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THE DALLAS EXPRES3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1919. OLD REGULAR . ..nnmiitmtt Shreveport, La TTTfTTTTT Explain ' Soma Irreflularttles Soma Observations on Condition Dem ocracy Explained Th Poetry Writing Soldier Goes to Shreve port Stop at Texarkana DeKalb, Annona and Pari Capitulate, Whlla Successful Attack Are Mad on Honey Grove, Bonham, . Whlte wrlght Discover a $100,000 Col ored Fanner at Bell Take a ,, bboirt V. th at Denlsoa and Sher man, and Attend A Devil Driving Protracted Meeting Don't Laugh, at Dallas Staff Correspondence. Somewhere In Two State, May 10, 1919. Tl rough no fault of mine and over a general protrst, the mechanical end of the Dallaa Express has li terfered with the ateady run of this narrative, in so much that recently my deliver ance being current literature, they have rather been glimpses of ancient history. I am on again, however, and hope to be able to give off a regular in stallment weekly, Just as things bap pen. . Some Observation. Many things are happening through out the country these spring days. On all sides men are making history of the kind which shines and It will grow brighter with the years. The studied efforts of certain south ern white newspapers to make It ap pear that the southern colored peo ple who about a year ago Journeyed toward the north, are now dissatisfied :tnd want to return, has failed. The statements have been run down, and when they had the acid test applied to them it was found that they would not staud. The col ored men who Journeyed from the south some time ago, went away to stay. Before leaving they took ev erything Into consideration tbey ' counted up the cohC Not only will they not return, but If all the signs don't fail, there are others here who will emulate their example. Democracy Is the dream of every American. From the dark days which shrouded tiie Revolution until the last gun was flred the other day over there on the Western Front In France, the chief concern of the great body of the peo ple baa been th making of a gov ernment which offered equal oppor tunity to all and special privilege to none. The Afro-American has hearti ly entered Into all this program of government making, ' and has con tributed his full quota to making glorious our Institutions. A secret as It is kept, the Colored mafi Is plan tilng to git out of the government all that he has put In It, and by all the gods, there ran be found no. way i to prevent It. , Poetic Soldier. While l Honey Orove the other da.T, a cltUen whose face w.'is wrin kled and whose soul was clean, came up to me and said: "Mr. Editor, I wants you to put this in yc ir paper about my bo1'. He's one of them fli-hting men in France, and I want lilm honored. I told him that I would put this In and honor his fighting eon. Here's his piece: "Boys. With th 816." Here's to the boys of the 815. ' No braver boys were ever seen. Who went to France to do their share, Wher the boys were fighting over there. Who aaw Red Cross trains many times, Drlnglng men from the firing lines, gome to live and some to die, And never lick sad when the train passed by. But inarched en. from where they " And stood' It all with "Yankee" vain. Marched and hiked in rain and snow. Laughed and talked as they packed their roll. O.olng out to a land unknown. From where the doad and wounded cpma. f'rr.m "a land you know where many did fail, To a place Just Heyond the Verdun wall. ...-.' To "No Man's Laid'' was whire we went. - v And camped out there In "pu,.py" tents. ' '' In a place wlere the sun didn't ever shine. -unly w steps from the flrir f line. aero', the Is the name of the North Louisiana metropolis where I landed the morn ing of the 28th of April, where I was bt:io.1 to speak that night and the night of the 2th. A part of the plan bad miscarried. Revivals were ev ery where In full blast The busi nes of soul-saving had taken prece dence over all other enterprises, and as a result on the night of the 28th, I could find no place to speak. Vou see, I merely wanted to teach the way to get the bread and meat of this life, while the preacher were talk ing about that living bread, which. If a man eats, be will hunger no more. On Tuesday night, the 29th, through the kindness of Rev. W. A. Blnga man, the pastor of Antloch, famous Antloch, I got a small bunch of the commercial elect together and was permitted to expound the great doc trine of "Race Organisation For the Promotion of Commercial Business. Rev. J. M. Carter presided and a brother whose voice was not broken, but badly cracked, raised the Old Hundred, "And Am 1 Born to uie. to Lay This Body Down?" I spent an hour lening me Louis iana natives the Texas way, and I believe that I "brok through." At any rate, I have the Information that the attack was well received. I forgot to say that Monday night I attended at this same church a choir reception, the singing numbers being rendered by three choirs, and let me tell you that the music was of the kind which some fellow says doth "soothe the savage breast" As I took the time to say before In a former written description, Shreveport colored Shreveport Is a live wire, and many are the examples of enterprise among the people. I am told that the colored people or Shreveport number an even 18,000 souls and I am glad to tell the out side world that there can be found among them a little of everything which shows them to be an enter prising set. The usual Invitation to dine came to me through Miss unio iNewun, who make her home In Texarkana mostly, but some time In Shreveport. The unforgettable occasion was stag ed at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson at 102 Western Ave. The party made up of Mr. and Mrs. Carner, a Mr. Grant, Miss Toledo Ohio Newlln and the Editor of the Dallas Express. The menu was made up with baked chicken at the bot tom, topped off by the trimmings which belong therewith. Shreveport Is a study .and back ward cltlxens full of doubt of what the race ran do slfould go Ihere and get Inspiration. , Texarkana, 7 ex. was my next stop, and I arrived there at 2:20 th evening of April 80. I spake that olght at Polly Chapel Bap tist Church of which Rev. H. B. Ev- an Is the )ator. Rain Interfered. Tha vivid lightning and mastering thunder played their nimb.'s game, and the element weep faith ful, however, were la evidence and a splendid audience waa present. Paa tor Evans presided and Rev. W. A. Preston who at odd times operates a Mg saw mm introduced me. i made remarks on the Building of a Race. 1 I had no less a personage than Prof. Virgil Goree to motor me to my stopping place at the home of Lieutenant Ferrance, Just back from France, where I had a splendid sup per. I spent a dreamless night at the beautiful residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charity Chappelle. A splendid break fast fell to my lot The next day I accepted an Invita tion to renew the Inner man at the , owM a caf After exammIng the ties a levy Immediately upon my arrival. Dinner being served at the Paris Sanitarium, we went to Barnett's Opera House where a full silver cor net band played "Hail the Chief." Paris waa out there the pretty wo menthe mighty men. lb? platform rocked under the load of notables. Outside the day was perfect A gen tle xophyr had cleared the elements of clouds and the early May aun lent a certain greenish lustre to the ever Increasing foliage. Dr. Boswell, who, by the way. Is the president of the League, presided, and after song and prayer by Rev. C'.' N. Hampton, introduced "Senator" E. W. Bailey, who In turn introduced Col. W. E. King, the orator of the occasion. He delivered a discourse on the "Power of Organization." He spoke for 90 minutes and received a vote of con fidence. The Paris Advancement League Is an organization which is doing much to uplift the people and Its work commends it to the favora ble consideration of the people. I spoke at night to a large congrega tion at the First Baptist Church of which Rev. C. N. Hampton is pastor. I took no text but I am told I dwelt In the Bible. One sister was made happy. This wa my second case of happiness. I made my home at Mrs. Clemmons, where I had every cour tesy and convenience. Honey Grv, Texaa, wa my next stop. May 7. Here I organized a Negro Business League, with A. J. Perdue, president; T. A. Smith, vice-president; Prof. W. J. Taylor, secretary; W. M. Harris, treasurer. Here I caught the natives more or les unprepared to greet me, but through the kindness of Rev. J. R. Swancey, I did not utterly fall. I am going to play a return date at the Leading Baptist Church, June 15, Sunday at 8:30 p. m. Pastor Swan ceyr Mr. Perdue, Mrs. F. M. Nichol son, E. G. Burks ,T. A. Smith, A. T. Smith, D. Robinson, Prof. Taylor and others have decided to make the oc casion worth while. The countryside about will be in evidence, and a big time is on the program. Bonham, Texas, May 9, was my next stop, I spoke un der the auspices of the Colored Wel fare League, of which Mr. S. M. John son is president, and J. H. C. Rags dale is secretary. A reception com mittee led by Rev. Hlggs met me at the train. Taklnc seat In a Ford In waiting, I waa soon at the big general store of Mr. J. D. Johnson. He carries a tun line of staple and fancy groceries,-dry goods, etc., and is said to be worth 1100.000. From there. In company with Rev. Hicks I visited the following places of business owned ano opera ted bv Colored persons: Arthur Murphy, groceries, N. Maple St.; louston Do Jarnett, restaurant. N. Star St.; ur. A. n. Mcnuinn, puy Irian and surgeon. E. 6th St.: J. D. Locke, grocery, E. 6th St.; Chas. Jor dan, pool hall; Henry warn, restau rant. E. 6th St; Bob Walters, gun smith. E. 6th St.; Prof. W. E. Johnson, merchant tailor, 603 Johnson St.; Her hart Johnson, restaurant. E. 6th St.; Locke & Stephens, undertakers and embalmers. 600 E. 6th St: M. 8. De Tarnntt h ahnn and tailor. 311 8. Ce& ter St.; Bennett & Stephens, barbers. 309 8. Center St.: Edith caiwen, res taurant, 8. Poplar St.; Frank WiHIams; restaurant. S. Poplar Bt , Among the minister found Rev. W. H. Lynch, pastor J Bethlehem Baptist Church, North Star St; Rev. T. E. Hlggs, pastor New Hope Uaptist Church, N. Maple St; Rev. J. A. Swan, pastor Cain Chapel, A. M. E. Church. W. 3rd St; Rev. James Carr, paBtor St Paul's C. M. E. Church, E. 6th St. - Whltewrlght Texas, May 9, la my next stop. I unloaded here out of a Ford car owned by Mr. G. W. Andrews, one of the biggest farmers in Texas. You see it came about this way: I came from Bonham to Bells and finding that I had a lay-over from 8:65 a. m. to. 2: 30 p. m.," I decided to do one of two things, either count the ties to Whitetfright less than ten miles away, or can up tne man wuu SAlTSFYEiOELlEF FR0I.I lEBAGO Cloan'g Liniment has tht punch that relieves , rheumatic twinges Thl warmth-giving, congestion Scattering circulation-stimulating rem edy penetrate without tubbing right to the aching spot and bring quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains, sprains, strains, stiff nets, headache, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle today costs little, mean much. Ask your druggist for it by . Keep It handy for the whole, family. The big bottle is economy. Me, 0e aai L20 i sir W've Found The Secret! (C No more falling hair, split ends, nor bad scalp. If MOvo" ia used ac cording to direction, the result will be a beautiful fluffy suit of hair. Satisfaction guaranteed. Agents Wanted r Further partlcu lars, write or phone . Mrs. F. Hodnett SeotV Phone H. 1162 2414 Caddo St, Dallas, Texas, , 2-8-6m r ' ' ' ; i ; ..,-,:V..aA ft II .SHI I' i I II- M IM III i J Fl KME. ITJELLA HcDAJflEL, 2308 E. Korse Street, ; Greenville, Texas 9CALP SPECIALIST AHD BE1PTI CCLTURIST. All ladies can have long, beautiful hair. Let me convince you and start vour hair at onoe to growing. Ton cet result from the first treatment Growing Oil. 25c to 60c: Dandrun Cure. 60c; Pressing Oil, 60c; sent anywhere prepaid. I alae teach mani curing and beauty culture by mall. Terms reasonable. Address Sadaa Laella HeDulel, 1303 E. Morse St, Greenville, Texas. S-li-U BE A 8AMETTE GIRL." Some wore thinking oj But. all were happy, as happy could b. No Ayer bnys vere crer seen. Than the boys uf the 816. Who went to upper then off to bed, T!tpd our hea ls on hand "grenades.' But after 1 think of Just a little nack We were ordered out on the railroad track. Not to check or advance on o?en But, to tamp ties ond lay high ball KtfM'I. Bo the irocfs at the front could fight villi Elee. Wliila freoln,; the world for Democ racy. V'e re Mallonpd now In a town In FVanrn, Rtrtohod b the Germans as thsy c I rant-ad. ' From out o the trt-nch-s and ouf of the air! JTines Tiers planted everywhere. Now elout this place don't ssk me Tf jii.t as sfe aa l ds? gooe tv. Iv;w 3f jxu ever ecme over hero to Tr. v.t Yn tv n 1'tfle stream. !,.,.. .vr the Jt. Co. of the HV -V '.- Ur.Kir.s and Pvt. t W. u i'i CsrvT.., lfmber t&jit-- d r.-Att' f t tins 8i. home of Miss T. Ohio Newlln. 1 saw nothing of Dr. O. U. Jamison . Prof. Barrett, lr. Edwards, Rev. Scott, Brother Connor, and other Bowie county Business League mag nates, but I understand tbey were in town. DeKalb, Texaa, was the town where I unloaded the mornhig of May 3. The town waa ripe for the meeting. Mr. Flowers secured for me a stopping place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Car ter, Mr. Flowers fad me at noon. At night t spoke to a large audience on tha subject of "i ut Some Business ,n Religion." Rev. Watklns prayed. Men were there from all the coun tryside around and I had the promise that the future would show that my speech had done goo-?. Mr. ond Mrs. Collins operate n. barbershop and dressmaking establishment 'iwo yount; men own a confectionery. This Is the enterprise, but l nav? tne promise of the men who can maki- it happen, that they are going to make it come to pass. LeKalb lias us l aw snare of churches and lodges ad It Is going to have its share of bual- ness. -. . . " , , Annona, Texas, I reached the next day, May 3. Hue the men whoae duty It wr.a to get . up the meetlr g had tor some r.Hon failed. NotMng daunted. I pulled the broken corxls together. I found Mr. Easteriand, Mr. William Titus. Mr. Tom Bratun. Pror. Hamil ton, Rev. Bufflngton, E. T. Tremble und others, and at night we were face to face with a line audience at Rock of .ges Baptist Church. In the meantime Mr. and Mrs. Titus had decided that I had bed and board at their very comfortable home, and Bro. Bufflngton had walked with a country mile out to his home to a supper which I much enjoyed. The meeting was a success and Mrs. Sel lie Gamble and others promised me that Annona was grlng to have at lenst one business enterprise con trolled by colored people. At pres ent Jno. Roval Derates the only col- on'd place In town a restaurant and barbershp combined. Among the 1 property owners among our race at Annona pre: E. i . Tremme, Jas. Hawthorn, Jas. McClellan, Paul Reese. Cal Causley, T. B. Washing ton, Wm. Titus, Ben Benton, who own farm lands , near-by. Amorg iose who own homer, in town are: Tom Brattcn, Henry Shelton, Mnrlon McUea. KUKtln Moore, Heflry Moore. Saliie GaniUle, - Jno. Royal, Sallle llufke?, Jas. CoUman. Matilda Mar shall Lou Washington, Joe Hill. Paris, Tex, 'f you pleane, next stop." I arrived there Sunday, May 4, IS: 55 p. m. A reception committee, hf-aded by Dr. Hosweil met me at the depot '.d a hfrh powered car. ia the office, of Vr. Boswell, tha executive o'fiews ct ili Par1 Adrarcetnerj Lcfae held FREE STYLE BOOK MAILED TO CCLGHEO MM Ivsry wamsjgt sfeMiM fcur oo ml our tlwswtirw kentUts SKia StutU nmaet tlytea) el Urdm i. It eon lain) tas Dtosn ration Vh1 blntsi of ho you ny dlraSJ JfSMar SOsT UncUvtaT. Wt mrt iaimr3 f i?s.ord Wo fmru' t Hair and on rvtry mritclc toJd, a imoneyttfuniUd "fc'pM'Nr. kr to, h d T-V rnwsle. isftt pesjtpaMsi if t i Us,tSf l . fl k , ;, uiliKwl POSTPAID $1.10 bnulin. tnlUtvlidM. , Rumania hair company fj h wrltlnw i iiMiw in af till. mvm DepntncBt ,T f' i : ! 4 , . - . i . . i fi L ..jr -"i-L -- : LIGHTEN YOUR DARK SKIN. BACE ME5 AITO W0ME5 PB0TECT T0UE FUTUBE BY USEKG BLACK AID WHITE 0DTTXE5T. BI MAIL 25e SEE WHAT IT BED FOB YI0LA STEELE H . j A H H( - ',(V. " i iH I - - - - - ' "Samette" makes the hair soft, smooth long and beautiful. Try a box "Learn the Way." Course taught by mail, diploma given $12.50. Send your order today, and get edsired results. "Samette" Ealr Grower 40c "Samette Pressing Oil 40c Special prices to agents. Address SAMETTE MFG. CO, P. O. Box 434 Tyler, Texas - Enclose 10 cents for mailing STETSON HATS LADIES' HATS Cleaned and Reblock WOOD & EDWARDS Hat Factory 421 South Eray Street There Is Nothing Better Nor Nothing Just As Good. and finding out how fine they were, I decided that walking was not good, and accordingly I began the search for thp man who owned a car. Borrowing the telephone of a white man, who thought I waa a preacher, I called un Mr. Geo. W. Andrews, who lived three miles out from Boll on a 1 ,600- acre farm and who cultivate a thou sand acres. Mr. Andrew Is known as the seed mau In his part of. the country. Last year he raised thli y- twu different specimen of seed on nis (arm, besides several kinds of animal life. He is a large property orner, having extensive holdings in Sher man, - Muskogee, Okla., and else where. Ha carried me otr hi farm and showed me wheat Ave eet high. But as 1 stilted to say, he gi ve me to ant mid then A ride to Whltewrlght. Mm.' Davis had taken the responsible"! Ity to make my coming a success, ana Bhe was royally assisted by Mr. W renn, Prof. Ruckr, Mr. and Mrs, Lewla, Mr. and Mrs. DonibOt) and oth ers. I sroka ut the C. M. E. Church and Prof. Ruiker presided. I had a full house and exph ined to the peopl" that they must organize and accept li.aders'alp or thty could not be Baved. The speech was received. Some good work was done. .. Other Points. I lert Whltewrlght Saturday morn ing, May 10, going via Denison and Sherman to Dallas. I had no mutaess, in Denlscn, so I atayedjust three min utes. I had a very little in Sherman, ao I stayed nve minutes. Dallas is the town where I change shirts. I did this and Just as 1 wi s about to make my get-a way a steady rain set in r.nd as a result I did not board the iron horse. Finding myself travelless, I found my way to New Hope BaptiBt Church, where 1 ran np in the rear of a devil driving revival Pastor A. 8. Jackson had imported from Muskogee Rev. Joe B. Plus, who was doing the preaching. I heard the Oklahoma gospel giant with pleasure and profit both day and night telling the wonder story of the Cross. Many flint-lock sinners have been called to a new and better life, Some fifty souls or more have been snatched as brands that might bum from the eternal fires. K. E. W. I was with' blackheads, freckles and sunburn. No other remedy bleached me as Black and White Ointment I will never use any thing else Dear friends, if you want beautiful, soft smooth akin try a box of Black and White Ointment Viola Steele. Be attractive. Throw oft the chains that have held you back from prosperity and happiness that rightly belong to you. Apply Black and White Ointment (for white or colored folks) as directed on package, to your face, neck, arms or hands. It ia very pleasant to the skin and has the effect of bleaching dark, allow or blotchy skin, clearing the skin of risings, bumps, pimples, blackheads, wrin kles, tan or freckles giving you a clear, soft bright complexion, making you the envy of everybody. Black and White Ointment is ahead of many other preparations, which only covers up pimples or eruptions. Black and White Ointment removes and heals them. Sold on a money-back guarantee. Two slies, 25c and 50c (large size contains S times as much as smaller aize), sent by mall. FBEE If you send $1 for four boxes of Black and White Ointment a 25c cake of Black and White Soap included free. Address Plough Chemical Company, Memphis, Tenn. Black and White Ointment sold everywhere. AGE5TS MAKE A GOOD LIYING nni!n n Annlv for territory and special deal. Black and White Ointment provides a chance for you to make a good living. No exerience required. Black and White Ointment sells fast and easy. ; WHITAKER'S CAFE 1609 Jackson Street Bigger, Brighter and Better than ever. ' Meals to suit the pocket book and in connection. Tables supplied with the beat the market affords. Service unexcelled. We want your trade. Headquarters of Dallaa Black Giants In connection. . ENOS WHITAKER, Prop The warning has been .sounded not by doctors alone, but coming from the pulpit aa well. The American women are fast destroying their beauty with hot combs. Bear in mind that every reputable doctor will tell you, that you cannot keep hair on your head and continue the use of hot combs. The hot combs not only destroys the natural oil which nature pro- Tided, but leaves the scalp fevorious and in such a condition that it has been said that it had its effect upon the mental power. In order that you may keep the scalp and Lair In a healthful condiUon, you must not disturb nature and that is exactly what you do every time you apply. tLe hot combs. We point you a way In order that you may have straight long luxurious hair without injury to your health and hair. If you don't know this. It Is time for you to convince yourself of this fact It Is better that you Investigate Kap-o-'.ine before buying another hair, preparation than buy another hair preparation and Investigate Kap-o-line later, aa It Is better that you buy Kap-o-llne and be satisfied. , - - THE KAF-O-LEXE WAT TO' MAKE KNOTOT.KISXY.HAIB STBAIGHT ' .. EAST AlfD SIMTLX . Before applying Kap-o-llne, the head should be thoroughly shampooed with XsD-o-llne shamooo. this puts the hair and scalp in 4 clean .ntlseptlc condition. Then apply snow white Kap-o-line as you fall asleep rubbing well Into the scalp, in the morning give the hair a good stiff brushing apply Kap-o-Une every night for six nights braining every morning thoroughly, at the end or the six nights snampoo m air again ana men continue the treatment of Kan-o-Jne evsry other day which, keeps the hair straight ''and in good condition at all times to come. If you have not looked yourself over lately after six nights of this treatment, you will see ior yourself the most beautiful transfigure of yoursolf, a living picture tuat you wiil admire, hair absolutely uraicbt fluffy, full of life, jet black, glossy,, not greasy nor gummy, the kind of ha'r you love to touch. Just such hair you are promised once you start the use of Kap-o-line. Price of KAP-O-LiSE, 85 Cents KAP-0-LI5E SHAMPOO, 60 Cents, sold by most druggict ot mailed to any address upon receipt of price and your druggist's name, ' Manufactured by STONE & COMPANY, Perfumers, Dallas, Texas. Agents Wanted. SELL OR RENT Easiest Payments Big Stock of Cheap, Medium, Fine to select I i i X I 1' 1 MONEY ON -PHORT NOTICE Business Confidential ESI KK CO I70IH ELM STBEET Vhrmt H. 978 . THECRAZIER 1 HE I AV0RITE 2526 Elm ACXHS) Second-Hand Furniturean from. . m CORNITDREfO i URN1TURE U St, Phone Bell M. 7328 1 mm Wt AND CONSTRUCTION COHY (Organized and Incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas, December, 1938). CAPITAL STOCK ($5000.00) FIVE THOUSAND COLLARS We purchase or sell real estate; erect or repair hoi see; and advance money on the same, We guarantee prompt attention to all matters, big or little; ' and, a strict compliance with business principles. ' OUR MOTTO: "Quick Bales and little Profit." Call on or phone . . CHAS. BRACKENS, Manager, ; Phone Edgewood 2735. . " Price A. Wren, M. M. Bodgers President Secretary. I F. C Butherford, . 2-8-6m Treasurer IIS YOUR HAIR SHORT IUIEAKIXG 01P, THIN OB FALLING OUT! IS TOUB HAIB DRY AND WIRT! DOES yOUB SCALP ITCH! 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Diplomas given upon completion of pre scribed course. I Maintain rp-to-date Beauty Par Ion with all modern and sanitary conveniences at 506 Cih St, Fort Worth, Texas i and 80S Prairie Ayenne, Houston, Texas. Dept C ft f'f f Vv B '' ' - . J. Ml SPECIAL OFFEB In ordor to give women who can not see one of my agents, a chance to try my wonderful hair preparations, I am offering you a 6-weeks' trial treatment with full Instructions how to use the same, for ONLT $1.00, and 10 cents extra for postage. One trial treatment will convince you ot its value. l and mil i 4 1 1 N I 1 ,i' M f i ) mm A. HARRIS & CO. MOVIE TICKET ACCEPTED HERE SAMS AS CASH By doinir your tradinff at A Harris & Company. You ffet one certificate for tvery 25 cents and when yoa have 50 certificates you can set book containing six Dc tickets sad two 10c tickets free of charge. We will accept these tickets same as cash. m - . - -i.it ' nJnmsi rLiwrii .in mi i Mfc. 1 H 3ST1 f - i,'.',-v'.- ,-..,,.,. ,.. -!.. !" 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