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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

* riesen Ctmnhj N «« Bsiabllahad 1884 Consolidated Chronlcl ' ISOO IHav 189 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg«r Bat«bll*h*d 189 7 Consolldatsd Pab. I9U Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, March 31, 1911 Number 5 Which way are you going? Are you saving • or are you falling behind? lt*s to your | interest to give this matter serious con- ; ¡ sideration. You can't begin to go forward un- ; til you begin to save money. Make up your ; mind today to open an account at our bank. ; We want your business. We will accomodate ; •you in every way possible. Our facilities are" unsurpassed. Vhe &¿rst State ffiank. Of Caldivctt, ZJoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK « • NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING j | I « ' J J .\ f \ * f* ft h ' •« ¡¡fifj ■•i Our Teas and Table Luxuries er •re a delight to the women who likes the best and daintiest. We have so many things that are t« :nJ t,into eye and palate that we cannot name them Will v o a no us and yourself the favor of coming here that we may show t hem to ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

%¿4 Walk-Oxer Shoes at Pagana. "Novelty Shower" Í— Without regsrd for the difa- greeable weather loat Saturday affernoon, the members of the Qui Vive Club met at the beau tiful home of Mrs. J. R. Heslep tío honor Miss Alex Dean with a Novelty Shower. Each member entered heartily Sato this shower as Miss Dean is one of our charter members and had rendered such valuable as- eistanoe in the club entfertaii\- ments of the past. Mendelssohn's wedding march, rendered by Mrs. Jesse Garrett, soon hushed the lively conversation of the guests and the bride-elect was escorted into the parlor to these solemn strains. Immediately after her arriv- al Miss James sweetly sang, "You Ask Me Why I Love You So" and leplics to these words were depicted upon the counte- nances of all present. Hut tuo momentary melancholy soon turned again to mirth, all bein : requested to entangle the spi der-web which was made of as many blue ribbons as tí&re were guests and at the end*>f each delicate web a bit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

^ ;\k Burned. m of Rosentrator & leTnmi, in I^yons, was burn- •ed at 3:30 o'clock Sunday morn- ing. When first discovered the flames had made great headway and all attempts at putting out the fire were unavailing. The •ntire stock of goods wat* des- troyed together with the build- ing. The books alone «ere ssv- ad. The loss to the proprietors of the Kaloon is about $2,1)0() -with no hisuranse. The building which was the property of John Danchak was also without in- surance and was worth about •l,500. The origin of the fire is unknown and there is uo cine as to how it started. Danchak and Knglernan will erect a brick buildiug on the site and resume business therein. A barber and sh«><> shop, for colored people, near this building jrJis also burned. Queen Quality Silk Hose nnd Shot's at 1'aj.ran. Advertised letters. The following letters remain uncalled for in the Caldwell post office for the week ending Wed tiesda.v, Say "advertised" when calling for same: McHride, Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

• • County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, at the poatofflce at Caldwell. mall matter. Advertising Kmtmm One Insertion .. 20o per inch PERMONTH 1 to •Vincha 00c P®r inch 10 to tO " f. «te •« M 30 to 50 , « 4Sc " " 80 to 100 " 40c •« " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Carda of thanks, resolution of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for samo rate as local readers. Subscription Per Tear ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Waldorf f2.50 Sboes at Fagan. > Story of a Dollar Ten years ago a farmer put hit initials on a dollar bill. The next day be went to the nearest town and spent it with a mer chant. Before the year was out he got the dollar baJk. Four times in six years ^ie dollar came back to him for produce, and three times he had heard of it in the pocket of his neighbors. The last time he got it back, ♦'r'w . *. fonr years ago, he sent it to a mail order house. He has never seen that dollar since, and he never will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

V :a( anb personal iji happenings .1, W of mcch. 0/ >mmn Waldorf 92.60 Hjioes at Pagan, W. H. Conoly waa up from Houston Sunday on a abort viait to relatives and friend . Misa Alioe McMillan returned 'to Cleburne Sunday after a abort vktit to home folka. J. Y. Btubbletield returned to tlogera Friday after a short viait to thefamily of B. F. Delaniater. Queen Quality Bilk Ho8e and ~8hoea at Fugan. Mra. J, VV. Carter who haH been visiting the family of her mother Mra. 8. K. Nwwoomb, returned to Houston Sunday. Mra. W« S. Lackey lia return- ed from tteiton where she apent a few days visiting friends and relatives. Walk-Over Shoes at Fagan. Mrs John Dusek returned to her home in Cameron Saturday after a visit to the family of Mra. Frank Skrivanek. Mrs. H- K. Lehde and children have returned from Quarry where they visited relatives for amera I days. Picture Framing at Caldwell Furniture Co. It. F. Tray wick and family 'have moved iron Temple to this placo where lie h is a job as night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

iSw.'V- ■■ I I ONE-FOURTH OF A TON *M Bul M <W JUST ARRIfED Tie lad land Brand0 For Quality R. R. KELLY TOWN TOPICS. Walk-Over Shoes at Fagan. Miss Pol lie Robertson from Waelder, is the guest of Miss Ella Kraitcbar. Tjon Hudson of St. Louis, vis- ited relatives here the first of the week. Embroideries—a tremendous assortment at Fagans. Miss Fay Delamater went to Gause Wednesday to visit rela- tives. FORSAL.E- ||2 per ton. Hogg, Texas. -Prairie Hay at W. W. Watson, 3 31 At Ben Bell of Beaumont, visited hpme foiks here Wednesday on his return from a trip out on the Concho. Miss Nellie Parkhill has re- timed from an extended visit to Mineral Wells. Queen Quality Silk Hose and Shoes at Fagan. 'Mrs. W. C. Rundzhier and lit- tle daughter returned to Chries roan Wednesday from visiting her mother, Mrs M. J, Philp. Mrs, li. 4. Polansky returned Wednesday from visiting in Ly- ons being accompanied by Mrs. Joe Zadapa who will visit here. Spring 1911 Millinery at Fa- gans. ✓ C. W. F. Winde...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

j?í/> . i '¡/'-H * ■* «E f Wr """ •• 'UKtpM . —y IR. CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. imuHm Vqlney. á * - ^ ¿p i, . v . *' ** . ■ 'v • '• ' Several from here attended the picnic at Lore Oak lawt Sat- urday. m Alex Flanagan and family and 8am Coleman were up from Clay lust week. •lack Nix and family of near Lyons were guest of Wiley Car- rington's family Sunday. Mrs. Seth Groce ¡h on tli9 sick list this week, ay is also her lit- tle babe. Cab and Wiley Cnrrington went to the county capital Mon- day. Mrs. Sarah Groce vinitedThad Holme* and family at Live Oak last Saturday and Sunday. 'Mrs. Emma Holmes of Lone Oh le visited her lister, Mrs. Lela M as.fv last Monday. Mrs. Curri' Groat huti&e drove down from Caldwell last Monday to spend a w '«k with her father and brother Wiley. Cal> Carringkm, Jr., and H. Flanagan visited Mound Prairie Sunday. Anon. LOST Two cowk branded ('. G. and marked crop off right; over and under bit in left ear. Got out < f McArthur pasture \Ver<> mine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 March 1911

m I to I the demands of the trade of Burleson County and of all other seetions that will oome our way. You good name is "O. X." with ua if your ready money it abort. We have on hand one car of Missouri seedcorn, cane and milles seed. One car Cumberland blacksmith coal just anfoaded. We can iurnish ydu coal at a low price. Maine seed Irish potatoes now on hand A big lot South Texas Ju- llff Plantation Ribbon Cane Molasses on hand. , . . , . Landreth's Garden Seed. Onion Beet. Rape Seed. Seed Oats. (Mole Flour. Collar Pads. Waukegan Wire. Poultry Netting. American Hog Fence. Elwood Hog Fence. 1 Behuerenberg Middle Breakers. VJp Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies, Wagon and Buggy Harness. ^ Buck's Stove Still Leads. 9" Riding Middle Breakers. Hamos, Traces, Collars. Mr. BUI Planters. 9 Galvanised Roofing. Our Grooery Stock is Full—And ^ Mere to Oome. 9^ ágJ&S & wDSQc Our trade can depend on us staying; with them for any and everything they reed to make a crop with, and we carry the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

ChroníeTJ" "•wím c r.-voii Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April 14,1911 miMHiiinmnittiMMU *♦* 4H< Springtime The time to start things. The time to start life on a good basis. Lite is not a business basis if you are upending as much you earn—no progress, no ambition. OTY COUNCIL Has let Contract for New 100 Foot Steel Stsnd Pipe* You have to have capital. Yon must save to get that capital. Open an account with UK=this will start you to saving. Jjhe J'irst State ffiank. Of Caldwell, Uoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING i For the Feast After the Fast this jrroeery store offers a most tempting array ot good thinjrj to ent. The place is bright with tempting suggestions for dainty meals and good living, Order your Eaoter jrrocerien here ami your table will be the be*t you ever set and won't cost you any more than, if as much us usual. Simpson Grocery Co. The latter part of last week the city council met and all the newly elected officers qualified an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

" i • . '4; & w- É*;! y? ■>wm . vv -','Ví,: í' > ü TPPB 1 , V-'. . . ' > '. É' ' mm m ■ K ™ *n tí ett is Laster ■■'•S': ,V|i i ..' -<;'T r**— Have you bought your new "toggery" for this «casion? Of course we don't have to tell you that our store is the home of the bes , That goes without saying and we can always deliver the goods. * 4 1 V rft.'" 1 A man is first judled by his appearance, ail later by his character. The ap- pearance part is easy if yon wear the rifht kind ol clothes. The man who wears Hart, Schaffner ft Man clothes does not only make a food appear- ance, hot he has no apologies to make no mat- ter where he foes or with whom he is associated. We have a big line in the new tans, browns, ¿rays and blocs in the new spring 1911 models. Come in and let ns show them to yon, and remember our prices ran from 10 to 40 It Is a fact that tbt man with a Stetson Hat alvava obuissan audience." It gives him a gentlemanly air which inclines gentlemen towards him. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

m >AD MEETING eni Meet With T. Fay at Opera House. Thornwell Pay, Vice President and general manager of the Southern Pacific railroad, and chief engineer E. B. Cutting, stopped here Tuesday afternoon on their way tó Giddings look- ing over the country between Stone City and that place with a view to the location of the pro- posed feuid between those two places. As soon as it became known that they were here many of the business men called at the hotel tosee these gentlemen and ascertain what the people of Cala well were expected to do to help secure the road. A meet- ing was .-ailed at the opera house for that evening after supper and about forty businessmen were in attendance. J, C. Jones stated the object of the meeting and then Mr. Fay made s:>me very encouraging remarks, stating that if the road should be built and come by Caldwell, no bonus would be expected or asked for by the company, but the citizens would be expected to give grounds for a depot, switch yards, and a fr...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

Advortl One Insertion By Th County Publishing W. W. EAWilW. ■BS99BBaOSB9 Entered at the postoffice at Caldwell.] Texas, as second-class mail matter. R«t* 20c per inc! PEH MONTH" 1 to V% I nebs 80c per inch| 10 to 80 " ¿V)c 30 to 50 " 45c fiO to 100 " 40c | All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cents per line «ach insertion. Cards of thanks, resolution oil respect and all matter of a like nature cliarged for same rate as| local readers. Subscription Per Year . ...$1.00| (Invariably in Advance.) Texas soil and climate is con- ducive to the growing of almost •very product knQwn and agri- cultural opportunities are grow- ing larger every year. ' HEN ROYALTY PASSED AWAY th Period and Style of Mourning Were Strictly Regulsted in the Past. Royal moruning in the past was Li irogulated far more elaborately'than your riCW tO^gnowadavs. In pre-revolution days, 111* flfnrA Is Iv^Mé^'bcn the French court was in ur siorc is tne the roval apartmcnt8 liver the sroods. I * f \ H ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

«ttb personal happenings of the ireeh. VMU MK1I||W| (he Maniilbcture, «nrt Exclmiiirt) o i««ar l.lquorM Except .Mudicul, HcleittlAc uml Mi*. Clepper returned from Ly on« Saturday from visiting reía- * liven. J. D. Giddings was up from 8om«rville Friday on a business trip. R. S. Newsom was a visitor bore.from the Brazos bottom Monday, Proposed Amendment to the otate Constitution Prohibit In* Texas Sanitary Code* T. A. Mullinax, of .Nuvasota, was here several days this week on business. W. S. Vinson, of Brenham, visiU'd relatives here the last of last week. Mrs. \Y. S. Houston and <*hii- dreo of 8omervilie spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. T. F. (hiley. J. Louis Giddings has been gathering some lusncus dew- berries from hit* garden the past past few days. J. G. Dunn and Adolph Polan- sky left 8unday for Martin where they will spend some time hav ing their eyes treated by a spec« iuliat. There was quite a crowd went out on Mc(iee bayou on a fishing trip the first of the week and r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

í&m ni W- § ONE-FOURTH OF A TON "Red Band Brand Candy" JUST AMOVED Por Pound •ma Red Bud Brand* For Qmlity H. R. KELLY mm local anfc personal ¡ iíj happenings of tl>c ipcelt. i □ □ □ It Was the Time of Roses Br ELIAS LIEBERMAN □ □ □ Cliff Douglass and wife have moved into their new home in the West End. A nice lunch at the Methodist bazaar in the Hudson building. W. U. Silliinan is erecting beautiful residence on ffis lot front of W. N. fleslep. in Mrs. R. 8. Bowers and chil- dren want to Brenham Tuesday afternoon to visit frienda and iriattves. Mrs, J. W. Goodwin accom- panied by Rev. Goodwin and lit tie son, Paul, left Tuesday night for Fort Worth whore she is expected to undergo an opera- tion. J. A. Gray went to Austin Wednesday night to look after the matter of fixing up and ar- ranging the bond issue for the erection of the new standpipe. Young Woman's Auxiliary At Home WITH MRS. J. W. JENKINS Friday evening 5 to 6. Co., Bank, San Jacinto Closing. We the undersigned Mer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

Vi üfc * - W'. I I i ÜMIIHHIHrillHII CORRESPONDENTS Providence Pickups Miss Mam mié Henderson vie* ited Mis Karl Royal Saturday night.. W. lí. Iv.y of Volney visited J. U. Hoy ni last week. Jteff Houston of 'flknoTcy Row, visited hie old home here last week. Miasen Bessie Little and Alvah Royal visited Miss Lizzie Thom- as last week. Mrs. Maud Dickerson who has been sick, we «re xlad to report, is improving. 8am Davidson of Tunis, at- tended Sunday School iiere last Sunday and while here visited u few friunds. Everybody is given a cordial ifivitation to attend our Sunday School every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Cotton if coming np nicely, but some will have to plant over. Corn is ^doing tine and indications point to a good crop. Kufus, the little son oí Km- mitt Calvin, i« very t>ick at this writing. Eugene Newcomb of Volney visited relatives hero last week, ({eucock Hyan and wife accom- panied by his mother, visited John Calvin and family Sunday. Sam RoJjbins and family vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 April 1911

B A Complete Line of Base M Goods In Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big Qerman milet Seed—WhippoorwiU Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn in stock yet. Bran and Chops. m Grocery Department é 4 iM None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good good* and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Genuine French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Gro eery Une. . HowitbMt 4 Bocks Stove? Best on Earth Is It Something In The Hardware DeP't? MOLDIUX. El wood Hog Fencing. AYaukegan Wire. Cham- pion Oalvaniied Cisterns, Kun rau teed not to crush or >ak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagons. Ban- ner Buggies. Moon Bros. Buggies. John Deere Cul- tivators. Standard Cuiti- vators. Diverge Cultiva- tors. 8chuerenberg Sweep 8rocks Pull line fheif hardware. Imported whit enamalwsro. Big lot of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

• 11 ¡«á csr.-v°i«v— AND NEW8-CHRONICLB Volumm XXVII =?= '•«SKWisaj Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April ai, 1911 Numbers M nimiiiinmnimmM>MMiiMimintn m Springtime The time to start things. The time to start life on a good ba9is. Ufe i* not a business lasts if you are spending m muoh you étii'ri— h£ progrese, no ^mbitíon? You have to linve capital. YoVi Vuust save to get that capital. Open an account with us—this will start you to < > saving. T /]" 7Jhe ¿First State ¿/Sank. Of Caldwell, TJoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK no otAer business than banking IMStli inimiiiim n iient «<♦!♦♦♦ We'll Explain the Difference between the various blends of o< tT«*e, tea, etc, if you desire. But people whocoine here regu- larly for their groceries have come to rely on us when we say an article is "all riguf." Ws don't handle the ''near pure" kind of groceries. Try our cof- fee as a sample of our grocery service. Simpson Grocery Co. FARMER'S UNION Met in Quarterly Session at Second Creek La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

•v V* - ' Willi ,';i-j. Í - ' - ' V £ , I A ui :e Church M< Holiday morning the Providence Baptist Churchi tf mile* east of town we d «d, the dedicatory mmof™* pNtchad at 11 °'clock^MwelL A. N. «*««. ^W( a, There was no ®ornin/A congregation wer a* well a* oran hew. Anela gram had yiemueM^ crowd in was a —* tendan ^5re was spread by the ^OU Die people of that seotior ^^nificient dinner for the the citizen* te musical pro- prepared and excellent. There *t alf the surjound- aud at the noon assemblage of people ail ol m were cordially entertained made to feel at home. At 3 o'clock that afternoon lere was another able sermon by Rev. Pledger and Rev. W. 8. Lackey was to have preached that evening but the lain pre- tren ted this, A collection for mitt- •ions was taken up at (he morn-' ing aervice and the sum of $75 resitted for this purpose. history of the church ictiurch was organized in 1841 and is, there- oldest church organi- county, and since its existence, a live church, that com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

&*> íji 1 - mmm — • ■■■• ' '■ • i.p;r m ,:y 4 \ • - ; Cocal aró personal ¡ 5 ijj íj«ppeni«9í i)l g £ W of tbc ipcgh. W J « * aamN * iiiis* niin«nn¡ i There have been numbers gentle shoXvers this week. of Whey a roan is mule headed be hasn't got horso sense. It. 8. liowers was in Somerville on legal busiuesa Tuesday. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Mikaska Monday Morning, a fine boy. Hill Holutes and wife have moved into the residence of Mtb. Sarah Clark. Mrs. W. C. Carroll visited Mrs. B. C. Newberry in Lyons a lew days this week. J, C. Kleb and daughter, Mif-s Nora are in Lexington visiting friends and relatives. If you want to know just ex- aetly what your ueighbors are doing subscribe for the Ledger. There was a nice ball given at German i a hall last night. It was well attended and all had a fine time. Kov. A. N. Pledger went Mon- day afternoon to Lyons where he preached to a good sized con- gregation that night. Miases Garduña Schiller and Lottie Jancik left Wednesday for Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

WPBs ¿1 Ufe üwWII [ |í§ i mmcsm cnmi Ldger By Th Burleson Couaty Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, mm . Entered at the postoffice at Caldwell, Texas, as second-class mall matter. Advertising R«t®* One Insertion 20c per inch i'eitmunth 1 to dii inohs per inch 10 to 44 SOc •« " 30 to 50 " 4.V " 44 60 to 100 44 -Wc " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cento per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolution of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) The New Railroad. Do the citizens of Caldwell and Burleson County realize what an opportunity we have offered ue in the way of a new railway ? It is not nay desire to try to dic- tate to the people here as to their duty but a few suggestions would perhaps not be out of place. In the first place this is not to be a tap line or branch line but it is to be the main line of a great sys- tem. equal to if not greater than the San...

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