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tie; Witnesses by Thous
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T?F W TQKK. Not, 1?. (AP)
The conflict- ajong the eastprn
football-front reaches its grand
climax tomorrow. ' Nine outstand
ing -games' will be' witnessed by
it-lose to 4&bJ)0,Q spectators. ;
No" gfoup7or gridirons in any
flection has held forth prospects
- of tnora stirring or coloff ai strife
than that which finds Princeton
fighting against Yakr for tha Jast
vliam plo feip f the 'big three;'
Array's stalwarts Lxaeeting 'the
fiasby.-ro. Dame, eleven fn a
battle of unbeaten teamj,ta;c$lj
ing national honors" navjr i(and
brown fighting to keennflejfoafe
ed,YfecOrda intact against George
town and Harvard, .and such tra
ditional rivals battling as Cornell
and Dartmouth. Colgate and Syr
a ejuie, PlUsbhtgh and Waahing:
ton and Jefferson, Columbia and
Pennsylvania, Williams and Am
. VbrVt taiO are "expected"
to "pack tBe' YajSlcea stadium for
i Ua. Anay-&otre ' Dame battle, in
texaeetional classic of . the year,
while, crowds of from 50,000 to
eo.-OOO each likely will witness
the " Harvard-Brown, 'Prlnceton
YaJe, PejinayWania.-C6lumbin, and
Pitt-Washington - ' and - : Jefferson
r-ontests in widely seated stadi
ums. 'These cbmbals hold the major
share of interest, irtrt there will
be no lack of enthusiasm over a
,hot of other games, fjve of which
will aee. unbeaten teams in action.
Of (hese, Boston rojlege, facing
the invasion of ithe Haskell Indi
ans, figures to encounter the
strongest opposition. The others
find Maine favored to whip New-
Hampshire. La Fayette facing sec-
' Kj;M! X nf 5 l- -V i -yJ K&X-
i srtx Jte4 d-Svr: -rf? ,4 v. . -rfl'SZm
major uoueges 01 rabi jyiay
Lead to Formation of -New !
tion wlth the Tiger 12-0 .TJotory
avtrJlAnrard and the Jibes of tha
Lampoon, r Harvard - undergradu
ate publication, actrially was the
result of long seriea events,
it wa made cleat tod4y. , One o
the most important -factors, from
the Tiger rlewpoint, was the at
tempt of Harvard hot long ago to
substitute Michigan on' !U 1927
schefu1e for PTfPton. - '
Tl.lhr3piry"bn11og:!ii:bre. are any of three of Yale's gridifon stars that yon might select. .The.
photographer, as usual, asked them to loolr pleasant ana tJiey oki. visuaiize ineir roumpnaw in
th mood in' which they'll face Priacetou iSTov. 13 at Princeton, N. J. Lower photo shows Jak Slagle
Priheeton star, at the finisli of a 70-yard rpxup for one of the touchdowns in last years game, won
by, the Tigers 25 to 12: Inset' of Captain Davis of Princeton ana uunneu oi iaie.
NOT YORK, Nov. 11 AP)
The brjeakp at lhe historle
"big three." brought about by
Princeton's decision to snap all
athletic ties with Harvard because
of ill-feeling surrounding their
gridiron, relations, may lead to a
shafceup ail aioag tne eastern
football front and the formation
of an eastern conference of . ma
T,Ue groundwork for such re
alignment of college athletic inter
ests already has been laid to audi
an extent that many close observ
ers expect Princeton to be invited
witpout delay to join a group
that would embrace Columbia
Cornell, Dartmouth apd Pennsyl
vania, with Brown. Armv. Navv
and possibly Yale also sought aW
members. The possibility of such
an association, -already known to
he under discussiop was out-
standing developments today ' ,a
eastern eyes focused on the re-i
suits of the swift Tiger stroke;
that put an end overnight to thei
oldest of all football rivalries.
; Any prospect that the sudden
breach between Princeton. ant will be assumed by the City of Sa
Harvard might be closed, as ug- ' Jem, Oregop,' by hringing said por-
ondary opposition in Susquehan- J MegOtiation& Uflder Way for
Contest With OJympia
na,'Nejr York .university expected
to trim Davls-Elklns and Holy
Cross rated superior to Catholic
Armjf .. , has . the same veterans
who overwhelmed the Hoosiers
last year, 27 to 0, reinforced by
two pew backJeld "stars, Cagle
and , .RfurreJI, but Rockne has
brought east a much more exper
ienced and- resourceful outfit
than hvdlreeted In 1925. Army's
seasoned' brawn, well handled and
versitile, is conceded the edge,
but Notre- Dame's speed and pass
ing attack raay pffset the driving
power in the cadet machine.
The weitnkalt ;Prlnoeton for
waritvall, ,ppoi'ted-Uy -the" all
around work jof Jack Slagle, ap
pears too Strong-a., combination
for tbalis, who have been handi
capped jy injuries from the start I Same
of the .season, and lnt their lat I 'P1'
three games without scoring a
point." " ' - '
Navy, like, the Army, is
anxtous to keep its slate clean, pre
paratory t o tho annual - service
battle at Chicago, but it will prob
ably take the Tun .strength of the
midshipmen to 'overcome George
Stanford Paints for Supreme
Struggle Against Wash- .
Salem high is trying to schedule
a football game with Olympia for
Thanksgiving Day at Salem. In
case arrangements to play Olympia
cannot ; be rompleted, - Manager
Dwight Adams hopes to play a
The first rumor of a possibility
of a game "between the two capital
high teams Thanksgiving Day was
heard. when Supt, George Hug re
turned from a visit to Olympia
and announced that Olympia
would like" to arrange "such a
game. To dateT ""however, - the
Washington manager has- had dif
ficulties with his schedule to iron
out, and requests by Salem for a
have not . yet met with a
CHICAGO,. Noir. 12. (APW
A crowd, which may turn out to
, be the largest in American foot
bait history will watch Ohio jState
battle Michigan tomorrow in the
most important game of the west
ern conference season, and North
wtjgU'ru' biggestFowd will watch
the Wildcat Chicago tik which is
VFlptffavn. 'ffhpneand persons
will" crowd into North western's
unfinished stadium lor Chicago's
annual civil war between the Ma
roons and the Purple.
The" M ichlgan-O h to ba t tie will
4 eliminate one ot three suryjying
? conteiaders foir "conference honors,
? unless it ends a tie,' while North
; western must conquer Chicago to
? keep record, clear.
It is believed that the two
teams would be well matched.
Olympia beat Albany 39 to 10, but
Salem also won over Albany 29
to 0. Olympia played Aberdeen
on Armistice Day and won by a
score of 3 to 0.
Attempts to get games with one
of the Portland schools for
Thanksgiving failed because of
Portland city rules as to the clos
ing of the high schools' football
season. A request for a game
with Medford was also refused.
. M INNR ATOMS. Ko v. 1 2
? (AP) Jimmy Delariey. St.
f.Paul. outpointed Johnny Risko,
; Clevelaad, hi a fast ten round
i fight here tonight . Delaney
. weighed 17.114 and Risko 190.
"Bearcat" Wright. Omaha nc
' groraBdT,Dukc"'iorn, Minneap-
opls, heavyweights, . lujnbered
through an eight round aemi
1 wlhdup,' with Wright winning as
he pleased. The "Bearcat"
weighed 285 and Horn IS 3.
. v- TOLEDOi Ohio, - Nor. . 12.-
(AP)-Sammy r Mandell, light
weigh champion ou.tpointetl Jack
Duffj Toledo,tn,a 12 round bout
here jtpnigh.-Jn .the opinion of
.newspaper men. Both boxers
weighed in over thQ 'lightweight
limit; The title was not at stake..
PLAY HEBE TODAY
Last Game of Season for
Junior High School Scheg;
uled at 3 0'Clock , . .
The Parrish junior high school
football team will close its 1926
season when it meets Stavton
high school on Sweetland field
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
team is in good condition for the
contest, and the players are
"hopped up" with the idea of
closing the season with a victory.
The -teams are about evenly
matched a cord ing to the some
times faulty oracle ot "Dope" as
both have played Tnrner high
school and both bowed down te-
fore it. The Parrish team lost to
Turner 20 to 0 and. the Stay ton
team lost by a somewhat similar
Per kin3. star Parrish fullback,
may not last out the game, as he
is suffering- from two injured legs.
The Stayton team averages
about 20 pounds per man more
than Parrish, and has a "power
ful backfield. with Schofield, full
back, the chief cog in the offen
sive. The line is said to be weaki
The Parrish team has played
four games so far this year, los-
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov.
(AP) Gridiron cohorts.
the end of a stormy seasonal cam
paign in the far west, takes up
arms again tomorrow with two
Pacific coast conference skirm
ishes and an intersectional battle
rounding out a fairly imposing lisr.
Stanford's Cardinals, undefeat
ed and pointing toward the 1920
conference championship, prepared
for a bitter struggle with the Hus
kies of "Washington, last year's
winners. The invading norther
ners, rankled by an early season
defeat, camped tphlght before tho
vails of their oldest rival's strong
hold, confident that tomorrow
would see the Cardinal banner
lowered for the first time this year.
An uregon yellow ana green
clad avmy bore down on the Pull
man with th avowed purpose of
returning with the hide of the
Washington State college Cougar
A close, liartl lougnt contest was
forecast, with the Staters con
ceded an edge because of earlier
California, already defeated five
times and with the "big game
with Stanford a week away, faced
a hard encounter with the Wolf
pack of Nevada. Although favor
ed to show the way to its rival
from the mining state, followers
of California pointed to the strug
gles the Bears have had with Ne
vada elevens of other years.
ik j .
ivioniana concerned ztseii- over
the visit of a light but lightin
Whitman tean. "The game, like
the California engagement, is not
of conference btarinr
intervals on which he- could abso:
Upon the conclusion of the'
counsel's remark the darkey's face
"Ah done fink Ah hab a fixed'
income, sah," he said.
"And what is this fixed in-
come?" was the next question. ;
"Well, sah," answered Jim with'
a broad grin in the. direction of
Colonel Davis, "de colonel dar all-
ers gibs me fo' dollahs an' a sack,
ob flour on election days."
. "j n WW II IB IHCIrUViraUl
losfr hopes thaf"iBomeHnies spring
from "the coming of .a railroad.
The". ground- a lildjoffcA a toyn
ite. bu f - th ; town never ma tr
ialized. That was 13 years ago;
The railroad jras buj.lt, .the J.Uh
way " was .onatr.ucted, , the J.own
was named.; but nobody settled
jhere except the beautifully strip-
PnlA'pat olp Resident 1 rb n
Of PeSertefJ Texas TOWn, jnslstution. and remains solitary
.'.-"--- I -. ......
I ruler of his domain.
WJr TON, T?ia. i
sole resident of Lofton is a pole
cat; the sole .structure of the
"city" js a white sign hearing the
word .Lofton",, reared high over
But desjjite this paucity of cit
izens and' absence of buildings,
Lofton appears on all jgood Texas
maps, is on a good railroad, has a
first class highway at its front
door, and is. distinguished by a
grassy lawn that covers the whole
oiice of Intention to Improve
.WLnona (Court oni Scateenth
Strt fjn the TrnHMis oX Said
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem. Oregon, deems it necessary
and, expedient and hereby declares
Its purpose and intention to im
prove Winona Court from Seven
teenth Street to the terminus of
said Winona Court, in the City of
Salem, Oregon, at the expense ot
the abutting and adjacent prop
erty, except the.'.street and alley4
intersections, the expense of which
VANCOTJVE.-B. C., , (Special.)
It is estimated that Southern Brit
ish Columbia will "produce 3.2 17,
000 boxes-of apples thta season
which is ' approximately 700,00t
boxett lb excels of last "year's prd
d'netfop. ' ',
Arrangements rp now,- being
made for heavy export bty-foas to
Great Britain as wail a'-to the
prairies ol eastern Canada. :
Don "Boyer. Toledo welter
weight, knocked 'PatsyKllne," New I ing all but one against the Washr
inKion nign scuoot i res n men -p.
York fa the 'second round
WPLTWtWJvlGlJTS ; TO FIGHT
- NEWARK. N. J., Not. 12.
"fAP)l The National Sportsmens'
clup today announced that Pete
Latzq- of Scran ton, Pa., worlda
welterweight champion, apd JQjfi
Simonich jot "-BtttteV Mont, Tiave
bee6 'signed for a' 10 round, bout
he re-'biT December 'A Th match
will bci part of a hospital benefit
boxing ''hdw.-,;:1'.':-"-:.:"Vw . -';
' ".""v" '".v.. rir 11
1 Communications , addressed to
the Constantinople , government
n,ust be is Jilaek ink alone.
Portland. It lost to Tnrner, Mo-
lalla, and Dallas. ,
The Parrish starting lineup in
cludes Siguin and Garver, ends;
Myers and Drager, tackles; Gil
more an dStrausbaugh, guards;
Walker, j center; King, quarter?
Lehman nd Peterson, halves;
and Perkins,"full. ; - - -
The ' first foaskeiball tumout.-of
the ' season' at the Parrislu high
school will be, immediately ""after
Thanksgiving." ; HutchinS 1 la the
only lettenna q Jback jut many ;af
,last season V'subs and ''new men
are thought to be good prospects,
e3pecfalljr Nash and Each, tr-
i "e manager , oi a factory was
giving instructions to the young
salesman who was starting otrhi.s
initial trip. As the young man
picked up his bag, the chief said:
'Good luck to you; write us im
portant news." '
The following day this .message
was reeieved at tho office:
Readied here safely. Good
room with bath; feeling fine.!'
The manager wired back:
"So glad; love and kisses; good
a recruiting sergeant with an
eye to business, approached
smart-looking lad who was on
m.ilk round in the neighborhood
f Buckingham palace.
''Well, my lad, and how would
yoa like to serve the king?"
"The lad also -had an eye to busi
ness, and promptly replied;
"Pine sir." How much doea he
take a day?'"
A laxy darkynamed Jim Bones
was arrested at the instance of hi
wife jfor- non-support : and refusal
to work. He was being cross-ex
amined by a young lawyer; who
was the law -partner of the loca
politician Called Colonel Davis
During the examination f Bones
the young lawyer askad: )
"Jim, ; have ' yon aa fixed in
come?." ' i ,'":
Bones was puxzled by tbe -term
Cpnasel explained hat the ex
preesion meantavfcertainty- of
money, paid, no't tor .odd Jobs, but
for steady, employment;. -.ib other
word,&-oBipensatioa at stated
A pettleme.nt worker was speak ,
ing or tne reiaxeu inorai stanaara?
hat she found among the people
in her district in New York ow-
ng, she thought, to the upsetting
conditions of the war period. ,
"One boy I knew,' she' said
'was recently sent to the reform
school and a neighbor was trying
to console the lad's mother.
" 'Yes, said the mother, -'It is .a
shame. He was such a. gopu. boy.
too.. Everything he stole he used
to bring right home to me'" 1
gested today by such prominent
crimson supporters as Howard
Elliott, president of the Harvard,
board of overseers, apparently
was eliminated by a statement
from athletic authorities at Cam-;
bridge,' accepting Princeton's de
eesion "with regret" at the same
time, this statement emphasized a
policy henceforth that will com-!
mit the Crimson to only one fixed
football game a year, that to be
the climax battle with Yale.
Princeton's attitude now ap
parently is that the case with
Harvard is "dosed" and that the
Tigr will pursue its own course
without further dealings with the
The step taken by the Prince
ton board of athletic control last
night, although undoubtedly has
tened by developments in coanec-
A kindly old lady stooped over
a reclintng beggar ana proauceu
a penny. The beggar eyed it dis
"Ma'am." he began. "Did yer
read in de paper about de beggar
dat died and left a million dollars
to a lady dat gave aim a quar
"I seem to remember some
thing of the sort," replied the old
lady, "but "
"Well, dat guy was me brother
Tint's do kind of a lamiiy we
are!" . .
PORTLAND, Nov. I2-MAP) Dairy
t..uJarU 4014; prime 1 irU . : .'
r.C,e. - -
KfCS xtr 46; firstss 44; pulletR 3..
urreiit receipts 42 ; rnderaized 27.
XKW YORK. Nov. 12. (AP) Erapo
rattJ wle' iteady; prunes steady: ap
ricot .'inu; peJi3 att4y; t-alr:
PORTLAND, Nov. Vi-. ( AP) Cattfe
ami ralTc-t Ualy: rc-ipt 9Q.
IToss wrnk: receipts 3,5.
Shf -j anil lambs nominally ateady; no
PORTLAND. Nlv. A2. ( APJ-r-rWhat
Hid: iiBU hard white, hard while, BS
B:;art, Federation, noft white, west el a
white, hard winter- Not. Dec. SI. 3 J
northern murine Nov. Dec. Sl.3'4. Weit
rrn red Nov. Uec. S1.'.9V!.
Oats. N. 'J. Mi pound whit fee4 and
Jtarlev, No. 2. 41 pound BW, N
Dec. $28. ".It
Corn. No. 2 KY shipment Nov. Der
34.Uil; No. 3 F.Y shipment Dec. 32.0
MiHrun. fcUndard Nov. fi4.4). Mec
PORTLAND. Nov. 12.(Al) Milk
firm: bet clmrnine cream 42 W 44c . prt
pound net shipper truck in. 3uDe
(ream delivered Portland 4dHc per
uod., Kaw milk ctrt. foh
Poultrv Tarkeya easier; heavy hena
25f'6: light lCr$pruira 214Jjf5: Pekia
white ducks 24; colored ISft IT;- tnrkeyd
live Jitysi; dresie 4Z(a -i
i'otiitoea unchanged $l501.75 aaek.
Onions unchnnped: )oeat 7 ic'VJ 1.0U-;
Walla Walla 9Uc(ri l.OO.
PORTLAND. Nov; 12.-rAP) Hay
buying prices: Eastern Orejrgil timothy
20J; ditto valley 17&17.M): cheat
l::: alfalfa 1 7.50ni 1 8 : oat bay IS.- oal
ml vetch 14.",0H15: lit raw 7w7.jO p.-
a. betung price fi a ton more. ;?
''.CHJCAnO. Nov. 12, --if AM-ffheat
values underwent a derided ttufible tday
la concert with luwer quofatiomr at iiv
eryoot and l.eccvs o-freh lreak ia
.the corn market. tienerat anisr of
wheftt took place not with alanding tha
Liverpool weaknes! waa aaaocixted with
reports nt the Britiah coal stiiUe havin
pract-.-lly leen Kettled. Corn reavhed
all ait'nnd new low price record for
tlfte nepson. , , - - -
Cbicaeo closing ((uotaLiona on, wkaat
were , heavy. U to 5He n Iowt-,-
trorn I e
I lop. of said street to the establi<
ed grade, consttructing j'oruana
remept concrete' curbs, and paving
said portion -of said street with A
elx-iflch Portland cernent eonjfcrete
pjayemept 1 6 ; feet lo widXh, in ac
cordance with the plans and pecj
ficatiOhs therefor which .wre
adopted by the COnipxcin CouacU xm
November 1. 1926, now on file in
the office of the City Recorder,
and which" .are hereby referred to
apd made a part hereof.'
The Common Council hereby de-
clares its purpose and intention to
make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
Jy order of the Common Coun
cil the 1st day of November, 1926.
M. POUL.SEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is November 10, 1926. -
Date of final publication hereof
will be November 20, 1926. n20
Xotice at - JpjjaioD te Irayrr
lee SMflpet rrn Jie Iyit Iino
of TwecitjrVfoBrth wt o lh-o
1 Vfi-rrVe oX.Tvntr-fi.flJh ,Street
Notice U herUy-give thai le
Common Couxtcll x)f " the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient aud hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Lee Street from .the east line
of Twenty-fourth Street to the
west Jine of TwentT-fiftb Street,
jn. the City of Saleru, Oregon, At
Llie expense of the ubnttlng and
adjacent property, except the
street and alley intersections, lhe
expense of which will be assumed
by the City of Salem. Oregon by
bringing said portion of said
street to the established' grade,
eohstructfflg Portland rement con
crete curbs, and paring aJd por
tion of said street with a six inch
Portland cement concrete pave-,
ment, 24 feet; in width, -ja'accord-J
ance with the. plans ;anii snelfl-
cations -therefor which were adopt-
ed by the Common Council on 1st
day-of hloVember.' 19115, now OA
file in the 0lc ot the City JLe
corder. anil .which are nerepy. ye
ferred to and made .a part .hreofj
The Common Council hereby de
c)aree its purpose and. intention .to
make the above described im
provement by And., through the
Street , Improvement Ieiartm.ent
of the city or satem, -Oregon. -
By order of the Common Coun
cil thLs 1st day of 'November! 19 2C.
M. POUf,SEN.r City Recorder,
Date of first publication" hreo'
is November 10, 192. ' ' : ,; '
Date of final publication hreef
will be November z. iy Z6. nzo
Sealed bids will be received by
the County Court of Marion Coun
ty, Oregon, up to 2:00 o'clock P
M. on November 15,' 1926, for
cutting 275 cords of old and sec
ond growth fir wood 'oh the coun
ty farm, one-quarter mile west of
The Court reserves the right to
reject' any or all bids.
IT. Cm. fiOYER. County Clerk
XOTICK TO eflKPITORS
Not Ice Is ; herejjr given that by
.an pr.der pf the ; Cpuntj Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion duly made, rendered
and entered, of record , in said
court on the fourth .'May' of No-
vehiber.- 1926,- Wilhelaiina K.
Anderegg was duly appointee! as
administratrix - of the -'fat et
Andrew r Wi-Aaderegg, deceased.
and' that sUId "Wilhelmina' K. And
eregg has dnly qualified aa srtch'
administratrix. - All : persons hav
ing claims against said estate C
sa id decedent are hereby reuirea
to, preent"the same,' with proper
vouchers and . due verification ; v
aid admtnistratrix ajf 21 United
States National Bank '.buildlag.
Salem, Oregon, within six (6)
months from the date oc the first
pablication.of this nxitice. -
Dated : and first: pujMisned ma
sixth day. Pf November. A. D. 1926.
XWILHELMINA K. ANDEREGQ.
as administratrix of the estate of
Andrew W. Andwegg, deceased.
CARSOX, CRS0?( 4k CARSON,
attorneys' for administratrix.
V" . ;n-12-20-27d4
ntDMIXlSTRATOfVB KOTICK OP
, - APPOlNTltfENT - ?
- Noticed hereby given that the
undersigned hae been duly ap
pointed by! the County Court of
the"State bf Oregon' for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administrator of
the-estate'of Isabel' Stewart, de
ceased,' and that he has duly qual
if led as eueh' administrator; all
persons having clai&a against the
estate of said decedent are hereby
notified, to present the tame, duly
verified to 'me, at tha office ot
Ronald C. Glover, " my attorney,
203 Oregon Building, Salem, Mar
lon County, Oregon' within six
months from tha date' ot this
notice.- J " .-; -;. ; --
Dated at . Salem, Oregon, thN
12th day of November, 192S.
ANDREW R. I-EEDY,
Administrator of the estate o(
Isabel Stewart, deceased.
RONALD C flliOYER,
Attorney for administrator, Sa
lem, Qregon. nlS:10-27-d4-ll
to 2 '4 down and o.-tjV3 t
BOSTON. Kor. 12. AP) Pine an
half blood territory wormed wbl are in
fairly rood demand : with, a Bomber of
larg-er hoHxea. Prira of choicest ' aelec-
tMilit are verv firm. Fair ooantities
rovin. Half blood africtly. eoaabiax haa
iolj (it an. eKtimated clean price-f 41 X
for "lota srraded up tn 60 rhile 'tit
broader ataple and Ike fiber 4fsr)Lln
somewhat in- length re-Tov,The V'a4
around- fl.AO clean -baata. J"m atrirtly
com pin ir, iiemti; iwui npiu Mr
wool and the averafe lot f ffrVl
thI lia.mT4 at fl.10 uwi baalt
Blind mail's bnfi
JEMMBER the ggLroe? A handkerchiejF over your
; : eyes . . your hands searching for someone, feejiflg
blind ly over features your eyes could so easily krjiow. It
seems foolish deliberately to blindfold yourself and go
searching. You wouldn't blindfold yourself deliberately
wW you start out in search of purchaises that help make
life a game. ... : - ".1':;' ??
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If you read advertisements first, you are spared the.,
doubts and mistakes. Adyertisemejits' take the handker
chief off your eyes. They equip you with keen vision.
They lead you direct to the cleansing cream that will ive
most freshness t;o your skin, o the cream wafers) most
tempting to serve, to the sparkling drinks-most pleasing,
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