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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

t hl w' rr Ml vi:ti kS. s&tm t HEN th.e doctor gives you that .to have filled don't to bring it to us, because then ,yaucan rest assured that nothing ;,but the "best" goes into.it. Our ; Stock is complete in every- respect. 7,7' nftiifc'niti. ' umijiiiynji UiMMMUMlMI FW, ! - --- Card Of Thanks. We hereby wish to express our gr&titude and the kind friends who so willingly assisted us in the illness and death of our hus- band and father, and to the Daughter's of the Confederacy for their floral offering. May God bless you all. Mrs. J. R. Knight and Children, f &v tV jCeathej-man J07ug Bartlett, Texas lompany & ; LOCAL GOSSIP ' D. L., Pennington made a busi- I,. ness trip to Georgetown Monday. . i, C. C. Bailey made a business rip to Georgetown Monday. Miss nez Powell who is at- kndang. Baylor College at Belton tmthe week-end-guest of her Ibther, Mrs. R. E. L. Powell e past week. For Sale at a Bargain I have the two-story brick building "west of the railroad, known as t...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

S W t w JL" 'BELL COUNTY VETS PftAISE WILSON , Blton, TexI'sV Jan, 27-Tho following letter has been for- warded to President Wilson by Confederate soldiers of Bell county To His Excellency President Wilson, Washington, D. . Belton, Texas, Jan. 24. We, the undersigned Confederate soldiersand citizens of Bell coun ty. Texas, wish to express through this medium .our appre- ciation of your course in dealing with the various problems of the European war and the Mexican war. We are alsp in full ac- cord with your preparedness. We, sir, know what it means to bo unprepared for war. We trust that it may never come, but should it come, though we are all old men and a little tottery, know the game, and offer you our .services in any capacity best suited to our age. T, W. Taylor, L. C. Harvill, M. W. tyackburn, James Boyd, T. J. Moss.' W. F, Fiewellen, W. N. Scales, W. W. TJpshaw, George E. Gray-T. A. Upshaw, J. K. Sander'ford, W, S. Riggs. m Vj, S.h Lemly !ChndJdae, ' , For County Judge. T? ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

&' Association BiuUtt, uxm ' . OFFICERS t. ra. ,Ir , i .'i .... President Jerman Vice-President nee, Tresurer ;Wckr Secretary rn DIRECTORS F. H. Leslie MEMBERS tlett: Dillard Cates Alfen Co. Co. facker Co. HBank, Schwertner D. K. Leatherman Sanitary Grocery Hardin Hardware Co. Fairchild Lutrjber Co. Lawrence Bros. Rowntree Bros. F. J. Pavel I. L. Brown Leatherman Drupr Co. Dr. A. F. Schoffield Condra,& Blair itiization is: tect each other from feats" nd all others that meet their obligations Itly arid in a satisfactory To wbrk together. Not "with each other, but also the Entire citizenship of the i and with every farmer in and others that you owe? If' you hav not, Do It. If you cannot, pay, then come to see them. Make tne very best arrange ments you can to secure them for the amount you owe them. DO NOT FORGET That each and every merchant knows how much you owe the ot- rrounding territory for the; ner man r a.c east np . can "a u?rtf n.f,n ,,' ouc u neaesires to ao so. jjo (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

jfrSTftJ rfVi ?:? 5V am t J L' ! AND NEWS X R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEB. 11, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 35 1 o MRS. JNO. G. McKAY MEDYESTERDAY The sad news reached Bartlett yesterday rriorning announcing the death of Mrs. Jno. G. McKay, which .occurred at her home, in Lufttin, Texas, during the fore- M), after short illness of acute; pneumonia. Interment will be in the Belton Cemetery today;, (Friday) afternoon, The remains will pass, through Bart- lett this afternoon at 2:40. Mrs. McKay was about 40 years of age, wife of Secretary of State, Jno. G. McKay, and apent her girlhood days here, where she has many friends and a number of relatives, She was a devoted Christian wife and toother. ' To the bereayed husband and lour ,childrent the Tribune ex tends hearltfelt sympathy. , T. S. Saulsbury Dead ", y At the home of his daughter, Mrs.' W. L. Perkins, in this city, Mr. T. S. Saulsbury, a highly respected citizen, died Tuesda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

( 'l jT-, v.yf-r-r, fe T r i b u n c And News 1 FRIDAY. FEB. 11. 1916 More men can talk the poker Janguajre than know how to play the game. The moon's eclipse probably is , " ' about the poorest excuse for stay- , ln up late. You can sometimes learn the ft t iruth from a liar by ,'copperinpr" vhia statements. h'1 ' 'A As a little problem for today, try to figure out why anyone j would want to imitate Charlie Js ni,ni, ft However, there are a good , many broken promises "which have nothing to do with political ' platforms. c Faved streets are mighty fine, f? and we are going to have them, but people cannot eat and sleep c on them. Build a brick hotel. if. ', The porest man in the world can every day bestow gifts more precious than all the treasurers of earth. Silver and gold are I' tha losaf nf f-ho tunrlH'a naoHa t vtaw vc.kjw v..v vvu&tu U WU.J Homer A McCarty. ''After some one is killed bv the fast trains running through Bart jietcviii oe rainer late to tane precautions. But, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

i.J5ii S I- j , . Ji...k.. i. . j. v"l in ....tfJL -iA. - i Y I iSi--- "- r7 j .. .A iiW. lr .-;. i.J. ... JIT Af J--JAlj-i Kcm ftpC Ml 11$ Y tf V I rf- LET MONET FIGHT LIKE MEN, WIS "CYCLONE DAVIS ). : Ftt.Ctii4i4fttes Report Expenses jWill Probably Be A 1 Washington, Feb. 3- A bill to .make money fight for its country the same as men" was introduc- ed in the House Wednesday by "Cyclone" Day is, Representative at large from Texas. Mr. Davis is a foe of the President prepar- edness program. The bill provides that each co- operation shall be forced to pay the cost of maintaning one soldier or sailor for each $50,000 in " capital and surplus in excess of $250,000, and in time of war for each $25,000 in excess of $75,000 On personal incomes and fam-i ily incomes or the joint income Jif man and wife, Mr. Davis would assess the cost of main- tenance of one ssilder or sailor for each $25,000 in excess of $70- 000 a year in time of peace. In war time the possessors of in- comes must mainta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

!f-r-V v;v ,., W.UMU PW, - - "- JS?sil'I.LJ i. alter D. Caldwell; A Grand Sally The Baptists of Texas are now Candidate for Senate. 20th District In a great educational campaign. Between Jaii. 15 arid March 19, ot this year, it is their intention to raisei$2B0.000 in cash, to be used in the schools of their de- nomiations of this state, lhe work is being led by Drs. J. B, Gambrell artd Geo. W. Truett 'of Dallas, and is succeeding grand ly. Hon. Walter D. Caldwell, candidate for the senate from the 20tK senatorial district, composed of the counties of Williamson, Travin. Rurnet and LamDasas. snent yesterday in Bartlett. Mr. rldwfill is a native of Travis county and has lived in and about Austin practically all his life. He is a lawyer and a farmer. Dur- ing the 34th session of the legislature Mr. Caldwell was a member i of the house from Travis county, in which body he took command- ing rank. , Hon. R. .1. Eckhardt, who was elected with no opposition, to fill the unexpired term of Ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

' ' i.n I LOCAL NEWS. A number of our citizens will attend the funeral of Mrs. Jno, G. McKay,. which will occur at Bel ton this Afternoon. Gat our prices on Onion Sets, and Triumph Irish Cobbler, and Ohio Seed Potatoes at Rowntree's Mr. J, T. Stewart, accom- panied by Mrs. Stewart and ' Mrs. H. T4 Hlair, left this morn- ing for Marlin, where he goes for the benefit of his health. For sometime Mr. Stewart has been a saffer,er and his many friends hope that he will soon be re- stored to health. Dr. J. A. Harlan, dentist, this week received some valuable 'Ji fixtures for his office, which V .1 1 r ! greayy increases nis iaciuues forwork in his profession. He will soon have in place a full and complete up-to-date equipment. His office is over the First ' National Bank. New garden seeds, the most reliable, D. M. Ferry's & Co., at Ed Heinshon. A Cox of Rogers was a yisitor of 0. R, Clines this weel. Miss Maggie McCoy of Bartlett visited Miss Myrtel Clines this week. Lillian, the littl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

f iK-;; TE.vwfCT''nFT; f'T&'M - 7 ' . ,rr"fT ffi ' ' r- - v ,) , , ,' , RRMW?HMVmnraKlHHHHniHHMM0KKOTT.'2n"HHHMitWl in i. ii i i i i m ". L.f. ,. w Ul.liiii .if iJ il lmrfc-HM.iHM Tli. WJ.. ,U - .. yw A ,Xi rcWi i . in 4lUilli ) P kJM ; ( !-V, i . L' h s v 3 ''' PRESCRIPTION HEN the that to k fail to bring it to us, because then you can rest assured that nothing but the ''best" goes into it. Our stock is complete Xeatherman Drug Company Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP v Jim Knight has purchased from the Bartlett Garage a five passenger Ford car. For Rent Brick house next door to St Louis store, Bartlett. Apply to Karl Flick. The Bartlett Garage report the sale of a five-passenger Ford car to Dr, Blair. . Jim Ford was in Belton Mon- day on business. Frank Joiner left Tuesday for Haskell where he is in the real estate business. John A. Jones of Holland was here Monday on business. S. H. Duggans of Bangs, Tex- as was here the past week on business. He reports everything prosperous in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

"Si- W L - k 'A ry- V ll n' . BO' M' Retail Merchants-Association ' Bartlett, Texas ' , y officers D. D.JTairchild, Jr. , President D.-K. Leaiherman Vice-President Ed. Lawrences Tresurer A,E. Wacker Secretary "' DIRECTORS I. L. Brown " F. H. Leslie MEMBERS D. K. Leatherman Mutual Lumber Co. Stokes- Blair Hwde Co. Walton Dry Goods Co. F. H. Leslie The' Gerabach-Wacker Co. Bartlett National Bank. J. T. Dillard R. F. Cates J..M. Allen , . n . L Farmers Mercantile Co, Schwertner Sanitary Grocery Hardin Hardware Co. Fairchild Lumber Co. Lawrence Bros. Rowntree Bros. F. J. Pavel I. L. Brown Leatherman DruprCo. Dr. A. F. Schoffield Condra & Blair MORE ARRESTS FOR BOOTLEGGING Two more arrests for alleRed bootlegging in the city of Tem- ple were made early on Sunday THRALL VISITED ' BY FIRE MONDAY Monday at 3 o'clock, fire at Thrall threatened to destroy the entire business section of the, morning, following an investiga-1 thriving little oil town. The fire A FEW FACTS The readers of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 February 1916

t , JB ,T'rv'75K "tz. f flu: ;V aS "1,1.1 ' .,. iiaat.iinniminiim itinii 1 I. -wii 11 in 1 n 1 Ijl II 1 1 1 I A ... iW 1 NMMfl War With Mexico ?. Benton County Nursery Company, Rogers, Arkansas Is the place to buy the best bargains in Btrictly first class, high grade, state inspected, fruit trees, berry plants, grape vines, ornamentals, etc., for sprintr planting Give us about five mirttltea of " your time and be convinced that we are offering you the greatest bargains you were ever offered in nursery Btock, We are located in the very heart of the Ozarks, in one of the finest fruit sec- tjofi of the world. Benton County Arkansas, bears the distinction of having more acres in fruit than any place in the whole world for the era it covers. Our trees are propagated from the finest I tallies of fruits and healthiest trees grown. They are first class in every respect. Guaranteed. They are grown by an expert nurseryman, a man who has been on this joo more than h quarter qf ,a century This ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

PPFfW j fi! '' l mj "try it " :, .T 1 Mr' ttfe t! t, IS V AND NEWS v ft'?. 'GATES, Editor and Proprietor BA.RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 18, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 3 QUITS THE RACE FOR DISTRICT JUDGE SMALLPOX CASES . REPORTED AT TAYLOR ft ftr. I "& ' v,t " I iri, . s, , wfl' ft ,. . IF: . 5 ' n 't ? r . rv i $ i ,' .rmi f nr tj ," IV It TO MACADAMIZE ROAD INTO DAVILLA Postmaster Lindemann in- forms usjthat he went to Davilla yesterday where a new road was laid out to Bartlett. This road Jsan extension of the road at Mr, James Server's place, it will now run through the Lindeman farm cutting off about 1 1-2 miles Of the distance to Bartlett. The GOOD ROADS INTER- EST MANIFESTED 'Belton Feb. 15 -A Number of citizens from Commissioner Ver- non's precinct have been before the commissioners' court today relative to the connecting up of the roads already improved in that section of the county. Mr. Vernon's beat already has five improvement road districts peo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

T$7 M "Y fif" i , dMsdlMfta. ar With Mexico BW1H Benton County Nursery Company, Rogers, Arkansas'1 Is the place to buy the best bnrpcair8 in strictly first clas9, high made, state inspected, fruit trees, berry plants, grape vines, ornamentals, etc., for sprine planting Give us about five minutes of your time and be convinced that we are offering you the greatest bargains you were ever offered in nursery stock. We are located in the very heart of the Ozarks, in one of the finest fruit sec- tions of the world. Benton County Arkansas, bears the distinction of having more acres in fruit than any place in the whole world ior the era it covers. Our trees are propagated from the finest varities of fruits and healthiest trees grown. They are first class in every respect. Guaranteed. They are grown by an expert nurseryman, a man who has been on this joj more than a quarter of a century This stock must move for Spring planting or go on the brush pile and be burned. Below are the varities we a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

!'T" ,'M.. .. v u V' Ur.i. HIT r 4- i1 X r ti i OLD SOLDIER TELLS OF BYE-GONE DAYS MANY EXPERIENCES TOLD. ' H. . Wwitofi Gives a Vivid Account of War's Hardships During the Days of Sixty-one. I waB born in Middle Tennes- see, near Murphysboro, on the 11th of August 1841. I lived there Until I was 7 years of age. Then my parents moved to,west Tennessee, where we remained until I was 19 yenrs old. In 1861, the Civil War. began, and there was a call for volun- teers by the Confederates. I joined the '5th Tennessee Infan- try, Company "A." The can- tain was John A. Lotelal of Un- ion City, Tenn. We first went to Columbus, Ky, on the Miss- issippi river, and prepared for a battle at Belmont, in Missouri, just across the river. Then we lett there and went to Madrid. Mo down the Miss- issippi river, and prepared for a battle, which was fought twelve days and nights. At the end of this time, during which we suf- fered from hunger and loss of sleep; we retreated and were ordered across the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

,-v w .' fl pa ,- .r U w r Lf.1 ,e Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 18. 1916 Twenty-fi,ve years ago Febru- ary 12, in the Rood old town- Liberty Hill the editor of this puper and his loving companion ' of to-day took the vows of hus- band and wife, in the presence of a number of immediate rela- tives and intimate friends, some of whom are to-day resting. sweetly resting, m the Silent City of tlie Dead, while others sVebut in the world battling with the perplexing problems of this life. While, as is the case with the humnn family, we have experienced many sorrows, we have been the recipients of much happiness, for which we are pro- foundly grateful to an All-wise Providence, for He has been kind to ug in permitting us to go if hand in hand along life's path way, as we looked about and beheld the separations of loved ones by the Death Angel. And due to this kind benevolence of Him who presides over the des- ' times of the Universe, we were permitted to celebrate the twenty-fifth annivers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

&. W V -v J f i3 LOCAL NEWS. J, D. Slawson made a business trip to San Antonio this week, I. A. Bowen was in Granger Tuesday on business. Let us fix that mattress for you,,8ummer time will Boon be here. Hoton & Ogden. f Capt J, H. Wheeler of West- ern Texas, is here on a visit to 11 his son, A. K. Wheeler and "family. Just unloaded a oar of cotton seed meal. See us. Rowntreo Wros. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton were in Temple Wednesday. ' Joe Machu and wife will move to Bartlett from Holland, See Rowntree Bros for that sack of cotton seed meal. Carlie Rowitree attended the Ijjlk'a dance in Temple Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stabeno of Prairie Hell, were here Tuesday shopping. We can make you a new mat- ress, and one that will make you sleep good. Hortou & Ogden. Fred Brjehan returned home Tuesday irom South Texas where he has been looking after his in terests. Get our prices on Onion Sets, and Triumph Irish Cobbler, and Ohio Seed Potatoes at Rowntree's Mr. Zettles, of nea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

. ffrm.fi'- ? L tf.iB . l... . ni)iiiiHi4i in tfnuihftli I FJS Sfl. M f P K t fit r f Sk K i I Ktt i a J h ,i "fsyy PRESCRIPTION WHEN the doctor gives you that to have filled don't fail to bring it to us, because then you can rest assured that nothing but the "best" goes into it. Our stock is complete in every respect. Xeatherman 9)ruy Company Bortlett, LOCAL GOSSIP B. Koliman and D. K. Leather man made a business trip to Tay- lor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan have moved to Schwertner where Mr. Duncan has charge of the hardware store at that place. MrB. J. T. Schrock and daugh- ter, Miss Martha, of Georgetown' were here Sunday on a visit to relatives. All kinds of flower seeds at Ed Heinsohn. Mrs. Daye Pennington was the guest of Mrs. Wilford Mc- "Daniel in Granger Tuesday. Sonntag & Johnson have re- ceived the contract to re-model the residence of Mr. Perry Cox which when completed will be up to-date in every respect. Dress-Making Miss Rachael Morris, now located up-stairs a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

mm " T4 ' V- ti .j ft. 6, lfc. tv - 0 Retail Merchants Association Bartlett, Texas i ii w OFFICERS D.'D. FaircKild, Jr President D. K, Leatherman ...Vice-President Ed. Lawrence Tresurer A. E. Wacker DIRECTORS J. L. Brown F. H. Leslie ' MEMBERS Mutual Lumber Co. Stokea- Blair Hwde Co. Walton Dry Goods Co. F; H. Leslie The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Bartlett National Bank. J. T. Dillard R, F. Cates J. M. Allen Farmers Mercantile Co. Schwertner Trade at Bartlett Buy your ptoods from HOME MERCHANTS. Did it ever oc- cur to you that every dollar that you send away to merchants or rgail Jrder concerns is lost to your friends and your commu- nity? The dollar that you spend with your home merchant, or at least a great part of it, stays ngnt in your uwii wvjr -..u va. - T-A. I .. "I!.. n,rl fsim munuy. it neius iu yuy uieiiv--hire: drayage; taxes for city, county and state; and hundreds of other items connected with any other mercantile concern. The dollar you spend with out of town merchants or wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 February 1916

fmm "? F;fe,j '4 1 ij ' i,i v 1,0 4 "2 - Aafei Hits Dtlia Robison r - Entertains Juniors 'Cpme when tho clock is strickinpr eight. To a Valentine party and learn yourfote, Tell not a soul of this secret plot, fiat come prepared to learn a lot. MisB Delia Rohlson, January 12. 1916. This Was inscribed on tiny red hearts, which were found in various places by the guasts. The rooms were decorated with red and while hearts. Miss Ellen Mae Caskey won the first prize, a large felt heart 1 with the letters "1916" on it. Large white hearts wjth red cupids and programme pencils, containing a love story with ' blanks to be filled, were passed '?,5to each couple, Miss Ua Dean Harris and De- arld Ford were rewarded with a box of chocolates. v Miss Thea Fanning gave a Valentine reading, which was especially appropriate. Hooks Caskey played the auct- tion and gave each one a pack- , age containing a fortune. This furnished great amusement. The dining room was beauti- fully decorated with hearts to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

' ' u Sge Ok. -v , i ija, 'I AND NEWS R.F.CATES, Editor And Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. feXAS, FRIDAY. FEB. 25, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. ST INTEREST IN PAVED HIGHWAY AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR HOLLAND MERIDIAN ROUTE LOGGERS HERE TUESDAY K a l.v V 1 u . U Ikk. . sK.'k ' X' : I ' MERCHANTS' CARNIVAL ' GRAND SUCCESS The Merchanta' Carnival, or trades display, riven at the Cas- ino Monday and Tuesday even- ings of this week, under the aus- pice of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church,, w'a8 one of the largest attended attractions ever Riven in this ! tsity. At both performances the nlarp;e auditorium and gallery were crowded with appreciative spectators, who were not in the least disappointed, as was evi- denced by the attentiveness dur- ing the two and half hours en- tertainment each evening. , The participants were home people, who showed more than amateur talent. Practically ev--ery business firm was represent- ed, and so ably that it was in- deed difficu...

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