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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

üsl You V- $ SIOO Or any amount of money you don't actually need right now? \Ve are not wanting to borrow it under* stand, but we want you to come and start a bank account with us. We especially invite the patronage of om* farmer friends. We offer to yot and eve^y one else absolute protection to whatever funds are committed to our keeping as well af polite and courteous treatment. Come to see us. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS tonina. oimmtiXf, Liniments and Ointments are imuh needed in the Summer when out-door s¡Mirt« and athletic panics at- tract ¿loth boy and man, Kver.v well regulated home should be supplied with some of our h¡nh grade Liniment* and Ointments for use in emergencies that are certain to arise. We have all the articles you expect to get in a tip- top drug-store. Caldwell Drug Company W. W. IR-A-rfcTICIIfcT ATi'OHNKV.AT.l-AW AND NOTAHV ITHMC Office io Ledger Buildinr Caldwell, Texas Burleson Guards Abroad. It is accepted as praotically certain by those who ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

TMttlO ft ik? m-,. m ws&i R. J. Alexander and returned ths first of the visiting relatives in %. Byron McLean has acoepted a position ae book-keeper with Womble, Jenkina A Jenkina. Fok 8ale—An E. M. F. Auto- bile, 80 horse power, good aw new. Will trade for cash or land. Apply to Dr. B O. Mc- Lean. J. W. Blackburn returned to Fort Worth Tuesday after visit- ing rel&tivea here for a few days. Mrs. Silla Webb returnee Monday from spending a week with friends and relatives in Galveston. Mrs. S. A. Gjedde who has been visiting relatives in this county, returned to Cameron Monday. E. U. Cushing, obief engineer of the Sun 8et linea, was up from Houston the firat of the week on business oonnected with the new Stone City-Giddings road. Miss Eddie Dunningham who haa been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B. Billiman, returned to Sealjr Monday afternoon. k Prof. W. W. Lackey, principal of (the Midland school left for that place Monday morning to prepare for the opening of the next session....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

2 /' ■ m ¡WiírriS V Strawe's Store . . ■ s Best and finest o! everthing in the wsy ^ lee Cream, Cold Djioks, Confections and Novelties. Next door lo Postoffice K. Gasper wuh a Chrieamun visitor here the tirst of the week. Mrs. H. L. Garrett went to Temple Tuesday to visit rela- tives. Miss Lottie Hughes has re- turned from visiting relatives in *Talpa. 15'^ off on ail Waii Paper.- Get your paper Now and have same hung when you get ready. Cald- well Furniture f'o. I'M. Bryraer and wife retorned to ChrieHinan Monday after a few days visit here. J. P. Cannon alter a short vis- it to friends here returned to Aosebud M'ndav. Mrs. C. VV. Moore returned to Gauge Monday from visiting her mother, Mrs. V. |. Gregg, Lost A gold ring with ruby eel, held in place bv six prongs. Engraved initials W. S. 15. '12. Finder return to Barnett's store and receive reward. Mrs, C. H. Oliver and child- ren returned to Rogers Tuesday, after an extended visit to Mr. J. B. Houston and fain 'iy. Mrs. Nina Loden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

¡S«Í5 ¡■"n f -1 a « •* yp p * ■ . i * Co. L at the po to"«i « «£ CaUvell, Texas, mail matter. Advertising Rat 20c per inch PEK MONTH following: number of inohs must be " to obtain thee monthly rate. 00c per inch 5Qp " " 45c " 14 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. readers ttve cents per line each 8ubaeription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Daring the three campaigns of Mr. Colquitt he was the object of touch criticism by the prohibition element of his party. The follow- ing plank recommended by him and adopted at the San Antonio convention ought to remove the objections prohibitionists have heretofore had of him: We demand the enactmeut of a law by the next legislature which will require every saloon in the state to close their place of busi- ness at 9:30 o'clock p. m. each week day and keep the same closed , until 7;30 o'clock a. m. the follow- ing day, and empower any incor- porated city or town to close them earlier in the evening if the people of such city or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

■ V *■ ; ' ithfkfktktKHitktkttát >lP>PalSP!P!PSPaPffly Job Printing | It is said that people are judged by the clothes they Ü "%ear. This may be said about some merchants when i t Qfe comes to stationery that they (S^* use. Let us show you a line of stationery that we can print' you. _ Not How Gheap But How Good That Is the Way we Figure IS* Sfc Sfc Sfc Sfc St (5* S* Sfc "N ou, Mr. Merchant, can X not expect to build upa trade op a cheap line of goods—just gfc so with us. w'e will do you a neat job on the best paper Sfc money can buy. Satisfaction ^ guaranteed on every job we Sfc S* tr S* print. The Ledger Phone 36 Caldwell, Tex j|* mmmmummmm Very Serious v/eb5terí New 1 intonational ™ s dictionary \ Black- draught It is a very Dcriour matter to nak for one rr.edicinc ar.d have the wrong one pi ven you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be cartful to get the genuine— THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? D..,,,,. It Is <t NEW C:?KA- Ptc,BW TION, Ci Vf rlne rvi-ry fli :.i tf tho -a -i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

L li M *l your subscription to-day. Kate Hundley has gonn lo Temple to spend ten day with relatives. Arthur Perkine aad wife re turne4tbiB week from visiting in Goqsale . r ^ —- JuitAr>1^^~Au3tber car of fine Julw. gnaranteed, See Alex Gray. Miae Annie Johnston is spend- ing the week with relatives in Bryan. H. Lieberman and wife leave tomorrow for the markets where the former will select a fall and winter stock of goods. Postmaster, E. A. Potts and family have returned from an extended visit to relatives in «alo . lias Mat'ie Smith returned tr jklin Wednesday from visit- iig her" Bister, Mrs F. B. Buf- ing ton. 15% off on Refrigerators. On. !y a few left. Caldwell Furniture Co. Miss Marie Hale and brother, 8eth. returned to Lampass* Wednesday from visiting rela Uvea here. A fine gray horse belonging to Jerry High tower, colored, died ill front of Wornble, Jenkins ft Jenkins' store Monday , night spasmodic colic. C. Sinks of Qiddlng*, ac oompanied his father, .T qdgeJE. R. Sinks ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

■^nnr ♦ # Arvnuü Exhibit Annual Exhibit of Joseph Wondrash, County Clerk, for the year beginning Febsuary 17th, 1911, and ending February 16th, A. D. 1912. Jt'RY Fl'ND To balance on hand f 8190 97 To amount received during year 457B 10 By amount paid out during year S 0496 00 By amount to balance during year 0274 07 <1* SI 2770 07 #12770 07 * J ' . Rt>AD AND URtDGK Pl'ND SKf'ONI> CLASS To balance on hand $ 7791 87 To amount received during year 19402 52 By amount paid out during year $10547 88 By amount to balance during year 10700 00 $27268 !*9 *27253 39 GKNKBAL Fl'ND THIRD CLASS To balance on hand .. .$ 9775 71 To amount received during year 1h080 70 By amount paid out during year $lü772 71 By amount to balance during year 15035 70 $2H4(>h 11 41 SPBC'I ALUC>AD Fl'ND FOURTH CLASS To balance on iutnd $ (KJ40 73 To amount received during year 14251 ¡-7 By amount i aid out during year $ 9923 06 r By amount to )> lance during year 10375 54 #2029H 80 $20298 0Ó IM'.HMAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 August 1912

a! Iht tn##h JÉL mmm Derry berry of Eomer- • visitor here Saturday. Albert Porter left Sunday to irlett at Cause and other placet. Mrs. Huleo Carroll arrived Saturday to visit the family of W. C. OarrofiL Í ' Mra. S. H. Jaokson and child- ren of b Houston, are the guests of 0. W. Lee and family. Miss Meta Meuller came up Iroui Bren ham Friday to visit Mr, and Mr*. Steve Piwetz, G. N. Boyd and wife af Waxa- liacbie, are the guenta of Me- lanchthon Smith and family. Mrs. George Blohm (nee Johnie l¿ee) is up from HoustoA to visit her parents, G. W. Le And wife. Mrs. Litzie Porter and daugh- ter, Miss Nannie left Sunday to visit in Lexington, é Judge E. J. Alexander and family have returned from visit- ing the family of J. W. Brown of Bee ville. Claude Henslee of Somerville, lias accepted a position as clerk f in B. L. Levinson's store here. Misses Beatrioe Beaumont of Waco and Mattie Russel of Mc- Gregor were the guests of Mis Mamie Jenkins this week. 1 ' " Misses Myrtle and Ethel Runk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, August jo, 191a 1 Hove You $5 $ SlOO Or any amount of money you don't actually need right now? \Ve are not wanting to borrow it under- stand, but we want you to come and start a bank account with us. We especially invite the patronage of our farmer friends. We offer to you and every one else absolute protection to whatever funds are committed to our keeping as well as polite and courteous treatment. Come to see us. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS 6uu.%m Liniments and Ointjnents are much needed in the Hummer when out-door sports and athletic y a rues at- tract bott^boy and mttn. Kvery well regulated hoitie' should he supplied with some of our hitfh ^rade Liniments and Ointment for use in emergencies that arc certain to arise. We have all the articles you expect tu get in a tip- top drug-store. Caldwell Drag Company w. w. R^isriciisr ATTORN K Y- AT* 1 i A W ANJJ NOTAKY FTHI.IC Office inLedier Buildine Caldwell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

Hsgg m m ought and littering up property Monga to company and it is for the qm and pleasure of the pub- lie, but every one who goes there ie euppoeed to act the lady and gentleman, and let them be sure they do §o. If tbo property is to be damaged by carelesaneee of people, \vhil* there, the will hav^to be exclud. ed. A word to the wise is suf- ficient. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of let- >rs remaining uncalled for in Caldwell postoffice for the ending Thursday: Callana Lucy Mrs. Field Will Griffin Prank Gooch C. D. Hunnecu 8am 8. Holmes Menirvia Johnson Frank Morreson Eliza Persons George Perkins Eubanks Mrs. ' Reed Wallace W. Mrs. Rowan P. L. Taylor James. Tuggle Ima R. Miss. Waller Bell Wallams Annie Mrs. Wertley Ttllie Miss Williams Lamar Williams J. D. Please say advertised when calling for same. E. A. Potts, P. M. , Presbyterian Revival. llfP § ttaM tbm vu * girl. Sha was I Ttrr prttty srtrL Soma people might think that had nothing to do with the dim, hut I u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

IP1 .vr/' «Hif CtmuiA 'v jiruwe s Variety Store! ■ ■ Best and finest of ererthinf in the way of lee Cream, Cold DJinks, Confections and Novelties. Next door lo Postoffice Railroad Lets City Contract. The H. & T. C.< has let the contract for grading the one mile section within the corporate limits of Caldwell to the Morey- Faulhaher Construction Com- pany and the work of grading will begin as goon as the coir tractors can get things in readi- ness. This company is an ex perienced one and thoroughly capable of doing the work iu a first-class manner. They have already done much of the work between her * and Ston<* City and are pr«tty well acquaint* :) here. The work to be «lone here ih a b'gjob, for the dirt which will be taken from the deep cut un- der the Santa Fe and across the hill south of it, is all to be moved down into the ravines and gullies. When the job is complete that part of town, whtoh has heretofore been ft mas - of unsightly gullies, will be smooth le?el land...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

H *X Caldwell, Texas, Wf- mm K |m teté 8$ Islng RatM 20c jper inch PER MONTH > following; number of inchs mutt be 1 to obtain thee monthly rate. 00c per Inch 50c " 48c " " 40c " " i advertising run until ordered ont. readers ttve cents per line each tion Per Year Í1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) The Old Way. One of our exchanges truthfully says that when pa was young peo- ple who had bad colds, soaked their feet in hot water and took a few '4raught8 of cat-nip and got well. Now they have lagrippe take quin- ine and feel sick all the summer, they bad sore throat, wrap- a nice piece of bacon in an wool stocking, tied around the :k at night and went to work the next day. Now they have tonsilitis, a surgical voperation and two weeks in a hospital. Then they had stomach trouble and took castor oil and recovered. Now they have appendicitis, a week in the hospital and six feet perpendicular. In those days they wore underclothes. Now they wear lingerie. Then they went to the testuarant; no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

*S¡ SB sS 4S m It is said that people are judged by the clothes they wear. This may be said about some merchants when i t comes to stationery that they use. Let us show you a line of stationery that we can print you. Not How Cheap I But How Good | That is the Way we Figure 5* You, Mr. Merchant, can ^ not expect to build upa trade ^ on a cheap line of goods—just {gfc so with us. We will do you a neat job on the best paper Sfc mone\ can buy. Satisfaction ^ guaranteed on every job we ^ print. g; •-Í The Ledger sS Phone 33 Caldwell, Tex mmmmmmnw j V "* r Webster* New International Dictionary THE MERR1AM WEBSTER? « '* • NEW C EA- TXON, oovrrtn* every flolJ of the world' thought, action and culture. The only ji. h unabridged dictionary In many yearn. R ran«j> I* over 400,000 pw""c Worti*; more than ever before appeared between two cover*. t;ii Oooo fl- ¡uatrutiuiin. Dit ia th only dictionary with the new divided pac*. ▲ "Stroke of Oeniua." B.,... it ia an encyclopedia in PtaM' a «ingle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

wff ,* ■) ■ Mfm * ' rl « . "'*>*■ ■' ' 1 ? ' v ■ ' '•'« JL «Mm* today. J. Carter oame up trota Som- i legal Bueineen Tuesday. Dr. J. B. lloneycut went to Wedoeadey on bueineae. . "■ E. F. JiuellA went to Tueedey to vielt her par Arrived—Auatber car tif mules, guaranteed, See Alex J. P. Buekbanan of Brenbam, era* here on legal bualnesa Tuee t 15% off on Refrigerators. On- a few left. Caldwell Furniture Miee Tinnie Butler of Houston, the guest of Miss Flora Miss Bertha Belma went to Chriestnan Tuesday to visitrela- tfvM T. B. Austin returned to Ire- land yesterday after a visit to K. A. Ellis and family. Hays Bowers and Hubert Womble made a business trip to fort Worth tbe first of tbe week. Mrs. Wilton Houston and «daughter, Miss Viola and Miss Velma Nix are visiting relatives In Hearne and Calvert. We use O'Cedar Polish beeause -It ie absolutely tbe best furniture lb, 25c and 60c. sizss. Cald- Furnisnre Co. jr,J . Sirs. 8. J. Teagne who has sn visiting relatives here left Encinal ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

i í* Our Rural Staff ' • PrairiwUle. J. H. Royal and wife visited the bedside of hia cousin, Mrs. Kmma Holmes of Lone Oak, einee our last report. \ Everything iu these parts is very dry, it not having rained since the first of J u ne, and stock water is getting scarce, Beveral from here attended Sunday school at 8econd Creek Sunday- J* il. Hill and family of Sec- ond Creek were visitors here last* week. Charlie Churchill of Caldwell was in our midst F\riduy. Several from here were business vishora to the county capital the past week. Several farmers are gathering corn this week. More anon. Sister. Brymer Briefs. aged by Hancock Ryan and Charles Scott. Fountain Brothers of Bryan were oailera here Priday. Walter, Willie and Joe Soott. accompanied by Misses Marvin Scott, Klva and Moselle Duck- worth, and Edith Woold ridge of Caldwell, spent Sunday here. Jim Thomas of Hix visited relatives here this week. Ego. DRUGGISTS ENDORSE DODSON'S LIVER TONE Cotton is opening rapidly in this motio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 August 1912

1 . Mi , ... _ ay and 8 *. .Mill' T " Simpson und Cade left Friday for to visit friends. — of Lexington, viaited of Dave Blaok Friday lay. Mc Arthur of Vernon, the week here visiting; old relatives. " Miss Elizabeth Rels returned to Lyons Sunday after visiting the Misses Newconib, Miss Ima Holmes ri&ited trieodé in Somerville the first of the week. jfc MM. W. H. Atkinson returned to Killeen Friday after visiting the family of E, F¡¡ Mueller. Mrs. Mollie Johnston of Rook- arrived Friday to visit Mr. I, John Vanmeter. V.P. Arrastroug returned to Monday after visiting the 1 of W. I. Allbright. I. Jack Fengin after visit- the family of her parents, H. and wife, returned to Mul- Mendey. bllllllilillll IMigHWff I IHTCHCLL& LEWIS CO. III I. John Clements who has visiting the family of Collie ; returned to Bryan Mon I £- i Lottie Jancik and Anna returned Saturday from relatives and friends in * - Mea. Lula Henslee and dauRh ter, Mrs. J. N. Jackson, returned Moodef from visiting rela...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

N«w« Bstablljilifd 1994 ConaoilrfHl* Uhronlcl* ^800 may 180 7 a Á- $- ^ ' 'I " "v " % * ,1 Covnty AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Wmm 4>*r nonaolMat*<l Voluinne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, September 13, 191 a Number The l^oad to Wealth There jk no royal road to wealth. The get-rich- quick schemes are all planned on the theory that a new sucker is born every minute. Think of the money that leaves this town every year to pay fur stock in fake mining deals, oil speculation, wireless stock, patent right ter- ritory and other "blue sky" investments that eventually leave a "blue" investor. All because home securities were considered too slow. You can^t make a fortune in a minute. Keep your funds in a reliable bank like ours and don't be afraid of home investments simply because they are slow but SURE. The First State Ban^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank School Books and Supplies such ¿is IJlank Hooks, Scribbling Pads, r.Mrrei-tt- llt>oks. and fuii- Hens. Ink, Pencils, Kra.serh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

: ! Hill krft the middle of the for bl> old home in Nash* m If jour horse is poor, go to Vft«or Nix and get feed that will make him fat and aleóle. Dr. T. G. Gorman and family of San Angelo visited relatives and friends here several days this week. Misses Birdie Bowers and Annie Stockton went to Gid- dings Tuesday to spend a while. OYSTERS—-During the oyster asason Cal Whittington will keep fresh oysters for sale and will also serve them in any style to the public at his restaurant. Call on him when the oyster season opeas. of The boys of the Caldwell High School have organized a track team with fourteen members, and more will join. Jim Thomas is trainer for them. Their pro gram of exercises consists various jumping stunts, such as the long jump and the broad jump. Thsy will also do high pole vaulting and run the differ- ant kinds of raoes usually prac- ticed. Their [first morning ex- ercise at 6 o'clock is a half hour run, main street from the depot to Cobb's store being used fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

Sheriff* Üak Strowe's Variety A Plain Understanding By Irving L. McGtlvray (Copyright, 1912, by Aaaociated Literary Prcaa.) } ■> k + 14- Best and finest of everthin£ in the way of lee Cream, Cold Djtoks, Confections and Novelties. Next door lo Postoffice Miss Senada Smith left Sunday for Bellville where hIih will again teach school. -lust received a car of red, rust proof, seed out . VuHor Nix. Mis.s Mal ie Huitín returned to Somei ville where «lie will teaeli school f 11 ih year. Wilton Houston ami fatni y have returned iron viMting rela- tives in ('ulvyrt and Hcarne. Lost—A five dollar bill l y lit- tle Arnold VVotipkn between their home and \V. J. Harris' resi- dence. Return to tins otHce and get reward Miss pearl llaynes of ('larks- ville, Tennessee, i the guest of C.ipt. M L. Womack and family. FOR 8ALK—One fine, thirteen months old, full blooded .lorsey bull. Apply to -Iesse Autrey. Mi§-i (iliulys Porter of the Hix community left Tuesday for Helton where she entered Huylor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

at the «¿ Caldwell, Texas, mall matter. Advertising Rotos 20e per ineh PER MONTH "The following number of luehs uiust be fund weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. I to 9% Inch HOe per inch aotoao « . 50c 30tofiO •« ....45c " " .SOto 100 " 40c " 41 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers Hve ceute per Une oach insertion Subscription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) P! >>*■ Untimely Optimism. v f • J I was sitting by my gate weeping o'er an unkind fate. Everything was wrong that day, for my chick- en's wouldn't lay, but just loafed around the coop; and old Dobbin had the croup, and the cow had gone insane—she had suffrage on the brain—and the can was having fits, and the dog, a lovely Spitz, seemed to have the rabbies bad, and my heart was sick and sad. So I sat there shedding brine from these china eyes of mine, weeping like some stricken deers till the yard was full of tears. Then an optimist came by; he had sunshine In hiseye, and he slapped me on the back ...

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