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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

' r- 'I W ' ' o H . ' ' 'i .. w ' i K ' . T t TheTAbilee Reporter. r .lti ki. .f . u v (V "M T 1 I' " VOL. X. H B 1 id. 'Jtlr;-"iW Have too much-stock mB m Hm m .' ' -B- . . VJ TV Don't fail to Up Uitl JOHN S. W. HODGES A Prominent farmer of Jones County Gives His Experience in the Abilene Country. Mr. S. W. Hodges of Jones county in a pleasant chat with a reporter.gave some points of interest regarding his success in farming and stock raising in the Abilene country. He said: After a residence of ten years in 'this section I like it better than any country in which I have ever lived. I i f came here lrom Henderson Madison county Tenn.. and nave enjoyed the best of health in this climate which in that respect is unexcelled. My family have enjoyed excellent health also. With eight in family my annual doctor & bill has only been pnly $$. I live within three miles of a good school Sj iiuu biiuii.ii uuu iiuu mis cuuuiry muy f up to if not ahead of my old home in church and school pri...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

c a JFIEB JAHMIKG. Aftw JUridom Xet on the 'Sab Clover cowpcaVand other legumes hiv the peculiar power of gathering .r.ptwil food and especially nitrogen from natural sources. Although ihcy eo&Uin much more nitrogen than wheat oats and similar grains they thrive and bring large yijlds where wheat Vill not. While their faculty fat gathering nitrogen from the stores ( m the soiL and especially from the air ills not yet explained the important fact is that they do gather it and leave n grcat'deal of it in the roots and stub- ble. Nitrogen is the costliest ingrc thent of fertilisers. These facts help to explain the economy of clover for v manure and why clover Is so valuable J as a preparatory crop tor wheat and. other grams. Ex. Wherever there is a stock farm with- out a silo there is a farm that lacks a very essential part of a complete outfit. However gifted by nature as to sotJ topography location" and exposure however well set in pastures and mead ows; however well cropped; how...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

'h I... - ""Vf' f" i 'iiiiiih' tf' (l .7?'. i w ."' . ? f vr t AQRICULTUJtt AKB THE F AIR. Some of the Interesting Plant Bfl- ing DevolopeA for 1893. The hfstory of no previous exposi- tion attests at s6 carl a dale such general interest among all classes of people as to general character extent the-benefit that is believed will follow and the possibilities of good awaiting 'agriculturists from the exhibit in the agricultural department of the exposi- tion ns at the present time. v A great advancement has been made since the Philadelphia centehnial expo sition m all brandies of farm work. Since that time the department of agri- culture has been given a position in (he cabinet has obtained a firm foothold ' in the estimation of the people ntid has n6t only become one of the most " prominent of the governmental depart- ments but has been productive of most beneficial results to the commerce of our country and everyone engaged in farm worki Another advance in agricultural work is the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

MJM le Afeilene Reporter. fUBUSHCD AT - - TEXAS. mibAV)UNEia 1891. -!.-. ' W JIOENYy JJt.( Editor. . 7 Zm r.r- f fc UtroMiR Iluilding on Second Street. rsr-tea-garr? Jur i"iln(tf). ; t lb Ablltiici. Texs ltofflc m ectid Clw Mill Matter. ' . tatMripUoB Xtt. .... . ..$t.SO t HMMMMf nt 1 1 1 . 75 MOmnf 1 .... t .4.. . 40 AdrtrthUg JtatM. ; t-er NonpareUun (1 J to inch) Cfictt 1 OHtTinmcMtirenlcnt) OSctt lOctt fcmtMtlcc . - W yfWl M "Vi mctjhj MIltVlUCUW I H to ! tbova nue. Am If riV mr lT 'Bf1mk4ntaHia ptoltfonl (prominent) Ut pge Si per u finttsont 4th or 5th r. 10 per cent fre 13 per ccnl extra. "'!' ')'' ' I ' ' 11 ii n 1 S50.000. W haye in our house and in transit quarter or a million envelopes 1 ire are in a position to sell to trade at low figures in. lots or not t than 5000 Printers in west s -will do well to send us their trs. Atulknb Printing- Co. Cnr leaders iu Distant Counties ancLfiaUl. Hundreds of copies of the Reporter : now being sent to parties in distant sties an other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

II 0 III! i ft'. P r ( ! -J V K CARTER & LAND AGENTS. Always Have BARGAINS in all kinds of REAL ESTATE. 1.000000 acres of LAND $ Lob up 1 1 36 acres Choice Suburban property. 546 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400:00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands jn Taylor Jones ShAGkrl- ford Fisiikn Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands .Low Prices Long Time and Low Interest; PERFECT TITLES TO .EVERYTHING WE SELL AND ENERYTMNG ISTRICTLY AS REPRESENTED MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY i ( r SAPS JL1T1D SEOURE. CALL AND SEE US Over i. Street: or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS V'$ which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all SPECIAL FOR SALE. I liaT for tale 8 . miles north of Abilene 040 acres of lu giiod land as Van 1ms found In Wert Texas. This latid U fenced with cood cedar pow"s mid four lried wires. 'jtf mi In mi.IiImiI... Ara'Af ..hliK la ilnit.1 Ul Jn com. bslnnce in cotton-. Oooa hou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

n-y i u ip c . - fH POULTRY DEPARTMENT VI Jg.itSli-W -T Hw Cw una Her Calfi jfttw 4MHMit I conducted by 0 P. Daush to nmwiMi forteiK)rncBe ou mo utjm moui.i W lie.t6d. DwTt kt fow HftiHpr bring any Sour rdMMcd fcr:ffl on your premise. of chicki die' annually i fcdtae ibem sour grain. Wntch i otowly If yeu w&nt your chick to grow iy t thK season of the year itivc plenty of .meat scraps nnd wheat 1hfe mialuy of eggs i effected by 'tbe quality of food furnished. Some rtkJcfiot food impart a uisagreeaule r4aor to eggs. Onions and fish fed tfreety are specia'.ly liable to do tins. It is fair to suppose that unwhole- toine Md will produce unwholesome In the caie of eggs while waiting . for featclunK. a place ts preferred that ts father cold nOrliot. wet nor dry. If the eggs are to be kiept but a little feile turning theruj every day will 4HHcrt a box pr basket being suffi- cient. Iniriu? new blood into your stock" y year or -so by eiihfcr buying a cockerel or setting of eggs from some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

R l v 1. - h' ' 5 XAM TIMI. XW ti'oMre tk DiMmxefaironize Heme IndHgtry. To Tha New. Dallas June 4 Wulj all our boasted resources there is no denying the fact that the south is suffering with a chronic cat e of hard timey There are remedies of a political nature that would help though not cure the pa tient but since these are so slow of attainment the next best remedy should be applied. The great need of the south is factories but a still greater need is a spirit a determina- tion on the part of our people to get these factories and patronize them when they are gotten. We have not fully awalcencd to the enormity of our folly or we would arise and tear from tis the shackles of material slavery that we have allowed the north and east to forge around us. We would cease to sow fof them to reap. Take the history of any of our pro- ducts hides for instance. The farmer sells to a local buyer who makes his profit; he in turn to a general buyer who also looses no money tn the deal. This one ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 June 1891

as vu a fcL T'llTI'i'T '-' JnUfclj .T- - - .-a-ii CURRIE STITH & HENDERSON Have a large list of Land and City Property for sale consisting of i.. he'. Best Lands in Taylor County y MOST DESIRABLE ABILENE CITY PROPERTY and at tlie lowest prices and on the best terms 1 1 V ' h. Titles Warranted as presented or no Cost for JLf ZxlAllllJLItA 11 V 111 "We make a specialty of sub-dividing large tracts and mapping. BATIS' DEATH 8EXTENCE. $fe Blajer of Evans "Will Swing on August 10. I SStftdal to the New. Foht Woivru Tex. Tunc o. At . . 1 .. T 11 V.-..' l jr o cjock ins aiierooon j. v ivavis the murderer of 11. C Evans wa sen- Wnccd to suffer djalh on the gallows by J ids. .lufoi of the seventeenth district court Tije mandate of the iHcstirl of appeals' of Texas to -which was attacueu a copy oi me manoate f the supreme court of the United States to the cor.rt of appeals was re- ievcd here this morning but it was not JuiQwnwnen Davis would be thought frotu jjut and sentenced again until...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

MMMMMMHMMMHUHMMlMMillWMlMMMMWMMnMH . lIIMmilll Will !! id yJ- Reporter. i VOL. X. ABILENE TEXAS PBEDAY MOENINQ JUNE 10 18011. NO 28 Abilene l.ll llll illilfc.inmMB. WWIIIM! I 111 ll lli II il QilfclKW llll.M II fl !. I t Mil rf III UPT. 4l !! m.MH.l rlrL M Ilk:? to ? s i w 7. I...-. i $T u I K A tf wtaeP i " " COL J. STODDARD JOHNSTON Of Kentucky Writes to a Member of tne Progressive Committee - About the Improvements of Streets in Abilene as .follows: LooirviLiik Ky. June 11-1891. Dear Sir I drop you a line in the way of suggestion. . When X was last in Abilene It was. apparent that the question of street ; making and the best material for same would soon be a very important one with you. X 'made it a point to ex- amine the various rocks in your va- cinity with a view to determine what was the best. After visiting Colorado City and seeing the compact McAdam road made for a short distance in the eastern part of the town Main street parallel to the railroad and east' of VVolf creek I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

..; ! -A -ilt. ATatto to ralt (howtru XvXrv Mr K! fniir mhrlti-f arvnear be .werspilid that grower be (i owcorge m iheir work ana lwle that live business is no-longer rofitbk The cause and remedy of 'A depression in prices cannot always? :b .aicwtainedt but there arc many -sWwres of the trade which tho srowcrs feW little or nothing about. There imp hnnually thousands of quarts of her- jfM tons of unnpc and. poor grapes ihw or barrels of apples and thrown awav or destroyed in kraedlles because they are unfit consumption and hence cannot find rchaser. Hie mat grower should jnoh?lly take a glimpse of the other .fad of his business transaction and Jttarn a Jessfon from the markets be fere the season for fruits fairly opens. The great mistake made by growers it rhat of shipping unripe grapes to the city early in the season when other mutt are plentiful. Very few will buy grapes then unless they are in periect oonomofi ana me ions 01 unnpc ones m measure depresses the prices of brothers. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

m mj t u i'j ft. v H? J t . Ci 4fr W k it v-l s 1 u JWi IXMMMWT 8TATI0K AT 1KB WOML'S JFAIR. Practical Illustrations Being Pre- pared for the Columbian Expo- sition. The txhitiit pf the agri cultural ex- periment station of the United States promises to be not one of the least in teresting features of theChiongo Exposi- tion. One portion of the proposed ex- hibit which will be likely to attract general attention is an experiment sta- tion in operation with its office laba- tones etc. illustrating how the indoor work of the station is actually- carried on. In another portion of tlie exhibit each station will present by means of maps diagramns pictures sets of pub- lications etc. n full statement of its lo- cation equipment lines of work etc. so that the visitor cart if he desires follow out in detail the hfctory and trip work of any particular station. " " The main feature however will be a topical exhibit of the work of the station as a whole. In this ic is not proposed to make a fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

0 Hi ii a in i FT . .4 to 4 i t M W It: B? The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At Tins. YfclDAY. JUNE ijfi89i. .-. A ft f!" tM x "yTnm p ..' yOJTiV JIOBNY JR FJUor. i.. I - - . :'i.)i up . I M. 1 1 jig ...IM....WH .-' .. . II - i i - " ;6flfe Wt Rrjortkr Building on Second Street. t th AMlens TfxU Po(oBlc t 8eeond-CU?Un Matter. tftteriptloa luttt. i year........ ....so JtEfeonths. t.. ...... 75 Tkrte month .............'..; 40 AdTwtltg Btw. jMHtr Hronparel torn (IS to Inch) Welt VM&ra (BreMtrmuurartment) - C6cU J1 notice - . 10rt For erery other week dUpUy drertltementi M per cent urine above rate. special position prominent) lt page t3 per cent extra. Special poiltsona 4th or 3th page 10 per cent au. Wht page. IS per cent extra. 850000. We have in our house and in transit om quarter of aNmillion envelopes wWck we are in a position to sell to the trade at low figures in lots of not cm than 5000. Printers in west Texas will dp well to send us thttr rders. Atmlkne Printing Co. T O&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

mvi? W' '4 ' J 1 I III" II i. i i if Jhr. Wymt fanlitt and Ari4 The medical and surgical diWes of the eye ear nosti and throat aspe cial and exclusive; practice. Catarrhal diseases of the nOse and throat Ireatcd. The adjustment of spectacles to "the eye receives my special attention. Refetehtt is Respectfully given by few mission (d the physicians of Abilene: Office over Lapowski's store. Will' remain until Aug. ist. North Park lots aTe in great de- mand THEY HAVE COME ! And you need one. " -1 ji LAND AGENTS. rn irairETiK: of v v ' WQfVSj&PJV'f?. 'mm & CARTER f. ?& M k . 1 N '. c H h ( . t " hi y-i f ' I i.JjT'' iO3Ra"Vf "MyaykHPe- BARGAINS in .'J2t?2i:-ooQooo acres of fV'.f 1 136 acres Choice t;i545 LOTS $40.00 RESIDENCES K CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- " T-EXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackel- ford Fisher Nolan MixcHELLand Howard Counties. These '.are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In- ; 1 terest. PERFE...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

WT ?:; aura "Mi l.aifj Tif nii riiTifrfTTTfr1 9Tj7T'" r st Tii j '"rvyn 4f tw' W" .. if.-. - V '7jf y .' f ' (5 .. ' o s Jff " " it - tt- J R.. POULTRY DEPARTMENT vfiirT feMfttfttl Mamfiwmt f Twin ( CMieki Mi JI. a lludtey Kentucky. To iniure' the rauid And heaWilul gnWth or our spring chicks we must Mwfy to Inakc them comfortable in very rtSrwct feed them liberally 6ri food easily digested and endeavor by judicious System Of management to al off disease. If the mother hen juts in nti i&ola'ed nest secure from molestation do not disturb her until the ducks ate twcnlyfour hours old &n gently remove her and her brood and places them tn a coop that is well ventilated bid clos6 enough to protect them from rain and chilling wnds and accomodated with a smooth board floor made scperate and raised orte or two laches from the ground. This floor will protect the chicks from cold and dampness a prevalent cause of roup and other diseases and by having the floor loose the coop may be eas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

i v pp-vwy y) tffi FOR LAW AND ORDER -.! ...I .- ' "'Twrnaf Hes' Dflolaratlon of Trinoifle S?Ulnly PuC Cwmel t l) ssntTrom the Attorney t er(il'g01Bcot(Perall to As. . ' " lst in tie investigation of Zlfea ftd LVoaa CfiSn. Special to the Houston Post San AntpMio Texn June n in the trial Of Atfred'Y. Allee and Jasper Lyons for the murdpr of Editor W. C I Bo wen which has been In progress at Pearsall Frio county for a week past Governor Hogg has taken a hand. Hffwen was killed on Thursday last in the ladle!.' coach of the southbound International and Great Northern road. lie was practically shot all to pieces as his person showed nine wounds from revolvers. Although there were many people in the coach and though the trial has been in progress for three 1 days not one witness has been heard to testify that they saw Allee or Lyons fire. To-day at noon when County iv Judge Ellis was On the stand a tele- " gramn was received from Governor "County Judge Dowre. AusTiNTexas June II. Postpone...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 June 1891

u U U ) ij- .. t V V M AHJ THERE JOHN! WMHHW&ker Tdkn a Trip teJallft- tictpkift and Xeprta the Key ttttte Doipg Well. Ka Aak 7)ifmnt pf Gtovmunmt Whkk is Qrato4 awl the AwkTlBaaclal 8cHww Marrii ft4a Tslaga la 8apo. 'jipCHkl to the Giuette. WAStiJOTpx.Juna 16 The only cowmeut made here on the long state went of Comptroller Lacy concerning rite Keystone bnnk failure is that it pianges Wannamaker into (lie alTalr up to his ears. This of course was not Lucy's intention. He seems .anxious to bear at lightly on Wannamaker as possible but the production of the record tn the case could have but one result. The testimony ol Wannamaker before the special committee of the common council of Philadelphia turn; out to have been misleading. He. represents himself as being only one of the many sufferers by the rascality of the officers of the Keystone bank. He had known them long' iti business land iW-fnre trusted them but he de- nied wuh emphasis the imputation that he had at any time tried ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

'.? p 3 G ' -; in . i .--..-V .- . T Reporter. Abilene JL rlil . f- fv wwr 'fa K- f- I f. '.' r ' M-t- '. X lr'. far' ;K. I '. mr i ' H' iT- & r""- ut- Pl ' r 7 - a' v v- ; f ftw $$' ' ' ' Pi--. r "in. !. 1JR ?.;M. j "i' If .;' ?Vi -"V: ipk;. ly. rv t im' i TOIi. J .t' i' t ' i i ::-: '? ' ' V 'i . iV Ji.' r.-ii. . ''t'- THE ABILENE COUNTRY. Bits of Early History. ' We have so many inquiries from all sections about the Abilene country that we have decided to give from time to time articles descriptive of the country and its history. Along way back in the fifties the. United States government established at Fort Phantom Hill a rmllitary post. This fort is about 14 miles from Abi- lene an the banks of the Elm a short distance from the place .where it flows into the Clear Fork of the Brazos. The old chimneys still stand erect though all the buildings have long since disappeared' and in the distance on a moonlight night have the appearance of ghosts walking about .on the banks of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

J 7 ; v I i.-' ;) I t I r 4 ffcHoU for Sonttara fftmm. "' OoaH jou Mippoto tht rat are cut- Don't you po tfct we ?4 jMr land is tooled M nutte exn. -r Mt or mki iMt jp kiMfe kt fJfcff Urire around nevetal acres of the taiwi youf j fcave let k-snedeza llwi.WuwWrnur nn it -nil . Don't yort sumxMK that it will make HmdMeiituastri better tftan the nl commons and Open Yow Tcsa enterprising and fteklvbof's stock keen all nuiJgr grounds cleansed un fttre is very littfe in the woods to a coy except shade and that ("makes poor milk and butter and am tkh of u Dmu you suppose that the poor. tiled work stock would enjoy and be Hed by ijtttinz some substantial from the too poor acres over they have drawn the nlow so laag and to no purpose! and Dttnt you suppose that the cow that baft rrkinl of the family will show her piKMko of such a pasture by an law aftl yield of milk and butter? (fcm't ypu think corn is very costly feed to buy just now? In fact is not tJH feed stuff selling for more than it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

- 'J 4 ttrll ' ' V fh . 1 fa & . fc. It' ''Si M fcfl r J ii -y to jiii i mmmmw ' fOLYTE. Mrtr tUHtk DTil Murdered His ukjwU. IfaMMtytitB to Denouaca tfea Ie. 'rjMMMat Ke to Mucked out mhI Z&bltelr XxecfeUd. A-u. ( New YorkJ June fS-The Atlas line passenger steamer lvo which arrived here from HaytianQl;ts this momiug.Jjrought the news of continued outbreaks of a somewhat milder char acter at the Haytiart capital and of the wholesale slaughter of political pris- oners in all parts of the island. The . Alvo also brought news of the rumor of the shooting of President Hippolyte. This rumor was being freely circulated in Jacmel and the outlying 'ports about Port au Prince when the Alvo left the former port .on June 6. and had even crept into some of the newspapers. William Bishop chief mate of the Alvo gave the information which fol- lows (o a reporter and showed a paper called ths "Gleamer" published in Kingston Jamaica containing news of outbreaks at Port au Prince and the repor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

rap re B' -ii. 1 i I I: m Wt p i I M Hf i Abilene Reporter. HlktlHCbAT . - - - ixxas. FRIDAY JUNI tt X891 fete JOSjf MOENYi J?. dffor. Hill ' it Kiwnw jtuHding oa Second Street. M mm AMteM TexiM Pooc ' M4-CtMS Mall VtHer .ft .$1.50 7S . 40 lOM. We have iu m hoese and in transk be quarter of a nBion envelopes we are in a position to sell to d at low figures in lots of not nja than 5000. Fruiters in west wiW do wen to send us their 'Amlknk Printing Co. ItpMIM!k1m la liettRi Conti-M nM IW194 Hundreds of copies of the Reporter being seat to parties in distant and other states that were and paid for by friends here. All papers ordered in this way will k promptly discontinued when the female? which they Iwve'been ordered res. I11 no case will a bill for subscript tie he presented to any one receiving paper at the request of a friend Abilene Printing Co. Pubs. Reporter. The German government took a Merrm -rerbstng' torrcaccciise. on imported corn. a recent contest Jake Kilrain was knocked ...

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