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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 1 December 1915

5 TODAY Jessie L. Lasky presents VIOLET HEMING, the celebrated Broadway star, in FRIDAY Wm. Fox presents the great Vampire Woman SATURDAY Metro Picture Co. present the fascinating screen star, MARY MILES WINTER, in a picturi zation of the famouc song classic "Always in the Way" by Chas. K. Harris. 5 acts of sentiment. romance and thrills MONDAY David Belasco presents the supreme dramatic artist. LAURA HOPE CRAWS in 'The Fighting Hope" A heart drama of a brave worrfan who struggles vainly to' prove the innocence of. her unworthy convict husband. 5 Acts vuufioiB-uniura 99 I Where the Best People Go The Running Fight3- A 5-part drama of a woman's " scarred soul fA Pen at on Saturdays Assisted by W llham Shey A DRAMA YOU WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER For Benefit of the Country People THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915 Small Ads. I Two good type writers lor sale. Ca 1 at this office. 4S if FOR SALE 302 acres and a fraction of good, fertile, farming, bluegrass. (rrazinp, meadow and tob...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 1 December 1915

THE CLlkAX-MAftlSONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915 mured.' "What will I do will juty say la 'go forrard' au' Jnty snyln' 'go back? 'TIs most thirty miles from the shanty men's hut to that lonely little house, an I can't take the journey over ag'ln. Whist, there, mither, wid your callln' to the colleen or 'tis cracked me heart- will be lutolrely. Aisy now! The voice av youis tar away loike, an yet 'tis plain as thun der In me ears. Sure, I thought the fun av the wurrld was in this thing, an I meant no harm at all. Whist there, mltber dear! They do be wait In' fer me up at Merle, thiui an' the Christmas fun, an' Christmas only comln' wanst a year, an' there's the wager besides. Och, wurra. wurra, what will I do? I must go on, but tlsn't wld me the darllnt can be go In'." He recognized that very clearly now when It was almost too late. His home as the child dreamed of it and his home as It really was were two very different things. He couldn't take her to the tavern at Merle, with Ha roug...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 1 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC. 1, 1915 it ! OLD AND NEW WAY TO TREAT CATARRH 1 Breathing a Germ Killing Air Endorsed By Actual Results. The discoveryvpf Hyomei has wrought a wonderful change in the treatment of catarrh. Prior to three years -ago the medi cines ordinarily employed in the cure of this disease were drugs, sprays, lo tions, etc. In some instances they- ben efitted, but the improvement was not lasting. , With Hyomei you take into the air passages of your throat and head a balsamic air that goes into the minutest cells, and should effectually kill all germ and microbes or catarrn its purpose Is to enter in the blood with the oxygen, killing the germs in the blood, and restore health to the whole system. Many astonishing testimoaials have heen received from those who hnvahimn heloed by Hyomei. A complete outfit is inexpensive and includes an inhaler, dropper and suffl cient Hyomei for several weeks treat ment. Perhaps the strongest evidence that can be given to dou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 1 December 1915

THE CLII.IAX-liADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC. 1, 1915 8 .'n a n a ' ?T - : i ' jurtui a entelt and George Beban .in "An Alien" - Made Abie Cry By ABIE THE AGENT YOU COULDN'T FIND THAT RECEIPT CHECK FOR IT. IF YOU HAD PAID IT YOU DIDN'T SEND HIM A BY CHECK THAT CHECK The New York Journal, ' . . ' Juno 4 1913. There are two kinds of tears, Minsk, and all you know is i he horse reddish kind. But ihe wet 1 ear. that you wipe w'uh ihe palm of your thumb and ihen give a lillle smfis, oudont know noth inir how can you?' You even told me yesterday that the saddest thing what ever'csme forward in your lire is when you was oui 01 a job and you final got on the jury, two dollars a day, Soon as you got sworned in, the prisoner confessed out' and every bodah got dismissed. So how cau you be touched? Your heart is as exactly as, "Hart" means in our private national language. But 1 dou't care how hard dried up your heart is Miiisk, I'll get it for you a little bit softened. Go, you know, till you. com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

V H Pages U Today ISSUED WtEKLT PRICE SI. 00 I TEAR IR ADTARCE BTTHE CLIHJU MIKTIKB COHPMT. IRCORP0B1T ED. GWXERS AND fOSUSHERS A V k O We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. Sxuded RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1915 rlnt Old Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 Number 40 - OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAl TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS - r (i i NATIONAL PAY-UP WEEK A NATION-WIDE MOVEMENT TO INDUCE PEOPLE TO PAY, THEIR DEBTS DURING THE WEEK. OF FEBRUARY 21-26, INCLUSIVE, HAS BEEN INAUGURATED. ' Such an Event U Timely, as there ere Few People Who do not Owe Debts to Some One Few - " They Would. - What promises to beoome an annual national event has been inaugurated as National Pay-Up Week, Feoruary 21- 26. Inclusive. . ' - Credit is one of the great assets or our present-day "system of buisness, but like many another good thine, it is some times abused and overdone; and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8, 1915 We still have a few Rugs and Carpet samples that we are selling At a Bargain Bennett and Higgins Furniture and Undertaking -The original COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER and HIGH CLOSET COOK STOVES. The only real air tight stove made. We -guarantee this stove to take half the fuel and to keep the fuel longer than any other stove on the market. Call and we will show you why 0. B. Shackelford Company VICITSfiESItiffi SALVE HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for. four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little vhile, and could not walk anywhere at fcJl. At times, I would have severe pains a my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-M ADISONI A N. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8, 1915 3 -A Daddy 's Bedtime Story- How the Doggie Found Their Bark. 111 L cujo Th Boat Floated Paat the Hill. MnELL us a AiTereDt story tonight, daddy," begged Jack. "How different?" asked daddy as tne children settled in nis mp tor tne evening story. "Oh, one that will be real funny H replied Jack.. "1 might tell you liow the doggies got their bark. said daddy. "Oh, didn't they always have a bark?" cried the children. Daddy held up a warning finger. "Keinember, this is to be what you wanted, a funny story. Well, to begin with, dogs used to whistle, something like mock ingbirds, and they were very playful." . "One day two men began cuasinjg them, and they began to run. "While the men. were chsslng them very hard and the dogs were play fully dodging them great drops of rain began to fall. "And then sheets of raiu came down, and the ugntnmg nasned. and tne thunder roared.' and there was an awful time. Then the two men began run ning toward a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLIHAX-IIADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8, 1915 Charming Suit of Designed by Franklin Simon & Co, New THIS modish street costume Is sim ply and smartly made of dark green chiffon velvet. Krlmmer collar and cuffs brighten tip this suit of rather somber hue, and a slight mil itary effect Is Introduced by the high rolling collar and the ball buttons of SINCE TAKING PERUNA I can say my bowels are much more regular. My heart is stronger. My appetite is much better. My throat, is much better. Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe,' 20 Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., writes: I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say that it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. I do not think too much praise can be said for Peruna." Those who object to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna Tablets. JljfftGfe FOR We have just what you want in Pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

E Smudged prln"! THE CLTMAX-MADISONIAN. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1915 Faded Paper TODAY David Belasco presents LEONORA ULR1CH, star of "Birds of Paradise," in a charm ing 5-part drama founded on one of the great kidnapping mysteries of - fashionable England THURSDAY Essanay V. L. S. E. Company presents FRIDAY Wm. Fox presents Dorothy Bernard and Thurlow Bergen in "the Little Gypsy" The Little Gypsy tella the loTe story of Romany blood, but gentle breeding, for a man whose being appeals to her even to the sacrifices of her highest hopes and ambitions. Its al together a masterpiece of dramatic craftsmanship. 5 parts MONDAY Margneretle Claik in "The Seven Sisters." 5 Parts . . " ." DEC. 15. Carlyle Blackwell and In Clare in - "The Puppet Crown." FRIDAY. DEC. 17 Betty Nanson in The Song of Hate." SATURDRY.'.DEC 18. Wm. Faversham; Amer ica's greatest actor, in The Rights of Man." u u a y u u u v- Francis X. Bushman and Ruth Storehouse in i IM3-:;Miii:tr 1 1 Where'the Best People Go fkl Pen a o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLIHAX4IADIS6NIAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1915 "Sd&mdM- PRESIDENT They widened Rt the 6lght; then the smiles brimmed over, and her whole face broke up Into glee. How .w'd she feel strange or afraid in a place where big, grownup men though they were such signs of expectancy were so openly displayed? She slipped from the protecting arm and rs.n close to the hearth, clapping her hands in delight. "Oh, you're all ready for Santa Claus!" she cried. "My, how he'll have to work there's such a 'normous lot! But he'll fill 'em all." She threw out this balm In eager haste. "He's truly coming. He said so. If I'd gone home with him his house would have crack ed to to smlther-eens, so I stayed." I A deafening roar of laughter greeted her words and sent her, unerringly as a homing bird, back to her first friend, who still knelt on the floor. But, rest ing against him, her fears vanished almost Instantly, and, as she glanced around with renewed confidence,, her pretty silvery laugh tinkled out...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1915 -'SEEING LIFE milk ttTTTTT TT TTT7" TTTa f. Mm SATt isn't it treat to get all wrapped up in fur robes in a fine old sleigh and let a fine old horse drag- you over the fin old snow on a fine old coun try road? Answer: It is. It's great if all the ingredients ara properly proportioned, but nine times out of ten something goes wrong with the horse or the sleigh or the snow or the road and you find yourself tour miles from nowhere, sitting on an ice hummock and screaming for transpor tation, while the harsh winds of win ter are biting their initials on your southern exposure. Peaches and I went to visit Uncle Peter and Aunt Martha upstate, and when friend wife found the ground covered ' with snow, right away she began to sit up and beg a sleigh ride. She said that the sweet Jingle-jangle of the bells would trlng rest to her nerves after a season of trying to cross the streets in New York without being struck by a taxicab, so Uncle Peter tol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 December 1915

THE CLmAX-:.tAl)ISONIAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC. S. 1915 U DURING THE REMAINDER OF DECEMBER WE.. WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCKS CF Lad ies' Suits, Goats and isses', and; Children's.- Goats; Men's and Boy's Suits. arts; : " ; ; .' - and at:'Prices';arBeIbv-T-heir..Real' Value We are much too heavily stocked in these departments and desire to clean them up if prices will do the job we will be elected sure. You will find we mean what we say. We also have com- i i n ii i? i : ? 1 1 i r ii . 1:1. . . i i i . .. .1 - - , . ...n,,, : pieie 510CKS in an oiner lines ana our prices on everymmg are as iow ior ine quamy as can do nau any wiiere Don't Overlook Our . Sli x . . No better shoes can be had in your city than we have to offer. Try saving a few pennies by paying us a visit . Very respectfully n n Lmj d J Liliu L ( - tn ."T-x p ' ) -1 - y j; i h i C(2Ctr i r M hi Overcoats ri i .i i i iipiiimim . ii mi i, i i ,i iij.- 1 : n V " A- -4' " " 647-T TRUST YOUR'BUSINESS AFFAIRS TO OUR TRUST COMPANY. WE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

- s -, - ' 8 Pages , Today ISSUED WEEKLY PUCE $1.00 1 TEAR II MYMCE IT THE CLIMAX PRUTIM COMPART. IICORPOIAT EO, OWIERS A0 PUBLISHEIJ We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. . Old Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1915 Number 50 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL ! TQ THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS . t O" The Corrirriun'ity Christmas " free ' The Community Christmas Tree orig inated in 1912 in New York City. Bos ton, Hartford and Decatur heard about it in time also to have trees in 1912: At first ii was planned' as an out door "Christmas tree with music and lights for the lonely rich and poor of New - York. . But it was enjoyed not alone bv - the lonely for many left their own jolly fireside to mingle with the thousands '-who joined in the songs about the tree in Madison Square Park that crossing of thousands of workers and out door Lome ot th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1915 We still have a few ugs and Carpet Samples that we are selling At a Bargain Bennett and Higgins Furniture and Undertaking I . ..-. r a as. .i,v n 1 n ( vv-i - jri.v ?i ... . -"c-' VIC I lI lr 1 1 iva V k m w f .- The original COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER and HIGH CLOSET COOK STOVES. The only real air tight stove made. We guar antee this stove to take half the fuel and to keep the fuel longer than any other stove on the market. Call and we will show you why D. B. Shackelford $ Company Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught saved my. little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

TttE CLTM AX-MADISON J AN. WPmrrenAV nn. jr. 1915 3 1 . He Scared Loki - Away. Daddy's Bet. Story- How the Crow . Lost His Beautiful White Feather. IDDIES, you know bow black the feathers of the crow are now. Would you- like to hear about them when they were a oeauorai white?" ' - There was a merry twlukle in daddy's eye as Jack and Evelyn fettled for the evening story which the: children knew meant a mythical tale. "Oh, daddy, weren't they always black i cried Evelyn. - !'My. no!" laughed daddy. "They used to be the purest white you ever saw. -They turned black because Loki. the god of envy, disguised himself as a white crow an3 then did heaps of things that he should not have done." "Loki sounds like a'Japanese name. Is it a Japanese story, daddyr "No, dearie; it's an ancient Teutonic legend. In this legend Balder, the god of mirth and merriment, was not immortal, so the other gods prayed to Thor. the greatest god of all, to make Balder immortal. "Thor said this prayer should be a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

THE CLIM AX-MADI30NI AN, V WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1915 "Names New Force . Mr. K. W. Kenoo, the newly elected WEAR DUTCH L5S please ' Clerk of the Court of Appeals; on Thurs day announcd the' following as his of flee force:" . Williem .G.' Baxter, of Louisville; W. M. Henderson, of Wlckliffe, and Hubert Vreeland, of this county. Deputies R. W. Pennington, of Stanford, Stenogra pher'. I This is entirely a new deal and leaves nsiie of the old force Messrs. "GaW' Addamea and W. H. Jones. Deputies' under Mr. It. L. Orcene, p. V ' 'ft X. v ' J t: COObRICH RUBBERS wear longest and Miss Lutkeifceier. his stenographer. win nicety go over to the Auditor s office with Mr. Oreeoe. Frankfort Journal. Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against, thi D There is a lot of enjoyment derived from choosing gifts for him, when you know that everything you've selected bears the highest quality possible In Men's Wear. This is the store of QUALITY GIFT5 of a-practical, useful nature for men and youn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

Sxudged print r THE CLlMAX-alADISONiAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC; 15, ,1915 TODAY-Jesse L. Lasky presents C&rlysle Black ' well and Ina Claire, star of the Wild Goose Chase, in a picturization of McGrath's romance, - The Puppet Crown Cleo Ridlgely and Tom Frohman assist in making the picture interesting' from beginning to end. It tells the story of a beautiful Russian Princess who Sires up the thrown to wed an American. S parts THURSDAY The picture actress . beautiful . ; - ALICE JOYCE in . ; ',. A Daughter's Sacrifice Ruth Storehouse also will be presented in "Daddy's Girl". ' TRIDAY Wm. Fox presents the last appearance of ? BETTY NANSEN in the play every one wants to see THE HATE Assisted by Dorothy Bernard, Arthur Hoops and Clair Whitney. The play is adopted from "La Tosca" by Rex Ingram SATURDAY Metro Film Co., presents the distinguished star, Wm. Faversham supported by Jane Gray, who makes his initial appearance in Sir Walter. Parker's thrilling tale of the North, "THE RIGHT OF WAY" ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

6 Chapter VII. Che peace of God. OWARt) mldnlsht somebody step- fjejfci ped close to the Improvised bed and stood looking down with troubled eyes at the child curled up among the blankets there. The light from the low tire cast au occasional flick ering flame upon the tiny segment of cheek just risible above the woolen covering, like a snowdrop peeping out of a mass of old bracken, and on the floating strands of hair that had lost their golden sheen In the seniiobscurity. An hour or so earlier the men bad gone to their bunks In the long loft Stood Look Down overhead, and their m9 heavy breathing now proclaimed the fact that With Trou bled Eyes. they were resting from their labors. Every one in the house was sleeping but Shawe. Even old Jerome, who sat huddled by the side of the little one. nodded at his post. lie bad maintain ed the right of watching by supremacy of his years and her evident prefer ence for him, jealousy putting aside all offers that his vigil be shared, lie stirred...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

THE CLIMAX-M ADlSONt AN, WEDNESDAY, DFC. 15, 1915 - 7 John SAY! have you ever noticed that when a gink -with an aluminum headpiece is handed the "This-Way Out" signal by his adored one, he either hikes for a pickle parlor and begins to festoon his system with hops, or he stands in front of a hardware store and gazes gloomily at the guns? You haven't noticed it? " Why, you astonish me! Friend wife met me by appointment to take dinner at the Saint Astonnore the other evening, and with her was her little brother, Stephen, aged nine. "I brought Stevie with me because I bad some shopping to do, and he's eo much company," Peaches explained as we sat down in the restaurant. 'Stevie is always pleasant com pany," I agreed, politely, but with a watchful eye on my youthful brother-in-law all the while. -. That . kid was born with an abnor mal hump of mischief, and by pains taking endeavor he has won the world's championship as an organizer of impromptu riots. "Oh, John!" said Peaches, when I b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 December 1915

. 3 THE .CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, : DEC. .15, 1915 i ! I !(( WW t-r J M Ladies' refTd? t0n r " w - . vo , r No better shoes 647-T IIM 4.. " TRUST YOUR BUSINESS AFFAIRS TO OUR TRUST COMPANY. wcnitt n ftKMnntNT ORGANIZATION, BACKED BY KNOWN men ur niKxn tnKi;itK RND wt WILL UrtrtULt YOUR ESTATE IN A BUSINESS-LIKE WAY AND ACCOUNT FOR EVERY PENNY. AN INDIVIDUAL WHOM YOU MAY APPOINT AS YOUR EXECUTOR MAY DIE OR MISMANAGE i uun ca mic. BE A CAREFUL MAN. MAKE YOUR WILL NOW ECUTORS. rrlUl MAKE ST A TE BANK & - RICHMOND, THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED Entere.1 nt tbe PostofTice at Ric hmond, Ky as second-class mail matter under an Act of Congress of 1S73 " GRANT E. LILLY ANNA D. LILLY EDITOR SOCIAL v NOTICE TO Copy for change of advertisement must be in this office before noon Friday to insure change in the current issue. If received after that time it will be at our option. This paper is printed in two aciuuna wiucu uidiveb...

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