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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1907

0(2).9.... To (!iir College friends and Patrons : We again extend to you our glad hand of wel- come and are indeed specially pleased to note the large number of good dressers there are among yon. We carry only snappy up-to-date things that the College bred man demands at a price that is econo- mizing. We want you to again make our store your headquarters while down jm town and would be pleased to enter your name on our KEHP-U NEAT Pressing Club which 'Only costs $1.00 per month and entitles you to A suits of clothes pressed (3) I per month and down town. All of this remember 3 1 -UU pes month. We will be pleased to show youthrough our big line of full ends Tailoring Samples; which is said to be the largest in West Texas. In prdering your made to measure Clothing from us y&u run no risk for we take special pains with each individual order and Blackshear's guarantee GOES BEHIND EV- ERY1HING WE DO. We can't afford to displease you. We ate always showing something new. Yours For Bus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1907

) T&e Daily Bulletin MAYKS PRINTING CO.. Prows. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice aft Secoud-ClasH Mail flatter. WillH. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. MayeS Business Manager. C x ToNNKLL Citv Editor. E E KlKKi'ATRHTv. Ao. Eil. T. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C "-fit. P.-uly Cjrr'i'tur. IDA! SERIES Greatest of Meeting in Progress at Christian Church. ATTENDANCE Snintriptton per Mouth :.ikr Monday Sept. 9 1907 ft ' f v J' ifeoeral interest in an IJ -1 iim- subject lint pe.rhnps the most lliii(U value ol the dialogue is found in the evangelists 'ability to discuss the various religions teachings and at the same -lime ; .create no - frie--t'idn." Xo. sensible 'jier.son could in ai'iv wiry take: qti'en.so at the manner in which tin1 discussion was handled;. The evangelist re- USH'sted thai he Ik corrected' at any time where die did not do the character jiistieeip- the conversa- tion. " . ' ' An tiiliwnfiiiAI T . the .last. uoillMni of the revival :.v- - r aMhcU'hnW church indicated '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1907

W Want Your Account Capital and Surplus $200000.00 Let it be large or small and we want you to feel that we will do everything possible to serve yoli and further your interests. We are prepared to loan you money on proper security transmit money for you to other places safeguard your deposits and render you eyery service in keeping with the operation of a soundly managed National Bank. When you sell your crops do not keep the. money about the house or your person where-it is liable to bz stolen burned or spent foolishly but deposit it in this bank and check it out as needed. We make no charge for checks or pass books and. will take pleasure in explaining to you everything that you will need to keep .a-bank account. - We have made saved and placed a surplus of one hundred thousanp dollars behind our capital-to protect it during hard times. We issue time . certificates of deposit. THE BR-0WNWO0D NATIONAL BANK. All Business With the Bank Regarded as Confidential. T. C. YANTIS President...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1907

( HUH'! I MIM i HI i . EM $6l50 Kitchen Cab inets 2 Bins 2 Drawers 2 Kneading Boards For $3.50 $5.00 Kitchen Cabinets Single Bin. $2.65. "LL 0VEB THE HOUSE. B - ng. and Starching Tafc'e Linetv and Cothjng. -. .''. '!i tin? Vhwh'..hrV' tfti.rv.-.v-?Jy -! uiV ';i:Y fii; ' UlV. ttu-r. ' t a l garment sophfcute! into ;r. .t.i.' ' the bin -tCjife'r"-''.i'-i W-li t! rnnirh it. If soap i I. .': tta i "tho-i t' v will boujr. . -! Ih' Cartful to thfiall h ! Hn-ed c .t lu-fon tij are put t'.ri-u'.i tlie Ke uatex. iS'tir this up each time. and do n -n- et dothefi "he m it. Jhirigs that are not required very $tiiaare mv put through hot starch or this can be added to the blue water. Pa- through the wringvr ami hang out to dry Things that require .cold ftarch such as collar? cuff and thifts rcut bo thoroughly dried -int Ali t iutlic-; should when . j' iWc iba dried out of f1 "mrs. y !. iir and e un. M wh a ' n4-f hj fi'fy t . : : i . Care of the'.Hiands Swift ..!rind oil if l:c f.-- ih ven lw- ii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1907

- t -T . " pi! 31 your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Sank. . "Mothers Bread" aU mothers 3ike it. Made and . 60UI by BrOwn wood Bake k v. FOK SALE. Good tyiw ami runabout cash or tenuH.t lor? gain. Apply quick. 1o 4- L- Self Cftmu National Batik. I d-2S0 Oysters 3q cents pen pint at the Dulei. J. B. Ferjrusori oif Gopilthwiiite was in the city yesixIw'pii.'buR iness. . .K.G.Iatcr rfett day from a businoj yesfcsrf 1 - ' :'. 0. P. GrThamoffie ;jRft4'x)veir. -for a fe$ city Sunday. j-f T3J tlw For ctotdc d&ft;-:f "..all &iads see. lr. Fiuils .ifcfc'DFo path. ihwjo ran i T . 7 : with relatives. - - -t- Herbert RaiKriftfe feft -this unoming for Coleman otJa busi ness trip. Miss Minnie Pittman returned -Bast night from a very pleasant :. visit to home-folks at Goldman. -. -.) . Ffae store of Sam Brin is clos- ed today and will remain closed today and tomorrow in lionor of: - the holidays. i Miss Alice Higginb&tbAin of - Dublin is in the city on a . visit ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

r : . ; j. Cyclone and Wind Storm Insurance! E. B. Henely & Co. 1 BULLE For Rire insurance See E. B. HVley 6: Co. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPT. U 1907. NO. 282 UL. LY jTly COUNCIL ASSURED jj310 0 i 0 D o D Tailoned Hals. The new tailored hats Gage and King B. are now on exhibit and we would be ; pleased to have the ladies call and look . them over. Our line of ready-to-wear hats is larger this season than ever before and " you will not find it difliqult to find somc- ; thing to. your liking;. All the newest styles can be found here and it : is a pleasure to show them. Our hats were bought at : prices that enable us to sfcll them low and. - . make a profit. U. C. T. Post Will Be Organized Here Within Few Days. Prescriptions Tli;i where we :hitienoiie t. . dvifictdt or small o re t'cu-eAJur most careful atten- tion. We want topleasr you m prt-scnptioii work and can cnivitvce you of this if you but give us the chance Our prescriptions give the best results hecause they are compo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

tssmssES mtHiWm r? zmmmsm wmimmmi (gmsmoB m . i i i t I I II IT"TTTS iMimiimiriiM i i n i i t BBanE&nraKsaRiic Days - $6.50 Kitchen Cab inets 2 Bins 2 Drawers 2 Kneading Boards FOP $3.50 $5.0.0 Kitchen Cabinets Single Bin $2.65. Special or Lawn Goods. $5.00 5-foot Settees $3.50 S6.00 6-foot Settees $4.00 $3.50 Lawn Chairs - $2.50 Old Hickory Settees and Chairs at any Old Price. m m m w n m ft ft ft MM ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a ft & ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft IK ft B ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M 0 1000 Pairs Lace Curtains. SALE ENDS SEPT. 15TH. To Go at a SACRIFICE. We want to close out our for the next 15 days entire stock of Lace Curtains and Por- tiers Towels Napkins Shee's. Pillow Cases and some Other draperies and dry goods rem- nants and in order to do this we will not let the price be in the way in fact we have cut the price from. 2.5 TO 50 PER CENT. K5 Xzxy& Cash or Credit. Special School Px'ioes On & ; FURWITUHE. Fbr the benefit of those who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

1 M. I..T i; fir. about ?. h .th I'l Oi .:l 'II' 1 A J? n-k Island ir.in t ui"M-.t over al Kscondida. N". M.. and all passciiixiTs wnv slightly hurt.' dames II. Mnsou. aHveathly resi- dent. of Mobile: Ala.. dird sudden- ly at Kioto. .Inpnii. A Chinese imperil commission was appointed .to examine the con sfitutional swsfem of tries. Kiots against Mouaols uectimnl at Vancouver. l (L - in which ofiffrials other eoiiii- . -t J apa n esc vern in tail wan roughly h-aaidletfl En gi n eer Stcyi'Usti .itetivlii Fireman Archer tsiMitmsjr injiiretl an a wreck n : tlie Tfcjiiid Pa cihr near AniiH.tn Southern Pak-ifr di&wriv ionuaiiy prerui CtcimUkJLs wpjre uents an iitfiii- fftr which wiv. ffirifJiytljpiHwTi; : ; . w'ol :: t J ( "in f " J t N K I vuli tf M.ilio. u li er U ;h ling hum ut ih .1 t cliartretl V 1 1 1 1 f-onspinn to fraud tlitf teivs will interest.' i . . . t 'i. Will. H rl id fi- st ate. is iij t errst. i.ne iaci Uldl a ll.tf of tile swikite is under iujiliriji ehariredj. en re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 We Want Your Aiccount I II- Let it be large or small and we want you to feel that we will do everything possible to serve you and further your : interests. We are prepared to loan you money ori proper security transmit money for you to other places safeguard your deposits and render you every service in keeping with the operation of a soundly jnanaged National Bank. When you sell your crops do not keep the money about the house or your person where if is liable to be stolen burned or spent foolishly but deposit it in this bank and check it out as needed. We make no charge -for checks or pass books and will. - take pleasure in explaining to you everything that you vill need to keep a bank account. We have made saved and placed ' a surplus of one hundred thousanp dollars behind.. our capital to protect it during hard times. We isaue time certificates of . ' deposit. ' K' " THE BROWN WOOD NATIONAL BANK All Business With the Bank Regarded as Confidential. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

! I I I lie ilaily -bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprvors M inimiiiniiM i . Entered at the Brownwood Postoffiee as. Second Class Mail Matter. ! - - MH-V- rft 1 ! II I Ml IIIIMHI I ! II BUM II III ! ! Ill I III 1 r I II I I I I Subscription Par Month.. .50c- WILL. H. MAYES Maw "H P. MAYKS. Rusinass Manager. C. A. T E. C. SEITZjDaily Circulator; K.E. KIR W. R. DULA. Foreman ng Editor. ITNKKLL City Ecbtor. PATRICK Associate Editor. cli. Dept. Frnsf i vrprfpH nf nnllas about Oct. 22nd that being the c 4-u ;Tvnc?rlfnf- Fairbanks to that City. . . . -Texas Women came to our office tins wrapper on. It was not stated whether1 in the season or a change in style. About fifreenindredths of andnch'bf rain fell at Dallas and Fort Worth Monday and the press sent Mitihe glad; news that the : . . . . A i .1 ' ' drouth was broken and the cotton crop as s-ayeu. . week with la yellow his was due to5 a change Dallas is making a noise like-it is already preparing for the big Elks convention to be he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

Si' r i A COKO To Our College friends and Patrons : We again extend to you our glad hand of welcome and are indeed specially pleased to note the large number ol good dressers there are among you. We carry only snappy up-to-date things that the College bred man demands at a price that is economizing. We want you to again make our store your headquarters while down in town and would be pleased to enter vour name on our Keep-U-Neat Pressing CItib which only costs $1.00 per month and entitles you to 4 suits of clothes pressed per month and your shoes shined whenever you are down town. Ail of This Remember $t.Q0 per Month. Wc will be pleased to show vou through our big line" of Full Ends Tailoring Samples which is said to be the largest in West Texas-. In ordering your made to measure Clothing from us you run no risk for we take special pains with each individual order and Blackshear's guarantee GOES BEHIND EVERYTHING WE DO. We can't afford to displease you. We are always showing somethi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1907

-For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr.-Farrisj the Osteo- path. . iMione 5f. Dr. A. W-. Snvder sBeiit ye.slf v- (lflV :it;lnrt nettl iUi bitctH(i&: ' Attend the night school Jvwefj Slaek td&mmtiehe km'iii vtst-erdav in tw tfHv mi )nisi)Hfi. ..J.f your eyes sroHlae -you see i; Dr.. "Winters over Brjoke Smith Bank. - - .-w . P. U Hewlett reaalov.-Urmly tr$ss lnsrfJ.rs. -Mm "J.U. M. Ilarnhs? 'hmV -iMgf it ffi lu a': ve pleKaiU vault U Hreenville. ' 2 cTioica tors in Barfi A.ddiifOn. ..Price $50Q. Terms QO .oaeb; balance 6&sy. y ' :.:. -.' "- '- a. K. B "HtsnJ&y it Co. r . Dr.. Stf I w ill -odn Uw ; rega IBrmviM Baker -Ixah re turned to her liouite at Kan -tin haul after pleasant risii iujhirr heath er. .James 11. Hnkpi ju lJuis city ".. j ine mgnt scnooi will Rive you a thorough knowledge of mi ; ix. ii. i ' mi the essentials of Arithmetic. James I. Baker wentHp Duhlui this morning to join Mrs. linker who is spending a few days there. on a visit to homefolks Wright ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

i il- .--J- .1 r. I; ;t:v 1: r DAILY BULLETIN. . For Fire Insurance See E. B. Henley & Co. Cyclone and Wind btorm Insurance. E. B. Henely & Co. -T - BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT. 12 1907. NO. 283 i Tailored Hats. The new tailored hats Gage and King B are now on exhibit and we would be pleased to have the ladies call and look' them over. Our line of ready-to-wear hats is larger this season than ever before and you will not find it difficult to find some-; thing to your liking. All the newest styles can be found here and it is a pleasure to! show them. Our hats v?ere bought at" prices that enable us to sell them low and . make a profit. VXiss McHntolion. iron UL U 3 1 That's where we shine-none to difficult or small to re ceive our most careful atten- tion. We want to pleas? yon in prescription work and we can convince you of this if you but give lis the chance. Our prescriptions jrive the best results because they are compounded just as the doc- tor orders them. ntn t x Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

J Jrie Daily Bulletin MAYES POINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postoflice as Setond Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month.. WILL H. .MAYES H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ.lDaily Ciroulutor. E. E. IvlUKPATRICK Associate Editor W. R. DULA. Foreman Mechl Dept. : i Browwnood ought to get busy paving some more streets like that street from the library to the Baptist church and it is to be presumed that the work will be done as soon as the city can un dertake it. Don't fret don'tfworry. Your work wpl you more pleasant td those abou people are not happy lunless they The Bulletin would like to ask anything like satisfactory service was forced to put in a meter? This was nk' done until it was learned that the Frisco was not the water tax being paid by the One of the greatest needs of railway line. It would prove '-a paying i the beginning and would grow in value ;e Scott and Bencini do riot build the attention is respectfully called to home. f- s- It is sai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

i . i .nn. L.... Q) ) n i) Entertainment Committee. President Harrison of the ifty Thousand club met with te entertainment committee nd helped to organize and get le committee to work. J. J. imminsand Douglas King were 3ded to the committee in place f Will A. Bell and L. A. Arm- ;rong who could not serve. k meeting of the - committee is ailed for tomorrow afternoon at le office of the West Texas Land company when a chairman jill be selected and plans per- ected for more effective work. President deferred the appoint ment of a chairman until a full .horum could be had and it was Redded to let the committee hcself elect its chairman. The lommittee is now composed of DeWitt McClelland Geo. Kidd iu. A. TunnellGeo. Zimmermann Will R. Roberts J. J.'Timmins and Douglass King. i Piles get quick and certain relief (Tom Dr. Snoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone for Piles Mtching painfnl protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by Its use. nLarcre nickel-capped jars 50 cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

7 The Daily Bulletin MAYKS PRINTING Co.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood PoRtoffiee aH Second-Clase- Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor XI. F. Mayes Business Manager C Ar Tunnel:. City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK Asso. Ed. W Dola Foreman Mech. Dept. E C Seitz Dally Circulator. SuDacription per Month fiOc Thursday Sept. 12 1907. BROOKESMITH. Ihe Holiness meeting which has been going on here for the past week closed Monday night with no additions to the church but two professions. - Miss Olivia Collier and broth- ers Masters Avrie and Johnnie of Santa Anna are visiting their aunt Mrs. J. B. Diirrn. The Baptists will begin a meeting here Sat. night Sept. -14 m charge of Rv. Preddy. Mrs. Allie Churchill and mother . wood Soiday accompanied! by J have her among us for the com ing season. Mr. -Warren Kerns was a vis- itor in the city Wednesday. John Acre returned home Sun- day after an absence of over two years. Mr. Bill Sneed of Dublin was a visitor ;for a short time in our city Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

The Man Who Looks Ahead. No man sees prosperity ahead of him except through a bank account. The man. who succeeds is the man who looks ahead and plans for the future. He realizes that money is absolutely essential if he intends to rise in the world. A small sum will open a bank account. A bank account establishes a credit. Good credit opens the way to all things prosperous. Open an account with this bank today and lay the foundation for a fortune. . This hank has saved one hundred thousand dollars in the past fifteen years and has placed it behind its capital to support it in hard times. This is a very strong reason .why you should give your business to ' . . ' THE BROWPTWOOD NATIONAL BANK All Business With the Bank Regarded as Confidential. n uiiLni uLumuii x-arge rtuaience open uouna. T o n . i I WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED Was Subject 'of the Learned Minister'! Discourse and He Made a Touch- ing Appeal to His Hearers. '1 he nirlit w.tN -aim and Miht4 ul. the moon fume ut m silvers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

G3 3KS$K$ i 1 r1 I5 $6.50 Kitchen Cabinets 2 Bins 2 Drawers 2 Kneading Boards FOP $3.50 $5.00 Kitchen Cabinets Single Bin $2.65. Special on Lawn Goods. $5.00 5-foot Settees $3.50 $6.00 6-foot Settees $4.00 $3.50 Lawn Chairs - $2.50 Old Hickory Settees and- Chairs at any Old Price. XXX XXX ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft X ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft x ft ft ft ft ft ft ft X ft m X H ft ft ft M 'ft ft ft " ft ft ft ft ft IOOO Pairs Lace Curtains. . SALE ENDS. SEPT. 15TH. To Go at a SACRIFICE. We want to close out our for the next 15 days entire stock of Lace Curtains and Por- tiers Towels Napkins Shee's Pillow Cases and some other draperies and dry goods rem- nants and in order to do this we will not let the price be in the way--in fact we have cut the price from ' 25 TO 50 PER CENT. 15 Days i Days Cash or Credit. Special Scliool Prices & On. FURNITURE. For the benefit of those who are moving here and also all who Hye here already and are pre- paring for SCHOOL BOARDING ACC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1907

I. . Por chronic diieases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phono 5GR. J. B. IVrguson of IruhKhwjiite .is in llip vity today on; hufttncss. Albert .Ileimersdorf uncut lust ..night in the city on id visit t his t parents. i " II your eyes trouble you sec Dr. "Winters over Brboke Smith Bank. Miss Tyty Slaves lefj ye-sterdn for Georgetown whotk she will agiiin enter Southwetittni University. The "Corsicans Daughter" tonight at the Majestic i . t 1 Tom Baker and funiiiy tf Jlr.tdy mm (heir to Fort "Worth. vere -here this imirnitifr way hotno from n visit Big rerhuet.ion in CUoti 1 tit in " grade inUitv made renkival sale. i-2$4 Wars'hmn & 0aif(hei his Avcek only.; -Ur. ami Mr! d.T. Durmeil of 51dorad.. -arrivtil in ii4 oily yes terday and wdl niakt liivnvobI their future home "i IX K. Taylor of I'rudy spt'Ut last niirhl in tlie eitv jeti route home from a month's xi.y in the Territory where 'he h ui v utile in . lerests. Douglas King left last night far Oklahoma where he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 September 1907

1 1 A :1 BULLETIN. 'Is- Cyclone and Wincf Storm Insurance t E. B. Henley & Co. For Fire Insurance Sec E. B. Henley & Co. OL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY SEPT. 14 1907. NO. 285 NEW GAME LAW. 3 DAILY 1"oiXox-e-cl Hats. The new tailored hats Gage and King B are now on exhibit and we would be pleased to have the ladies call and look them over. . Our line of ready-to-wear hats is larger this season than ever before and you will not find it difficult to find some- thing to your liking. All the newest styles can be found here and it is a "pleasure to show them. . Our .hats were bought at prices that enable us to 'sell; them low and- make a profit. A O IX "1 1 1 0 In O 11 Mrs. Gotchr of t le S2HE2U5EK . part ot tnis county Take a look at our window and you will decide that wc have a corner on the pipe market. Something there to suit all comers. McMinn Drug Company. Northern who ! was i badly injured last week by jumping from a wagon- atj the approach of a train is at j the home of...

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