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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

-i u AND NEWS R. If. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1917. v $1,00 Year. VOL. XXXII No. 22 If-, S7 f u n Much speculation lias been mdulg- fci by the public since the roturn of Mr. Ferguson fa Temple as to his future plans and intentions. "WJiat j Ferguson going to do?" has been skcd, over and over, so b a point at information tho ox-govornorv was willed 6n by a Telegram roprosepta- fcivo Monday, who found out consid- erable regarding his plans for the fu- ture, both immediate ,nnd ultimate, that will doubtldss pfbvo of interest, both to his friends and enemies (and everyone in this section is cither ono or the other). ,. First and foremost, he is going ta start a newspaper This plan is defi- nitely settled in fact, subscriptions are already being solicited over tho state for tho "Ferguson Forum," a weekly newspnper to be edited by him and printed in .Temple. The sub- scription price is to" be $1 per year, and tho ex-governor says it wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

I h i I i ill il l II i HW.MMl.nmu. loB il. fo . I. - . She TRIBUNE and NEWS FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. . Thla war quostion Is no longer a Abatable one. It hns passed that stage. Tho El Pao Times undortakos to admonish its roadura against thd evil influence of gossip and takes for its tot tho following: An ovangblist addressing n woman's meoting not so very long ago nor so very far from El Paso, took up tho subject of gossiping and endeavored to im--press upon the minds of his hear- . ' tho evil of a practice that is al- together too common. Ho said tlfy gossip has the ability to sec things as -they aro not and then to advertise to their acquaint- ances what they imagine they sec. It is quite amazing, tho sponsor declared, how much some- peoplo know about other pcoplo'sv affairs especially the things that novor really happen - , ' The Times tfion proceeds with its lava? If not, it should do so. Tho lecture. But vhcro it gets started Yhoit Calico goes to,, GO cents a yard and shoes to $25 a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

'i ". ' I. v, -t i t-ii X. . ' ' l & i ;" r ' r7 MOVHS STAMPED AT BELTON . VOll HIGHWAY BOND ISSUE. Beltoh, Tex., Oct. 25Tho mass meelinir hold nt the court Iioubo In Boltontonlght in tho interest of Boll ountyhighways, endorsed tho propo- sition blanket bom issue to take wp tho outstanding bonds of tho coun- ty , and provide funds for road 1m-1 provomont, and appointed n commits tee t5 drftft n petition to the com-' BiiOslonors' court. i The meeting, which hnd a splendid representation' of substantial citi- aeng from over the entire county, was nlU)d to order by Charles M. Camp- boll, of Temple. Mr. Campbell ox- plained that the purposes of the mass meeting were to consider the matter f the blanket bond issuo nnd to hoar tho report from tho committee, which Uad been to Austin to confer with tho attorney general. Judge M. B. Blair was then elected to. preside over tho meeting. "W. P. Dohmnn made a report of tho commllteo, which had been to Austin. vThe committee, selectod by tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

fiMrWw1 n:-W'' mwmMmmvw a 'ir-.v;" i", 'i -' , kr 6 TRIBUNE and NBWS' Friday, November 2. There were 24,940 bales of cotton sinned in Willinmson county prior tp Oct; 18, 1917, as compared with' 90,- 960 bales ginned prior to Oct. 18, 1916. People who don't mind their own businosB, bring more misery into fam- ilies, societies and churches, than everything else. They turn the plcns- ,ant, peaceful stream of good will into n loathsome pool; they intrude on ground whore angels would evon fear to trend. Now, minding one's own business is the very best remedy for the itching cars that are never sat- isfied with hearing and the busy tongue that hurries to speak cruel words. Minding your own business will turn your attention to self, and you will forget to watch so closely the shortcomings of others; it Trill make peaceful homes, happy neighbors, and iuiet consciences; and you will bo able to realize and more fully com- prehend the truth spoken in holy writ, "Blessed are the peacemakers". A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

ViV .'' ,)'! . bi'A' WiV H.. R-r "2 '' IW I acals and personals! i.niinniami3n.iiiiiiijiinjiuii ii hi iiii ' Residence For Sate. I am iroine to soil mv residence. west of Hair's gin, and, offer it for ?G56 cash. Must- sell Niok Pattsv was a Waco viBltor Tuesday. s . Mrs. A, V. Stephens, of Waco, is 1 hero on n visit Phonq 129 gets M. P. Lawrence at the wagon denies on railroad. Ji D. SlawBorv was in the Prairio Doll scctiort Wednesday on business, "' W. Q. TiBdnle was in town Thurs- 1lay and made the Tribune a pleasant Call.' Messrs. F. H. Leslie, C. R. sRuda- slll and J. D. Blair werq in Temple Tuesday on business. i. , , , Ed. Scott, who llvoe in Swisher county, id here-on a visit to his par- ciits, Mr, and Mrs. John Scott John Lindcmann was in town yes- terday and remembered the Tribuno with his annual dues. ( Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bolding and Miss Nolio Bolding visited in Austin Thursday. - FOR SALE: New Perfection No. 34 four burner and oven, burned less than year. G. d. Kulqr. A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

. k" t,,mU i Lmln, nhMuiAlJh Jjfy 4 "-tJ ' ""j ' i T ifn rftin iifi nrwiii) ii iitfim ttii, m Ik K ' i'w & . u- I Convenient Improvements 'for Your Home that will delight the whole family. French Doorfc in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen, We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements ' I . i Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner Ned Bartlott wa3 hero this week, from San Antonio. Jim Taylor, of Oklahoma, was hero Tuesday on a short visit to his broth- er, Wos Taylor, and family. Messrs. H. J. Scharnberg, W. F. Lindcmann, and Bill nnd Charley Lindemann, Jr., left Tuesday for South Texas on a deer hunt. FOR LEASE: Will lease hotel in Granger very cheap. Address P. 0. Box 37, Bartlett, or telephone No. 318. 16-tf. W. V. Irvin ret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

muIm POSXMASTKRR REQUIRED TO IVVmOKA RESENTS 'INNUENDO ATl'AClC. ijanui.h kisvjmnius mami's. hmiiAi wa SK I !'' M tr , Thn fonf.utn nf ihn now wnr tnx Uw will bo glad tidings to tho pub Kc since tho tax has to bo paid. THat i the fuct that thoso necessary stamps will bo on salo at every post- office in sufficient quantities and In xll denominations. Tho public must nriitaMlrtnd. hnutavcr. thnfc tho noat- ( master ond his clerks will not be ox- footed to know nil of tho ins and outs f tho tax matters. They will slm- ! Jly sell the stamps and you must pro- vide your own inf6rmntion as to what alue to affix. Heretofore, banks and few stores seeking to accommodate tfielr customers personally and using theif own money to buy a supply have kept the stamps on hand. But nder section 800 of tho now law, tho postmaster general will bo given u supply of the stamps and thoy will a sent out to postmasters on rcquisi- ' Mnns. Penviaion- ! mndo to causo l..4a. l Iiui 4.. niHri iNiikAnnnfli l.r..Hn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 November 1917

mmfmmr rn W w-" , ,;.4 m Altfffftl-fcl " !WMfe S l"rl II i II 11H1' ftei fl.vin ouuttNuniD iiff" iiiiiikiiwiini i , s u il Fill bUSJILibI SeLeI 2 ,v$v nSly LsJuUnilUii' PROGRAM OF BXAS COTTON PALACE, I r,.;i Borate ever staged j k"' i . mf- IN TEXAS. lorM-Famed Imtcs . Band in .JCiI'ipw. tv,:1 rrtu tIt4I. iHg Automobile Races and "" Spectacular " War Display. o r';T)-. fer .. r'-'-' !.. i '.. i -1- I'-v-W B. OFFICIAL PROGRAM V ' '"', $: ,T$I!W totton Palace Exposition, Wn- h.' ''!'"'!( c0 November 3rd to 1Bth IX-VSyi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD- I'.-urfjJwWlldrtti'jj Day, Public' School Day, Bv' 4;W 'Mohnty School Day. ' ?i.. i'V5'"A' a. m. Buildiues Onon. IS. .htg,Mfc .. ... ?.... A- M.; ",KSV'A!.uvi a. mi uouou . parauo wiur hj ,.' w?iny uaw and novot features. VhSKtL? A ft Irt .Pnnfhiilt Tnvno TTnlvnl-alti :v -r -:rafiji v. . v r." w " -"-' LJi-'ftV-.-l nn..ln TrHnA.MH.t AtlilnilH nau . Huiui ujjivuimtj'. jnuiubiu did Cotton 1'ataco Exposition Ulldfl. AffrjS, S:30 p. m.Tho Song of' th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

VmJ AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 23 U.S. PATROL VESSEL SUNK; 21 AMERICANS LOST. Believed to Be One of Yachts Turned Over to U. S. By American Clubmen. """wowicwwnr fm-irfTt'jwrwwiMu mi w i n , tww i " " W Ml WIWHIII .,. ! II J II IIIMIJ I r -' TRENCHES; 4 KILLED. American Boys Highly Praised By French Gen. In Com- mand of U. S. Troops. WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN FRANCE, Nov. 5. A smnll de- tachment of American infantrymen was attacked in the first line trenches early Saturday morning by a much superior force of German shock troops. The Americans were cut off from relief by heavy barrage fire in their rear. They fought gallantly until overwhelmed solely by numbers. Tho fighting in the trenches was hand-to-hand. It was brief and fierce, m the extreme. .As a result of the enountcr three Americans were kill- od and four wounded. A sergeant ind corporal and ten men were taken prisoners. Two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

m ? fa TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDW. NOVEMIJEU . Some people have no record upon which to build, and thercforo have to "draw on" others' records to make any impression. Bownrc of tho mtm who crios, "stop thiof," until he can produce tho thiof. This is worth remembering, and might save you some trouble. A Bartlett man once said: "Ad- vertising does no good. I've quit." He did. A year later he said: "Bus- ncss is rotten. I'm broke." He was. The Progress reports that a num- ber of farmers, near Holland, within tho last few days, have lost a score or more of fine hogs, due, it is thought, to poisoned feed. s A Judas Iscariot club has been sug gested, but after some investigation, it was found to be one of the oldest organisation on record, but working on the q. t. Dallas complains of a gas short- age; she has nothing on Carthage. The latter city had a gasoline short- ago last week when buzz juice was a3 hard to find as a booze joint in a dry town.Lufkin News. According to an opinion rendered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

t ARTICLES PERTAINING TO f o TIIE RED CROSS, b o- "Writo lottcra of Xmnn cheer to tliat Bon brother, husband or friend telling him nil about home ovoiy litUo detail. The men who arc fight- ing for you at tho front livo from mail to mail. Send them cheer of tho kind that Porshing'a smile im- ports to his commands. Red Cross Will Need Contribution Soon. St. Louis, Oct. 22.- Henry P. Dav- idson, of New York, chairman of tho war council of the American Red Cross, said here today that the $100,- 000,000 raised for thf Red Cros3 last summer would not last longer than tho early spring of 1918, and that tho people should be prepared to make another large contribution with- in n few months. Mr. Davidson in an address here today said that as a result of the campaign of last summer $74,000,000 had been paid into the Red Cross treasurry, and it was expected that additional collections would bring tho total to $101,000,000. "Of every dollar contributed to the Red Cross," he said, every dollar an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

ir .J t4U Sample Line of Ladies Dresses Only 3 dozen JII31 Arrived Crepe Metior Messalines Serges Sold Much Under Their Value. $1350 to $25.00 each The prettiest line of dresses we have ever shown. Call early before they are all gone and make your own selection. I m 1 mm Ladies Ready to Wear Department o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. o On last Friday afternoon, the Bart-' lctt High School football team wont to Rosebud. The toam was torn up on account of four members boing incliRiblc. In spito of this fact, the Bartlctt team put up n game fight against n much heavier team. How- over, the Bartlett team had to bite the dust. The score was 18 to 0. At the suggestion of Miss Andrews the faculty and the High School sub- scribed fifty dollars for a Liberty Bond. After putting it to n vote, wo decided to sell tho bond and use the money by buying n victroln for the High School. The Seniors are planning to have a new page in tho annual. Ten votes will be given with each annual. The four girls receiving ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

it te. ft. r iv -. J'M' ftv '1 '$ I) Who is "Number One59 are impressed everywhere throughout the nation. The new mystery serial story by Anna Katharine Green. The fifteen episode serial featuring dainty Kathlean Clifford. A Paramount will soon be shown at the Crescent Theater . LOCALS AND PERSONALS Epworlli League Program Nov. 11. Topic: "Socking the Worth-While Things." Teacher, V. I. Moore. Scripturo Prov. 8:10-21, Matt. 0,- 33, Miss Efilo Lou Modosctto. "What should wo value the most highly in Life, Miss McKnlght. "What really makes a Great Life?" Miss Lora Modosctto. Special Music: Misses Webster, Cowscrt, Lora Modosctto. "The Master's Scale of Value", John Rowntrec, "Eflkioncy-For What", Glenn Lind- soy. Male Quartet. "Worth-While Uosults of Socking God and His Kingdom," Tom White. "Bible story, "Solomon'e Choice," Ruth Hnrlan. The League will hold services at 7:1C. This will be instead of the reg- ular Sunday night sermon. Every- body is welcome. IL T, Blair was in Bertram We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

r f J knm Convenient Improvements For Yoyr Home that will delight the whole family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen, We will glady furnish yoiublue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCH1LD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner Mr. G. L. Barcficld was hero Sat- udny from Davllla with somo fino sweet potatoes for sale. LOCALS AND PERSONALS "The Slacker," at the Crescent Theatre, Nov. 24. Douglas Fairbanks, in the Ameri- cano, Saturday at the Crescent. Miss Bonnie Brown, Resident Nurse. Phone 12. Grover Kuler visited the Cotton Palace Tuesday. Cherry Bark Cough Syrup free from narcotic, for Cough, Hoarseness and Soro Throats. Condra & Blair. Dr. Goddard, of Holland, was hero Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitlow were here Monda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

mm J w h i -, -i J , w A TRAIN STRUCK AUTO; SIX PEOPLE KILLED NEAR WACO. T. P. Robinson Returns From Fair, Wnco, Tox., Nov. 4. Tlio crash- ing of a Katy passenger train into an automobilo at Elm Mott, nine miles north of Waco, resulted in tho death of six pcoplo shortly before 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Tho dead: T. M. Sanders, ngedv38. - Mrs. T. M. Sanders, aged 3G. Mrs. Florence Whatley, aged 03. Anna Whatloy, aged 14. Wilburno Whatley, aged 8. II. O. Whatley, agcu io. Tho first four named wsro killed instantly. Tho little boy died in a Wnco hospital two hours later. AVas Chelf Clerk at Houston Office. II. 0. Whatley was choif clerk in tho car scrvico department of tho In- ternational and Great Northern rail- road at Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. What- loy and tho two Whatley children lived at Penelope, whore Mr. San- ders was a bookkeeper in tho em- ploy of tho Penelope Hardware com- pany. Mrs. Sanders was Mr. What- ley's sister, and a daughter of Mrs. Florence Whatley. An...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 November 1917

t s K ivem 7 ' -'jm. nil w TRULY the GREATEST and GRANDEST SALE of MODERN TIMES! E do not ask you to take our word for this colossal and sensational carnival of values, but we do beseech you to come and see for yourself. Bring your wife and your children and buy everything you need for for Fall, while the prices have the bottom knocked out. It will pay you to come miles to this extraordinary trade event. EVERY ARTICLE IN THIS STORE GOES. NOTHING RESERVED m m I handle the special line of Armor Plate Hosiery for men women, and children and every pair must go if possible During This Sacrifice Sale Article This Store Will Be Closed Friday, November In order that every article in I. L. Brown's store may be cut to unparalleled prices. RARE BARGAINS. OUR GUARANTEE Our reputation is back of every article sold in this sale. Begin- ning Saturday morning we will sell new fall merchandise at unhe- leivable prices. The values offered at this sale will popularize this store for years to come. W I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

rtvr wi Vf" AND NEWS R. F. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 24 w T'yp'' ,ym? jk s wii ill rill : i- i'i Y" , SAMMIES AMBUSH PATROL PARTY IN NO MAN'S LAND Americans Get Partial Manuever Between Raid.-- German WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN PRANCE, Nov. 14. American infantrymen exacted n partial re- Tenge for n trench raid during a re- cent night by ambushing a largo Ger- man patrol in No Man's Land, hilling r wounding number of the enemy. Tho American patrol, in which there some Frenchmen, arranged the am- buscade near the German lines on a shell ruined farm. After lying in tho mud nearly all night tho patience f the watchers wan rowarded by the sight of a large German patrol, its mumber more than double that of the Franco-Americans. Tho Germans were permitted to pass when the Am- ericans nnd Frenchmen on their flank pened a hot fire from shell craters and other shelters, where they were secreted. The German...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

m m minium vRHI i 75he TRIBUNE nnd NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. No, "the speculators don't like Mr. Hoover, n little bit A little street improvement in the way of culvert repairs, is in ordor in Bartlctt. This is not a command, but a suggestion. Tho Bell county grand jury, Sat- urday evening, returned sixteen bills f indictment for felonies and three for misdemeanors. J. T. Gillespie sold his farm of C8 acres adjoining tho town to D. L. Stoker, the consideration being $155 per acre. Grandviow Tribune. The Waxahachio Light advises: "Do your full duty to your country, your neighbor and yourself. Then when tho curtain of night is drawn around you, you can pass the time in peaceful sleep and pleasant dreams". The Tribune i3 too busy, with its own affairs to investigate the condi- tion of any man, or to pay any at- tention to insinuations. In fact, it believes that the majority of folks have about all tho moral and finan- cial obligations to meet that they can very well stand, without leavi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

PRESBYTERIANS IN UNITED STATES WANT UNITED DODY. PREPARE YOUR BIRDS FOR SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBIT. ) ARTICLES PERTAINING TO y V A c w yr. &1. v. m .t m ;. fjf!rf v-rr J.4 p.- ew 2 . wm,rv -M k tt r, I- , ,4 '- '15'' XlUi 1USU OKUHft. I y xnv iiini'iibMu vu wunn( In the United States, the chief work of tho Red Cross, In tho- first six months of tho war, has been prin- cipally in tho cantonments of tho Na- tional Army and tho National Guard. Field directors have been appointed for each of the camps and each has been supplied 'with warehouses and a stock of medical and gecnrnl arti- cles for use of tho enlisted men. Units of the Red Cross sanitary services are co-operating with public kealth authorities in the districts sur- rounding sixteen of tho cantonments, preventing tho outbreak of epidemics or tho spread of unsanitary conditions to tho civil population surround'n;? the camps. In addition tho Red Cross chapteis have undertaken to knit 1,GOO,000 sets of sweaters, mufflers nnd wris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

r Wmtm it.' 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Men lwaya Jose what they seek selfishly to keep. Sometimes this may not aeon to be truo; Yet when the final balances nro made, it h to bo true. Speaking of street carnivals, the Smithville Timos finds them: "Mor- ally as a whole, they are bad. Ed- ucationally they aro nothing. So- cially they aro vulgar. Economi- cally they aro detrimental". Notwithstanding that something like ?100,000 has been paid out by the farmers of Bartlett and surrounding country for feedstuff, and the corn is yet to Lo bought, there is not a more optimistic set of folks on earth Let it ever be thus. A speed maniac drove an auto from San Antonio to Dallas, 304 miles, in six hours and fifty-five minutes, an average speed for the trip of forty- seven miles per hour, and at times making seventy-two miles an hour. Going some. Mcxia News. And he was not arrested even though he violated the State law. But his speed was a menace to the life of every fowl, every ...

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