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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 January 1902

Jackson (1.00 PER YEAItJ CIRCULATION 1000. It. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE I'EOPLK AND THE UEPllHLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 15, U02. IsO. 10. THE How It U Done. "Well, as soon as I eitw that Morton was down there, I knew that something was going to hap pen to that mooting. It would either have to quit hcfore it got through, or if it kept on until it M get through thero would ho nothing done when the thing was all over. And it turned out that way. Of course, they had help. Bill Stone nee in to have been one of tlio biggest cards in the duck in the way of bringing the thing to the doxology before it had got past the preliminaries. Uut Morton was around, and I know just how ho worked. It was all on the line of persuasion. Morton never argues anything with anybody. He just smiles and talks it over, and if there ever was a fellow who ought to be mado to take out a licence for practicing hypnotism to make u fine li...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 January 1902

Jackson Herald. REPt'BLlCASr IN POLITICS. D, F. tUSK 1'L'III.IHIIKtt Chtr at lli poMoftlra nt Jnrkwin. ftto.( y (cond-cliw DiaUrr Norumber 4. low;. Terms for the Herald are an fil Iowa: IVrone year i.00 til months .'. .. .50 TUjreja months ;iu OfflM! Hslili'iicc. . 1 LCKSON, MO.. J AX U A It Y 10, 1002 TbU paper is on fllo ut tho office of The Ohlcasro Inter-Ocean, RXMoh-UO Jtfist Monroe street, (. lucao, where our readers will be courteously prod ed, who may care ti cll upon Tho Inter Occ:i for a tour of inspection ai? jslKht-sotliiK through it magnifi cent building, in which oan he found vory uiechauleal and nrlir.tlQc Im provement of the ago in connection with ttie needs of ;i great newapapor. It is a runs treat tunny one interested laitbe subject and should be taken qtlvantag of. The campaign of H02 it on. Vie should prepare for tho con flict. That party that is against honest, free and fair elections should be put out of power, TllK Daily Republican ia after those peopa who tir...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 January 1902

S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 3 Wheat, 80cto for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. J. C. Clippnrd went to Laflin Tuesday. Meier Bros, for White Elephant buggies. John A. Snider returned from St. Louis Tues.luy. Mr. Looney, of Oak Ridgo. left for Colorado Monday. Born, to Louis F. Wagner and wife, on January 22, a tine girl. If you want a buggy buy a White Elephant from Meier Bros. Liudor Miller shipped a car load of sheep to St. Louis Mon day. C. B. Kuir and wife, of Kcnnett, were visiting in thin county last week. K, U. Kneibert sold out his interest in t ho lumber business to C. W, Henderson. G. B. Meier is in St. Louis this week to lay in a stock of hardware and a line Hue of bug ffies, Miss Anna Boyd, who repre sents the Estey organ, has ro turned to Jackson from her homo iu St. Louis. Tho A. O. U. W. lodge at this placo has purchased a new enrpet for their hall and it will he put down next week. O. S. Heid, whohasbeon teach ing at Crump, is in St. Louis f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 January 1902

Fumigating Capitol Building. Ever since the Card well suit democrats all over the state have ' ft dark "Brown'1 taste in their inouths, Effort haye been made to ascertain who Brown is, wheth hr ho b a representatives of cor porations or not, but so far these efforts have proven futile. That Brown was the representative of corporations who brought protec tion from demorcratic tricksters goes without saying. No wonder Champ Clark wants a direct vote ot tbo people, on a successor to the "Little Giant." No wonder Clark, after following the Card well caso closely finds a legisla ture open to allurements which not only fanten coriiorttte ioflu j ences on the people but might defeat Clark. The democrats of the state can not trust its own creatures, and formaldehyde should begonerously used. Sena tor Clark's petition and those of his friend for a direct vote on tt senator has tr.any meritorious points, but it will fail of its pur poso for many reason which need not be named. Dons Tweed in h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 January 1902

The Jack CIRCULATION 1000. tl.0(i FEB -.rat' t f--7 g. F. Lt'SK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER -YEAR' IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI,-THURSDAY, 'JANUARY 23, 1902. NO. 41. r"'M ''. f . i i w in. i i wiifa , ... - i mi j ii . , 'r- ' ' ; , I I r ' 1 - - . r , - - Missouri Politics. Mexico, Mo., January 13. The lessons of the Cardwoll case and the convention of the county committeemen held in St. Louis the 30th of December last me beginning to seep into tbo minds of the democratic Voters of this section of the stato. In connection with these revela tions they are calling to mind the declaration of their platform in 1900, denouncing corporations and trusts '"as a threat azaiust 'liberty" bucauso "thoy undertake to control our election with money." Tbcy begin to wonder if 'their leaders are tioncst or a lot of bunco-steerers, who write platforms to simply hoodwink the country voters. Thoy say that the admissions of Cook and others o...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 January 1902

Jackson Herald. UBPtltMCAW IS l'OUTKS. b. F. LLSK... . I'rnusiiGK KntrM! lit ttie pimlnHli'e nt Jurkann, Mo., M MCud-clNi itmtu-r NutciiiIh- r 1. 197. Terms for the 1 1 BitAMt are ns fol lows: For one vent... l.0 Six months SO Three nionlhs 30 Offlr 14 Kellnra I U JACKSON, MO.. JAMMIIY L'.t. 1iH)J TIiIh paper Is II lit the nrlleo of Tho Chicane Inter-Ocean, lofl-los-lh) Kant Monroe street, (hloiino, where or reader will be courteously jrreet cd who may eare to tall upon Tho Inter Ocean for ii lour of inspection and sivrht-scelin.' through iu magnifi cent buildimr, in which enn ho round every mechanical and Hcicntiflc im provement of the nun In connection with tho needs of a yrent newspaper. It Is a rare treat toany one h,t n stnl in the subject and Hhould hu taken advantage of. Uk.v. X. 1?. 1I1.XKY, of Mjrvin Collegiate institute, unit Hcv. .1. J. Alartru, of (.'arle'.on collage, will debate on tho irust (juo.sti-)n In the near future. Ik the rcublicim of this county want to win in ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 January 1902

T5Z f f. 7 4 i 1 v CtfrftSf ttttV i .Wheat, 8(cU for ttixty-pound !" yheat, lc extra for each addition ml pound over Mxty. t. f Meier liros. lor uue cicpnnm '. m . - n-i i.-.i. i . Susies. V. Mr. II. M. McUombs is sfck diis week. 1 . J If vou want a imirsv buy a Nfr Thite Elephant from Meier liius. fEilw. D. Haya spent several lavs in ni. Liouis mis week on I-1 business. bubHtantial improvements nru pi still goinj on on East Main street. I I It will be a fine street when com Clippnrd & Samuels. 0f Oak f-jlliilire. bhipiied a car-load of f sheep and hogs to St. Lmds yes l i? terday. : : Mary Lapc, daughter of Daniel I 4 Lapp, is dungerously sick with $ V nan iyi Altici Mr T .ii t id u 1 ij very s'w.k. II. A. Caldwell has choice rtVathii'kens and shado trees for hnIo. bee his ad. elsewhere in thin ine. Kieningur & Gorier bought the funiiluro 6tore at Pocahonta from Ed. Howard. Sec their ud elsewhere in this issue. 20 per cent, off for cash on all corsets, muslin underwear and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 23 January 1902

County Correspondence. ' FRUITLAND. January 17. Charles Cald woll'a new bouse I about com pleted. E. II. Uruih) will build a new house soon, which he intend to rent. Manning Short and wife, of Hickory Kidge, are visiting bis sick mother, Aunt Sally Bhort. Kov. A. D. Ball, our presiding aider, held quarterly conference here Sunday and Monday, and communion was taken Monday. Be also delivered a lecture Mon day night, which was well ren dered and interesting. E. S. Templeton came very scar selling part of his farm to Newton Keln, but it sec its the trade has fallen through. He re ceived f 3 00 on tbo trado. 11. L. Caldwell has done some pruning for John McNcely. Kev. SiiffoM held meetings at Shilo church last week, Lawrence Shaner, our school teacher, is having a very successj ful school this year, Pat. Williams, after finishing sawing for It. M. Sawyer, ban moved hia saw-mill just telow Fruitland, whore he will saw awhile. Scribbler. CHUMP. January 11. V. II. Allmou had to resign his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 January 1902

Jackson MIekalp, CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR. 1$. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE I'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1902. NO. 12. The The Sunny South. We publish elsewhere tbe an nouncement of (lie Sunny South, the jrreat weekly literary period ical of the southern 6tates. Pub lished in Atlanta, Ga., in the heart of the great south, It bears upoD it tbe impress of its birth place and environments. For more thun twenty-five years the Sunny South has been a recognized factor in the field of southern literatute. It was established ir.ore than a quarter of a century ago as a souihurn story paper and was published for a long time us a weekly and then as a monthly. About ono year ago the paper passed under now management, and in less than a year it has jumped from a circulation of 12,000 to nearly G0.C00. The first thing the new management did was to make it a weekly puolica tion and to roduce th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 January 1902

Jackson Herald. ' REPUBLICAN 1 rOMTICS. B. F. LlSK... .l'UBI.ISJIlClt Bntcrec at (he piftt- at Jarkanii. Mo., M Mcaod-clHM niutti-r Noaemtier 4. IWff. Terms (or the Herald ate as fol lows: For one year 1.00 8!i months 60 1 hrea months 30 JACKSON. MO.. JANUAHY 30. HK2 This paper ! n file lit the nfllee of The t'lifcntf i Inter-Ocean, 106-lOK-llO itakt Monroe street, CIiIciiko, where r our renders will lie courteously frreet rU who imiy care to call upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of Inspection and siKht-M'eitiK tlir-iiiKh Its inaKiiitl cent ImildiiiK. in which can he found every mechanical and scientific i in proVLiiieiit of the nio in connection with the needs of a trrcat newspaper. It Is ft rare treat toany mo interested In the Nuhjrct and should be taken advantage of. The county dtraocratic com mittee met in Jiicl.son last week and sot March 8 for the township mot tings and March 15 for the delegated conventions. The Frudericktown Trust com pany has absorbed tho Madison County bun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 January 1902

S LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Z Wheat, 7Scti for sixty-pound wheat, lc extra for cacti addition al pound over 6ixty. County court meets in regular session next Monday. Meier Dros. for White Elephant buggies. Edw. D. Hays returned from St. Louis last Friday. F. M. Gilder, of Allenville, (was In Jackson last Thursday. If you want a buggy buy a White Elephant from eier Hros. Born, last week, to Charles Chalmers and wife, h fine big boy Opal O'Brien, youngest daugh ter of J. II- O linen, has pneu inonia. II. II. Mueller bought a hog last week that weighed 720 pounds. W. 0. cLard. of Blodgett, had business in Jackson several days last week. Danial Lape and bit daughter Mary, are recovering from a se vore attack of pneumonia. Bert Glaze returned from Blodgett last Saturday, whore be had beeu visiting his sister, Mrs Wm. Reddick. ISow is your time to get an oycrcoat cheap. Ono-fourtu off at Bruening & Kerstnor Dry Uoods company. Mrs. Zalma Block, nged 80 years, died at the residunco of Dr. M. E....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 30 January 1902

Tiie war umong the rows Is gping merrily on in tbo demo cralio bilalions of this conrcs sjooal district. J. J. Russell, of Charleston, in tbo combine cundi date by which tbe party hopes to unload Viinriiycr. KiiHsell has k I i . . .1 . ... it . t f i jjn-my ui iiju aiuu mat, ih useu Si) freely in democratic primaries. As ho swings nrouml the circle there is a pieccplible chango in the tone of.vuriou dumcrntic ..papers that have heretofore ad vocated Vitndivcr's life-term plat form. In counties like Stoddard aDd Mississippi, wheiy the battle iH to he close and hot, the candi dates must have an organ. At moomfield the Vindicator is a Kussell paper, so a new organ has been started for Vandiver. At, Ciiurlotoa the reverse oh tains. The Knterpriso is for Vandiver, regardless of the fact that Kussell lives in that town. Therefore Hie Charleston Courier Vias been born, urd is waving the fiussell Mug with an enthusiasm which will probably land the County for tho home. We wish all these demo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 February 1902

TFIHIE CIRCULATION 1000. $1.00 PER YEAR. m B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AM) THE ItEPlIILICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY (5. 1902. NO. 13. '''- .A . -4 t Just Three Things. "I once mot a thoughtful scholar," says Bishop Wipple, who told me that for yearn he hud read every book ho could which assailed the religion of Jesus Christ, and he said ho would havo become an infidel but for three things: 'First I am a man. 1 am going somewhere. Tonight I am a day nearer grave than I was last night. I hayo all such books can tell rac. They ahed not one solitary ray upon the darkness. They shall not take away the nnlv .guide aDd leavo mo stone blind. " 'Secondly 1 bad a mother. 1 saw her go down into the dark valley where I am going, and she leaned on an unseen arm as calmly as a child goes to sleep on the breast of its mother. I know that was no dream. " 'Thirdly I havo throe moth erless daughters.' and ho said it wi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 February 1902

1 I Jackson Hehald. i , . 8..'F. tiDSK.'. . , , , , Vtmusinft tufnt the pnatoffln. Jekwn, Ho., Term far tbe Hrau art u fol low for one rear 1.00 41a months SO iXiirea moQttii .' .30 JACKSON. MO.. FEIittUARYB. 1W02 Tbls paper Is cm file at the i flics of The Chicago Inter-Oeea. 106-lottUlO Bast Monroe street, Chicago, where our reaaers win Deoourieousiy greet ed who may care to call upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of Inspection and litht-seelntf through Its niagnlfl cent boildltiK, in which can he round very mechanical and scientific Im provement of the ae in connection with the needs of- a ureal newspaper. It is a rare treat to soy one interested In the subject and should be taken advantage of. A BILL, has been introduced in congress by Congressman Van diver providing for an appropria tion of f 15.000 to remove the sandbars m tho river at Cape Girardeau. Any citizen over 2t years old is eligible to office, so those who desire to hold office in this county should let the peoplo hnow ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 February 1902

i 5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. X Wheat, 78cU for sljttypound wbeat, lc extra for eacl addition- 41 ouQd over sixty, , George Tallout's children have the pneumonia. F. M. Ervin, of Crump, was in Jackson this week. . .1 Jonn Aiucri, niue sod oi a, u. Ecbnjuke, is quite sick. Tbe new Jonn veere corn Vianters at Meier Bros. , P A V Tl. .:.... U7UL was in Jackson Monday. If you want a buggy buy a White JUophant irom cior Bros. Arch 11. Cash ion has been ap pointed postmaster al Perry villa. Mrs. Nellie LSeasloy has been quite sick, but is now improving. Mrs. Kate Schtnuke has been sick with la grippe but is better at present. Albert Fulenwider bought a f number of mules at Lutesville r last wcok. .1 . ncij ui II UibcnabVl, tfhad business with the rnunt.v Tlio plont. that fall tacit nnal damaged a great many telephone lines over tho country. Some time ago the store of II A. Helmkumpf was broken into and somo money und a few arti cles of hardware stolen. 11. K English, president of the Jacksou Exch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 6 February 1902

Sixty-Three Yeirs Ago. Mr. II. A. Astholz banded ug a copy of the Southern Advocate, a paper which wan publinhed at Jackson by Brown & Lindsny, and which bears the data of January SO, 1829. In it appeared the following items: Conrroos. We have no la(o In telligence from that body. Though if. hs been in session nearly two months, no have heard from it but three or four times. Our last eastern mail brought us Washington papers as late as the 11th of December hint which had been only about noven weeks on ih way. By the mail fcetore, however, we received conirre. sional proceedings up to the 27th of December, at which lime no business of much importance had been transacted. The graduation hill, which wo consider of tho first importance, has been again postponed on motion of Mr. Clay to afford him time to prepare, and to get up a full houso to hoar his promised display. Mr. Clay's vanity frequently prompts him to delay the business of the cation in order to have an opportunity of pro...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 February 1902

TIME CIRCULATION 1009. 11.00 PER YEAR.1 B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF TIIB J'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. V. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1002. IsO. 14. Penny Postage. Congressman Loud.cbairman of tlio house postoffieo committee, opposes penny postage for the present at least. It is argued that any surplus arising should b used to improve the sevico and extend the facilities of communication. Such a surplus is expected from correction of well known bosses and may well be devoted to increasing the effi ciency of thedepartrnqnt. This is a prutical question which should be decided with ref erence to circumstances and in lbo light otexperience. It has boon shown that reduc tions in railway rates and postage invariably result in increased earnings through the stimulation of business. This was notably the case when 2 cents postage was introduced, and there is reason to believe that n 1 cent rats for let ters would soon be justi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 February 1902

Jackson Hkkald. KRITKLICAM 1f POLITIC. B. K. LUSK. . . t't'llMHHKIl tnur at Ilia fwt4)in.' Ht Jiu-kmi. Ho., M MAmici-i'lM. uintuir NitwmOet 4. MOT. OIBoe to.Munc UK 1 JACKSON, MO., KEH. 13. 1H02. This aprr Is nil 0I at the ofllco of The Chicago Inter-Ocean, 106-IDH-110 Kast Monroe street, Chiciiifo, where cur readers will be courteously Rivet ed who may cure to call upon The Inter Ocrau for a tour of Innpectlon and elulit-neelnir through Its riiairnifl- cent uuiioing, in wnicii cnn ie round cry mechanical and scientific Im provement of- the rko in connection with the needs of a Krcat ncwspaiicr. It in a Hire treat to anyone interested In the mbjfct and should be taken adrantage of. Theke is not at tbio time one avowed candidate lor any office in this county. The 4,new deal" in this county mu6t bo conservative or it will fall short of its purposes. Theke must be no divisions in the republican patty if they ever carry Missouri and there must be Bo factional fights if the repub licans ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 February 1902

ff ttttstfrttttM-fcttf r. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 5 Wheat, 78cti for sixty pound wheat, lc extra for each addition al pound over sixty. The new John Deere corn planters at Meier Bros. Mrs. Hutchinson, who has been irfc is Imitrnvinor alnwlc Mrs. Dr. Miller, of Frederick town, is visitinv her mother. If you want a buggy buy a White tiicpnant Irom Meier bros, Remember tha farmers' moot ing at the court bouso here Friday. Miss Myrtle Ilightower, of Illinois is visiting her sister, Mrs. Al. M. Rice. Harry Hope and wife, of Cbaonia, are vieiting relatives in Jackson this week. Miss Bertie Crow, of DeSoto, is assisting in a revival meeting at Pruithmd this week. Ilinklo Wilhams Mercantile Co has just received h car load of Northern Black seed oats. J. II. O'Brien, of Byrd's post office, is nt his homo in Jackson quite sick with heart trouble. Clippard & Samuels, of Ouk RiJgo, shipped a car-load of hogs and cattle to St. Louis Monday Go to Ilinklo Williams Mercin tile Co. for Northern Black ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 13 February 1902

The Wrong Number. The telephone girl and the bill clerk, to whom she had promised ber beHii di.J hand, were sitting in front of the lire pi nee talking about the hnppy days to come wheat they would lie one. From one little detail to another tin talk finally drifted to I ho aubjecl of lighting Ores in the morning. Od this point the yoiiDj; man wm decided, lie stated it am his em phstic opinion that it was a wife' place to yet up and start the tires and let her poor, hard working husband rest. After thin declar ation thero was silence for the Bpuco of about three quarters of a second. Then the telephone girl thrust out her fir.trer en circled hy her engagement ring end murmured sweetly hut (irmly: "KiDg off, please. You hare got connection with the wrong num ber."-Ex. The reader may make up his mind to bo pleasantly over- whelming by tho opulance and vivacity of "Around tho Pan", published by tho Nutsholl Pub lishing company, 103'J Third Ave nue, New York. The wonder begin with tho fr...

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