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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

~ *^mwelvej>aói¡s. • >1 « /' Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE rARMEKB AMD WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. NO. 46. 1-l'i :Siik^aaa!«te! Fagan's Cash Prices. Arlington Cotton Plaids, 22 in wide.. .2xAc Edinburgh Cheviots 7Vjc Fairlield Mattress Tick Sc Alberton ACA Feather Tick 8'.ú* Atnoskeag A C A Feather Tick lie May fair Brown Drilling Re Nashville Heavy Drill 7c Hope 36-inch Bleached Domestic 6c Fruit of the Loom 6'jC Pepperrell 10-4 Bleached Sheeting 18c Pepperrell '>-4 Brown Sheeting IRc Lodi Shirting Prints 2'jc Atnoskeag and Lancaster Small Check (iinghams 5c A A H Best Table Oil Cloth 121Ac Overalls. s¡>e ial good value SOc Men's Bleached Drill Drawers 25c Ladies' l'rettv Percale Waists Mc Ladies 'India Kid Lace or Button Shoes. .y&c Balance of last season s stock of pure linen cuffs |©>and pure linen col- lars, sizes 13 to 15 flk ifi I|I |i I|I <$< I...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

IK Ü': CALOME LI NWS-CHWWCLt amr 4 joint*. iditort and PrtpritHrt. ■•«•red In the Caldwell po to«ce u c- «•d-clit matter. Subscription Rate . Oh Year ... ?ls Month ... our Monto Wo Month* . II BO 7.\ SO Advertising Rate*. All id vert lain* on dm puire will be churns! «Irent* i«r Inch atrulitht, with no rudnctlon for Turn1 «di . DUdUv <! one Inwrtlon twenty eenta u«r Inch; two insertion thirty-Ave cent iter Inch: one •nontli l*ty cerU per Inch. Local raw* «even nnd one-hhlf cent* per t(i<* flrht Insertion mid flvi? cent* per line Micb aulwequent Insertion. Ohltuitrlo. card* of thank* nn<1 notice* of «ntertuluiiH-iit irlven for relíelo *, educa- tional or churltuble purpo e* at half regu- lar rate*. Luc a I notices of all kind* fl 00 per hundred word* 0r*t Insertion and SO cent* per huu* ilrwd word* each subsequent Insertion. The Nkws-Chiwikici.e desire* a corres- pondent at every nostoBce In the county, and In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionary and poHtttfre free....

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

L xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. nr c ..—~—i mmmmumammmmm 1 Mlstrot Bros. & Co.. Brenham, Texas. The unprofitable discussion in( the Religious Herald, Western j Recorder and Baptist Standard as to whether the wine Jesus ma.lt at the marriage feast was fermented or unfermented is on a par with the discussion of the ancient Jewish priests as to how ¡ many angels could stand on the| point of a needle. A great waste, brethren, of l>oth time and space. «««« llro. T. T. Martin is engaged now in a meeting with the Wal- nut street church, Louisville the largest Baptist church in the South. I take the follow ing from Pastor baton's report of the meeting to the Louisville pastor's conference, as published in the Western Recorder: «Brother T. T. Martin preach- ed three times Sunday. Very lar^e congregations. Meeting j taking giK l hold. !**« ur received for baptism, four by letter and j three baptized. Bro. Martin preai bes daily at Jt and 7 top. m. * «««« Some small-souled people find an o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

is For Spring .Driving there in nothing like one of our open, canopy top surreys for family use. They are matchless for con- venience and general utility, and are the best all around carriage on the market. When you buy one of o tr well-built, stylish and handsonn carriages you get splendid value for your money, and genuine satisfac- tion. Take a look at our superb stock, consisting of new Stoughton Wacon t Adriance Buckeye Mow* era, Thomas Hay Rake . Empress Cultivators. We al*o handle everything in the building line, especially Screen Doors and Windows. * . * . When in town call and see us. IP T. A. LOW & SONS. Brenham, Texas. TNI ROUND BALE GIN. Thaw People Are Investing Between $10.* MO má «12,000 Here-WIN be * I. James Hull, of Victoria, repre- senting (ieo. Neville, of Houston, let the contract yesterday morn- ing for the erection within sixty days of gin houses, platforms, etc., for the accommodation of one of their new process round líale gins. Messrs. A. P. Wallin, R. (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

-P"' *' ,y '~W ■ ÍS > 5 ■" - V . •■ . >fj ¿¡r ■" ■ „y.. • ... .'f*aA>y |y 6ml MacArtlMr «i Ib M* Im )■ Use, MfNO WrK SIliHORNiY WET. rami M ti Ifceí CHy art flsi OftTwdv Iba govornar seat to th« MM|0 tk« íollowiag nations: Commissioners of pilots for Rraxoe Santiago, Themas.Catson, John J. Engnn. M, B. Kings- bury. Jobo Champion, Charlea Champion of Webb county. Kiah and oyater commissioner, I. P. Kibbe of Calhoun county. The governor also nominated notaries public ai recommended by senatora and repreaentativea. Patterson's bill to compel hold- ers of notea and liana on real ca- tate to pay pro rata part of taxes due state and county was recon- sidered and killed. (¿reel's bill relating to aale of timber lands so as to give same privilege* to Uiohb who purchased MUt'h lands prior to art of 1495 as ■aleles rails. tien. .MacArthur and his men advanced to attack Malulos, the «.eat of the insurgent government, st 7 o'clock on the morning of the ¿list ull. They met with con- sid...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

. .'ft: ^ News-Chronicle. , Rditora and Proprietor . !• the Caldwell, Tex* , poat- IV VR1DAT MOENINU. ct .«Wilis i* peneviog.tae wiae-awoao ought to be mort> credulous. _nly way to convince a girl that are not angels In to let her marry A competent Judge of music «ay vocalists ought to get life seo The poet who writes poor versea la to accuse the editor of having poor nt. . 1 dome men are silent because of their Wisdom and some because of their Ignorance. Lots of men who never think of Waking wives of their cooks make cooks o' their wives. John Kemlrlck Bangs says women have no sense of humor. Did one of them say Bangs is funny? The Filipinos seem to understand thoroughly that he who does not fight hat runs away may live to fight an- other day. An Ohio girl recently took the gold cure for love. She broke her engage- Mont with a poor young man and mar- ried a wealthy old one. It la said that Gorman is already a candidate for the senatorship which Maryland will be called up to fill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

TBKAMC1 flíl . Mr*. I* Wllkejr aufctded at Auntla. a mad dog win killed at Waxahachie 0 te w days ago. Wuxahachle la to have a steel car- rmge and atreet aprlukier. A portion of th« Jaw of a mastodou muh dug up at fort Worih. Mr . H. U. Canfl«ld, g well known tcmperaaoe worker, died al Dalla . The Brown gta and contante al i.rownwood ware destroyed by Are. The 9900 resident* of Win. Vaughnn hi Oatneavllle waa deatroyed by Are. Henry llaynaa had his left font 1 tdly crushed by a train at Clarks- vllle. A number of railroad man at Ktinls hre endeavoring to organise a taII- ro.id library. flood Friday waa solemnly observed by the Roman Cat hoi U* and ripisi-opa- llann of Ike state. A. A. Hpangler haa been Indicted at Henrietta charged with the killing of Mr . 8. R. WhlteHldea. Fort Worth haa been «prlnkllng twime streets with petroleum .tndlt la pronounced a nueces . The atora of Kinsella ft Wilson at Forney waa burglarised and thirty pairs of shoe* taken. Temple la to have a mill with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

PI ák f I# ' S : " jS. I. ■, awHB* J«21 ■ ifosliPL IANO LADY Of ILLINOIt. . Ludada B. Chandler. of Chi- „ Is lb* Honorable Preeldeat ol Illinois Woman'* Press Aseoele- Honorable Preeldeat of U a 80- lor lb* Promotion of Health; LCriVT>A R f*HA VT>!/ER, Of CblCMgO III founder of the Margareth Fuller So- ciety for the atudy of Economice end Govern men ta, and alto President of tho Chicago Moral Educational So- ciety. Mrs. Chandler la an ardent friend of Pe-ru-na. and in writing to Dr. Harttnan on the subject she stat- ed as follow : Chicago. Jan. 6. 1899. Dear Doctor—I suppoae «very one that la confined to their desk and not getting the required amount of excr- etas. will eooner or later, aufler with catarrh of the stomach and indiges- tion. I know by experience that Pe- ru-na la a moat excellent remedy for these complaints. It baa relieved me. and several of my frlenda have used It with the name satisfactory results Tours very respectfully. LUCINDA B. CHANDLER. Uhmw of '99 Can ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

=========== RRfflBRlQ99RPRnn :*mm. t ' x ••:! 999 ooo HERALDS OF SPRING for the poet may be the lilies, but for'the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in Organdies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and good quality they cost little. All our other depart- ments have complete new stocks. •••••V • lb * " v 171 x IIV 1 producing exquisite LEVI 1 I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. ' lfítHáníny&li low. | Albert Murray went to Milano j T tu-sdav. Win. Blocker, of Lyon*, was on our street Monday. Miss Laura Broaddun is cn- jovins a severe ca* e of the (frip. V. E. Ilerbst and Chan. Wind* hau*en went to Brenham Tues- day. Miss Annie Nelson returned Tuesday from a short visit to Helton. Mrn. Armstrong, of Lyons, in vi*itinK friends in the city this week. I BokS*: To Mr. and Mrs. Ch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

Hi v'"1 ' : ™ ?«•' ■: ' ' "*'?w Jesse W. JenkiQS, The Jeweler, Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anythitiK in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store. It is lacking in nothing. The Georgia Way. Mctnphi* Scimitar. Down in the pood state of líeor- pia they have a way very origin- al, safe and certain of determin- ing the question of sanity in mur- der cases. A few days ago a Georgia physician made examin- ation of the brain of a Georgia murderer after the latter had been executed, and declared that he was insane. There is something at once eminently refreshing and satis- factory about this mode of pro- cedure which commends itself to the kindly consideration of other states. It is so often the case that after a brute has committed foul and revolting murder the legal heavy-weight whom be em- ploys to save bis neck ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

''VfV ■ .... llariwr' * '• II wv «iiiufi* propiUoti* I'm Koiujfto lit),' <)fa vt'.v remarkable w rt of a thim;: •fi„ Uw «.tructiire the women this year call a «hat; jtnii^htbe 'tmmt anything, «... why not that And if anv woman who'* *ot half a will in her Would likt* t" know how ahc can be her own milliner, Ami tliui |M>a*eitH one of tho e won- drous confection , She hu« ''lit to toltow the*e «implo di- rection*: , jr t. tak> f >r the «round wt.rk wltat'n Idiiiwii a * a fíame (Tli<* ihapt* doewn't matter; ii<> two art* the -.ame). Th«'M taki lots of ribbon, and make into bow . Wide, narrow, red, yellow, inanve everything tfoe*. them- red ribbon law, my wife ¡6 her own child's aunt, riiy son i my father's nephew, and 1 am mv own grand- father- and I can't stand it. Tputh. A Narrow Escaii. Thankful words written by Mr*. A<la K. Hart, of Urotoii, S. 1). «Wa taken with a bad cold which settled on my lung ; cough act in and finally ter- minated in coiiMumptioit. F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 April 1899

ñMMMMMAAAW It pays to trade at COBB'S. CASH TELLS AT COBB'S STORE. People are fast finding out that it pays to buy for cash, and that it pass to trade here. They have beeome disgusted at the trashy. "Cheap John" stuffs that they have been getting in other towns, and to got good, honest goods, they cannot do bet- ter, if as well, as they can at our store. They know that our goods are dependable. They know that our methods are honest, and they know that when they see it in our ad, it is a dved-in-the-wool-doubled-and-twisted truth. To those who have not fallen inline with our army of volunteers, wo wish to quote you a few prices below, which you will please compare with those you sec from Rockdale, Jiryan or Brenham and see whose are the lowest. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." W e wish also to say that we have one of the largest and best equipped stores and one of the largest stocks of Dm Goods, Dress Goods.Shoes. Clothing.flats and Millinery [ In Central Texas. CT Al\l C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GKBATRST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDVV1CLL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APKIL U. 1899. NO. 47. Fagan's Cash Prices. Arlington Cotton Plaids, 22 in wide...2'jC Kdinburgh Cheviots 7lie Fairfield Mattress Tick • 5c Alberton A C A Keather Tick Amoskeajf A C A Feather 'Pick .... Maytair Brown Drilling Nashville Heavy Drill Hope ¿f>-inch Hlcached Dome. tic.. Fruit of the Loom Pepperrell 10-4 Bleached Sheeting Pepperrell 'M Brown Sheeting . . Lodi Shirting Print Amoskeatf and Lancaster Small Ginghams A <& H Best Table (>il Cloth .. . ()v«*ralls. sjiecial go<nl value... Men's Bleached Drill Drawers. Ladies' Pretty Percale Ladies' India Kid Laceor Button Shoes. Balance of last season r linen culTs l(K and lar , sizes H t > 1 day for a few day ' sojourn in Robertson county. James Little «pent last Satur- day night and Sunday in the (lause neighborhood visiting his daug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

CALDWELL KEWS-CHROfllCLC.. atvr t Mata. ut*n m p*¡tnt-n. Enu-rcit to the caldwell po to«ce as mc- oal>eliu> matter. Subncriptloa Rato . Oil Year ... SU Muntlik Four Montn* Two Month «1 AO TR M Advertising Rate . AHadvertUlngonflrst wage will be e li a reed «•rent* i>< r Inch «trutght. wllh no rwluctlon for tar .''1 u<U- DUpUy nd one Innertlon twenty cenU uer Inch; two limertlon* thirty-five rent* < «r Inch; one month «lity cento per loch. one man to let another -man's office alone. The name argu- ment would apply every two year to the gubernatorial situa- tion. There are always two or more heavy-weight democrats who are candidates for that office. Look at the campaign last year. Is Texas or democracy any worse off today for the vigorous right made by Sayers. Crane, Wynne and Jester for the office of gov- ernor? The man who is afraid Mr. Chilton will lose his seat in congress will say this tight will be a great deal harder and will engender more ill feeling. Didn't ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

" 7 ¿•C." ' £§* / r^lNHNMN in The Spiritual Man. ■> i * xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. M66M6666ftft666M6( i Mlstrot Bros. A Plsc* lor the Bible. Kvery christian who went on that When Jesus wan on earth he excursion either did or saidsome- ..¡,j t„ an unbelieving crowd, thing wrong on the trip, which " \l y word has no place- in you. would not have been done or said i i sad dav for an individual had he staid at home. It is a tru- ' r a people when Cod's word has ■*> that one wrong deed prepares 10 place in the heart. The Jews the way for another. Kvery >und n« place for the word* of young professor of religion who <iod having filled their hearts! fe '"to Satan's excursion-trap with thi traditions of men. The li,s* Sunday will find that he has result has been that from being the noblest people of the earth the Jew has become a by-word and a laughing stock. The same 'fate awaits the American people if the word of God is supplanted bv tradition or taste or fashion. IV w prepared...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

For Spring Driving 1 there is nothing like one of our i p. n, canopy top surreys for family use. They are matchless for con- venience and general utility, and aro the best all around carriage on the market. When you buy one of our well-built, stylish and handsome carriages you get splendid value for your money, and genuine satisfac- tion. Take a look at our superb stock, consisting of new Stouffhton Wagons, Adrlance Buckeye Mow era, Thoraaa Hay Rakes, Empreña Cultivators. We also handle everything in the building line, especially «Screen Poor* and Windows. * . * . When in town call and see us. T. A. LOW & SONS. Brsnham, Texas. Millinery, Lawks, we beg of you to walk no-stairs and look at our pretty Millinery See the smart hats for ladies, the chic hats for children, the fussy - Work is progressing nicely on the Stone & Hitchcock build- ing and the building will prove an ornament to our city finished. when — Over one hundred persons visited Galveston Sunday to sec the First T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

Raise a lively DiiUrfeaace m ike IsM if Nrn, Kill AND CAPTIW OfflCIALS. A Mm) Mi • hrw *f (MM Si Sutton 6* t* tb* Sum mí Nt a Q*tst*i m IrsaMs. Drunk With «audit*. Co). Smith, governor of N'egto* island, report thut u number of bandit* headed by ii man named Papal* i" attempted a rebellion on March -7 and k i I ic*< 1 several oil), i.ils at .lumamaylan. 1 In also captured « th«-r olliciuls and is- Hii'-ii a proclamation calling upon the native* to rise and extermiu- ate the American* and Spaniards. Maj. Sime and two companies of the California regiment wore dispatched by water to the scene of the diuturbancw and Col. i>u- boce and two other companies of troop* were sent overland. (>a April L' this fore« marched twelve ñute «ml capture ! Lap/id, tho besdipiarcr* of the ban'lit*, and de-ti«ijed tile town. Tile troops abo raptured thirty-live prison- er and scattered Papaesio'* meu, thus effectually «pieilmg the re- bullion at the outset. - • • — Hantlagtoa Bill At the opening...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle. JOIN BU. Editora and proprietors, la the Caldwell, Tuu, pool* BD BVVBT rilMT MOHNI NU a flood of tears indicate* iroub. J BSS He that runs may read—bis oypon* •tnt's inaugural address. It keeps the tramps busy furnishing material for comic-pap* r Jokes. If a man ever feels religious It's irhen he finds himself in a tight place. The man who makes a donkey r-t (jimtelf seldom boasts of being self- made. Ajax may have defied the lightning, but he never ¡-et bis hand against a live wire. A few congregations are willing to pay a pastor for telling them the truth about themselves. An Irish philosopher cays the onl> way to prevent wha**s past is to put a stop to it befire It happens. Concentration is the secret ol strength in politics, in war. in trade: ii short, in all management of human a?• fairs. Of two evils the less is always to be chosen. That thou mayst therefore •void the future everlasting punish- ment. endeavor to endure present evils patiently. SSflt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

ÜT ti „ \ ■ f ■ 7 TIXANITI'fek. PABTUR* ANO fARM. Jewish rltlMM of drecnvUI arc to Uve ft cemetery. The contract hu been let for repair- Jr.* the jail ftt Groeabeek. John Cllbbon*. independent, was elected mayor of Paria. |<one Star Masonic lodge of Denlson ]■ to put up a building of Its own. The body of an unknown man wua found floating in the bay at Qalvtat in. The city corporation of Wichita KmII* waa voted out by a mujor.ly of «•ight. Henry Vought wan «hot and seriously wounded at Village Milla. Hurdln connty. Dr. J. W. Prince, n promlneut phyoi* t n. Manon and KnlKhti* of Honor of {¡ell county, died at Rogers. A Are troke out in «he waretu.u o o: ("often fk Murrlei at Kretifrik-li i k and destroyed about f'.oo worth of go 3d a. Th" dry goods merchant* of W.ixv |,«. hie have signed a petition to clcat i.' every night at 7 o'clock. epi on Saturday and flisi Monday niitht . Capt. Carpenter Reed, who fifty nine year* ago built th<- ftmt hou.ee In hi:! lo-.inty, died lit that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

WkWwmmé PBKBmmPHHifll "'TV*''.! - «¿c ..' ' :■■' ■ } i '■ / "■*« P W |Hp Rkaferi Sil • * ¡ 'á m líí 5 No old-time doctor discards tke medicine whick cu slow ib uabrokca record oí Fifty Years of Cures. To those doctors, who weat up tad dova the country ia every kiad of wind ind weather, fatthfvl. patieat. tad true. Ayer Sana- perilla owes its irst success. Today aay doctor of repute who prescribes aay Sarsaparilla prescribes Ayer s. We have thousands oI testimonials from doctors all over this land that it is the oae safe Sarsaparilla. aad the doctors kaow what it is. because we have heea giviag the iormola of it to them for over half a century. This is is why Ayers is "the leader of them ell," aot because of moch advertising aor because of what we pat around the bottle, bat IjaBausr of what it is the bottle. It fa the one m/< spring medicine for you. IN MILEAGE. TICKETS ISSUBD av 1: I Route. KV TIAVU.BR SHOULD KNOW JUST WHAT THIS MEANS. AND ANY ■ANTA FK TICKET AGENT WILL TELL THE ...

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