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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

DESERT G OLD by ZANE GREY t of Riders af thelp Sq Wildfire, Etc. ll-ustration by - Irwin Myers -pYRI6HT 'fX-" HARPER AND BROTHIRS. SYNOPSIS pgOI)LOG'E.-Seeking gold In the des t, "Cameron," solitary prospector, forms a partnership with an unknown an whom he later learns is Jonas War tsn, father of a girl whom Cameron Wronged but later married, back in 1111 Sol. dCameron's explanations appease Warren, and the two proceed together. Taking refuge from a sandstorm in a cave, Cameron discovers gold, but too late' both men are dying. Cameron leaves evidence, In the cave, of their discovery of gold, and personal documents. CHAPT:ER I.-Itichard Gale, adven turer, in ('asita. MexIsan border town, meets George Thorne, lieutenant In the Ninth cavalry, old college friend. Thorne tells Gale he is there to save Mercedes Castaneda., Spanish girl, his afflanced wife, from Rojas, Mexican bandit. CHAPTER II.-Gale "roughhouAs" RoJas and his gang, with the help of two American cowboys, and he, Mercede...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

THE BIENVILLEDEMOCRAT,i Official Journl Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana S. A. COOK, ........................... Editor and Propreitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH -------------------------- ----- - - ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I , 9rt at the posto ce in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, LS79. Our governor reminds us of an air- thc plane without a pilot. He is just fly- noi ing around, and when the gas runs out Re he'll make a landing, God only knows rol where. But we fear he will be a rig political wreck. to There are many who will not be able rer to take part in the giving and spend- len ing as usual during the holidays this season owing to misfortunes and losses that have come to them out of the stringent financial period. Friends more fortunate should not forget these people. Sympathy, kind words and continued companionship are the most sa precious gifts ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES (By Miss Mary Helen Key) On Monday morning Rev. Ledbetter, the pastor of the Methodist church, conducted the chapel exercises. His talk was tquite applicable to the lives of the young people of our town and school, as well as interesting. The school will welcome Bro. Ledbetter whenever he feels like coming over. School will close Friday afternoon, December 22nd for the Christmas holi day, On Monday, January 1st, school will open a;s usual. The town and school enjoyed very much the spllendid games of basket ball that were played between the girls' and boys' teams of this school with the corresponding teams from Bryceland high school. Our teams ap preciated the victories of the afternoon because it had not been so long since they had been the victims of defeat. The girls of the home economics de partment, assited by their teacher, Miss Bolnd, have dressed some dolls and made some beautiful doll dresses and hats. This work was entered in the display of thlling...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

Parker Calls For N War Against Klan In N. Y. Address Louiiana' Governor Takes Another Rii Whack At Ku Klux In New York Address Mli New York, Dec. 7.-Governor Par ken of Louisiana, today asked for national convention of insurance com- Sll missioners to use the influence of their companies "in aiding red-blooded Americans to wage war on the Ku (ia\ Klux Klan." "In this critical day of the nation A and states," said Governor Parker, who recently conferred with the fed eral authorities regarding klan activi ties, "you have the power to preach real Americanism, which will never let the invisible governments rising up on Pa every hand, including the klan, rise sas superior to the government and na tion, d"If you will join in this great pa- an triotic duty," the governor continued, ..you will put out of business all the 'isms' that threaten the stability of do state and national governments." lie urged the commissioners to in- Fr struct their agents to preach patriot ism, love for law and ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

"Two Ninds" with but a single thought. His hand has won, and each one feels that Hats, as well as Hearts are trumps, when Good King i Mallory deals. You will also find here a new assortment of Stet sons. The Men will appreciate a gift from our store, because ours is a man's store. While doing your Christmas shopping don't fail to stop in and see what we have on display for that joyous occasion. Remember those W. L. Douglas Shoes-$5.50 and up S Mrs. D. E. BrowL Jr. I : : : : : : Telehone No. 34 Mrs. Dan Shehee was a visitor to Shreveport last week. Mrs. Mollie Jordan of Bryceland, was a visitor in town last week. Miss Ezelle Thomas left on Friday for Natchitoches to complete her course at the State Normal. .. Mrs. C. A. Tooke and son, C. A., Jr., spent last week-end with Mr. and Mfrs. H. L. Runge. Mr. Jimmnie Webb who has been in Oklahoma for several months has re turned to Arcadia. *s* Mr. and Mrs. Len T. Langston and Mrs. Blanton Theus visited Homer Sunday. For all kinds of Toys, D...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

,.1,. -::1 : :I :· - - Devoted to the Best Interests df RINGOL G0LSECTIO~ 0N ·er~i .....1 ........s I .r ..r, .~n Inr c~(l Social And Per- I sonal Items Of Much Interest Idrs. Callie Knowles and her mother. Mrs. John Leary, were guests in the home fo her sister, Mrs. Jatn. I' opoc. several days last week. Miss Lonnie Mason of the Il i Dorado school faculty visited Mrs. L. B. Cook, Saturday and Sunday. hi The box supper given by the high school pupils at the school building I Saturday night was a success, and r quite a neat sum was realized from t, the sale of the boxes. The funds will a be used for the benefit of the Basket Hall teams. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson have ' moved into their new home which was rebuilt on the same lot where their house was burned a few months ago. Mrs. L. C. Page was in Shreveport several days last week with her daugh ter, Mrs. L. C. Graves, who is a pa tient at the North Louisiana sanitar ium. The Baptist Ladies' W. M. L. will give a parcel post sale Satur...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

yAOUR POLL TAX NOW' PAY;YOUR POu AXNOW v vh U R Po L L T A N O W or forfeit y o u r rig h t as a red-b lo o d ed S,-- 'tiD en to vot for peidet American citizen to vote for President (I id a t of the United States, U. S. Senator, atThe Bienv ille Democrat " e United States, Governor, U. S. O Mgressan ori apNetny parh parish or city officer. This applies to ,ad women. VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-NINE We welcome this opportunity of extend ing to everyone our very best wishes for a happy Holiday Season, and trust that their share of prosperity will be bountiful throughout the coming year-throughout their life! The friendship and goodwill exisiting be 1 tween our bank and our customers, we I consider our :lost valuable asset. Valu able not only from a monetary stand point, but because it cements together a - foundation of confidence. Our growth i and success we attribute to the confidence of our patrons in our ability to se...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

DANCING LIGHTS AND LAUGHTER! YOUTH AND TIE CALL TO LOVE! CECIL B. DE MILLE'S PRODUCTION 'Saturday Night' Cast lncludes: LEATRICE JOY, CONRAD NAGEL. JACK MOWER, EDITH ROBERTS AND THEODORE ROBERTS -Its a Paramount Picture - On the Same Bill-COMEDY : NEWS Xmas Day Attraction At BROWNIE'S ARCADIA THEATRE Matinee at 2:00 p. m. Two Evening Performances-7:00 and 9:00 p. m. ADMISSION 30c AND 88c, TAX PAID HARRY MORRIS, SUCCESSFUL OP ERATOR OF ARKANSAS FIELD TO COMPLETE FIELDS WELL NO. 3 El Dorado, Ark., Dec; 15.-Announce- r ment was made here today to the ef fect that the Harry Morris Explora tion Syndicate had started operations in the widely known Arcadia district of Louisiana which has been selected by is some of the greatest geologists in A America as the scene of the next great oil field of the southwest. i The announcerment was made by d Harry Morris, whose name the syn dicate bears. Mr. Morris state that the syndi cate is following the advice of J. Y. 1 Snyder, one of the most succes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

A Mr To You ° . We just want to wish you a good old Merry Christmas and extend a hearty wish that the New Year will bring you all the prosperity and happiness that you can wish for yourself. We also wish to express our appreciation for the business given us since opening our store. ri .D. L Browsa Jr. I : : : : : : TelahBone No. 34 Mesdames W. D. Goff and J. B. I ring visited Shreveport, Monday. pro """ arr r. ave Hoffman visited in Shreve- Wi Sunday. hal So clii iss Leah Chapman, who teaches at ax is at home for the holidiys. S"o "lia1 iss Mary Durrett was the week- Tu guest of Miss Esther Owens. pu "e" r. and Mrs. Joe Dryer were Sun- wa visitors to Shreveport. an " gr iss Kathleen Harp, who has been hing music at Doyline, will be 'home for the holidays. an """ wil irs. Jos. Andrews visited Minden, 251 ednesday, and was the guest of I.e e L. B. Watkins and family. Le S* * Rc their sister, Mrs. Jack Davis and ille, will leave the last of the week spend Christmas with Mrs. Davis' as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

GIBSLAND NEWS AT A GLANCE Little C. E. Crews, Jr., arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crews Tuesday, December 19th, and will be a happy playmate for his little sister. Mrs. Ray Huckaby spent Tuesday in Shreveport. Mrs. H. A. Parnell was the geust of her sister in Ringgold for several days last week. Mrs. A. Z. Kidd is improving after a serious illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Frazier have gone to Hope, Ark., where they will visit in the home of their children. Mrs. L. A. Taylor will leave this week for Nacogdoches, Texas, where she will spend the holidays visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Pennington. She will also have the pleasure of being with her daughter, Mrs. Arnold, and little grandson, Glen, who will be guests in Mrs. Pen nngton's home. Mr. Win. Todd 'as a business visi tor to Shreveport last Friday. As Christmas draws near, our town i, made lively by the home-coming of .the boys and girls who are students elsewhere, and the young lady teach e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

JA MESTOWN NEWS IN BRIEF rs. H. L. Nobles made a business 0i to Shreveport Saturday. Ir. and Mrs. Martin Mahaffey at Sunday evening in Castor. -Miss Enmna Ree Ham eloped from school building last Wednesday, th Mr. Jack Collinsworth of Hope, d were married. The wedding was *te a surprise to everyone. They ve a host of freinds who wish them ch happiness nad success. MIi'rs . \. R, Evan and son Harvey ere the guests of her brother, Mr. WV. Frye, at Ilope, Sunday. Mr. rye is very ill. Misses Il; zel and Evelyn Loftin are attending school here, spent week-end with honmefolks at Q0me's mill, near Ringgold. Jamesto~nv bovy,' first and second ket ball teams played Castor's first second teams last Frday afternoon. tor's first team won and James n's second team won. qr. Warren Norman from Castor t the week-end with his brother . Dave Njtruman, of this place. Sea Varies In Salinity. p1ierent uiarts of the su;rface of lea vary markedly in salinity, for iwtll increase where evaporation Is t, as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

TIE lIENVILLE DEMOCRAT -!II PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advebllng Rates on Application 1 er Subscription Rate.b I 1 year .................................................. $2.00 6 months ............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Blenville Parish.) L 1 year ...................................................$2.25 = 6 months . ................r1.0 catered as Second Class Matter, Apri' U, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Busse Managr "". C. TRAVIS ..............Assiant Editor NOTICE-.As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lc per word. Minimum charge i0e. six words to line: 100 words ir more, In an address before the meeting of governors at White Sulphur Springs. W. Va., last Thursday, Governor...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

,SERT GOLD ZANE GREY .;u r Rder, odftheilrp .Sq WU'd ire, Etc. -" Illustrations by S-' -< Irwin Myers ,Wj HAIP t AND SRQTHIS. SYNOPSIS ..8eeking gold In the des. an," solitary prospector, ership with an unknown -D later learns is Jonas War et a girl whom Cameron later married, back in 1111 -n's explanations appefc the two proceed together. from a sandstorm in a discovers gold, but too are dying. Cameron leaves the cave, of their discover' personal documents. JL-Richard Gale, advein ta, Mexican border town, Thorne, lieutenant in the old college friend. Thorne is there to save Mercedes panIsh girl, his amfianeed S, Mexican bandit. 11.-Gale "roughhouses" is gang, with the help of cowboys, and he, Mercedes eseape. A bugle call from Thorne to his regiment. Mercedes under Gale's pro IlI.-The pair aided by the had assisted Gale In tee Ladd and Jim Lash, as at a ranch known as For Nell across the border. IV.-The fugitives are at s home. Belding ls immi ctor, Living with him are stepdaugh...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 December 1922

Devoted to the Best Interests of R IN G GD Ringgold and Surounding Territori The-wh o gd d s e ht~~~~~rtier on this pnh The advertisers on this page extend to ech o you their best wishes for a good Old I and a very Prosperous New Year. Maple Sugar Long Known. _l" " ' Social And Per sonal Items Of Much Interest Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harper were visitors in Shreveport last week. Mesdames IH. B. Scott and C. J. Frye spent Monday in Minden. NMr. J. M. hlli made a business trip to Arcadia last Friday. *m* Mrs. C. E. Tomme was on the sick list last Monday. Mrs. Joe Woodard was a guest in the home of her son. Ernest, last week. Mrs. Webb and little duaghter of At lanta, Ga., are with Mr. and Mrs. 1Ernest Woodard. eSo Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frye accompan- at ied by Mr. W. J. Trott, motored to Sa Shreveport, Wednesday. ta Mr. and Mrs. Lexie Burkhalter ac- do companied by Mr. C. C. Allums, were wl visitors in Shreveport, Monday. C1( *thi Mr. and Mrs. Keefer McKinney of Heflin, visited their aunt, Mr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

The Bienville Democrat V~-OLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922 NUMBER FORTY Just as we bid farewell to the year 1922 our thoughts are turned to the New Year -1923-and what it holds in store for us. We have resolved to not leave any stone unturned in doing our part to make 1923 a banner a year. We will continue to keep our service up to the standard, rendering every accommodation consist ent with safe and sane banking methods. For you we wish a very happy and pros perous New Year, and offer you a safe repository for the fruits of your labors. We suggest as a good resolution for every one-"I will save more money!" Come in and let us talk the .matter over with you The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA -The BANK that SERVICE BUILTI --I i Like the treasure ship of olden times , full fraught with precious things, so may New Year come to you ladened with all that will make for your happiness and contentment. We assure you of our keen appreciation of your goo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

Local Items Of A Interest F rom El Dorado A short program was given by the di pupils of the school on Thursday re night. Fifteeen and twenty-five cents C admission was charged and the sum of et fourteen dollars was realized. Quite a re crowd of patrons and frends attended : the Chrstmas tree at the school build- e ing Friday evening. W Miss Lonnie Mason returned to her 1 home in Taylor Saturday for the holi- rt dlays nad was accompanied as far as ft Minden by Miss Opal Corley. Miss Thelma Boyet is expected home al to spend the holidays. Mr. Lee Corley was a busines visi- c tor to Ringgold, Frday. in Mir. and Mrs. W. M. Turner motor- w1 ed to Minden, last Saturday. SHERIFF SALE al Commercial Bank of Arcadia Vs. WV. I\. Sim mhon, No. 6174, Third Judicail District Court,} Slate of I.oui,:ana, 'arih of Bienvillu . . h Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued from the above named Honorable Court h 1 and to me dirtcted, I have seized and will offer it or sale to th" last snd high...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

NewYedr , Gree i X9 DURING THE FEW MONTHS WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSI. NESS IN ARCADIA, OUR DEALINGS WITH PUBLIC HAVE BEEN VERY PLEASANT, THE PATRONAGE RE.* CEIVED BY US HAS BEEN INDEED GRATIFYING. NOW, AS WE ENTER UPON THE NEW YEAR IT IS A PLEASURE FOR US TO EXTEND TO EACH AND EVERYONE OUR SINCERE WISH FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 1923. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND SOLICIT A CONTINUANCE OF SAME. 111 I 1 1, E . B re w alllrlll 1 ! I II f l llllll i i Tll lllllllllllle llN1llllllltl lllh ll IfIll l,11l IIII i'!1 - I 1 III llll llllllll! 11111 11 I l l l IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIiIIIIIIII 1 IIIt I IIIIIII III l l I il t I r. L. T. Langston spent a few days ' wi Arcadia this week. fe "so vC ss Agne Marshall vsted Ruston, was accompanied home on Tues. by Miss Simmons. lit r. and Mrs. C. C. Barnard spent M tmas in Lake Providence with r parents. . J. W. Brown of Smackover, Ark., ed his sister, Mrs. J. B. Herring, ki Sunday. ..o nds of Mr. W. M. Deas regret to ki of his illness this week. ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

TIE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THU'RSDAY( Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. r 1 year ..............................................$2.00 t. months .............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Bienville ,Parish.) year........ .........$2.25m year ............................. 1.50 0 m onths .............................................. catered as Second Class Matter, Apri' 11, 1912 at the postotfee at Arcadia C.,. under the Act of March 3, 1 i79 I 8. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Busine'" Manager C. C. TRAVIS. Assistant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line le per word. Minimum charge 5We. six words to line; 100 words or more, 1923 Before another .issue of the Demo crat reaches you we will have started upon our journey...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

SERT GOLD ZANE GIRzY a of Ru ide thelrple Wg - WIltfre, Etc. "l 8- ~ Illustrations by ,-~-Ir win Myers S..' n ARPEtR AND BROTrH.&. SYNOPSIS ( chlut g.-Seeking gold in the des- the ~miron." solitary prospector, .prtnershlp with an unknown pect he later learns is Jonas War- The of a girl whom Cameron but later married, back in Illi meron's explanations appease snd the two proceed together. reurge from a sandstorm In a ron discovers gold, but too men are dying. Cameron leaves in the cave, of their discovery ad personal documents. I.-Richard Gale. adven asita, Mexican border town, orse Thorne, lieutenant In the _alry, old college friend. Thorne he is there to save Mercedes Spanish girl, his afflanned! m Rojas, Mexican bandit. ER ll.-tale "roughhouses" his gang. with the help of .an cowooys, and he, Mercedes rme escape. A bugle call from orders Thorne to his regiment. s Mercedes under Gale's pro SIII.-The pair, aided by the who had assested Gale in toe Charlie Ladd and Jim Lash, ar...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 December 1922

SLDevotedt Bt Intr o Ringgold and Sugroudn T ' .. ... .I. nn a.nd Willie Gladson froml Invlil Writing. CHURCH ANNNOU F HOME TOWN I ELP5 RECOGNIZE VALUE OF TREES People Awake to the Neoalitiy of Their Presence for the Proper Landscape Effect. With the growing interest In forest ry, the lalndscape effect of the trees used for refuresting purposes should not be overlooked. As country homes increase in number, the esthetic fea tures in both cultivated areas and woodlands becomi more and more im portant, writes F. W. Kelsey in the American For, "'"y Magazine. Progress in this direct .u the United States may be class, ,d Into three distinct periods. 1. The early r-liaring of the native woods growth with waste and destruc. tion alike of the natural foliage effects and the Irreparable loss of the timber supply, without consideration being given to future needs. 2. The awakening to a realization of this suicidal policy as manifested in the conservat!;) movement, which has now become a subje...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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