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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

1 I ' = THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27,1928 nam p} V I The Stand ley Chevrolet Co. BIDS YOU MELCOME TO THE 2nd Annual Madison County Fair It m October 2 and 3 USED CARS—Call and look them over. If you are in the market for a used car, you will find some wonderful bargains here. NEW CHEVROLET values are unexcelled in any make of car, as the hundreds of Chevrolet drivers in Madi- son County will tell you. LET US SHOW UOU OUR NEW LINE! WE AGAIN BID YOU WELCOME! Standley Chevrolet Co. [The Madisonville Meteor !federal aid-for: J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. I A" . ^ issuedLJ b/ . jcrvnntiixi and districts for state high- In the county, year $1.50 .ways and relieving all property from In the county, 6 months.. .75 highway taxes. This result alone up- Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 > Entered as second-class matter Badisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. INTERPRETATION By East Texas C of C. This...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 You Need the Goods- We Need the Money When you are in need of anything we have, do not fail to call and let us show you. WAGONS Just received, a car of the famous John Deere Triumph Wagons that we are offering at a reduced price. PLOWS You will soon need Turning Plows, Middle Breakers, Disk Harrows of different sizes. FENCING Good assorment of fencing on hand, such as Barb Wire and Hog Wire—26-inch. GARDEN WIRE, 48 and 60-inch—Good grade. POULTRY WIRE, 48, 60 and 72-inch. ALL KINDS OF NAILS AND STAPLES. If you want to savo money and get the Quality when you buy, LET US SERVE YOU. WE ARE AL- WAYS READY STOVES We can give you a good wood cook stove at $12.50 to $25.00. Big Range cook stove for wood or coal at a very low price. We have one of the best Oil Stoves on the market for the money. See them. WELL CURBING M Buy our Galvanized Well Curb, 6 and 8 ins., if you want something that will last. Try it on your next well. We have a tr...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

; §> ;i I" I.W *• THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 Store News — AT — COOPER'S | '{ P if * It 1b a fact that merchandise is being •old cheap at this* store. "See the crowds at Cooper's," is the talk. It is our great pleasure to know that w have a house full of Quality mer- chandise at a price that can not b« equaled. SEE US— Read, and thia is proof itself. SHOES. Children's leather Shoes, both high low tops; standard brands; sixes up to 8. SEE THESE VALUES— 98c SHOES. {{Mil Xa«^n!m !«Juind 'eaipaq one strap; a real value— $1.98 Improved Uniform International SundaySc'tool ' Lesson' (By REV. P. U FITZWATER. D.0 , Dean •Vou'ly Dlblo Institute of Chit OKo. (©. 1928, Western Newspaper Union.) Personal Mention. FLYING HIGH Lesson for September 30 PAUL THE MISSIONARY SHOES. Boy's Black Oxfords, sizes up to size 6. A real value— $2.50 SHOES. Men's Brown straight lasts; some foot form last; regular $5.00 values. SEE THESE! The Pair-r $2.98 SHOES Young men's Black Oxfor...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE MRTEOR, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1928 A KINGDOM OF SPLENDOR GREAT BEAUTY AND LOVE PORTER OVER HALF A CENTURY Land of Madison, our beloved king- dom on earth! Thy existence is like unto the dewdrops on the flower buds, a nector of health and life, and not conscious of their heavenly heritage. Thou art a transmitter of love and of beauty; thou doeth change all our harsh nots into heaven's unspeakable eloquence, and with God's love shin- ing forth all over you, it seems as though peace and harmony rule su- preme. The mortal voices of Madison County sing with immortal song, transforming gloom into sublime brightness. To the eyes of us, the liyingt souls upon thy soil, thy king- dom for leagues around is our adorn- ment.. ThoU art a jewel of splendor, an aljrglorious scence of transcendent l<jyline#s, and with* thy abundant bwssings from Divine Power on High we live, love and praise thy exist- ence, oh land of Madison, with a thankfulness of heart and soul that knows n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

M 1,1 THE MADISONVILLE METBOK, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, It —■—■WW— i ! I I * Corns to th6 Fsir end the Fsmiill The Farmall will do the work of Eight Mules. r 1 i_x. r"h:- • i I Terrace your land. Break your land as shallow or as deep as you want! Plant your crop with two row Planter, Cultivate your crop with two row culti- vator. Poisoning 14 rows cotton at a round. Crush your feed. Saw your wood. As well • as power formanyotherthings. MMHI—IUIU If you want to make an as- set instead of a liability out of your farm the Farmall will do that for you. In every line of business we must cut the over- head and produce at less ex- pense. Car of These Implements Coming. Herring-Turner Hardware Company S • iiiiiiiiuiim Mother: "• Jimmy. I wit t&st jvtr ~tds sis " saait JTmnry a«;r would Icarrs "xtt<r jsajjjsts; j-. t xm f : ' ' such a regular pig at -Jh* ts&je.'' Silence abtolra <« pari ^ ^ * Then to nw-1 it « «•* TrrTi~^t. t-. ptafaxuat u. tsca- ^us ystr a-sats m Jimmy's father...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MAMSOMVILLH METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 The Greatest Car Value THE NEW WHIPPET Fours and Sixes Lowest price Sedan in Dollar for Dollar Value. There enclosed cars Fours: Sedan $719.00 Coach $644.00 Coupe $644.00 Collegiate Roadster . $592.00 Touring $562.00 on the market to compare to are no 4-door these: Sedan $889.00 Touring $731.00 Coach $814.00 Delivered at your door. Coupe Collegiate $814.00 $801.00 Our Best Recommendation is a Whippet Owner. Ask anybody who drives a Whippet and find out what they think about this wonderful value in an automobile. We will be glad to demonstrate at any time. Magness & Knight Whippet Company Phone 57 THE BABY SHOW AT THE MADISON COUNTY FAIR Prizes are to be awarded in many entries and exhibits of the Madison County Fair, and in arranging for the baby show the premiums have been made very liberal in comparison to the other exhibits. Good. The Baby Show is always a good feature and there will likely enough be many contestants entered...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

• t| ; • Jgliff IHBH •"" W Bra 1#® * ;:1 f E ; HI THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THUR8DAY. SEPTEMBER 17, ltM I li -r I v M i §"] <? ■ i - I § • i ill f ' f ■ I.;, I :J ■! hk! 1 r : ■■ j I iv Fair Week Exhibition At The Family Store We are now showing a quality line of uptodate Wearing Apparels for the entire family. Use the Coupon below. It's worth one dollar to you as explained therein. Visit the Fair. Be our guest. You will not be urged to buy. BOY'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Boys, we are showing some good looking Suits. Colors are those favored for this season's wear. Suits $4.95 to $16.50 Use the Coupon. It's worth one dollar to you when you purchase a suit or overcoat from us at $7.50 or over. MILLINERY EXHIBITION We have arranged an Extra Special for you Friday, Saturday and Fair Week. This will be a real opportunity for you to buy your winter hats. Bring the little folks. Children's Hats - - 98c to $1.49 Ladies' $3.50 values - - 1.98 Ladies' $5.00 values - - 2.49 SWEATER EXHIBITION -...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27,IWS W: m He si" W' ¥■ . H Hi H &■ mm DON'T FORGET THE FAIR ( While in town visit with us. You are always Welcome. Steele's Pharmacy, the Prescription Store STATE FINANCE LOW State Treasurer Gregory W. Hatchcr in making the monthly statement icr August, 1928, gave to the State High- way Department fund, a balance of $11,079,189.70 The totai cash ba- lance for the month stood at $19,348,- €1 Y.70, an ini.v.va, Tieasurer Hatcher exj lained, over last year, hut not- withstanding, lie rriia, the stite funds hp said are t-l.e i<\v £i they have been ir. some tin-:, The big total Lakiice ir. three depiirimont®,, Genem! H'.ve- nue, Available JVb.ool Fund and State Highway i*"v t, nt with the grand tc-tal of eleven million, seventy- nine thousand dollars. The state- ment with its "receipts, disburse- ments, cash and outstanding war- rants," puts rural sanitation in the "red." Many other departments have only a small cash balance. RAILROAD...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

W M THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 : t I '* r* II at the S : 5 unty Fai Peering Farmall and full equipment of two row attachments will be demonstrated by Factory Representatives. mm FARMING Puts More Profit in every Bale of Cotton or Bushel of Corn Raised in Texas. A g p the outfit that has put the mule out of business on thousands of farms Mine 311(1 o6B in Texas. GET ACQUAINTED with the McCormick Deering FARMALL. If you have a good farm of from Outfit will farm it right. to 150 acres, one man and a Farmall I I See Our Dairy Exhibit and make yourself at home at our Booth while at the Fair. t Herring-Turner Hardware Company MADISONVILLE, TEXAS

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1988 CLASSIFIED ADS Fresh Vegetable every Tuesday and Friday at T. W. Byer's. tf Bermuda Onion Sets—Fresh turnip seed, rape and stock beets seed at T W. Byers. ' tf. WANTED—School students for board and rooms. Apply to Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Your lubrication costs per mile and per year will be less with MOBIL- OIL, the world's quality oil. FORD TRUCK—For sale, in good running condition, can be bought at the l ight price. See A. L. Hensarling 4t. LOST—Between Madisonville and ■Cottonwood, an end-gate to Leuding- haus wagon. Finder, please leave a First National Bank and receive paj for trouble—J. H. Hines. ltp CHICKENS! CHICKENS Star Parasite Remover will keep them free of worms and destructive insects, in better health and produc- ing more eggs. BABY CHICKS Don't let white diarrhoea and other bowel troubles kill them. Star Roup and Diarrhoea Tablets will prevent and relieve them or money back. 50-8t —For Sale at all Drug Stores— LET ME WEI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

I' UP FIFTY 9x12 CONGOLEUM RUGS —Your choice, $6.89— 10 patterns to select from. THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1928 ■■■■■■I TEN 9x12 SEAMLESS TAPESTRY RUGS —$18.89— .. . Congoleum, Roll goods, per square yard. . 42c Bring the measure of your room. Portable Talking Machines. $12.50 to $23.50 A saving of $5.00 a machine Best grade water color Duplex Shades, 36x6, green and white 69c RECORDS, each 45c One lot 36x6 green Shades 25c 42-piece Dinner set, best quality $5.98 Large Oak Kitchen Safes $8.48 Round Dining Tables, with extensions $14.85 10 large size Oak Dressers $13.95 Unfinished Breakfast Tables, drop leaf. $6.98 We also maintain a second-hand department, where hundreds are saving money. Prices in this department will be smashed. Here It Is 3 Solid Gar Loads of Furniture Going to be sold at Rock Bottom Prices. You have been waiting tor this opportunity. Now you have it. Buying this stock in car load lots saves money. You will also reap this Saving. Come as ea...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 MADISON COUNTY FAIR Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2 and 3 ' , * - - . Just a few more days. Be on hand early with your products. PRIZE MONEY ON— LIVESTOCK: a. Dairy Cattle b. Beef Cattle c. Swine d. Poultry Bring something that will mean keen com- petition for the other fellow. Jill to gain Nothing to lose. EXHIBITS: a. Ladies' Department b. Community c. 4 H Club Boys If you win no money, you have gained knowledge, for it is EDUCA TIONAL! Everything is fair at the Fair. Don't forget the OLD FIDDLERS' CONTEST. One of these fiddlers will just about play your favorite air. We invite you to compete. Yours for a Good Time, Madisonville Chamber of Commerce / I u / THINGS HAVE CHANGER SINCI WE HERE KIDS The high hatter no longer inspires awe. Even the few Pharisees we have left are more discreet. The old aristrocracy of inheritance is giving place to the new aristocracy of achievement. Look at the present political line up. Hoover and R...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

I?# Nitrogen Needed By Cotton Plant In Early Growth Cotton growing has undergone many changes in the laat ten years, but none has been more marked than the meth- od of fertilizing. Results throughout the Cotton Belt show conclusively that the cotton plant must have aa abundant supply of nitrogen at the tlnn' it is attaining its most rapid rat® of growth. The cotton plant at this time is not unlike a growing child, ■whose hunger Is only occasionally sat- isfied and then for short Intervals Recognition of this need of ths plant Is doubtless responsible for the remarkable increase In side-drerising during the last ten years. The prac- tice seems to be confined to no#one locality and !n fact is growing rapidly from North Carolina to Texas. Of the 131 farmers who completed the Geor- gia Five Acre Cotton Contest last year, 04 used a side-dressing of some kind on their cotton and nitrate ot soda was the choice of 40 of these. In the 1926 Georgia Contest, the « farmers making the largest yi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27,1928 Route to Glory •"He must Increase, but I must de- crease.' Tills Is your route to Glory. Unless He increases In your life and you decrease, your life will be con- trary to what lie wants it to be. In fact, ij will be fruitless. In all things He must have the pre-eminence if you would be fruitful for Hlm."' STERLING WILL TAKE UP ROAD CONSTRUCTION HIGHWAY CHIEF RETURNS TO AUSTIN FOR EQUIPMENT PROBLEM STUDY Worthy Qualities A man cannot per.sl.-teiitly admire worthy qualities and not eventually partake of theui.—Brown. BADJPAINS Use of Cardui Helped to Relieve Suffering. "I have taken Cardui and have found it a very helpful medicine," says Mrs. Minnie Kocher, of Lynn Haven, Fla. "After a course of Cardui, I felt like I had been made over. "For a while I suffered with bad pains In my back and sides. At times, these would distress me so I wouid seem past going. "We had known of Car- dui in our family for a long time, so I thought I wou...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 27 September 1928

[,**• The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. MADISON COUNTY THE MADISONVILLB METEOR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1928 < u (Written by a Madisonville Citizen) This County was organized in 1854. (You might find names of first officers from records) Dr. P. W. Kittrell represented the county, Wal- ker and Grimes, that year in Sta£e Legislature and gave the name "Mad- ison." County seat also same name but somehow was changed to Madi- sonville. A few of the children of the origin- al settlers are yet living. Hugh L Hayes was six years old then and still lives in two miles of his birthplace. Bill Clapp at Granbury and Wayne Mitchell, Austin, whose parents lived in the County. These two are the only ones of the children left of the Clapp and Mitchel...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 October 1928

The Madisonville Meteor — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1928 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN HUGE ATTENDANCE GREETS DAY OF COUNTY FAIR V Autumn Business Activities Are Assuming Brisk Momentum in Madisonville Fair Exhibits Are Shown in Splendid Array and a Multitude of Visitors Come to Attend the Annual Event The second day of the Madison County Fair is in full progress at the time The Meteor goes to press this (Wednesday) afternoon, and we have no time to give a detailed report in this week's issue, but the attendance Tuesday and Tuesday night was heavy. People came in from every- where, and many visitors from long distances were here to see the fair and visit relatives and friends. The fair this year is splendid. The exhibits were good, excellent and even .astonishing in many instances. En- tertainment features were good and there was something to enjoy continu- ously day and night. West Main street in Madisonville was almost a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 October 1928

s ■m i 110,000 WILL BE AWARDED TO WRITERS OF CHICK STORIES it .11 it I Ten thousand dollars in cash prizes ]will be awarded for the best letters on "Why It Pays to Buy Chicks from • Hatchery," in the biggest prize con- Itcst ever conducted in the poultry in-' du.stry, according to announcement (Just made by the International Baby Chick National Campaign headquart- «rs. The contest is cpen to everyone, particularly farmers and others in-| lerested in poultry raising, with the' exception of hatchery operators, their' employees and families. j A glance at the list of prizes in- dicates that a new autommobile, a trip to Europe, or even new farm equipment is going to be possible for Borne fortunate contestants, when the winners are announced about March 81, 1929. First prize in the contest is $5,000; second prize is $2,000; third prize $1,000; fourth prize $500; fifth prize $250; sixth prize $125; the next | ten prizes $50 each; and the next 25 prizes $25 each. The contest rules are simp...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 October 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1 28. CLASSIFIED ADS Fresh Vegetable every Tuesday and Friday at T. W. Byer'a. tf Bermuda Onion Sets—Fresh turnip seed, rape and stock beets seed at T. W. Byers. tf. WANTED—School students foi board and looms. Apply to Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Your lubrication costs per mile and per year will be less with MOBIL- OIL, the world's quality oil. FOR RENT—Three rooms with all modern conveniences in home of Mrs. Erin Burtis. See R. H. Lynch. It FORD TRUCK—For sale, in good running condition, can be bought at the right price. See A. L. Hensarling 4t. SPITFIRE'S VACATION 'an passed hit around and we all tuck a dip, then another man come up. Dr. Mr. Bill loud cotton or no cotton, he Horace interduced us to him as wouldn't be rite, and he loud as Hay- Sid Farris, the boss of one of them seed wusser settin up after this spell air store houses, I loud mister I am FOR RENT—Two nice, large rooms with bath, water and lights furnished for $10 per month. Would...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 October 1928

' hk THE MAD180NT1LLE METEOK. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1 8. m znua raws Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Berry returned Houston, where Sunday in each month So as to make I 1 it more convenient for the pastor to fill his appointments at the other places. In the county, year .(1.S6 la the county, « months .75 . ^ . Out of couctv, wr „.., LlTr, li\l Sn*nty Oat of coonty, 6 months hsri been \>tng their daugb- IX MEMORY OF MRS. MAC.NESS. ■ — iter, Mrs. G«-Tge El! . Entered as i*«cv>T><i-cias* matt*? Madi<rr.v."V. TexaSs under the act of ternary IS. 1S&. at the {uas-o&e a March Ss SSTft. ne*s nton niutmfsip J. Q Aiiams made a business trip to Ton Worth the last of the week. jurfcat kcuul Sv'«m aS- * im tByri - and 3fcrj, Jtonra V«Tb ncf Stita- ami Hbr. I« States- anc famir l r;f lam mwten£ jn TW honst Er. anH 3B . Ami* Jiutsn Mr. and Xrs-. T. S. Hollis and son. T. S. Jr.. came d*vn from Flynn Sat- urday xaght and spent Sunday in X. y.oirh Mr. Hollis well pleased with f-it acrwvii; ai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 4 October 1928

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1 28. A Retrospective, An Introspective and a Prospective View of the Educa- tional System of Madison County. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Madison County—Greeting: You are hereby, commanded to cause to be published, once a week _ for ten days, exclusive of the first ^ ont.nu-;d trom first page.) day of publication, before the return finally grew into what is now Thorpe day thereof, in some newspaper of Springs Christian College. Other men general circulation published in said A'ho were identified with the school at County, which has been continuously Midway before the Civil War were and regularly published in said Tom Swinney, a Mr. Heller, a Mr. County for a period of not less than Peel, and a Mr. Hope. This school one year, the following notice: | was conducted in a log room sixteen To all Persons Interested in the Wei-1 by twenty feet, with conditions as fare of Aron W illice, Loice, Mary | crude as the most ...

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