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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY volume 49.—NO 48. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1 922. I he Monitor still f? 1.00 per year :A: , H BARBECUE SPIIDDINO IN OF XTGRLDEN WELL NG OF CHAMBER OF MERCE HELD LAST IDAY NIGHT WHEN BAKBECUS PLANS WERE DISCUSSED ? S- •'.v. hen the second Golden Oil unpany's well is spudded in, ill be the occasion of a big becue, if the plans of the neola Chamber of Commerce carried out. This was de- ed last "Friday night at an ithusiastic meeting of the amber held at the headquar- on West Broad street. Jtarng fhe meeting there r several addresses deliver- Enthus'iasm ran high and e meeting was one of the lar- get attended ever held under j auspieies of the Mineola amber of Commerce. Jafries D. Harris, cashier of $ First National Bank presid- ing the absence of Dr. A. P. iuchanan, who was late in ar- ng. Mr. Harris stated the se of the meeting and fol- r this, Secretary Smart ed the plans for the barbe-...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

; : • - * \ ' '♦ I ■? -jn ..m wkk • |u^,- PAGE TWO. m THE MINEOLA MONITOR J*N IflF HGM WITOR H. J, ADAIR. Kdiior and. Pub !ish>r. RY oroi us in some rru what little cotton Entered Texas, < a' post s second > flic-2, , •!<!« Mine -la. matter. A one-half . -ite i r card.-. of thanks, obituaries, ehur h and society events where siieh are given for the purpose of j money, will be ; h rrge NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erronous reflection up:- . the character, standing or repu- tation of . iny individual, firm or ! corporation appearing in The j Monitor will be corrected if! brought to the attention of the ° / publisher. Subscription price $1.50 per : year- in advance. Advertising rates made known • upon appl i ca t i on. . j MINEOLA BEING ADVERTIS- ED ney, oe- we have 'd• 1 g al 1 these iterns as a whole they have enabled v 1 > pull tSe hill and we imag- ine what our nli:?ht would be row if we did not have these various things to draw from."' To this The Monitor wants to add if Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

19. 19)2. THE MINEOLA MONITOR iwnrri PAGE THRER 5S OF aiMINATION MINEOLA HOE PROVEN 0HEH THAN HOG RAISED NEAR OUITIHAN Two weeks ago the Monitor told, about Mr. R. E. Mills kill- ing a hog which weighed 916 pounds. The Editor thought that was the champion hog in Wood but our good friend, P. 'aplPhomas of the Quitman jffiBtnocrat printed another bl^faog story. This is what he Tai: gram He ki' DBG got hogs, Fred In- ribbon so far. the other day that 668 pounds, and he Ms of lard from it. e best that we have , and we respectfully re to Editor Adair of the nitor, who says in we clip from his pap- eek, " That Mineola hs nearly as much as an hogs." Now, Adair p the record straight would i nno sense en- to disparage the Mineola we are not willing for aye all the glory, for be bered, that the big hog 'tell about only weighed a over nine hundred pounds Taking one-third off to £ net weight, shows your Id have only weighed ng over 650 pounds, pos- that much. See the hog beats yours, so in and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

* - J 1 / . I /I PAGE FOLK. THE MINEOLA MONITOR WsjlM JANCAKT. SUPERINTENDENT OF MINEOLA SCHOOLS MMJOTEMENT Declares Boundry of District j Does Not Take in Sufficient Territory—Transfers Must Pay tt ' The Monitor has received from School Superintendent S. C. Miles the following commun- ication which The Monitor hopes yill be read by every citizen in Mineola: I Some things are too obvious tk> admit of analysis. One of these is the value of knowledge. Ignorant people can and do live, lut they get little out of life ind gives less to it. Through all the years they have hindered progress and this hinderance lias affected moral, mental, as well as material advance. In- deed their influence reacts most seriously on the higher aspera- tions. The public school system is not adequately fulfilling its function. It is too often hin- dered in its usefullness and abil- ity to serve by the narrowness of local conditions. It still has to overthrow the trammels of tradition. What we need is to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

X [ARY 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Wood Countv Meet.T o J COME TO W. D. WILLIAMS & C The Stor^ of Good T -iste Be At Wi nnsboto "*** t|||ave bar! many years experience i-i the (irocery p* Iltilincss and strive to gi%e ' on the best service at H' command. IT - US - BE - YOUR • GROCER" ifVfe appreciate your patronage and are anxious (o The \Vood County Inter-j scholastic League Meet will t>e held this year at Win upbore, j 1 oxas, Friday and Saturday,) .'larch '!! and April 1 The\ Wood County Teachers Insti- tute in business session'at Alba •I ;t September selected Winns-, i -ro as 1 lie place of holdinir the! county meet for 1.922. The bounty Interscbolast ie Le lip / Executive Committee in busi- ness session at Quitmai. i-r-t Saturday outlined ivans j?- the meet and announ-" 1 the dates as T'ridav and Saturday March 31 sid April 1. Mineola H-'-'i School has won the count1* eh mpioir-hip at the meet for tve oast two years. a'1 1 'K 1 boys say they are in th? ,v!":' for the champ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1922

I PAGE'SIX. "•is ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR W:' IB- •i* •/ mm Guard Company Being Organized By Mineola Men Brigadier General G. P. Rains spent Monday in Mineola con- sulting with Capt. 0. P. McCary Lieutenants Sims and Nesbitt, concerning the progress being made in the organization of a Nat ional Guard (Company here. About twenty five men have al- ready enlisted and it is hoped to complete the organization by the end of the month. In this connection it is ex- plained the company will in no way interfere with a man's business. He will be paid for each dull he attends. The Fed- eral Government will furnish new equipment, will build and j maintain a rifle range while the •State will pay for the armory. Any one interested in the company may get full informa- i tioii from C<*pL McCary, Lieu- tenant Sims or Lieutenant Nes- j bitt. Re sure to hear the musical program at the tea Friday even- ing. Fireman Thanked By City Officials Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Adams are expected home Friday from Houston ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY -j— VOLUME 40—NO. )!>. - MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAl, JANUARY 26, 1922. The Monitor still $1.00 per year BANQUET !S lEMBERS OF DEPARTMENT 'EVE&T 'i^StOOK PLACE AT BECKMM C A I ti—THEA- TRE MRTY 1 ULiLOWED _ _ gijien are especially well quSiiitieif in two arts. One of The other of destroy- ,ey demonstrated their abii- ™fsave in their heroic to st^ the flames recci^iy destroyed muauit occupied oy -ry Motor Company and work at other recent ,es. Their ability in the __-as shown Tuesday even- t^®en a banquet in their or was given at the Beck- l Hotel and Cafe, by Mr. ijtfrs. R. J. Gaston, Mr. ana Taylor, Greer a^id Mr. and ' . T. Hooks. Twenty seven £s of the Mineola Vol- Fire Department were to enjoy the sumptous twhich consisted of tomato soup, chicken •yland, celery, creamed french peas, pine ap- i cocanut pie and cof- jWing the dinner, served tost up todate way, there |a .few addresses. Taylor as to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

PAGE TWO. t . v ...... V" ■ &■: THE MINEOLA MONITOR 41? / -.V ' I j am; art 26.. I9i2. THF MlWrOLA M0NIT8E h. J. AD . GOVERNOR L W\ ] NEFF .ESy NESS AND ;'S. Editor Iisher. Entered Texas, r A one-half ra" thanks, obiti; • ri society e\ ;• ; - v given for ti pm money, will t5 " v !.•' h:r .n ne ■v mat' C v V > •irch a: such a raisi; O XetT is getting .y these days con- cur. for is. In a ] rhth ?C< Governor much public cemin-r hos crime ir. To dress he ga lov s: The conserv st.r\at.on of all tiiat is dear in "ion depends on the sr.- rfs a funny proposition down Alexia. Nearly every day re is reported a new well \i: .i from live to ten thous- lOW' :ion ana act • iol- d uarrei ne.i thoi y. a hi: ■ more t itistics oach of the four county papers explaining in detail the events, rules and regulations governing his department. A motion was also made and Chili for sale. Water .free. - oa teli 'em its .good.—Ralph's ace. per Uc.v. some | are two wells per j unanimously adopted that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

MINEOLA MONITOR 6, 1YS.Z. PAGE THREE, R,.', Wt J 1877-1922 BROMBERG'S GREAT 45th Anniversary Sale 1: i-- Commemorating the completion of the 45th year since the foundling of this business February, 1877. February, 1922 A STUPENDOUS SALE OF SPECIAL LINES THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale Combined with our 45th Anniversary sale to encourage old friends and to make new ones. The most startlingly sensational prices this house has ever made on a stable, settled market. Final reductions on all strictly winter merchandise. Special prices on all broken lines and dropped lines. Startlingly attractive prices on odd lots and single items 45th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPEC- IALS FOR 45c Boys overalls 45c Ladies white canvas shoes 45c Mens pull down winter caps 45c Ladies vests or pants 45c Knit tobaggan caps 45c LadVes brassieres 45c Misses vests or pants —— 45c ens all silk ties Wide lancy ribbons ^5c Serge dress goods 45c Ladies Coat Suits One Third Oft 343.75 values $29*00 £...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

VASE FOljR. TBI iiiiiiiiitifiiiiiiiiiii 11 ■\ -B v SUBSCRIPTION OFFER For a short time we will send you the Mineola Monitor and the Semi- Weekly Farm News for $1.75 per year. Your new subscription will be forwarded to Dallas the same day as received, meaning no delay in getting the paper. ✓ IF YOU I ' Are not a Subscriber to The Monitor and receive a copy of the : paper, |§t is an invi- tation to subscribe. Due to the increased circulation during the past few months the price of the paper will likely be advan- ced within a short time. Subscribe now while the price is re- IPHiillllHHliSI ! •lllliiilliti'illij'!:!;!! g[i;|ii!mi[iii iiinimimnmiiimn])pi|;)|[|||||fiiiii;iMiii :i '1:; :■..! *-v": 'iM tiiiiHiillliillfflimBliHiiaii;BiBUHr.flmiiiBllllllittBlli;.i!ll:.:illlii;i!:!i!!!lll!IHIIIi^i!ilMHtimilllllfflllllillliilllllll IIIIHIIIItlllllHtUlllllillinillllllllUilliWiHtlilUinillillllininiRlimilfniilHRil^ ir •-, U - k'; 1 i . • > * rf •* V j£ >•-> ■*; Je0 8 ' ' :§iL -fc

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

W 1922. : MONITOR FIVK IL NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW Doug^TF^anders went to Deis ison Monday on busihess. We can fix them while you wait.—Quality Shoe Shop. Out books are to small to keep accounts but our bank account is large enough to cover our guarantee.—Qual ity Shoe Shop. Lost one black mule.—Dave Kitchen- We fix 'em right.—Quality Shoe Shop. January :?1 will be the last day to pay your poll tax and sanitary tax. For Sale: Cow and calf. Dave Kitchens. J. W. Dent of Dallas was here last week prospecting. . and Mrs. Paul Smith are ^ happy parents of a baby ' b'^; ^Another Majestic. Bigger and bfetter than ever. Watch for the L- Jate. 25-2t. ;'V . Try our roast. 17 1-2 cents Der pound.— The City Meat larket. Come and see our new store £at Cowart Building.—Dave [Kitchens. Mrs. B. A. Brooks is spending |j the week with Dallas friends and relatives. si January 31 will be the last day to pay your poll tax and sanitary tax. Wylie Jones spent Saturday ,in Dallas where he transacted legal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

Citation fty Putjifcatioii To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of Wood County—Greet- ing: J You are hereby • commanded to summon Eula Caldwell by making publication of this Ci- tation once each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a newspa- per published therein, but if not, then in any news papei published in the Seventh Judi cial District; to appear at tin next regular term of the Dis trict Court of Wood County, Texas, to be held at the Court House thereof, in Quitman, Texas, on the 4th Monday in February, A. D. 1922, same being the 27th day of February A. D. 1922, then and there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 7th day of Sep- tember, A. D. 1921, in a suit numbered on the docket of said court No. 4868. wherein Henry Caldwell is Plaintiff and Eula Caldwell is Defendant, and the cause of action being alleged as follows: Suit for divorce, plaintiff and defendant married on the 25th day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

THE MINEOLA MONITOR - PAGE FIVE. m. B—MMMM COME TO i ^5; * ft' < , - ' W. 0. WILLIAMS & 0 The Store of Good Taste T . in m'ufit ||| \\e itave had many years experience in the Grocery \[Business and strive lo give you the best service at our command. M HONOR ROLL FOR NEW HOPE SCHOOL NEW COAT OF PAINT i OR LOCAL FREIGHT DEPOT | 7th grade: Vad-a Creech, My-1 idle Simmons. Everett Phillips.! Elmer Wilson, Julia Miller and! Ear ;est Mitehel. 6th grade: Katie May Nix,} Opal Eeitch and Mainye Sim-! mons. 4th grade: Lee Roy Gates and i La-jury ivlaehel. ;>rd grade: Louise Carslile, Rosa Le eWilson, Lois Pankey, Margaret Smith and Lonnie Wilson. 2nd grade: Herman Phillips, a: d Ra\ Carr Covington. 1st griitit. Maynard Caiv.liie and Then llussell. ET - US - BE - YOUR - GROCER" ^e appreciate jour patronage and are anxious to Serve you well. , . D. WILLIAMS & CO. . 4 HUSBANDS STORY WILL AMAZE MINEOLA He says: "Adier-i-ka helped my wife for gas on the stomach and sour si- mach in T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1922

PAGE EIGK1. MINEOLA MONITOR OLIXE BRANCH D. I. Wisenbaker was Yantis visitor last Sunday. Come again with a newsy lec-| that ycu will be j-it ent so the! A. D. 1922f, then and there to' rtif>t of Winnsboro, Route 6, in the said creditor^ i.-c can make necessary! answer a petition filed in said' ,' U!^i — ffipif rt iim 7fVi , * ~ iv64, me <t.u ALTJibsoii was ineir claims, :er. Prof.'White and family spent; iinday with Miss Lillie Turner. — ^ Mr. Mart Wheeler attended, a aiice across the river Fridav Co? m arrangement Knights are especially invited.! tember, A. D. 1921. in a Aii visiting Sir court on the 7th day of of G Lindale ' is Maclin for tiid familv Mr. md m Sundi Little Inez Turner visit eu; Vi,.;ting Ivh> with Jewel labors on last Su -j ,]avs urday. Mrs. J. D. Legion* The Sunday School was • • pent Sunday with attended last Sunday at> Olive ;\[rs ^ M. Sanders. Branch. _ . ' iwrs. Mattie Haley and fami- Health of the community is|jy ^ent Sunday with Mr. and very goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

V* , >■ " ji v ^ A 'JRI ppt: •. ' •: '$0'SA K The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 49—NO. 50. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, i 922. The Monitor still SI.GO per yeac MUCH INTEREST IS NOW CENTERED IN RAINBOW WELL ■JB - i RENOiVT,Ei) GEOLOGIST OI COLORADO SAYS W. LL IS ■taPU^ DRILLED ON [NE STRUCTURE" Isopn as weather co.-ci wili permit so thd work- ^nfniay finish repairs iV Ifok and that fuel ray be jtfi to the scene of oovation ing will be resumed on the lbow Oil & Development ipany, structure six miles th of Mineola. The last two |%edks of bad weather has de- | layed operations. ii* More interest than ever is be- shown by oil men through- it the state and adjoining ites as the result of an in- iew which appeared last in the Daily Camera, pub- at Boulder Colo., 'on the of Prof. Russell D. state geolo^M for Col- Ip8|r,ln that interview he de- red ,the companv has "a fine ture and should strike a I flow of oil." £.,G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

FEBRUARY 2, 1922. 7r THE MINE ' ■<&; THE MINEOLA MONITOR H. J. ADAIR, Editor and Pub- lisher. Entered at post office, Mineola, Texas, as second class matter. A one-half rate for cards of thanks, obituaries, church and society events where such are given for the purpose of raising monev, will be charged. - * the greatest of all Romans who said, 'Better be first in a little Iberian village, ilian, second in Rome.' "I am more than wood and brick and stone, more even than flesh and blood—I am the com- farmers to plant pure seed. This applies not only to cotton but to everything the farmers expect to plant. Pure seed may cost a little more but in the long run the difference in cost is worth the price. If every farmer in Wood county will Advertising rates made known upon application. posite soul of all who call me home. "1 am your town. J plant the purest of cotton seed '"What are you doing for your j the price of cotton will be better town?" a*d Mineola will come back to o j}own a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

PAGE tHREE. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. OBJECT OF TRAFFIC BUREAl EXPLAINED - 'feast Texas Workna lor Lower Rates and nol Fighting Roads ft Sulphur Springs. Tex.. Jan. 30.—George 0. M. Scott of Mount Vernon, president of the East Texas Traffic Bureau, has issued the following statement: "With the approach of anoth- er planting season, fruit and vegetable growers and shippers in East Texas are becoming . more interested in the ' cam- ^ paign now being conducted by the East Texas Traffic Bureau ffrr a substantial reduction in freight rates on perishable com- modities. Representatives of the Traffic Bureau have ' attended conferences of growers and ship pers in at least twenty East Texas counties, and without the Exception, farmers emphatically asSert that the acreage in fruits and vegetables will be greatly reduced this year unless coll- isions in freight rates are ob- ined. The East Texas Traffic Bu- ll is a non-profit association th a membership composed of rmers, shippers and ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

PAGE FOUR. THE MINEOLA MONITOR FEBRUARY ? ' FORMER MINEOLA WOMAN DIES IN DALLAS Mrs. C. C. Cage received news of the death of Mrs. Frank Mc- Whirter of Fort Worth, (nee Miss Bessie Cage). She was the daughter of Mr. Frank Cage. She was born and raised in Min- eola. She died in Dallas at her sister snd was buried in Kemp. She leaves a hubsand c?nd [three sisters, Mrs. Henning of [Kemp Mrs. Golden Jones of Dal Has and Miss Lucile Cage of (Kemp, and many other relatives to mourti her loss. The following concerning her leath was taken from the Kemp Jews: Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock Irs. Frank McWhirter of Fort forth passed away at the home )f her sister in the city of Dal- las. This good lady had been in )ad health for years and some fweeks ago was carried to a Dal- las sanitarium Yor special treat- ment and .later to her sister's home. In 1904 Mrs. McWhirter, then Miss Bessie Cage was married to Frank McWhirter of this place and they made this place their home until about four or fiv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

EEBRUARY 2, 35)22- THE MINEOLA MONITOR i1 AGE FIVE. PERSONAL NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW p ; .W.-JE. Perry is in Dallas on business. JHoraer Chappel] is in Dallas this week. J. D. Har ris went to Dallas Monday on business. F. JE. Adams spent Tuesday In Dallas on business. Doug Landers was a business visitor to Greenville Monday. Dr.. ,-A. P. Buchanan was a business visitor to Dallas Mon- day. Mr. .aim Mrs, P, J.. Gaston left lilonuay for a short visit in jDaltes. | "Julius Taylor and Chas. Gold- lith of Quitman were Mineola ators Tuesday. 0. B. ttn'namson oi San An- tonio -; ,Uit jast we^k here with his pareuts, Dr. an J Mrs. J. E. Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. O'Connei a re here fiom Marshall visiting] Mr. and "Mrs. A. W. Fulcher and | v.ther rclcij.ves. L. B. 1 in man his purchased from A. Y. Fulcher tne cottage i home at the cornei of McDon- ald and Line streets. Did you see the Majestic last March? Don't fail to see the newest in February. Benefit Baptist Building Fund. 25-21 in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1922

FEBRUARY 2, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR - J |li! ilililllfillillliillllPi! ililillSBl! SUBSCRIPTION OFFER For a short time we will send you the Mineola Monitor and the Semi- Weekly Farm News for $1.75 per year. Your new subscription will be forwarded to Dallas News same day as received, meaning no delay in getting the paper. IP ■ - ^ IF YOU Are not a Subscriber to The Monitor and receive a copy of the paper, it is an invi- tation to subscribe. Due to the increased circulation during the past few months the price of the paper will likely be advan- ced within a short time. Subscribe now while the duced. is re- =3 3 J - y % *■ S ' •7 • I v m- 'M - HillfflRIBIilKIIIIIIIIHKUIIJUlllff'IIIIIilllllllll !lllllilllinillii;il!.Tilllll!l!:i:!!!ll!lillllllH.l! Am'.\ .: v .•<. RA..1 V- .. 7 Pi

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