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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

t - .. ' 'V . pj •?> * • " '! ,r'^f y f I , ^ i y&: iS^^wba ,'v.^ 'Ktj. ^1$ stiipp MUMMi t. WmmmmmM asfe-fc^S m&m ^ * "*■, , 1 "MV"11 /V'V ' , x That Bargain Counter of ours was ago from the very start. On last Saturday our store was thronged with bargain hunters and we took in $200 Spot Cash, sold 30 pair shoes off our bargain counter. Come in and join the rush, we are the only STRICTLY CASH STOKE in Aspermont. We Boy for Cash, Sell for Cash. When you buy goods at our store you don't have to settle any bad debts for the other fellow. The man that sells on time has got to sell higher than the man that sells for cash, for the reason he has so many bad debts that some one has got to pay. As we sell for cash we can sell cheaper COME TO OUR STORE and witness the Battle of Dollars. Cash talks at our Store Remember the Bargain Counter at J. A. CARROLL, The Cash Ma" HMMK&Util ■^mMw ""St $$$$$ $$$$ ( McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT \ COMPANY \ Loan Money < Make Abstracts <...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

- "■ ii ■ 11; i mi' two or tljree hundred ■ tsggL-^ P9|PRi Publl H a) Bvary Thursday mCHARDH. McCARTY, Editor anbscrtption, ® I n V*ar. Entered at the Postoftice at Asper- ruont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month 1 ■. xt. year will be election year And see oow they will bowl try- ing to savethe country. Say, are you talking- for you tdwn and county? If not get out you blame old skin flint. The trouble with this people they buy everything and sell nothing—hence our poverty. The sorriest devil out of pur- gator? is the scoundrel that will live In a town and knock it. Is that plain enough? Well the county election will be on ne&t year—Send in your $7.50,boys, and we will whoop em up the money's worth any how. If the election of United States Senator or Governor next year, will be the means of bringing more farmers to Stonewall, or the building of good roads- Here is our hand and we will shell the woods. But if it is just a political pie, dont come to us with...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

K&wPPWi! tm&i&tm 2 )" ^ , / ) JACQUES FUTRELLE aiUyTRAI10N5 by M.Q.KsrttiMEt- COPYRIGHT 1908 fy THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGA21NE3 COPYRIGHT 1909 ly THE BObB3 - MERRILL COMPAN.V SYNOPSIS. I Count dt Roslnl. the Italian ambas- sador, |« at dinner with diplomats In thy national capital when a messenger brings a note directing him to come to n« embassy at once. Here a beautiful youn* woman asks that she be given • ticket to the embassy ball. The tick- et is made out In the name of Miss Ia- mb*! Throne. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Grimm, his head Detective, are warned that a plot of the uatln races against the English speak- •"t ra°cs Is brewing In Washington, •nj Qrtmm goes to the state ball for Information. In a conservatory his at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thome. W'.o with her companion, soon dlsap- jeears. A revolver shot Is heard and Campbell and Qrlmm hasten down the hall to And that Senor Alvarea of the ■(•Sloan legation, has been ahot. CHAPTER ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR c RICHARD a. Mccarty, Editor. ASPW5MONT. TEXAS WEATHER AND THE BOBOLINK. TboBe weatBerwise farmers ot nortft* Indiana who prophesy an early autumn because ot tbe departure of iU>« bobolink southward two or three weeks earlier than usual should con- sider the bird's peculiarities. It la <aot because be considers summer nearly over, but because be has raised a new family early that he now starts southward. In all probability. "Robert at Lincoln" departs tor the rice Helds «f the midaouth coast with the ability of his brood to fly. He and his mate come to ue early and depart early, ■ays the Chicago Record-Herald. He lhas now a new coat and will Oil him- self with rice, so that he will soon be In prime condition as the "rice bird" of the CarollnaB. He spends the win- ter in Central or South America, If he escapes the shotguns of the coast hunters, and Is billed for return ap- pearances nest April or May. One of ■the results of hot weather is the quick fulfillmen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

Effects ienuin* :NNA byihe fflUP^ kiint| i afiotilo iGlC. LAU.,Mrii id that Me*-1 Ilka maffio. I \y of ft Terr | a la the neck I [Gen'lSton | ire Sore oc Eye Wates II cool and : eye. USTOL, TENE raterrlffbta.Opett on His Woof olect In Boatben >0.60 an acre In la ir aapplv guaimw lilchUeld, lOah* in nararatMM # H to the lw 'exaa cotton lane uuyer, Nabraak* f ames and Pinkham'i enta. na Anderson Inter,R.FJ>. 1 itU.SOTIineoU Eon,S89Libert| 7, 2062 Og&M kttner, 1LB. IS ijt.lt. No.S. \ Duao, Bo* It. eiigorJl.F.D.i, cllockjlox 1273. gner, ffoxisr luolliaupt. lUaRonfchaak. 3rake,lTM*rl . >oal, R.R.No.1. II. Brejer*. baar, Box 4X ' okler, EL No. I, to. kfoore, B. H. 8. . Boell, 2218 . ibn Q. Moldao. noolno,Tl.FJ).T. . Blchar<t . i rauta, B.F.D. L, Ml. tleE.namlltoa.1 lit. i.Snow, B.No.S. wine, R. F. I>. £ CUapnuut,ltJr., berg, 7i3 Adam miHtUM. tT&anhaun.Boa Ilea. rrwkMUTJ>.a lamina, 109 JU ^ I'Olwk.MUJL Fitnesses of, cure female latloninanw iut are vrill- ind that ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

s i m i i " i mmm .. ..;rv ; - u ■< . : iim.-.mi ------- rW!$m SWBN'SON, TEXAS Take great pleasure in announcing to the public the arrival of their new and most complete stock of Fall and Winter Goods ^>u an opportunity to take advantage of the many bargains that await yon at our store. Good serviceable goods at low pnees Millinery Depatment Ladies Hats in all the latest styles and designs. The ladies can find anything in the hat line they want. Come and look them over. Ou^ Milhnery Department is complete in every detail, up-to-date in every particular, and prices that will meet w.th your approval Men'sfand Boys Suits, Great Bargains. Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishings. Come to Swenson FARMERS SUPPLY CO. % % K Hie Dying Request of a Rebel Soldier. {CONTINUED FROM FIRST PACE) nothing! but the groan of the wounded and the cries of the dying was there to break the awful silence of death and de- struction. The nurses and the surgeons were running here and Texas Farm Mortgages. Acco...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

* Q ffi © BOM U tb* Ml BfttlOM M par <Ur nl to paid artx> till tb* who 1Mb* 3MUS WrtB > water* dt the p«md mar to tft of tlM most i history ot CDIBBMnStf >th oentury. Dollars at J. A. CARROLL'S That Bargain Counter of ours was ago from the very start. On last Saturday our store was thronged with bargain hunters and we took in $200 Spot Cash, sold 30 pair shoes off our bargain counter. Come in and join the rush, we are the only STRICTLY CASH STORE in Aspermont. We Boy for Cash, Sell for Cash When you buy goods a i our store you don't have to settle any bad debts for the other fellow. The man that sells on time has got to sell higher than the man that sells for cash, for the reason he has so many bad debts that some one has got to pay. As we sell for cash we can sell cheaper COME TO OUR STORE and witness the Battle of Dollars. Cash talks at our Store Remember the Bargain Counter at J. A. CARROLL. The Cash Man oToI«IoI«IoI IoX<>ToX«XoToToT(r $ X«X X«X X©X XoXo B H i &...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

/.■ W' W-V"-' > i j f i mmS&m ' THE ASPERMONT STAR PubllshAd Eu ry Thuraday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subsorlptlon, «1 A Year, Entered at the Postoitice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Ignorance has been the world s greatest curse. Our gun is loaded and our powder is dry—for the durn knocker. Sit down and wait for oppor- tunity—and it will never come your way. Young man. there is a place for you away high up—if vou can fit in. Get equipment young man, if you are going to lead the van in this fast age. If I owned a farm or ranch the bird hunters would sure have to sbv around it. With character and a good stock of stickability, man can master the world. Fill a town full of real live boosters and things move and the knockers skeedadle. Great god! Give Aspermont more boosters and you couldn't head her off with an arm v. Well Mr' Farmer you will have to plant more hogs and mule colts and less cotton. Save the birds in Texas for five years...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

m # m m @ © © © o @ © Q \v-. ^WILBUR P. NSSB1T i i M\ Da'a all right, Mlstah Norf Win', ef yo> please, suh, jro'-kln'res'. No need ter howl en holler en ter b!on yo' level bes'. I unnahBtan' you' meanln' when yo" atsur de wobbly do' En whlssle thoo de bruk place In da ■Mid- dle o' de flo'. Doan' think dat I aln' heah- yo, en damn1 , let sech things upset yo'— De fust tltne dat yo' whlspehed, Mlstat p Norf Win', w'y, I grot yo'l Hit's all right, Mlstah Norf Win', bill mah straw hat's all I got— Dey aln* no call ter blow It clean acrojt dat vacum lot. I knows my panta dey flapptn—en dej moughty wo'n en thin WId Jiothln' ondehneath dem but mj nachul trlmbly skin. To' sho' mus' be mlstooken ef yo" let dli Job upsot you'— De minute dat ye' tech me. Mlstah Norl Win", w'y, I trot yo'l Cm-yessuh, Mlstah Norf Wln'-I'a a cos- ltatln' now Uhbout de which en why-so, en de what en when en how. To' needn' keep on blowln' thoo dls ll'l ol' summah coat. En hlntln' how ol' wlntah time am sho' ter...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

'• . k* .: ' : " •' ' W$R% ±ifcZ*50; im tfflm 'Z^yui, WMMI flSlSl ,vMS lis «:■; $& •': x. m SlW 3® Pi wm&mum .-p.* eai 23 m ie V,4P>W' iMMWI MW«.« aWI*a DO YOB DEED A KIDREY REMEDY? WUl be. found just the remedy you need. Swamp-Hoot makes friends quickly be- C««N tti mild and Immediate effect la .llzed. It Is a gentle heallns her- -pound—a physician s prescription which has proved its great curative value in thousand* of the most distressing compound—a ^hyslclan'B prescription nf ^JlfrdrugglBtM In 50c and $1.00 slses. You -nay have a sample bottle of this «• «■ reliable preparation by mall frea, . nphlet telling all about It. ireas Dr.-Kilmer A Co., Bingham- ton. N. Y. if ; RATHER PLEA8ANT. Duim-^Ah, you are in this time. I*- i called five times with this bill, Wit you've been out. Owens—Indeed? Well, you are out this time. Fine morning, isn't it? IN HOSPITAL NINE MONTHS. FOR SALAD COURSE 80MB NEW IDEAS AS TO COMPO SlTION AND 8ERVICE. Mixture Now Frequently Is Eaten the B...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

w % pjppii pBaHg — a relia- kind oil kiU the irb or splint, its, and U eny, fistula '■■■■'-Si X*. nt on a male for red her. I am your liniments than any other Iaily Kmav. ■hoe boilt off a tilled a quarter awfully bad. I i necks on three reaie heel on a Ik." , l. Oakland, Pa., No. i. arm stock. olera three daya ent, which I «u tied It now for an almost well, pt the liniment, ice." v, IdaviUe, Ind. vfij «■ Take Notlcel (B. B. B.) in th« red thousand* or •y known remedy oes this by puri- le blood—sending ,ood direct to the is *nd joints,. Riv- nth lust where It me time B. B. B. in In / the blood. Ism. In this way is made. If you len Joints, aching les, blood thin or 1-ridden with the ire B. B. B. a trial, feet lasting cure, made up of pure nd sold by drug- irge bottle, with cure. ve trial of this nail, postpaid, to rltea for It, lost claw aad mall It L.M CO, Atlaata, Ga. • ••••• • ••• tlf.iha, .ARQEST VARIETY :ment for cleaning and and color*. i BR08.A00n 0 ■ Miacellonecma VS&fZZ- ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

as®®®] LWQrWvpJ HOUSE of QUALITY Our Fall and Winter Goods are in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line of White Goods, Dress Goods, and Ginghams, Ladies Skirts, and Ladies Sweaters and Caps. Ties, Belts, and Collars See our new Shoes and Socks, We can fit you up in all sizes. We Have a Heavy Stock of Clothing for Men and Boys We always keep on hand a nice clean stock of Groceries and sell close \ Call arid see what we can show you O A. W. Springer 8c Son O 0= r<ryryr^Di LWWi DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE? If you have an article for sale, you must create a demand for that article. If you havent got the ability to do this, you had better let the other fellow have it who has got the ability. When Swift and Armour dis- covered cottolene. They sent agents all over the civilised world to advertise and put on exhibi- tion this product of cotton seed. In other words, they created a demand for it. The result, everybody now uses Cottolene instead of hog fat. Standard Oil Co. by a s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

®®1 r vWl ogram T. Daniels, east of the ngs. Joshua a Dickey, idys Clary, ranged by in Missions ppi River.— isions East of k^er. — Miss nd Abstract tive trading i have some- :rade, better T. Fillingim !<e sati factory the 15th of Guest. : all notes be placed attorney for that cost by omptly. ' ngim & Co. !Y. y night, the World, will ew between I the Soverig- : out. t to borrow nd, see Mc- A-bstract Co. II others fail. ) I LTATiiiTATAT^Ti^TilT^ThTikT^TikT* >Ti>Ti>TitTrtTAT<liT<>T<lT<liTrtT<lT<liT< ri*rJsrJFrj?rJLyi?r±*r±*rA? ttttttttttttt | McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT | | COMPANY * * Loan Money £i Make Abstracts % Write Fire Insurance * * * * * * Do Notary Work * & * ************* ************* See Them W. A. McLaury Pure Drugs ************* ************* * ► * ► * ► * ► * ► * i * ► * ► * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * lTLTiklikTi Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest m...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD II. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription $1.00 A Y*ar Entered at the Postofllce at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues * One Month There are thirteen business institutions in Aspermont that don't advertise in the Asper- mont Star. A good ad writer {jets twenty thousand dollars a year for his seryices—and yet you say that it don't pay to advertise. Had vou thought about it? There are thirteen business con- cerns that don't buy any space in the Aspermont Star in the citv of Aspermont. The man that don't advertise these days is the man that don't take his share of the trade. He may have a house full of bargains, but the buying public don't know it. One fellow says I will adver- tise just as soon as business looks up. That man has missed his calling. He ought to get him a yoke of steers and go to plowing —he is too blamed slow for this age. A general ad in a paper don't do much good. The world wants to know what vou have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

, Cooper tp Tuesday to pendicitis. ivn to the i out and ly. J. C. it he was- urn. th. s Keith is- lay off of tor Keith uck while st he took pur coun- hunt, lost >l!ar bird e blowed m. Then imford he ndry with live dollar yet he has nond stud, k for one if it. We ck on his lley train Conductor well met rain mas- umor, his :d with a t and ac- traveling ductor in Is on his. eith. Stonewall ils coming guns and get off at Go ahead r. Hunter- Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, October 27, 1911. Vol. 14. No. 13 DISTRICT COURT CONVENED MONDAY District Court opened its doors here Monday morning, and the grist mill of the law began to grind about 10 a. m. Judge Thomas and the district attorney J. P. Stinson came in on the 9:40 train from Anson. The first thing on the docket of course was the empaneling of the grand jury. The following Stonewall county citizens were sworn in as grand jurymen for this term: A. A. Alexander, J. W. Porter, D. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

Chase PLAYER - PIANO THE A. B. CHASE is the sovereign among PIANO PLAYERS. It has surpassed all other players and has gone far in advance cf older and highly advertised inferior" makes. It Is Different THE A. B. CHASE is unlike other players. Its system is different. It is more easily opprated and produces better results than!; other) players. It is different in appearance. With the A. B. CHASE you sit in a restfulfposition in an "easy" chair and enjoy the music. It is different in that the mechanism is all below the keyboard and the music roll is near the expression levers, enabling the operator to watch the roll and give perfect expression to the music. Don't pay a big price for an old-fashioned player that has not passed|the A. B. C. stage, when you can just as well own the best, the A. B. Chase. This re- markable player is now to be seen at THE A. Watkin Co. SEn erytnihg in the Music Line M:vii ;m<i Mr. ruin Sis. Dallas, Texas l>r",Feed ANb %ALfci> STABLE W. B. BINGHAM ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

- • Mtot&alMim&tMa* SEEMS EASIER TO REMEMBER MONEY'S e boat badb. governinaat and he de sea. Since have been 'exas today her leaden the world's $gf' ulding the- i am a canal lie star of al activity, ipe for the Texas lilo rEL lean beds SENT Latest Model o are milking rovo or your ut a tent drposii RIAL du ring1 •st you wish, lo keep t,iio nut onti cent. •icycJos it- Is profit «iV>ovo Ofits by buy- bohind your anyone lit any lard of factorf Itiflll Cal.1iloKU9 do bicycles for vo factory cost. ibto our prices. ut tonally have uiptiy at prices rts, repairs aud rasraii ittlngT This j W£S hipped samp, it until you iroueAw tlnw be *f«tir rciiabl* t they will rid# mat oaf prlw. idtr. w« not 'MBadtctkom Introductory •II nalmaad ctoorapair at mat m*kiat. I,ILL. I AyWWJR V. Wm r B^oi\cdAan\GS MEETS SUCCESS In Curing Herself of Serious Fe- male Ailments, by the Use of Cardui. iPffl The old-fashioned names Is like old-fash loncd roses- Like memories that come to cheer a fel ler when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

w. wt: MM wmm. w$t . ■ Tue TRUST m S&B You'll ba de- lighted with the re- sults of Calumet Baking Powder.. Mo disappoints no fiat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, oc pastry Jul the lightest, daintiest, most Uniformly raised and most deli clous food you ever ate. W —*W« blfHut mmnf World Pm P d Exposition, 1807. I ii Matters gf Especial Moment to i—I the Progreuive Agriculturist GRANDMAS TEA fa a pleasant vegetable laxa- tive that children will take readily. Hence it is invalu- able as a household remedy and should be in every home. It acta promptly, yet gently and does not grip nor gripe. It Cures all forms of stomach trouble and immediately relieves head - ache, indigestion, etc., by re- moving the cause. A cup of Grandma'* Tea taken each night before retiring will in two weeks rid you ol the worst case of Constipation MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT ACTS LIKE MAGIC | JL J. MlMnMt M.D.. ManlutQ, Afau« say* t *tm Wf practfe* I h**e found that M>x- ma Mustang Liniment act# like magic, 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

■ • { , ..... \ '$W£$ • : ' I ' Pinkham's i glad to an> l cured of dys- i and femalo les by your [cine. I had troubled with for fourteen and consulted ant doctors, iledtogetany i After using ,E. Pinkham's stable Com- l and Blood er I can say X well woman. «ss my thanks cine has don® s if you wish." Pound, Wis. E. Pinkham's ide from roots id. IS may b* nee by women stents, lnflam- ild tumors, iiv Ins, backache, itulency, indi- rvous prostra* E. Pinkham's lias been the male Ills, and to themselyes diclne a trial, it has cured d why should advicevrlto Mass., for it, helpful. •rever lanent Cure CARTERS PILLS. ighten the eyes. , SMALL PRICE. Signature there! .clcar-toondliig, e-ringlng tteedPh s. Write for fret poll need& cost, [money. Write. .1 Ft.WMth.Tn. t Eye Water nulated lids, yes. Don't pplied. Get t 25 cents. IRISTOL, TENN. ID. Give quick r*. illjr remote wel- In a fow days and 178, trial treatment B8, Bos A, AUuila^Oft, iter Starch 16 ot. pkg. 10a !. Colentaa,Wufe . ilook...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

1 tel wmmfflmmmmmmam \ g g 5SSFS « HOUSE of QUALITY Our Fall and Winter Goods are in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line oi White Goods, Dress Goods, and Ginghams, Ladies Skirts, ahd Ladies Sweaters and Caps. Ties, Belts, and Collars See our new Shoes and Socks, We can fit you up in all sizes. We Have a Heavy Stock of Clothing for Men and Boys We always keep on hand a nice clean stock of Groceries and sell close Call and see what we can show you O A. W. Springer & Son O DR. JOHN J. HARLAN; AN APPRECIATION lv?,ev. Robert E. Goodrich, His Hf^rier Pastor Pays a HigHXTribute, From Stamford Newst-f ritnn In the vast Processional of *Life, it is the privilege and lot of all j0 touch the varying types of char*, acter that form the fabric of current times. The great, the small; the known, the unknown; the good, the bad—ail are at our elbows. The days of our journey are the pages in the Book of Life's Pilgrimage. And on those pages, we write, in imperishable deeds, the stor...

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