAN FIX YOU UP FOR THE HUNT Our Assortment is Complete Come and Let Us Dicker With Yon No Trouble to Show Goods We Have the Following: RUST PROOF SEED OATS FANCY ALFALFA SEED. SEED RYE. ORIOLE FLOUR. Full Line of Hardware. Full Line of Groceries * We want Your Trade ®¡|2inM^ente^ento We will Treat Yon Right jfovvvMmvvvvmmvvMiHHWwvvwmvmdt Local and Personal. Patronize Ledger advertisers' Mrs. Jack Parkhill le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 December 1914

•cigar bstabllahad ISO? fionmnHtlmtmt P*b. toil AIN NEWS-CHRONICLE «¿aras?-*"-*-1- /ssá c^r--vol.i?5V— Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, December 4, 1914 [OT ONE MONEY EARNER in ten FULLY realhses the real and actual value of keeping his money in a bank. The careful handling of even a small account exerts a forceful power in buildiug op and increasing one's credit. In addition to the protection afforded your money and the safety of paying bills by check, it is well worth while to carry your money in the bank and get the benefit of this credit building force—have it work for you. Your account will be given care- ful attention and protection at the The pirst State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Func Bank Schmidt-Chernosky. At the residence of Mrs. Annie Duewell near Cooks Point, Albert A. Schmidt and Miss Lillie' Chernosky were happily married by Rev. E. E. Schmidt Thursday, a good sized crowd being in at tenciance at the wedding. After the cermony was over and con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 December 1914

Local and Personal W. E. Schubert of Lincoln, L«e county, was here onj&business Monday. John M. Matthis was up from Bren ham Tuesday on business in the district court. L. W. Henslee and family on Monday moved into their tine new residence on Buck street. W. W. Wright has moved ink) the Huds m residence on the square and will take boarders. Sheriff E. A. Ellis this week moved with his family into the jail where he will reside while he is sheriff. Rev. G T. Story, of Houston, will preach here Sunday at the Presbyterian church, morning and evening. Rufus Fraim has gone to Den- ver, Colorado, where he has ac- cepted a position in a telegraph office. For R^nt; —The residence of Tom Skrabanek; £Ió per month. See J. F. Wondrash or J. J. Maresh. Sam Murray and family of Dal- las have moved here and will live on the home place of A.C-Murray his father. Kone Proposes a Cotton Holding Co. Austin, Texas, November 80. 'Commissioner of Agriculture Kone, today issued a call for a delegate conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 December 1914

M Self Culture Club. I easy to preserve health r í A short time ago a petition from the citizens of West Cald- well was presented to the Self Culture Club requesting that a walk be opened through the cen- ter of the city park. A commit- tee was appointed to investigate the matter The said com inittee brought in its rejxirt at the last meeting of the club, the sum and substance of which is this: "After consulting with several lawyers and other prom- hlfcnt business men, we find that it is not in our power—even if we were so disposed — to grant the request of the people of West Caldwell" The ladies of the Self Culture Club leased the plot of ground from the S. F. R. R for park put-poses only. The deed is to this effect and we haven't the right or privilege to make any change. We trust this will be urt is factory to our friends of West Caldwell in regard to the opening of a public road through the City Park. We hope they will assist in im- proving and beautifying tli" park, and feel, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 December 1914

MrtesM CNM| Letter By The Burleson Comity PubUshiof Co. W. W. RANKIN, Mauler. at the poetof*® «t Caldwell, Tokm. m woné-cliM mall matter. Advertising Rata* ">ne Insertion - - 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per lina each naertion I flobaeription Per Tear Si. 50 Three fnonths 80c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) CAN BEAT MAIL ORDERS. Let the mail order house ad- vertise in the local papers « f the state, let the gaudily illustrated catalog be distributed by the ton, let the circular letters and special allurement fiood the mail and still the wide-awake town merchant can smile, provided the germ of progress is working in his communty. We can beat them all. The mail order house is generally ready to buy advertising space in local papers. Such a concern al- ways makes attractive what it has to sell. Its salesmanager takes ad- vantage of every opportunity, He is competing* not so much with local industry and keen busi- ness methods...

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