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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 June 1895

FACTS FOR FARMERS. HALF HOUR WITH BUSY HUS BANDMEN. hcere is MIore Than One Way to Make a Good Cow-And You Should Know How to Milk Her-Pertinent Pointers for the Season. HIow to Make a Good Cow. How to make a good cow. Begin with your scrub if you will. But feed her well and keep her warm and com fortable. Breed her too some good bull reared by some Christain farmer that is, one who will do as he would be done by, even to his cattle; for this is the essence of Christianity as taught by the Great Teacher. When the cow is dried off previous to calving, don't stop feeding, but keep her in good, sleek condition. When the calf comes it will have a belly full of good, rich milk, and will start well. Continue the well-doing by feeding sweet skim med milk, and ,s soon as it will eat a little crushed oats give a few by hand, and treat the young thing gently and gain its confidence and good will. Give it good pasture, specially provided and prepared for young stock. Give it milk always sweet ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 June 1895

INDUSTRIAL WORLD. SCIENCE AND PROGRESS UP TO DATE. The Eiffel Tower Bicycle-The Double Fender for Electric Street Car Serv ice-Hearing Plants 'Grow-Camera as a Danger Indicator. BICYCLE FIRM on lower Broadway has on exhibition in its window a ma 1 ohine which made a sensation at the bi cycle trade in Paris on June 14 last, and was an object of much interest in the recent bicycle show at the Madi ison Square garden. Paris was bicycle crazy last year, and in the spring, when the craze was at its height, the great parade was held there. Prizes had been offered for the handsomest machines, the most gaudily decorated ones and the oddest ones. The latter prize was the one most sought after by the Parisians and the French manufacturers were kept busy long before the parade building bi cycle monstrosities on plans submitted by wheelmen ambitions to carry off the prize. Three weeks before the parade a young Frenchman named Leon Lyon, a member of the committee which got up the parade, made a ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 June 1895

AWgINST IN'8 Don't Grab! Tell us the size; we will pick them out for . you. SHOES c SFrom 25 Shoes for Boys ShOeS h or cents Shoes for Women Shoes for Men' We have picked out several hundred pairs of Children's, Ladies' and Men's Shoes and placed them on a table in the center of our I store, at prices that . icannot be lowered without pennies. SSHOES DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough & '_TT'TU rE UI. No. 1 2, ..ressed i Finishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS.... Always in Stock Washington Red lflT P Warranted First Cedar ............. U SHINUJLES Class............. Mystock of Eastern OORS ....Cannot Be Beat I SellAll Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cum- aL Equal......... ...... berland.............. For Blacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIME .. . Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your build ing call on me before going elsewhere; you will save money. DAN N. McDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 20. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1895. PRIC.. ETv7F i~ VFrT. Soda Water - In Various Flavors From Pure Fruit Juices. PHILIPSBURGNEWSSTORE CHAS. W ILLIAM S : 0* F'O *TW :.= R Of All Kinds Go to the Exclusive Boot and Store of * . C. L O Call and See My Line of SUMMER SUITINGS. KELLY, THE TAILOR, Opera House Block, Sansome Street. SQýý9.^Y 7 Y 7 T ýTbý ý ý T T 7ýýýý`ý Y Y . ý. J. A, AND J. B. FIATHI ERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HIARDWARE, W, A. Wood's Reapers, olowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE' ANDERSON, DEALER IN LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THE CELEBRATED GALT HEATING COAL LUMP, $8 C. O. D. NUT, $5 C. O. D. *PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND BLACKSMITH Neat,Tri m and Attractive applies to all printing that comes from our shop. THE MAIL PUB. CO., Lower Broad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

STRANGE AS FICTION THE REMARKABLY ROMANTIC STORY OF A WILL. THIE M'CAFFERY MILLIONS FIND MANY HEIRS. Two Sisters Meet After Half a Century P'asses, and a Mother Finds lHer Long Lost Child-McCaffery Was Stung by Remorse. DIRAMATIC scene was enacted in the manager's office of a Chicago bank the otherday. Thebank in question is exec utor for the estate of John McCaffery, who died a year ago leaving several mil lion dollars. This scene was the cli max of a series of thrilling Incidents that began with the elopement and marriage of one of the persons at famous old Gretna Green, in Scotland, considerably more than half a century ago, when she was bIut a girl of 15 years of age. Two of the women were sisters, who, for over forty years were unaware of each other's existence, and met in the bank for the first time in all these years. The third was a daughter of one of the women, but who has lived for over half a cen tury without kno\wing who hler mother was and ignorantt of the fact that her...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

HOW SHE ANSWERED. V IILIP AUSTIN D and Julius Fitzad c ydle sat upon the back portico of the hotel, where they were both boarding, I S one pleasant Sep tember evening. One was reading, the other smoking, their usual and most congenial oc cupation at that Ihour. The latter sat with his feet upon the railing, and his chair tipped back, watching, with half-shut eyes, the cloud of smoke that circled above his head. Fitzaddle was one of those happy in dividuals who are always on excellent terms with themselves, and the self complacent smile upon his face indi cated that his thoughts were of a very agreeable and flattering nature. "I say, Phil, what d'ye think of the old Larcom place?" "In what respect?" inquired the indi vidual addressed, raising his eyes from his book. "Why, in respect to a-a family resi dence for myself and Mrs. Fitzaddle, that is to be," responded Julius, strok ing his mustache with a superlatively conceited air. "I think as I always have thought, that it is a delight...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

)lRRSENTS & MIIERS N 0YIOINL BhNK S CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS AA 'Mlc.:1na'd ..... .......... President °' ! W} ilsion ................ Vice Pr'sident (: I Eshl .unl h ................... . ashier I E lymerr ............. Assistant Cashier DIRA C TOR : E 1 nn cDonald L C lDogenhart ]ý " Wilson ]' iM D)urfee C E Hymer IL.Alwaye glad to see our friends. ON('L A WEEK. Ente)rtd at the I'nr to(flce at 'hilipsburr , Granite County, Montana, uas .Recond-Class Matter for Transa.ission, Through the M.ail. PH}ILIPS3CUiiG, 'TiURSDAY. JUNE 1o. .uhsI)rintionk Rates. IN AIITACe: NOT IN ADVANiw: One tear. ......... 0 One year .......... 00 bnix months ...... 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 Foreign postage added. lienittaneos at the risk of the subscriber, and shoultd he made by express money order, post offllice money order or check, to the order of TIlE MAIL, Philiips.btrg. Granite ('ounty. Mont. Address all busiaess con umnunications as above. The Collego Exponent issued from the Agrictltural ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

R. W. GETTY M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. rWRoom and office at Dr. Heine's old stand. Day and night calls answered promptly. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. DR. W. I. POWER - -PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Calls promptly attended to day or night. Res idence and hospital formerly occupied by Dr. W. H. Allen. Office in the McLeod Block. PHILIPSBURG - MONTANA. DR. S. A. BROWN -DENTIST Teeth extracted without pain by a new process Teeth filled with the latest and best improved fillings. All kinds of dental operations performed in the most perfect man ner. All my work is first-class. HYDE BLOCK. - - PHILIPSBURG. RODGERS &RODGERS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W. W. B. RODGERS H. W.BRODGERS Office in Office in Cour t-H ouse McLeod & Doebdg Deer Lodge. Philipsburg. DURFEE & BROWN -ATTORNEYS- T-LAW - -NOTARY PUBLICS Office-Opera House Block, Sansome Street, PHILIPSBURG ..... .......MONTANA. Flint CreekLoadgeNo.11 A. F. A. M. Regular communications every first and third Saturdays of each month....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

WORLD'S PROGRESS. AS INDICATED BY DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. t'he Summer Residence in England-A Clock In the Heavens - Laying a Trawl Line - Scales That Weigh a Pencil Mark. NE of the features oflife in England is the houseboat as a summer residence. Instead of wearing himself out and ex hausting his purse by going to a wa tering place your wealthy English man hires a tug boat to tow his floating home up the Thames, and rests him content, angling for fish that never bite and smoking. The inventor of the house boats is unknown. Ency clopaedias are discreetly silent on the subject, and a careful research of long established journals fails to find any mention of the term previous to 1884. In some inscrutable way, though, it has become known that a certain merchant, a perfumer, in Bond street, London, made use of the first house boat in JEnglish waters as long ago as the year 1865. He adopted the idea of hav ing a movable summer cottage .on the waves, and he lodged his family in that uniq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

A FAMOUS OLD INN BULL'S HEAD TAVERN A NEW YORK LANDMARK. Eas Stood on the Present Site Since 1815-Its Massive Iron Safe-Founda tion of Daniel Drew's Wealth-An Old Ad. HE Old Bull's Head hotel or tav ern, where Daniel Drew laid the foun dation for his great wealth, and which since its erection has been a famous congregating place for horsemen, still stands as a monu ment to old New York. at the corner of Third avenue and Twenty-fourth street. Although the building, as it now stands, has been modernized with the exception of some of the upper part, it has lost none of its attractiveness for the old residents who remember it when it stood in the middle of the fields, and was reached by stages from the central part of the city which was way down town. As far as is known the old place was built in 1825, and managed by Thomas Smith for Daniel Drew. The property was swept by fire in 1841, and one of the things not destroyed at the fire was the famous old iron safe which Drew had built in o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 June 1895

WRINSTRIN'8 Don't Grab! Tell us the size; we will pick them out for N you. SHOES From 25 Shoes -orno ys Shoes ror Gents .'ý Shoes o"'"li u . .n i SShOBS r~for Men Shoes r 3fexa We have picked out several hundred pairs of Children's, Ladies' . and Men's Shoes and - placed them on a table in the center of our Sstore, at prices that 1 cannot be lowered t . without pennies. SHOES SHOES DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Roughd& LNUoR i 2g Dbressed LUMBER Finishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .. Always In Stock Washington Red SHINGLESU Warranted First Cedar............ I Uii Class............ My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I SellAllKind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and ('m- L E. ...AEqual............. berland ............. For Blacksmithing AND SHave Fresh....... LIME ....Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your build- I ing call on me before going elsewhere; you will save money. D)AN N. McDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

THE PHILIPS.BURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 21. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ; - . 1 . . . num mnm umnn i u l mm Soda Water - In Various Flavors From Pure Fruit Juices. PHILIPSBURQ NEWS STORE CHAS. WI LLIA MS *M 0100-0 SDRI Slo PO OTWE ARR Of All Kinds Go to the Exclusive Boot and Store of 8 J. G. M'LEOD5 *Ei * SCall and See My Line of SUMMER SUITINGS. KELLY, THE TAILOR, Opera House Block, Sansome Street. J. A. AND J. B. FEA'JTHERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W. A, Wood's Reapers, Mowers and Rakes, IE.LENA PRICES. Tvwine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON, DEALER IN LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THE CELEBRATED GALT HEATING''COAL LUMP, $8 C. O. D. NUT, $5 C. O. D. -PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND BLACKSMITH Neat,Tri m and Attractive applies to all printing that comes from our shop. THE MAIL PUB. CO....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

MARRIED A CONVICT. CAPRICE OF GUILLESS CANA DIAN GIRL. SHE TELLS HER OWN STORY OF THEIR LOVE. lad the Ceremony Performed on the Train While lie Was on His Way from New York City to Siug Slug Prison. HE STORY OF }be romantic mar riage .pf Jacob S. IHerzig, the forger, on a train wtile going to Sing Sing Prison recently has been confirmed by the bride. Her p maiden name was Theramutis Ivey. She is a tall, stately brunette of French Canadian extraction having been born eighteen years ago in Jarvis, Ont., where her parents reside. Hrr father at one time represented that place in the Canadian Parliament, The marriage, so Mrs. Herzig says, JACOB S. HERZIG. i Was the culmination of one of the pret tiest romances on record. "I first met iny husband in the Cats kill mountains two summers ago," she said, "and it was a case of love at first :right. I was there with my mother and c sisters, stopping at R1aines Falls. Jack, as I call him, was stopping at the same tlotel and, of course, we were o...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

CORNER OF ODDITIES. SERIES OF MIRACULOUS E. CAPES FROM DEATH. The Soldier Who Was Saved by a Bible -A Corset as 'Protector Against a Bullet · The Dog and the Life Line. OT TILL LIFE'S heat is cooled, The headlong rush slowed to a quiet pace, And every pur blind passion that has ruled Our noisier years at last Spurs us in vain, and weary of the race, We care no more who loses or who wins Ah! not till all the best of life seems past The best of life begins. To toil for only fame, Handclappings and the fickle gusts of praise, For place or power or gold to gild. a name Above the grave whereto All paths will bring us, were to lose our days. We, on whose ears youth's passing bell has tolled, In blowing bubbles, even as children do, Forgetting we grow old. But the world widens when Such hope of trivial gain that rules us lies Broken among our children's toys for then We win to self c"ontrol! And mail ourselves in manhood, and there rise Upon us from the vast and windless height Those clear...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

](RGHANTS k MINERS MNTIONLK BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McDon,'d ... ..........President F d Wilson ...............Vice President C R Ei9hb:iugh.................... ashier C E Hlymer........... . .seistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E It Gannon AA McDonald L )C egenhart F J Wilson F A ])urfee C E1 Hymer Aug. Greenheck t' i Eshbaugh Webb Vincent GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSAC TED. FORI IN AND DOMESTIC x. CHAN(IE. F-rAlways glad to seo our friends. ONCE A WEEK. Eatered ot the Postoflce at Philipsbtrg Granite Countay, .MotIan, as Second-Clase Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. PITILIPSBUItG, THURSDAY, JUNE 20. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: I NOT IN ADVANCE: One year......... 2 00 One year..........$3 00 Bix iontths....... 1 I() Six months........ 1 50 riFreien postage added. Remittances at the risk of the snbscriboer, and should be made by express money order, post otfice money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Phili pslnrg. Granite ('ounty. Mont. Address all busi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

SCoPYRiHrT i95P - CHAPTER I. AN UNBIDDEN GUEST. " i LITTLE bit of rural England. A dainty Sglimpse of stream, m e a d ow and wood land, suchi as Birket Foster f would have loved to picture. IIedges red with haws, air laden with the scent of wild flowers, giant oaks and elms spreading their inighty limbs to shade man and beast, and skylarks rising in the heaven with floods of melody. A valley with a road running through it, and, in the near perspective, a village -Hetherton, it is called--and, in the distance, the tall towers of Scarsdale abbey, one of the stateliest homes of the land. You have the scene before you. But not all harmonious is the aspect. MAan comes, as usual, to mar the beauty of nature. This particular man is eminently. qualified to scare away any poetic fancies the scene may have prompted. IIe is a spare, cadaverous fellow of about forty years of age, with sharp features and red hair, and eyes that would be bright and snapping, but that they are so bleared and blood...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

MR. CLAYTON'S WILL lE CLAYTONS bad issued invita tions to a party at their country house in Massachusetts. The guests, thirty in number, were to Mremain a" week. My wife and I looked forward to a grand time. We had been there before and knew what a visit to "Green Harbour" meant. It was a superb old place on the southeastern coast, just far enough from the beach to lend that soothing sound to the breakers which is so pleasant to hear at night after retiring. The house was of no special style of architecture. Originally it was a spacious farm house made many alterations and annexa of the old New England pattern. .Ancestors of the present owner had tions, and the present master had com pletely renovated and, in a way, mod ernized it. The old elms and oaks were still vigorous and luxuriant, and they boasted of a lineage that might turn a colonial dame green with envy. They added also not a little to the beauty of the scenery. Giving a party of this kind and size is not an easy matter, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

SCIENCE UP TO DATE. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS. Chemical Compounds Gradually Working a Remarkable Change in the Con dition of Mankind - May Live on Vitalized Air in the Future. OR M1IANY YEARS chemistry and science have been working to the top of their bent to di vide and subdivide and analyze vari ous elements in na ture. It is but a natural sequence that they should after a while, at tempt to unite dif ferent elements to form new com pounds, or add to. the ingredients of those already in existence. Some years ago, when Edison declared that the day would come when food products could be made in the laboratory, he was laughed at. That this is possible is already been proven; but as it is in the chemist's power to make an egg, yet Rot one that will hatch, so it is pos sible to unite ingredients according to chemical formula, but not to have them take the place of the time-honored bread and meat of the generation be hind us. It would be, no doubt, a good thing if the common...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 June 1895

Them SMistakes of loses j sink into insignific- . : ance when compared r with the mistakes of . the merchant. One of ours was to buy too many straw hats for this winter weather. You can easily find a I dollar hat in either our 25c or 50c group. Do you need JWALLPAPER? Just look at SWRlINSTEIN'S DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough ad ý T la M No.n 2. 8 .. Cressed inishing A No. 1 Dry........ LATHS .. Always in Stock Washington Red .UT'[JIT Warranted First Cedar .. ............ SHI UJiLEI Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS ....Cannot Be Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs. For Heating Has No Blossburg and c Cm- Equal.......... berland.............. For Blacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIME ....Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your build ing call on me before going elsewhere; you will save money. DAN N. McDUNALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON, FEED AND SLKE 8T HB E IHOFSEs BQARF.ED. Single and Double Turnouts; First Cl...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 June 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 22. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. . . . . . . .. . . . -. m m FIREWORKS = S'ire Crackers, Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackers, Roman Candles, Flower Pots, Spinning Wheels, Torpedoes. FLAGS AND JAPANESE LANTERNS PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS S .. ~ --.,----- OP -- .------- .Call and See My Line of O B o * Of All Kinds Go to the Exclusive Boot and Shoe Store of I Call and See My Line of SUMMER SUITINGS. KELLY, THE TAILOR, Opera House Block, Sansome Street. ~.~~'~'~~$$53~~J~"~9e~~!9$ J. A. AND J. B, PEA.THERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W. A, Wood's Reapers, JViowrs and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. ''wine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON, DEALER IN )LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THE CELEBRATED GALT HEATING COAL LUMP, $8 C. O. D. NUT, $5 C. O. D. *PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE ...

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