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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

',/-~,;!i;!~!,: :i(- , AN XEZZLL, Pro,prieto.' :' - :X;; M -.l.lITARYRIS. :.NAVAL OT EXAS MqIlITARY AND NAVAL NOTES.^ -: .: -. The eighth Massachusetts is the only pi;_ . -: ":? regiment left at Aniericus, Ga. - : :^ i~:':' - ' Maj. Gen. John R. Brooke, military !.r' . s: ' governor of Cuba, has arrived at .. . .; .: Havana. .::'-~' l.'X Newspapers at Santander, Spain, -"^ -~ 0 ~ 0 have suspended. owing .to the severity - of thepress censorship. The fourth Texas, -stationed at San Antonio, are comfortably situated in their winter quarters. They are enjoying excellent health. l The palace clerks at Santiago presented Gen. Wood with a magnificent gold-mounted, tortoise-shell walking stick, in a mahogany case. It was said at the Brooklyn navy yard that Commodore J. W. Philip will succeed Rear Admiral Francis M. Bunce, retired, as commandant of the Brooklyn navy yard on Jan. 15. The new pond for the aquatic birds at Fort Sam Houston quartermaster's depot is nearly completed. It is to ha...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

' Co}. M+abry D,. " ;. in, Tex., Jan. 5.-About yesterday' evening Gov. Cul . received a brief cablegram froe Coi. Dwyer, commanding th 'exas infantry, that Col. Mabr ' 6 o'clock. governor immediately wire A. C. Allen of Texarkana, Mrs f's father, and also wired th vary of war in reference to em .ning the remains and shipping t 'exas. In the meanwhile he receive the following cablegram from Gel Fitzhugh Lee: .;' Havana, Jan. 4.-Gov. Culbersol Austin, Texas.-Col. Mabry of the firs ./~~ ~ ~'Texas infantry died this afternoon Body will be embalmed and sent hom in charge of Lieut. Devine and anothe ': i'-- officer on the first steamer. Best medi i ^i cal attention was given him from th time he was first taken sick. Whole y_,, .corps is mourning for the loss of thi - -.splendid soldier and citizen. ' IEE, Maj. Gen., Commanding. :- ..".". - Col. Mabry was born at Jefferson Tex., in 1856, and was the son of Gen H. P. Mabry, who commanded wit] distinction a brigade of cavalry unde Forrest in...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

-, . : usin3ess and w.vould a ppr e I S ic:it acshitinavance of the same on a: : ^::Cas ,h. XBasis .. .4 4 1 - Which will enable us to se groceries and In our .'Line than they can be bougl Remember our motto: 11 I in.4 it elseMF $ l-aS. mp / 1_ 1 --. '7 R THE WHEEL wishes all a happy and prosperous New Year. _: ~ . __*_/^" _ __ -. COL. MABRY of the first Texas $ 1.00oo A Year. died at Havana Wednesday. Published every Saturday and enter- - ed at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as IT is very strongly intimated second-class mail matter. every now and then that free sil' ADYERTISXNG RATES. ver and the railroad commission Locals 5c per line and display ads are very live corpses. 12gc per inch per insertion. Liberal THE contract for supplying the soldiers in Cuba with beef has been awarded to Texas cattle raisres by 'the government. The cattle will be shipped through the Galveston port to Havana. THE year anno domini 1898 is not gone, as we say, but only past with its record of human ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

r;I f%';ai ai~hter i^thdpeit tll~.ity.:eat i this week. ia S rtla Maloywvent tojrs.is n Vay, having taken a' posiqn'!as assistant teacher in' school '^ a *'':i ''' , ' * . ' *' ' * '~~~ ~'^?i' ,"Ringworm, Tetter,' Itching Piles, :",'' fItch, Eczema cured -quickly and l' ':ieffeOtually with Hunt's Cure Mon:. : .e ey refunded if it fails. Price 50 :f,:(,'; cents. Sold by W. -A. Baird and, X: 0t:] 0 rum & Swinny. : . . . Miss Lizzie Stephens, one of ':,:: -'>:: the faculty of the Garland high --:r . : school, spent apart ol the holi:::':: :: 'daykvisiting relatives and friends Ifi;: : .- .' . in the city: ~' r ;'-': ':' Morning Sickness, or Nausea from ^^2; .:; Pregnancy, is dispelled by Simmons g. .:'; "' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets H^i -' -Eld. S. A. Holt, of Indianapo ... - , :; ? Z A,: .fZ .X lis, Ind., delivered and interesting series of sermons at the Christain church of evenings during the holidays. 7"P' If Trritable, Out of Sorts, Depressed in Spirits; have a Dull Head^.....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

itttt5*. Mit- beiefniesf. iCu pased frbm pa)to th United ':;i ":'-"' - ': :i States `yesterday. ', ' '- '.' ' : ' " I~f' ''l). '-':; '. '. ''I - tform:o the transfer "as simple, , : ".,'. '; Oitco ngt onyt' '-of: an '"exchange ot .':; :Xf.:.: ^',:; :6eSecles Ein they salon of the p' a the ' '".:' t>yh' ~- hauling down'-of thl Spanish flag and ;;: '(:' ":- ::' --theraising it in its stead theflag of the ^^; '-' ':'- United States on the flag-staff on the ^' ' :.) i' i;: u palace rooef Salutes wei3 fired from the heavy guns of the forts and the war.,' ' - ';- V ships before and after the change of - ' -flags. The raising of the stars and stripes was greeted with cheers by the .J,:../ a.d_ -*.. people, who covered the roofs of the buildings around the palace and plaza. /': ' Maj. Gen. John R. Brooke, governor of Cuba, and Maj. Gen. Ludlow, goverbior of the city of Havana, accompanied by their staffs, arrived at 11:30 in carriages, Gen. Brooke and Gen. Adna R. Chaffee, Gen. Brooke's ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

Jus a Not worth paying attention Couqb to, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you haye a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs is a family failing. At first it is a slight cough. At last it is a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. 1 p Ajens. Cherry Pectoral qu!lly conquers your little nhacking cough. There is no doubt about the cru now. Doubt comes _ from neglect. For ver half a century A Ayet's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs U and preventing consumption. r It cures Consumption also w if taken In time. - Kccp ,n o. ~e gtS c'g Keep one et BP. Auer's CelleP Pectoral Piasters over loop lue8 II gio ccl. , hall we send you a book et this subject, free? ear, ,ueloAI DepaImenf. yoU .have any Complaint what_Advlee yAU D lb0ssly obtain, write atp 4 nt 1; rely. beot wil receive 9 dress fliy. ith u cost. . lde, D. . C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. l F p TEXAS AND TEXANS. Antel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

"Atidf bla.O inh dthi ^leo~omlished'wret^ ha , .:.:.,eexecute4.' It can keel a:m:il'in:cnstaat turmoil l fronr .lanoJig il uiAght, and eightt til :iering, without once varying its tunes. It can be relied upon tc ;e "peacefully 'all day when its Q:'i" * 1'fa8ther is down town, and cry all ""^nlig:ht when he is' particularly 5 sleepy. It may be the naughtiest, : 'dirtiest, ugliest, most fretful baby in all'the world, but you can never make its mother 'believe it, anid you had better not try it. It can 1 be a' charming and model infan? when no one is around; but when visitors are present it can exhibit . ' inore bad temper than both of it' parents together. It can brighter , up a house better than all th( furnMiture ever made, make sweet er music than the finest orchestra organized, fill a larger space in it, parents' breasts than they knew they had, and when it goes away it can cause a greater vacancy and leave a greater blank than a!3 the rest of the world put together Cheap Legal Ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

FERRIS. ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1899. .waxahachie, Tex., Jan. 11.Mr. L; C. Todd received a completed picture of the waxahaceie cotton factory to-day and placed it on exhibition in a public place. It was made by cotton mill architects. The picture attracted a good deal of attention. The collection committee is hard at work in the matter of getting up funds to build the mill. ,Ennis, Tex., Jan. 10.-The city council held an adjourned meeting last night and adopted a resolution sufficiently radical to gratify t he strongest re4renchers. The mayOr's salary was reduced from $25 a month to $2.50 a month, aldermen from $7.50 to $2.50. street overseer from $50 to $35. The office of secretary was abolished and his duties are to be performed by the assessor and collector. The day polcemau is taken off and all pound fees are to go to the t takes all kinds of people to make a world. There is a poverty which is noble and dignified, contented, helpless and godly. And there is a pov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

:!l r , ha' bee ordered to La Point !" i lgectto adJs some accounts. 'It. IM" 'Franscis. ; Dodge has beenorr 4'erettoA duty"as chief paymaster of h..: : ; :e :depjtmen t of e6Iorado. , . , ': :: ' i.; rginla" pine wpine is bein g shipped i'.,,'_:,to :the' army oceans in Cuba in large quantitiles. -: Assistant Surgeon Volney M. S Sho 'alter has been ordered from Fort 'lIorgan to Center 'Point, Ala. Capt. Duff of company B, third Texas infantry, who was tried before a courtmnartial at Fort Clark, was acquitted. The Spanish cabinet has decided to 'open a credit of 33,000,000 pesetas for the repatriation of Spaniards in Cuba 'and the Philippines. First Lieut. 'Frank B. McKenna, fifteenth infantry, has been ordered to duty on the staff of Maj. Gen. Brooke as an aide-de-camp. The American Cuban commissioners express themselves as highly pleased with the conduct of ex-Capt.'Gen. Castellanos during his administration. One of the five Spanish hospitals the United States falls heir 'to in Ha-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

...lli on ..bete.t - psseger tre .s 'n' theLeh:igh Valley railroadat est ' D3unellen, N. J., at 12:47 p. m. yeater'~ i; .:y thirteen persons were killed and ov^:oer twenty-five were injured. iW :- ?: West Dunellen is' three miles from ,i"":Boundu Brook and about thirty miles f-;.rom New York city. At the spot 4'~ I;'wvhere -the disaster occurred there is a {. ::sharp curve in the Lehigh Valley -~. /; tracks and a steep cutting, but the acel.1 1 i'dent was due in the first place to some t: ,." terrible mistake in train orders and in X -:_ tthe second place to another accident i!? :: )that occurred at Bound Brook'earlier ;yii: 'in the day. The scenes whidh accom: e 'l0rpanied the collision, the sufferings of ,;'". -the injured and the panic that reigned among the 400 passengers, were well'nigh indescribable. The blood-stained wreck of tangled and twisted iron and wood that was still on the railroad tracks last night bore witness to the -/ i; truth of the general verdict of railroad me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

i would apprecte i :ntinuance ofthe same on a XTI_ 't1 * 1_ 1 : (roel eries3 and .v ld will enable r~~~~~l rl -n +. vi 1 bn h awr " nr us to sel . I I . I 4 1 : I I ,rything ine where. Remember our motto: "Cash and Low Prices." JYn I 101 ....:,... X. ,X'', r ': .. l jiI-:. $ I.oo A jI^.0 0:^ Published every Sat ;7^' e"~pd at the postoffice at ;' : :" - second-class mail mat :AD YEKTISINI 't~ .-: * - Locals 5c per line J- X i; 12.2c per inch per ii 'y.: ir: cutss on ads for large H & T C Tir 1j.-:''. North bound. I is::-Y ~-6No. 1--5:35 p n f'- ':, .' "3--7:26 am \ "15-10:30" I F A Fr AN-K EZZEL SATiURDAY, Jai; Fig n; ': 0 Tu, coner stone SALE. re -.1 i.al.^AAAAAAA^A^WA W^A (^9<^^ ~in the deed that the institution should be permanently located M* 'CTR^ ^ ' there, his hiers and others declare their intention to bring suit for Year. the property if the University is moved. ,turday and enterFerris, Texas, as tter. A white man's body was found *TG BATES. on the Central track near ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

mein' ? ::. 2 '- " /$~:di&:a'ma /int from 1:'iboverwoerked7 girls: and Feeble itie&';SimmOns Squaw Vine Wine l ,tltets are nature's greatest boon. A. ? -.B, 'Kelly and family have _vioved east of Palmer. G. W. JWaddell has moved on Mrs. Maitalone's place vacated by Mr. Kel' - ' ' A: ,I . " J.' A. D.eel has retired from - . _: b u fi ness ' To subdue Nervouvness, Irritability, Neuralgia, Hysteria, St. Vitus' Dance, use Simmuons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. The six coaches, wrecked near McKinney two weeks ago, passed through here Tuesday morning on their way to the shops for repairs. Some of them were badly torn up. Josh Adkisson who is attending school at Ferris, spent Christmas with the home folks here. I-Italy News. Ringworm, Tetter, Itching Piles, Itch, Eczema cured quickly and .; effectually with Hunt's Cure Money refunded if it fails. Price 50 cents. Sold by W. A. Baird and Crum & Swinny.' Dr. H. A. Buchanan paid the county seat a visit Monday. If Trritable, Out of So...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

eight ears :::: ?L tecon .i omicaliand cong txas on the inew administrate :X::': i:: .:The secretary called the roll :if":-ny: absetee was Stone of V >' ; . The senatorsvelect then ca ' ward and were sworn in by tenant governor. ' - - - D Senator Kerr offered 'a r that the senate proceed to customary officers who shall r per day, and six committee cli shall also receive $5 per day, the lieutenant governor apg journal clerks at $5 per day pages and five porters to r, per day. J. P. Pool of Victoria was secretary without opposition, ing 29 votes. D. A. Walker of MceLnnan a ed assistant secretary withou tion, receiving 29 votes. W. R. O'Quinn of Angelina v ed journal clerk without opp4 For assistant journal clerk H. Pfeuffer of Guadalupe co eeived 13 votes and T. H. i Wood county 15 votes. Font Ray of Galveston cot elected calendar clerk withou tion. John L. Stephenson of Tay] ty was elected enrolling clerk opposition. For engrossing clerk N. W. Harris, Frank P. Smith of B< P. Sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

Kcct We know of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour. weight, losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of consumption. Stop coughing and you will get well. cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disappears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mastered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of consumption are completely cured. f Ask your druggist for one of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action ol the Cherry Pectoral. If yon have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can possibly obtain, write us freely. You -lllreeeive a prompt reply that may be of great value to yeu. Addres , DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. p I V L m. irii - Mnnimma UlM l Ol/S DIP NEEDLE for locating MA/ milg *"* Gold and Silver O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 January 1899

'0 -orshe'- soon ed 'the tplri/hir, l^'.i w hile her eyes ander listlel ioer the col' u 'tld denly'a'little notice tucked . away ilr a- corner caught her eye. :It ran as follows: '"A young gentleman of Massachusetts would "like to correspond dwith a young lady of the west. Address K. G. Watertown,Mas's." Grace straightened herself up,' read. the line's again, laughed, blushed and said softly: "If I only dared; it would be such fun. But,". with a little frown, "mother wouldn't like it." The hammock swung, creaking, to and fro, and the fair occupant 'was basy with her thoughts. "I can stop whenever I like," -she commented. "Besides, I shall never see him, and I really must break this terrible monotony. So," with a half-ashamed glance toward the little notice, "I believe I'll do it." She ran into the house immediately, and half an hour later a -dainty little missive bearing the address K. G., W'atertown, Mass., was sent on its journey. As pret-ty Miss Grace laid her head on her pillow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 January 1899

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT DAY, JAN. 21, 1899. HANGING OF FRED SAWYER Waxahachie, Tex. Jan. 13.-Ai 8 o'clock this morning Fred Sawyer swallowed the heads of a number of matches with suicidal intent. The matches had been saved up for a weekor. more and had been secreted about his person. A handful of pink matches ?~,/' were found, also a piece of look:; ming glass, which Sawyer said he ^ , intended to use in severing an ar: ?:: tery if the matches failed to dc 3: .: . deadly work. .At 11 o'clock Sawyer was ,!5!- dressed for execution and at I: ' 12.:24 was driven in a carriage .i": ' by officers and attendents to the : :. allowss where several hundred :Ru-...* spectators were gathered about :~; the enclosure. On the inside wer ,125 persons who held tick~ J:. ets. There were preachers, doc,'(* tors, newspaper men and officers ~:-^. of this and other counties. At 12:28 they mounted the ,'(%5 steps leading to the gallows. The !::&' platform was about 12 feet from the ground an...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 January 1899

ivwae:m^ ( Bs}r~avel','even i:f'uned and muad . me. "a iny tle mayte to, dt o di.dieeo iseae,"notu ofdisea 's the atteda i,-i~ ik pVl8ysieianb.of poor young Tiffany'sai 7 :c''::,, ' starvationn" ' "due. to the 'fai ~.':' i;tetl they did not' have 'food th t1.- :. -was suitable to' the condition of .-, 0', 51oavalescent." One of the most heartless and in ::::.:;. ' excusable blunders of the departmen -^ 0 0; 0 has been that of permitting so-called .-:-::- Y convalescents 'to 'set out alone fo their far distant. homes, .when the ]~-; go: f yeriest tyro in aursing might know : that they should have been the .sub jects of careful nourishment in a :; v"'siek- ward. That this has been don ' .'. , and is being done the people of th United States have painful evidenc before their eyes in the emaciate, -and pallid forms, that may too easil: _. and too often be seen dragging thel way to the terminal stations of this and other great cities: Many young life that Spanish bullets and J. 't 0 .Cub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 January 1899

,:S )I,^.[{,:,: . RAJ1 JL,/ZI&/ ZEIL;LfProprieto .; -W:'- ' "i'lB thanks... -- :'~'U .' - .TEXAS.; A: : man who forget a favor seldom ,'.: -' :i S.torgives an injury. . A small rent in a reputation soon -becomes' a large hole. 'A patrol wagon brings some Inebriates to a full stop. Nothing succeeds like the success of some people's failures. Probably Niagara falls because the bed "of the river can't hold it up. The square-rigged ship is apt to become a wreck-tangle in a storm. People who never get down to business seldom get up in the world. A woman void of curiosity must find life as tedious as a historical novel. The every-day Christian has seven chances to the Sunday fellow's one. A coal dealer says: "As we journey through life we must live by the weigh." We often wonder, if the prince eo "Wales doesn't feel that his life is being thrown away. The man who spent the summer constructing air castles is now trying to borrow heat for the air. You can't judge a wife's love by the ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 January 1899

;!:" :esa'ge 'was.X received from A Nge nessage was received:" from GOv. : - - 'Sayeir, making the following ,nomina. ' Secretary of' state-D. H. Hardy of ]7 A, :: )Waco. . .'/- ' - - Assistant attorney-R. A. John of ?I:i:: ' -Williamson. 4.t :'-/ ; S Adjutant general-Thomas Scurry of Dallas. 4:: - ~ Superintendent of penitentiaries-J. 2?: "-' 'S. Rice of Tyler. Assistant superintendent at Huntsville-J. C. Smithers of Walket. Assistant superintendent at RuskW. M. Lacy-of Anderson. Financial agent of penitentiariesWm. M. C. Hill of Dallas. Commissioner of agriculture, insurance, statistics and history-Jefferson Johnson of Travis. State revenue agent-Joe Lee Jameson of Bexar. Superintendent of public buildings and grounds-Sam D. Harlan of Travis. The senate went into executive session to consider the appointments and after a short secret session, the doors were thrown open and it was announc'ed that Messrs. Hardy and Scurry had! been confirmed. The house convened at 10 o'clock, but ow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 January 1899

1. F. R h)\. 1 lWe:-desiFre to, ;thankthe .people of Ferrsand vicinity for the liberal patronage f accorded usduring the short time we have i ; been in business and would appreciate and Solicit a continuance of the same on a: 0 0 Which will enable us to sell * :roteries- and In our Line Cheaper than they can be bought else-- , i. f l-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ where. Remember our motto: "Cash anrd Low Prices." B A0.nibt9 SAL ( I I ''"*-; . 2.:^~~ ^EVEN Russia has enough of l [ . ..~I T~l^J ^standing armies and great navies, mrE^5(%^fcN ~ ~after the greatest experience and -, _-t_______________ '' warns the world of their oppresI, .oo A Year. sive and bankrupting tendency, yet there is a strong element in Published every Saturday and enter- this government who prefer the ed at the postol.ve at Ferris, Texas, as second-cl-ass' mail matter. experience, rather than heed the ADYVETISIG RATES. warningn. Locals 5c per hiue and display ads 12.c per inch per insertion. Liberal IN his addre...

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