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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

m f it l IK A. W. BREtHAN WRITES HOME FROM FRANCE. tfo. 1 (PresbytcrinruUi S. A.) Gen. Hosp., B. E. F. Franco, May 2, 1918 Dear Mother:- Thanks, I am well, and am still enjoying the war. Though I am so homesick at times, that if I ever see a regular mule fro(m Texas, I think I'll cry on its neck. The Weather? Well, it is gel- tjng somle better. I have seen sunshine now two days in suc- cession which is remarkable in France at any time of the year. Food ? That was once a great question in my mind, getting enough of some particular kind of tasty stuff. Over here they feed you so much that it has be- come more or less of a nuisance o RED CROSS NOTES o A number of sewing machines are needed at the Red Cross work rooms. Any one who can spare one plcilse phone Mrs. Blair. The school trustees have given the Red Cross the use of their building and grounds for tho summer and wp will open a sew- ing room) next Monday for the making of hospital garments and supplies. Mrs. John Blair who is cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

w-f AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUME 7, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 52 I' t p 'A o A SOLDIERS? INDICTED FOR MURDER OP ED. PAUL. PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF SUN VISIBLE HERE JUNE 8. Belton, Tex., June 5. The grand jury, which convened Monday, returned a bill of in- dictment today against Gerald Brice of Cleveland, Ohio; Clin- ton Hughes of Denver, Colo.; and Geo. Bath of Oklahoma City, Okla., jointly charging them with the murder of Ed. Paul, a jitney driver of Waco. Paul was found murdered by the side of the road south of Tem- ple, several weeks ago and soon after the three soldiers were ar- rested at Beeville. From that place they were taken by the authorities to Waco and there the federal authorities turned them over to the civilian author- ities and they were at once brought here and lodged in jail where they have remained since. The trial has been set for next Tuesday. o PERSONNEL OF BELL COUNTY GRAND JURY. Saturday afternoon, Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

Yfmm pls; f, ( JTMH- ' "'i Vj' u ".FYf? '-yi i- . ' '' '' ''" " ' ' " ' ' " "w iiinwi iww iihi ii wi Miiwil)iilMiiMwwMiwwiiMwiMlii'tewiwwWMrf tw in IF. r 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, JUNE 7TH. Indeed; June is here. But she has on a rather dim-colored dress this time. Capricious June, is not as giddily tragic this time as heretofore, but tragic just the same. June is reaping her usual May harvest vt seems froim the reports from the Clerk's License Offices. "The glamour of May Moons" seems to be more strangely fatal this year than ever and to us this is the most tragic. Ba- bies almost in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

r, "wl a, H Kmfrii ijwmiv IHft9rp$r ' 4 - W W jtt' r w. J 5, $ . n V' f ' - r KV r; T. IF if A I'. I V t ji w Slv I- POST IS SUED FOR ONE $100,000 BY FERGUSON. Belton, To . June 3. R. M. Johnston ot the Houston Post in this city to be present to- morrow at the apearnnce dock- et of the distinct court to file answer to the suit of James E. Ferguson vs. the Houston Print- ing Company (The Houston Post) for damages to the amount of $100,000. The case will not be called for trial to morrow but will be set for trial and the time for the trial will only be determined at that time. The suit was filled by A. L. Cur- tis, attorney for Mr. Ferguson and the plaintiff prays for $50,- 000 actual damage, and $50,000 as exemplary damages. The plaintiff avers that "the defentdant, the Houston Print- ing company, konwingly, wilful- ly, and maliciously, and for the purpoese of injuring the plain- tiff in his good name and reputa- tion and exposing him to public hatred, contentmpt, and redi- cule, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

fmhid fflMk'MMmm "5?- -tfT niij f m wHp There is nothing that enlivens and freshens one so mush as an invigorating bath. Our Bath requisites are complete. 'Bath Brushes, Bath Soaps, Bath Powders, Violet j Ammonia, Sea Salt, Sponges Etc. Come in and get a full equipment of Bath supplies. Leafcherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS 15 h e and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post ofijce at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line .. .. 10c Preferred Position, per in... .25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, JUNE 7TH. To win the war and at the same time live in luxuiy is an impossibility. It means sacri- fice not only of our boys, but of our heretofore luxurious liv- ing. Don't forget this. The stock owners of Bartlett and vicinity, as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

u. ft f LOCALS AND PERSONALS Remember the KT. Garage. Raymond Barlow has return- ed to San Antonio. tie to work anywherQ. See Ernest Guonzel. Jacob Isaac was in Thorndale Wednesday on business. FOR SALE Two good Poland China males . C. M. Gillespie. Harold Zidell,. of Honey Grov is here on ti visit to D. Zweig. vlk Fraflh fish at Rowntree Bros. FOR SALE Good mare. Gen- Mrs. Grover Starling and chil- dren, of Waco, are here on a vis- it. Mrs. J. M. Robinson is visit- ing her son, H. Robinson at Bel- toh. " Mr. and 'Mrs. E. E. Barlow visited relatives in Jarrell this week. Fruit Jars below market val- ue, at Farmicrs' Mercantile Co., Schwertner. Mrs. L. Rowntree and Miss Agnes Lindemann were Taylor visitors Wednesday. Kerosene at 90c per can- at FnmiBfs' Mprpnnt.ilp. Cnmnnnv. rjf ScWertner. Mr. Leslie Harvey, of Texar- kana, Ark., was in Bartlett this week visiting friends. Miss Mattie Lee Walton has returned home from El Paso, 'ti.fl where she taught school. J. P. Fulton, of Rogers, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

"vr vV i I ir W Prudent, thinking, thrifty well-dressed women the nation over are buying If BlWOriii SLbUU ulUUdub The Wclworth represents a never-failing standard of value Throughout the entire country the Wei worth is always priced at two dollars Letter From Soldier Boy! ORDINANCE NO. 103. Somewhere in Franco,1 An Ordinance Levying a Tax on May 5, 1918. Mr. W. A. Hunt, Bartlett, Texas. Dear Father :- Just a few lines to let you know I am feeling fine and' hope you are the same. Well dad, we are working hard and work- ing to get ready for the big job that's ahead of us. But we're going out to win. Dad we have a fine place to stay here, good Barracks and plenty of eats. Say in our company we have fellows from all over the U. S.; And say, don't forget to put in a good Word for the Y. M. C. A. They sure do a sight of good here. We have moving pic- tures, shows and boxing, and all kinds of out-door sports. Say dad we have a great time Dogs, providing For the Col lection of Same and Pro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

Wfi&r- Hp., ' j" '? -ywyyiT j -JTW i i - - ' (5?" MR. J. B. ROBERTSON fOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. ust Cut Use United States Tims arc Good Tires 7rmvf!&mr; SukAhX Of Wheat by One-Half 't 'J , t X X t ',". - . , V. . VJ K,'!' wr & . On another page of this issue will be found the annuonce- ment of Mr. J. B. Kobebrtson for District Attorney of Travis and Williamson Counties. Mr. Robebrtson was born at Round Rock in Williamson county in 1882. Shortly afterwards his father, James H. Robertson, became district attorney and moved to Aus- tin. Mr. Robertson was educated in the public schools and the University taking his degree in 1906. He has been engaged in the active practice of the law ever since, part of the time in partnership with iiis father and part by himself. During this time he has been engaged in some of the most important litigation that has occupied the attention of the courts of Travis county. He was elected representative from Travis County in the 35th Legislature. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 June 1918

71 I 1 Threshio Time Here I afri fully equipped with a good thrasher, in good repair and have a good crew. Working On War Basis. Now Ready. YOUR THRESHING IS SOLICITED Ciiff Bolding Bartlett, Texas Little Melba May Bolding. After an illness of several days duration, Melba May, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bolding of Akes School House, died at Temple Sanita- rium, Tuesday night, June 5, at 12 o'clock, where during that afternoon she was taken as a last resort for medical aid. The regains of the little one who was only one year, ten months and eighteen days of age, were brought to Bartlett, where on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bolding, the funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. W. Irvin and Rev. Homer A. McCarty. There was a large gathering of relatives and friends of the family. The remains were in- terred in the Bartlett Cemetery. Thus another little one has gone to have a home with one who said, "Suffer the little childr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

rnaiBa f0mm' fy If" """ T"amI " Inf H W XvE e AND NEWS fc R. F. CATES, Editor and PyROP.. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918. . $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 1 SOLDIER GETS 90 YEARS THE MEETING OF COUNTY PROF. W. O. JENKINS FOR KILLING ED. PAUL.' COUNCIL OF DEFENSE. WILL GO TO FRANCE. kV S r it. L-i ' a Belton, Tex., June 12. A ver- The County Council of De- dict of guilty was returned fenso met Monday the 10th at against Gerald A. Brice, tried 2 p. m. in the City Hall, the for the murder of Edward Paul, -following members present: by a jury in the district court R. E. Ward, R. F. Young, If. here this evening, at 7:40, and M. Weir, J. M. Jester, C. M. a sentence of ninety-nine years Booth, T. W. Marse, E. H. Law- in prison was passed upon him. hon, Stanton Allen and C. D. Paul, a service car driver, of Tcer. Waco, Was killed near Temple, Representatives of Auxiliary on the evening of-May 11, his Councils of Defense present body being found among the were: weeds o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

I w I S6e TRIBUNE and NEWS R. V. Catcs, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week A McLennan County farmer, OUR STATE TICKET IS NOW COMPLETE. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- t r at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under tho act of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in. . 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. writing to the Waco Times-Herald, bewails the going of John Barley Corn, as follpws: We Waco, Tex., June 7. Chair- have been in a reflective and hiel man Shurtleff of the democrat- ancholy mood the past week, in-; ic stato oxecutive committee 2!fSW?toEr taSrS''fu:;mp.t?fl rBortS of the turity, musing on the gleeful state ticket for the primhry halcyon days of the fleeting election July 27. The ticket past, of Avar, woman suffrage ' follows : and not a drop of whiskey m FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918 twenty m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

tV W WR!1"11 it" UPUI" I- , fj r-: ! ALL JUNE RAIN RECORDS BROKEN IN WEST TEXAS. ECKHARDT THANKS REp CROSS WORKERS. Chairman Robert J. Eckhardl 'Fund drive for Williamson Fort Worth, Tox., June 9. Farnters of North and West Texas, Who have been invok- i.,i liirf ntninoftr .Tlinttnl Pltlv!.. uat to have itVqrcy on their crops County requests the Press to have bbeen answered with a state that he wishes to thank three-day downpour which has each and every member of the shattered all precipitation rec- teams and workers in this coun- ords here. During the first nine ty who contributed their time dayrof June, five inches Xi ram and efforts in making the drive has fallen, or nearly double the a iiuge success. mpnens average. J As stated in previous issues It has extended throughout 0f this paper, the county Went the Jfancuc anu west icxas, far 0Ver the top, and the show, reaching sections Where rain ma(ie was no m0re than was ex has not fallen for eight years. nCCted of the county, as it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

fr w We carry the most complete line of Teas in Bartlett and' we want you to try our Special Brands. Hi 1 m We will sell Crowder Peas next week at 5c per pound. NIGRO & CO. Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas ,.4iiumflfflBJnm 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918 THIRTY-THIRD BIRTHDAY. ' Hon. Fred W. Daviji, Com' missioner ot Agriculture, was a pleasant visitor at the Tribune office Monday. He was en route to Waco to attend the State meeting of the Retail Mer- chants' Association of Texas. Mr. Davis is asking for re-elec tion on ins rueuru as uiimwa- Inoono . ,, A , ,,., believing that he has ; '" i.iT'i. il '. ' ir js GERMANY HAS A LARGE ARMY, FEW FRESH MEN. i B y WILLIAM PHILIP, SIMMS, (United Press, Staff, Correspondent.) WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN FRANCE, Satur-' day Hindenburg's third Often-! sive is at a stand-still When and where he will begin his fourth is the question ncc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

'" T '''rp "WjfV 'S3' "! " ' V LOCALS AND PERSONALS Miaa Jessie Bozeman is at- tending summer school in Aus- tin. Kerosene at' 90c per can at Farmers' Mercantile Company, Schwertnor. Mrs. Theo Jones left Sunday night for Kentucky to visit her mother and sisters. Rev. C. W. Irvin and family visited relatives in Dallas and other points during the Week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barlow and daughters, spent the day in Austin Sunday. , ,- Fruit Jars below market val- ue, at Farmprs' Mercantile Co., Schwertnei;. , . . , Messrs. Sanu and Dick Young, Hjollie Horton and LeRoy Linde- mann are in Dallas this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strauss, of Schwertnor, were Bartlett visi- tors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Foscue, of Sul- phur Springs, are here on a vis--it to their daughter, Mrs. D. D. Fairchild, Jr. Remember the K T. ttarage. Miss Ola "Daniels, who taught schol in El Paso, is at home. Fresh fish at Rowntree Bros. Miss Gladys Rowntree is at home from State University, Where she graduated in B. A. Messr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

r $$&$& f -xrg-.u ;i fljfej;- " vm? T SCHWEItTNEU NEWS. I n- i& ft i f ' Ife NT if,' Prudent, thinking, thrifty well-dressed women the nation over are buying Welworth $2 .00 Blouses The Welworth represents a never-failing standard of value yjjj Throughout the entire country Hi e Welworth is always priced at two dollars Thrifty women in cities everywhere are buying WELWORTH Blouse?, because they always find in them a very generous two dollar's worth. Measured by everything that goes to make a Blouse desirable and wantable, these Welworth models tower far above the Blouses that are ordin- arily obtainable for this modest price. The new styles are constantly being fashioned for us by master designers, assuring you of style correctness when your Blouse bears a WELWORTH label. Acquaintanceship with the Welworth means to buy them; to buy them means to save; therefore if you are interested in' saving, again we say "Get acquainted." We are the sole local Distributors for the Wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

'V fc- r r MWak Smmqs in Vms. Wilson eHP Governments &1E War Salngs Mnfl&! i j. . eminent hns based Us tmip liiuuiciftl program. auro that tho lesson of saving Js loarned nnd practiced by all lhopeo pie, both President Wilson and Sac- rotary William G. McAdob have em- phatically declared, In just that mea- sure will the Government float tho bond Issues that may be neoossary In the future. Tlfo saving and Investing of tho iVVar Savings Stamp quota Is far from tho only thing based on the War Sav- ings Campaign. Tho future Liberty Loan bond Issues and tho floating of tho- Treasury's Indebtedness certifi- cates aro wholly dependentfor suc- cess upon the constant practice of economy through the medium of War , Savings Stomps. Texans aro called upon to savo and - invest $91,000,000 this year In War Savings Stamps and it Is vitally nec- essary that this be dono and that everyono practices to the' utmost tho principles of war-time economy which tho Government Is teaching with War Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 June 1918

BKVpwr V 7 i - W Hj ivB it. t-e J Presbyterian Church. fltulntr o1mnl nf 10 o'clock aKwstey morning. There is al- thSshw a vvarirt welcome which ( mmuw you at tne teaennig ai- wseC our church. "iKiymlijKr wnrsllin. 11 o'clock. fm&A for the hour, "The Com-' j8S? Christ." I ISSRounff worship at 8:30 vfmttfL Subject, "The Best 0ok& in- the World." BSh; pastor is very desirous ! w$3eoming the entire mom- Krawp of the church at both odrtfiawc services. He is under $fee Impression that there are Sbtosvc Presbyterians in Bartlett Wfm &sve never attended a ser- wbw sroce Jthe beginning of his Mimr4Ty here. If you have not, taSsncome and be with us Sun-flfigy- The public is always cor- afeuy;' snvited to the services oi KS&Bdtarrch. J. M. Lewis, Pastor. VC A- Wolfcnbcrg Opens Shoe Repair Shop. A. Wolfenberg, who for asssaaft years has been engaged JHctBe shoo: repair business in J&effjgit,' recently with the Har- Mx? jffardware ' Co., has opened WU&&P in the-1 bui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

AND NEWS vlfflF. COTES, Editob and Prop. BAKTLETT WELIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE, 21, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 2 ttJBWL rffl L v . If Ti r lr !: LL COUNTY WOOL SOLD TO COL BLAND. Howard Blnnd, of Taylor, bought the entire production of the Bell County Wool Growers' association, consisting of 25,- 000 pounds, for from. 5G to 62 CAMP M'ARTHUR SOLDIER CHARGED WITH ROBBERY. Edgar Dee, a soldier from Camp MacArthur, was arrested here at 4 p. m., Wednesday, at the Cottage hotel near the M. K. & T., passenger station, cents per pound. The deal was.wnere ne was planning to eaten members marketed their woll a train for Waco. He was throuirh the orgonization. It charged with the' robbery of C. '.$1,200 was gained by the co-op erative marketing. WAR SAVINGS QUOTA FOR SCHOOL DISTICTS . IN BELL COUNTY, MEETING OF THE PASTOR'S ASSOCIATION. On last Monday morning at Pnntilir P-lmSi-mnn P T. A" U CJUC1C tllC DaStOrS Ot tllC Downs, Jr., in charge of the Waricm,tv ,met m a ,Vcrv ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

s It is 10 degrees cooler on a sleep- ing porch than in the coolest room of your home. LCT US BUILD YOU A SLEEPING PORCH. See us for Carpenter and Painter. BARTLETT, TEXAS. 15he TRIBUNE , and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thp at of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in. 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. 'FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 191$ A man is known by his works. You will be known by your War Savings Stamp pledge. Act ac- cordingly. If people would vote their con- victions and not their preju- dice on all questions, this wonld be a better government. The President expects this county to be over the top on its War Savings Stam'p quota on the afternoon of June, 28, National War Savings Day. 'It's strictly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

'county EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, MEET. Helton, Tex., Juno 17.Tho oVct utive committee of the dem- ocratic party met this afternoon it i o'clock in the county court room in regular session. Chair- man G. M. Felts presided over the meeting and in the absence of W. S. Hunter, secretary of HEAVY RAINFALL OVER COAST COUNTRY REGION. Corpu Chrjsti, Tex., June 17. 1 f HURDLESTON ASKS RE-ELECTION TO R. R. COMMISSION. A heavy rain, Sunday morn ! ToT the, Voters of Tcxm: in (Juujjig my I'uuuiuui v uf- fore you for re-election to a second term as railroad com missioner, I do so solely upon qualifications to fill the business is of inestimable value to those we serve, and I have had many years practical ex- perience in every branch of the ing, that in Corpus Christi ex- ceeded two inches, was general over the coast country, accord ing to reports that reached here my this .morning. The heavy rain'0""1 In manner satisfaeton thp coirmitteo. Pat Dougherty 'hnnllv vras nrncHP.dnd h'v savor- l0 tne Puonc-...

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