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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

Renfro's Summer Drinks ARE MOST IN FAVOR. It is natural they should be. The reasons are simple. They have the most elficient and most hygienic plant in all Texas. They use the purest and most ex- pensive materials. They take sanitary precautions to maintain purity that others fail to exercise. And every step in the process of production is taken under the direct supervision of an ex- pert. Better purer health drinks cannot be made. And they cost you no more than the doubtful kinds only take the precaution to see that you get "Rc- Iro's" drinks when you drink. I I Renfro's I "In Business for Your Health.' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a word each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- der. 'IfcaBMBMiBBBMM" AGENTS WANTED Local agents ior three counties and two or three for city work. Apply between 10 and J oclock at Jackson House. W. E. Pyne. FOR KENT- Fart of my house dur- ing the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 May 1908

Our policies cover loss ajcains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY & CO Read the accounts ofj the d!s-. '-astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY &. GO. VOL. 8. 3R0WNW00D TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 13 1908. NO. 17c DAILY BULLETIN. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work Ve are progressUe resrarJtessof panic. Wo hare at a heavy expense Install- ed a pasteurizing plant at onr Dairy. We are trying to merit the liberal trade the public is giving us and also to look after your health. Pasteuriz- ing milk means to heat it to 16'5 de- grees of heat. This kills all animal life all disease germs. It does not ef- fect the taste it purifiesthe milk. The United States government in making contracts for milk requires it to be pasteurized in making contracts for bT.-ter they require it to be made from pasteurized cream for all their public works and. hospitals. Ask y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 May 1908

WISE FATHER Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Twenty-one years ago this wise father started a savings account when his son was born. When the son reached the age of reason the account was of fair proportions. Appreciating the efforts his father was making in his behalf he saved also. 1 he combined savings with the interest now enables this happy son to purchase from Offioenrs: T. C. TAKTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Tice TresJdent 37 A. WALKEB Second Tice Presldeat MILLABD HOMINES CaskJer WM. B. CBOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FOBD Assistant Cashier. his employer a partnershiD interest in his business. Opportunities always. cQme to those who save. Start account today with $1.00 or more. an The Brownwood National Bank. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PHINTOG CO. Props. WILL H. XAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TU3TXELL City Editor. K. E. KLBKPATBICK Associate Editor H. F. 3EAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Clrcalator. W. E. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. sentment and indignation on the hart of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 May 1908

HUNTER & HUNITZ THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. PWe have secured the agency for Chase & Sanborn's Coffees ana leas which are the best that jrrow. because thev are grown on Chase & Sanborn's own plantations and uuder their own su- pervision. Their Teas for ice tea can't be beat. We also have tne exclusive agency for the celebrated "Albatross" Flour. est on Earth" of which we have just received a car. There is none better. We Want Your Trade Phone 40 if Busy 440. I 0 CONSOLIDATION COUNCIL DECIDES WATER SUPER. I.TENDEXT IS WORK ENOUGH l-LEGT ON TOESDATT NIGHT hky Prescribing SuperinteBdent's Du- ties Is Cited &ni Applicants Must Conform to It. For several weeks the city council has been considering the matter of consolidating the offices of water su- jperintedent and superintendent of pub lic works but at a call session last 'night the council decided that it would notbe wise to consolidate the two of- fices and have fixed on next Tuesday n;ght as the time to select a water su-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 May 1908

:JP : -si If-"; -.1-1 Ik . MMiMBBBe Lima a mi Renfro's ummer Drinks ARE MOST IN FAVOR. U Is natural they should he. The reasons arc simple. They have the most ef ficlejit and most hygienic plant in all Texas. They use the purest and most ex- pens Ive materials. They take sanitary precautions to maintain purity that others fait to exercise. And every step in the process of production Is taken under the direct superision of an ex- pert. Better purer health drinks cannot be mode. And they cost you no more than the doubtful kinds only take the precaution to see that you get "Ren- tro's" drinks when you drink. ftenfro's "In Business for Your Health. WANT COLUMN "VANT AD RATES One cent a cccrf first insertion half cent' a wora cftch consecutive Insertion. No adver- ti9eJaclJ taken for less than 20'cts. C&ih -must always accompany the or- der. AGENTS WANTED Local agents lor three counties and two or- three Tor-city work. Apply between 10 and 3 oclock at Jackson House. V. E. Pyne. FOR R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1908

4 Our policies cover loss apcains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY &. CO Rearl the accounts of) the dis-. astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL. 8. 3R0WNW00D TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 14 1908. NO. 179 V BULLETIN. AIL Y f 9 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work KILLED BY THE TRAIN HROWMYOOI) YOITII JIKKTS HOH- KIKI.K EM) HE NEATH "WHEELS M fl v flflflflflflflFflKiHik i We have at a licavy expense Install- ed a pasteurizing plant at our Dairy. We are trying to merit the. liberal trade the public is giving us and also to look after your health. Pasteuriz- ing milk means to heat it to 165 de- grees of heat. Thfe kills all animal life all disease germs. It does not ef- fect the taste it purifies tbe milk. The United States government in making contracts for milk requires it to be pasteurized in making contracts for -t vter they require it to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1908

tmimm i The Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Regularly saving something from your income is a thv6 matter to .you-. to' every man woman or child. Those who have tried various ways and plans all' say: "It is easier to make regular savings when you have. a bank account" . . i ' r 1 r Another feature well worth considering is that the vaults of a good bank are the safest place for your: money. We always help our depositors first. May 'we have your account. i - . Officers: T. C. -flsTM President J. V. WEAKLEF First Tice President J. A. WALKEE Second Tice President MILLAED KOMISES CasMer WM. B. CBOSS Assistant Casiler A. P FORD Assistant Cashier. The Brow i wood National Bank. The Daily Belletio MAYES PBIXTIXG CO. Props. WILL II. MAYES. Managing Editor. C A. TUXELL City Editor. E. E. KIBKFATKICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DULA Foreman Mecli. Dept. Entered at tlic Browinvood Postofficc ! as Second Class Mail Matter. or permanent injur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1908

4 LA - $ I m i& - (nu m i ID A CLOSE CALL H. E?I)ltOTH STJtlTK BY'ELE- VATOJfc AT CAJY FUTOIiY. Fnniih JJcunioii. M 4 Big: Stock of Fisherman Supplies. We bought a Drummer's Samples and in the lot we have some very Fine Reels that we are offering great bargains in. LOONEY MERCANTILE CO. KILLED BY THE TRAIN. Continued from page 1.) "InMiranee National" stands for and an improvement on the gasoline ' stove that is worth the while of every lady in town to investigate. It makes difference whether you want to buy a. htove or notjthe demonstration riven WAS LEANINGJVEB GUARD "W'lwv the Operator of Elevator Saw IIIiiK in Time to TreTcnt Serious Injury. : seriousuiccident wis very narrow ly averted a the. Walker-Smith Can- dy factory tins morning when P. H. AVendroth wasYtruclt and considerably bruised by the bh elevator in the building. "Mr. Wundroth was working near the elovatonand when the acci- dent occurred jkius leaning over the guard giving ireclions to some one a pair of trucks....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1908

IV Renfro's Summer Drinks ARE MOST IN FAVOR. U is natural they should be. The reasons are simple. They have the most efficient and most hyjrienic plant In all Texas. They use the purest anJ most ex- pensive materials. They take sanitary precautions to maintain purity that others fail to exercise. Anil every step in the process of production is taken under the direct supervision of an ex- pert. Better purer health drinks cannot be made. And they cost you no more Than the doubtful kinds only take the precaution to see that you net "Rcn- lro's" drinks when you drink. Renfro's "In Business for Your Health.' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a wotxI first insertion half cent a wora z&da consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. "Cash must always accompany the or- AGENT Local a cents for three cO two or three for city wor between H) and i clock avnae V. V.. ryne. FOR KKNT Tin t of my house dur- 11 ' the summer months. au i hOne Sl. dtf. WAXfKD-A cook. A pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1908

Read the accounts of the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E.B. HENLEY &. GO. DAILY BULLETIN. Our policies cover loss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap yon would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY & CO VOL. 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 15 1908. NO. 180 - - -I Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work STORM GOD RIDES DKALS DEATH AM) DKSTMTTIOV THIU' TEXAS A XI) LOl'ISI lXA. PURE FOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH Did you know that cattle could have tuberculosis or consumption? We are testing our dairy herd for this disease. Our aim is to give our cus- tomer? the purest healthiest and leanest Milk and Cream to be had give us your or- deis. We deliver twice per day if requested. Phone 164 day or night.- HEAVY RAINS JALL THURSDAY Terrilied JYople Seek Shelter in Slorm ('pilars and Many Escape Death That Way. Linden Texas. May 14. A cyclone struck Linden yesterday afternoon at 4:0 o'clock killing three p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1908

it gasmen Capital and Surplus $200000.00. . t :c a invi matter to vou to every man woman or child;.- Kcoularlv saving something from your income is a t;rac . maiicr 10 you ; . . . . ThoseLave tried varioJ ways and plans all sap- "Jt is easier to make' regular savings when you have othTfeaL veil worth considering' is that the vaults of a good bank are the safest place or your; money. We always help our depositors first Hay v.-c have your account. Off io erxrs : T. C. YANT1S President .1. C. WEAKLEY First Vice President J. A. WALKEIt Second Yice President MltLARD HOHISES Cashier WM. B. CliOSS Assistant Cashier A. F. FORJ) Assistant Cashier. The Brown wood National Bank. Tlie m9mmm mmi mm mmm H M iMM MM HHHMMHMMHHMaMMHHHHMMMM Tfce Daily Bulletin MAYES FEINTING C0 Props. TFILL H. MAYES. Managing Editor. C. A. TUSELL City Editor. E. E. BDBKFATEICK. Associate Editor EL F. MAYES. Business Manager. . C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DUXA Foreman Mecfc. Pept. Entered at the BroTnnrood Fostof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1908

r LDQNEY 1ECEP1N aiAC'MFICEYT SOCIAL AFFAIK AT II AM) ST. RESIDENCE. For Sale THREE HUNDRED INVITATIONS ii i j V-' Big Stock of (Fisherman llbought a Drummer's Samples and tnSlot we have some very Fine Reels wire are offering MONEY MERCANTILE CO. m Why Indeed? '.:.sTe' was iieir-g eon ijrapi) 4(H-ausi s;iK had uo hus- XgXVh; . she said. i don't waut OSlMUiu 3"i.i just as well uiT. You li i . . .a. ..i - . Vin KT'i! :! hf-swcars: 1 have a nd Ik sta; s om mghrs. Now. s1io;ji 1 get married?" Lippiu- ittt's Mr;:.;;..lie A Hopeless Case. gre..1 lip. ii.s!'d man tike stranger Tor tNone s;:id the well te do citizen. "I know orjrut." answered Mean- ring AUfce; "but. mister I'm es nat- rally xik kiud leaned to tap 'etc on le head and take it away from 'em." Sketch. IX) THE -PUBLIC jlbw zae Guarantee on -i-o-a Stcti Tablets Is Genuine. Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets the quick- acting cure for indigestion is guaran- teed To stop flatulence. Tjb cure stomach troubles 'To "build up the system. To make ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1908

""i - (.- .1 Refreshing Driaks. 5. V-his hot weather makes you appre- ciate refreshing fount drinks there- - .-tore we want to interest you in the rones we are serving. We combine equality and cleanliness to make our drinks the best to be had. The fact t hat-we serve the famous Alta Vista cream makes our fount drinks a little Abetter. than you get elsewhere. RBNFllO'S. .In Business for Your Health" WANT COLUMN ' WANT AD RATES One cent a 'worS first insertion half cent a word each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. -Cash must always accompany tiie or- 3sr. - LOST Plain band ring with iuitials S- O. E. on inside. Return to Mur? phy's grocery for reward. dl80 Georgia House. BrownwooJ Texas '"board and lodging per week .T0. fflS!iw32 Kinnamau A Tatuin. XR RENT Part of my house dur- ing the summer months. (.'all or jjbone 592 dtf. WANTED A cook. A pennanent ! position for right party . Apply to D. ; S. Camp at drug store or plume 1.15. WANTED Two good s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

5 DAILY BULLETIN. Our policies cover-loss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap yon would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO Read the accounts of the .dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL.8. BROWN WOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 16 1908 NO. 181 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work TO INSPECT FfilSCI ( OMMlsMOMR (OLQUT TO Mhl IMP OYER THAT ROl. The Perfection OIL COOK ST OVE is the best stove in the world for home and' family use especially is it true in the summer because of time saved and the personal physical comfort enjoyea the one using it. It cures all common stove troublecooks either fast or slow and cooks everything in the most perfect manner. Makes no dust or dirt and its prin- ciple of concentrated heat keeps the kitchen uniformly cool. w w FROM FORT WORTH TO BRADY Mill be Accompanied bj si n Expert En- gineer Who Will Make Report on Condition of (lie Roadbed S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

Capital and Surplus $200000.00. i . i i : ic a drave matter to vou to every man woman or child. RcHarly savmg something from your come s ra - r 7 whcn have Those who have tried various ways and plans an Jty. t. .... - " oSSTtaLe well worth considering is that the vaults of a good bank are the safest place for your money. We always help our depositors first." May we have your account. . T. C YAXTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Vice President J. A. WALKEB Second Tfce President MILLARD ROMISES Cashier 1VM. II. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. The Brownwood National Bank The Daily Bulletin MAYES MHXTIXG CO. Trops. 'p.'ther. The program for tin- evening ; consisted of general sung service led i b different leaders interspersed with i .i'ti;rt.tti At an early hour TTT;the convention adjourned to-meet in the morning at u ociock. A Bride With Some Good Points. Some years npi in an ngricultu-al district in niiglaud there lived a farm- er who wanted to sell one of his co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

REU AfjArtiA "I FITUM$ MY WElE AP2PBELI' ll'-lli?-tifni Mi-eun "St c i t bM ' J Hi ynu see A. 711 inline at' "tin: 'besiu-. tht;u winding what." i deinan&tvi ..in?wht. .ai.;H.'.!:i ni" -gJaxsi and sucV ti..' !:ufi'--c'.j:.if without pr:?iv- ITlU I" - CHAPTER I. I sever quitt Sw !iow It was that t igfcak. Viacem wMh m except that we toya'-.tte-l.-a HhHda at thi- samo time iuad.tbv.sani k..id ?t buliday ap- lfe!eil to ns Wth. Vi'u ti' s whh Ttt Iffid title is lrd 'W'.ur't'd Vin cent lor He is theytmnii'.T of the 1 n anyihiiig nl tmu.snal.intevst:-- oM duke of Tulten. Mcmj of his awn J - 'W Vi:u iir in a fevr of haste. Was ti call Win "Proddv " hut ! i-all hinH KmMins: ami unstrapping his 61f-J Vincent or "Wilfred because I con- Hubs. "iWray." he cried "TYrhune slder curtailed appellations undignified i a gtdf course as I'm a sinner. Conic wncent is an artist that is. he calls t n. we'll have some sport. I he old train's due to wait an hour anyhow. . I looked ngain. and. sure enoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

The Daily Bulletin MATES PRIXTIXG CO. Props. WILL II. ar.VYES. Managing Editor. C. A. TUSSKLL City Editor. . E.E. KIKKPATUICK. Associate Editor II. F. 31 AYES Rtislncss Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. IV. 11. Dl'LA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the Rrounuood Postoftice ! as Second ('lass Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month.. ...0c SA'ITKDAY MAY Hi. lyijs. The new coal mine at the north west corner of Brown county is sid to cou- tain the finest quality of coal. The mine is located along the survey for the. Santa Fe cutoff and the Santa Ft? people have agreed to send ait export to investigate the rniu The Santa Fe.V:"1s n fnuin H may lit; fomd w build that cutoff yet. The present agitation ot the oH situ- ation in Brownwood wilt 'result' iii good if it brings a thorough test of the frel8 fiere. Everyone believe that w. have the oil ami gib and the history oi the Mtperiui. :;'s to. bring i:f the i'- Id--has jsame'iv ul.ftr it-.au.rvs hv h I- ml interest to it- situation. .... ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

i v c I? .1 In it I- - Special Quarterly iS The Ladies Home Journa For THE STYLE BOOK Summer Quarterly . i I'.u-trntinu' The Ladies Home l carnal Patterns is now n sale in our pattern department. I Vice inoluoing any IV pattern. 20c The Ladies Home Journal . Pit SUMMER T1 ion ; ; vv " . r Style Book For June Free. Get One. THK LAWKS HOM l! .10CUN AL for June is the Special Cjuarterly Fashion Number with color' page. There ar- fashion to be fouml on fourteen pagvs ot this interesting isue. For ail of. these fashions we have The Ladies' Home Journal 1 'attern. ani tor any of the patterns -which vou select w' can furnish you the materials We have most things m stock and will get voa anything special. TJIEHOMK IN Wlljt'lf you spend so much ot your life is worth thmiirht and consideration. Tie-re are sujriresiion- in the June i-ue of The Ladies' Home Journal on making" the home nmre attractive. There is a pa ry of picture. ' 'Attractive Bedroom for the Hou.se in the t'ountry;" another pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

Survival of Re- publican Govern- ment Is the Issue. Only Banking With no interests to serve except our Banking custom- ers. To these we give our best efforts. We pay Interest On Time Deposits. $1.00 Will open a Bank J&y WILLIAM LtOYi; C nr t" tlic American 4 1 rc? Tvada Lraaue - . . sna. e nil a v Account. I vM "'li'iuvJ tin- furm 'tariff --tTfArni" hcca.u.-t rv.:!ff I -v-.r h. not tirJV- o "wkf'U wrfls ihv ' ;' I.Ihj British jr.jttctta;'ii'f -haw -T. - .. -. . i-. -4v " ; Hit i. lip i ' -to' thy U I.J . r- riow i . j u k. p - . I i Xc It - '! . '. - ' . ' '-v. ti Till'. t; i ' i v..t.id- -1 -' 'v -'I'm' fL ld.v;ru N ' . f. i ' u h; Wliitv-l; - ' ) :0 d '!'- fv. ify' J- ' . - . ! J'jhjp- rtUi'i I'.tf" . n r-f;n'.;d ff ti r ; .! i . t . -ethers (earth h . . ' .. iiJrv";s p.is SiWj ti t''i O-j'..' l' 1' .' V.r.d Tw -th"' paste CMlt .'. i fM;i-''.i i: then added. :md H l ce-l im i the entries oi: very tirr.!y the uMd and after dry- ing reJamx jts slnt!i surface. An Apoforjy. An. ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

NEXT MAN No tedioM waits if you shave at PETE ANDERSON'S ' Shop West Broadway. Hot and Cold Baths. Shop Closes at 7 o'clock p. m. A PRIZED RECORD. The OriBinal Muster Roll of Captain A. Lincoln's Company. None of the records of the txeasury fcjpartment Is more highly prized than tJre original muster roll of "Captain A. Lincoln's company" In the handwriting of that famous man himself. It was a voluntary company organized by Lincoln In 1S32 to serve in the Black Hawk "war. Lincoln as an army otli- cer was the same painstaking careful and orderly man that he Avns later as president lie kept the muster rolls of his company himself and nowhere can a neater and more complete ac- count be found. Although more than seventy-live years old now. the roll is wonderfully well preserved. The paper Is of poor quality but the handwriting Is still legible and distinct not a single error having been made in the copy. . ii ffiiTT' i nu am i Ta? fJTii tsr i r- - ii - I n will -Ao UUU T? licit L. U(l? L...

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