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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

IB 2| «Wi. > ^ Classified Atfc mi * TOMATO PLANTS—Extra nice, the very boat varieties. Three dozen for i.5c; per hundred. 60c. Ca.^am1 plants per hundred, 25c. Everything for your porch boxes and (lower beds. Miss Sullio Shackelford's TO Cireen House KOH BALK—Tomato Plants, per dozen, 10c; 3 dozen for 25c; 50c per hundred. Call McCulloch Green- houses. * KOlt SALE—Cabbage " Plants, all varieties, 25c per hundred. Call Mc- Culloch Greenhouses. tub dr\ nnmn o/m The Pre-Easter Tour LOST- Murry Mill Supply Company Catalogue, Friday afternoon between towu aud the Clarksville Cotton u.'l Mill. Finder call at Iteview office. FOR SALE^—Choice "Johnson Gra ,.i at $15 and good work inule to trade for mule colt. Four miles west of town.—O. L. Blair. FOR SALE— Miller Big Boll Cotton Seed—$1.50 bushel. Excellent yield- er. Sure Cropper Seed Corn, $2.50 bushel. Silverlace Wyandotte eggs, $1.60 per setting. 1923 Model Ford Roadster. H. C. Slate, near Madras, Clarksville, Rt. 4. 4-fC FOR SALE—-R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

f GOOD BRANDS A merchant is in a large sense a public servant. He can do his part in promoting the general welfare of his community by stocking reliable merchandise. We are glad to represent among others the following lines: Curlee & Frat Brand Clothing. Manhattan Shirts and Underwear. Munsingwear for the entire family. Star Brand, Packard, and Double Life Shoes. Tom Sawyer Togs for the boys. Allen A. Hosiery in silk and cottons. Warners & De BeVoise Makes in Corset Dept. Morris Worlf Silks and Satins, 'made of SILK' Stetson Hats, Round House Work Clothing. Compare these prices with other lines of similar merit. Silberberg Dry Goods Company YHUtit) LOOT STORMS AT CADDO MILIUM Caddo Mills, Texas. March 8.— A band of three yeggmen and knob knockers viatted thia little Hunt County town Sunday morning, forc- ing their way into three places of business and escaping with loot valued at $600 or $700. Timely ar- rival of Carl Ward, TimeH Herald deliverymun for this section, frlght- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

TIIB BPn nnian mi prinwi) ASTER The day man has so arbitrarly specified to observe the arrival of the New Season. Select your new Hats, Hose, Dresses and Coats from our stock which is complete and of the very latest. You are always assured of quality and good taste in selecting your apparel here. Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" « SOCIETY I'rcnuptiul Dinner Mrs. Tom Caton entertained with a formal dinner on Friday evening honoring Miss Mary Bloodsworth, bride-to-be of J Frank Brown, the marriage taking place on Sunday, March 21. The dining room and table were attractively decorated in green aud pink, while suspended from the cell- ing and hanging just over the center of the table was a gorgeous bouquet of pink rosebuds. Place cards with lovely picture-brides on them guided the guests to their respective places. At the conclusion of the dlnn >r the hostess presented Miss Bloods- worth with a pretty heart-shaped boudoir pillow. A contest in the form of a letter from t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

ItAKHH DISCOVERY von Htrobflm'i Helwtion or damn* Newcomer for Big Part Win* Attention Erich von Stroheim, the famous Metfo-G oldwy n-Mayer director, whose film version of the tremend- ously popular romantic stage play "The Merry Widow" at the Colonial Theatre for the last time today, Thursday, has been hailed as a gen lus of discovery. Daily newspapers fan magaslnes and trade journals have had many articles of late point- ing out his peculiar ability for dis- covering latent talent and bringing it to the surface. In all of the pictures he has made von Stroheim has lifted someone from obscurity and proved to the world that he has made still another worth while discovery. In " The Merry Widow," Roy D'Arcy is the von Stroheim find. D'Arcy was a leading man in the musical comedy when the noted di- rector saw him. He cast the actor, who had never appeared before the camera, for the difficult role of the Crown Prince. And D'Arcy far from misplaced the faith von Stroheim had In him. In fa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

■M Thursday Morning, liarch II, 1921 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PASS NTH® .1 i w M .« A r'lj^M "^Fb,Ml , /% 1 - ^ rt/vKpi Let's Keep Him in Clarksville Every boy and girl in Clarksville is a potential asset to us all. Right development of this as- set implies better schools, wholesome amusement, promising industrial and professional op- portunity—environment that recognizes the developing power of youth—and gives it a real chance. When you let John or Mary leave the home town—you may have lost a budding Lincoln, Edi- son, Ford—a "future great." Do your part in making Clarksville a better place to live and thrive. Spend your money at home—where your dollar continues to do a hundred cents worth of work for the boys and girls of our own city—and incidentally to give you far greater return both directly and in- directly than you could otherwise obtain for it I "-Keep Him in Clarksville" J. W. Allen & Bro. J. N. Athas Company J. C. Barton D. A. Bruton Barry Land Company D. Bogdanov ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

TWf THE RED RIVER COUNTV REVIEW Thursday Morning. March II, 19tt 94 %l, Red Hop Regular Retail Price •1.SO you get one FREE On Happy Opening Day we will give you this hopper Free with one bag of Happy Hen Laying Mash This hopper is made of galvanized iron and will last a lifetime. It saves your feed and keeps it clean. Happy Hen Laying Mash is the best egg-making feed. It keeps hens singing, cackling, laying. They make money for you. Bugr a bag of this famous mash feed and get the hopper free—one day only. Remember this date— SATURDAY, MARCH 27 W. L POPE & SON Porto Bello Gold By Arthur D. Howden Smith 3EIl==l(3G= Bat GALVHNTOX GKT8 THK BIO UTILITY CONVENTION One of the big conventions of the year to be held in Galveston is the joint annual meeting of the South- western National Electric Light As- sociation for the Southwestern Di- ▼telon. This convention will be he'd April 13 to 16. Among the speakers who have so far accepted invitations to be preae .1 ■re H. C. Abeil, presiden...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

1 Thursday Morning, MiHh II, 1916 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOI BLBVEM i a Here is Food for Thought After God bad finished the Rattle- snake, the Centepede, the Tarantula, and the Vampire, He made some awful "substance" left with which He made a "Knocker." A Knocker is a two-legged animal with a corkscrew soul, a water- logged brain and a combination V/Mcklione made of jelly and glue; where other people have their hearts he carries a tumor of rotten priu' i- pies. When a Knocker comes down the street hones men turn their backs, the angels weep tears and the devil shuts the gates of Hell to keep him out. No man has a right to knock as long as there is a pool of water deep enough to drown his body or a rope long enough to hang his carcass with. Judas Iscariot was a gentleman compared to a knocker, for after be- traying his master ho had enough character to hang himself, and a "Knocker" has not. ) The writer has made the world a brighter place to live In for hun- dreds of Rod River ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 March 1926

9AOS J.. I Full Season Ahead! —The first pleasant days of Spring and then—a trip to your favorite lake or river. —Get r<*wly NOW for the full season that's ahead. Check np on the Tackle Kit. Fill in with the needed new tilings, and enjoy every week of the days of real sport that are coming. —Let us help you! Equipment for every kind of fishing is here! Halt Casting, Fly Casting, or Pole Fishing—all of it! —And prices, generally, are low- er. Dtfe Tftan/bfefflardware Wi •/immw - cuuwsmir rous -mm* - ;/Q\ ' ^/,r/v r/a Ar w ■ /i/sr wo.'u #c / MULBERRY NEWS Several of our community are on the sick list at present. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mowery spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Raibourne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Terry. Mrs. R. M. Dryden and childre.i of near Prairie Grove, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mr. and Mn Robert Griffin. B. C. Neal of near McKinney. Texas, is visiting relatives in o t community. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Roberts visit- ed Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

Vjn\t«f«W ®« TlU' ) Kilter iRntteut Red River County's Leading NEWSpaper VOLUME V CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY M()li.MX(i, MARCH 25. I03« NUMBER in •C. H. S. Finishes Tenth at Burleson MACK GRANT WINS SECOND PLACE IX TOW TWENTY YARD DASH Do You Know? 1 Sunset High of Dallas with a total of 4 7 points won the Class A di- vision of the first annual Burleson College track and relay maet held liere Saturday in which schools from Texas and Oklahoma were in com- petition. Kingston High School, c>f Kingston. Oklahoma, won the honors ► In Class B division by winning a total of twenty-three points. Stewart of Central High School of Fort Worth, was high point man of the meet.^while McGuire of Sunset, Dallas, was second. Teams finished in the following order in the Class A division: Sun- set first. 4 7 points; Vernon second, 25; Central High, Fort Worth, third 20; Abilene and Whichlta Fulls tied for fourth, 14; Forest High, Dallas, fifth. 13; Oak Cliff, sixth, 12: Greenville, seventh, 11; W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

I 5 THB RED RIVER OOUSTY REVIEW r%trUMT tUftMM. tUrtk SI. i\ DOAK WHITE SALE YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE SUBSTANTIALLY ON THE VERY THINGS YOU NEED IS EXCELLENT-White Goods of All Kinds and Beautiful Underwear Friday, March 26th SALE STARTS SALE STARTS Friday, March 26th A Mijrhtv Sale of Underwear! c • Van >1111111 lain were > mti for tiu* tale- AtLtweg* tat; a «*eh p i m Unr*- W «* kw U«* «iD ikM We nifniit «arlj ISYEbJfC (.HfiXbC 59c MaA? 14 WW* aa whoc* «r IV*h; iat* tn > ■i'd. AS K**. HWf> VTRIPKD WJOTY GOWVs 59c s« nl drffen* > aad CitflMI. LUKfiT LT*G ETTE 59c MaAr vt all tigle i tofru f or FAXCT CREPE GOWX5 59c B«*aufiJ fflk* raMbtai* M. .ill torn. LuLMBbT LXXOETTK GOTSS 59c TN wffl tmj*f the iirfiii m erf that pnML OrchM LUHBT CRKPE BLOOM IM 59c PVui tad <kiair printed de- ligwi AJ1 cokn. LOCicr.t. <XjsfTCME sun 59c Aht aad aMOft^d oohn. SHADOW PROOF COSTl'ME SLIPS 59c All white mmtUm w ) at- tractive. Big money can be saved at this sale We are hflpmg you U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

9 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW t«. ?• HELEN'S Playhouse "Where Friendship Grows" 1 Welcome Home Thursday and Friday Julian Eltinge Anne Pennington In "How to Behave" Saturday Fred Thompson In "The Bandit's Baby" ¥ Especially good Special Children's Matinee Saturday Morning, 10 o'Clock Children 10c Souvenirs Monday and Tuesday "Lovers of Camille" FEATURE Wednesday May Bush and Irene Rich In "The Woman Who Sinned" Friday Five Acts of Big Time Vaudeville Bert Levey <C yrlgH. I.NU dent to start just any day and pro- ceed through the outtre course with- out hindrance of class work. The employment manager hits learned that the best position* and best op- iortunitie* for advancement pre- sent themselves in the summer and fall. The spring t.mo is :t spkndid time for study and preparation, ■ specially so in <nir largo commod- ious building with eighteen foot •eiliit'rs, plenty of fans and lots of outside ventilation and light. N sehcol in the southwest offers mor • jkasatit tiurrounding...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

■ • i s U f - i MISSION THEATRE Friday & Saturday Vaudeville And Pictures Music, Talking Dancing Champion Buck and Wing Dancer Montie Lacroie Takes his hat off to none when it comes to Buck and wing dancing. BE SURE TO SEE HIM Also Musical act with several instruments. Spiced with NEW JOKES Regular Program of Pictures Admission 10 & 25c Footwear In Makin TUB RED KfVER COUNTY REVIEW Band Organized at Annona Last Week Purchases Easter Apparel Don't forget to bring your feet to Kelly's. We have prepared for you, with unusual bargains for Friday and Saturday Only • 0 J Men's shoes and oxfords represented in Byron F. Reynolds, Bostonians and other standard brands. Values up to $8.00, $10.00, $12.00. Friday and Saturday Only $3.95 Everything on tables marked in plain figures. Also specials on ladies', misses and grow- ing girls' shoes, for spring wear. Values up to $8.00 and $ 10.00. Friday and Saturday Only $1.85, $2.45, $3.45, $3.95 Everything on tables marked in plain figures. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

Wrj Hot • ufu, i>. * ie. |jjhn I Mm, '*k "M " it- IMiv |' JS\ •nd • • Of ^ir • to H I |h:.U 1 for I nv. ■:d r • lthi- Lh Isht >u > * ThinOr MNMC, Vrnk M. mi K'+ • - : THE RED RIVER fcOUNTY REVIEW tiiimi lim Ckffkmll® The New Century Olab Mrs. R. L. Taylor was hostess to the New Century Club on Saturday afternoon. The house was lovely in Its deco- rations of early spring flowers. After the regular business meet- ing Mesdames J. K. McCulloch, J. W. Oaeil, E. M. Bowers read inter- ring and unusual papers on several prominent women of history. The hostess was assisted in serv- ing a delicious salad plate by Mes- dames A. M. Graves and J. C. Dur- rum to the following members aud guests: Mesdames J. W. Oneil, J. 11. McCulloch, Claude Scaff, J. L. Heed, E. M. Bowers. Prank Marable, H. L. Pearson, A. M. (iraves, E. L. Kirksey, J. C. Durrum, Phillips and Bottom, guests of Mrs. Scaff, aud Misses Bena Clark and Louie Norris. (shower Given Miss Georgia Swan Van Dyke hon- ored Miss Mary...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

tAQI wry THE RED RfVPR COUNTY RBVTEW Tkinter Morning. tl. 1*I« wne&ineymmmy Yair Tptiiwnr#— VfillThcy Find a— Patchwoik^Iblicies... otPlmmd Protection? i fOMES the day in every widow's life, when she must subdue her sobs, grapple with grief, lift her head and lace lile's problems as best she may. If men could but know the sense of helplessness and be- wilderment of that crucial day ... that day,when friend, or banker or lawyer takes in- ventory of the estate with her ... to see with what resources •he is to carry on for herself and the children ... alone. Life Insurance comes first, naturally. Too often it hap- pens there is not enough ... or it is of the wrong kind ... or the beneficiary receives it in a "lump" too easy dissapated in her trying days of inexperi- ence and perplexing responsi- bilities. And in all such cases, the husband, in his active vigor- ous life "thought he was well insured." Your policies are good—no doubt. All insur- ance of standard class is good. But is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

'.«A TkundAT Morula#. March II. till 1HB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAoaorat i OPENING BEIBER BROTHERS, CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS FREE! FREE! FREE! SaturdayMorning—To the first 50 people who buy $1 worth or more on Saturday morning, we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a genuine Sheffield Plate, Silver Butter Knife. Doors open 9 A. M. Saturday. Monday Morning—To the first twenty-five people buying $1 worth or more we will give ABSOLITELY FREE one beautifully designed Sweet Grass, Sewing Basket Doors open Monday, 9 A. M. Beiber Brothers of Dallas, have opened a branch store in Clarksville to STAY and we will sell you first class merchandise at lowest possible prices. Our policy is quick sales and small profits. We are putting on this sale to get acquainted with the buying public of Clarksville and Red River County. If you will visit us during this sale and see the bargains there will be no need of asking you to come back. YOU CANT RESIST THESE BARGAINS. We have heard that there are many people in Clar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

*;V '• I rlf ■ 40« «OHT • (0* {> 'I * THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Tkinttr Morning, Mini k, lftt« I, r i § F@ir Spirmg —Piftty new paUrriM In China. Sonic- thing for every table—-any occasion! ■ Select a new design from our stook of open stork patterns. Add a few pieces m M * V*" • s wji month. In a surprisingly short time, f ."new china will adorn your table, and tho cost will hardly luive been noticeable. 9ftarabfc J> an/ware $ <<<MMJVVOS 7«J >49S < >¥/m ri,f a, w -jvsr Pfto ¥.:■ ■ >• i ft Classified Ads nt $15 and good work mule to trade for mule colt. Four miles west of town.—G. L. Blair. TOMATO PLANTS—Extra nice, the very best varieties. Three dozen for 25c; per hundred, 58c. Ca_ ..aae plants per hundred, 250; Everything: for yotr porch boxes and flower beds. Miss Sallie Shackelford's TC Green House POR SALE-—Tomato Plants, pur dozen, 10c; 3 dozen for 25c; 50c per hundred. Call McCulloch Green- houses. FOR SALE—Cabbage Plants. nil varieties, 25c per hu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

Thursday Morning, March >6, 192. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW paoi mm f I • WflWWAVAWVW^ftW^^WAWV'aVVWVVriVAViW ^wwwvw I Are You Fair To Our Home Town Merchants? When money is slack; when crops fail; when credit is need- ed it is the home town mer- chant whom we seek for friend- ly service. He tides us over with credit; he charges no in- terest; he provides as with re- liable, guaranteed merchandise fairly priced. In short, he "holds the bag for us." That is whv he deserves all J our patronage in times of plen- ty as well as in days of stress. And isn't it a pity that there are many who use him only as a leaning post—to tide them over the slack days and use their cash to fill the coffers of the big town mail order houses who wouldn't trust them over night -with, or without, interest. We all need that merchant—we need his confidence, his friend- ship. Our town needs his en- terprise—the service he rend- ers in handling only guaran- teed, first-grade goods that he is here to stand b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

& •. *#rf I- I I Th « radar Mertru THE RED RIVER OOUNTY REVIEW 'i < PORTO BELLO OLD ARTHUR D. \j HCTWDEN SMITH i/ cc s"8."&^fT attwub. n s*- TH CHAPTER II Oae-Letted Mu Lriah Maid. W am I t b*> H! far *""t it eiiurfcJmf c«w t «t Mate vf our trading -**..• n: wfeit f'«- •ar Ciwtecr *< *2«t: i: *ti the miidj* at tht for*t' ni iiffoTt. 3 t) it*ie I* tar"* tfe ruun u t? OwU i Farra^toya Hifi ew «f. Via. ber pM«<te the lip tern* rf that partiaa of O* '*T* wt-i'.x u dea- One-t for «*ur WfcJWb *U*t Dmrty IKrrt* p*< a* w wias- CB&/ VIMS. J 1MK B.J !«' OK J to**" ££' uwdL S« waZk*6 6i' i Jeauri it Ssr*j*£ «*_** atef* ti# ittniaig !%w Ukd ti « HJ&WWJt It* jam Li", i fc* }ii*t>::{ ut, vKi iuwui li- KK-ar* t wrr; •run. the !«i i< Vbiuoud' «r.***t u- rrw utt cc u u* ;ifc"s.f. v t -i tiavw t; u u* *uar- txtf uxtK'j tiit 'i!;.w etedtg* i«f i gnmt *M}- 'yitif •: Li dbur a. u* IUjt rj*«r fcii-irtirfcgt • *Tj * !l". pa* Kaner E«;*r '* 1* CXCiamieiC was lit JLi2JCf...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

' 1>H fisvateT Homat. Mm* M, list -ST 'if.-,! tory :r ''fid w nj t ally "urea rt'iet a ig SSE3 CONTINUOUSLY PERFECT SERVICE Willard Batteries, both phrases which are synonymous. That there is no delay and no break in the perfect service of your storage battery is proven every day in the year by satisfied owners of cars equipped with Willard Batteries. And we say "satisfied" because the own- ership of Willard means satisfaction. See for Yourself. CHAS. L. GOODMAN Seiberling Tires Superior Service Willard Batteries rtuuilXNo as a Btmimus ELECTRIC KAMI'S DISPEL AXC1EXT EUYPT'S DARK The electric light of modern civli- zation will soon banish the darkness of centuries from one of the ancient tonilis in which Egyptian royalty lies in state, says the Texas Public Ser- vice Information Committee. The Harvard-Boston "xpedition, about to resume work on the intact tomb dis- How Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu To break up a cold overnight or to cut short an attack of grippe, in fluenza, sere...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

1 PAGE TWELVB THE RHD RIVER1 COIi^lTY ftEVpW Thursday MoVbin'g; Ma/flh '2fe* If* 215 V Hit/ Feed Hop $ j U\< KI\(J HIS CO.N'VICTION'H Regular Retail Price 1.50 you get one FREE On Happy Opening Day we will give you this hopper Free with one bag of Happy Hen Laying Mash This hopper is made of galvanized iron and will last a lifetime. It saves your feed and keeps it clean. Happy Hen Laying Mash is the best egg-making feed. It keeps hens singing, cackling, laying. They make money for you. Buy a bag of this famous mash feed and get the hopper free—one day only. Remember this date— SATURDAY, MARCH 27 W L. POPE & SON A lawyer In New York City wrot^ more for the priutliw. Think ft his brother who In head of a New over." ' York State country bunk, in regard) " " i to the use of government printed ! YOI"\(i WIFK AFHAID ; envelopes by the bank. He said: "l know their convenience and doi] hi less they are cheaper, but 'n these days when the various Classen of industry and business reali...

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