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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 November 1906

DIRECTORY. TlMMOr lllll.WHl COVUt. ;irt-"nt iirt-ri MTiilny In April nrid Jri'l Mon 1 tf In Anoint uni lirrfliiiln-r, I'rcluU'rmrt-OMil Mnul:ij' In Krhruury, Miiy and 'Niih"r, ml Itli Mjiiili) In Auiitii-t, !.iiitj roiirt 'Flint MntuLiy In lVbltMfti Maj, iit iiml Nitfi1i'r, Miik'HK l.'oirMr On-rait. rrtMl.lliis iuli Willi tm T. Ilimon 'nitcii lt lllnlrlrt Tlinmm 1 . 0Np.iI linlii-Htnl liMrlrl Mi'iiiii'l '. Hi-urn TtidiZt I'riilmUi lluni'y II. Nrllln I'treiillCli'ikHiiil Itrriiril' r Wii.lry(!.TImmn ("onlity Clrk Jnlm T. Heal" !'riH'ii-iilln Altoni.' Win. T.H.Am .linfllf CJtjlillr x i:. WIIImiii Elector J. C. Ilnrily. cr. Mwr - Knl Mi.twn Iroismrr .Iiimi' W, -lohtiuii ("tirmii r ' . Vi Wl.im Writ Pulillf AilniliiMriiltir Jnlm. It'iK'1 turn-jor li.irgil,.llrk ruMi.t.i" cm irricni.li. Mnor Minm.'l lianM. I'ltrtVrk II. M. I.lHUIjr 'lly Atlnttli y H. M. l.lvi'HIjr i Itjr 1 nmnrnr I'llii-Jiin-M ''ill MitraliM William Ducjr !tfL.Mili ni'-Kllim i.l rltr cntuiril iitit) -'nil mul Itli Mt)iJ....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, Deo. 6. 1906. No. 49. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BAN QUET AND BALL This Annual Function Held Thanks giving Nlfht was a Decided Success anil a Credit to Versailles Knights. Versailles Lodge No. 102, Knights of Pythias, gave their annual banquet and hall at the Opera house on Thanksgiving, night, and 325 people were fed and entertained at the func tion. The banquet committc, composed of Knights W. A. Dromgold, V. B. Todd and 1. N. Schannep, proved beyond a doubt that they were equal to the emergency. The Opera house was thrown open at 7 o'clock, when the sight presented as the guests ap peared was a veritable picture. Ta bles covering the entire floor space were dressed in snow white linen and trimmed in inviting and animated Myle, while the hall was appropriately decorated in national colors and K. P. emblems. While the guests were assembling the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI He who cannot dream cannot do. Faith la over prophetic of facta. I'aln Is tho price of all deep pleas ure. The church servlco that drags will .ot draw men. So many rebators are being Indicted that in railroad circles nobody s any body any longer unless ho Is out on bond. "I practice what I preach," says An drew Carnegie. "When I write 'enough' 1 spell It e-n-u-f." Oh, Andrew, that is not enough! That s too much. Having been within 200 miles of the North Pole, says the llloomlngton Pan tagraph, Lieut. Peary Is able to bear testimony that none of the weather reports from that locality has not been at all exaggerated. There were .1,888 foreigners among the 41,912 students registered at Ger man universities last summer. The German students are again demanding nn Increase In matriculation and tui tion fees for foreigners who attend their universities. Tobacco pipes made from calabash have come Into general use In So...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

V6man Pretty Curtain Fabrics. ELABORATE CHOICE OFFERED TO THE HOUSEKEEPER. With Them It It Easy To Produce Effects Which Will Add Charm to the 8ettlng of the Living Rooms. When wo havo to cut our houso In order, clthur renewing its undent glories or Htartlng afresh, wo realizo that cvorthlng depends on back grounds. Old fiirntturu Botnotlmcs, even when a llttla Hlmliby, puts on qulto a new face combined with pretty fresh papers. Tho ninny casement cloths, spec ially brought out for casement win dows, nro of strong resisting stuffs, but tho description of these windows would convey little. Our urtlst brings them far better to your ken. Wo would, however, Introduce to ytaur no tlco tho wealth of tempting fabrics Window Draperies With Vitrage. prepared for curtains. Wood damasks, printed linens, roverslblo tlBsues, ere touiiti tapestries, velvet cloths, art serges, ami rep curtains with cmbrnld IDEAS FOR THE HOSTESS. "'Art Gallery" Party Made a Pleasing Entertainment. An Art Gallery. A...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

The Republican, (Succmor to This Di'.mockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered In the J'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter, Subrcription Price fl.00 a Year. Phon M. 183. Don't fail to watch the date after i our name, anil if behind, which piite a numlicr arc, send or bring h tifficiont amount of cash to liquidate. Ct h a small thing for each subscriber, I'Ut in the aggregate it means much to the publisher. Forget it not. Vou probably noticed we had no magazine section last week, owing to it! failing to come on time. They ionic from New York by freight, and if you have ever had any dealings of that sort, you know the uncertainty i'hc House promises to ship from Chicago in the near future, and we may then hope to get them on time. We received a copy of the Killings Times of last week, and it shows piite an improvement in every way, and proves that Mrs. Kohrs is sure enough 'the "better half," or has mar riage improved Joe so? The Times vas established by ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

1 H. K. ENLOE, 3; 5 RESIDENT DENTIST. 3 E OtUcr 'Phone HcilJtnr 'Phone I 74. X9. ' 2 I OCAI . NPWS. S: 3 Circuit Court next Monday. The Palace Grocery has the best flour for the money in the Versailles market. W. N. (Jilson. Cen. Hudson, who had been rusti cating at Topcka for Thanksgiving, returned to the best town on earth last Saturday. Kvangclist Miller (Advcntist), will preach at I'ost Oak school house next Sunday forenoon at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7. Will pay for news of six ewes, lost on Nov. Hrd., marked with fork on one car and crop on the other. Notify A. J.aforest, Stover, Mo. The guests ,who were in attendance Alt the K. of I'. banquet couldn't com- plain of not getting plenty of Thanks- I IMvillt' llirWl'V. Tlwrr- wnK n Inn nr cr left. Mrs. J. I,. Short, accompanied by her brother, went to Climax Springs last week, where she spent Thanks giving witli her parents, 1 Jr. and Mrs. Hurkes. We are not kickinn about exnenses. . I.... : .1... i . i . mi nr. aki. jiuy...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

THE PRESIDENT'S E Recommends Legislation on New and Important Subjects. INCOME -INHERITANCE TAX He Believes Such Laws Would Curb Growth of Fortunes to Dan gerous Proportions. Hit Views on Negro Question Aski for'Currency Reform, and Shipping Bill Would Make Citizens of Japs Many Other Important Subjects Discussed. oshlngton, Doc. 3. Tlio notable fea tures or President Hooscvclt's annual message to congress lire IiIk appeal for the iTiacIiiii'iit into law or several bills Introduced Into congress last winter und spring; Ills views on the negro problem; the scoring he wives those whom he terms "preachers of illseoiitenl;" the stnnil he takes for the control or corpor ations by the federal government uniler the Interstate commerce clause of tho constitution, anil his recommendation for an Inht-tltnnce anil Income tax law. Many other subjects common to iim-h-Hages of the chief executive die touched upon, but the ones mentioned are by far of the gt cutest Importance. He es pecially urges...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

POINTS ON BUYING A HORSE. What to Have In Mind Whan Select ; Ina a New Animal. Too many pcoplo buy horses with but considering the purpose for which they arc to bo used. They think a horse is a horso the world round and that there is but little difference ex cept In size an dwelght. Experience and observation has taught me that the slopo of the shoulder has more to do with the horse's ability than disposition or other points. The horso with the shoulder such as " 1- no 3. Different Types of Horses. shown In Fig. 1, which is almost per pendicular, will bo able to pull a heavy load wlthoilt Injuring his shoulders. The collar will not work up and choke him and his shoulders will stand up well under heavy work. A horso with shoulders like Fig. 2 will stand ordi nary work and drlvo well, but a horso wlfh very sloping shoulders like Fig. 3 Is sultablo only for use as a saddlo horso. Such a shoulder usually goes with a short coupling and well sprung ribs, which are characteristic of a good...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 December 1906

DIRECTORY. Timm or nnunxa cockt. circuit court -HM Monday In April and 2nd Mon ti i) In Aliquot ami Dis-emlier, I'robate cotirt-'iiwl Monday In Pebruiir, Mux mill Sotetnber, mid 4tli Myrtitity In Align!. luit- caarl-riM Motidar In Fchmirj, May, Au'.-nt nnd Novenib-r, Motiot Cocfi OrriciAi.x. ITi-Mliig Ju bin luler let Dltrtrtct .tudgo!!wl UMrlct Indue of Probate ' circuit Ch-ik and KeconW County Clei k PriucutinK Attonwjr .sheriff Collector osnr Treasurer Offiwier - I'nbllc AiliulnUtnit-ir surveyor William T. lUmfti 7lioina y. O'Neill MiiiumI W, HficarK Harvey K. Net lll.i Wesley C. Thomas John T. Ik-file Win. T. 8. Agee CLurii-K 1". WIIIaoii 1.0. Hardy, sr, t rpd Mouses JnMea V( Johnson William Willi Juliii H. Boyn (leorge I'. Chirk VauntiLM itt orriciuj). Mnynr Samuel Daniels' CltyCletk It. M. Mres.tr Attorney It. M. Lives ly l.'lty Tn-n-urcr I'lfi-June. City Marslnl William Due llrgiitarmeeUni. ol city council erry2nd and 4th Mnnduy night. Sm'r.m.x. .F.i A. M.-Vri.illle ji, No. 1...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

1 ' Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Deo. 13. 1906. No. 50. Christmas at Joachimi's For Fine Selection and Good Values We give a Large Stock to Choose From. We give a Premium with every $5.00 Purchase, And give Free, with every $20 purchase, a Talking Machine. Mo toy, but a good Instrument, sounds as nice as a $25 machine. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmj m Protect mm S Your Pocket Hook. Ml MMMMWwTllMMMMMMMMMMMtiCMMMMMMV For X-Mas Values. Ladies' Coats worth $10, now $ 6.00 Ladies' Black Coats worth $18, 12.50 Ladies' Coats worth $15.50, now 10.50 Ladies' Coats worth $12.00, now 7.50 Ladies' Coats worth $5.00, now 3.00 Misses' and Children's Coats in proportion. Ladies Purses and Hand Bags. Ladies' Purses and Hand Bags, all styles and sizes. Good X-Mas Gifts. Fascinators, Wool Shawls, from 5octs to $2.00. Silk Shawls, from 75c to $3.50. White and black Mufflers, 50c to $1 00 Silk Hand...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. Ctilubra cut Ih the unklndest cut of all. The prune crop this year la bigger than over before. How does this striko the boarders? asks the Ruffalo Times A famous western medium has rals oil Imp urines. No doubt she has to keep her spirits up. Prof. Kovafovsky says that the quiet In Russia Is only on the surface long-distance observer cannot see It even there. Kvldencos are beginning to multiply that only nn American heiress of tho extreme degree can really afford to marry a titled foreigner. Now that they have women bandits in I'lttBburg. the millionaire steel mag nates cannot be blamed for everything that happens In that city. The apple crop of the United States is floured at 30.000.000 barrels this year. Hut you will not suspect It If you go to the market to buy a peck. One of WashingUilrhoTy servants died at Alexandria. Va., a few days ago. As the years go by tho fact Is Im pressed upon us more and more th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

THE FIGURES DOES YOUR BACK ACHET FILLING UP THE CANADIAN WEST. Profit by the Experience of One Wh Hat Found Relief. James R. Keeler, retired farmer, of Fennor street, Cazenovla, N. Y., says: Old Ideals Have Departed. EARLY MARRIAGES ARE NO LONGER POPULAR. Attractions of Bachelor Life In Large Measure Responsible for Changed Conditions Excessive Cau tion Among Young Folks. BY MARGARET E. 8ANG8TER. If somebody who lived on this planet 100 years ago could return and walk, an unsuspected observer, through our modern cities, ono of tho first notes ho would make In his tablets would bo to tho effect that people no longer married In their early twenties. In his day ho would remember, with a puzzled shako of spectral head, that the wedding bells rang for girls of 1C and boys of 19 respectively, and that such marriages were common and a matter of course. Except In prlmltlvo communities, apart from the beaten tracks of civili zation, girls and boys do not now mar ry and tako on themselves tho...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

The Republican, (Successor to Till! Diimockat.) W. W. KINL0CH, Proprietor. Itnterod in the Tost Office at Versailles Missouri as second class mail matter, Subrcription I'rice,. .$1.00 a Year 'Fhon No. 103. The Kansas City Star asks "What arc I'ulnjanes?" Why, they are Lize jjmcs of another age. Much of the Japanese war talk looks, to a man up a tree, like some ane wants a job of futures in ship building. The married men have a dancing club in Louisiana, and they won't let the single men in for fear they may tell, we suppose. Kansas City claims to have had two days of Indian summer. It must have been several months ago, or else the moke was denser than usual. Some talk of the Pacific coast states attempting to secede. Heforc they accede very far, they should review Uie hibtorv of 1801-1805. The Orrick Times claims that "Old Dan Tucker" paid his subscription ty Uiat paper recently, but the Times doe not state whether "Old Dan" vyas drunk or not. At one time foot ball was consider cd a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Offltyhont Rttlatnrt Thon, 80. LOCAL NEWS. The store windows are now dressed ti tit., n iuii nouuav auire. The churches are preparing for ifirnnn m i nr im.ii iurivirifc. Attorney Owens of Warsaw was at- Charley Clark, the Tipton tele- I i m . i . , . 1 i - i i i JUI1I1 IIAIIU. it Ola 1AIU19 UIUIJIM, now behind the counters at I). C. The Palace Grocery has the best Mlaa i 1 1 naja h at.. ir...:n.. sain nil iiir: nil iiir-w in mi- w t"r:i 1111" lancet. v . incnn. Miss Emma Crifp, who makes her .lain. mnifinur n vikir ihic .fLr IIIVUU3 III V.WUJWI J U il bJT Vc arc not kickine about exnenses. lit WE AUK ll.lvinir thi hl(rlipit nmr. price for hides, fur and ail kinds 1 r A lH .lit a VTittlj lilltrnr o linm as uvwiuiiM nit j .t miuv lit. It in fvrlnliri firm frirtr-in -imu . o ipc arn mtu'ive r nnmimi there will go to New Orleans by - iL 1 . f 11 Udee v. H. Martin, with his sten- . : 1 .1... vi iprcmiipr rrm fit irmr rtnrt r. .inn nirs. i i imtirrntiir u.n...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

n TT HE TALKS OF POLICE METHODS. "I Can See You Lookln' Wlie an' Measurln' th' Thracks In th' Mud with a FutRule." rollccmnn Harney Flynn was grlov oiinly troubled by u youth of tho name of Horatio Mann. Horatio waft a well Moaning young fellow, but ho hail er roncoiiM IdcaH. Ho had read cllmo novels until ho had become Imbued with tlto Idea that a detective Is the greatest of created beings, and It was IiIh ambition to bo ono. Hence his ad miration for Flynn. Ho had heard titorlen of tho policeman's prowess, and ho haunted him. Ho wanted to know all about his methods and his exploits, n ml more than all clue he wanted tho policeman to get him a position on the force or with sonio detective agency. "I know I'm Just made for a detec tive," ho said frequently. "All iny In clinations lie In that direction, and I revel lu myslery." It will bo seen from this that Horatio upoko reasonably correct Kngllsh. In deed, he had had a fair education, the only troublo being that It had not "worked...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

: unnT.TiTiTTTnr .v mB .u ii u j FARMER'S HOT HOUSE. Cheap and Easily Built Place for Rait ing Winter Vegetables. A small hot houso on tlio farm will assure a flno winter supply of vegeta bles and the arrangement can he made to Inclmlo mushroom growlnB under neath tlio benches If desired, while early and fine vegetable plants can be Plan of Lean-to Hot House. had In tho spring for the. garden. The cheapest and host kind of a hot house for tho farm Is a lean-to, with a south ern, open exposure, tho adjoining build ing acting as a break against tho wind and cold. The building should be made about eight feet wide und as long as the building ugalnst which It is put. The sloping glass top should start about nine feet up on the adjoining building and tho front of tho hot houso should bo six feet high, of which threo feet should bo of glass and three feet ol good, durable Inch boards, lined with felt or tar paper to keep out the cold. Through the entlro length, against the adjoining buildi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 December 1906

Tffgwww.'fri!w f . ,; . Our Trade Better Than Usual, But we are not satisfied. Our Winter Stock is too Heavy, and we are compelled to move tnem still faster. Startling' Prices at this Early Date. Ladles' heavy Suiting and SKirtintfs have been trimmed with a keen knife. See them, displayed on our counters, at prices that will puzzle the man that makes the cloth. Our Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear and Hosiery Are going at prices that will be another surprise to you. See our Outings and Fleece-lined goods. We mean to save, you from 2 1-2 to 7 1-2 cents on every yard you buy. Our Ladies', Misses' and Children's Long' Coats Must be right, for they go out as fast as we can get them in. We have a few Short Jackets left from last season that we must also sell you. Make the price and we will de liver the goods. SHOES! Yes, we also sell Shoes, and we are proud to say that we have the best stock in Old Missouri. You all know the place. SHOES ! Men's and Boys' .... CLOTHING When it c...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 December 1906

ffv- i. ' Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SEVENTH TEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday -Morning, Deo. SO, 1906. No. 51. V, STILL MORE LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Markham, of .Kansas City, who bought the G. W, Farris farm southeast of town, was here looking it over, but we did not learn if he will move to it. The masons have the walls of the new Oddfellow building about com pleted, the slate for the roof is here, and now it is up to the carpenters, and they propose to finish it up ready for occupancyin two weeks. George Huffman, 7 years of age, who lives with his Uncle, W. B. More land, fell Sunday evening, while run ning in front of their home in the northeast part ot town, and broke his left collar bone. The injury will lay the little fellow up for some time to come. The Versailles and Sedalia rail road company are begining to roll in the coal from the coal field five miles northwest of Versailles. They also have one of the largest...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 December 1906

HER HIGHNESS The Story of a Christmas Peacemaker By A. M. CONSTANTINE Her Highness jumped off tho piano tool and ran to him eagerly. "You are very late, air knight," ahe said, reprovingly. "Oh, two three hours late!" "Fato Is the offender, Tour High ness," tho young fellow replied, with a deprecating wavo of his arm. "My train was delayed two houra, and In the accident several people were killed. So I'm fortunate to bo here at all." "Oh!" murmured the child. "Hut I trust your highness Is In good health," ho added, with grave cour tesy, "and all your royal brothers and hor majesty tho queen?" Then he kissed the outstretched lit tlu lingers with great dignity and laid a small package in one palm and a handful of bonbons in the other. And then he wished Her Highness a very merry Christmas and again added his courteous felicitations for all the royal relatives. Her Highness cooed delightedly, and oh-ed and ah-cd very aoftly, and whea 8troked Her ahn had feasted her eyes on the tiny gold...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 December 1906

TMI INCUEATOft. Rules to be Observed for Successful Operation. la choosing the incubator yon will um, do not be altogether, or mostly, governed by prices. Get what seems to jrou to be the best, and pay what ever price is necessary to get it. Do not let any one talk you into any other course, says the Indianapolis News. Of all the necessary .equipment for poultry production, this stands first in importance, and much of your sue cess will depend upon the intelligent selection of a hatching machine. When the machine arrives, uncrato it carefully. Put together the different parts according to the directions. If you have bought a good machine the printed Instructions for setting up and starting will bo ample. There are a few common sense points, however, which will serve to save time and labor. Put the Incubator in a cellar or room where there Is a pretty even temperature and good ventilation. Even the best machines will do better work In such a place than when sub Jected to sudden and s...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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