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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 10 January 1901

J r wL JJE u 7 f irf i > F 0 it ftc c T r 2 9 POWtj U AdvcrthlnghtbUL11fht11m to machlneryThe SSSSISSSISSSSSSSSSSSSU cfud < J motiTe t S The Pad J j Sutt i I t I JH WEEKl EDITION j sSISSIOSUuSIbSuSIs ift > i I r b T I L 4 ri IVOLUME VI NUMBER 28 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENINGA r YEAR 1 j JUDGE L TOLL 7t Violences A Dozen Offenders foi vVarIous Things Gco Her p t man Among Them r PAL THIEVES CONVICTED t MiisthgIt Loul Gardner Tired 100 for Atiiitln g Hit Best Girl to Eicipe rromI I Jail THERE WAS ONLY ONE DISMISSED F County Judge Tully held court this I morning and tried over a dozen prli onera on varloni misdemeanor charges George Herman the young man who itole a ring from a young ladya room at the Comerclal Hotel and gave It to hli sweetheart Christmas Waif F sentenced lo two months In Jail ifientncod I Louis Gardner who aislitod Hettle lUtclIrTe colored to escape 1 from Jail c 5 by driving her away In a buggy I while the was a trusty and putting J her on a train for Princeto...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 10 January 1901

C JCC I i k I C J KsW tfl m A Clean e e p 1 IN r Our CloakRoom I I Never before were there such Bargains in WrapsEverything 1Rverything 1 In cloaks and capes from now on go at less than lull I f fIe regular pries Just see what EXTRA IINR garments we are offering at such unheard of price Any Jacket iu the house lor 500 Come early and get the best of the bargains Ladies fine plush Jacket either plain or with Jet trimming lined I with best Skimer satin worth 996 to 15 00 just think alit only tj Beautiful Melton cloth Jackets in Red Blue and Hlack lined with 111111 Velvet band trimming were 1000 for 500 as long as they last Ladles light Grey Melton cloth Jackets lined throughout cloth bind trimming were ton now 503 l J Hint Black Bivrcie cloth Jackets cl th bind trimming lined throughout ancSbrm collar IS oo Fincrtool Sell cape Persian Lamb trimming and collar lined ititVCSiiner saQu worth Ssooo for giopo trimmingI I Martin Fur around collar and down front liS 00 reduced to IS oo t New ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 10 January 1901

o ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO B I The population of the world In 1800 1 was about 640000000 It Is I How elli rated at 1500000000 but while the number of human beings ou the art I is Increased 1355 per cent their cohe lion hat become w much closer thai I commerce has Increased 1133 1 l10r cent From the exchange of nfei r article of luxury carried on the back of animals or In slow salllni I vessels commerce hat expanded t n tit It now Interchange the prodnct I all lands and climes utilizing tbe swltflly moving train by land and the scarcel leu swift steamhlp by sea In 1800 the pack animal carried a load of a few hundred pounds l or 11 i wagouload at most a ton Now the railroad car accepts at ranch as twen < ty tams could haul and the engine hurries twenty or thirty of theo ve hicles to tho ocran a thousand mile away where the steamship swallows I the load of twenty or thirty such trains and Kfore the steamship has pnuM out of sight of land the con signee ou the other tide of the globe ha...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 10 January 1901

PHlLDAR Chicagos Great Captain of Industry Passed f D to the Other Side Yesterday Afternoon T All THE FAMILY WERE AT THE BEDSIDE Kentuckys Court of Appeals Was Reorganized Today and J Judge Paynter Was Made the Chief I Justice AFFAIRS IN VENEZUELA GROWS VERY CRITICAL More Candidates For Kentuckys Judicial JobsAnother Ex citing Dr on New York Stock Market Reapporlion Idllnr I < roent Bill to Be Voted on By House Tomorrow I The Cudahy Kidnappers Etc Chicago Jan 7P > lllp D Ar moor died at his rtIltIeooe on l ralrle venue In this city at 5s4S last even bIn log The end came after two years of Illness during which time Mr Ar mour visited German bathspasaed the It roM month in Souhtern California rSSfdnottil himself largely to an at 1tempt to restore his health which however hail been broken never to be I hrI regained lately Mr Armour had I i failed rapidly and for ural days I I I death had been feared as the outcome I l y the close associate of the great captain of Industry When de...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 17 January 1901

VOLUME VIINUMBER 2 lPADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY J7 1901 1 A YEAR ANi i I COMMENT s t nCommodore Alex Henilenon chief r engineer United State nary retired It I ilond In New York The commodore i WM born In Washington D c on July 12 1831 Ho entered the nary M a third assistant engineer In Feb ruary 1851 Ho was In Commodore I Perrji fleet which tlsltod the Orient In 18536 and opened op Japan to Intercourse with western clTtlliatlon In Ho icrred In the Mediterranean I816S7 and took part lu the tam oa i PamRnay expedition In 1868 He again erred In the Medltermican In 1850 and 1860 and In the Northern I fleet throughout the olrll war and also thls0 did active service In the late war with Spain A D Carey who made two for tnnri at gambling died In the Floyd beh n bant h ilaya 1Oen UacArthnr hat begun depo rkvon ing to the liland of Guam the leaden j I among the Insurgent who bare reo fusel to obey his proclamation I Senator W A Clark wu nominat ed by the Democrata for senator from Mo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 17 January 1901

This Week We will place on disphy our Beautiful line of wash material Just received in French Ginghams Linons Batiste Fine Madras Ntw Light Percales and New Mercerized Foul ards In bsauHful Persan deigns We invite your at ten ion to t ihe many beautiful things offered Shirt Waists and Dress Muslins 3Jinch fine Whit T non 10 and zoc per yard I J5 inch very fine White Shear Linon 250 and 35C per yard IEJ SJ tthte Persian Lawn very fine shear quality 250 and 350 per yard BsamUul White Lace strip Lawns 150 to 3jc per yard Fine White fancy stripe dimity 1y loa and 250 rer yard Extra I fine Fast Black Dimity 350 per yard Beautiful Black illk Dimity SOC per yard Very fine White hear Batiste 250 Soc and 750 per yard Fine quality Checked Nainsook loc I jc and 2oc per ardi Fa icy Colored Lice Stripe Batiste 251 per yard Ll1r i Fine White Dotted Swiss for waiss and dresses 200 and 480 yard Very fife White SUe ir Dotted Swss 7ic per yard Beautiful Whits Swss with Black dot 480 per yard Colored ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 17 January 1901

1 TFAcTSTOLD1N11iUTE1 z zmmmm 4 The rewnt experiments with wire i low telegraph In connection with the French fleet have been so satlsfactorj that It has been decided to provide th 0 entire Mediterranean squadron with li wlroleu apparatus which will be sub I Jected to dectilro teiti during th C coming crnlio of that squadron The r rcorut experiment showed that dli cp Vntche can be exchanged reliably al 1 I distance of from eighteen to twent I mllci bj the new system New light w will also be tried with the view of In troducing reform on tactical signaling New York In 1899 gave evidence of her Interest In education by ex lending i3OS > 690 for Khool pur pose Thli Tail turn gave an arcrage of 1103 per pupil yet that averag a was paued by Massachusetts with 1 J07 Nevada with tUG and Call Ip tornla with L09 All the western atatoa came near to hli mark whit a tho loath fell far below North Caro lina expending only 63 cents per pupil In 1890 the United States sold loco motives abroad to...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 17 January 1901

IT IS A MYSTERY A Curalar Visits COunty Clerk I Charles GrtliVms Dfnco I Y 1f fn I thaNight t t tr i 4 > I 1 GOES J11R01 EVERYTHING rTj 11 7 Sr T Ati ppt ito Creek into the Big Vault jtWi Uniucc ful0bjt I i VOnly Surmised UaloccerlralObjectIT IT i n THE IRACI < 3 INDICATE A WHITE MAI i u I Trove Tue Bally The most mysterious burglary that has occurred in PAducah sluoo tbe molt In the circuit clocks of oe we S rifled several years ago and all the In dictincnts stolen was committed lad 0Conty night Clerk Grahams office In the southeast corner of tho court house was visited and every paper in the office examined and left on tho Door When Deputy County Clerk Bmed s ley opened np about 7 oeolock he wa S o emceed at the tpetacle that greeted him Every drawer box and receptac 3 outside the vault had been thorough r ransacked and the papers were open e ed inspected and conslnged in the > middle of the floor where they lay In 1 I a most confusing mass Entrance to the office was gain...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 24 January 1901

N111111111111111111111111 EDITIONpus 11111111111111111111 is k iSHS thats pus In worth the pHSS1pSISbi First reading District Is In The All the SUN news The Paducab un iU UU1gN11111i 1 VOLUME VmNUMBER 4PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING JAY 24 J90J 1 A YEAR NEWS AND COMMENT t The new state board of cqnallia f tlon m named by GOT Beckham t li composed of William T Walker ol Clinton I Den a RIngo of Itattfonli Oeorgo L Wlllli of Shelby vlllei William A Eobanki of Louisville M J Macaghcr of Frankfort Z Tay lor Young of Morehead and John W I Barker of Sandy Hook tiNegotsiatimu are pending for the consolidation of the Louisville Ou company the Loulsvlllo Electric Light company the Kentucky Heat lug company and the Citizens Gen ral Electric company New York capital ti behind the deaL It U U I pectcd to bo closed within the nut fortnight Nekton A Brown of Dattlo Creek Mich attempted suicide at Paris y Ky by throwing himself In front of a moving train but WM only slightly Injured lie bad proTlonil...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 24 January 1901

l Unusual Bargains Bargainsin e e in Cloaks e The Price of Every Jacket and Cape in Our Stock Cut Out of Sight ANY JACKET IN THE HOUSE FOR6r0 ooi O Ladles 110 Jackets made of flue collar stitched band trimming and melton cloth lined 1 with boat skinner lined throughout cut to 1875 Mtln Well tailored and tho newest udle flue 10 capes made of bet style cut to 15silk plush handsomely trimmed in Mdle II4SO Jackets mado of fine braid and Jetifur trimming Mound col silk plush either plain or beautifully Ur end down front and go hcTy hcTytrlmraoilln throughout cut to IS Ladle gnu 1 10 Jacket made of exAll of our golf care made of fine tra fine qualulty gray cheviot with plaid back cloth In fancy colon cut velvet collarlined with heavy aktnner to half price 1 satin and finished with six fancy pearl Onethird off of all oar 1398 1SO buttons now only IS IS and 1850 cape made of good Ladle 750 fine black boncle steam plush and neatly trimmed cloth jacket with high storm with braid Jet and fur B...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 24 January 1901

WHAT IS AT STAKE I 4WHY TIE NEW ARMY BILL i SHOULD BECOME A LAW rids Rclatiu t to the Soldiery ol > Our Nation Just Now of Much Interest e A I w t Sap the Chino Inter Ooeau The I United State arm now contain ° 97 r r 000 officer and cnllitcd men It hat syl v n l regiment of artillery and fortjnlne regiment of Infantry1 iOf the Pint cavalry four troop or r tomrnnlei ° are In Montana Wyoming t and the Dakota and eight troop are Inthe Philippine The Second car 1alrr It I In Cuba The Third and e 1 fFonrth are In the Philippine The I j Ftfth cavalry li In the United State The Sixth cavalry li In China and the t Philippine the Seventh In Cuba the > Eighth In Cuba and the United State s You troops of the Ninth are in Utah i ghp and Arizona and eight troop are t In i tho Philippine Six troop of the i Tenth are In Cuba and four are In the i United State The Eleventh rot ° 6 tier cavalry U I In the Philippine The battery of Ibo First artillery night batteries of the Third one o i tbo 1 ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 24 January 1901

II IN TEN YEARS J WHAT HELIABLE STATISTIC SHOW AS TO CHURCH GrowthAll the Churches are Considered and Also the Salvation Army mss and Chriiftn Scientists The religions statistics for HHX bow that every Protestant denomina ton In the United State except the Dutch Ittfortnoi church the Cumber Uiul Presbyterian the German Baptist Iho Screnth Diy Baptist the Jnlver sallst and the Free Will Dsptlit bai iniJo conildrcable gains In member ship i In tno hit ten jean The SCT < enth pay AdrcntUts show an In ercasf In ten ycarso f 88 ralnliten 473 chnrches and 20325 member Th < Northern Baptist church ihow a gall I In ton years of 730 ministers 1461 chnrchci and 173370 member The colored Baptists show a gain In ten fears of 8883 mlnliten 3191 churches and 818611 members The Roman Catholic report a gale In ten year of 2470 mlnlsten 18H rhnrches and 2367939 members counting all of the Catholic popula tlon as church member The Chill lien Sclentlit number 001000 aod then baa been a gain In c...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 31 January 1901

aaaN1aSNsbaplaaaaacag The SUN U forging Aheadof all pa a pees In the First District All the news thats worth reading Is In The SUN SSNtIRSISSSSSSSSSan TO CURE The GRIPPE USE EW LT S i Tablets of Quinine 0Hydrobromate Laxative o These Tablet will cure Grippe In leee time than any other Remedy Alto cure Coughs Cold and nil Catarrhal nOectloni Neuralgia I Malarial Ilcadaclit etc GARENERi DRUG STORE Third tad Tcanetite Strict 1 The Paducab Sun reAt all drutilau 1lIa t knows I I remedy for coughs and colds DOM tot I uustatt or hylc Price U eeola cote LOWER ASSESSMENT I TilE BTATK BOARD REDUCES I TilE I CS ASSESSMENT IN MCR ACKEN The aiMmcnt of the Illinois Cen tral railroad on Its property In Mo Crackon county hat been received bI I County Clerk Graham from the state auditor and show quite > difference between this year and last year as teumonrThii This year the total assessment In tho county ii on < 559 100 the amount Inildet ho city 166180 The Union Depot company it assessed on 1...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 31 January 1901

C t 1 > 4 4 7j 1 1 = r i MateriaIsI I EARLY SPRING Shirt aistMaterials1 Beautiful line of aworted fast col S ored percales ginghams madras and cbambravs to select from tiuoh percale In beautiful stripe nu I check patterns fast colon 8H cents per yanl 30inch penules In light and dark bin Ui cents per yard 1lno fist colcrea ginghams In beautiful conled effects lOo and 11i cents per yard Beautiful fast colored zephyr gins htms In checks and stripes Ito and 3S cents per yard Very fine quality maMa in fancy corded and lace stripe effects fast col or 25o and 89 cents per yard 24Inch fino smooth French ging ham assorted colors fancy stripe effect 69 cents per yard An especially good thing and some thing new for shirt waist II 1 our mercerized chambray 28 cent per yardAlso Also chambray In light and dark blue gray and link at 10 cent rr yard See what wo are offering In long cloths and nainsooks for ladle and chlldreni wear Sttlnch English long cloth 13 yarad In a bolt for 1 1 per bolt 00...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 31 January 1901

I flIou f Work Is lion Work without aOLD DUST t a MI I i a Appearance l t In endeavoring to determine In I t what particular part of the world the human race developed for the readers r Same I r SameWaldlingtonSndlt 1WlI 1 Ito antiquity j and though I lie lpeah I a man of letters and not 1u an original Investigator of those scientific problem hi l attempt t to ti how that man dales back more than 4e 1000000000 year Is I not without I oonilderable force t C From the fact that no human bone hare been found which clearly pre I 1Fcalo the quaternary period It has been supposed that the raw could not well t I be more than 100000 years old But t Lyell baa remarked upon the singular Iogutarl l com pntlrely modern Thousands o t t Dutch and fjpanlsh nldlri perished I 0In the Lao of Uaulem only throe I centurie ago Yet when the Dutch I 1lIoerrmeut drained that bodof waN In 1853 not a solitary tkelcton I AUld bo dlicovervd there although I fragment of hlill were exhumed U In so abort a period ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 31 January 1901

NNMWNNNlNNNNJ Ii PAQDCA 1MMMMtiMMMMMMM From Mcnlaj nsly o Tho Forked Deer Pants works which wss organised last April hiII t I will celebrate Its first anniversary by n moving into a commodious new build I CI ing to be erected at once Ala The contract was let this mornings FI to Karuea Dvrd and the cost will bo in the neighborhood of 110000 had The site Is at Ninth ana Harrison w streets 173x183 feet and the building i dl Is to be a throj story structure mill tt 1 constructed as near Ore proof as a k building cm bu made and will have a 1 frontage of 40 feet on Ninth street at and US feet on Harrison nc The Forked Deer Paris company of which Mr D H Scott Is president 10 has had phenomenal success duce it 0 began operation less than a year ago of II Is now on North Third near Jeffer tI eon and employs eighty operatives tI and does a large and rapidly increas II log bcslness As soon as It gets into 01 now quarters It will materially In b crease the torso in order to meet tho requirement...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 February 1901

i r asu e r saalrrrlerrrrrreyr The SUN II I forging ahead of all pa I pm In the First District All the news S thats w > rth reading b In The SUN > r 5SSSSSrenrarunISS f Fa I The Paducah Sun 1 MOTHERS FRIEND TOTS S 75c and 00 Qualities 1 BOYS SHIRTS JUST LIKE PAPAS 1100A I I A Ladies Fine Hand Turned Lace Shoe Nar row I toe Patent Up Situ 2 12 to 412 LOT H Ladies Narrow Toe But ton Hand Turned Patent lor Kid Tip Stu2 J2 to 5 J2 y I THE Kill 011Aa SO W0VON1 Cairo ltf8 fall Chattanooga 71 I rise Cincinnati 1S8 fall ETansTlll l45 fall Florence 8 6 faiL JobnsonTllle 120 fall LonlsTlllo 73 fall Mt Carmel 36 fall KashTllle 112 fall Paducah 171 I foil Pittsbnrg 31 fall St Louis 25 fall Observation taken at ie m Hirer 171 feet on the gauge a fall of 08 In last 24 hours Wind north a light breeze Weather clear and colder Temperature 86 Poll Ob aetreaThe The FowlerCrumbangh ia Co boat store office had a beautiful homespun carpet stretched on the office floor yes toruay It Is i a very hand...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 February 1901

it s 1r1 I I New Embroideries EmbroideriesUnusual Unusual in Style I Remarkable in Value II ii tho desire of every woman to Prices to suit the purse possess pretty underwear If you Beautiful new Hamburg Nalnso k prefer making your underwear homo and Swiss yoking In lovely design n can gratify your want better V we than any one Isoat especially low price Twelve hundred rAN of IJamburgWe sell only the boot domestics Nainsook and Swiss embroideries In Kalniooti Long cloth Mntllni and dainty patterns now on display Cambria at the very lowest price Fine Dress and Waist Ginghams Solid colored chambarr In pink colored aunt corded stripe SOo per blue and red 10 cents per ardraro Fine dross Madras In check andFine French Ginghams In M col I stripe corded effects 10 cents per raroon perare dOo per yard Beautiful Zephyr Ginghams la Beautiful mercerized Foulards I in fancy corded effects and newest plaids all the newest colors S5o per yard 144c J 60 and 260 per raN Also flue colored dress musli...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 February 1901

L XEi W J 1 T i r r f w I t I 1 Hoses d Work Is Hard Work without GOLD DUST MANILA MERCHANT i AhttESTED FOR AIDlSQ IKBU1 OENT8HIS IAlfrNER y AN AUERIOVK Manna Feb 7 TlwJorlo Cr larjzA a prominent and wealthy Spai lib merchant and hcmy nnd coomnn It buyer has been orrcucl charged will furnishing ion > llc to aid tho Ininr gents entCarranta Carranta li I Rita ft partner of D M Carmen the American contractor aDd owner of boats who ha1 l coniUcrabli transportation contract vllh the got eminent The proroit martial nod Mrvlo a officer hare been watching a number I of merchants ami trauiporUtion met for Rome time put Tho polio offlclal have had a lorn I Inturvlew with Ca vrnnia and the ar I rest Mveralrierchanti expected I fc molt 0r EDITORIAL NOTE I Ie thl Democracy t Tho George town Time sap that In the reran primary election In lnnVIln OweD and Grant held by the Democrat foi t nominating connty oflcrf whbkej flowed like water and 1 men wen I bought Illro cattle aryl that III Is I reo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 February 1901

= Ti X11 WRITTEN AT ATRANDOM 0 1 RANDOM Wr Wynn TailS of Booth Slith t street hal something onoioit u mil AI Interesting lo the form of a rod game rooster and a black cat that liar formed a deep attachment for one an other and are almost constantly In I irpanblo companion The pogna clone fowl itrnti proudly about clock log and icratchlnj and boasting ofen his prowess and the cat tralla along behind and aremi to admire hla teat b ered ally most eitmagantly The ly often lie down tide by tide to rut or take s snooze and nothing eeemt to disturb their serene and peaceful friendship In tho matter of diet their tastes teem t9 differ hence food oerer becomes a matter of contention between them i 1 1Thoro la I a move on foot to eitend = the gerenl fishing laws of Tenneweo earode over Itcelfoc t lake at soon as It II 1 de cleat to bo tho public domain tiyi on cxchangr When this Is done It will be hard to tee Jail what the Din ing Interest on the lake hare gained by the body of water being de...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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