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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 September 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. STEN: Look over the lists of our captains of indus- try and note their humble beginnings—Carnegie, ya telegraph boy; J. J. Hill, a laborer: Chas. TSchwab, a messenger boy; John D. Rockefeller, a modest clerk, etc. Take courdge, buckle up.and build you a HOME. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. i I I I Tuna fish flakes, etc. at fro's. Ren- Curala / $mottala {ffcc r«qu* Htn it* n-atU'i H to inuil < r phone In the dhiih h and plat en uf residence of f visitor* aaeurly in the week at puaaible. If you know of other pernonala kindly bend I alto with the ame of the communicant. Thia will greatly awaiBt The New* in keen I Ilk touch with local hapi enini:i and will bo highly appreciated EDITOR.) G. A. Howsley was down from Spur last week to attend the wedding of his daughter, Miss Nell, to Mr. J. L. Landtroop. Casie Murrie, Otto Deats anil John Diller left Sunday for Fort Worth. They will be students this year in the T. C. U. We have for you the best shoes and cow boy boots on the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 September 1916

<fi .1 , *:• ) mi Ir?' j a i THE ALBANY NEWS. «*.vr amwm mmrw ... • v iiimwiMiiiw.inMB) , ,M' • <■ iMWKMimi . .. • itn * ill *■ I I'f" uiUIUIJItati Dm UUU* .tUtuMit-'ON^ab. I.' .!«■' •.iltilMllltrfllNl.lN i fitadv in U> A. A* Ik r~*. «" V .•}"■■' .-■y . T. • ' f.-.-— -— • T -- •- y , i . IV- . ■'Kc '■ ' %':■ ■r /r-y-M) ) N4 ' • i.// Two New Values The Four Model 85-4 33 hor-cpowrr cn M k motor 112 In. h wlui'lki*** 32* 4 itu li t r« • m-ski'l. r*«nr 1 until r i .r : . r < $795 /. v. b. TuieUs* Auto l ®tvl igU tif \ i . I: I t. 11 k t. If' I i . i - , ill" t tfllk I II I' If V* ' g l'IR Mir*tf i « I •; st- • • tn,{ t nlumn The Six y < Model «%>.' iftnf SS-ti 1'. 40 lir r« motor 11' i< tiwl 3~i41ncht. • . -ar l uti t r r y. . b. T i'Co •" ■ : ■ « \ a. 1 ii t ■ i (.. < t "U r w i: ii;.* 11«-x t - . i ! jn.n What 1000 r fT*. Day Make PossiUa THESE two latctt Overland ilc- velopments a.;nin •mpliasi/c the enormous r< n< ;ny of o v • mou* product! n. 1000 a d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 September 1916

Die ^Outm Herns No. 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1916 ••f Abounds in Albany Qritni, Cattle, and Wheat Moving Rapidly. One of the live wires suggest- i to the editor the other day kt there is much money being ned loose in Albany just now. lys are when you talk of sty of money. But this pros- is citizen wotfld not let the Bition drop. He proposed ) show by mathematical process it money is floating around erywhere, and that it is com- into Albany so rapidly these 1^8 that no one can tell just mona, Calif., came in the south aisle and Messrs. Bob Deats and Geo. T. DeLafosse of Albany came in the north aisle followed by Miss Stark, the maid of honor. Mr. Jack Baker Robert and Mr. Thomas R. Camp of Dallas, the best man, marched down the south aisle while Miss Sara Ada Veale course the editor was taken entered through the north aisle on much by surprise. Editors the arm of her father, Judge W. C. Veale. When the bridal party reached the altar the ring cere- mony was performed by Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 September 1916

w4"/.A T • i1 THE ALBANY NEWS. We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son pan in 1853, we do not hear of .Japan making any adventures of conquest. But since then, it has been different. They have, with one pretense or another, gotten complete control of Korea. Now they want bigger game. COTTON PALACE IS BEING ENLARGE!! Ficilitiu of Efiry Department of Big Wic< Show Greatly Increased. Mongolia is estimated to be five CONWAY'S FINE BAND IS SECURE! times as large as Texas and to have only one half the popula-1 Famous Mimical Organization Wil tion of the Lone Star state. What Japan asks for is practi- cally complete control of this 'jive Free Concert* Twice Daily I') I a borate I'lans for Opening of Kx position on November 1. Waco, Texan. The Texas Oottot Palacn exposition, which opens on Nov — " : vast territory, or conclusions i \ ami eoniinua until Nov i , win. ii THE ALBANY NE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 September 1916

STEN: Man is not so much the creature of cir- cumstances, as circumstances arc the creatures of man. Genius is said to be about one per cent inspiration and nine- ty-nine per cent prespiration. BUILD YOU A HOME. i II I I ROCKWELL IK & GO. HtwtroquMUiUi ratilori to mail or phono In thr mmi'i anil plact'N of rnnidenrf* of ylullfra at Mirly in the week an pottaiblo, If you know of other pornonal* kindly Bend with the name of the communicant. Thin will greatly annul The N«-wm in keop- 1b touch with local happeningeand willbw highly appreciated. Editor. 1 Tuna fish flakes, etc. at Ken- fro's. i to Renfrofor syrups. Ir. Dave Diller made a trip to oo Tuesday. temember the Mareshal Neal mr at Renfro's. J. M. Shelton of Griffin was in town with cotton Tuesday. Fresh (irahain flour at rows Grocery Co. Bur- IftjUgene Reynolds made a busi-1 m trip to Cisco Thursday. c; Bru8h was town Sut" urday in his Studebaker. ®^or Sale. All groceries fresh and first class at Renfro's. ft Mr. "Sandy" Hag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 September 1916

\ ) St, At Matthews Memorial Church. Our Decision Day in the Sun- day School last Sunday resulted in bringing eight new members into the church, a bright and earnest lot of young people of whom we are very proud. Next Sunday morning the pas- tor will preach about "The Up- lift of the Cross." You have heard about, "bearing the cross." Well, there is another side to it. At night the sermon will be on An Upstanding Man." This is the kind of a man. you know, that President Wilson likes so well. This particular one had a love affair. He got into it by being that kind of a man. It was a very successful love af- fair. He ha I his pick of seven. The wedding bells rang out over the desert so loud that, although it all happened thousands of years a^o, you can hear the echo yet, if you come to church next Sunday. To the Democrats of Texas. The Texas Financial Commit- tee for the National Democratic Campaign is thoroughly organizd and is endeavoring to raise its full portion of the national cam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 September 1916

01K fw.xa mm, No. le C. W. Wilson of Mineral Wells ! pHtis On El Paso-Fort Worth High- way. 1 Mineral Wells, Texas,9. 18, 1916. (Judge J. A. King, Albany, Texas, Jtear Judge: Replying to your esteemed ~ vor will state that Harry Locke a highway engineer whose siness it is to log highways r auto tourists. In doing this flork he tries to secure the best fOute and last year he lodged a te from Fort Worth to El in which he went by East- id and Cisco instead of Breck- inridge and Albany. His reas- fps for bo doing, as he says, are {hat the route at that time was fetter and the accomodations Such superior than the one irough your city. He makes these logs on his own initiative and has been in the business for A number of years and has es- m tublished some reputation for re- ® liability of route with the auto traveling public. He was here | Saturday night and left yester- — day with his wife for Cisco. He iwill be in Midland on the 2(5 and will perhaps address the meeting ffl as he possess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 September 1916

9MF,' I m We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER. - • - Publisher fc:«r«ut th« rout 0®M at Albany. ■■ HwoxdClaaa UalHUttrr SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING KATES DtapJay MlvtrtlicmMlt. single insert iona, 10 mniB ptr inch. •ub««*quefit inaartton*. 12 1-2 M«t Iwr inch for evh insertion Some reduc- tion will b made on a«lv«TtfcNMn*nU th t one- third of n pnjre or more in aiae. !.orala mid read In* notices, lOcentn p« r tin# for ftinffle insertion, j Subsequent Inaertion* of l««-ali< ur.d reader*. D ••f ti per lino for each insertion. towns, and it is the logical route for the new highway. That is the thing \v<! wish to impress on the meeting at Midland. Of course one of the most forceful ways we can impress this fact on the meeting at Midland and also on the traveling public is by keeping our part of the highway i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 September 1916

Is \ THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN: I It is better to TRY to do something in an intelligent manner and fail, rather than try.to do nothing and succeed. Difficulties should merely spur us on. BUILD YOU A HOME. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. I I I I i Stove pipe at Murrie's. Dr. McGee of Dallas passed thru Albany Monday enroute home from a trip thru the wes- tern portion of the state. He said that he found the Southern I National Highway in good con- j dition. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman u id children who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams re- turned Wednesday to their horn" in Pensacola, Fla. Mr. Hoffman came in Monday and returned home with them Wednesday. Eorals sP Jteramtala J. G. Duncan moved his fam- ily to Albany last week in order to school his children. Pure country sorghum at J. Carter King's Grocery. s29 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stephens went to Coleman this week to spend several days. Logan berry juice, grape juice, and fruit punch at Murrie's. I _ i I.OST—One black horse mule. Mrs. Cu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 September 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. f Rural Locals Mr. Editor, I guess you are thinking Samantha is dead. Well she is not, but has packed her goods and absconded from "these diggings." You remem- ber when she and "Josiah" went to the Columbian Exposition in Chicago how she got away from "Josiah" when they reached the fair grounds. She felt ashamed Of him so she carried him around to the moving side walks where they were moving in opposite directions, so she shoved him on to one and hopped on the other herself, and they Darted com- pany at once. Well she has not forgotten those old tricks and has played another one on him. See she has left all of her affairs for "Josiah" to poform. Well he can tend to the chickens, pre- pare his own meals, wash the dishes, and keep a "spic and wire fence all day Sunday look- ing down the rows. This has been dipping day at the Sammons ranch and as the cattle in this community are so free from ticks our inspector will have to use a pair of magnifying eye glasses next tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 September 1916

*• T ihe Slews Ol. XXXIII, No. 17 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916 Whole Nimber 1 ALBANY ON FORT WORTH-EL PASO HIGHWAY Skackelford and Stephens Boost for Good Roads. Rain in Shackelford "I came, I Haw," I won, might yell be said of the Albany and Breckenridge delegation that at- and Judge VV. L. Morris Shackelford. It seemed before Judge Morris spoke that the T. for 65th anniversary of the Rehekah branch of the order in a picnic, met on Sandy at the noted Craig- Imded the initial meeting of the | & I'. route had about won out bead park, where the day was Port Worth-El Paso Highway ; and that it was all over but the >n meeting friends, mak- Ass'n in session at Midland Sept. shouting, but not so indeed. I 'n^ 'riendJ. and fishing. A com- 16. With plans practically ar- When the crucial point had been | ro'Mee %vas appointed to make fftnged to run the proposed high- reached on a motion to table a program for the coming associa- Way along the T. & P. all the motion by Jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 September 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son Ten Commandments for Your Dome Town. THE ALBANY NEWS — - ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Nft'iMERr - • • Publisher ■atarwtftt th« I'oat Offlc at AlUnr T.n, u HMOBdCtaMM.IIM.tt#. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YKAK ADVERTISING RATKK Pltpl.) wlMrtlMm.nta. «In fie liw.Ttlons. l& «CSto inch; *ubiMN|urnt in*>rilon«. II l-l alMsiwrlnch for oach IniwttloTv Horn* ri*l r- Will bo mwlo on Klvnrtbonmt^ thm *ri> nn - tfMor.p. go* or mor* in T<oc U and rcun- iMMtltM. 10 fratspoT l*n« for mlntfk iiwrtion. irtgnminriT InwrHonn <>f locali and rrfid«*r«( r ••ntaptr lin« for Inwrtimi "PRIDaVT SEPT.~20. 191ft. By Rev. E. Fred Eastman in the American City. I Thou ahalt love thy home town above all other towns. Thou shalt speak no evil of her; thou shalt be loyal to her home people, worthy of the great men and women of her pnst, confiden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 September 1916

VS. LISTEN: If we can show you why it will pay you to buy from us, we will yet your business as^a matter of course. We are asking the opportunity to SHOW you. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. Lumber Dealers i I I I I MDDY'S IVBW PW MJEI® MARY <|%t )#•*■ requMta it* r«««! *rn to mall or phone In tho namcN and plar«n of r«>ald#nr«* of ,my vieltoreaiearly In thr w#M-k aa poaallil#*. If you know uf other peraonala kindly ai-nd MB also with th<* name of tho communicant. Thin will icrt<atly mhiim) The Newa in ke*| - I In touch with local liappaningaand will hrhlirhly appreciate!. Kditok.] ^0 to Renfro for syrups. I lens Hollowoll made a visit {•co Saturday. few car Michigan salt. Bur- •iGro. Co. ( Kt, A. Smith was in Albany on ^ness Saturday. ^jogan berry juice, grape juice, ™ fruit punch at Murrie's. R-eorge Conrad shipped scver- ^ars of teers to market Tues- ^ resh stock puffed wheat, corn jQata. rolled oats and Petty ns breakfast food at Murrie's. om Hill and Mr. Steel have Age out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 29 September 1916

THE AI !!% ,V • l 1ft At T)m Presbyterian Church. Next Sunday is Rally Day at Matthews Memorial church. The Rally Day service will be held at the eleven o'clock hour. The purpose of this service is that all members, and others interested, may learn what work the church ia doing. PROGRAM. Opening hymns, responsive reading, etc. Song by the little folks—"I'll be a Sunbeam for Him." Our Sunday School; its work, aims, and needs—Mr. W. (J. Webb. Our young people's work Rev. C. H. Crawford. Reading, "If All Who Hate Would Love Us" Miss Clifford Easley. The Presbyterian Workers, what they have done and expect to do Mrs. J. M. Wood. The Ladies' Missionary So- ciety, its purpose and work Miss Berta Nance. Covenant and consecration The congregation. Closing hymn. This interesting service can, in the nature of the case, e mit but once a year. No member/, should miss it. Everybody else cordially invited. Night service at Please note change of hour. Subject of sermon, "The <!>od World That...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 October 1916

Hit '1 i I TM. •i. mm, No. is Broster Club Hears Report from Midland Delegation. At a called session of the Boos- ter club Thursday afternoon, a feport from the delegation that Went to the Midland good roads Sleeting was the main feature. The consensus of opinion of those present was that steps ■hould at once be taken to im- prove the roads. And especially ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1916 In this regard the expression is not an idle one, for her friends find in her the same quiet en- thusiasm, and receive the same fond welcome from a heart that Don't for/et about fhe First the years hold young. Saturday. Oct. 7. Come pre- Kach visitor remembered the pared to take one of' the prizes day with a dainty vrift and en- in the h<e-s"back tournament or joyed with their gentle hostess go:it ro;>in'j '-ontests. float rop- the salad plate offered as re- ing contest, it 10 a. m Horse- Tournament 3nd Godt Roping Proclamation, in Part, by the Gover1 do hereby proclaim that MON- Pnntnr* U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 October 1916

Hi THE ALBANY NEWS. ■ $ 4 J* f \ We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. I DOtS ARE REAL HEROESIN WAR Nobler Instincts of Animal Brought Out and Made Use Of. P. F. Castleberry & Son THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNIN'J n\ii MKEIt. • - • Publisher ■ntMMl*1 th Alb nr. T i « •• y.<-onrf CI* M ll SUBSCKIITION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING KATE* Difl^Uy advert 15 cants vmr inch: •ub^r #rc in*-rt ..i «. 1*1-2 MVtta p«r inch for • «,h irnwrttoii on " r •**>'"** tiMi will b« mmAm «>n hv .*r* onf- Iwurti In tn'l r *H<l- hM notlMft. 10 c«Ar lin * for •in*'# ina#Tt or>. 0«t «N|U nt in*«rti' rii nf U hV r-l r+mA r*. f> M'.t«p«r tin* fwr«*eh tiwertwn FRIDAY. OCT. C. 1916. Saving the Birds and Our Crops. Prevalent knowledge we must gave the bints to prevent de- struction of our crops by boll- wees ils. worms, insects and weeds has begotten strong de- ' sire anion a the p-oplt* to stop bird slau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEW8. [STEN: We make quality and service important features of our business as well as the matter of price. We aim that our cus- tomers will be so well satisfied IHKU- OUT that ihey will come again and again. Put us to the test, please. rockwell bros. & go. Lumber Dealers i I I I I i W. M. Biggs attended court in Eastland Monday. irala ^ ftrramtals II. r.«d«r. to m ll or prion. In th. .d pUrr. of M-ulrnr. of """ ---I- in th. ««k « po..lbl«. If ton know of trfh.r p.notnl. kindly ~ml ■TiT** tb. name of th. MO.munu-.nt. Thl. will „r-.tly *«'•< Th. N... In k«p- ihito«hwlthloc.lh.pp.nin«. nd willb*hl«hly.pprMinfd EditobJ Get the habit of smiling. This is easy if you trade with Bur- rows Gro. Co. J. N. Davis was in town Thurs- day with a car of mules which he had sold to Mr. Van Lander- hain of Oklahoma. We have good ready made j dress suits for men and boys in | stock, all wool, at the Racket ' Store. Mr. and Mrs. Laceyof Denton who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 October 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. \V' Imn Eddish Girl Would 6ive Eye to Aid French Soldier. By Associated Press. Paris, Oct. 3.—A younR Eng- lish girl has written to Dr. Ro- chon Duvigneaud, offering to give one of her eyes to a soldier who has lost his sight serving France. The girl, who lives in North Shields, had read a rccent statement by Dr. Duvingneaud, one of the famous oculists in France, that it was possible to save the sight of a inan wound- ed in the eye by grafting a por- tion of the cornea of another person. Throckmorton News Excerpts. The K. of F. Lodge of Throck morton plans to build a two story structure soon, to cost $8,000.00 to $10,(KMMM), the up- per story for a lodge room, and the lower for a business house. D. B. Thomas and others of Throckmorton are talking of drilling an oil prospecting well. Up to '^Thursday, September, 28th, the two^gins of Throck- morton had ginned Ml bales of cotton. The Baptist church ha- b> - gun on a parsonage to cost $150(1 Announcement. Rev. J. M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 October 1916

I ftL XXXIII, No. 19 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1916 lidcontinent Oil and Gulf Trail Highway Association Kghway From Corpus Christi to Wichita Falls Via Albany. ment attracted oiuch attention.) H|[)jj|]y B Q0St6FS tO AbllOflB rec°Knizes that this road should There were ten entries, each! he opened up, because the coun- jpaying $1.00. This together ty does not own the part of the with the $r,.(k) from the Booster I'ursday, Albany or ^hackel- Abilene road thru some of the ( 1 ub, made up a prize of $1000 ',ni "un ^ a " ' 1 cn<) pastures, and hence cannot spend for the winner and $f>.0() for the ,l11, v 1 'ITS money on it for improvements. ;second best. Derrell Douglass ,)V<'1 'mm Albany. hstimating four passengers to the car, there' . were probably 200 people in the I Singing Convention won the first prize without op- position. For the second prize Albany has landed another highway. That is the good news that the delegates to Wichita F^IIb had to tell when they re- turne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 October 1916

f i. ■ A THE ALBANY NEWS. We have delicious cold drinks and Alta Vista Ice Cream Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Sta- tionery, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. P. F. Castleberry & Son THE ALBANY MIWS ISSI'KI) EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER. - - • Publisher Cnt«r<>() nt the I'rnit Ofltr* • Mbiir v Tctnn. >«•« or«ICla*ft Mail Mutter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PKR YKAR prasises, together with other necessary information, must be forwarded by the secretary to the district Federal land bank. 7. If the district land bank ami the federal Farm Loan bant; and the Federal Farm !,o;.n boar upon examination, find that :tl ai>vi htisinc, hativv retirements have been complied Dim Uy iwlvrrtl>Mni *nti 4 nvrlo ln«4rtK n«. U> . ... ,, i jkt *ub<4M(iiMant • maul*" «. >2 1-2 with, H ChliTttT Will tM' lSSUCil 11M Miti< i«t inch for «**oh Soium r> due- ' , . . •« 2m will h«i niadi on wlvertuwm^nU-thut • r• une- tht? loflflS 1 i'SSl\ ♦ tflTrd f f a pair*or mow in nls* nr •! midfi'i IUc*nl« Ilin...

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