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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

n «- *m ttrlcsun (íottuíj) N«wa e«labllsh*«i1004 Conaelldat*i Chronlcl* * 4 IfiOO May 180 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar Balabllahad 10O7 Ronaelldatad Pab. 1011 Volumne XXVU Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, September 39,1911 Number 30 TO THE PUBLIC Our steady growth is evidence that the « Banking House which throws the greatest ; safeguards around its business in order to pro* ¡ tect its depositor?, merits the confidence of the ¡ public. If you are not a customer of our bank ; let this be your invitation to become one, and ! we trust our mutual relations will be mutually < profitable. The First State Bank 0/ Caldwell, ZttJtas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BU8INES 8 THAN BANKING • ii MM' sac Two Mszicans Kilted. 4- A BURNER OR SCALDED FINGER require* quick treatment if immediate r<■! "f fmin pain is expcted. To this etui it is wise In keep ill the house ü reliable Liniment 1« i use in just such h< >r>eh< >Id emer¡¿entries, For nn ..and «'tin-!' I : ujrs and Medieinc-...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

*U;. m. Vi>, \XK- T* -' * *<"Y PP 0\i m TOWN TOPICS For 6a #rty in C residence prop- ^ell. N. C. Johnston. Mivs Millie Wotipka hns re- turned from en extended visit to Snyder. , Peter Mikeska and wile are here from Live Oak county visiting relatives. II. J. Alexander nnd J. R- Hedep have leaned the upstairs over the Caldwell Naiiona! bank and will occuy waaie as law ofti ces. Old Aunt Martha Williams, colored, a^ed about 100 years, died in the Walnut Ridge neigh- bornood Wednesday night. Masical Instruments: Don't buy until you see our large stock of everything in Musical Instru- ments. Best quality strings for all instruments. Caldwell Fur- niture Co. Miss Nora Kleb has accepted a position as book-keeper at the Light and loe pb.nt The Commissioner's Court of Freestone County will be asked to call anelection for voting $40,000 for the improvement of public road* in that county. Í Schaffner & Marx Clothes Y OI" can't find any better news in this paper than you'll find *"15*...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

V . m \ Notice. whom it May Conaern: v In compliance with the recent aet of the legislature, relative to receiving and <1 ¡«burning the echooi funda of independent dis- tricts, I, C. C. Nelmw, president of the school board of the Cald- well Independent School district, here by advertise for bids for a depository for the school funds of said district. The suceasful bidder will receive no compen- sation for handling the school funds, and th^ bids should show a rate of interest to be paid by the person or corporation bid- ding on the averngo daily bal anei-H. The bond of the t reas- urer chosen in accordance witli the above mentioned law will be in double the estimated amount of the receipts corning into his llanda. The estimated receipts for next year will be $9,OU0.('0. Sealed bids may be filed with the president of the board at any tune before -S o'clock a. m. Sat- urday, September 80, If 11. C. Nklm-S, President of the School Hoard. 1'H TUtKS KHAMI'lD: Absolute- ly the I irgest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

. ;• " w , 1 * ' " 5k *3^m A Pleasant On Tablets Pencil Boxes Erasers Pencils Pencils Holders Pen Holders * Composition Books 1 Ink and Other < School Supplies H. % Kelly's Next to Postoftice. John Chappel Remanded to Jail Without Bail. Wednesday afternoon John Chappel, colored, was given an examining trial on a charge of murdering an old Mexican in the Brazos bottom last Saturday night at Steve Montebon's sa- loon. It is the sequel to the ex- amining trial the Italians had Monday. In the examing trial Monday it could not be determin- ed who killed the old Mexican on the front galleryv The defendant, who had no counsel, waived making a volun- tary statement, after which sev- eral witness, all colored, were put on the stand for the state and their testimony was substantially ■as follows: There were t^o empty beer kegs, one standing on top of the other, on the front gallery of the saloon, and, as a Mexican about seventy years old was going up the steps to the gallery, a negro, who ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

* n = — V • J ^ f OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Providence. ¿torn:.to Mr. ami Mr§. George Cewen on the 20th, a line daugh- ter. Miss Olivia Hoy all spent 8ac- urda y night with the Misws Nemcomo and reports a pleasant time. Several from here attended t he Suirtiay School at Lone Oak and all report a nice time. little Jenaie Henderson had the niifliortunfa t<> he bitten by a coj i *• head snake Sunday j luoi ning, i>ut is reported as g * J Sebesta Sayings. We have had no rain in this vicinity yot, consequently turnip patches and fall gardens are ''unknown quantities/' Our people are about thfough gathering the fleecy staple. *Wm. Blocker and wife of Bona erviile spent Sunday with rela- tives at this place. Julius gebesta, wife and baby, of lire 11 ham, are here on a few days visit to relatives. Adolph Wueneher and family of Metijuitte Prairie, were the tirgaiong very well at Inst ar- ¡ of relatives her.' Sunday, counts. ; Wm. Kocourek nnd wife of 'funis were guests of John KUi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 September 1911

>Cf% REW We Have the Goods and Want to Sell You Our Price; Are Right and Ovir Service Good DROP IN TOSEfe US. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHILE IN TOWN ÉÉlf Moon Bros, and Bauner Bug- gies a car just unloaded. Waukegan Wire, Elwood Hog Feucing, Galvanized Roof- ing, dinners' Supplies. Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fittings and Packing. FULL STOCK GROCERIES One Car Seed Oats on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cen^ cheaper than lard. Try it and see* New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Oriole Flovir Always Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Full Stock of General Hard- « ware. - - - * We want Your Trade SmíÉ^eiifeín^enÉíitó We will Treat Yon Right mwywwww'iiwmm'iimwmmmwwmwm TOWN TOPICS. jj mmtuMi aaaaaaai^ J. R. Blocker was a Lyons J visitor here Tüesday ik Albert Harvey left Tuesday lor Lockney where b« v. ill spend a month. . 3. Willijum W ass man. of St. i, is the guest of Mrs J. F. Cobb. Miss Bettie Sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

AIND INEWS-CHROINICLE N u/a P.Bl«bllah*d I8B4 C0nii01ld«l d ¡hronlclv ' • • IBOO /V*«v I8Q7 Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October 6,1911 Number 31 Volumne XXVII y IIIMW MMMMH I M >•(*♦ >♦♦♦♦♦« MU MMIItH ' YOUR NAME Would Loot Well on Our Books i Let us put it there today. A bank ac count will give you a better business stand- ing in the community. The large depositor and the small are^ welcomed alike. It is not what you earn but what you save that makes wealth. Let us have your name today. aw vgiragsa* the First State Bank! Of Caldwell, 77a xas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING; * Stand Pipe Finished. The new steel stand pipe for the city waterworks was com- pleted and put in commission this week. The material is as good as the best and it was erected under the supervision of W. A Atherton of the Texas Boiler and Tank Works of Port Worth. The structure is sixteen feet in diameter ami one hundred feet high nnd holds 105,000 gallons of water. 1' was finished ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

■RtHE , . m(M > .. •-.w®iH . "f V . ¡í' ' ¥ f Cocal anb personal í 6«pp««m9 t|i of the n ech. w It. M, Duckworth was up from the bottom Wednesday. John Danchak Hnd Marvin Murray were up from Lyouf Wednesday. Rear Admiral Schley, the hero of Santiago, dropped dead on thentreete in New York laatMon- day. aged 7- years. Ed Matejowsky, of the Mate- jowsky-Murray Realty Co., \vj s up frcm Lyons Tuesday and had Mi ad placed in the Ledger. A black horse belonging to W. Bain of near Praimville, broke the buggy tongue out Tuesday in front of the Ledger office by turning short while bulking. The heavy decliue in the price of cotton has had a tendency to materially curtail the local re- ceipts, farmers preferring to hold their eotton awaiting an ad- vance tn prices. A. 11, Sheffield und Fran! Turner, charged with the mur- der of the Schuitz family ut Houston Heights last year, hav been granted bail in the sum 01 $10 ,000 each. Yom Kippur, or the Day ol Atonement, was observed by the Israeli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

r i Why Do Men Advertise? The man who conducta his ideas on the theory that it <leeon't pay and he ean't^ufford taladvertihe, setaop huTjudg- ment in opposition to that of all the best business men in the world. Snya an experienced advertising authority: ••with a fewi years" exuerumctT"irTcon" ducting a small business on a *6W thousands {of ^capitals, he •asumes to know more " than fhousnnds whose hourly irans- ■actious abrogate more than his <io in a year, and who have made their millions bv'pursing a course that he says doesn't pay." If advertising doesn't pay, why its it that the most succeaK- ful merchants of every town, Inrgo or small. ar« the heaviest adverti^'ta? jf advertising <ioesu t pay. who Joes the most iaisinttss? It ¡i docs not pay, business linns in the world spend millions in that way. Is it be 4'ausc they wjint t > donate those millions to the newspaper «and magazine publishers, or because thev don't know us much about l usinc>* as th,j* six for a do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

if: Burleson County Publishing Co. «. W. RANKIN, ii k mtered at the po« toff lee at Caldwell, i, as second-class mail matter, c x « > lusertion .... I I < « • 20c per inch PER MONTH The following number of inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to 9J4 inch* (10c per inch 10 to 80 44 «50e " " SO to 50 " 4T C " '• 60 to 100 14 40c 44 " All Advertising run until ordered out Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariabty in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. A thirty thousand dollar ad- dition will be rebuilt to the Kings Daughters Hospital at Temple. A bond issue oí five hundred thousand, dollars will be asked for by the City ot Dallas for the building of the new City Hall. Dirt has been broken on the Cleburne Post < >ftice The new buiidinjr will cost one hun<!re<] and fifteen thonsalid dollars. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

M«r f I > * i Ladies—Vou will do well to aee the beautiful assortment of new scium just received at the Caldwell Furniture Co. Miss Alice Kchols, of Chrise- man, was* a visitor to friends here the tit>t of the week. Dr. Alton Aiken and wife of Chrieaumn, visited the family of Dave Black the first of the week. Miss Helen Xewcomb began the school at < iermania Monday, there being a i*f o«l attendance. Miss l.i'ssie L<-e who is teach- ing school at Lvons came up and spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Rev. J, M. Lewis, of Nava* «ota, preached in the I'rusby- teritui church Sunday moruiug and evening to good sized con jgrogutiotis Mrs. J. K. II Mclverlefi Mon- day for Pino BltitT, Arkansas, where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Carroll D. W ood When Caldwell Citizens tlie way. There can be no just reason why any reader of this will con- tinue to suffer the tortures of an aohing back, the annoyance of urinary disorders, the dangers of serious kidney i...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

m: On Tablets Pencil Boxee Erasers Pencils Pencils Holders Pen Holders v Composition Books Ink and Other School Supplies ▲t R. Strowe Next to Postoffice. Mra. Antonio Peters, who was hurt by a full last week, left for Temple Wednesday. Our pood friend and genial fellow townsman, Val E, Herbst and his ostimabl« wife, celebrat- ed their 25th (Silver Wedding) anniversary Sunday with a fam- ily [ dinner. Their anniversary was on September 22d, but the wedding dinner was had on Sun. day following. Both are enjoy- ing the best of health and we hope they will live to celebrate their golden anniversary and continue in good health which is a prime factor to happiness. At the business meeting of the W. C, T. U's Tuesday after having entertained reports from the Supts. of different] depart- ments, it was suggested by one of the members that we instruct our delegate— Mrs. J. W. Good- win—to the state convention which meets October the 3rd in Dallas, to go before the ¿ommiite on resolutions and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

^ " - • • s*t «i tu HHH IIIHHMiM r OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. WHmum in Mm w Providence. Brymer Briefs. * There was a good «hover of miu in thin «action lawt Fri- day night, but there whs nit as much iih waa needed. If there ft not more pretty Boon, the people of thin section Mill be minus their usual full patohes of turnip*. Cotton picking is about all over in this part of the country and the gathering of corn will be next on the docket, but it will be • light job, for the crop wis cut •hort by the drouth, Hix and tiildred Massey went to Galveston Saturday on ti e excursión and took in the sights Element Pile left Saturday for Humble where he experts to tint1 work in t he oi! fields. James Tanner and daughter. Miss Ktlie, of the llookerviile community, were visitors here tfunday. Walker Benson and W. 1). Casey made a business trip to Wal nut Springs last week. Mrs. (i. W Poole left or. «lay last week for \ ictoria where she will spend sotne time with her son, Fred l'o«de. The singi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 October 1911

nitchel Wagons 4S Old Hickory Wagons fl© Oriole Flour "Chef Cooking Oil Galvanized Roofing S Waukeegan Wire AC) Ellwood Hog Fencing Leather & Rubber Belting K. K. Kutlery. K. K. Axes House full of Hardware m Standard Sewing Machines New Crop Turnip Seed 500 lbs. New Rape Seed Red and White Onion Sets Fresh Russian Sardines Fresh Mackerel, House Full of Something Good to Eat Moon Bros. Buggies Banner Buggies Buck's Stoves Tom Padgett Saddles Ranch King Saddles W. T. Wroe's Saddles Champion Galvanized Cisterns A r If Yon Are from Missouri, Come and Let us Show Yon. Phone or Drop in. Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded J® r.iVF US YOUR ORDER = ns'l ~ ' " We want Your Trade 4© ===== M ^||Sni(í^enW^eíi&tó We will Treat You Right TOWN TOPICS. Por Sale—My residence prop- erty in Caldwell. N. C. Johnston. Charlie Stone made a business trip to Georgetown the last of last week. ■j Miss SaJile Mac Etze| began her school at Union school house Monday. E. F. Mueller made a business trip t...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

4 ' - Navus Balnbltahad II Chronicle r * II Conaolldatsd may IB0 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE - dg r B«t«bltsH*ci I Conaolldaiad Pal , / Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October 13,1911 Number ÜltMIIKHIHIIIIimmiUnillllIMHHMHIII YOUR NAME : Wonld Look Well on Our Books ; Let us put it there today. A bank ac- count will give you a better business stand- ing in the community. Thé large depositor and the small are welcomed alike. It is not what you earn but what you save that makes wealth. Let us have your name today. The Irst State Bank Of Cmitiwit, Jjtxa* GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING < « >MIHIHIMHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimHI>MHIIIH % {í7 JEVIHfXJW* 'I jpmstnimm \po . TH£ JRE&r.l You May Trust a Ct)ild with the doctor's prescription to bring to its, and you may trust us to fill it as it should hi* filled, with the gratest care and precision, and uMing only the purest and freshest drugs. We are jvist t s prompt as proper caution will permit, and our pric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

; aitb personal fjappenmgs j of tfre meeh. jg j Bob Hoffman was a Bren ham visitor here Sunday. J, E. Blocker was a Lyons visitor here Wednesday. J. Frank Lesovsky was down from Cameron the first of the week. Charlie Reeves is now holding down the job of assistant in the Postoffice. Miss Fannie Coleman returned to Chriesman Wednesday after visiting relatives here. I Prof. John Archie Mclver made a business trip to Lorena the middle of the week. Mrs. Eula Aiken returned to Chriesman after visiting the family of her parents. Mr. and Dave Black. Bev. A. N. Pledger left Wed- nesday to attend the Baptist As- sociation which convened ten miles from Thorndale. Mrs. Joe Bass returned to Cameron Wednesday from visit- ing her aunt, Mrs. Anna Ma- honey who is quite sick, a """"""~~ Mrs. H. W. Bates returned to Bay City the first of the week alter visiting her son Frank, and the faaily of Mayor J. A, Gray. For Sale—A reentered Poland China sow. Pigs, with pedigree at f5 to $7.50 each. F. H. Hit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

"*■' i t . I 1 Robert Lee Haédoz. Robert Lee Haddox oí Somer- vllle, died in Temple Monday morning after an operation and (he remains were «hipped to Davidson Bwitoh and from there carried to the residence of John O. Bird where the funeral was conduoted by Rev. W. 8. Lao key. Uhe burial took place in Har tnony cemetery under the aus- pices of the K. of P, lodge of Sornerville. Deceased was born in this county December 10, 1868 since which time he has been a resident of thin county. He leaves besides his wife, two boys Clyde and Claud and one daugh- ter, Ruby testelle, two brothers, Caleb and Abe, four sisters, Mrs. Alice bird, Mrs. 8usan Wright, Mrs. Lizzie Bird and ^.Mias Kmtna Haddox, and hi* ag<>d mot her who is 84years old. He was a clever man with 'many friends who regret to hear of his death Nay Prove Fatal DVIicti Will Caldwell People Learn tin* Importance of It? Backache is only asimple thing: at first; But when you know 'tis from the kidneys; That serious kidney troub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

by Publication. é m «i i i i 20c per FÉR MONTH The following number of inches enust be uaed weekly to obtain the monthly rate ft to inch 60c per inch 10 to 80 " 60c " 30 to 80 " - 45o « " 10 to 100 " 40c " " All Advertising run until ordered out. (¿ocal readers tive cents per line •each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Tear ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. A new school building will be erected on Prospect Hill in San Antcnio at a cost of $45,000. The Leyhe Piano company of Dallas has increased its capital stock from $100,000 to $210,000. The program for the Texas Land Exposition to be held in Houston on January 15-28, 1912 is being arranged. Each city of any importance in Texas is to have a special day. Marfa, Texas, in Brewster County, is one of the best light ed small towns in the United States. Every street is ¡Ilumina* ted, while merchants' display...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

' V •• • B9S v A With Lyons Local Friday October 6,1911. Bnrlesou County farmers Edu- cational and (To-Operative Union «f Texas, No. 77, met with Lyons Local Friday, October ftth 1911, and was called to order at 11 a. an. by President W. W. Watoon, who stated that the meeting would be an open one in the forenoon, and it was declared open for business with prayer bj Chaplain G. M. Weston, Next roll call showed the fol- lowing officers present: W. W. Wiiteon, president, 8. R. Philp, vice president, Q. it. Higgason, secretary P, J. Trcalek, conduct* or, G. M. Weston, chaplain, A, RoaenfieM, lecturer, V. A. Brown Pnul Blahn, H. E. Hmith, 0. A. Lewis, executive committee. Absent, J. B, Eubunks, door keeper, A. F, Poehl, executive committee. Then the chairman appointed the following committees. Credential committee; (J. A. Lewis, P. J. Trchalck, Frank Peysuk, H. R. Dean, I'aul Itlaha. Resolution committee: W. \\\ Ríinkiri, H K. Smith, A. liosen- field, S It. Philp, John Sehoppe. After a s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

fflBx®jv 1 Shipment Candies Including Penny Good*, Fine ChooolateM in Bulk and packages JUST RECEIVED R. Struwe Next to Postoffice. WWNN MH< TOWN TOPICS. H. E. Scott was a Somerville visitor here Tuesday. Adolpb Polansky went to Tay lor Sunday. J. R. Hartgraves returnded to Bryan Sunday where he has a contract. D. E. Teague and T. E. Tread- •way were Bren ham visitors here Sunday. Ed Deutsch came down from Taylor the last o! the week to Tisit relatives. O, W. Orote and John Allcorn -were here from Brenham the first of the week. Mrs. E. A. Addison is moving 'from Bartlett into her residence between J. R. Healep and Mrs. Moore. The household goods have arrived and as soon as -things are adjusted she will go to house keeping in her former home here. Her many friends are glad to have her move from Bartlett to Caldwell and be with them again. Notice to iter The Ledger made a contra't with one Mr. Farroll to publish at the rate of five cents per Une, an advertising story entitled "Foiy...

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