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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR iffW; enough to want your business, and gentleman enough to appreciate it. J. C. Russell We Bt*y Produce Phone 72 Mineola, Texas IF YOU EVER SLEEP j with an | Electric Fan * H in your bedroom you will never be | without one | TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT I ON FANS I FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS I SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC CU | Mineola, Texas j THE STATE OF TEXAS In the District Court of Wood Coun- ty, for the 7th Judicial Dictrict of Texas, October TERM, A. D., 1927 To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wood County-—GREETING: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- ED, that by making publication of this citation in some newspaper pub- lished in the County of Wood, State of Texas, if there be a newspaper published in said county (but if not, then in the nearest county where a newspaper is {published), for Four consecutive weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, you summon Char- les Martin whose residence is un- known to be and appear before the District Court in and for Wood County for ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

■mi f * ■: i i , B [ . . ■ • •,-<• . ■" . • •• * . • 1 ' / I r t 1 # • t tf ♦> A M l M ■ A T^K . MIW130EA MONTFdt. THE INK 3F ILi .y yeit> di> ' MineokSlab' Bank was. * ri ,. \' V. ' : . i'^,v 'zed £q* tjie cK| rc''- pufttose ot gwutg- •t" " i, "/ !.'■ unify a Better flanking Serwee. IWiAe same Board <df Directors, have : \f red- affairs so successfully that St ts i f*r-*it3 wide as -— 7E and PEPjBNDABM. • rtie same leadetship since organizaifion, y d;?ead.:at all times, preparing for periods *e$jien before they arrive, this bank has J j, l real help in ihe upbuilding of fjhe com- i and "has won;for ibelf the rightio be t i - -The Bank Of" Personal -Servi.ce.-r IEffli STATE IINEOLA. <.* ♦ ♦• ♦♦«►+ • ♦* ♦ ! SUMMERS istjait r*_nd liread unpleasant. V7e . j!!s and Tread Daily. BAKERY >la, Texas litten made a busi- ,o Dallas Tuesady. le of. Latex, Texas id to fMineola -•MH-—- gei the market eaai ai it apes Gro. Mr; and Mrs. B. M. Rankin were Tyler visitors Sunday. ■...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

Aafcj, Monitor , j A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" . • ■ - • "V''■ I , r■' ■ • .r"1 |V' V I . k— Ui. . • ili. ^ : Vol. 52. . s v MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 25, 1927 NUMBER 24 r; fiK i-i SPECK TATER JWii. A - -. v A shapely three year old "El Berta'' is the favorite ini ' my peach orchard. February found this hopeful maiden ■ superbly attired in a suit of exceeding richness of tint; a veritable Texas sunrise of II glorious hue, harbinger of abundant fruit. A freeze came, p| v and the health tint of ping gave place to the somber brawn of decay. After sever- al slays the sun came out again, and one little twig de- veloped three buds, a "Faith Hope and Charity" trinity, let us say, and so life per- sists. Freezes may repress, but they cannot kill so long as the Great Mother lives, and underneath each thin coating of cheerless ice, always there are peach blossoms, awaiting 5 the sunshine. "V, * ^iii If k Happiness is a state of mind, quite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

•• JX- ■ «•'. Wx'-V&Q?* ■ THE MINEOLA MONiTOK The Mineola Monitor Mineola, Texas, Published every Thursday at Entered at the postoffke at Mineola. Texas under the Act ef Congress, March 3, 1879. , R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months 75 Outsidg ©f County. One Year $1.50 Sis Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper fc limited to the amount of the tpace consumed by the error in the advertisement. THE HA! HA'S! ARE COMING. HO! HO! Which all mean in comon parlance tha£ our neighbors are not only talking about us but are giving us the laugh This is all brought about by Mineola not puting over the gas propostiion. , The quota of 250 has not been reached. Only 200 have signed. A pity that the re- maining 50 have not been se- cured. While the trade trippers were guests of Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

"V *1 THE IHNEOLA MONITOR NOTICE OF S4LE OF REAL ESTATE THE STATE OF TEXAS .. ' COUNTY OF WOOD. Whereas, by virture of an order of sale issued out of the District Court of Wood Coun- ty. Texas on a judgement rendered in said court on Feb- ruary 9, 1926, in favor of The First National Bank of Min- vs. R. J. Gaston, in cause No. 5286. I did on August 3, 1927 levy upon the following described tracts and parcels of land, situated in Wood County, Texas. First. The East half of the George Hallmark Survey of 320 acres of land about five miles Northeast of the town of Mineola. Second. 50 acres out of the Joseph Crockett Survey in Wood County, Texas, describ- ed as follows: Beginning 210 varas South of the N. W. corner of said 141 acre tract, out of same survey; Thence South 740 varas to S. W. corn- er of said 141 acre tract, corner in branch; Thence East •>S11 •> varas to stake for corner on S. B. L. of said 141 acre tract; Thence North 740 varas to stake for corner on N. B. L. of sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

■v |vf?:v +- •• i ' * • - ■ ■h'M THE MINEOLA MONITOR • i I *• PROVIDENCE , GOLDEN GLEANINGS Mr. an'd Mrs. E. A. Sikes and children of Friendship Spent Saturday night with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sikes. Joe Plunk and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Norris at Ft Worth this week. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gil- more and son James Harold of Silver Lake spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sikes. i Burford Norris is visiting his uncle Roy Norris and family at Fort Worth. Mr. Norris is visiting his son Roy Norris at Ft Worth at this writing. Lela Mae Hammons is visit- ing her uncle Walter Killam at Corcicana at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter and children spent from Fri- day until Sunday with Dock Doyle at Gladwater. Dean and Warren Crone of Dallas spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crone. H. P. Jones and family of Silver Lake spent last week with Auther Lutin and family. Mr. Fitz of Oklahoma* is vis- iting Will Overstreet at this writing. Esti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

(lllffc ■ferjr.,! Ir? THE MINEOLA MONITOR Continued from page one. course in the University of Texas, returning to Minleola vn 1902, he formed a partner- ship with his father, the late Col. B. B. Hart, and the writer, and engaged in the practice of law until about 1910 when he moved to Cross Plains to engage in the bank- ing businss, at which place he resided until his death. Soon after lie began his legal care- er, he married Miss Lucy Beaird, a daughter of that well known and loved citizen of Mineola, Lucius H. Beaird. and sister of Angus D. Beaird, a "0>5=^'0> Absolute Confide ncc 05 ES&i ''HERE * re chrcc tilings you 1 J should buy from houses in which you can place im- plicit faith Furs, Oriental rugs and gems—and gems, most of all, require confidence. 9Q A diamond purchased in this house carries the assurance of genuineness, character and worth. FLYNT'S Jcweler* in Mineoli? for 51 Years llllllllHlllllllllill TRY OUR DRINKS—THEY SATISFY | Curb Service jj Gity Drug Sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

$*■ K. \ 1KB MONITOR THE TEXAS STATE FAIR TO HAVE BETTER 410 MORE FIREWORKS There will be plen- ty of fireworks at the State Fair of Texas this year, both day and niglii . The management decided to drop the usual "spectacle" hh' 3h* nest show, Oct 3 ro and to not. into 'ae..ual iiicv.'jrks the money hitherto r.. on the pay r o ' s to act in these f «e- isequently, while there wi:I >vy, no parades or supers, alaces t ippling down as in akio, th - World Wn- jcles, f are will be iiro- a lot <>i; them and all of brilliant sorts that Many people com- ihows" which pre- TTirr.T .3 were somewhat une and orly < -rained the crowds /ho were really cbiirous of seeing the Ireworks and n • the preliminaries, the State Fair ' ■. magement is max- the new rx- perirnent, balicvlrcg that by putting .he *ost of the "shov/V ■#rrt > better and r. -ny fk works, th:y V.* U f If ise a large: cr wd an:i give a rea;'y 1 ot ter entertainment. t HTER OEMWO FOR iPAGi OH IMPLEMENT w mo? rtwnuy can ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE STATE OF TEXAS with an Electric FAN in your bedroom you will never be without one 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON FANS FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS SOUTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC CO In the District Court of Wood Coun- ty, for the 7th Judicial Dictrict of Texas, October TERM, A. D., 1927 To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wood County—GREETING: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- ED, that by making publication of this citation in some newspaper pub- lished in the County of Wood, State of Texas, if there be a newspaper published in > said county (but if not, then in the nearest county where a newspaper is published), for Four consecutive weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, you summon Char- les Martin whose residence is un- known to be and appear before the District Court in and fofr Wood County for the 7th Judicial District, to be holden in and for the County of Wood at the Courthouse thereof, in the City of Quitman, on the Second Monday in October A. D. 1927, being the 10th d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1927

: "VW n*:: :,■ -<* •• . * * - THE MINEOLA MONITOR WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF A GOOD BANK? •• We think a bank should be more than a safe place to keep your money. It is the aim of the officers of this institution to help the town and community in every way possible. OUR $ experience is at your service, whether you bank with us or not. Come in and talk over your problems with MINEOLA STATE DANK rH~ k!* DOT SUMMERS * Make Bisqv.it and Bread Baking unpleasant. We Bake Rtells and Bread Daily. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas . Trunks and Suit cases afc SEneola Hdwe Co. •HM ~ FJ E. Adams is in Dallas TSatey. -I-CK- Miss Maude Jennings is Waiting friends in Greenville. —-:o*— Mr. and Mrs. Eaves of Dal- were in Mineola today. -HH- W. A. Dark was a Dallas visitor last week. — Miss Maggie McCoy is Ssozne from Commerce. Fishing tackle of all kinds at the Mineola Hdwe Co. A good wood cutting axe for $1.65.ate Mineola Jidws Co. Mrs. Cousins who has been ill for several days has recov- ered. —*0* Mrs. S....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

i\' W: mm The A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" VoL 52. •t i . m, MINKOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1927. "'* * '4 ¥■ ■55—SftB! DUMBER ,25 ' .. j In T. & P. Wreck Fireman and Brakeman Leap to Safety as Engine and Freight Cars Plunge Into Ditch. Conductor Unhurt. s.Vf /'•' 1£ju - SPECK TATER DOVE SEASON September the First will ushur in the dove season. I Since it is the fashion to slaughter these Arkan mes- sengers as deplorable as it might seem to many, there will be hundreds bagged. I am not .a radical on the subject of killing doves, but I do wish that such were pro- hibited, for a few years there Would be few cotton worms and boll weevils to pestercate our cotton were these birds al- lowed to multiply in great numbers. But what I started out to say is, that many hunters while searching for doves can- not resist the temptation of shooting young quail which they encunter- Of course the law prohibits this. But laws also prohibit man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

■ *i WW The Mrneoia Monitor Mineola, Texas, Published every Thursday at Term of Subscription Wood County One Year •' $1.00 Six Months -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 "CONSISTENCY, THOU ART A JEWEL" Sub State Press of Dal- las News raises a question which is at least worthy of consideration. In replying to a squib by the newspaper at Grapeiand urging a strict ad- herence to the policy of trad- ing at home. State Press makes the point that all small towns contend for this prac- tice1 but that in the same breath they preach the worth of their wares and insist that others trade in their town whether residents of that town or not. These small towns advertise their products as be- ing1 the best and urge people outside to patronize them. The consistency lie says is poor. However, admitting that this be true, the fact remains that unless citizens of small towns f do practice this policy and remain absolutely loyal to the business firms in their town, it wont be long befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

' \ ' V',:; v mm r>-KV' -i • •■ ' I THE MINEOLA MONITOR , .^ x • ■ CONCORD attended Singing was fine last Sun- day afternoon. We extend an invitation to ail to attend our Singings eve(ry 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon's at 2:30. Bill Black returned from Houston last week. Ralph Black and Erby Gib- W; son of Haiiw. singing here SuT^fc T A Arthur Puckett ana family visited relatives in Hainesville Sunday. T. E. Hartsfield and family attended church at Quitman Sunday night Robert Apel of Mineola vis- ited in the home of J., A. Logue last week. K|| / k Sick Mm Reads a Dactar, And One Whe Knows. A Damaged Car Needs a Mechanic and One With Successful EXPERIENCE You Will Find Just That At— W. E. LOTT & SON'S GARAGE ■MmwaHiiiwmu{UffR{{(:H!nRiTmifiiRR()flii{oii!ffniiR{iini!miii!iii!imnimii!!iuRiiiRMiiif!ifiiiii!!inir.n!ain!iinii!ii!iiin!i!iiiiinn!UHiinmnmiiRT>m —SINCE 1906— | W. D. WILLIAMS' has served the good people of Mineola and the trade | territory about Mineola. | It has alway...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

THE MEWEOLA MONITOR t New Ladies' Dresses < ► :: New Ladies' Shoes <* I New Ladies' Piece Goods 1 f New shipments of everything to J \\ wear for ladies and gentlemen at E. D. Scott Mineola, Texas Roy Grays p^ows Now In Mineola Trinity River Bridge Opening and Barbecue PALESTINE, Texas. Aug., 30.-—A huge parade. with many thousands in the line of march, and lead by Governor Dan Moody and United States Senator Earle B. Mhyfield. will forrri> oW. the west bank of the Trinifv River twelve miles west of this city, on the morning of September 2nd., and march across the new quarter-million dollar bridge, thus formally opening the most important link in the highway' system of East Tex- as. Arnioifr]cement of plans for the bridge opening and barbe- cue of September 2nd., were given out yesterday following conferences of Anderson, Free stone and Leon County rep- resentatives. Addresses by Governor Dan Moody, Senator Mayfield. Con- gressman Luther A. Johnson of Corsicana, will feature...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR - .i- At* U i / ■': " City Barber Shop f With a bright prospect for a Fall Business, We have | tried to keep in pace with a progressive town by repainting our shop. Probably you hav'nt a business house to remodel but you do have a business head, and that's OUR BUSINESS. V. V. BLALOCK, Mgr. I IT'S YOUR ITA8TE THAT TELLS A nicely cleaned and pressed DRESS or SUIT looks much better when carefully sent direct from the shop to your home in- stead of being carted around for miles and miles. We have recently installed the latest machinery for pressing, named, The Fashioner it shapes as well as presses. Samples for Fall Suits are here. Come in and be measured. J C. SHIELDS LOSES FORD COUPE Late Saturday night J. C. Shields Sr, who lives on the Hainesville road had the mis- fortune of losing his Ford Coupe. He became aware of his loss at four o'clock Sunday morning when a neighbor came to his house to borrow the car to go for a doctor. Mr. Shields gave his key to the neig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

JL THE MBHEOLA MONITOR "Character Shown by "Five-Minutes" Test Wmy tilings—the "placing" of one' shape of the chin, manner of wrifctag, and so on—ludicate charac- Ik; tat surest of all is the revelation ■ate by "the-happlest-flve-minutes-in- As day" test. Ikose whO1, when they go to bed, |pt * book, make themselves comfort- aMfc, sigh with content, stretch them- arivcs, and can say, "This Is my hap- Ave minutes," have mental pow- «*. Ssaugination. foresight and self- ■Cn« . They often have some out- rtMdlrvg gift, such as music, or paint- ***111. Aese whose happiest five minutes tte last possible five in bed in the ng are of strong character, but and domineering. Th'ofee w"ho that their happiest five min- spent when thejr sit down to *-principal meal and let their ap- !*■ have full sway are, as a rule, ' but Just. They are the "big*' 'the world of business, with no and very loyal to their friends, ■whose happiest five minute^ *■*- tfte> ones given to a stroll around <fc gjuiid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

I > |Tn';| THE MINEOLA MONITOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROBATE OF WILL THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood Countv, Greetings: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to cause the fol- lowing notice to be published in a newspaper of general' cir- culation which has been contin uously and regularly published for a period of not less than one year preceding the date of the notice in the County of Wood. State of Texas, and you shall cause said notice to be printed at least once each week for a period of ten days exclusive of the first day of publication before the return POPULAR RATE LABOR DAY EXCURSION to DALLAS AND FORT WORTH PACIFY RfilLWAY ROUND TRIP FAIR From MINEOLA $2.75 Tickets to be sold for all Trains Scheduled to Ar- rive Dallas and Ft. Worth, Sunday Sept. 4th. Final Limit to leave Dallas or Ft Worth not later than Monday Night, Sept. 5th. A CHANCE FOR A REAL OUTING AT SMALL COST 'DOUBLE HEADERS" MONDAY (LABOR DAY) Between Teams of Texas League SHREVEPORT AT ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF A GOOD BANK? We think a bank should be more than a safe place to keep your money. It is the aim of the officers of this institution to help the town and community in every way possible. OUR experience is at your service, whether you bank with us or not. Come m and talk over your problems with MINEOLA STATE BANK fllllffllHilW 1 HOT SUMMERS Make Biisquit and Bread Baking tanipfeasant. We Bake Rolls and Bread Daily. NUSS' BAKERY Mineola, Texas J. L. Beckham was a Dallas -visitor yesterday. Unfurnished rooms for rent Jfr&, T. A. BECK. 2tc Cottonseed meal should not 2>e fed to young calves. Cecil Williams of Greenville is visiting his parents here. New Items in Embroidery Goods arriving daily. Warren's Variety Store. * —— For Sale: Some good second hand furniture. W. D. Kitch- ens. ^*0*1*—- See us before you buy wagon sheets and cotton sacks J. H. Sharp and Son. *0v Misses Ora Pritchett, Ellie Phillips and Talmadge Justice were Tyler visito...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 September 1927

; ,#"- ;.,'f I jpi&ISSW VMy'xM: Mrs. J. J>, Biackwell ' ••at* k 11-M . > / . -> \ .. >; - .* ••' ' * V" - •'"TV • . :x- 1 -• '-,"f *;.% • *."" •• ' ■■:■'•, ■ \r ' -v •:.• . f •• hrtrr.'. The Mineola - -W < i . A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE V C:t. 52 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1927. NUMBER 26* Buggy Shaft Pierces Lad and Proves Fatal In an accident which hap- pened Jast Wednesday night two miles south of Mineola, Warren Capps of Winnsboro, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Capps, was struck in the back bv a buggy shaft and died as a result of the injury shortly afterwards. Young Mr. Capps was riding with his brother and another young man in a gravel truck, t&e two brothers being on the back part of the truck. They met a buggy driven by a * jtiegyo. In trying to avoid the incoming vehicle the rear of _ .She truck swung in the path of the shaft and it was deflected upward, striking the young man in the upper part of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 September 1927

pf >7. m *■ •? " 1 ' 1 ' V '/> ' ' ■■ ' / ' -l f; ■' TUB MINEOLA MONITOR ' ' • | f ttU-.f * M S. • The Mineola Monitor Mineola, Texas, v Published every Thursday at '• •• ' & m ^#4 Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. CarraWay, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 m TO OUR READERS The editorials this week fea- ture those matters whch con- cern our schools. They are written to remind parents, I er than by years, pupils and teachers of the of a child's li^e are lasting. Hence the necessity and ur- gency of selecting proper teachers. The teacher who teaches un- til something else shows up which is better is not the type to employ. Some teach until a good chance to marry comes along: others, until sme other profitable position is offered: while scores make it a pro- fession anti life work. ...

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