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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 June 1929

THE KAOISONTHLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1929. iA,. m vv; The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 18'J5, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year ...$1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months -"5 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflectioh upon the character, standing or reputation of •ny person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. THE VOICE OF EDITORS AROUND MADISON COUNTY The Crockett Courier: The Courier has been asked to is- sue a warning to loafers. Local offi- cers inform us that both white and colored loafers should seek employ- ment. They state that plenty of work is now available, and that persons found loafing on the streets without employment will be both liable and likely to arrest for vagrancy. It is the desir...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 June 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1929. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—1 Jersey cow, fresh in milk. 30 bushels good corn, $1.00 per bushel. Oscar Mason. FOR SALE—Ornamental lawn fen- cing. Apply to W. A. Price Hard- ware Store. lc FOR SALE—The two old pump houses on the city water property. Must be moved at once. Apply to A. H. MENEFEE. 8-2c FOR SALE—One 4-burner oil stove with oven, in good condition. Phone 197. Mrs. J. O. Ash. lc WELL DRILLING—We will drill your wells and guarantee the work. CONNOR & WAKEFIELD, Madison- ville, Texas. tf Ton and half Truck; three months in use; slightly more than .ialf price. J. D. BURTIS, at Andrews Garage. FOR SALT'— .'.bout a dozen high grade Jersey heifers and young cows, all with calf by registered Jersey male. Dr. J. A. McKay. ll-4c Added dignity in your glasses. We know from long experience what kind would add dignity to your fea- tures and still benefit your eyes. S. WESTMORELAND, O. D. Office: Westmorelands Jewelry Store, Huntsville,...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 June 1929

THE KADISONVILL^ METEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE 6. 1929. SIR - p re! "'.-ti;.' y m 11 mvtM • ■me ' i^-1 Isj I ■ ■' I w.®$ I I | J 18 I m Shocked by the language used by two men repairing telegraph wires near her home, a woman wrote to the company on the matter. The foreman was asked to make an official report on the occurence. He did in the fol- lowing way: "Me and Bill was on this job. I was up the telegraph pole, accidentally let the hot lead fall on Bill's neck. Then he said : "You really must be more careful, Harry.' JOE E. WEBB • AU- KINDS OF • : INSURANCE : • life, Accident, Eire, Tornado, In- • • demnity, Automobile, Plate Glass. * • Madisonville, Texas * • Office 235 Phones Res 89 * The big job of every executive is keeping sweet and even tempered while those with no responsibility un- der him fret and fume over trivial de- tails. It oftentimes requires more nerve force to keep an organization tuned up, than would be consumed if the executive did the work himself. ■ik str firfurnitu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 June 1929

THE j*ADISONVILL£ METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1929. £ Cotton Seed We have a few sacks of Pure Mebane cotton seed left which we will j sell to the farmers for just what they | cost us. The recent rains have made it hard ■ on the cotton planters in Madison and B adjoining counties, and we are giving ! them the advantage of this opportuni- j ty to buy your seed at cost. Standley Gin Company! SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 13 Georgetown—Oil test well being drilled south of here. San Juan—School will be built here for Mexican children. k , •* A Great Discovery ^ When Pasteur discovered, in 1852, that the infection of wounds was caused by malignant bacteria, he per- formed a service of inestimable value to mankind. Since then medical science has been producing better and better antiseptics, to kill these germs that may enter the smallest cut and give us diseases such as typhoid, tuberculosis and lockjaw. Now, all you have to do to be sure that these dreadful germs will not infect a wound,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 6 June 1929

m Hi4 vi%Ss' •••>'- . tr,• • - "r.,:v& «rssr " THE MADISONVILLE METBOR, THURSDAY. JUNE C. 1929. i • ' i ' Ji I Jj 111 & p • -4$ ■m * J -M ■aSti 3 1 '< U ■ 21 | f 1 JOY AND GLADNESS HOT WEATHER CLOTHES FOR MEN 13* * *1 '• V • Men s Dress Pants, $4.95 to $ 1.50 Men s Suits, 2-pants $22.50 to $1 1.95 Men's Straw Hats $3.50 to 98c Men's Sport Oxfords $4.95 Men's Union Suits $1.25 to 49c Men's Silk Shirts and Shorts 98c to 50c The sunshine brings joy and gladness to us all this week. THE FAMILY STORE where Quality Goods count makes us better known day by day. DRESSES, SHOES, MILLINERY AND HOSIERY HOT WEATHER CELEBRATION FABRICS Voiles, Silks and Mercerized $1.25 to 19c yd. Silks—Plain and figured . . .$1.95 to 50c yd. Peter Pan Tub-fast Prints 39c yd. Batiste, checks and printed 39c yd. Play Cloth, Hill and Dale 15c yd. Crepe, Krinkle 23c to I 7c THE FAMILY STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS THAT MAKES BUSINESS ALWAYS GOOD. HOME PHONE 8 W. L. CROUCH STORE PHONE 158 O o : Successor ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville And Commonwealth — Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1929. NUMBER TWELVE wm MADISONVILLE BUSINESS MEN FINANCE THE BUILDING OF WASHED AWAY BRIDGE Bridge Over Bedias Greek In Grimes Courtly Is One of Vital Need to The People of That Section in Affording Access to A Trade Center and Market MADISONVILLE CHURCH ISSUES CULL FDR ONE OF THE WORLD'S WIDE FAMED UNO FOREMOST EVANGELISTS Chamber of Commerce Road Committee Proves Its Sterling Worth In Action and Results The following will be explanatory to the public in the matter of building a bridge over Bodias Creek in Grimes county in order to give the people of that section acccss to Mndisonville as a market. The business men whose names n.ppear on this list are responsible for the funds and Com- missioner R. B. Bullard will build the bridge as stated in the petition. The petition which was cirulated in Mad- is...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

fi ■ p • /t*§! T r-'iv ■ liW THE jflADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 13. 1929. Hodge: "Not married yet?" Tompkins: "No, not yet." "But I thought you had serious in- tentions in a certain direction." "I did, but the evening I went to propose to her, before I got a chance, she told me she loved Browning and Kipling and Shelley. Now, what chance did I have with ,a girl who was in love with three other fellows ? JOE E. WEBB • A) .. KINDS OF • : INSURANCE : • Life, Accident, Fire, Tornado, In- * • demnity, Automobile, Plate Glass. * • Madisonville, Texas 4 • Office 235 Phones Res 89 • Texas consumed 144,643 tons of commercial fertilizer in 1928, the peak year in the United States in that direction. There are at east two commercial fertilizer plants in suc- cessful operation in Texas, but much the larger part of the fertilizer used was imported from other states. Safest: forfurniture, best for renewing Polish Mops O-Cedar Polish quickly gives furniture and woodwork m beautiful, lasting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

THE MADI80NY1LLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1929. THIS WEEK ONLY! One Cent Sale 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY -FRIDAY—SATURDAY JUNE 13—14—15 This Sale will be the greatest value giving event of the year. In additional to regular Rexall merchandise offered many other staple and seasonable items will be offered, many at less than wholesale cost. Community Silverware. Toilet Soap, regular 10c 2 for 1 lc Medicated Soap, regular 25c 2 for 26c Burtis Liver Pills 2 for 26c Burtis Mint Balm 2 for 26c Burtis Tex Ointment for skin diseases, 2 for 51c; large size 2 for $ 1.01 Burtis Pure White Mineral Oil; this is guaran- teed to be genuine Russian oil, extra heavy and pure. 2 pints for $ 1.01 ; 2 quarts for $1.51 35c Cenol Cleaner for removing grease spots, Tar, gum, etc., from clothing .2 for 36c Burtis Fluid Extract, Cascara Sagrada, the best grade, Two 4-oz. bottles for 5lc Burtis' Pure Castor Oil, odorless and taste- less, 4-oz 2 for 26c Burtis' Tr. Iodine, 1 -oz 2 for 26c Burtis' Special Floor Oi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

THE MADISONV1LLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1929. I The MadU6nvflle Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor Bxl Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at tho post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year $1.60 Out of county, year- 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. THE VOICE OF EDITORS AROUND MADISON COUNTY Con roe Courier: In order to give the employee® a half holiday each week for rest and Tecreation, practically all of thfc stores in Conroe, and all of the Banks have aigned an agreement to close> their places of business every Thursday afternoon during the months of Ji^pe, July and August. • • • )j( Crockett Courier: Working orders for the Clip's Ferry bridge h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1929. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT—Two or three rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. A. E. Jones. IP FOR SALE—t Jersey cow, fresh in milk. 30 bushels good corn, $1.00 per bushel. Oscar Mason. COW TESTING POINTS WAY TO MORE PROFITS Eliminating Non-Producers Scientific Feeding Pay Dairymen. and FOR SALE—Ornamental lawn fen- cing. Apply to W. A. Price Hard- ware Store. lc FOR RENT— One room, for one or two gentlemen, a garage if .desired Mrs. W.M, McDonald phone 61 WELL DRILLING—We will drill your wells and guarantee the work. CONNOR & WAKEFIELD, Madison- ville, Texas. tf FOR SALE—About a dozen high grade Jersey heifers and young cows, all with calf by registered Jersey male. Dr. J. A. McKay. ll-4c LOST—G?r C~s'.ur 30x5 balloon cas ing on 20-incn rim somewhere in Mad- isonville or on road to Huntsville Please leave at Farmers State Bank. J. E. VISER. 2t LOST—New Pontic car curtains, somewhere in Madisonville or on the road to R. F. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

THE KADISONTILLB METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1929 lite Ijpt m ■ $w. K IH Bps IV- 1 1 I • ■! ? I 1 f £ i r-i t: i 1 Ik &■ ip y Jf^y St v t I . 1 We Have Utmost Confidence in Madison County • U> ' •;! A" *■**<&' *.-• • ,••• v.^> v.- ■ •^v v •'v '• •'• r -•( ';jj: ';• -,V' '" *' ' -'SV;. • ' \ We Have Sincere and Optimistic Faith In Madisonville LOYALTY The Unbeatable Union of Spirit and Action LOYALTY—the giant force that will accomplish with ease, undreamed of heights in building this community. Loyalty is the vibrant co-operation of every member of this community in forcing into the foreground the best that is in us, urging ever onward the impulse for greater development of home activities. It is the community that is loyal to home activities that has the best town, the best community, and an enlightened people. I This page of publicity has been prepared for and paid for by the following firms and business men of Madisonville. Next month they will publish another gla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

■■Mlfe •• -T'Sf THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1S29. Concrete Sidewalks Mean Less 44 Broom and Mop" Work Hours of housework—harder work than most men realize—are saved daily by a concrete walk and pave- ment at the door. Floors, rugs, in fact the entire house j> easier cleaned and stays so with Lss effort. Build CONCRETE Walks Yourself! Build labor-saving concrete walks around your house when other work is not pressing. Easyuvfollow instructions are given in our booklet illustrating Concrete improvements around the home. Write today for your free copy. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION A national organization to improve and extend the uses of concrete Athletic Club Building DALLAS, TEXAS Concrete for Permanence PEN POINTS (By M. J. Webb) One who begins an evil practice soon loses the sense of shame with which nature endows him, and the keen edge is soon wore oi'f his con- science. As the Irishman said: "You can get used to hanging if you hang long enough." It is safer not ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 13 June 1929

IBB MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1929. ■ 'I 1 So 11 I ' mm ISr-JT- R I The Family Store Endeavors to To Serve You Well. Here's where High Quality Keeps Company with LOW PRICES. 15c AND 25c Jap Parasols for little and big girls. A special for the young folks. Now is your time to buy. 98c TO $1.95 Parasols—Silk finished cotton Taffeta, fast colors. 98c WASH FROCKS 98c For Misses ages,, 7 to 14, beautiful prints, Organdie trim. $1.50 TO $5.00 BATHING SUITS—Try for your color and choice of style. $1.00 HIKING SUITS $1.00 Girls' Middy and Knicker, Khaki Hiking Suits, just the thing for travel. $1.00 TO $5.00 An interesting line of Men's and young men's Pants in white, dark and light colors. We welcome you to look 'em over. 98c TO $1.25 Wash Suits for little Boys, Oliver Twist, Fancy trim, fast colors. 98c TO $3.50 Straw Hats of Quality and style for the boys ai.d their Dad. QUALITY People who stick to quality usually have a sunny spirit, because their lives are free from disap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

1 Madisonvi'.le— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1929. NUMBER THIRTEEN CONCRETE HIGHWAY FROM SOUTH LEADS INTO MUNICIPALITY OF MADISONVILLE Approximately Nine Miles of the Finest Constructed Highway Now Wends Its Smooth Surface Over Vast Domains of A Magnificent Land of Agriculture TRINITY RIVER BOTTOM FIRMS ARE BEING REPLANTED TO VAST B IN COTTON SINCE TIE OVERFLOW Laying of Concrete Began On April 2nd and New Highway Reached Our City on Tuesday > 1 During the pretty weather the past two weeks Gibson & Gibson have been rushing the concrete work on highway 75 to the limit. The road was completed into town Tuesday up to highway 21 and the machinery is being moved to the north end of the road where work will be commenced for the finishing^of the road through the county. The ancients centuries ago had great highways, some of them pave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

■■■ ?.i-4 1 14 MADISON COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION MEETS 18th-19th The Madison County Singing Con- vention will meet at Mecca on the third Sunday and Saturday before, June 18th and 19th. We urge that every one come and bring your song books and your din- ner, and let's enjoy the convetion to the fullest extent possible. We are expecting some good quartets from the Stamp and Vaughn music com- panies, besides the many good sing- ers from adjoining counties. Remember that the convetion is a county affair, and in this day of au- tomobiles there is no one community that is able to care for the convention without your co-operation. So let us •U join in making it an occasion of joy in song. B. M. Risinger, President. S. J. Eave3, Secretary. tiadlr1 ,v «";v? THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1929 WILL STUDY THE CRIMINAL WAVE AND ITS PREVENTION A vending machine which delivers a lighted cigarette when a penny is dropped in the slot is the invention of a Brooklyn young man. By automat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

THE jffADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1929. « FANS CONVENIENT mum for bone ud office. Too en make s reasonable payment down, pay the balance monthly with your electric service bill. GulfStates Utilities Coa INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE MAY SOME D^T BE POSSIBLE The Daily Telegraph of London, commenting on the fact that differen- ces in language are at present a great barrier to international com- munications, foresees a time when one or two languages will be understood the world over. The linking up of the great American and foreign powers bp telephone has given a strong im- petus to this movement. Once international telephony comes into greater use, through a common language, it will mean a great step forward in promoting understanding and friendliness among the great nations of the world. Again American private initiative and enterprise blaze the trail for world progress. I Nervous Musician: "Madam, your cat has kept us awake two nights with its serenade." Mrs. Nextdoor Neighbor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

THE KaDISONTILLC alETEOR. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1929. m t <■ I) • B • W\ 1 ■f I I I ."I n E.'f*: I j f II ff *4 I ,;i ■|ra m MaIas** in their Une of work, concluded that The Mmdisonviiie meteor tfae affairs of the county m weU managed, and that the county's finan- J. A- KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months— - .75 Oat of county, 6 months——--- 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. THE VOICE OF EDITORS AKOUND MADISON COUNTY Jewett Messenger: R.B. Adams, of the Jewett State Bank, says he will soon have soma samples of the new money for his patrons to see. The new bills, which are about two t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1929. 9 0 > CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Extra good Jersey cow. Apply to J. Bozeman. ltp. FOR SALE—1 Jersey cow, fresh in milk. 30 bushels good corn, $1.00 per bushel. Oscar Mason. FOR RENT— One room, for one or "two gentlemen, a garage if .desired Mrs. W.M. McDonald phone 61 FOR SALE—About a dozen high grade Jersey heifers and young cows, all with calf by registered Jersey male. Dr. J. A. McKay. ll-4c LOST—A pair of shoes was put in the wrong car at the skating rink last Saturday night. Please leave them at the Meteor office as owner will call here for them. Thanka. LOST—Goodyear 30x5 balloon cas- ing on 20-inch rim somewhere in Mad- isonville or on road to Huntsville. Please leave- at farmers State Bank. J. E. VISER. • 2t Glasses that not only correct your vision weakness but are highly be- coming to you as well, are our special- ty. For dress wear, fashion decrees our inconspicious Rimless style. S. WESTMORELAND, O. D. Office: Westmorelan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

M. m & You Can Save and Not be a Tightwad Such a reputation is never ac- quired by the prudent, thrifty person who makes regular savings an impor- tant part of his rule of conduct. The spendthrift—the person who wastes his money—is the real tight- wad—the one who is never in a posi- tion to meet financial responsibilites. Be prepared to play your part in the life of the community and to meet your responsibilities to your family and relatives. If you have no account at this bank we invite you to open one and start the systematic saving idea of building up your future solidly and effectively. THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1929. THE REAL PROGRESS THAT , Had our Madinsonville people been MADISONVILLE HAS MADE! of a selfish tfla&s and desired that no strangers should enter our gates and It isn't the age of a town that share the world with us, then the makes it gmw. It is the spirit of the town would today be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 20 June 1929

THE ttADISONV L~il METEOH, THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1S23. Iceless Refrigerators Saves Food Without Cost They come in two sizes. Priced Reasonable. See them on Display. Herring-Turner Hdw. Go. SPEAKING ABOUT THE WAYS OF OUR MANY FRIENDS When people get together someone often asks, "What do you think of so and so?" referring to an absent per- son well known to the group. I have over heard and indulged in a good deal of such conversation, and have wondered whether it was legiti- mate to say things about an absent friend that I would be unwilling to say to his face. Others have also been disturbed by Adulis Contract Children's Diseases Adults can, and do, cdh tract many children's diseases. And. usually, they suffer from them much • mors than children do. For instance, many adulb contract worms, an ailment usually associated with children. Sometime: they sufer intensely and take expen- sive medical treatments, without reali- zing thai-worms are the cause of their troubles. \ct. the symptoms a...

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