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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

Sr A lis f V I ENEMIES OF AMEMC Success aluay iioiluci lilies We hi nol disuisin external iitctilics of Nmtii > cause liei danger i not lnii oiil il is ft 0111 within is being run mud in llosoill Let in t > Mii KIRST T1c I ci Rood rcr i i r I id i baU iirin nr i hi Jivni i iim i In i li n I ln > on > after n mi t I til neili itcl in i i fan lit I i l > nl < i undcsirabl lien tltci In i i n u1 li i li cenlcrcil mil i f ir i i t t WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW own nlTurs that they mil nut gin j tin pi m tt i i il pnilit CO ID DiMcint for law i t i in l lll l I II t il i i n i i In ioe i l l Mlllfl of nil i niin 11 i nii JUNGLE JOHH < l I at Youve made yer mind up Jenny so there s tiothin left to say tliat I reckon would impress ye to do some oilier way You never was a sttililxirn child or one that don t behave but you re mighty sot Ive noticed on the little tilings you crae hfo you re goin to the City where there s heaps of fine career and worlds of opportunities around...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

t Tkt No S li 1 He Is Ushering War Buck Into Europe ylltc most recent picture of MusUpha kcniil Pasha leader of Turk ish troop who defeated the Greeks and dragged England into a new war in defense of Constantinople and the Dardanelles Kcnial Pasha kai proved himself to be a military senilis ANNUAL COUNTY EXHIBIT OF CLUB MEMBERS A SUCCESS Thr annual inintv ihibit of t lub Members Products was held in Tulin last Snturdnv September 30 at Lup tone barn under the direction of County Agent P C Bennett Seventeen membors of the County AgentB Clubs were here with exhibits and their display was a eredit to these young men and ladies our coming generation Mueb older people would hae > o little job competing with them C F Walker of Canyon was here iisd judged the hop ohn Wood of Kress judper he j iultr division No cash prices win ci hut each oni ex hibiting reeon 1 11 e ind of ribbon prize Follow 1 st of t rrues swarded F t Barrow 1 Trcd n V u 2 1 m 1 at ip Red Hi I Durocs Sows 1 fru Mie T 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

> w i th < Volume 13 I0B30C H O w 3 I D Kli i siie 1MCH sg lit T70 kfr ip r n H Lro the in tio > it IOE THE TULIA locaoc aoxaoc 3Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Done Flynt Jewelry Company 30E30o n o The GIFT SHOP for GIFTS that LAST O XOC30I 30E30E = noc3oc = JULIA HIGH WINS OVER j WAYLAND COTTON TAILS loach West h team run true In form again Saturday afternoon when the dofeitod the Wnyland College CottonTails liy a score of 3 to 0 Tho game as whole was slow but lard fought throughout Wuylimd won tlio toss ami chose to defend the cast goal with Tulia rereixing Tulia started with a ruah making two first downs on loan ond runs and through Way lands hoax lino Hut they were finally held nn the ten yard line and the playing urir the first half was in the middle of tl field until the last few minutes when Tuliab line weakened and Way a < JvUgwas threatening to score when the > hiRtlo bTovr This proved to hove lieen the onl iitiiO they li > ns they were held for 1 ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

K 1 f f ME SWEET iohie 0 cw like the old one bc t Terry Gilkison ACTOCiSItl JO PLAY AJOTMCR ILLECnON BEFORE 60IMG t NT THVT FINE SEVENTYFIVE MILE COTTON BOW IN WEST TEXAS Now comes West Texa with its most recent claim to greatness a cotton row 75 miles in length Five or six miles across the Wilharcer line into Foard eounty it can he found on the farm of Tohn L Hunter of Marqare Hunters neighbors are aware of the wonder in their midst Hunter for year has been a large whrit grower and i kt present a eounv imiiii er To tave time he pointed M i nnn in pw of which there arc 1 < > r r He merely stirted at the ov < r ege of te field and drllcd in a hi go pie to he center UK the puzzle t lite mi the ase fhate niitk t v < i t n < t d it i ut If the o j < s row n r < v nrd in those r > r id V es Tetri villingtu put i i i it > > re1 of the There ar f mtiH or i di 4 lfFred a 0 to cultivate the lyniPrnl Theres no plac stop is thetr ami l inner MAKES 500 PER CENT ON ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

I Every HH nrai IOI XOE30I OE30E n o SHOES SHOES Entire Shoe Stock Reduced On our Shoe Bargain Counter you will find some wonderful values We have taken all our odds and ends and broken lots and put them on these tables Many Shoes bought this season included At half and less than half price X0E30E = = 30EX0E aoEaox = ing Sterling Brand Yd 46c = 30E30E 30E30E = 30E30E 30E30C 30E30E Q Boys School Hose ex tra heavy Dont pass this up Pair 23c Childs taped Union I Suits bleached Suit 69c onaoi 0XT30I 0E30I ttf + < Vli nonoc aonoc X0E30I I0E30I IOEXOI n O aotaoc 301 = 201 30I I0E30I IOC30I 16 30E30E 30E30E 30E30I uUOI a jm si Suit 69c = 30E30E 30ESOE = Sterling Brand Yd 42c IOE3030E30I I0E300E30I Ladies Silk Hose Phoenix brand 98c aonononoc 30E30tZ0E30E X0E30I I0E30I O E30E300E30E 3QE30K0E30E 81inch Bleached Sheeto81inch brown Sheeting = 30E30K = 30E30E 30E30E = 30E30E = THK TULIA HBBALD sssbbbbibhisbsbessbbbbbbbbssbbbbssb > V 5T5irat raeSB3BrCOTiSBffil KSEH3ECkKK u brown I0E30E = =...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

n < flgC i0 4 THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN BALL Publishers ity Thc small town bankers sec in such a suggestion their elimination They ne the fact too that the branch bank would mean the presence of the man in the community who is not of the community and that consequently loeal credits would soon br in a topsy turvey condition It seems a fact that even the moat astute financiers may find worthy of consideration that an intimate knowledge of resources and character which is the basis of credit form a strong ground that o more unified organiza tion yould be rble to work out a better iysteia of flouncing the farmer There is a need he contends f i morij grtelunl marketing of the farmer s t1I5ffe Cr V7ch is trje Thi5 oi oursc < r m t a r longer term credits to necommo jfiLi j s locr process of selling Paper bastu upon the sefarAy oi non poiishable omuushliiet Meyer states should be made eligible for rediscount for the length of time neies sary to market a seasons product be fore the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

ft t ft LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 Car of flno Arkansas tipples mow on l > nd Prices right A KILCKKASH Mr E W linker mill son Hal re 1 urnuil lust wook from mi extended visit in DulliiB The Herald fan Inkt your Hiilircrii ion to any magaVino or newspaper al trices tu p GH ow ufl l ° nwpil Try ug Mrs l iV Howard and son L Jr pent the iiiHt week viHitlnvwith hnmu oiks in Turkey Texas It will pay you to see Thompson Pro dtieo before you hoII your eggs and fryers Mr and Mrs Lon Huekhaults Miss Mario Woffnrd and H C Perkins wctc businesti visitors In Amarillo Monday CLEANING AND PKESBING Work allod for and delivered CITY TAIL OK BHOI 404e Clarence Ioriniu tori nt Hriseoc conn y was ii business viaitor in Tulia Thursday Car of line Arkansas apples now on i nd Prices rijht A KILCIULVSF The B Y 1 U will hold a baked cake halo at tho Home Hakory Haturdny October 14th Halo will begin promptly at B oclock a m Mr and Mrs C U Iain of OagO Oklahoma spent lout weekend in the home of Mr and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

i > BARTONS HEVELED BUN3RS ABB MADE TBOM THE BEBT aBADB or riNE evaporated salt produced by thb BARTON SALT CO lsWili r Wv 11 It SIT BLOCK Tor Salo By FARMERS GRAIN CO FHONE ICO 15 OMPANY TUIiIA TE A IIIIIIBBIIIBBIiSHBBIIIIBBIRIIIIIII < lllllll The best Of < Groceries BinmiiMCirjiiiiiiffluiiiiiuiLirTO EAGLE TAILORING Dig up your winter suits and overcoats and call me at once We will repair and clean them and make them look like new Also see our Snappy Fall Samples Suits and Overcoats 2500 to S3500 made to your own measure Ladies work a specialty Phone 184 Work called for and delivered 1 7 sniciisnzsEinniiinEjasni SoRE f r PooyctHG PCR MILKl T UE > n Cut the Cost of Production Profit in dairying depends to i reat extent on reducing the cy t yur gallon of producing ri Govs on pasture slip down m it ilk flow Experienced dairymen have found they csn produce more milk at less cost per gallon by feeding a littH concentrate With Cow Chow you tan cut the cost of production per g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

I h 14 m NEWS Tlio attendance of llio West Jojciih Oiio of tliu largest cat tin dipping op statu Nurmnl College lma reached C07 orations over undertaken in Huh coun which in four inorju limn tliu entire try Is now In full Jilnst nbout a lialf enrollment of last yonr milo houth of 1rlonn whore the firm of llinca OBrien aro engaged In dipping Abilene Oct IiiIiii Ileal Sliced aliout 7000 hcail of eattlo 1000 head ehargud with obstructing public juutlco of their own and tho renialnilcr cut tie trji intimidating a witness in federal belonging to neighboring ranchers ciurt wan convicted and sentenced to two yoara In prison In tlio federal r > wii q court hero today Aniarillo Oct 7 Mirvin Ioiioh eon cattle giossm in from Huh illntriet i upending venting lie liitmiiH between tensions of congrcti lm Amarlllo bin homo Mr Jonoi be Jlovca President Harding will call a fpecial session of tlo legislative making about Novombor 10 1oHt City Oct U It looks like a nulldlng boom horo with one now r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

KKI A > T 1e 4a Ct costj in mi duct conct > H8 Smyrna Burning As Turks Massacre Christians Mr and Mr > It MeManigal en tertained the birthday club last Saturday night with a 42 party Lovely refreshments of coffee sandwaeh fruit salad cake and doughnuts were I served to about l ourty gujsts Tho Baptist meeting started Monday night with two services a daj Mr and Mrs Vestor Whitman ind two sons left Saturday for the Dia fair They went through in their car A number of ear loads of cattle were shipped out of Happ Thursday and Friday Mr N W Uselding went to Kansas City Friday with cattle Altic White and Van Foster were Ianjon illers Saturday Mr Bridges one of the Happy teachers was sick all last week and unable to be at school but is back at work now The Senior class is practising every night for a play to be given soon The Needle Club met with Mrs Ernest White last Thursday and will meet with Mr A A Fonken net week The Christian meeting closed Sunday night after a week of splend...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

> At cha TiUME 13 Mtit J wlilc I imrol HvWHO f f monl Yolni Iinic M10 < unrvi IiuhIdcbs men urn mow flRir innsl from tluj Hominy J mi instated in tin nt Floyd count on Jr who ftcakn during inn of tho f foinmlflsl JtidRo f irorat8i aro re NQ NTINQ o II ATI of I TIhm ww 1 POWN T LIKE I I THETULIA HERALD TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS OPT m moo RUN IN AND GIT ME THAT BRUSH ON TH KITCHEN TABLE CHIN < a I DONT KNOW HOW THEV DO IN CHIMK BUT ILL TEACH YE J TO RESPECT VER ELDERS HERE utttutC jjv i A VAV v 1 pISEE limit fvE QUlTTUfA JOB LIGHT NOW ikT EW i CHWVy C UCKETS i WHfT FO VOU SOAKUI ME 7 LOOK I OUT PWGVJfVS V > OOTTHIOIIT BT THE JSUNMIEIUUD ronfOOATION lXf I I v NUMBER 41 The Cow KIds of 0 Joy Ranch Br M M BRANNER HUH HltA SOtAE PMNTER IPONTTINK HN ANTEE fAV FACE ME NO LM > y T I

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

Inticr read before the Annual Itcunion of the Old Settlers Aspociiition of Bell County Texas September 27th 1002 Fortyfive years ago tho first day of this month September 1 with my wife and two children left our homo in Missouri for Texas our conveyance bcinc n mule team We reached Travis county on the 28th of October Before leaving Missouri I was told that it was too dry in Texas to farm successfully I stated to those who had informed me of tho aridity of Texas that it was my intention to find a tract of land which could be irrigated In January I860 1 purchased a desirable tract in San Saba county about fifteen miles above the town of San Saba on the San Saba river Here I found the place a little river gushing out of the side of the mountain which afforded all the water 1 needed and some to spare My anticipations were more than realized as I could raise on an average 75 bushels of corn and 210 bushels of potatoes to the acre During the war between the states my place acquired the t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

i jug stopper Ruined him When a man reforms ho must make a thorough job of it or the reformation will soon come to naught anil his last state may be worse than the first The utensils and paraphernalia of sin will work destruction if carried into the camp of righteousness Saul the son of Kish you will remember made the fatal mistake of saving some of the best sheep and oxen and driving them to his own slaughter pen when he destroyed the Amalekitcs Paul put up a very fine excuse for his disobedience an excuse which any Texas politician could take to the stump and make a killing with before the voters He saved the fattest sheep and oxen he said to offer a jrreat sacrifice to the Lord The Lord however wasnt fooled lie read the thoughts of Mr Sauls heart as easily as if they had been before him in big print It wasnt a sacrifice unto the Lord that Saul saw in those fat steers and sheep The crafty king of Israel saw porterhouse steaks pot roasts prime ribs of beef and juicy muttonchops And...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

Pnpcr n Old Tcxaf Fortv this mo and tw souri f < n mule on the Missoui in Texr to thos aridity tion to be irrii chased county town o Here 1 gushin which and sc were non an i bushel the w ncquir fact tl for br en wl came ed av monej Undei ment on fro and cl dians ingtt pose f cattle and c The t relate have edge the e count Ind On lopin matii rouni miles moui othei the i diani their take coverec man n jcalp most 1 ANCIENT ROAD EXCAVATED Workmen excavating for the Bayou bridge in San Augustine discovered an old rock roadway evenly laid ten feet below the surface The road undoubtedly was once the old San Antonio Trail and is presumed to have been laid f back in 1846 or thereabouts so oJa JKT te now living remembers any road ° l iBg of the history of this con A hom hom into ordeo clue4 ma and sant matt like tan the Main nib the Test < va1 Te Gi ab an itSi Si tkhi hi CJK K < fg I NEGRO HIT ON HEAD BY TRAIN Cary Johnson a young negro fell asleep on the Santa Fc track near Temple ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

Y I v v > > 103 L buy l IN FT WORTH > rr < Merchandise advertised In this column or an Information re queslrd nlll KUir rurnlshrd by tht firms liflowi WILL LABORATORIES YOUU SEEDS GROW Dont plant sterlfe seed or tnil contnminntnl Willi weed nrrti Tents nqulre 3 to 10 lUys ill I mii1Imk on Uie kind of BPTtl iermlnatlon Tests IS00 Per Sample Iurltr Tests 1150 In 55 00 Additional IIIK IOIIT WOUTII lAlinitATltliS Iloi 1001 Iorl Worth Tetas PAPER SUPPLIES r ntr liar Wrapping Paper Twines lloies Specialties ATLAS PAPER CO It has to come through Port Worth Anyway P II TUSCANY Con Mrr Phones I I 119 Ioc l I 1175 POUT WORTH U H A Well Drilling Supplies Fort Worth Well Machinery Supply Co Manufactarrrs IT WORTH WELL DRILLING RIGS 9 vSIZES 9 8000 feet and less Writ for Ha lit tin Tools Cable Uelt Repairs Engines Tank Fort Worth Tcinv napon Tin army stork C Carroll Manager 05 8 Houston L Dallas Terras Surgical Elastic AUTO TIRES > TUBE FREE We mean what we 11 Hosiery Abdominal Su...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

1 I 1npcr n Old S Tex mi Forty this mol and tw souri ft a mule on the Missoui in Tcxo to thos aridity tion to be irrij chased county town o Here I gushiti which and so were non an s bushel the w ncquir fact tl for bri en vft camel cd aw money Under ment on fro and cl dians ing th pose t cattle and a The t relate have edge the e count Ind On lopinj mati < rount miles moui otheJ the diarii their take 4 clu ma am san mati liki tar the Mi < inmi mi tbi Te Btv vaT be gi giG atai ai aigJ gJ itV h e i Bell county prize cattle were on exhibition at the State Fairs of Kentucky and Tennessee dunng the month of September Recent estimates of the number of carloads of watermelons that will be shipped from Weathorford this sea son is 1000 cars ranged between 6 and 12 per ton Around Flatonia southeast Texas the gins are running only three days per week as practically all of October the cotton is picked and mar and gn With the call of Texas farmers for thousands of Sweet potato growers around...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

9 3 < fe ft ITS IN DALLAS Itt BMU for Information In regard to tcrvlea or mtrchandiaa offered In this column will b iladly liven by ttira fit mil HATTERS OLD HATS MADE NEW WOOD EDWA11DS lint Ucnovatora 427 S Krvay St Dallas Agents Wanted ART GLASS MPRS Everything in Glass Church window Dent Opal fllnsa for lamp shndrs Vllulold hand mirrors rriinlnl Chipped C1 m Hlirns Wind Shleldi Dallas Art Glass Mfrj Co Dallas lexas Patents and Trade Marks PflTEjtS 0iTfllHEO > fJH rfaErlTtmS iFfflTr U5PJtEHTiaTTDRHty 305INTERURBM BLDG < DILL1S aiSMciLi oloo WASHiritrrtiN ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works Electric Mntor Sprrlalhts New and S < rnndlland Motor Rewmdlnc and Kepnirini Ihon < X1775 Iritfln nnd Camp Street Dalian Trias TOOL GRINDERS FRED J LAGLER Grinds Any Edxrd Tool Hall Orders Given Special Attention Paper Cutter llladrs and Piano Hits Automatically Ground 101 Hrjan BU Dallas Texas BEAUTY PARLORS Learn Iteauty Cnlturr 1rlvste Tsxnmrri Diploma We trarh nil tranches of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 October 1922

1 ft I L T I thi an < sot anMi on in t0 ari tio be ch coi toi He RU wl anon w on bu th ao fa fo eB ca cd cdm TJ TJm on ar di in PC ca ai aiT ithi hitt tt tta > St I Xl ACCORDIAN PLEATED SKIRTS Houston Pleating Button Company SOI Klam llMr Houston Teias Radio Supplies Best Qnnlity Cheapest Prices SUPERIOR ELECTRIC CO < 09 S Krvay Dallas Texas Do DIAGNOSIS flriV ANT TRICES RKASONAI1IK WORK ESrONSllILK MANAGKMKXT LVDUSTIUAL XRAY IA110RA TORY I E ADLER Mrx Tie Llnr Bid Dallas X S12 fde d BUSINESS COLLEGE A RAGLAND President Dallas Tex The School Wllh a Reputation Tbe METROPOLITAN has Iro n > oe t fpl operation J5 years It Ukl FIRST In Trias aa a THOROUGH and RELIABLE Commercial School Write for foil Information Edesoa Radio Phones MjntAk Olaaanrn Oursact Float Ca6 Rradi SLDctC16 Boston Msu is a EXPECTANCY pleasure in itself when waiting for your favorite cup ADMIRATION edur wa < 1 1 J MitJe by Duncan Coffee Co Houston Texaa rX 4 ORGANIZE A Band or an Orchestra Make music ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 October 1922

s h J Elf olume 13 A FEED i T IOC of committee on all Panhandle gl fair was called on lor her report need of r TopoU sho stressed tho y advantages of the school brought out many Rood points X governing and orguiuring for the Jhibits of the virions counties She io recomeuded that ouij county hold school fair each year a few weeks jfore the allPanhandle fair Many < hor good recommendations weie em iodie1 in her 4 port This leport was manimoosly adopted by the body Mreiident Ham Braswell Clarendon 1rrived at this time anil took the hail fter telling one of his funny stories 0E30I THE TMJA HERALD IOC = 30E30C IOH l aoi Watch and Jewelry Repairin i Promptly Done Flynt Jewelry Company Judge Hamlin of Farwell Toxnsncxt any other place vo a report from the committee on pj allManhandle fair Ho made a rlial report anil stated that the < oni fitteo would entertain proposals from vus ropi mted at this meeting liut it no action would be taken only Rton a written pinposal from the towns i a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 October 1922

I 1 1 ihi am 501 a ron Mi into ar tio be ch CO to lit KU wl anWl Wl on bu th AC fa fo et eta ecU m or aidi isP < aiT ain 1r 1r 1 r i c I SCI r M RED CROSS KEAJ WOUNDS OF WAi 25000 Disabled Ex r c in Hospitals After Four Years of Peace Every Vetera Needing Help Get Individual Attention of Sympathetic Workers When on November 11 the world halt to observe the foiin i miniver par of Armltico Pa > ami the At erl can Red Cws Inaupaiaie i Roll Call for the entolimetu of ih 1023 membership the people of Hie United States may well pa 1 think of the unparalleled contrlhut < n In the cause of pence made by our Arin > and Navj In the World War The clorj of It Is a common tradituii but 1 tie ounds of war renin In Thev are nut healed In a day In t jear or four ear And on Aninthe Dm > hee will be nder n n ii lm v n b i > l ii isi sure neivon strum cliiUni in < diiit to i service n the war The Government without lint U un dertnklne to furnish itiese disabled a > en wIth the ...

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