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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

iit ai i iiatt MmMSSBSgm tjti European fiirnwr find Ihat rade itfpnight niai M are the most profitable J s - -4 i r t irm stpwK to ao ino iarm woi k unu imv food colt An English officer being hypnotized Soujh Africa began to speak in elsh which irbal known as a child ttrgotten for twenty unrs i The Idea of mi HiiOHHiftroiMcarrnn enikt tilo South polpuiiliiiitf timiili i erica j Madagascar and Australia arousing considerable Interest and isouseion inpclcntffiodircles - ProfosPorEiUiu Thompson says Mint I umbrella with brass chains from tlto onus ot mo riDR inaKOB a protection wiioiiheid over Rtho head d tiring a Miniidoi Btorm A break in the main water pipe iu a S r ttiBf mwi A tin Int tlfnnb jilVUl III VWMIUOIIC JJKif IH i liliRj f was found to Imvo been caiiAerl bv tin- R ttintafF a liin ivlitirli 1 1 nil nrmvii h i around the pipe and crushed It so thar ifcburat The ruddor of tho Ouiard steam slilp CampuiiTa consistR of u hitifflc jlalo of steel twenty two by cloven if feat six in...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

m -- on MWm POBLlSlfllG CQIPAMY mmmtdmm TUESDAY JAN 1C 1SS1 It In at1iorillvoly announced in ITiAnkforL that Dr J D Clardy of Christian couuty will bo a candidate or Congress from the Second district at tho next election Mr John B Wullers bill regarding the publication and distribution of obsccno literature pictures etc4 wrs passed by a unauitrious vote in tic Estate Senate Thursday Tho comfortable cash- balanco of 4250000000 in their vaults it would ecem should make tho Now York Bankers very iiappy and contented They are not though HappeaYs The executive bianco of the bo rntnenthaa turned over to the settlement of tho Hawaiian ques tion Heres hoping it may dio a quiet death in the Committee room The nomination ot J ccott Harri son the ex Presidents brother lo In Surveyor of Custom at Kaunas Git encountered the opposition of he Missouri Senators and the Coniiui tee on Commerce has reported against confirmation Thomas II Carter on Tuur day signed tho chairmanship of the Execu tive Co...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

I KH 1 k 1 w sr - J iVii a r A -52 The Columbia Finance and TriiBt Company Trustee of the Now Farm ers Bank is plaintiff in a long list of suits In our Court at this term This same Columbia Finauco and Trust Company is exercising about as much f discretion Intho execution of its trust as tho bull in the china shop might bo expected to do v Pretty llftlo old Maud Davis lcd a most horrible doath from hy drophobiu at St Louis Tuesday lilcrcasc Is remarkablo for tho fact hat she died after an illness of on1 two d iyR from a scratch sho received from playing with a pot dog nearly four years ago Tho Sterling Dancing Club enter tained last Tuesday night at Commer cial Club rooms and those who at tended say tho occasion was a highly enjoyable one It waa given in honor of tho Misses Bissick two of Lexing tons interesting young ladies mm The County Board of Supervisors of tho tax books which has been in session for a number of days adjourned Thursday to meot again to morrow when it will hear ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

Id P tV I n I Read Our u works FREE to subscribers who will renc Mi J pay their subscription In Advance Offer No I Wo will give any one of th Bound Hooks below FREE with one new sub scription paid In advance Offer No 3 -We will irive anv one of the Rooks In subscribers who will nav ud t hell back subscriptions now and one more Book If they will pay ror another ear Offer No 3 to paid up subscribers am readers Wo wlllglveoneof theso Books to an reader who presents at this olllco twoof th Coupons below and 20 cents anv book may U selected but each order for each Book must be accompanied by two Coupons tar no hooks sold wrrnocr coupons CLOTH BOUND BOOK COUPON K TWBNTV nEVT anil TWO of thru Coupon presented at the Office of thl paper will entitle the holder to one J uook iroin me llil Riven umira facii book beautifully bound In cioui and gold t If to be sent by mall add 10 cts for t postage Money may be In stamps If ilemreu j These Books hnve been carefully selected nd are all by well kn...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

4X r - t V w WiV 1- c it HlftCU taf Tf T T V 4 A88FSS01U if i f fiu W IH i i K32S I- rwiimocATE f i COUNTY ikNOUCESIENTS NW P Annrtnerynh for county offlcon r ij5 aclCtwinpaiiy tub order 3 ot candid- ttnnlcatttH tfvtho Ititaioet in lt t sheriff Wo aro authorised to announco - ard IX Utitu as a cittmmato lor onorm t Montgomery county subject to the fiction of lie Demociati part w bto ontlini7ftil in Announce in Hindi as a candidate for Shoriff -- - r r ef Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo ard authorized to announce J C B Gillispio a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party VOIt JAILER Wo arc authorized to announce Joe C Turley as a candidate ioc Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of the Democratic party Wn nm nuthorizcd to announce Joseph M Smith as candidate for Uotlr nf onillltV BUblcCt to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco T ALoach as a candidate for Jailo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 January 1894

t 4 u IN J k ivx THE ADVOCATE i FOB THE CURE OF Catarrh Scrofula Boils Eczema Carbunclos Soros And all Other Skin Diseases KQOALtY EFFECTIVE IN Rheumatism Dyspepsia Nervous Debility and all complaints originating in Impure Blood Ayers Sarsapariifa Has curod others will euro you Firo Ht Kiclimond IiidVediiesday morning destroyed tlio Starr piano works Loss 100000 The 2forton Iron Works at Aslilsud Ky has resumed operations giving omployment to GOO men At Atlanta Thursday Lewis Red wino pleaded guilty to embezzling 103118 from the Gate City National Bank Ho was given six years in the pen D A Baker Cashier for the First National Bank at Norwalk O killed himself Wednesday morning His accounts aro straight Business worry had unsettled his mind Judge Van Brunt of the Supremo Court of the Now York signed the order committing Edwaid M Field to the custody of the Sheriff of Kings county This virtually means that he will betiicd for forgery The gist of the Judges older is to the effect that u...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

X i i VOL XV A H - AJ THE HEW Year brings now resolutionns and wo aro resptved to sell goods this yoar cheapor than over before FARMERS In need of wire for their spring fencing can not afford to buy until thoy got our priced Wo havojust receiv ed tho largest Btock wo havo oven had aud will soil at tho lowest prices Among our Farming Implements wo BANK Ou tho Oliver Plow wJiich is recognized by plowmon as the best and costs no more than inferior plows Wo also havo tho Genuine Oliver Re pairs It WILL PAY You to buy Gonnino Repairs for your plows as tho bogus repairs are inot so good aud do notalways fit Tho Key- stono Harrow wo consider tho best on tho market and is worth oycry Wo ask for it Examine it carefully and gotJour price before buying If in need of a Cook Stovo v Quality and price tho lead er has no equal Wo begin next Monday tho 29th with our special bargains for ono week onlvpurJH st offering HOLLAR - f n -- Willcounf Watch this col umn every week as it will what will bo of...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

i J Vt wy THE ADVOCATb Horse Notes Trotters havo too much energy for fai in work Honcs differ in intelligence almost as much aa men do Drive the colt tho iirt timo with a fast walking lioifcc A Illtln drive every day aids the de velopment of young horses The French and the Chinese are tin two great horse eating nations On tho farm tho value of a horso de IicikIb upon the load ho will draw Give your breeding marcs plenty of food and exercise but not heavy woik Breed for energy and intelligence in the horse as well as for lorm and ac tion Forty years ago there were practic ally no road horses in tho United States Do not keep horses in a field separa ted from other horses by a barbed wire ience The quantity of horses has never been so great nor tho quality so poor as at present By breeding the mares in tho fall thev can be made to perform tho farm work without injury It does not pay to sell a horse in poor condition nor docs it pay to keep a horso iu that condition To keep the horse in...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

i 5J I3 V K ut M W P THE 5 CI aI frpf JJ iSiitiiSi ADVOtXTE rVwki BMiwtiody who cldlnis to know snys Iftat k child tlueo years old is half the height it will over bo TieWost firo cngino company in Via country is claimed to be located it Mt Holly N J If itt callod thu Blief Fire Cohiyauyand has had a buiiuuous BxUtciico of liLjcarf r tu filing bahdsawe tlo a rl0 where you begin to Ule and then you -can toil when ybu got aiojiud and Itlierulure all thu teeth will ho btmru udyou will uotjllo aiiy of Iheinttrice J - -if Thn filuur tliiiiiirta uf tliu NorLull Iron Wdrtis at Atshlaild tho puddling fopartuituufcndthu nail dcpartniuui are in full operation with a torco ol 600 iiiou It has boon boVou jenio aluco the entire plan was last in op eration v All who aro troubled with constipa tion will liudaaale turo and speedy h rellet in Ayurs Puis - Uiiliko iuui -other cathartics tlieue pills attvngthcii thu Mtotuuuli liver and bowelo uud restore thu orguiio to noriual and reg ular action J V M...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY JAN 23 18M The Trust Company Again We huvo boon paying our rcspcots to the Columbia Finaiice and Trust Company of late because jvrq con ceive that itd mothodR arc certain to bring mucli unnecessary dia ti ess upon our county and at the Same time defeat the very end it is try ing to bring about Tim Company is in the settlement of this much vexed bank matter primarily to make money for itself If other iuterests suiFcr the officers cant be expected to help that they are first and foremost custodians of the in terests of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company and those in terests must be looked after whether others suffer or not It was for this very reason that the framors of tho Corporation law made it the duty of tho Secretary of State to bring suit to place for settlement the affairs of a failing bank in theliands of a citizen of the county in which said bank should bo situated That our Court displayed such poor judg ment we will not call it by a w...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

01 wptjt MUiXTI W vw f 4 ifcjg linger M i 1 1 c 1h Jessie Hazolrigg Jb vIMIing tho y Qf JudgoJws II iruiwriggin ranKiort I i 1- - W are sorry to report Mr C II TJuty who 18 at present ut His anothers in this city is very ill jlkjbKimblo and Miss Lizzie Si both of this county wore married flip rcsidonce of tho brides father In bronYlUeJun 17 J B Reese Secretary of tho Y M J A of Winchester was up yester day to attend tho sale of the goods and hattlos of tho Y M 0 A of this city - m - All tho property belonging to ho Y f 0 A of this city was sold yes terday N Goods Rold extra well Sum- meritUp as a total tho bale amounted to 32845 6 X- meeting at tho Baptist 3hurcli Wednesday evening after jrayer meeting - at which time tho question of calling u pastor will bo considered - Anlce fitting suit of clothes made of ilco material is a thing to bo doslred ky any gentleman A man feels more Vespect for himself whon clothed in a respectable 8uit than when dressed in Ajt ill fittlug hand-me-down...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

V ytyjp ft K v f tiiTyi Wjy READ OUR GREAT AsM jrc xiea v- k BOOK OFFERS CLOTH BOUND BOOKS given away TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS We havo ninde nn arrangement with tin publishers of tho scries of books named belon which will cnablo us to give any one of thesf works iHEE to subscribers w no will reneu and pay their subscription In advance Offer No I We will give any one of tin Bound Hooks below FREE with one now sub scrlpllon paid In advance Offer NO 2We will civo anv one of these Books to subscribers who will pay up their Dae n subscriptions now ana ono more uooi If they will pay for another year Offer No 3 to paid up suborlberi and readers Wo wlllgiveoneof these Books toan rnodftrwhn nresont at this ofllro twoof till Coupons below and 20 cents any book may tc detected but eacn oruer tor eacu book musi bo accompanied by two Coupons i3f NO BOOKS sold without coutons c fc r v mrmnr CLOTH BOUND BOOK COUPON TWENTY CENTS and TWO of these J Coupons presented at the Office of this J paper will enti...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

M tf of i 1CW iiAiik i r ftfV w f f rt r C9jS It Ui la l 4 fifi h jTwVjiSfl U tpW THE ADVOCATE Hb H i 444f nmtvrv AiwnrfNniRMTCNTfi yvv J -- AMrtonncpmcntH for county ofllcotf feilolitoaccOiikpuuy tho order muHijuuiiU ales JU cents por uno SHERIFF Wo aro authorized to announces ard 11 Hunt as a candidate for Shorlff ofMontgomery county subject to tho aotion Of iho Deniociatl part Wo aro authorized to anhouueo Win- Slodd as it candjdato for Shorlff inf Montiromorv countv subject to tho VnMnn nP Mm nninnnriififi nartV 3 Wo arc authorlzod o annonnco J C Jn fJiMsnina candidate for Sheriff of iilMontgomery county subject to tho IsMftCtion oi mo wuiuuihiij FOll JAILEIt QVe are authorized to announce Joo C Turloy as a candidato tor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tiou of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Joseph M Smith as candidato for Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party j i m v fy wo aro amnonzou w uuuumj fAM Leach as a ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 January 1894

I WKFwtSm A v K hi THE ADVOCATL kf A SLUGGISH LIVER CAUSES Constipation Sick Headache Dyspepsia Nervousness AND DISTURDS THE SYSTEM GENERALLY For all such ailments and to Impart a natu ral healthy tono to the Stomach Liver and Bowels take AYERS PILLS Every Dose Effective A New York Greon Goods Man Taken In- AtBarboursvillo last weak George awl CliHrloy OuMoy induced a preen goods man to meet thorn at Barbours ville where they would give him 300 for 1000 of liia bogus money It was a jrame of tako in by the mountain boys and the sharper in front of two loaded revolvers realized his predica ment and surrcndiMPd The State of Florida ha sold to the Disstou Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia 3125 square miles 2000000 aiee of swampland This laud the Company will drain and im prove establishing upon it rice sugar and tobacco farms If you want anything in tlio shoe lino go to Sharp Tiimblo Denton They aro making lower prices and giving bettor goods for the cash than any house in the city ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

11 Vj f r t tf i A 4 H r VOL IV fa r nrvMi imrTW n Cf f MTf STERLING i A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL TOR MW Year blinds now resolution ng and wo aro resolved lo soil goods this your cheapor than ovor before f v j FAMER3 In need of wire for their spring fenaiug can not afford to buv -until thoy cot our prices Wo have just rocolv ed tholargest stock wo havo ovor had and will sell at the lowest prices Among our Farming Implements we BANK i On the Oliver PllV which is recognized by piuiymon as the best and costs no more thatiinferior plows We also havo tho Genuino Oliver Re pairs It WILL PAY You to buy Gonuine Ropaira -for your plows as the bogus ropairj aro notTo good and do not always fit Tho Koy stono Harrow wo consider the best on tho market and is worth overy DOLLAR Wo ask for it Examino it carefully and got our price beforo buying If in need of a Cook gjtovo VeVfcfrfVt FOR Quality and price tho Lead er has no equal Wo begin next Monday tho 29th with our special bargains for one Week ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

tv V V no THE ADVOCATE AGRICULTURAL NOTES Strain tho nilk begins to visa before tho cream Medium sized hogs now bring llio largest prices Tho milk is largely affected by llio physical condition of the cow Agi culture and horticulture Miould bo taught in the country schools t It rcquiies about twenty five pounds of milk to mako a pound of butter Tho number of sheep killed by dogs every year is said to exceed 70000 There is a scarcity of sugar beet seed in Europo owing to tho drought It 18 said that seedless apples have been produced at Columbus Oregon There are 20000000 of cocauut trees growing upon tho island of Cey lon Experienced buttor makois say that too much washing spoils tho flavor of butter The great food crops of tho world are wheat corn oatb rye rice and po tatoes In England acorns mixed with grass aro considered good food for sheep and pigs In Schlcswig Holsteiu thero aro 468 creamorics run on co operate principles The currant crop of Greece this year is estimated to amou...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

9 5 m H f X f E 1 Ft ib lA 1 wm W pi HI1WIWI ifcc Avars persistent mid patiently and tlio danger will o6n pass away Willi a botllo of Avers Chorry Foctora iu tho llouso you huvo an oflerlivo remedy for all sudden attuckb of throat and lung ttoilblce An hours doluy nmy loud to huuuuu con sequences No household should bo without tills wondoi ful medicine A pound of rico in ihiwn by riom ical analysis to contain 8609 porcont of uutriuvo matter The same quuu tity of wheat contains 825 4 per cont rye 8279 pciceutoats 742 percent com 8279 per cent potatoes 2324 por cent fat beef 4603 per cent lean boef HG83 per cent tho handbomc coun ty homo of Mr Will Samuels was scone of an olegunt dining lubt night in honor tif Miss Virginia Helm of Coviiigtou tho guest of the Misses Goodloo and Miss Aunie Johnson of Mt Sterling tho guest of Mr Cuarled Sdott Tho dinner Which was a sumptuous affair in courses was served at 9 oclock and afterwards the ovoniug was spent iu dancing Luxiugton Press Colonel ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

iy ir t J yr B- j o X tiffin l iVy s WI0C4TE CT3USHIIG COMPANY TUESDAY JAN SO 1WM The great debt of Iho PacHlo rati roads to thu Government is fast ma turing ami both houses of Congress will ngoe on a common policy for se curing tho Government agalst loss In tho Stato Senato Mr lodges ol Loxiugton offered a joint icwlution asking Congress to appropriate a sUfflciont sum of money to complete tho improvement of the Kentucky River The Judiciary Cotirnittco of the House by a votoof 9 to 4 ordorded a favorable report on Representative Baileys resolution questioning the right of Secretary Carlisle to issue bonds Tho race lor Governor which comes off in June 1895 is illicitly on as lion C M Clay of Bourbon has written to friends in Frankfort that lie will undoubtedly bo a candidate Hon P W Hardin is already announced rnd at work Senator Wollor6 bill regarding ob sceno pictures and literature passed Kentucky House of Representatives lat week nn amendment excepting medical books being added ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

fir 3 f j 5 W vwl i 1 ti f1 Trimeil Bros Wholesai e Grocers Il if htttt4nlV T3orn to the wito of John C Cox January 26 a daughter m Dont forget the meeting of stock holders of he MtSterlingand N 51 Town pike at Side View Saturday rJ The stockholders of tho ML Sterling and North Mjddlotown turnpike Com pany will meet at Side Yiow ncxi Srurflay i WcihwttJar nfffM gnvo tho old roY -weather of tho seajon Tho ther mometer at iho oituiuli signal oLilOil hero registered 4 degrees below zero in m The John Duvall farm betweon Winchester and Clintonvillo in Clark coitntv containing 150 acres wasold last week to Jacob Trumbo for ll000 Mr James Griggs and Miss Moilie Lowis both of Clark county were married at tho residence of tho brides brother-in-law Mr Georgo Hart last Thursday Itov PM Jones who formorly had -charge of tho Catholic church here has been transferred from Middlcs boro to Jellico Tcnn to succeed Father Fows who goes from Jellico to White Sulphur To dav at tho residence of the ibi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

CUPIDS SHUTTUCOCK i wooed for many a aum jncr day 6w at tho feet of MfetrcM May Out tthl I knelt and plead then all In Vftln your heart Is tee 1 cried M hnvo no heart alio frank replied When Just that moment I esnled Cupid comlnugayly down the lane Mol for a game of battledore weet Mistress May and tho bcoto I trow this pad faced youth will kocp I tclear ThusCupId raid and took his stand ills battledore held firm In hand ltutBwtftcume Mistress Mays demand Your Bhuttleoook Bwoel Cupid is It horer The younsstor laughed and drew It out A tittle hoartall tied about With daln ty ribbons Vollat then ho cried And tossed It lightly Into air Without a second thought or care 43o thcro thoy played a merry pair Anddrovo tho flutteilng thing fromsldoto side Until at last sweet Mistress May Orew dizzy vroary with tho play Her faltering glanco besought a moments rest Uow treacherous Cupid played his part And reckless of the wound and smart Straight aimed he sent tho bounding heart Swift at my Mist...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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