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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1904

! KM and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edit by MISS BESS R.OSEBOR.OUGH. Phone 24? Miss JNell Roes Lsster is quite .ill with measles. Mr. Thomas whoias been vary 11 of congestion is improving. . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turner and ion Taber leave tonight for San Lngelo. Mrs. J. H. Stephens left this iorning for Temple to visit rela- res and friends. Mrs. MoCartney and daughter It for San Angelo this morning be gone a few days. Miss Margaret Armstrong spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks in Comanche. Mrs. Fitzgerald wife of Con- ductor Fitzgerald left yesterday for Yoakum to spend a few days visiting relative and friends. Mrs. A. K. Votaw who Has . )jbeen here on a visit to her sister ' Mrs. G. O. Stewart lift yesterday morning for a visit to the west . Mrs.yJi A Abney is visiting her mother Mrs.- Hnling of Lampasas who is in feeble health. She will remain indefinitely ber - return depending on the condition of Mrs. Huling's health....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1904

3 i - A" Spring Salt fes& ererepreseots.the best to. bei.had at the;xfrice. All two-piece Suits at S10 are l-KHed.and'X;lmea coats beautifully. ii flMbie i. and . .represent . a very choice lotot patterns. We show a lot of Flannels and Crate at $7.50 and $5.00 a suit that are great fioiis and goods at morejnoney than we ask. . i hoWad S. gilham bros; We sell goods worth the money ; . BR0TO00D LODGE DIRECTORY. Vntir-M under this headine will be onhlished at Sio per year. Orders car rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called mee iings. vomers wixx us ax advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan Valley Camp Ifo. 45 meets InMaccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. WiWON Clerk. Court Directory 3tfh ludiaal Distnct Judge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. Clerk Jack Hall County officers: County Judge S. a Coffee. Comity Attorney W. Ui. Early. County Clerk W. D. McChristy Sheriff M. H. Denman. Tax Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1904

f aiD AH Y BULLETDCK :1 VOL. 4. ' RROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 26. 1904. ' NO. i63 N. ' V ff!f?i!f!ff??!U!!!?M!H!n!f i ; . . - AVe 0 in:: t is: is sr ARRI Ml I is .sw ?f fl EMBROIDERY Have secured about 75 pieces of Embroidery Edge and Insertion all t etails m a general way from 8sc to I Oc a yard but I will dump the entire line in at 5 Gents STOCK COLLARS. Biggest Shipment of Stock Collars ever Shown in Brownwood. H 25c to 'ST 5gO f One of the latest and nicest ever shown it this part of the state. "New Idea." SAM BRIN'S ONE-PRICE STORE. rf ssssssss... 1 000000000000000-0-000000000 you will need an um- brella and you had better get a good one. "We guarantee the silk against splitting for two years. We have the handles in gold silver or pearl. There is nothing nicer or more appropriate for birthday gifts. Armstrong Jewelry Co. ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooi We give away a 42 piece dinner set of dishes every Saturday. Others get them. Whynotyou? J F. Wilson. -Furniture Coffins and Cask...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1904

Mi SS IsbbbbbbS j B 'I E s m 1 E DAILY MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. altered at the Brownwood Potoffipe as second classtaail matter JWILL H. MAYES Editor. . ; HERVEY F. MAYES .Maxw;er. ' . THOS. A;. DODGEON Circulation Manager. A Case for The Strawn Enterprise is a Texas. The first issue is a model of neatness. W.H Tayloris ed- itor. ' . ' - It'is to be hoped the Business League will take up the depot matter in earnest with the two railroads leading into Brownwood The depot facilities are a disgrace to the town and i the roads can- not be prevailed upon to build larger and better depots the matter should be carried before the railway commission to see if relief can- not be had from that source. Brownwood is soon to have a ohance to entertain an excursion pkrty of Texas business men. We should by all means do as well by them as we did by the New York and St. Louis aggregations. The exoursionists come from Dallas and are the heads of the various wholesale houses and manufacturing pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1904

. . - I -I IT . Jtist received at ROGERS DRY GOODS COMPANY'S. i i " In variety of styles "and materials these suits are new and very stylishly made and the price is $5.00 and $6.00 each. These suits ordinarily sell at $8.50 to $10.00 and they are Veil worth that much money but in view of the fact thatwe got them at a very low price we are selling them at a saving to you of $3.50 and $4.00 a suit. We have a large variety of these suits all sizes and have fixed this price on them in order to make a quick sale and if you fail to take advantage of this opportunity you will miss a argain. - & & jfi .. & To save time and expense as wcflr always go to Rogers fo wtat yoa want- He kqeps it: Ro ers Goods Dty Goods Clothing and Shoes. IA SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS. Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS ESS R.OSEBOR.OUGH. . Phone 247 A pionio crowd is tomorrow nigMn booked for ' Miss Pattie Allison is spending the week in Blan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1904

4 iNew Styles Again today in men's all-wool coat and ; pant suits one-quarter lined coats -?"- padded shoulders .and shape re- ' taining- fronts. Beautiful shades of cloth and splendid workmanship at $7.50 a suit. A large line of men's summer suits ai. $5.00 S6.50. Special showing of Summer trous- ers at $3.50 and $5.00. . (HOWARD (Si GILLIAM BROS v- We sell goods worth. the money ' .-- BROWNWOOD LODGE DIRECTORY Notices under this heading will be published at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be cnarged for notices of extra and called - . i 1 3 meetings utners win oe cnargea regu . ax aaverasmg races. w. o. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets in Maccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A-.E. Wiison Clerk. Court Director? 3tfh Judicial Distnct Judge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. Clerk Jack Hall County officers: County Judge S. C. Coffee. County Attorney W. U. Early. County Clerk W. D. McChristy Sheriff M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

IS DAILY RROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 27. 1904;- NO. J 64 VOL. 4. aa ai .. i act) aaW. jaNhw a- -iAB -- BULLETIN cBa?7a'Ez: . itM"!";;!I::;;;;;;1i'(i1.ii ndti. nr iiniininnmf .W w I ;;;; ;;..;!! t s r !! !i :::: j : j - ' 1 1 sa. -- . A a 1 fi VI 1 1 1 ) a. a.. af 9 EMBROIDERY Have seeded about 75 pieces of Embtoidety Edge and Insertion all retails in a general way from 8. to 1 Oc a yard bet I will dump the entire line m at 5 Cents i STOCK COLLARS. Biggest Shipment of Stock Collars ?ve Shqwn in Bownwooc(. One of the latest and nicest eve shown it this pat of the state. "New Idea' i SAM BRIN'S ONE-PRICE STORE r- at ? "mm v -N ' : a ....... (M:!:::!!!!iit!i!!iiSiitSIi-iiiiiiiiiii)'i' ' a aiVi. ; i i J (:2i!!:.iS.ai m W.--a-:---U:::.:i:i..::: 0 OOOOOO CKHXKXV O OGOOOO OOOOOO 6 6 0 C BAT PINS SIMMONS IS INDICTED 8 We have tust receiv ed a new lot of ele- gant and stylish Hat Pins. Keep your hat on with' one of our Kat Pins. Armstrong Jewelry Co. !ooooooooooooOokooooooooo We giye away...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

The Daily Bulletin. MAYES PRINTING CCs Publishers. BROWOTOOD TEXAS FEMININE PHILOSOPHY. - -j a i Since ether people's attractions are pertly (a big partly or a little partly) responsible 'for the rise or fall of the mercury oi our happiness it is lucky that these attractions abound. Xot only the appalling indulgences at our ever seraphic and ever lenient -and .compassionate mammas who al- wajsrub the ruffled feathers to vel- vet" thus "inspiring the hearts beneath the feathers with a peace that passeth understandings . Not only the caresses of worshipful .little sisters and magnificent big brothers who think we are always right and the world always wrong. J?ot-only the Incense and rosewatcr of -sweethearts who are over-devout arid under-skeptical. "Not only the. cooing and ments of flattering friends. c'ompll- Nor the 'liquid notes and soothing sayings of the people of diplomacy .who always gild 'the pill lay the flat tering unction to one's soul and things ;pleasantly pleasant. Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

ft f The One Man. . Weary Willie Yeh de fust time I was even in Noo York a friend o'. mineitook ine in toV an' made me ac- quainted wid Russell Sage. Hungry Hawkes Aw g'on! .Weary Willie Sure. He pointed 'im out 'ter me so's I'd know 'im again 'if I ever met 'im an wouldn't waste do time tryin' ter touch 'im fur a nickel. BASHFUL HE XOSES HIS HAT AND HIS Overdid the Thing. . "He wouldn't lie even about the fish he' caught. He just let the photo- graph speak for itself." VHe photographed it then?" . "Yes. He stuck a small branch of- a .small tree up In the sand hung the fish to it and then photographed it at short range. But he overdid the thing." "How was that?" " "Why the branch looked like a big- oak .in the picture and the fish was more than half as big as the tree. Somehow people suspected him of lying even if he didn't say a word." His Only Knowledge. "Where is the board of health?" in- quired the stranger who had been wandering aimlessly about the city hall.. - "I can tell you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

i m mm L Toe IWi -.- A' 1 0 The season is here when to be in style the ladies must put on Oxfords and Toe slippers. Rogers has had: a remarkable sale oLthis line of goods since the season opened. Everybody who visits the store is pleased .with the styles and the selections and if in need of anything 'in tjiis line rarely leaves the store before purchasing.. Rogers has them in French Medium and Low' heels. He also has an excellent line of slippers for the children and at moderate prices. tfr1 " . . . . . We. 'now have in stock one of the best lines of ladies plain lace striped embroidered and fancy hosiery it' has ever been our good fortune to possess. We are selling this hosiery at reasonable" prices much less than others ask for same quality. See us for anything and everything in Dry Goods We 'have it. . . ' Ro Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes GrOO ds Co r - THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter. -WILL H. MAY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

f i. I 1 '-A 41 1 i nm 74. w i i - - J mmm u nav mi w mBV bmv mm mmt aw aav Hr Hf mmt BmmI mm mm mm mm mm mm mm rmm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m w mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm tmm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm7 a at i I 3 !4 r . : r f iiiif iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiBiiiiviwuio mm mmw it mmw mj& mm KsHGaas mm m i r i C-.lly9 Ml Ml W 1- : r . -. - . - rs y f Commencing Thursday April &8th Ve Place on 8ale for THURSDAY FRIDAY AWD SATURDAY'S SALE s. 1 The Greatest Values Ever Offered to" the People of Brownwood Goods Placed on Sale at Less-Than Manufacturers' Prices. Remember These Prices Ate for Thoirsday Friday Saturday otjl After which Original Prices will fee resumed Big Clothing Special This week the greatest val- ues ever offered to the people of Brownwood on Fine Clothing. Every garment tailored better than any made-to-order tailor. We guarantee a perfect fit and fine workmanship. We are sole distributors for the famous C. & B. Clothing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

r -J tmtmtm 11 mm i 1 1 -i i -r .. . - - mm mm . . - - v fMllI II III I Mil llMlTT-11 1 TTH r I 1 HI MP.WAI IHW life i . i j On the Wrecking Train " V r J . - - . - . r . - - - - . "tr.v.- I D I II j- That there should .exist within two hundred miles from Mexico City un- discovered until now and unexplored ' its massive walls now tottering as they protect the lonely shepherds who frequent the spot a castle whose grandeur cannot be excelled by any- thing on. America's soil would seem incredible. But such is a fact. Situated on a cliff whose almost per- pendicular walls descend eight hun- dred to a thousand feet to the ravine below almost encircled by two ra- viues along whose narrow beds flow crystal -waters that ooze from many springs with no entrance except over a narrow neck fifteen feet wide on top 6f the cliff stands to-day the castle of the Hontezumas if the legend cur- rent among the natives in that vicin- ity is true. - : . A prospector recently heard from several natives who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

l hT JUT. OlLiDCLOTHING Hait h bkk or jtllow for all km3i w wti worn un wit cyuywtiere. Look for the 5tin of the Fiih tnd the rone TOWER on the buttons. 'J WELL DRILLING MACHINERY. A Full tine for all re- quirements In stock at Dallas. Come and ee or write to o and we will send jou Free Catalogue No-89 Bhnwlnjr onr many diCcrent atyleaof machines. AMERICAN WELL WORKS Dallas Texas. M FREE to WOMEN A Largo Trial Box and book of in- structions absolutely Free and Post- paid enough to prove the value of PaxtineToilet Antiseptic Pax tine is la powder form to dissolve In water non-poisonous endfarsuperiortollquid Antiseptics containing alcohol -which Irritates Inflamed surfaces and have no cleansing prop- erties. The contents of every box mokes more Antiseptic Solu- tion lasts longer tes further has more uses In the family and does more food than any antiseptic preparation you can buy. The formula of a noted Boston physician and used with great success as a Vaginal Wash forLeucdrrhcca Pel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1904

ltiiiailMBiltl(iilllf . . -- ' i - ...... i .iiiiii i MmMViiHpiM ' j ! ' - - - w r i 'I- w 1? f .; Special Showing Of a line of women's slippers- :. in oxfords strap sandals and .. Gibson ties values 50c a pajr- .. ;: ;"';- ' more than we charge for these . shoes. All solid no. cut off vamps under tips correct lfeels . :.- and splendid styles. Three prices three" grades$1.75S1.50 - - -and $1.25. Misses' sizes to match at 25e a pair less money. - . ' HOWARD (Si GILLIAM BROS We sell good a worth the money ' I BR0WW00D LODGE MM10RY. Kotaces under this heading will be published at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called . meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. v. o. w. -Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets in Maccabee Hall the first and third " Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Waj-ters Coun.Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. Court Directory 3th Judicial District Judge John W. Goodwin. ! Attorne3" J. H. Baker. .C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 April 1904

BULLETIN DAILY OL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 28. 1904. NO. tour i. :jk'3 ATA?I S 55SSJr!5??r!5!tt!?5?5!JS!SJ!5555SJSf5t5Sjt;;;-?;!'5j!S5s? ! t! !!!!! n !!!?!! f !!!!!!! t !!!!!:?$ t ;t !!!!!!!: ft:: ;!! 5& KT.V ; :2f h 4 r1 I. Wlxat's the Use ! ! i: -v r:3 In paying $5.00 to $7.50 for a pair of shoes when you can go to Brin's and get a pair of the celebrated WALKOVER SHOES as good as you can get anywhere a perfect fit elegant styles high or low cut In fact a perfect shoe for $3.50 and $4.00? The WALKOVER is fuily guaranteed and if not perfectly satisfactory bring back the shoes and. get the purchase price. " We have made the shoe business a study for years and we. have never found shoes that give better satisfaction than the "WALKOVER or the ATLANTIC. ' We submit .these shoes tor your consideration on their rnerit. They ought to 'get your trade and if you knew their good points we believe you would never 'use any other kind. SAM KIN Sells SHOES ........... - i :::: i ::...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 April 1904

The Daily Bulletin. fclAYES PRINTING CO. Publishers. &ROWOTOOD - - - - TEXAS JA. Toledo club has decided that then is a personal devil. - No names are mentioned. King Edward read his speech with as grave and serious a face as 'if he had written it himself. Somebody asks whether Russell Sage could afford to" retir from bus! ness. He couldn't afford not to. TheIobster is green when he's fresh andfresh when he's green but he is indispensable in the salad of life. Awriter in Harper's Weekly acks: "Does civilization shorten life?" It doesl car barn bandits get' firsC '- there . Statistics show that woman lives -longer 'than man. And still men will "contloye to stay out till early in the -".morning. Mme. Xordica doesn't get any ali- mony "but her case isn't so bad. She 'wontfrhave to support "the gentleman -anymore. - Thcushccessful men of to-day work Gd "hard for what they have got The menlsbf to-morrow will have to work harder to get it away. Th'-'hook agent who sold Speaker Cannon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 April 1904

SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT CATARRH COUGHS yerunafbr coughs andfplds iit children colds; grip ChicdlerL SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe and Winter Catarrh. IN EVERY country of the civilized -world the Sisters of Charity are known- Not only do they minister to the spiritual and intellectual needs of the charges committed to their care but they also minister to their bodily needs. "Whenever coughs or colds la grippe or pneumonia make their appearance among the children these Sisters are not disconcerted but know exactly the rem- edies to apply. With so many children to take care of and to protect from climate and disease these wise and prudent Sisters have found Peruna a never-failing safeguard. Value of the Birch. Id writers in mentioning birch trees seldom failed to say solemnly that they were useful to grow branch- es with which to give boys thrashings. Turner "dgards the supply of "flexible pemicnt branches" for purposes of pun- ishment as the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 April 1904

Twenty Odd Styles In men's low quarter .shoes m patent plain and tan ox- fords all " widths and sizes ' - . " --'. V Blucher and" Oxford cuts - two prices for patents $4 ' and $5 two makes Thomp- " -f son's and Hanan's. Let us . show you through. HOWARD l GILLIAM BROS We sell goods worth the mbnej' . BROWNWOOD LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices tinder this heading: will be pablkhed at $10 -per year. Orders car rying these standing notices will not be caused tor nonces or extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets In Maccabee Hall the first and third Tkaraday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. WOMEN AND JEWELS. Jewels candy flowers man. that is the order of a woman's preferences. Jewels form a mag- net of mighty power to the average woman. Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk- her hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 April 1904

DAILY BULLETIN. 1 VOL. 4. 1 ' . - y 1 1 Miff miMinMMinMiMnnmmmmimMiMM ffgggggtgSfgfl?tiggf?fSfff ' a Z Z 5 2 ZZrZZZZ7777: 5 fr! 5 55??? s : s H ? t ; s ? ?! 5 : i ? t : s : i s s s s s i s s : ? s s ? s s s s 1 1 s f t s 1 1 s : j 1 1 s s t : ; i s ! i i J J : 1 1 : t M t t 1 1 t t t . j ! ? 5 ?J J J 5 r ? ? 5 :.! J! : : ; : -. I What's the Use!! i f ; ' V': ... p -s . 4' ' a S " 22 Zz Z Z Z Z s ooooooooooooooooooooooooo HAT PINS! SOMETHING NEW 1 1 We have Tust receive ed a new lot of ele- gant and stylish Hat ' Pins. Keep your hat on with one of our Hat Pins. & Armstrong Jgwelry Co. ooooooooooooO oooooooooooo TODAY we received a fresh supply of - craters etc which consists of Prince's Sodas Select City Sodas i DOul in plain auo aaucu. Jersey- Toast Vanilla Wafers Lemon Wafers N. B C. Ginger Snaps Graham Crackers Nabisco's Athen'as. Zu Zu's 6ee us for fresh goods. i Mallow & Scott. ; fWAlfi For the Best Soda Water ever dispensed in Brown- wood We have a fine soda foun- tain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 April 1904

t r X tplisse pink ch the underbrim in two Beotions lii satin ribbon thi. raided 8 trifle; THE DAILY MAYES IIIWp CO.roprietor. Entered atthef rood -PoBce as ffcond fign H. tMA.YES. BDXTO. HEKVEY F. MAYES MANAGER. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. Why not BA'DOM THOUGHTS. Don't be unreasonable. Put other people to as little trouble as possible. Try to lighten the labors the cares and the annoyances of those with whom you do business as much as possible. Don't ntertain the idea that because you are spending money with a man you are placing him underobligatious to you. The man who gives you value received for your money especially if he is giving you what you want is doing you as much of a favor as you are rendering him. You are both merely exchanging for the commodities you most want. Then why should the man with the money to spend feel any more important than the one from w.bom he is buying? Why should he assume airs about it? But he often does. I have known a man to walk into a ...

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