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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

\ V / if San Aug mm Hi VOLUME 5. NO. 16 SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, iai;. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR, $1.00 and $1.56 NEW COURT HOUSE NEEDED San Augustine Attorney Expresses Views oo New Court House Question. For sometime past I have been listening to all of the expressions made, pro and con, regarding a new court house for our county. I am always interested in the general welfare of San Augus- tine County, and because of this interest have always lent an at- tentive and interested ear to what was said on the subject. Most of the expressions I have heard, indicated that the persons making them, were in favor of the proposition, though occasion- ally a dissenting voice would be heard. I do not mean to say by this that I have heard anything like an expression ot the people on the subject, but am merely telling about the ones 1 have heard. After thinking the matter over carefully, I have come to the conclusion that there is little or no use in waiting any longer to test the matte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

\ -J / \ Texas Far* Life Comwssion. Tli« btcndol A i> ries of Article , By S, X. Liu Jit" . Naples, May 19, 1913—In my first article I showed how the farmers of Italy enjoyed better markets for their wheat, corn, potatoes and other products of their farms, than we of Texas, and I described a small Haif- feissen Credit Association, com • monly called a rural bank. The lands of Italy average better than ours, due to methou- ic and continuous upbuilding of the soils. This practice is uni- versal throughout the country. Ninety per cent of the lands are cultivated. Hill and mountain sides and narrow valleys are tultivated the same as the broad level black lands and are made to yield as bountifully. As lands are valuable, it is cheapei to build and rebuild soils tiunjto purchase other lands. This is true of |Texas lands, but our people do |not realize it yet. When our people have learned how to farm, and at the same time build up their soils, Texas lands will excel those of Italv by gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

Citation by Publication. The State of Tfxas. Erastua H"ill, Nr>. 1986a vs. inaftíP flp^^r¡bh<1 , l'>o«ted «rid i situated in Snn Amrustine Coun. | ty, T^Xtis by vi! .Je Unknowr. Ht-irs of Willams Humphreyn et ai. Suit pend'ntr in the District rourt of Shu Augustine Coun.y, Tv .S. H . •Jt'e ,">V •:f dllpli Undented balance N • w;- Class 1 - r. Issued by Jifvo Keuchler C<'rrtr>is¡ioner of the General Land Off ce of Texas on the 1st. day of 1878. t'"- «•irnp t>ein¡í a part of the unió- ¡ cated balance of s-iid certific ite, holding (fie the sariib !n fee si<;- I pie, and that on the day audi ye tr last af'orepHjd the defend*! numbered cause, you are hereby ■ lH herein beiolv named, and! commanded to summon the fol* j each and all of them unlawfully lowing named persons as de- entered upon said rremises and iendants in said cau-^e, t(* wit: ejected the plaintiff therefrom. The unknown heirs of William an(j unlawfully withold from Humphrey, deceased also the un jj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

... • h \[ ' ft -i / > Ml ÍA SAN AUGUSTINE TRI3UN O. s. HARRISON. Editar ami Pro(>ri>'tur. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One tear, Six Won Ins, .50 Entered as second-class matter March 5, 1909, at the post office at San Augus- tine, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. A $22000 town pasture is rather classy, isn't it? One can hitch on it if he brings a wagon to tie to or his own post. Court co 173.123 Jily 7th. Take a look at the jjcourt house before Jyou enter and see if you don't asrree witTi us that it is a "beaut." A country of home owners is always a prosperous one; because there is but little of conflicting: interest to arise and the people can get together and act for their mutual benefit. right of franchise. In this day and time thsre is little excuse for ignorance upon public questions. The farmer should voce for amendment 18 if he de- sires to DroWde community warehouses in which to care for his crops before sale. The hasty and ill advised statemen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

r |y i-i 1 if Id 13. I'P of I call ♦ + + -local and personal. + ♦ ♦ ♦•♦♦+♦♦+ ++++++++♦++ • i Reggie Dunman was a Sun- day visitor from Bronson. • Lynus Parker was a business visitor at Alto last Friday. The Cozy is the place to get a cure for the blues. Try it-5 -16tf W. W. Watts of Center was a business visitor here this week. San Augustine Drug Co is headquarters for Liv-Ver-Lax. Láwrence Buckner of -JAttoyac visited relatives here Tuesday. Mr. aijfl Mrs. I. V. Childers spent last Siinday at Bronson. Dr. John Gatling of 8omerville is visiting his parents here thi3 week. Messrs. J.W. and R. H. Min- ton of Hemphill motored to this city last Monday. Judge S. W. Blount visited San Augustine friends and relatives last Sunday. H. P. Weir of Beaumont has been living, the past week, in San Augustine. Guaranteed flour, 81.50. High patent, $1.35 and oomcnon flour $1.10. W. A. McClanahan. Tom Jeanes returned last week from Rockland and is spending several days with his family. Mrs. F. R. Tuc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

V ? ■\ *) -j / #7 5 -5 z V h.'.'WV. 1 C R. TOLIVAR 1 Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer P. O. DRAWER 829 PHONES: New 959. Old 399 Beaumont, Texas I Handle the Best as Well as the Cheapest A few of my prices. Write for a complete list. Case Goods Blends Three Feathers, per 4 qaarts Black ithitcScstch, per 4 Marti. Old Bvshmifk Irisa, per 4 quarts... Graanymcdc 74, per 4 quits Hanover lye, per 4 qaarts Raleigh Spria|s. per 4 quart •Id Saratoga, per 4 qaarts Red Tfcp. per 4 qaarts I. W. Harper, per 4 qaarts C. R. T. Best Rye, per 4 qaarts— Jefferson Clah, per 4 qaarts Lower Woods Chief, per 4 qaarts... Echo, per 4 qaarts Moaafraia, per 4 qaarts Three Bells, per 4 qaarts 18. N ..7.H ..7. S.H ..S.M .S.OO S.M SN S.M .4.M . 3.H . .3.M 2.SC .2 M 2.50 Case Goods Bottled in Bond fid Crow S's, per 4 qaarts |S 50 Hill k Hill, per 4 qaarts 5.00 Old Stock, per 4 qaarts 4.50 6. R. Sharpe, * r 4 aaarts 4.50 BARREL GOODS Flaxm a a fttriciky Whiskey, light years old,per Jailer 4.5 Hill «Hill, per ¿al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

To Save The Baby. Washington, June 15.—Warn- jing every community in the (Nation that the great death rate >f babies is due to diseases Iwhich, to a large extent, are pre- I ven ta ble, the Children's Bureau [of the Department of Labor has prepared a compilation of the 3teps which various up-to-date [cities are taking to protect child ]life, and will circulate it in a [national campaign for diffusing I child welfare ideas. The bulletin, which will be a ¡feature of the Children's Bureau, [exhort every locality to wage Isummer campaigns to save the I babies' lives. In wards in such cities as New lYork and Philadelphia where [systemetic summer baby-saving Icampaigns were undertaken, the Ideath rate of infants deceased [between 30and 40 per cent. A baby nursed by its mother, 1 the Children's Bureau declares, [ has abproximately ten times the chances to live that a bottle-fed baby has. The bulletin describes various municiDal and philanthropic ac- tivities in the direction of child we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 27 June 1913

sr- / -- Í 1 i / 1 i 4 . n . H t J \ / i 0 5 ^ LOCALS AND PERSONALS S'/'yi ! iiHve '.' tn- 'hi's fai?. *hi« ■/.««'< and w * hnv" r '- cor ¿«itJ hII (hit ' a{/i>* to v<r ri' >¿- John Teel and M, «• •>< Yvonna an J Ydell, 'A'ff Of I'/'itl relatives thi* w '« k. Wise and Otherwise ' Ofi'iMiwJ fr r : £;<• J b'e of making to keep from /, spising t.hf excuse .'or ft man who grants and groans in the amori corner, and '-lis tflory when a prot.raot.ffl rr.fft.injr is* in progress, when wo know he keops a hfII of unhappiness l:¡v«r«-Morri and daughter* , burning in hi.n own home. Lila and N dl, ar« visit- i nú relative* in Navaso'a this K Wry few people know Judgo wf" IÍ. Hhort, of this city. Lots 'I he young people unjoyfd an kk know hirn arifi some impromptu dance lust night at think they know him—hut I the home of -Vir, and Mrs. Wm. doubt if' anybody iri the world McDonald. really knows him. I have been Fresh groceries at. Mediana- acquainted with hirn more than hurt's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 7 August 1914

ü San Augustine tribune ! VOLUME 6. NO. 21. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. PRICE, PER YEAR, $1.0fr WORLD'S GREATEST WAR •— * l*¡ Is Now in Progress Throughout Europe and Many lí¡Ilion Soldiers Are Engaged in Gigantic Struggle — All Europe is war mad and millions upon millions of soldiers are now engaged in a conflict such as the world has never known. For many years the pos- sibility of this state of ¡affairs has caused the nations of that continent to maintain enormous standing armies and to build ever larger and more efficient navies. The hour for their use arrived last week and the prep- arations against that day are now about to be tested to the limit. In its origin it was a race war between the Slav and the Teuton but through the offensive and de- fensive alliances of the different nationalities of Europe the align- ments now are being made with- out reference thereto and each nation is in realty struggling to prevent its conquest by some other power. HThe troubl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 7 August 1914

4 i t u 4 A éí- * k ■ i m. m ; ■ {♦J J ',Ct w> & HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Machine For Stringing Beads Quickly. An Ingenious little machine Is used In Germany for stringing bead^, such fts are a part of many embroideries, 6ays Popular Mechanics. A haiul re- volved axle bears two metallic wings, net something like the blades of a propeller, but with a narrow space be- tween. Inserted In this space a long needle He* on the axle, the point pro- jecting a trifle above the surface. As the machine is turned the beads placed "Within the receptacle are constantly agitated, and at each revolution one or moro beads striking against tho point of the needle at the proper angle are impaled and so continue on down along u thread placed to receive them. (nergy In the Sun. fendant and his wife? Witness-Yes, At the dlstanco of the earth from B'r* Magistrate—Tell me, if you can, It (93,000,000 miles), the heat energy he seemed to be doing. Witness yearly expended by tho sun Is as great -He ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 7 August 1914

W How to Eat Asparagus. '***^*4 \ How to eat asparagus. This to a problem as tremendous as bow to eat an orange. Ivan Heald in tbe London JCipress, gives some advice oa tbe |)olnt "Itest ono elbow," be says, "on tbo $loth and wrap ono leg around tbe leg pi tbe table so as to prevent overbal- ancing. Grip tbe asparagus and rub its neck in tbo melted butter. Before it bns time to make up its mind wbicb Way it will wobble swing tbe asparagus bff its feet and waggle it In tbo air to tost its pliability. Then open your 'jnoutb and make a feint at biting your stalk in tbe small of tbe back. "Ten to one tbe asparagus will try to dodge by doubling up. You get him aa his bead comes down, and tbero you ffcover in the excitement of tbe strug- ™>o tempted into biting tbe aspara- s below tbe belt. It's not playing tbo game, and, besides, it gives tbo stalk a fine opportunity to wbip around with a left book to tbo ear." His Majesty's Fault. In tbo reign of Francis I. of Franco qulcknoss of wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 7 August 1914

* i* *• \ I f S I • J i ¿h i'i ■ I I i ■ ■ ♦ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ♦ ♦ ♦ Chas.Childera went to Dallas the first of the week. Mr. MoBride of Teneha' wa3 a Sunday visitor to our town. For prime*cypress>hingles..9ee the J. H. Berry manJLumber Co. Miss Mamie McDaniel has re- turned home from Center. Charlie McClanahan spent Monday in Center on business. young folks enjoyed a at llollis Hall Monday The danee eight. Messrs. Ben Tucker and Percy Blount motored over from Nac- ogdoches Sunday. We carry a large stock of jirime and heart cypress shingles. J. H. Berryman Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. 'Stripling both were reported sick since out last issue, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hurst are in Galveston for a ten days va- cation. Misses Iris and Nannie Moore of Center are visiting Miss Vir- gie McDaniel this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C- Crouch returned home yesterday after several weeks spent in Colorado. Mr and Mrs. Power and sons of Bronson were here for a short visit with relatives this week. Mrs. T....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

$ *!>• ©0 0*. 4| u •WW it*a4 ÜHMNtM hi > '*«* 9 ww iiiiwmm «i a A*1 wo « r ■*> «ft k«i« a í lUbSM !) • «•« •• *«.*•. *«W «H * <* • • Srtbunp. • • VOL. X. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY IK, 1918 NUMBER 14 PATRIOTIC ECONOMY is produced when you conserve and save. Conserve your house, barns, farm tools, etc. All this can be done by using Sherwin -Williams Paints and Varnishes. We have a paint or varnish for every use and its the best money you ever spent when you give your wagon, farm tools and implements a coat of Sherwin-Williams Paint. The kind that preserves them and keeps you from having to spend money for new ones for the season just ahead. Talk to our Paint Man about Sherwin-Williams Products. YOURS TO SERVE San Augustine Drag Company VICTOR AGENTS ! GOVERNOR HOBBY ADDRESSED SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY CITIZENS Large Crowd Assembled to Hear the Governor Among whom was Quite a Number of Ladies. Governor Win. P. Hobby addressed a large crowd of citizens of San Au- hore T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

SAN AUíMJSTINE TRIBUNETHFRSDAY JUV IK mix ■ : / ~ — GREAT OVATION TENDERED JUDGE KING AT NACOGDOCHES Fridny night, June 21st., will long* be remembered by the people of Nacogdoches when more than 2,000 people assembled to hear Steve M. King, the "Favorite Son" oí Nacogdoches County, speak in the interest of his race for Congress. The audience was composed of representative men and women from all walks of life. Garrison, the boyhood home of Judge King, was es- pecially well represented, driving to thei;- county seat in twenty-five cars with streamers bearing the inscription: "Garrison is for Steve King." Judge King was introduced by his former law partner, Arthur A. Seale, and for nearly two hours Mr. King held the aud- ience while he discussed his candidacy dealing with national questions and reviewing his record in both branches of the Texas Legislature. He advocated measures of vital importance to the farming industry, by opposing the fixing of the price of cotton by Con- gress at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

.© SAN AUGUSTINE TKIHUXE TliniSfUY JUY ih. • ih N £ PINT X mnr&uuBi 3&jf*na i SALAD ANO COOKING i Economy and better cooking with MAZOLA. AMERICA has recently discovered a l wonderfully puré, wholesome oil for all cooking and salad uses — Mazóla, the sweet, nutritious oil from Indian Corn ^that gives energy, work-power and endurance. Mazóla makes fried and sautéd dishes more delicious—and much more digest- ible—than butter or lard. It doesn't burn easily and never takes up flavors and odors of cooking—not even fish or onions. It is wonderful for short- ening. Many housewives prefer it to butter. Mazóla is an oil. It doesn't have to be melted. Quantities can Victory Three Doughnuts 1 cup barley Flour 1 cup potato or rice flour 1 cup wlit'ut flour 1 eg* l cup suirar 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons Mu- róle pinch of salt 4 level teaspoon® baking powder Y¿ level U- spoon nutmeg Rol! out on floured board; let rise 7 to 10 minutes and fry in deep Mazóla. be measured exactly—saves time, p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

SAN M .WSTINK TIUHÍiNH l í'1 i -IjAY JFTA 1H, 1018 r) THEIR RECORDS COMPARED V. A. Collins charges that Box has no record; that his life has been all foliage and has produced no fruit. Collins then parades his belated co- operation with the Governor and overwhelming majorities in both houses during a few days of a special session after King's resignation as if oth- ers had done nothing and he all. For general distribution, he makes his picture adorned with loud colors with his own head self-decorated with garlands of laurel like ancient Greeks put on the head of their hero-god Apollo, and says "the ladies will certainly want to hear their champion/' instead of respectfully inviting them to hear him. His efforts to minify his opponents into nothing and inflate himself into a "chartipion" and hero god calls for a comparison of records. Which will be made. COLLINS AND BOX AS DEMOCRATS. Collins, while a mature man, was trying to ride into office on other party ticket over the ruins of D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

• m wnwtmH9um*"i A W-i V "V" MI1CKIE SAYS -TweVs sc^os or- OOOO FEttEttS *aOON' -fH ® hco€ TowN.euf i"Ht BEST | OP 'CM ARE THE F6U.6 * >N*0 8f m*3r N TCOPW ft**' (*os EMU.V SO WE WNt RvíSHEO fO OS^tH OVJ"i fuC PAPER. ON Y\N\E \ MO 7 (■IHI.S A\l) IIOYS m:\i> Tin: CO.VIIMJMI'ATS lU SINKSS MKN i*\ss o\ orit <;it\oi \ti:s from letters ill uii'ii who h;ivi' ability of our yOU SAlO ¿o/vf rw//VÚ7 A f / C *• J Here ai"«' <1 few JlMlllilll'lll 111 IsilH'SS lilt' |il out' as to 111) israduates: "Having employed severa' "I your uraduiites. I iihiik your institution I to- In-I nl ¡Is kind mi lliis country. "Of lit ' seven young uii'ii you have si-nt us, six remain in our serviré, ¡uní I In- ni lii'r has just .¡oiiii'ii f li«' navy. All ari* making good.' "There i- such a scarcil.v nl' busi- ness «• 1111 < u i'-s who lil I heir students tor t'i*al husiiii'ss. that, we i*aini«>I rc- train from writing ami indorsing your college, sine ' several nl yniir students h:iM' proven comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

«t 0* WfgfeMFWIi SAN AC0USTIM8 THIBUNK ' ItshAY Ji I.Y 1*, r.MK >" fe íl - 4 ;i-. v "3 -* 1 Patrons Pleased With Day Service We hear many expressions of satisfaction over the Day Service now being rendered San Augustine patrons of the system. We have fig- ured carefully the flat rates for fan service, and yOu really get more service than the small month- ly charge costs you. The rates are as follows: 6 inch fans, flat rate 2.00 per mo. 8,9 ane 10 inch fans, flat rate . 3.00 12 inch fans, flat rate 4.50 16 inch fans, flat rate 5.00 We have left it optional with our patrons as to whether they go on the flat rate or install meters, but believe the flat rate will prove a little cheaper. CAN YOU IRON FOR 50c PER MONTH? n << > << u These warm days are bad on the lady who irons, especially if she uses the old method of wood fires which heats up the room and also costs considerable more per mo. than the new, pleasant way of using an electric iron. You can "turn on" your fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

I M SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE TIH US1UY Jl.LV is, 1018 \r Personal Mention J MISS IXU ARMSTRONG. Reporter 6 M cures by removinsr the raus<*. Mrs. Oillier ¡un] cram!-tu, Jewel Hicks left. Tuesday for a \i-it will relative* in Jasper ami Towns Muff. \v. s. s. Sacks Wanted—Will pay highest market price fur oat, chop, bran, and all kind of good -econd-hand sacks. —San Augustine Oil Mill. 8-tf I'rof. A. J. Holmes, who ha« been taking a special course in Agricul- ture at the A. & M. College, returned home last week. having completed the course. This course ha« been added to I he school here for the 1918-19 session, taking the place of General Science. This will add about two units lo the credits uf school. our lee! Iiv! It* :! If we had it you could certainly get it, but we have plenty of Staple and Fancy Groce- ries and Feed and will deliver same promptly. \V. A. Mcf.lunahan. ad Mr. K. E. McDonald i~ a new -ub- scriher to the Tribune this week. He. and fanulv are m Hot Spring* spend- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 18 July 1918

' >i« ^ ^ # •• • •• anfit ¡*+é09M<«~- v..,. , f SAN AlfCJLTST!M3 TRIBUNE '"' HSI.AV J1 LV 18, 1918 ' o "SEND COLLINS TO CONUKEüS" Wtl I o % Texas Equal Suffrage Association Honorary President Miss ill. lOIranor llrnekeitridiie San Antonio Pll!hÍlÍ01lt Mrs. Minim* Fisher Cunuingham Galveston Kirst Vice-President Mrs. Il«*l«*n Moore Texas City Second Vice-President Mrs. Anna K. Wmlkrr :t'jb0 Av ;. C„ Dalla I'hird Vice-president Mrs. IJi/alM-th llrrodmi Potter JJ'J \ m<' >1.. lyh'r Itecnrduig Secretary Mrs. John Dai is :wnt Italla* <lorrespondiug Secretary Mrs. Anna ('j«lr Chester Headquarters Secretary Mrs. Edith llinkle League Headquarters; .106 Trust tlldg. GALVESTON. TEXAS. i'reasurer Mrs. U alter I.. l ord trail .o< I'mst Muildiii'-. * Jalvc tun l-'irst Auditor Mrs. Eli/abeth Striblinii Maur> I' M) Martin si . Sun Antonio Second Auditor Mrs. O. \. OiU-hrtl Ifdf Montana St.. El Paso. National Executive Committeeman Mrs. Te\ En in \rm>tnMi0 •JlOy Maple \ve.. ...

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