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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 April 1904

THE MESSAGE THUHSDAY, Al'RIL 28 1901 Ttrmt of Subscription: One yer U.uo M Months VI Three Months 2 A SPELLING BEE. Good Pcoole Turned Down Who Are Known In Mexico. These spelling bees between dif ferent church denominations in this section of the State are becom ing quite jiopnlnr, and the next thing yon henr they'll be striking the towns and communities of Au drain. An iM'ciibion of this curt 'made a buihel tit fun down at .Louisiunii the other night. The Press contains the following nc count of it : The contt house was crowded Thursday night on the occasion of the pcling contest between rep resentatives of the Cumberland nnd Centenary MethodUt churches. It was quite (spirited and at times bordered on the acrimonious with just a touch of a resemblance to n political scrap but it all ended in what it was in I ended to be a war of words. Eugene Pearson was the leader of the Cumberland Presbyterians and I. A. May for the Methodists and they called their respective partisans to the mo...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. s MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY; MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904. NUMBER 27 I i V HAPPENED and SOME LOCAi. AND COUNTY James S. Chapman, near Moli no, lw become a citizen of Mex ico. Tom Bass of Mexico sold a fine horse to a Milwaukee, Wis., gen tleman last week for $350. Jesse Ilolloway, late of Centra lia, now gets his mail on R. F. D. ron te No. 2, Mexico. George Hatton of Vandalia is suing his wife, Amanda Hatton, for divorce. Mr. Hatton moved to Attdrain from Booue county. Frank Doan, near Molino, is re modeling his house and adding a room 16x10. P. W. Campbell of Mexico is overseeing the work. Johu N. Whitten of this county has brought suit against his wife, Clara Whitten, for divorce. Plain tiff alleges that his wife has beeu untrue to him. The A. G. Turner farm, south west of this city, has beeu purchas ed by J. E. Wentz of Ogden.Iowa. Mr. Wentz moves to the farm this fall. M. L. Travis, near Laddonia, last week sold a span of two year old mules to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

John BURTttaasrsa AwMMr T kItfnasiMa MIHIi-Iim." ttm Mam'i DtrlM." Etc Onrrmoirr. I am, ht I All rtibn Oorrtoirr, lwa bt asaica Uriti ADAtra I mwnd A. J. Viuil BiDDtl CHAPTER TWO Continued. Prince growled. John looked up the Toad. There's someone coming." ho said. Jessie turned and mw Mis Maiden tanvmacbing. She looked at her mud 4j frnt. her bedraggled hat and ber -splattered blouse and skirt. -HI got an awful scolding," she mid, half to herself and half to the oy. Then for the first time one cratinlr.ed John Burt. She noted that he was well dressed; that he van not barefooted, like most farmer boy, and that he was handsome and elf possessed. Do you belong to the riffraff?" asked Jessie, lowering her voire so that the approarhtng governess should not bear her. "Never beard of it," replied John Hurt In a puzzled emile. "What t It?" "I dont know." Raid Jessie; "but tny papa don't allow me to asRocia;e with the riffraff, ami I forRot until Just now to ask you If you are a riff- A look...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

Women who work, store, office or factory, very rarely have the ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dear Mns. Piskham : - I suffered misery for several years. My bncle ached and I hud bearing down pains, and frequent headaches. I would often wake from a restful sleep in such pain and misery that it would be hours lieforo I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary davs. I could do no work. I consulted different physicians hoping to get relief", but, finding that their medicines did not cure me, I tried Lydia E. Pinkbum's Vegetable Compound, as it was highly recomended to me. I am glad that I did so, for I soon found that it was the medicine for my case. Very soon I was rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect hcaith. I feel splendid, have a fine appetite, and have gained in weight a lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

1 t ' i :' 1 : M THE MESSAGE Publihlicd Kvery Thursday. John F.ral, Editor and Ii-iiiri-t.ir. Entered nt the Mi.. a "' Posto'Vl" ll.l - -.- ilt .llltt T1IUKSDAY, MAY I ;.'i,l r.l.s eh.'iUL''..!. 1 lo V Ijot into ill- hand viimi in county on til- primary ii'ii-sl urn, th.) a lill!- late about it. as liny cli: witness on the stand to rnu-jnt.d stirred up strife with ii tongue Slab (,j's ! tradict me, or to prove I mad" - t . '' contrary statt-im nt, cither on :? ' s Tin- Democratic (.Yntra'l Com in i t ( of Lafayette county ignored the 1 titioii ot ' .(ri't Democrats last. wiv vim asked fur a primary nil Stall' oftVcs. County Candldatcs-Tlie mary May 7, 1904. A rHisi".rt"riN; attokni.y VK are ac.llioriw d In a:'" do llllt u raiiiMi.':iO ! i Aliorw y, mi' : l i'i ll '' Vrrtiormtir primary. WE arp 4i i ; 1 1 it i.i M i mm 1). Clrc.ir a i iii.'iiiliile (..r I'i' timcy, subject I'i tin' : : Democratic I'l'ii'inrv. IT' ( ir ; k i - : At- tl.- ir otherwise. J ln.-i you know i vctilietl bj t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

US - THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 1901 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. J2 John Ellis of Youngs Creek lias been very sick. The County Court met in regular session Monday. The Chrisluu church 11 ill is now out of debt. nt Rush Cii))t. J. C. Buckner's condition remains Imt little changed Mrs. W. II. Hook is quite se riously afflicted with lung trouble. Mrs. Rhoda Maxwell at Rush Hill fell recently and broke her nrni. Dr. M; E. Crawford is on the sick list, suffering with rheuma tism. Theo. Bussen and family have moved back to Martinsburg from Indiana. Thanks to our friend G. E. La foree for late copies of Colfax, Wash., papers. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Winkelman of Martinsbnrg are the prond parouts of n r.ew daughter. S. B. Reighley of this city plant ed his potatoes too early and was compelled to plow the ground again and replant. The Linton District Medical So ciety held u meeting in this city this week. Dr. N. 11. Kodea of Mexico is the president. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1$. Sipple of Rush Hill, the latter, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

t'cxico Missouri Message 30 AS DEAL, Publisher. tEXICO MISSOURI The bank it Monte Carlo It re ported loiinu heavily again. Stale bait, tbli. The Duke of Sutherland graciously explains that he haa come over here to bunt Well, what? If the engagement In whlrh Russl lost 1.3W men were "skirmishes" wba will the battlea be like? I-omlpn papera report a "ucoesfii rat show" at Cheltenham. Burcosffu rata must be ararce In England. The czar announce till Intention of going without caviare during the war. That's drad eay to most people, One of the best first basemen In the American association Is deaf and dumb. Why can't pugilists be like that? The Hon. VI Yonk Ik, who used to rule Korea, never could read or write And now ho can't even make his mark. With the X rays end X-rays dlseov ered the scientists can proceed at their leisure to All in the other rays from A to Z. A woman gets her enjoyment out of talking about scandals rhe Isn't in. a nan out of being in scandals that aren't talked abou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

TORNADO DAMAGES M'PHERSON, KAS. Funnel-Shaped "Cloud Swoop Down on Town. Causing Panio. MiPhor3on, Kas.: A severe tornado truck McPhcrson Sunday afternoon, demolishing six residences and caus ing more or less damago to other prop erty. Much damage was done in the country north of here. A funnel-shaped ' cloud approached the town from the south, following the courfe of a ravine. The residence of 8. W. Rleff was first struck, and the house, barn and windmill and outbuild ings were destroyed. AH the members af the family es caped except a young man, who was toruised and scratched. The residence of Mrs. S. P. Fisher was" next struck. The building was picked up and carried a considerable distance and demolished. The family had seen the approach of the Btorm and escaped. The large Fisher apple orchard was ruined. The large residence of Archie Brown, next In the storm's path, was wrecked. Two of Brown's daughters were In jured. One, who was struck by the cook stove falling upon her, was se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 May 1904

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY, MAY .' I!)OI Tirtim of Subscription : Oni- j f-n r fl.i'i Mx Months .v Thrwi Month "IN THE KINGDOM.' j will d- a Mr. Folk HiiggcHttf, he- William Woods College ' om,. the inachiiie and take the . . , i t- ii i p i' l v unto themselves. Slss, Boom, Ah, folk, . . ... ' ' j J here i another reaxon for th:a Folk, Folk. j treat demonstration besides bIidw- intf themselves independent of the Fulton. Mo., April -7. In hi" j machine. It is that the people of journeys np nnd down 111" state j j.',,,,,, ,l Callaway eo unty wish Mr. Folk has had many reeeption j 1(lW yv j.-,, t t the on that have eauscd his heart to (j,,. ,.,,, ,V j ,,,,, ,,f t,,. same iuickeii and the "low n( plwisure nnd appreciation creep into his cheeks, but at no place has there been Ull tiling i'iiliil to th" pietme that met liis eye.-as his train pull ed into this place, to-day. When the train stopped and Mr. Folk stepped on the platform he saw fully 1.IMH) people, while the large space beyond the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

"ATE mSTOIlICiH; Message. EXICO sou MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THORSDAY, MAY 12, 1904. VOLUME V. NUMBER 28 M Mis RI $ HAPPENED and N2i .i. lun rmiNTV 3 .nuvwm. Probate Court is in session this week. Bailey McDonald of Saling is re covering from o serious attack of pneumonia. Prof. J. W. Million of Ilardjn College has been invited to deliver the address before the graduating class of Pike College Wednesday night, May 23th. We have been placed under ob ligations to F. N. Parker, former ly of Skinner neighborhood, this county, for late Wagoner, I. T., papers. Every dwelling house in Farber is occupied, says the Forum;"those who desire employment at the mines are unable to get a place for their families."" As reported in the Auxvasse Re view: Dutch Rohu, of Fulton, passed thru Auxvasse Tuesday on his way to Mexico, with a pair of harness mares which were sold by Muir & Threlkeld to R. A. Eaton, Minneapolis, Indiana, for $350. They were shipped from Mexico. lion. J. A. Potts o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

Ti 41 n jih M. uunmm. :. ssssw r JJ- rit I Io Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy Will Do for YOU. Every Reader of this paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mall. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more lckness and auflerlng thun any other tllseaHe, therefore, when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fatal result are sure to follow. Your other organs may nend attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and need attention first. If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's fiwamp-Koot, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because m soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all tlio other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. The mild and immediate eflect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, tba great kidney mod bladder remedy, it aoon realized. It atanda tha highest for its wonderful cores of tha most distressing cases. Swamp Root will act your whole system right, and tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

W2 JOHN BURTllsarsss Aothor f "TtM KMmppcs Millionaire," "Co!omI Monro' DMtrlw," Etc OorrntoBT, lo, bt I All rfht I Copthiobt, jcoa. bt FBKOaMicK. Upham Adams lrered I A. J. DUIiL Bidi. CHAPTER FOUR Continued. Jim aimed a blow at John's head, which waa parried. John swung to the chin, and the next Instant Jim clenched and both fell eight feet into the water. The pool was deep, and it seemed to Jim as If they never would come to the surface. When ho did, and had gasped for breath, A pair of strong hards gripped his neck and he went down again. The water sang in his ears, the world grew black around 'him. Then it suddenly became light. The cool and splendid air filled his nostrils, and a voice sounded in his ears: "Say 'enough or down yon go again!" "E-nough! E-e-e-nough! I'll Quit," spluttered Jim Blake, throwing his arms about wildly. With one hand firmly gripping Jim Blake's collar John Burt swam ashore with the other. It was ten minutes before Blake recovered Ms breath, then they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John P.eul, Editor anl Proprietor. Entered at thr rostoflice at Mexico. Mo., a second -rlasn mutter. THURSDAY. MAY 12, 1901 TLe "profesMonar politician knows how easy it is to gull some men. Lfi.Mouiii went 110 to 1 for Vi ilk. The buys down there enine nenr makiiij,' it unanimous i II. i,f l'nlk shunters of Audrain consisted of only a few soreheads mid disappointed politi cians! V J. Bryan will head the Ne braska ileleRtttion to St. Louis unit edly pledjjcd to vole for reaflinna tion of the Kansas t'ily platform. The jiriniary was h.'ld Saturday. The day be-all with a lain and ended Willi a rain; the defeated candidates had jjood water up Salt Kiver. Mrs. J. W. Coakley, near Hush Hill, marketed dozen eirfrs during the month of April. At no more than ten cents ft dozen, do you Fee the income! E. C. tiraham, the new proprie tor f the Martinsburs Enterprise, called on the Miissai.k last Satur day. He is a genial gentleman nud n veteran in the news...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

AUDRAIN COUNTY'S OFFICIAL VOTE. SATURDAY, MAY 1904. MEXICO. Salt River Twp. SallnR Twp. Wilson Twp. Loutre Twp. Prairie Twp. Linn Twp. 'A r v. ft! Ml Ml c; S. ? i!8 a.s s CANDIDATES. -JTi 1' CB Oi Siil : 7 Culvre Twp. J? 3 jj? y : z s 1 : r : 5 : : : : :: I T : T i ?.... s .... : : : : , , 1 1 ! I ! ' I 1 I I For Uorernor: Joseph W. Folk James A Heed fkerelary of State: Sam li (Joolc L. II. Musifrave Judge 11th Judicial District J. 1). Barnett Comres : Champ Clark Conqressionid Committee-. "Dr. J. O. Terrlll John A. Guthrie Representative : Walter Burch C. T. Allen CoUcdor: W. H. McCuo r.. James W. Hall Thomas F. Koden Frank P. Carter Abe fcarlmore Mieriff: Price Johnson II. P. Mldflleton W. U. Ballew Frank James Proserutimj Attorney: Orlando Hltt John I). Orear Treasurer: W. H. Turner Asrcsmr : .1. W. Yafrer Kufus Jackson J. M. Slpple , Public Administrator: K. A. Shannon J. E. Jesse Coroner : C. T. Varnon Surveyor: It. S. McKlnney Judije Western District: Baker Barnes James A. Lew...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

Mexico Missouri Message 30 AS BEAU Publisher. tixico MISSOURI l. - Battleship appear to be equally dangerous to their crews the world over. Tibet will be benevolently assimi lated In time if Col. Younghusband's euximiinttion holds out. Most of the Russians have pretty good bunches of whiskers; still the Uoers weren't very lucky. There is a corner In coeoanuts. This will make it additionally bard for some people to pet a head. The chorus pir) who gave a f 3,000 dinner has a rich uncle. lie must be a regular old angel of an uncle. The phrase "wise money" Is often heard at the race track. It Is never no much in evidence as the foolish money. A Baltimore young man claims to h able to talk 6.1.040 words an botir. Ills political debut can not be long postponed. The ease of William Arple, charged with throwing an apple through a rtreet car window, Bhould be probed to the core. The Sultan of Turkey Is demon strating the possession of a backbone. Which brand of breakfast food has lie been ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

CLOUDBURST FLOODS SOUTHERN TEXAS TOGO GUARDS TROOPS; PORT ARTHUR ISOLATED THE NEWS RESUME THIBETANS FORTIFY HIGHWAY TO LASSA RUSSIANS DRIVEN BACK FR0M NIUCHWANG KDROPATKIN IN DANGEROUS POSITION Being a Condensed Story of the New of the Week. Ihe British Lin of Communication Is Threatened. They Claim Two Japanese Torpedo The Loss to Bailroad and Other Property Is Heavy. Viceroy Alexieff Has Suddenly Gone to Liao Tang. Boats Were Destroyed. FUNG-WANG-CHENG REPORTED FALLEN; London: A report brought by a mounted Infantry dispatch rider is to the effect, says the Times dispatch from OyangTse Fort. Thibet, that the further sldo of Karo Pass on the direct road to Lassa is strongly held by the Thibetans, some of whom were drawn from the late garrison of OyangTse Fort. The British reconnolterlng party, af ter crossing the summit of the pass and descending a short way, saw the road barred by a waft, and suddenly a heavy fire from Jlngals and European rifles -was opened, bullets striking the g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 May 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 12 1901 Terms of Subscription : Onr- ymr I.mi Sis Moiiilm mi Tliror Mfintlif 1". Atkinson win in IMinnis on Iiiihiicss l;ist week. Mr.. .Miity I'l'inxni i Ixunc frum a ihit in ('iiiiftiniiii. J.M. CantiTliuiy df Kniistis Cily arrived lure lust k on a visit to friends. Mis. J. A. in- mid litflr dnuplitfr if LiidJuiiij vi.-itfd Mis. J. M. Sl'oIm-p of Mi-xico Jnt week. Miss Mmv liTiifl ixtcl rt-l:.ti v in Lmiisiaiiii l.i-t week and attend- Ml tin elostui! i vivises ot Louisiana . I . m I -. Mrs. 1!. M. Row land and di'en of Mciiijiliis, Tenn.. are intr Mr. 1,'ou I,ini'. .aiei,t Mr. and Mrs. W. L. K-nt. cliil- i:t- In re, J. W. lluleii, ot Ceiilralia, liouclit out the int. lest of partner, !. W. l'ii kett, in hurdwaie business at place. has his the j on, and i hinder- j The hase-hall season hark! you hear the most remark: here's welcome to the rainy day which once we used to Maine; for eM-ry time we can not play wc do not lose a puin-." Priiice Pu Luii has lice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

STATE msTOHICAL 100 Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 19, .1904. NUMBER 29 it V HAPPENED and SOME 4.0CAL AND COUNTY Roweua parties ore hanline their hay to Centralis, getting 16.00 a ton. Win. Brice of East Lick this county is in Mexico under medical treatment. The infant child of Dr. C. VV. Austene ofRowena has been afflict ed with the measles. The work on the new Alton and Burlington passenger depot in Mexico is soon to be begun. Miss Ethel Bybee.of near this city, has been elected to teach again in the Peak district, near Santa Fe. Little Miss Dorothy Hume and brother, Joseph, of Vandalia will spend the summer with relatives at Auxvasse. Marriage license last Thursday was issued to Mr. Albert Burgess and Miss Maud Plybon, both of this county. B. R. Middleton at trustee's sale last Friday bought the Conrad Sannebeck dwelling and two lots in Mexico for $550. Alf Barnes of this city has pur chased a half interest in that big big Calla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

john burt II zssrssi Aatker af "The KMaepe MlIltnlrM," "blwl Mmi'l Doctrine," CtC OoPTRKsn-r. IOTJ, BT I All rights I ' OorvainKT, WH. Fumiu:! Upham Adams I marred I k. 1. Dlllll BlDDLI CHAPTER SIX Continued. "Isn't It good to bo an American?" asked Jessie, aa her hand mole Into John's. Just then a full-rigged ship, .making from Boston Harbor, spread !her satis and stood out past them. 'Jessie looked at her as Lnbeugrln might have looked at the swan, and mhiapered: "Wasn't It Ixngfellow who stood here and felt with us: "Mr ton In full of longing For the aecret of the pen: And the heart of the ttreal ncr-nn Senda a thrilling pulee through mr "Yes, JeRSle, not only Longfellow, but Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau and Ohannlng dreamed here," said John. But, Jessie, poetry makes poor feeding. I'm hungry." "So am I," laughed Jessie. "Come on, I'll race you to the Inn!" and she I prang to her saddle before John could asHlst her. ricking their way carefully down the steep hill, they reached the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

y ..,ira;.. ". ,--" "" ""-.iMi Miss M. Cartledge gives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is but one of thousands which prove that nothing is so't helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia E Pmkham s Vegetable Compound ."Dear Mns. Pinkham: I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkam's Vegetable Compound too highly, for it is the only medicine I ever tried which cured me. I suffered much from my first menstrual period, I felt so weak and dizzy at times I could not pursue my studies with the usual interest. My thoughts became sluggish. I had headaches, backaches and sinking spells, also pains in the back and lower limbs. In fact, I was sick all over. 44 Finally, after many other remedies had been tried, we were ad vised to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am pleased to say that after taking it only two weeks, a wonderful change for the better took place, ami in a short time I was in perfect health. I felt buoyant, full of life, an...

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