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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

m TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS i a Fire swept the buslnetiB section of Tishomingo, Okla., destroying a num- ber of bulldlngB and causing a total loss of about |65,000. Gov. Campbell has offered a reward of |50 for the arrest of 13. C. Srbra, a negro man wanted at Teague in con- nection with the killing of his wife. The Attorney General's Department In Austin approved for registration the following bonds: City of Jacksboro waterworks bonds, $27,500 City of Ro- tan City Hail bonds, $10,000. Principal It. B. Cousins of the West Texas Normal at Canyon City reports that the foundation on the new normal building has been laid and that work Is progressing. Ho expects to see the building completed by Sept. 16. The Waxaliachlc Epworth League Conference will open in Italy April 13. In the bond election held in Granger, Texas, this week for $15,000 improve- ments on the main streets of the town there were 109 votes for and 18 against the issue. With tho exception of the immediate coast country, tho l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

jr ✓ ' !**/§ ■. Wp.",-''^ / \ ' A | •s Tin: T. M. : ()ui ■ V. Six Mo All m HllVtl 'Ml ll \j/ro iifj{aij)|sc",)c: tllcm: lhe>' arc vast,y| .more—they arc simply as- Business Men oivic Progress !,[. Edif r and Propr'eto JRIPTION HATE: I the business men of a town do . . I not properly patronize the paper The upbuilding of the civic th(y can n()t CXpCCt the farmer • timdiii They have- the renditions of a town or city l0 patronize the town. A well tin r i!'ime quality in that depend upm the decree of patronized local paper is a sure ii aic di them have as yet been interest its citizens take in sign of a well patronized mer- , , maue t lions are payable m Nu name will he l"1' j back, until paid lor. 11ime. II he i I'u! ton or hook up the the matter, such action being liut that will come in taken sometimes through an- other and entirely different chant. It is also a sure sign of THE FARMER ANt) THE FACTORY. A Bilious it«m which has Uon going the rounds of the weekly newspapers of Texas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

Local and Personal Mention Best flour in town at Ag- new's. Will Forest was down Mon- day from Jacksonville. Chops and bran in stock at \\\ T. Williams. Three rooms for rent. Ap- ply to C. P. Murphy. Newest things in men'.'' furnishings at I. Friedman & Go's. Don't miss those produc- tions given every night by the "Howard Stock Co." You can get any kind of a straw hat you want at the Racket Store, and the prices are right. County court is in sesson this week in Rusk, Quite a number of Alto boys were in attendance, being interested in a trespass case. Young men, come in and give us a look. Swellest line of spring and summer cloth- iug ever shown in Alto. I. Friedman & Co. Through a n o v er sight resolutions passed by the Mt. Zion Sunday school on the death of Miss Pearl Cole were neglected to be put in type this issue. They will appear next week. Call up Allen Grocery Co., to have your orders filled with the best and freshest groceries Both phones. Dr. A. O. Lester, dentist,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

'1 JEW . I, . *«fy •$ ■ > THK ALTO HERALD T. M ALTO, McCLURE, Proprietor . . . . TKXAS FOR A NEW EDUCATION. An eminent upholder of dramatic art, apparently In rilnpslr of holding mild nrt high enough by the uso or existing facilities him offered to bo one of ten men to make up n fund of $260,000 with which to endow n Choir of Playwrltlnp nt Horviird university. Thnt Ib cerlnlnly a great scheme, and no doubt the other nlno contributors will coino forward with agility*-* whether or not with grace doesn't really mati r. A Chair of l'laywrltlng Is what tills country long Ikis sought end grieved because It hud not, or. words to that effect, says New York Times. To be sure, all the great, near great, and tolerably large builders of plays whose names wo recall at the moment somehow managed to get along without listening to lectures by nny practitioner of their trade or by any professional expounder thereof, endowed or other, but because a thing can be, and has been done pretty well In o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

e Master By MARIE mN'VORST ^ PICTURES BY CMAS W.ROSSER <:OPYKIGJir. j905,tJ5T'J D. LIPPmcOT'J- Co 6YN0PSIS. PfiHll Tempest. world's greatest port and novHIst, r«*fu*!nK: further to be lion- ized, hIiuU himself up In Craven, hl« country home. 11 is gloomy meditations arc broken by the admission of an Ameri- can. Lucy Carew, who has come to Eiik- land to K« t a study of l he author, but more espoolally a synopsis of his new *ulte of iJoemH. Tempest, angry at bring •disturbed, declare* he will write no more, and asks Lucy to go. Ite pen ting Ida rude- nepn in m ndlng her out at night In the rain. Tempeat hastens after her, but she r«*fus*s to return to Craven with him and taken lodging with a cottager. Next morning Lucy receives an apologv from "Tempest and an offer to assist her In writing her essay. Temnest dictates to Lucy, who listens spellbound as she writes. Lucy decides to go to London, but "Tempest Induces her to remain and read 1 er manuscript to him. Lucy declines an Invit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

TH AL'l Ai art, snld exls one $25C of I Thn no will who real In v nnd ii'or Tin- grei pi a; moi aloi nny nny cud can In i bo oth ma) it i flee tun moi will Ing the trui inei III 01 pla: T Mn; of ( thai In i drri wri wor y. loo rln w'f? i Foley' <«V JW T iff JL kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities. , Kiincy Pills purilythe blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. l\% C< >ATS, Altu Tvxnf* ■"I"" 1 - — backache, rheumatism, Snl r. THE (' This is r people iiav the hiji'l'i France am tfovcrnm il ih'cc. ■ bread b\ jS'I 01' I I VINO. t tlic first time the e pr-ii' t"(1 against cost of living'. In other countries the it has at times ueemt i'v to lix the prici , >v, and nearly i ily every a bread riot in «umo other cent r year theri Naples, or <ii poverty. ].]• ,.n jn our own country it setms that a Iiijih cost of livinp cri ■: de wv carried on as early >tl 1 Sii-l. A document found at Dull i*. I ii . is -ijrned by 100 cil izens petitionin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

-m. •8th r*-- 4* (The BUo IWeraid entered Iaium1901 .atllk*. Alio.Te.xntV (officii qi3>QV'tri''"i rimiflntlrr^ i nf fnniirrn Hariris. IS7 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910. Number 19 517 People M, C. PARRISH PRESIDeNT arc doilig their banking busi- ness with us. They realize the splendid service we extend we extend our patrons, and know we arc "the bank" in time of need OiU bank is headquarters for the farmers 011 Saturday, and we are always glad to have thera with us, M. E. tfcCLURE ViCE PHES T. D. MILLER OASHIER THE ALTO STATE BANK "SPRING IS COMING, TLE ANNE." GEN- For nine weeks I was a mem- ber of Mr. Holly Agnew's home, (loins in my small way what I could to help tho sick and afflict- ed, but now, thank the Lord, t hey are all better. So last week I hied me down the San Anton- io road. I mean street—out in- to the country mv rnend. Mrs. Fitts. As I, went on I ab- sorbed the news. There is a new baby at Mr. Wright's. Mr. Kay, who has been "ailing" for quite awhile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

Tt AL'l A art, said I'XlS one f 25( Of 1 Tim no will whs real Is v nnd wor Tim groi plaj mot aloi any any end can In i be oth run it i floe fun moi w!l Ing the tru' ine: moi pla. 1 Ma of I tbn In ) tin vt( ^ VOI 7, i THE ALTO HEKALL) EVENTS BOILED DOWN T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor ALTO, Now I or i:\as ttie straw bonnets. DOMESTIC AND rOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. , ; Spring, bless her. may go fBr 81 ah* likes Hske room for the rhubarb pi® the strawberry shortcako. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY When It saw the colonel the Sphinx Wmalned discreetly silent. Girls' names written on egg* are itunied out of cold atorago from one ito three yearn old. Everything Important That Could Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. Da Hlmlsn dinners are still popular In *he New York smart set and lome of itliem coat I 101 per plate Paris has a "ham and Iron" fair, "though htnn nnd diamonds would be Bnore appropriate combination. Japan Is taking nn Interest In base TibII. which seems to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

A Master of CRAVEN By liARIE "VAN'VORST PICTURES BY CMAS W.ROSSER .COPYKIGIir. 1205, BY"J:i3.HFPirfC0TT Co SYNOPSIS. Hn*il TempCft. world'!* Err:tfo*t pont 4ii<I novelist, refusing further to !> • llon- fzrit. shuts hlinsHf up in Craven. Ills rouiitry home. Ills gloomy nuMlltutlonn are broken by the admission of an Amerl- ran. Lucy Curew, who has come to Kng- land to get h sttnlv of the author, but moro etijierlally a synopsis of his new suite of poems. Tempest, angry at being flits!urbecf, rierlnres lie will write no more, tuul neks Liny to go. Repenting his rude- ness In sending her out at night in the ralt>. Tempest hastens after her, but she refuse® to return to Craven with him and takes lodging with a cottager. Next morning Lucy receives an apology from Tempest and an ofTer to assist her in writing her essay. Tempest dictates to Lucy, who listens spellbound as she writes Lucv derides to go to London, but Tempest Induces her to remain and read her manuscript to him. Luc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

Tl AL'J A art, Bflld cxls one $26( of ] Tha no will whc real In v nitd wor Tim Broi plaj moi nloi nny any end can in ( bo otli mal It i fleo fun moi will lng (he trui 11)01 moi pla: T Ma of t tha In i droi wn voi 'V. -V loo I Tiro ilii: \ I.TO 11 KHALI > Fruit and Truck Grdwers of East Texas. T, M. M CLURE. Ed,lor and Proprietor ; ^ q{ nurUctjnR SUBSCRIPTION RATES thc 1910 fruit and vegetable Dm it , crcp of Kast Texas is of great 1)nvutllt. -HI importance just now. W e have a big crop of peaches, judging the future by the >ix Months •Vir Mitiscriptions an . . ,'nh ik'i No name will l'i' put on ilic books until pnitl foi• aninoucneMents "VNOfNCHMKNT I'KKS. I'or Congress For District Ofliccs T-'or Countv Offices For Precinct Ofliccs 2 50 We are authorised to an- nounce the following candi- dates for thc offices under J15.00 10.00 s.rxi and v | past, this is the beginning of ;i period of good years for the ; growers, if we will but exef* eisc discretion in the handling of our cr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

miimm 5 alto'S „ „ a,:t<I's * * Popular Store ANNOUNCEMENT: Popular Store JUST ARRIVED New Shipments A Queen Quality Slioe for Women M A Shoe for style, comfort T5 and value J BOSTON FAVORITE 7^ A Stylish Shoe for Womert w The best Shoe on the market for ry the money ^ New Line of W Wash Goods, Laces T Embroideries, Trimm 5~g JUST ARRIVED ^ New Shipments ^ HIE" CAMPt'S" P Suit, for men and young men I * |r FRIEDMAN & COMPANY? We take an immense amount of Pride in announcing that after a con- sultation with the company of our firm (who resides in New York) we have decided to continue itl business here. We are replenishing our stock and filling up all gap holes nlade by our recent Removal Sale, and will be in a better position to fill your demands than ever before. We Want your patronage for anything in our line, and we know that if you will gitfe iis the opportunity we will make you 3 permanent custodier We Guarantee It THE "WANDES" Suits for boys children THE "BOSTON IAN'1 Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

A1 cr- ux 88 e> 01 $1 ol T n Vf w r< \f n ■w 1 B P li a n r < c 1 I AFTER FOR YEARS Bdttcll Loom is , , i .wis' 1 b.,,i, «■ - J Cured by Lydia E. Pink* ham's VcRelableConipound 1'urk Kaplds, Minn.—"I was sick foi —lymrs while passillR illr<>tifrh the tiiiingi of 1/ii't! and was liitrdly ul'lr to be arouud. After tnk- itiu .six buttles of J.wliu i:. I'inkliiiin'H V' e ff e t .'i I) le ChIII- |>< min 1 I gained *20 poiiutls. am now able to do my own ®|\vork and i \S well."— Mrs. Kn. J1>La Dor, l'ark Jtap- idH, Minn. Ilrookville, Oldo.—"I was irrepnlar and extremely nervous. A neighbor recommended j.ydia I' i'inkliam's Vegetable ( ompo'imtl to inc and 1 liavo tm'oine regular and my nerves aro much lietti r. "— Airs. it. Kin mm in, Ilrookville, ()ldo. I.ytlia I !. I'inkliani's Vegetable Coni- poimd. made from native roots ami herb . contains no narcotic or harrn- fill (I rugs, and to-day holds the record f.ir the largest number of actual cures of fc male diseases...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

*5 TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS The new overall, glove and mattress factory will be stalled next week In Terrell, Texas. Work has begun on the Catholio Church at Teague, Tex. It Is to be a brick structure costing about $4,000. Sun Saba Is to have a new $75,000 court house. The bond election for a $7f .000 court house to be built at Sail Saba carried by a fair majority. Judge P. C. Thurmond, one of the best-known lawyers and Jurists In North Texas, died at his home In lion- ham after an illness of several weeks of a complicated stomach trouble. The Frisco Railway Company's taxes In Oktnulgee County, Okla., main line, $41,812.fiS; branch lines, |8,48C26; to- tal, $00,286.SI. A tender wus made the county of $43,000, but it was refused. A farmer of the Terrell locality has contracted to sell fifty bales of his 1910 cotton at li'/ic, to be delivered 1n November. As the result of a premature explo- sion on the Santa Fe cut-off, near Cole- man, Sunday, eight workmen are dead and several missing. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 April 1910

A1 ni Bf e: o $ 0 7 n v v r it 11 \ 1 I I i i i KIDNEY PILLS for backache, rheumatism kidney or bladder trouble, ond urinary insularities. Foley"s Kidney Pills puriiy thc blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. S..l« ffynL'INN * COATS. Alto. THE COUNTRY WEEKLY. Kot long the nnnounce- jiu iii made from across the way regarding Col. Roosevelt and his trip, tin tatemont was made that the only newspaper that the distinguished huntsman read regularly during his en- tire trip was .1 country weekly published in New York State. We are well aware that self- praise is not only unseemly but is very had form, but we can- not resist the temptation to take advantage of this opportunity I ,j_ L.Southei to pitch a hoquct at the country L^iys:—1"For limb by amputation they invar- iably ask for thi severed mem- ber and keep it in a box. Some- times they will actually eat it, thinking it only right that that which has been taken from the S cancelled with the spurious 'body should b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

(The £Uto IHeralct hlwi Innuoiv^s, lOOl.atlhr. fllto. Texouostoffktt a*Sc*on<Kl*"snalinattcrArtofCcn<jrc.V'i- norths. 1879 VOLLMK X V ^ ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL ;9 r9ro. Number ao HE I ME- to protect your notes, deeds, insurance policies, aud all other valuable papers, is RIGHT NOW before they are burned or lost. We have lots of room for tliem in our FIRE PROOF VAULT —free of cost to you, or we can rent you a private lock box, with key, for only S]/z cents per month. Look Them Up and Bring Them to Our Vault THE ALTO STATE RANK East Texas Advantages. In speaking of East Texas Prof H, P. Attwater; Indus- trial Agetit '6f the Sunset* Central lines said: "Few sections of the United States present to the individ- ual quite so many attractive features from the standpoint of development and agricul- tural opportunities as does East Texas. For many years East Texas was considered an undesirable proposition for profitable investments except for its timber interests, and until quite r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

■SEW Hi Ij /T*' " ' " ft, - V ••• -< ^ Mug" ~t* *. '-SXiUS' iSS^SiP THL ALTO E=~ t, M. McCLURE, Proprietor ALTO, - - HERALD EVENTS BOILED TI'AA; domestic and foreign happen ings served up in at- tractive style. Street car hogs aro not worth the j ______ market price. Whnt ft flii" nil star Block company NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Reno could organize. When plriy In only skin deep " 1,1 Quite likely to affect the iuiirh "Fell through the Ice and drowned" (ft (ft I it If'K are over (or tho season. The helix lire In no hurry to lay eggs to fill up next years cold storage warehouses The chiintlcleer fiid In 'hi" conn try Is chiefly confined to the cold storage warehouses. When the cold storage warehouses turn loose eggs they are marked di red from the country." Instead of the conquests of war, let us enter heart and soul Into lb" effort to conquer disease. In the bright effulgence of spring one can smile at the tears one shed over the last rose of summer Kissing Is unknown In Japan It 1h n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

r-.r-. ..... _;. ^ It It (1 : Udi" ■ - I a • s o Master MARIE \5\N*VORST PICTURES BY CMAS W. ROSSER ^OpyHIGHr. J905, JJVrJ;B.LTPPmCorr Co SYNOPSIS. Basil T.mpmt, world's Kronti-Ht poet ^ml novcllM, 1'i'fiiRliiK further to bo lion- ised. Hlnim hllnHcIf up In Craven. Ills •country liome. HIh Klonmy mtnlltutlonH «r« broken by tlx- admission of an Arner- l'un, l.ucy Carftw. who ha* come to Kiik- land to K'-t a study of the author, but in ore .-specially a synopsis of Ills new Null., of pocmM. Tempest, angry at belnK dlBturbi-d. declares hi- will write no more «ml rudely asks her to «o. HepentlnK of his rudeness he apologizes hii.I offers to dictate ui I.uey, who sits spellbound as Hhe wrltis. Tempest induces l.ucy to re- main and read her manuscript to him. Their Interest In one another crows. Teni- pest burns the pholoKraphs and letters of Ijidy Ormnnd, with whom Ids name has been associated. lie takes (treat pleasure Jn Lucy's presence, as their work pro- gresses. CHAPTER VI—Continued...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

i. :tWZ ■ •■.: -V f P'/'Ip.; *^§1 wtm al c- fll BI e o $ 0 1 II V \ r 1 p ■\ r f 1 i i i >0 TiIF \i T<> ujshau>,urstl,a!t:nnl;;1 poss,iblycon* 1 ■11 _ 'rem than at all; to throw cv- CiJifor iind PioRi'etor ^ conceivable obstacle M. M CLL/BL. 1 11 S [ HI) SU3SCRIPT ION On * V< nr . . . Six Month- •?" Ml ul.se: ntimis are pavaMe in aCvan. ■ No name will * l'lU on tin Ixiok* until paid foi- annoucnements- the path of |at;y and all kinds )ATES of profession in their com- munity c,r town; who is so full of jealousy ana c n v y, that they not only begrudge unto their neighbors the lux- uries they may purchase or M!'n*t i'M'Si ienjoy, but even the \'ery nec j i , , 515.00! essaries of life that they may For iJis'ti'iet Offices lo.oo.p s.sibly b • in possession of. Vo: Couutv < Juices rv')0 (They >;o about like a roaring AN NOV Pl< 51 v (>iiiccs •inct < Mi'ux.i We arc authorized to nounce the following candi- dal- for the offices under which their names appe al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

B. D. BROCK WANTS YOUR TRADE FOR Staple and Fandv Groceries Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc Short Order House I run a firs^/class Short Order house in connection, and enn furnish everything to eat the market affords on short notice and at reasonable rates. Freshs Oysters Kept on Hand All the Time Local and Personal Mention Fine line fresh fancy can- dies at Agnews. Dr. J. B. Ramsey spent Sunday night in Alto. Bring yonr eggs to the Racket Store and get the tip top price. Boys' and children's wash suits and pants at I. Fried- man &. Co's. Jesse Holcomb and John Henderson sfent last Sunday in Rusk on businesr. New shipment of beHs. ties, shirts and men's furnishings at I. Friedmrn & Co's. M. C. Parrish, president of the Alto State bauk, transact- ed business in Wells Tues- day. Boys' summer underwear boys' shirts, suits, hats and belts cheap this week at the Racket Store. All sovereigns ?hould come out to \Voo4mari supper t*> morrow night and have a good time. • ; Car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

TMr ms' i A 1 V Strength cf Legs Differ. In .. I cm • out nl ovrry hund the left If-ff l stronger than thr Wnt« r \ ,r • Kit* In Nutun • ^ 1 ir> ami • • J. a I I Y\ or ka, Thost )j. (on l!i.« nln J' , TI'XHM. addicti <i hit lifcoiur color blind. ii si* of i It Jn> d NEWS HAPPENINGS AND THE FATHER WONDERED should play practical jokes a good Iohim Hinder ioli, 1111 ClVf -llo v% Mm i'i K has to Ik ulmt mar. si ml Into 1 in.ir ftl K ni^h th« Santa tulfy of th« ! of api roximat tallied- The Dallas I'nlon 1 M«pot ' the .Municipal for the right <H)(i BACKACHE! Suffered Over Nine Months, Nothing tfeiie. 'd Me Until I look i'I Rl X.I. JOSEPH LACELlt Mrs. .Inm pli Tiiicollo, 121 Hronnon St., Oiiawii. l a t, Ontario, Canada, \vnt« ••1 - iMoird wnli hnckachc nml head- Bchc for ovrr nino month* and nothing rolirvod mi- until 1 took lVrtina. Thin inoflicni" is | y fur hotter than anyothor inodlrino for ihotin troubli'H. A few hot- 1 1 ]<*h relieved mo of my minora bits half- 1 repo...

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