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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

S' a Beaumont JMJ&Wm on the (frióle afternoon at 2 cemetery. He Orange , having years here and had to War who Will regret K hmmLK fICt SUNDAY NIGHT. H i itfjjjljtl ■%,y ^ Methodist Church Muele. lethodlst church tomorow regular having request- ilr to take charge of the Her- at that hour, and a song service be rendered that should attract large congregation. Everybody in the city Is cordially Invited to attend this song service and the reputation of the choir, under the leadership of Mr. Van Aradel Is sueh that (he Tri- bune can safely guarantee a pleasant to all who enjoy good mu lc. The r. Mrs. It G. Davles. un, choir and congregation. Prayer by the pastor. i Anthem, by the ebofr. Flute solo, George orlnstead. Vocal solo, Mr . W". H. Malone.V y '\Anrt Mn,by the cbolr. • Cornnet solo, Wilbur Longfellow. M. Q. Da vies. •. by the cbolr. in solo, Mtas Bthlccn Barbee. >1 duet. Mrs. J. B. Channlng and Pord. | 1 Anthem, by tbs «holr. . Vocal solo, Mrs. J. T. Adams, i. Hymn. bytbe c...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

^. visits to'i * families. J of Work among that -flu ring the year have taken up the Bibles, testiments, books of pages of literature a ted, L. T. L. organised, tbe men secured and has been accomplished a ; be tabulated, and which ¡is tbe moral and civic bet- of these underground toilers. of Mercy—"No Chris > complete which does not in- the sphere of its justice the whole of God's sentient on." This department 1b repre- by a superintendent In thirty- tetes and In the District of Co a, 851 Bands of Mercy were or London. a *•'5 aent of School Saving I.—Tbe school savings banks 1,511 public schools of the States and acholar depositors * saved since the work was taken MSI. The system has been into fifty-two public in sixteen states during the ; year. School principals and i assert that where these banks In use the cigarette and cheap habits have decreased from 50 ' cent among the scholars, departments are: Organiza ,, Among Foreign Speaking Maple, Work Among Colored Peo tils, Work Am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

OM cover Hit the I* Influence, oocu- tine of books, vocation*. and «Hiten Invitingly I a learned friend might1 I Of far greater value lltlon to literature, work:, "The Young Ufe." whoae coin- It la: for glrla are al- 1n i creatine to both eases lx> lltly discussed Inevitable relation to man [B||ptto«lern Michnelel, should occupy the spot In the room of every ¡le or gttrrted. by the advice ¡>la: "Be not a but reconmxmd IB general to God " ! he aeenw to have dono In that every read- it he Is a friend, more than to herself of Aaron Burr. i apparently to he no end Carien Bateeon It. to weave one. He calla It With th« Camlet Cloak." Oen. Wilkin- characters Ita . The Story la of an old writ- fact by fact according ■■■ipof «ara settler and old Inhabit ~ Marietta Wilbur of the town n ob- thlck, as long as de- wlth embroidered handsome hit of the board at each of protrudlnfrWfc . manner of a miniature towel Supply the upper edge with rasa screw rings, by which It can toe lung against t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 12 December 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 December 1903

WKBmé03^4 be followed If possible bjr music either or Instrumental. , It. The secretary to be Instructed to at once notify each gentleman on the. program of his appointment and assignment. Respectfully submitted, B. O. MURRT, P. B. BALLLIO, W. B. 0-ILULAND, Committee. ORANGE, ational Bank W. Bamertft, W. D. Etlíi , PmMr m mmPmmmSi IfMfft, Cstbhr TH« KOITORS WILL DO. IK GO DOWN TO ™K*< MKMIBN OF THI AMOCIATID PRIM. = Y AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 14, 1*03 of Texas Pr i Association's Centennial In.tan Antonio Next May. > the Tribnae. Ta*.. Dec 14 —The special committer which was re appolated by Ik* regalar com- trepan a special program regular program at «lag of the Texas Association met la Dalias formulated the following Tantts. prealdent Texas gkf. ,r'M 1,1 appointed to for- for the exercises «I the iveMT-tfi of the Which are to la 1104. beg held on the convocation over by Col. Dallas News. Rev. Perry Hawkins al. Twenty-Plfth Anniversary." i of Antis. I Have Texas Farmer, and Developm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 December 1903

mm i Stall Matter *So , ^ Three Month SIM oo one Month to the Kate* on Application .. . —-- I Xvery Afternoon. Sunday Excepted. IANGE, TEXAS, DEC. 14, 1903. TOMORROW'S ELECTION. Afternoon Tribune takes tinto |lf some credit for its agitation of roads question and the stir- of public sentiment which led petition from the business asking that the Commissioner's order a bond election. that election—which takes tomorrow—was ordered the se has from time to time called ion of the people to the lm- of voting for thlB bond Issue l placed before them the opin- of men prominent In the City, and Union, all of whom are un- Etbly la favor of good county wgpt< i7 is nothing more which the fribttoe can say on this subject, ex- that It hopes and believes the libia, reasoning men of Orange eounty will go to the polls tomorrow and by their ballotB express in no uncertain terms their belief in good and the advantages, socially and Blally. which they are bound to on the county. ÉÜ ■■ ivm ■ aj _ THE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 December 1903

y ot lna- niorulng the Acker, Mer- wmm*^I iV^^Ki, v. i we twelve sr* Un lion occurred In Sunday. Ing erected by the Tabernacle contractors, recently employed membera of hew Hounesmith's Union, which organised In opposition to the of. which sain Parka waa the walking delegate. m U ■ ,§f ' ' xkp; infctyii" SENATE'S NKW CHAPLAIN. iv. Edward Everett Hal* Will Secure That Deal rabia Earth. By Associated Press. Washington, Dec. 14.—The republi- can Senators In caucus today decided upon Rev. Edward Everett Male for Chaplain of the Senate, beginning January let. He la a Congregational- 1st apd la «3 years old. Colon. Dec. 14.—A fines were landed her* from the ü. 8. ship Prairie. The marinea were under the mand of Capt. Butler and at «toc< a train ott the Panama railroad for the «UT if Ptnnma;::;|te^iiBi they will be sent to a point on the south coast of the Isthmus. This step w«s taken in consequence of the receipt of information that Co- lombian troops had been landed In that vicinity a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 December 1903

ÉÜ y-;'".•'■''.i'/'..jiífc •'- '' 1 i^'\ '. V „'•■* ,,ív , 1 "WÜ RiK^OTiiRPIVIi ' j|f. « * <rfr : v"7; ''iffflff ' $8$ ra ' , p\V-' - >¡ 'vW'i j' t.1 '.' ®$N | m ; Site üfyíz'\ IÍSh&W^& ii HP '• ata mam ¥ M U >':; H ¡E |ii|hi| i 1 m m Ww, f'^WV !'•;.,.«í'i4V;y • ■ '<*;•' Efátj ■•"■'I 1 fv • • 'í< 1 l^fpPM ;.: ;rV . \ -;Mv; V j '"" K,11 «í, ,. I ATCH for our big ad next week telling about rare bargains in I - 1&I — 1- Mi. - -M '* '«St -. Émák I ÍÜÉÍ « l'Sfllí' ■ .* v-'-.v:,.^' ■■■.'*- It % •:Ap; goods, etc. When in our city don't fail to call at the big Rouss Racket Store. You will be shown through our immense stock by experienced ■•■' vi'fy >; • ; '.' '■ *',*!, v,tv'*1';^ '•■• salesmen, who know hoW to meet the ever increasing demands of this broad and glorious land. '"-v: *••• ■ sKPf:m ■ IllKp mm ']/' '-'K ■S9 wftt I m ! HMB P-. C. B. ROUSS, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 1ÜMÍ HraHi, B '■ í ■ "7 > '■' 5®W*K i ' ';# mm & f ii/cpT If f • «/• WW Mm. & f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 December 1903

¡ *«fe i *§ ^ i! i i ■„ % ,!<^^^ÍÍÉHÉÍÜÍÉHHÉIÉÉHÉlÉrittÉÉBMíÍUta^MI ... j^Sipsp^®., y$í$K v-y'/!' ' ■ ' v . •-./: ¡'¿o- •■■■.■ ■■■•.■;..,.■ . ¿íi > :t, ,-■. m. «ai*? . Ilfc í#tei fi.« >VM I* Or TM* AMOOIATKO N M. I, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 15. 1903 aw# NUMBER 22¡ , a«ap Wiitt sam sHrnH WftHrs lease cali • ,V'^ KlSi ®i I as . 'Ém u our CHRISTMAS ATTRACTIONS here It the beet place to buy preeeuU. 11 Headquarters for Hardware. ¿aiiú,ii.. .jig _ ss Orange County Om Flaw. «trout low ol gas has been the Joikai Binad place. *w# went of Oraage, which la at- i ta list* are making Investigations and it la very likely that the field will he tested for commercial purpose*. _ Miss Kdna Poole came over from attention, Charlea (aat night to vlalt her the cm baraed for ais parent*. Judge, end Mr*. Geo. r. days. A number of local cap- poole, and returned thin morning. * mi * 9 *¿m 71 rf thing / 9 Banking nature €*> truated b Vm Tjtttivtt Our Beat At- tention. We Shall be 0lad U fiaoe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 December 1903

Rates ou Application. jí Alte moon. SundarsExcepted. ,, ".'"I "f ■ '..i E, TEXAS, DEC. 15, 1908. ELECTION BULLETINS. that progresBlveness which characterized the paper from i present time, the Tribune hae arranged to its readers, friends and enemies gpMflt of the election returns on bond election. * Instead of la- otras and charging for them, Tribune has contracted with Mr. :ln, who Ib running—moving exhibit at the corner of Front Fifth streets to throw the returns precincts on his big twenty-four screen as fast as they come in. people of Orange are too much ited in the result of this election wait until tomorrow to learn it. AH Interested are cordially In- to be at the corner of and Fifth street, opposite street side of Sabine building these returns flashed on the by the magic of the projecto- scope. Take a look on us. Mimf' PRINCESS MALEEN. Princess Maleen was to wed the son of a mighty king, but her father ob- jected and con lined the prlncess ln^a tower without any windows or do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 December 1903

$>i£!tijima^ / y of tho •' ■' ■' 'Jwm tm, i®.- ispector *M< completely of the of the Kiowa. Agent He {1m I' ÉfiÉjiJ#; with the aaw ra- by 11m fketi. ■aid tint white there ra on the put of iadlriddal of ites jstsartty to foment the attitude of the party a# to gire encouragement to ,*et«na (Calif.) «poke Mil. > tor the poor ' ti ' i ' and should of meaga, in the of the Balratlon- nany well filled as there are city end send a y, This sent eg a It prevents the greedy poor from fitting up spread table and «aven the humiliation of y dinner before the gate ra and none too manner- true. the dinner they wilt be furnished by charity, wilt have it seaeoned and by the knowledge that but themselves end the donors of th*tr sad straits and can eat to the privacy of their homes, nó matter how humble they may be. The Christmas tree will be In the army Hall op Christmas day and the presenta thereon will go to the chil- dren of the poor. . It is the duty and should be the pleasure of evdfy ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 15 December 1903

-v 'v-i ' Ü ffil ' _ ms k8 ,VÍ-. <• • BSfP'- • • - iOt.-í'--.-' *. ."S. I «I líi'. f,i®í tr%: wmm ttm- ü%i¡ llJffiggi üíí mmubkm , r#B I'- '*1 >7 .VaV^ 1 i^tyymV'vVv' •'' ImUi:. • >* <"/ 'l •••• K^jtaí BBM 1 ' yf.v ,;P i vi í«f®8 xv« mu wmm f;:|feilííü r$"H H ÉIÉilfii i m 9.;'í ....■; 111 - M&fi -' i 1 ' Ifem , w I p*« I UT there are very few people who can buy them became it «squires or the government keeps the bonds. mm C^nLo p$$$f i¡§ií ♦because 1 will sell you choice residence lots with a balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it your money in something just as sale as government' you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds have only MliSlI QOWsiy ene I varied a lew cents on the dollar jn ten years. City lots have doubled in value I8in the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy Property on the terms I offer ? Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 December 1903

P'?P; \W • i v ■%W'M É i CT,.'@SV' sSPPPifií/# *'1 '. ■ £;;■:■/2 ■■ ■•'■ 'J1 : JBMgg •' Wm TWW;- CAI '■■ 'W MWM0 m Síü Plglillll B MB M* =55 by «*• The traiiMcontlnental Kfforta have been nude to ge* «qalpment tor this ervlce with- avail. to it hna been decided that t equipment already In ner- val be .thoroughly overhauled and traaecqptlotntsl service will of anally train between New jlftánelsco and' ltd The equipment of thla trala I be M tollo we: one Pullman ol ear with library arid writing ctlon double bufet «leaping ear, one wb>te free reclining and one car tor colored per IANGE COUNTY DECIDES TO HAVE BETTER ROADS AND BRIDGES * ii noon Tribine For i Better Oraoie-Tlie Qnestfoo of Good Roads and the Tribune's Stand Thereon Has Been Endorsed By the People. * About one and a half mrs n#o the Tribune began bring, n? before he Kople of Oraugo the growing need Hud *lmoat abaotJtc necessity <>t hav- ing the conn t y roada and bridge* Im- proved. At ft rat there were tow com me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 December 1903

BflPWMiiBPiW •ss Kr wss ion Application. r Afternoon, sondar Excepted == I, TEZA8, D1C. tS, 1903. THE AWAKENING. Í never made a fairer town than nor «et It down amid fairer "With every natural ad- conceivable In the mind of Ills much-favored town haB re- I but a village in population and surrounding It, rich in soli, well drained and píente watered by nature's own irrl- system, has remained practf- vlrgin prairie, except where a ' Sturdy pioneers have come In, and the expenditure of huge sums of took up a section here and for rice culture. These men been phenomenally successful liare today preparing to extend their kl systems to take lú the remain- natural rice lando of the country bring settlers here to culti- !t ■bwI ¿¿si/i the above la heartily mtm mmmmm V -wmX JSwíb' ¡rmttiá •The wild-eyed warbler of the Kinney Gazette unburdens his soul In this tuneful ~ e leapgS|H| fall. Hie calves are bawl! them bawl. The kids are squalling— let them squal Coal and wood deal- ers are haudug—l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 December 1903

cm -¿í"#* I SSK388B é ■■■. s£ i!„V ¿ r^H £*,. .'.'.. VjÜ .1 . , About WW ■■■ to the pioneer which m*K«« paper out that city contained to the Action of the to finance the in- rejoiced with them, see proitr^s every- Lake Ch«r> « « progressive ,ye been. well known In Or of the new en Charle and It seem* *r magician when H t*hin« thin* —to Ire's <*own in New iwmí to have gotten the Tlm«*Dero<x rat shape. 4 The follow In* wh h appeared in yesier- noerai. Show that ste within n mile* of take realise what la dor hnt Times-Democrat to print- ■H mmm iléíANA* searching diligently everywhere In the mutable material- - iflscovered, pro- material , rice from which the can he nmnutocturSd* but It utilised this opportunity and i away the bagaase and rice a waate product . We have mill In the state converting, the i from gar cane into paper, but Indtintry ban been very little pushed, It It wero extended It would assure an important financial addition to the «ugar crop, just ae the manu- fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 December 1903

iiiíl lit ii3H| ü |?4& SiKí wPPi ¿ í'& 1 i® :• 1 .,'■ ;>' BBH mi" '" tcilSW "iSS WPHff'PTOr fg *2ííi^"' ■'"> :■■',•"■ suas i ÍV."«. '#ám f§ ¡® g& : ' ■ v , . mam pm ■NhbS ¡rlWlfe '"ÍÍ+* .«?. 3 Jf'Í$®" t ffiSsífe. .— TWSNvy:.*-# Liis*i .sfe( ÍS s 8g;> "" It Now up. In a few nave Deen paying cabbage, beets the rose" horses, more Brazing. fil To the north£NT J3EL four miles in a __ . una the new termh^ ern Pacific's Te. Une. Of the hurUewsi by lbs other employes > etrawberri " grown In other less favored sec- tions of Texas There have always been two con- tributary causes fdt this condition of a division and V#i cessltle schor C v-fv^r ' $&?FP ÜMi- fe&.SaSS . y« CS1 í"::1 'W ' a> .J, :■■ - ' fSfflSsP? '' «:'■(. ' ■■■wr UT there are very few people who can or the government keeps the bond*. it requires cash Lots are Better ilMy ill sell you choice residence lots with a small payment down, the balance on easy monthly payments. This makcB it possible for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 December 1903

W! Us . ¡mm* fm .. ^.p,. • «''iraMBRii; - •-• • MkMMM OF THE AMOOtVrtft MIM. ' mfii TEXAS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 17. 1W3 F'-mi? 1 SIS W. A. BHH t ÜU*>Pr* tát*t f*r m^'2. :W&-< •CANOAU , TJ ; «f California OolllMk^ I Ort. D« li -AI • mm ' M COUttlWM of ths of thv University of II derate**! (tot termer PÜ ^ Tj^üHhNI i •TNtNOTHKNINO OKFCNtE . U. I. Crui «r Atlanta Reporta a Larga fores on Waat Coaat Darían Gulf. By Associated fres*. „ „ ^ . Colon, DM. 17 —The United fltatea Cruiser Atlanta. Commander Willlsia Turner, returned here last ulght from the Qulf of Onrlan. " On Oecamber 1# she (Uncovered a large force of Colombian troop* appar- ently numbering 500, tot according to their «tatement. numbering from 1W0 3000 Tutamatlor on the waatara or tha Oulf of Darlen, Juat north th« month of tha Atrato river. The oommander of tha Atlanta «atora one of his officers. who with the Colombian com- íAftiRa;;;:: WATCH ¡CHAINS aro worn bytha great ma- jority—over throe millions 1 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 December 1903

J. ^.vrtÍHtliU 1 SE, TEXAS, DEC. 17, 1S BRING THEM TO ORANGE. Bast Texas Proas Association Athens on the 28th Inst, members of the association iitte, Individually and collect- the representative body of the section of the Lone Star state, could have no visitors who do her as much good and as sue- and widely advertise her lty and marvelouB resources same Press Association and i papers its members control. i members of the association are for a trip to New Orleans with a stop over at Beaumont. It will be a nice trip. The members and their ladies will enjoy It immensely. But ^tblnk of what they will miss If they ■- Ifffei r IE9 B&L BwliH id do not stop at Orange. , These newspaper people are a ttlngu ly modest and retiring sort of folks. iy do not thrust themselves upon a unity, They have to be Invited, ise they won't come. are you going to do about it? The executive committee of the Progressive League should see to it that a properly worded and suffici- ently urgent invitation is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 December 1903

s S%eGlobe Garla i d jr thing you wlll buy ./orId's Best. yj& l rof Buggies and Harness. §!«$$% SET. «««i ■ ■ wvw«' i-LL-L.-. I or thk viouifi.; i the Hands tf de crlbes the U he appeared "Then IP %* tad le put Tbe the* " wslit— It In nil <11 Program. Monday night. December 21st the following program will be given at the Baptist Church. The extraordinary brilliancy of thin program Insures • large attendance: f 1. Tsnnhau «r, Fantasle. Paul lean Wagner—Mr . R. M. Madison. 2. Love the Pedlar, Bdw*rd German ---Ml Mary Allan. а. (a) The Cbase. Rheinberger. (b) Csfllrboe, Cbammade — Miss Btbel Bettli. . 4. Violin SoU>. selected—Anton Na- vrtli.' ft Prelude (Cathedral Bells) Kacb- mlnoff-~Mr . D O. Lively. б. (a( ttong of Dawn, Francis AI- lttaon. (b) In Summer Time, Edward German—Miss Mary Allen. 7 (a) Splnnlled op. SI. LiUoff. (b) Rondo Capricloaso, Mendlesotm—Mrs. H. M. Madison. 8 Who Is Sylvia, FY. Schubert—Miss Mary Allen. 9. Garotte L' Antique. Pierre Donil- let—Miss Edna ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 December 1903

¡MMk® W88Í raWX:M¿ fc fin ■i líW "■' 1' ;■' !i sMmsr mm. IplgillfeP" $ UT there are OHi r ' "mmimí ■«,. or the government keeps the ■ *MwSm§^ N^íKhuBÍ ?km ¡tal balance on easy monthly payments. Thi« makes it ,< <■ _, you will get the benefit ofincrease in values, varied a few cents on the dollar in ten in f íiikii n bonds llave on! doubled in value Isin the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of value* —1— — - Property on the terms I offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter ¡É|ag¡¡¡|jgMí^^ rosa^ * - V *$f'r fSP w^mm WSM Ü wzmmm , ■ > -\> mmmmi ¿P iwj mmm : i- - ■ ■ famtm&mmSii f' * ■ 1 • ■ v, ■. ■' ■íSlMEp ■ B—I Wfo*: ■■ l-<, rtttS mmm BH^wra M 1-0® mEmm W m %r É Klwa ^^Sbí'1 2=¡r These Points - —r- *af* i ^ )F FUNDS „JEJ OF TREATMENT „JgS CONSERVATISM OF MANAGEMENT ,«2 Are 1.': . Worthy .. „ IB •1 your cardial consideration. They have been closely followed by the Fi...

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