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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

MADISONVILLE METBOK. . THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, **. The Maduonville Meteor /. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as s#cvnd -class matter January 19, 1896, at the post-offtoe in tfadiaonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. )■ the eounty, year 91M Out ot county. y< ar —2 In the county, « ntorthf— .76 Owt of county, € months .. ' Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, Arm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in th* columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upou it* being brought to the attention of the management. MADISONVILLE BUSINESS HOUSES TO CLOSE MONDAY Practically all business houses in Madisonville will be closed next Mon- day, November 11, Armistice Day. Elsewhere will be found a petition signed by the various firms who will close for the day. Remember that Arm i* tics Day means the end of the war, at least it was the end 11 years ago. It was the most welcome day the present civilized world has ever seen. And...

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 — 7 November 1929

m •*«is nAUiBunvibLi. MBTBUIW THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. Effective Friday, November 1st Prices of Ford Cars and Trucks Reduced From $15 $200 The Ford Motor Company believes that basically the industry and business of the country are sound. Every indication is that general business conditions will remain prosperous. They are reducing prices now because they feel that such a step is the best contribution that could be made to assure a continuation of good business throughout the country. ! It has always been the policy of the Ford Motor Company to pass on to the public as rapidly as possible the advantage of quantity-production and newly developed manufacturing efficiencies. Following is.the List oi New Prices For Ford Gars and Trucks s I s — • 1 Price New Phaeton $440 Roadster 435 Business Coupe 490 Standard Coupe 500 Sport Coupe 530 Tudor Sedan 500 Fordor 2-Window Sedan 600 Fordor 3-Window Sedan 625 Town Sedan 670 Town Car 1200 Price tion Old Reduc- $460 $20 450 525 550 550 525 625...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

i'HrfOTWH1 Ff ' niWiy I fill qtUfi m wfer. vms niAOisirrTiue hetbo _ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. v: ■ m m IV Wm It NUECES COUNTY MAY BE BANNER COTTON SECTION According to cotton gin reports of recent dates it is believed that the banner cotton producing county of Texas for this year of 1929 will be Nueces County, In years past the counties of Ellis, Hill and Williamson havo been in the lead, and Eiiis coun- ty alone has held the reco/d a long turn-, Lut now the figures seem to be shifting. Nueces county ha* fast come to the front as a leading cotton producing section of Texas, and this yenr it seems to have a very excel- lent chance to head the list. Figures by counties given out by the censuB bureau at Washington show that on October 18, Nueces county had ginned 122,048 bales of 1929 cotton, compared with 75,477 bales on the same date last year. Ellis county dropped for 87,523 to 83,807 bales; Hill county dropped from 76,060 to 71,914 bales; McLen- nan county from 81,249 to 79,462,...

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

MAOISONVILLB iffETSOh, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. gram Closing Out Our Hardware Stock- For the reason that we are going to quit the Hardware and Implement business we are offer- ing you our hardware line at a sacrifice in price. 1 3 Now if you are in the market for Stoves, all kinds of Dishes, Lamps, Tinware, Plows, Plow Points, Bermuda Grass Killers, Disk Harrows 16 and 18-inch Disks, Riding: Cultivators, Wagons or Building Material, now is the time to make the purchase. Our Cost Mark is Our Price, some things for Less. We must sell this stock by January 1st, 1930. I Yours to serve, | PARTEN & PARTEN . iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiBfiiHuiiiiHiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuuiiiiniinimiiiiiiigKiHiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiHiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii WHAT FARMERS ARE DOING OVER PARTS OF TEXAS As reported by the A. & M. College Extension Department Seminole, Texas.—Because he ran out of mash and neglected to buy more, C. H. Westcott, Gaines county poultry demonstrator reports a tem- po...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

YS& -a w If MADfSONYILLE METBuk. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1W. — FOR — Saturday, Nov. 9, and Wednesday, Nov. 13. We Boast the best prices in town every day except our R. B. System Specials on on Saturdays and Wednesdays. BANANAS Per dozen 15c ORANGES Per dozen 15c APPLES Per dozen 15c GRAPE FRUIT Fresh seedless, 6 for 25c CABBAGE Per pound 04c Plenty of Fresh Vegetables PORK AND BEANS Large, each 09c TOMATOES No. 1, each 06c PRESERVES Wilson's 12-oz assorted 22c TURNIP GREENS No. 2, each 12c CATSUP 14-oz Sniders, each 18c COFFEE 3 lb.-can, Gold Medal $1.29 CHILI Con Carni, Wilson's 15-oz. No. 2 19c PEANUT BUTTER 12-oz glass 15c SPINACH No. 2 Elridge, each 12c SALT BACON Per lb 15c SARDINES 1-4, 6 for 25c j We pay 35c for plain eggs; 37c for stam- | | ed eggs. Poultry and turkeys top price. FRESH MEATS! We are now prepared to give you the choicest of fresh Meats, since adding our fresh meat department, handling only young, fat baby veals. ROUND STEAK. 32c T BONE STEAK 31c PRIME RIB R...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

MsdJaonvitto— Wkare the East Beghu The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment _And_C^m^^nweal^ TOIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1929. NUMBER THIRTY FOUR TOMATO GROWING INDUSTRY FOR MADISON COUNTY WILL RE PROPOSED SATURDAY Chamber of Commerce Calls Special Meeting of Farmers to be Held at Court House to Discuss and Consider the Growing of Tomatoes in this Section + + + + + + + + ^ v v •? t + WILL STREET f L DEPRESSION WILL NOT EFFECT MflDISBH COUNTY Farmers Meeting to Be Held At the Court House At 2:30 O'clock On Next Saturday Afternoon (By Secretary J. N. Raney) Investigations have revealed that the soils of Madison County are very suitable to the growing of tomatoes; in fact we have a few advantages over some of the other counties of East Texas that have been success- W fully growing tomatoes for # num- ber of years. In the first place if any one crop is grown on the same piece of ground for a long number of years in ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

I«ns hapiiw1w1uj5 hibtboi. thursday, november 14, 1929. M: What boy and girl farmers are doing over texas (By a. & M. Extension News) Re-vamping old Hats At Home Practical Edinburg.—It was an old felt hat of 1907 vintage brought to a recent home demonstration club meeting in Hidalgo county to be used in illus- trating how home cleaning is done. It emerged, wide, soft brim and all. • beautiful example of 1929 styles. Corn meal and gasoline did the trick, but for white and very light hats. Corn starch and gasoline is better, Mrs. Etta W. Ringgold, home demon- stration agent explained to the 238 Women who learned how to make old hats new at low cost. So far a total of 44 women's hats and three men's hats have been cleaned, eight hats dyed, and 15 hats re-modelled. The material cost $8.60, and the labor., the women say, is negligible. FREE! Club Girl' Makes Money Seymour.—Total profits of $205.75 have been made this year by Zuleka Wilson, 4-H club girl of Baylor county, working #und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

m m mamsontillb gnctmm, Thursday. November u. i 29. Closing Out Our Hardware Stock- For the reason that we are going to quit the Hardware and Implement business we are offer- ing you our hardware line at a sacrifice in price. ■i S Now if you are in the market for Stoves, all kinds of Dishes, Lamps, Tinware, Plows, Plow Points, Bermuda Grass Killers, Disk Harrows 16 and i8=inch Disks, Riding Cultivators, Wagons or Building Material, now is the time to make the purchase. Our Cost Mark is Our Price, some things for Less. We must sell this stock by January 1st, 1930. Yours to serve, PARTEN & PARTEN s How to Raise Poultry By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S. St. Louis, Mo. Dr. LeGear is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. 1892. Thirty-six years of veterinarv practice on diseases of live stock and poultry. Eminent authority on poultry and stock raising. Nationally known poultry breeder. Noted author and lecturer. MATED OR MISMATED— HOW ABOUT YOUR FLOCK If You Are Not Giving Due Attent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. IMS. m I ¥ It' m § & The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and P*>p. Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1805, at the post-office in Ifadisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. In the county, year —$1.50 Out of county, vear. 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the ehartttter, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear hi the eolumns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. PROGRAM REX THEATRE MADISONVILLE Next Week, Monday to Sunday. Monday and Tuesday, Nov, 18 to 19: Greta Garbo —in— "THE SINGLE STANDARD" A very popular picture and is the newest Garbo success. EXTRA "WATCH YOUR FRIENDS" FREE—Ice Tea Spoon to each lady Monday night. Admission 15c and 35c Lovelady Star: Mr. Mitch Thornton, one of our old timers, until some ten years ago now of Cole...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

THX. M ANSON V1LLB UlEViSOK, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1929. MADISON COUNTY FARM NEWS (By County Agent B. F. Vance) Prize For 4-H Club Boys For 1930 •Below is a copy of a letter received from the Extension Service of A. and M. College: "In addition to the prizes offered by ths Bankers Association by certain railroads, and other busi- ness organizations for excellence in Boy's 4-H Club Work in 1929, wo are authorized to announce the offer of a Radiola by the Victor Radio Cor- poration of America. This receiver is valued at about $175.00 and will be of the current or battery type at the option of the winner. The award will be made by the Extension Service ir accordance with the basis and rules already in operation. It will be made to apply to the trips made in 1930 and not to the trips to be made next month." Boys who hope to get in on the prizes offered by the different orga- nizations in 1930 should begin to think about their project now. Those interested in field crops for 1930 should...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

1 MABTSONVTLLE METEOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1929. What the Heavens Foretell For Nadi son County During Month of November r An ingress lunar chart of the planetary heavens made for the peri- od of Novembed 1st to November 29th, the duration of the moon cycle, for latitude and longitude of Madi- •on and adjoining counties, is an in- teresting and scientific study to those who desire to know something of the influences of the planets on the mundane plane here on earth. The chart shows Scorpio rising, 9 degrees and 47 minutes, the sun and moon 1 degree below the • eastern horizon in annular eclipse. An eclipse occuring in the first decanate of Scorpio always brings on terriffic 'thunders and lightening during rainy weather. The malefic planet Mars is occupying the First House within orb of conjunction of the Sun and moon, an aspect that greatly ef- fects health of the people, and is a disturbing element for the attitude ana disposition of the people, pro- ducing forceful, aggressive an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

Improved Uniform International Sunday School T LessonT (By k*. H. t'lTZWATKit, D D., Dean Moody Bihle Institute of Chicago.) (©. 1929 Western Newspaper Union ) Lesson for November 17 living with people of other races LESSON TEXT—Acts 10:9-15. 30-35; Gal. 3:28. 2 ; Rutb 1:1-18; John 4:5-10; Rom. 1:14. GOLDEN TEXT—Of a truth 1 per- ceive that God Is no respecter of per- ■oiia, but In every nation he that fear- •th blm and worketh righteousness, la accepted with him. PRIMARY TOPIC—Friends of Many Races. JUNIOH TOPIC—Friends of Many Races. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOK TOP- IC—Treating Those of Other Races at We Should Mke to Be Treated. YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Contribution of Various Ra- cial Groups to a Common National Life. 1. God Is No Respecter of Persons (Acts 10:34). The approach to the heart ot this lesson Is through the Golden Text. Paul declared on Mars' hill, "God hath made of one blood all the na- tions of men to dwell on all the face of the earth" (Acts 17:26). II. Exa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 14 November 1929

jrtns flADiswrriUE metbOu. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1W. 11^^^* November 15th and 16tn, Friday and Saturday, to you, a V^V^IwIllmV#* message of unbeataple values from The Family Store. BOYS' SUITS Only eighteen boys suits, sizes 1 2 to 17, two pants, grouped in one lot $5.75 SCHOOL SWEATERS Children's coat and pull-over Sweaters, values unexcelled * . $1.00 CORDUROY PANTS Men's corduroy pants, worth $3.50 pair, for only $2.00 MEN'S $3.95 DRESS $4.95 COATS $7.50 SCHOOL OXFORDS Sizes 8 1 -2 to 2. Beat the quality at the price if you can. Only $1.19 Pair OUTING 27 inch best quality outing, 10 yds. for . $ 1.00 36-inch best quality outing, 8 yds. for. . $ 1.00 TAKE YOUR CHOICE Peter Pan prints, printed Foulard, printed Charmuse, printed suiting, solid color suit- ing, Values from 50c to 75c yard. Friday and Saturday 29c yard MEN'S SUITS Men's all wool blue serge suits $18.50 Men's overcoats -.$9.50 and $12.50 Boys' all wool Suits $7.95 and $9.95 $2.00 to $3.50 LADIES HATS A fair selection ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

Madisonville— Whwe the East Begins The Madisonville /Meteor Madison A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR madisonville. madison county, texas, thursday, november 21, 1929. NUMBER THIRTY-FIVE Second Meeting Is Called for Next Saturday to Further Consider The Tomato Industry In Madison County (By Secretary J. N. Raney) With only a few farmers present Saturday a discussion of the possi- bilities of growing tomatoes in Mad- ison county were gone into. Due to the lack of publicity making known this meeting, the attendance was not heavy; however, those present stated that they would be glad to produce tomatoes themselves and had heard a number of others talking that would be glad to grow an acre. In an effort to get 150 acres pledged, which is the acreage neces- sary before the rail road will build a packing shed, the farmers present agreed to take it upon themselves to see as many others as possible in their respective communities in order to hasten the pledging o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21. 1928. Sri i t. t... j|j|mu|2|r "Everybody's Six- Smart • Smooth • Safe* Dependable—and Priced Within the Reach of All! THE new Chevrolet was designed and built to bring the advantages of six- cylinder performance within the reach of all those who can afford any automobile. For that reason it has met with sensational success—more than a million two hundred and fifty thousand on the road in less than nine months! We cordially invite you to come in and see this remark- able car. Its smart Fisher bodies are styled in the latest mode—with tasteful mould- ings, concave front pillars and oblong windows. Its great six- cylinder valve-in-head engine is smooth, powerful and un- usually swift in acceleration. It is designed throughout for greater safety and depend- ability. And its low first cost, combined with its outstanding economy of operation, makes it truly "Everybody's Six." Come in today for a demon- stration ! The Roadster. SS2.1; The P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

ilic mAUisumiiiLE msTKOa.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21. 1929. Closing Out Our Hardware Stock- For the reason that we are going to quit the Hardware and Implement business we are offer- ing you our hardware line at a sacrifice in price. I Now if you are in the market for Stoves, all kinds of Dishes, Lamps, Tinware, Plows, Plow Points, Bermuda Grass Killers, Disk Harrows 16 and 18-inch Disks, Riding Cultivators, Wagons or Building Material, now is the time to make the purchase. Our Cost Mark is Our Price, some things for Less. We must sell this stock by January 1st, 1930. Yours to serve, PARTEN & PARTE 1VT ! ^ iBHH&SSai FUNNY 'BOUT OUR FEET IBiaitBaSBHHBHKHnBI The class in physiology had been studying the structure and functions of the lower limbs and feet. The teacher had emphasized the proper care of the feet, and the lesson as- signment for the next day was for each pupil to write a paper telling what he had learned about the sub- ject. One boy turned in the follow- ing: "Is it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

ii—i in mm mm iw ww i—mm. m n \iwn tuff iwii""' MAPISOyyjltJ MgTBOR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21. 1929 11 mm: pii I! IQHB ppRSBro ■ Special Turkey Dinner! AT ! The White Kitchen Caie | Thanksgiving Day j Walton McDonald,-Proprietor. The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. la the county, year $1.50 Oat of county, year 2.00 la 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. MADISON COUNTY FARM NEWS (By County Agent B. F. Vance) brought the boys of the school out for the demonstration. Most of the boys learned to run lines and can be relied on for this work. Several farmers who were present also learn- e...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

MADISONVILLE METE^. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21. 1929. BUSINESS FIRMS TO CLOSE HERE ON NOV. 11 AND 28 We the undersigned business men of Madisonville, hereby affix our signatures below agreeing to Close our places of business on the dates of November 11th and November 28th, in observance of these National Holidays. It is understood that coppies of this instrument will appear in the columns of the Madisonville Meteor prior to each date. J. L. Cooper, Madisonville Produce Co., T. M. Kellett, Standley Chevrolet Co., C. E. Bullard, O. W, Standley R. F. Wren, Gray Motor Co., First National Bank, J. W. Mathis, Dr. Knox, Chiropractor, J. A. Hensarl- ing, Eula Tinsley, Every Ready Filling Station, Coca-Cola Company, Key Grocery, G. P. Walsh, W. L. Crouch, Leonard and Sandel, G. B. Randolph, Will Bailey, Marsh & Hensarling, A. Haltmar, Post Office Filling Station, Texas Service Sta- tion, Ross Knight, City of Madison- ville, 0. L. Brown, Dr. Claude Riley, Jas.-E. Morris, M. D., Jas. T. Dean, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

I,/ MAW80NVILLE METEv.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21. 1929. If * HUE IS THE REVEALER OF ALL GREAT HUMANS A TWO-MINUTE SERMON BY REV. GEORGE HENRY Slice the dawn of history some "thirty billion persons have come and gone. Of this great host, less than 6,000 have loomed .large against the horizon. About 125,000 have left footprints on the sands of time suffi- eiently deep to identify them and their deeds. Think over these figures when you feanr some one deploring the fact that tho present age is not producing any toper-men. Outstanding figures of history have never grown in rows like Mdishes—genius is sporadic. About 250 years ago, over in Hol- land, there was an obscure lens (tinder who lived and died in a poor- ly furnished room, almost friendless, panniless and alone. After his death they found a bun- |h of manuscript in a drawer under his work bench. By chance scholars mm the MSS. and realized that this aimple, unpretentious craftsman, Benedict Spinoza, had written «M of the greatest ph...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 21 November 1929

i "i ' TBZ MADISONVILLE METgPfc. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 21. 1929 s 1 I ■ ■ ■ 5 S ■ ■ ■ 5 ■ ■ 8 5 § 8 g 8 m 3 : Vs&Staw • * >■' (l4. This community is made up of individuals—each a cog in the tremendous machine of progress. That the machine run smoothly and carry us onward toward greater success, \ each individual cog must do its share. Our churches, our schools, our business institutions, our public and private enter- prices, our present and our future, each and all, depend upon the whole hearted co- operation of every member of the community. Let us all do our share. This page of publicity has been prepared for and paid for by the following firms and businessj|men of Madisonville. Next month they will publish another gladsome message for you. It will gladden your heart to read it. Butler-Grimes Co. Variety Goods. Turners Drug Store Drugs, Drug Sundries, Prescrip- tions. The New Rex Theatre and Confectionery. Woodson Lumber Co. Home Builders. V. N. Rix Dry Goods. J. M. Day Furni...

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