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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

f THE WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK. THl'RSDAV, OCT. K, ! <♦*. iTN OF MRS. ARTHUR SMITH |ii< h .soitow wan <uuneU hire liy announce mom of tlie death of . Arthur E. 8mlth, which occur- in a nanltnrlum at Port Worth a. hi. Wednesday. However newt* of lier i>.ihhIiik away did conn* in iht« nature of a mi r prise Bhe had been Kick for the past month* and had been in the sun- rl it in under treatment for over rec months, urowing gradually kher despite everything that could done to reatoro iier fuilliiK Migth. Mrs. Smith, whose maiden name hr Anna Heard, wan born at Van ■uren. Ark , February 9. 1 8♦ 2. She fas a daughter of C. C. and Henrlet- D. Hen I'd, and moved to Texas Jith fier parents in lStiH, the family *llliiiK about five miles north of Ills place They moved to McKln- ley the following year, making their lomc at the former old City Hotel |roperty on West Virginia street, phirh Mr. Heard had previously lurchased. Mrs. Heard died In 1864 |nd Mr. Hoard's death occurred In Jri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

MB* •'# HI I S !§ ■ ? * Ml- IL " 7 H 1 i>JS..: m I m m: Hi r:'r The Democrat-Gazette Tom W. IVrkiiiM, Wiltrr B. Wlliwn, Editors, l*ul li h<'rH and I*roprletor*. Kunuicr Unwlikie, Amoetate Editor. Entered as second-class mail mutter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- «crlptiotJ id paid. AM aubHcriptlonH expire on the ttrst of the month Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify ub. We do not send receipts for money paid ou subscription, but credit siime ou slip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. Don't cuss your neighbor; pray for him. Have you split-logged dragged any lately? Prospects look wood for a real hot time in the 31st Legislature. \l;ike your home more attractive by planting a few shade trees There v ;jl lie no "undesirable cit- laens" until after the election, any- how. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

TUB DBMOCIt AT-O A ZHTTB, THURSDAY, OCT 8. 1901. INERAL OF R. RAMBO | The death of It. Rambo at his pome on north Chestnut Btreet Man- Jay. caused profound SOmv Ifcniong hia nosts of friends in thin I pity where he had lived ho long. and | & large number attended the funeral j (Tuesday afternoon, the services being \ Honductcd at the reatdence at 3 o'clock by Bid. John McKlnney and , Rev. W. I*. C'loyd. after .which n Sorrowful procession followed the ^remains to Pecan tfrove cemetery I ■ where they were tenderly laid to Mjrest at 4 o'clock. ®; Hlchmond Eambo was born at SfSljl.ewlsbuig. Tenn., May Si, 1X6-1, ind was therefore M years of age >n the lilst of Inst May. He was a ion of E K. (Daddy) Kainbo who {Thud been a resident of ibis city for ;about thirty years, and whose death 'occurred in January of last year. In October of 1X70 the subject of this sketch moved from Tennessee to Texas and Collin county, with the family of E. Malone who settled 2 1-2 miles north of this p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

iY. falter B. WUaou, antl Proprietor* Associate Editor. as second-class moll matter > Subscriber*—The date printed your name on the margin the pa [>er or on the wrapper Indi- cate* tlio time to which your sub acrlptlou Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the flrat of the month. Any •ubscrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify ua. We do not aend receipts for monev paid on subscription, but credit same on Blip attached to paper; If credit Is not shown on slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. Wfc" Kvery day draws nearer 'possum time. w; Good road* coat leas than had ones The paving 1k going on; good road* next. Senator Poraker "lay low. dead," nothing saving or doing. BV'V':..'".-' The National campaign so far bus been a beautiful fight. Society buds don't necessarily care to marry blooming idiots ~ , The circuses hnve all Riven McKln- ney the cold shouldflr this year. Sherman h. s a big meeting in progress. No doubt Sherman needed It. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

THB WIWI.T DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCT 8, 1908. 4 YOUNG MEXICAN FATALLY SHOT Jot* l.oinati, a Mexican about twenty-eight yearn of age. was shot and killed In front of a negro res- taurant on Kant Virginia street, at 4:15 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Five or six shots were IIred front a 45* caliber revolver, four of which took effect, one on the right Hide of the body, ranging downward, one in the throat, one hi the mouth, shattering the lower Jaw, and one In the abdo- men. passing cleav through the body. Immediately after the shooting the wounded man was borne across the street to the home of "Mexican Joe," and Doctors J. E. Hunter and Kitz- hugh Beverly were hastily summon- ed to attend him. Everything possi- ble was done for his relief, but any one of the wounds would probably have proved fatal, and lie died at 5:10 o'clock. The shooting caused great exclte- rtifiit in that vicinity and a large crowd, including many negroes, quickly assembled. Sheriff George Eubanks and deputies,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

m . F'fc - Saturday, Lasting until Saturday, Oct. 17th. Get one of the big circulars and compare our prices. We have opposition no competition. Store Cut Prices ON Ladies Goods Read them. Bring one of our circulars or call for one at the counter. We have the goods to hack up what we advertise. Now listen. We wjll cheerfully refund Our Low Prices, Good Buying and Paying t lie Spot Cash as we buy, is what is making this store the greatest place in North Texas to do your trading Enough said. Hundreds of people visited our store opening day of this great Rousing Sale. Our sales were much larger than we expected. We are loading up again on more pretty goods- Our buyer is a very busy man now. ordering new goods. We are going to open your eyes during this sale with wonderful low prices Come and see for yourself- S. T. HAMMOND'S GREATEST CASH STORE Store Rousing Fall Sale Cut Prices on Staples 6c Calico 5c Best Standard Calico, pretty new pat- terns, some with borders, see it on sale at yar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

think, we have ijttedui Big lot ladies' corsets, worth up to 45c, all stacked out during this great sale at each 50c Corset at 46c New late patterns and style in ladies fine fitting corsets will be sold at each $1.00 Fine Quilts 7§c Nice good quality white bed spreads, well worth be sold during sale at $1 will this great $160 Fringe Quilts 95c New fine white fringe cut corner bed spreads, a bar- gain for you during this sale at each 6 l-2c Cotton Flannel 6c New cotton flannels worth 6 l-2c yard will be sold dur- ing this sale yard 5c 45c Shirts at 26c Boys black sateen shirts well worth 45c. See them tliey are bargains, duringtliis sale at each The desire to accomplish is sweet to the soul: but it is abbomination to fools to depart from evil.—Scrip. yard ;cks, jC values 3 c 7 c 8 Ounce Duck 8c Big lot 8 ounce duck, worth 9c will lie sold during this sale at yard 8c 10c Shetland Floss 7 1=2c Shetland Floss, new stock to select from, all colors on sale at each only 7 c New Fall Skirls...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

of Vineland wan here stated that Rev. J. O. of Port Worth would preach stand Sunday, Oa|.. 11. at 11 . and at night. He stated that >ublic wua cordially invited to Dr. J. A. Caldwell, a lifelong "working Democrat, gladly hands us a dollar for the Bryan fund. The doctor has a aon who will vot r the Democratic ticket Ihia year, hia Oral vote in a National election. The doctor also has another son who will be able to vote in a few years more We think he la doing the right thin to vote the Democratic ticket, and his boys are following in the foot- atepa of their futher. Ileal in Existence. "I sincerely believe, all things considered. Hunt's Lightning Oil is the most useful and valuable house- hold remedy in existence. For Cuts, Burns, Sprains and Insect Bites It has no equal so far as my experience goes." G. E. Huntington, Eufala, Ala. Mrs. I). F. Choate and daughter, Miss Cleo, of Weston are visiting at the home of Mr. ;ind Mrs. \V. I) Smith on North College street. 1 am Hlfly-Kight...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCT s. 1 <)« WALIJH OMAPKI. h j. Mr Edd Campbell remain* very sick. Mr. Will Trad la erecting a new dwellluK un hia farm. Mr*. Martha Wall!* 1* visiting; Iter granddaughter, Mrs. Ora Martin. M. 8. Ownbey and wife visited relative* in McKinney last Thursday night. Annie Wilson, who I* attending school In McKinney. visited home folk* Saturday and Sunday. Mr*. Burks of Sanger, Denton county, visited her daughter, Mrs. Ham Moore, a few days lu*t week. Wall!* Chapel, Oct. f NEW HOPE. Sam Morgan and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother, Boyd, at Higgins Remember we have Sunday school at 10 o'clock oil rtrsi Sundays, and on nil other Sunday* at 3 o'clock Rev C'ninu fulled to till his np- polnfment ; t the church Saturday light, but preached Suuday and Sun- dav night The few days fair weather have been well spent In this part of the country,ton* of the fleecy staple has been gathered the past week. Mr. Osborn of Wllmeth was In our...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

• (, ■ MPMWMMVIVlililiiVVVWliAWWMWPPiWPPNNWMVVW |M[I ||> ■ ■ ♦ ■ '> ♦ ♦"*"♦ ♦ • •♦♦ I 1 t, . V JOB W. BARNES. "QUALITY CORN KB." WILL C. GERRISH. H i 1 «t ITS NOT WILD • '* ( >o < >o ( < > ( M > I X > i X > talk when we say that no better flour than the brands we sell is v milled. It's the plain, simple truth. For every detail of its making, from the se- lection of the grain to the packing in sacks or bar- rels, is performed by experts. A SACK OF OUR FLOWERS bakes better bread, biscuits, cakes and pastry and bakes more to the pound than any other of equal price and than most others of higher cost. sack and it will prove its own superiority. BARNES & GERRISH } GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phones 94 and 5*5 McKinney, Texas Order a ♦o J. w. THROCKMORTON CAMP. PL \NO CITI/EN DEAD. Proceeding* of I.ust. Regular M«'H- ing of Veteran*. McKinney, Tex., Oct. .1 W. Throckmorton Camp 1'. (■'. V. held its ubuhI flrnt Sunday meeting Exercis- es were opened with prayer ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

Kill THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THl'RSDAY, OCT ft. l 0ft Leaders of Best Brands OF STANDARD GOODS At Correct Prices Matthews-McKinney Grand Opening New Fall Dry Goods Men's and Boy^\ Clothing | At Correct Prices Hawes and Stetson Hats We quote a few items from our immense stock of $40,000.00 worth of genuine bargains. You can't go wrong by buying your fall bill here. A nice souvenir with each purchase of $5.00 and over while they last. .' Outing Pianette in all colors at... 5c, 8 l-2c, 10c. ( otton Flannel for underwear 5, 7 1-2, 8 1-3, 10c Heavy cotton Check, good grade... .4 l-2c and up . Good bleached and brown Domestic 5c, 7'c, 8.',c, 10 Good extra wide Sheeting 22 l-2c, 25c All colors in Percals 7 1 -2c, 10c r/4 Clothing Department We carry the cele- brated fit-well brand for men. We are showing very special values at $10, $12.50 $13.50, $15 and $17.50 Boys two-piece Suits $1, $1.50 and up, the Xnicker-bocker pant and coat Suit $5, up The Veking brands are best ' 'I I Our Sho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

= kkhh BB ———— Mi mmtrnrn all Aonoancement V / fe!f. McKinney's Progressive Store We just want to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to take care of your wants in dry goods and ladies' ready-to-wear garhneni just a few of the manv items we have to offer. ' IF IT'S NEW We HAVE IT s. Below you will find Don't Fail to Visit Our Suit Dept. on 2nd floor. You will find a complete showing of suits, skirts, shirt waist, cloaks and furs. House Furnishing Dept. In blankets and comforts our stock is com- 4 C A A plete. 50c to... 9 ■ VallU 30 pieces silkaline in floral designs, also solid 4 flft colors, special I Uv 15 pieces curtain drapery, new colorings, yd, 10c 50c H 25 Pieces Cotton Suiting. In plaids, stripes and checks. A 25c value we offer 4 special I VV Staple Dept. A complete stock of ginghams, outings, percales, calico's, ticking, domestic. Prices guaranteed. Dress Goods Dept. We can show you in silks and wool dress goods all the lead- ing shades and dj 1 7f\ weaves...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCT R. 190* A Bank Book Is the Best Protection on a "Rainy Day. if $ Wht'D the Htorm of ail veraity breaks over your head vou will be under its protecting shelter. Start iiit account with its today, and he in position to be high and dry when that time I'Oiuit, \N e have (•very security in reason for our depositor*. The Collin County National Bank WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W. B. SKWSOMK. I'm. J. I'. WH1TK, I'Mhlrt. Mi'Kluafi, Tpim. Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 0*0 WE provide an absolutely safe place to deposit your money. WE are not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound, consistent conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE are prosperous as well as pro- gressive and ME HIT WINS. WE give you the best of service as the result of long experience. WE are interested in the develop- ment of this county and make a specialty of taking care of farm- ers' accounts. L. LOV...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

$ V THB - S THI'RSDAY, OCT. *, l 0t. B i M A (bartered institution of the highest ktr<1«\ We confer dcorral upon our jfriuiuutrs and f<ivu them h diploma thnt stands for sonu'thinx, and will I*- n credit to tlirin anywhere. We accept notes for tuition, mid nimriiritee positions. Kailroad fare paid front all |*iints. Catalog free. We teach |>enman*hip bj niaiL Telegraphy taught by an old operator. Address R KV. N. R. STONK, McKinney, Texas. IT S A HKAITTV I mm i t t A Nice Top Bug- 1 gy, with Harnessr V y Worth $80, We i I j are going to sell for ♦;< f v ♦% t $59.98 Don't over look this special, the best ofter ^ £♦ ever made in MeKinney. A =.■= " V Mcftinney & Massie X ? Y f Y 5 A „4 MeKinney, - - Texas- $ WOODVIKN 1)\V AT I 'A III. Address to Woodmen ('amps ami Sovoreiy,HN of County. Den Sovereigns: Sovereign W. A Fi'hhim of Dallas has appointed tho undersigned :<h ebuirmnn of t In* "Rus'llng Committee" for "Wood- men Day"' ut the Dallas Fair. Tuee- I day, October...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

31k tUeehlg TWENTY-FIFTH VKAH, NO. 87. McKIN'NEY, HMililN (1)1 NTY.'TKXAH, THIKSDAY, (MX 11IOM. ONE IHiM.AK | KK YEAR. •> •i af a w 9.9.9. opl oiks (inn lflali to or tain (inn >1111;; 'Kill )MH L 111'! I res leorl U«'«M aliil Lhar th. s W art V iN. ;a- a to if ly us. or ii." re- on as * BRYAN AND TAFT AT BANQUET Chicago, Oct. 8.—W. J. Urynn and W. H. Taft met Wednesday at the fourth annual banquet of the Chit ago Association of Commerce. The n;e lng Is hiild to liave been the first of Kb kind since the Lincoln and Doug- lass campaign preceding the civil war Intense interest in the meeting hail been manifested since It first became known that the two candidates were to meet In public, and every seat In the three hanquet halls at the Audito- rium hotel, thrown together for the occasion, was occupied when the firm course was served, save only a commo- dious chair reserved for Judge Tai't. Mr. Bryan was introduced by I'r dent Mali. Mr. Hryan was cheered 1 tbe e< ho as he rose t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

1108 "fa. ■ Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN WE provide an absolutely place to deposit your money. safe WE are not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound, consistent conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE are prosperous as well as pro- gressive and MERIT WINS. WE give you the best of service as the result of long experience. WE are interested in the develop- ment of this county and make a specialty of talong care of farm- ers' accounts. J. L. LOVKJOV, Pres. FRED EMEKSON, V-Pros. FRANCES H. WELCH, V-Pres HOWELL E. SMITH, Cashier. J. G. FITZHUGH, Asst. Cashier. W E BASE OUR CONFIDENCE in our future prosperity on a determination to give efficient service and courteous to ALL our patrons, because these things have contributed so largely to our past success. THE COLLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas W. B. NEWSOME, Pres., J. L. WHITE, Cashier f * <• Stop the Cold With New Window Panes Fresh air is alright, but the cold ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

TH* WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAKEn TK. THURSDAY, OCT 16. 1#0*. COL. BRYAN .* IS INVITED ■t )[ Col J (in Doc kins, one of tlio founders of the (imoua MrKlnnuy "Possum aiul Tatar Club." and pres- ident of the "State Possum Asaocla- llon of Texas." bus written the fol- lowing letter to Hon. W. J. Bryan; Headquarters Texas Possum and Tater Association. McKinney, Texas, Oct. " Hon. W J Bryan, next President P. S. A., Lincoln, Neb. Kateemed Sir: As president of the State Pouum and Tater Association of Texas. I hereby officially pledge you the enthusiastic support of ev- ery loyal poaRnni and later eater < f this great state, and have aoe rdlug- ly as president aforesaid organiza- tion of the Southland to get busy and keep busy till the polls close and you are elected Have also commended all members who have not already done so to send you one dollar each to aid you In your great fight against the trusts. As we know that these soulless concerns have Standard Oil Archbold and other emissaries loa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

* - JAY. B. Wilson, and Proprietor*. Associate Editor. ... i M second-class mall mutter. Mg To Subscribers—The date printed your name on the margin the paper or on tbe wrapper Indi- the time to which your sub- in is paid. All subscriptions on the first of the month. Any ber not receiving the paper larly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit Mine on slip attached to paper; if credit is not shown on slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. The Dalian fair will aooii be "wide open." The lobster famine will start about Nov. 3rd. Those are oily stories Teddy and Haskell are telling. McKinney merchants will treat you right. Trade with them. We all live. In hope: without it. our hearts would break. Look out for a democratic land- slide on Nov. :>rd. Its coming. Patronise the printing offices of McKinney. They do good work. Young men, don't boose; get on the water wagon and stuy there. "He's lying still"—Teddy, of l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCT 16, 1908. r When? Beginning Fri- day, Oct. 16th. Where? Cheeves Bros. & Co. $25,000 CLOTHING SALE When? Beginning Fri- day, Oct. 15th. Where? Cheeves Bros. & Co. Cloaks Ladies Cloaks in the new styles and colors from 6.50 to 32.50 Childrens Cloaks in all the new styles, including beau- tiful bear skins for the little fellows from 2.50 to 10.00 1 lot Misses and Ladies short Cloaks half-price. 1 big lot men's 3.50 Shoes (10 styles) your choice for 2.50 1 bale round thread Cotton Check, 30 yards for 1.00 100 pairs of ladies C. S. and Pat Tip Shoes, worth 1.50, pair 1.15 Comforts See our Comforts from 1.00 to 2.50 6 pieces 1.00 quality wool Dress Goods per yard 79c 15 pieces 50c quality of Silk in plaids and stripes per yard 43c 1 big lot boys caps worth 35c, for 20c Now we wont mince words—these are the solid facts. We have $25,000 worth of up-to-date men's, boys, and youths clothing and they must be sold, re- gardless of profit to us....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

Mad* in Tim* Fmibi Nagular and Taatalei OXIDINE ™ O UARANTE ED ======================== CHILL TONIC That Cures Chills, Fevers, Malaria and Biliousness CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL PURE DRUG LAW For Sale By All Druggists Price 50c gathering goes on a* fast aa the scarcity of hands permita. It Is supposed that the new school house will be completed now aa a i ox supper wkh held here on the evening of the Cth of Oct. and quite a large Hum of money was realized. This scribe wan a member of quite a pleasunt dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mra. Lena Bells a few days ago. Mrs. Stevenson and daughter, Mra. Moille Goodnight, of New Mexico.; Mra. .Ilm Bell, Mrs. Henry Bell. Mrs. Bettle Bell, "Grand- ma" Kenlaon and Mrs. Sneathen and the writer were the lady guests, beside* the men and children of tho family. Mrs. Letts Bell made us all have one of the best days of our life, as we always do with these dear irlends of other days. Hock Hill. Oct. 12 Your Druggist Refunds Your Money if It Does No...

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