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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

THE WEEKLY OBMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC 31. 1 08. ' Compare Our Jewelry \ watches, etc., with any and it will not suffer by the com- parison. In fact we invite you to make the test in full con- fidence that our jew- elry cannot be ex- celled in quality or undersold in price. So make all the comparison you like. You'll do your jewelry buying here in the end. 'The House of Quality" D. GOODIN Established 50 Years. The [long winter even- ings you will want to read. Get some Glasses from J. F. COLE The First Christmas Service LUKE 2, 8-17 With Seott & Newsomc 9 years in MeKinney McKinney, Texas Use the Sherman -Dallas Interurban For your Hourly Service" V. B. ONEAL, Agent. S. P. GF A., Dallas. JAS. P. GRIFFIN, G. P. A. TIMK-TAHLK. Hlieroutn-Dallas Intcriirhnn. iadl lure North Hound. Cars arrive thirty-three minutes after the hour. First ear leaves for Sherman and intermediate points a. m. I.ast ear 1 1 : 33 p. m. South Hound. Cars arrive ten minutes after the FlrBt ears leave for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

Hif h second-class mall matter To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin •f the paper or on the wrapper Indi eatee the time to which your aub> •eiiptlon la paid. All subscriptions expire on the flret of the month. Any eubecrlber not receiving the paper regularly will pleaae notify ue. We do not send receipts for money paid on aubecriptlon, but credit came on ellp attached to paper; If credit Is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify Ihls office. Good roads add to the value of farm lands. Had you ever thought about It? If you would be a voter in elec- tions that may be held during 1909, you must pay your poll tax by Feb- ruary first. Pay your poll tax by all means. You will need it. Several Important elections will no doubt be held in old Collin during 1909. Claus Spreckles, the California sugar king. whoBe death has just oc- curred, leaves an estate valued at from $-10,000,000 to $50,000,000. An Interurban from McKlnnoy to Bonham vlu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

THIS WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OA7.ETTK THURSDAY. DRC. tl. 1 "R. HU<X'K8H OF COUNTRY LAV. .UUt Klghtren year*, Joe W. IW rne* Take Well Karurd IM. Kg to Attention of The Dully Courler- Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Ga- aette readers itt called to the page announcement of Joe W. Barnes, who retire* from the grocery busi- ness Jan. 1st. For eighteen yearn Joe has nerv- ed the McKinney grocery trnrto, starting when a mere lad clerking • for Fox it Love. By perseverance. Industry, courteous mnnner and Kood business judgment. he grew and prospered until he became the head of one of the largest retail gro- cery stores In North Texas and de- cided to retire for no other reason than to rent and enjoy a well earn- ed vacation. His good will and bus- iness parties into the hands uf his partner. Will C. Oerrlsh. who asso- ciates himself with Cliff Kmeraon two other of McKlnney'a most thriv- ing young business men. Joe fur- ther announces his intention of re- maining a citizen of McKinney and continuing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

1909 GREETING 1909 Our 1908 business hus been most satisfactory ami we desire to thank the good people of M< Kinney und Colltn county for their liberal patronage. With thanks to all for every favor and with 1909 greeting*, allow uh to nav that we enter the New Vear with a more choice stock. with better ability to serve and pletuie In price than ever before. During 1909, when in need of anything in our line. Come to tHe Big Store Jewelers *•* rooksellers-mckinn<ey tex The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter 11. Wilson, Bdltors, Publishers and Proprietors, ftamner Lansdale, Associate Editor. Entered an second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription 1b paid. AH subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for mone> paid on subs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBTTE, THURSDAY. DEC :• I. I SOS BUYING SHOES HERE IS A PLEASURE both to you and to your pocltetbook. The utmost of ihop vttlu«- -courte- ous salesmen the latest styles—an Immense stock the knowledge that we stand behind every pair of shoes sold all tend to give you (hnt con- fidence and comfortable feeling. A HAPPY NHW YEAR to one and all Is the wish of Collin county's oldest established exclusive shoe store. Suttie's Shoe Store Huttle Hlock. Mcliiiiuey, Texas. SHOES s K FOR 1909 : Our Shoes will bring happiness to i: your feet 365 days in the New Year. | Try 'em-let us sight you. J. A. Waters THE SHOE MAN. McKlnney, Texas. % '/ An Easy Titne to contemplate the New Year resolutions is (he time you are sitting in one of our comfortable chairs before the open fire. OUR ST< >< Iv RHK( )I Jt TI< )N is to carry a stock of furniture that will meet our customers' needs in every way price, style and good wearing uualilles. You will see if we keep it. J. P....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

giin ■HP Wf: —L.- - -LW . ||®i THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZET TE. THUR8DAY, DEC. 31. l 08. m Wr 10 Pfe-Inventory 10 BIG BARGAIN DAYS in BIG BARGAIN 1 DAYS in II1 The Cause of This Butchery. Get Ready! Come! III $20,000.00 S STOCK PRICES, COST, PJK $20,000.00 OF FORMER Illllllllll.. COMMENCING FRIDAY, JAN. 1, AND CONTINUING UNTIL SATURDAY JAN. 9 The best and greatest values on chance like this to save at least and see with your own eyes and hundred miles to visit this sale, raiment at such a trifling cost, to be placed on sale. earth now stares you in the face. Can you, in justice to yourself, overlook a one-third the pi-ice you will be obliged to pay for high grade dry goods. Come be convinced this will be a sale without a parallel. It will pay you to come a Never again will you have such a golden opportunity to dress in such rich The prices we quote below are only a few of the many thousands of bargains Remember No Postponement. The Sale Will Positively Close in 10 Days. All Goods Guara...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

*> fe THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC 31. 1908. WESTMINSTER. WILMhJEH. V Cud Ray of McKlnney wu here on ftbe 2 6 Inst. Juojbb Davis spent the holiday* In Coryell county. Mr. and Mra. Hoylo of Celinu were h«rj on the 26th tilev. G. M. Cook of McKlnney wbh her® on the 2Gluat. C W. Capp aud fumily spent Christmas at Kate. G. W. Howell, our harbor, spent Christmas In Virginia. Quite a number of our people are suffering with la grippe. Forbln McGee of Chumbliss. spent the 24th and 25th hero. Mm. Chun. ThonipHon visited her sister in Uklahoruu recently. John McAnully, wife und baby, of Anua apeni the holidays here. Mrs. A. Cooper spent the holidays in Tenneasee with her mother. Tom Foster of Blue Ridge was with home folks her® Christmas Thwe were services ut both churches Sunday, conducted by their lasiors Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carmlchel of [Dallas visited home folks during the Ihofti^ys. Ill Kerr who has been in Young ounty for two months, came home [Christmas. Joe Godwin ami ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

HHHHHIHHHI ■ ' .-'.'.v A-f,:. : r:iitLj..\ 'fit j Planter h ulil t«* th« •ttlwrtor im>ril of Our " urthrru Grown •n«i>L orrm *OFt 10 CENTS *• Will HflUll ur FAMOUS COLLECTION "-a, I Wtfi ... t kl kl hM<<< . IU rl-l UlIM) . , , U( hM> i t r «*•<!• • . JL IIN n4 14 onto to Mp pay «nd '• lb* ! • • "Panou > ■JUfkUo," W >w ftit'l Intlturtlva <>mriim Huldi NOKTHKRN KKKIl CO. Itwkford. IllliioU INITIATION AND BANQUET St. John's Lodge No. 51, A. F. iind A. M . of tHIk city, celebrated Its fifty-ninth anniversary Saturday night with one of the largest meet- Infra In the history of Collin county Masonry, followed by an elaborate banquet. As many ns fifteen Mas- ters and about two hundred and fifty craftsmen were In attendance. Sam K. Hamilton, l'ast Grand Master of Texas, conferred the third degree In Masonry on a candidate, assisted by members of the craft holding certifi- cates. Local members, as well as the many visiting craftsmen, enjoy- ed the splendid wo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTK. THURSDAY, DKC. St, 1908. R A. & M. COLLEGE Fl'lili RENDITION. The offer made by Mr. T. B. Wll- pn to donate a nuntflMDt body of ck land for the establishment oi* Agricultural and Mechanical Col- jfo in Collin eounty, under condl- )iib thnt seem to open the propoel- >11 to McKlnney, should be reeelv- wlth uulveraal Interest by this ty. There has never been a propo- tlon of the kind offered to the ^unty before. Thin Is the largest (nation ever given by an Indlvld- il for education In f'ollln county, will rank iih one of the large dona- >i>8 of the entire Union to that line education now most in the mind the intelligent world. [Our county in In the middle tier of ick land counties. It has the jst uniformly rich and black soil any county in Texas, and at a it|r when we are discussing the teaching of agriculture and mechan- ic our schools and the establish- lent of rural high schools over the juntry. where agriculture shall he iught, this project...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

,1" THB WEEKLY DgMOCRAT-OAZBTTB. THURSDAY, DBC. 11, I 08. " HOTEL BURNED AT PROSPER Prosper, Texu«. Dec. 30.—The hotel here owned by C. C. Maynard was destroyed by Are yesterday. The building and contents wore val- ued at about IS500. with Insurance of about $3000. Throuuli the efforts of a number of citizens some of the contents, In- cluding furniture and bed clothlnK. were saved. Tin- origin of the Are Is unknown but about the time the lire wus discovered somu kind of an ex- plosion was heard It Pays to Advertise. That it pays to advertise, any uier- vhunt who has done «. Intelligently and systematically will aillrm There Is not much use III laying in an attractive stock of goods vlth pleasing prices unless an effort. Is made to acgualnt the public with the opportunities to satiny wants. So with a city. C<imTK tlti«>n between municipalities is keeu today, and, other thlnKH being equul trnde drifts to that Hty which can longest at- tract the popular ear and eye. This was the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

' !,fs t + / V ■' r"; w ?',***• *m ' "• V" 'ft ': ; ®()e tDeehlj Skmocrat-gfatttte •FIFTH YKAH, NO. 49. McKINNKY, OOLL1N COUNTY, TEXAS, TIUItKDAY, JAN. 7, lOOV. ONR DOLL A It 1'Klt YEAII m curtain falls in early life That was a sad spectacle nt the Emerson Cottage Monday morning, nd the "little white hearse" waa ealiod into use, bearing away to Pe- •* can Cemetery all that waa mortal of ' a little child actress who has trod the mimic stage for ihe last time; who baa exchunged paint, powder and mako-up box for brighter gar- ments in the land beyond the skies. Monday of last week the Jack Bm- srson Stock company hegau a week's engagement at the McKlnney opera house. Coming with them as mem- bers of the company were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rayard Steers, and their little five-year-old daughter, Jane Marjorle-Rauka Steam. Friday tlfe Now Year's matinee was canceled by the company on account of the Ill- ness of the little girl, she having keen taken seriously ill on Friday morning. Little Jane...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

tAT-GAZKTTK. THUKfiUAY, Si Eat What want of the food you need Kodol will digest it. Ton need % sufficient amount of food wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest It. Else you can't gain strength, nor can you strengthen your stomach if It is weak. Tou must eat in order to live and maintain strength. You must not diet, because the body requires that you eat a suflic- tent amount of food regularly. But this food must be digested, and it must lie digested thoroughly. When the stomach can't do it, you must take something that will help the stomach. The proper way to do Is to eat what you want, and let Kodol di- gest the food. Nothing else can do this. When the stomach is weak it needs help; you must help it by giving it rest, and Kodol will do that. Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today, and purcltase a dollar bottle, and if you can honestly say, that you did not receive any benefits from It, after using the entire bottle, the drug* gist will refund your money to you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

TITP W'PPKIV nPMOrjMT.'l 7i.'Trr runisiuv I * \ T mutt N\ STATE MEETING OF TEACHERS Nusiin fit di*h f >r t: ciatiou have t Pi*>1 ji lull 1 Tli following of Siute Teachers' Asho- ted ■Miperint'udent || F DR. TERRILL'S BOOK On Mm- Special and Pelvic Dla«aiwH ( " uliai i<i the Mule Sex Ik (onieded l>> every man who ha* rend it in he easily the lien: and most (omproheu- wive work of ith kiu<l ever writ- ten It des rlbes in plain, wimple language such disease.*, as Strict lire. Varicocele, <'on- t-UgioUK Blood i'uisoii, I Manhood. Seminal KitiisNltins, I iiliulitr.il IMuius or l>e\ch p- ineiit, Hydrocele, < utarrli, Kp- ilcpsy, IthcumufImiii, and alt Chronic Diseases of tin- Stoni* ueh, Kidney*. llhwider iut<l I'roslate (aland FOU M i : > Thin book tells you HOW to gel well HOW tn regain \ oni one-time vim, vlgoi and vital! tv. Will lie neni to you in a plain, staled envelope Alt SOLl'TKI.Y FRBK, and do nt forget to M ION TI ON THIS PA- PER. All Correspon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

r 131 . ' ^ ^ ; V ' i TfTI WBBKLT 'v •"* ^ >" 4 li- BEAUTIFULLY HEAVY! / 4 is the basket from our grocery. You are ^delighted | every time you see a delivery boy, for you know that y he is bringing good things for your enjoyment. | Fresh and Attractive Stock 4 always ready for our customers fat j bargain prices. ft Dry and fancy groceries, | fruits, "nuts, dried fruits, X fancy canned goods—all are here in abundance. £ 1 Emerson & Gerrish I J4 Groceries and Produce. McKinney, Texas. % Our friend W. T. Mitchell of neur 8tlff's Chapel, ronews for The Week- ly Deiuocrat-Gazette and Dallas News auoihur year—getting both dollar papers one year each for $1.76. There is not a man in Col- lin county held in higher esteem by those who know him best than does Dill Mitchell. Wiley & Anderson for your gro- ceries during 1909. 4t. ON 11ANK OF GOOD FORTUNE. Remittance llwclvod From Dr. W. F. Wolford of Allen. J. T. Carson, who recently had his address changed from McKinney route 4, to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

Ci O z < S. T. Hammond CTliarnmond -:>i'T. Joe Leonard PfH ^M'is *■ "r<j ■-**&■■ • -.aXi4 - - . - "c -. -• ijr '-*•- ■ ivS ■' '-<7* Z~' - r v K : I VlSfej • i*> ? '* ? ■ V- si ^ r ~ - -m ■ '• - '. "x rv.';.v. 1 Jpiri ■■rj*- / ■>-- '~- 4 «*l* 3S$ * -;"- • •- - • .-,/ ; ,v_ u «- „,. •■ -* v • ^ - ; - If On February 1st the S- T. Hammond Dry Goods Store, known as the Great I'air Store, will make a change in the firm. Joe Leonard will own a third interest in the business. We wish to thank the many good people of •McKinney and Collin County that have patronized us during the past, and if courtesy and close prices will gain your patronage, you will find it here. You may come to this store feeling assured that you shall never piy one cent more for an article than it's worth. READ ' READ t To make this one great bargain feast We have added thousands upon thousands of Mill Remnant Pieces at prices so low. Don't take our word for it but o-etone of the big circulars and b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

la . n**u*i-zu>tiris T- : ■■£ -i£ -|5 si -isy -i s II ■H AT COST Any Ladies Wrap during this sale at cost. See them. Boys Serge Suits, broken size Suits worth $6.50 to $7.50 too many kinds to mention all'stacked out during this sale at $4.35 Comforts on Sale Large size comforts good $1.25 values each Every Suit in this hou>e. Good $3 values. See them on sale as long as thty last suit = $1.95 Big lot Men's Pants, good pants fine $1. 75 values. Come and see for yours3If. All out in one lot at pair only , 1.29 Big lot Men's Fine All Wool Punts worth uf to $4.50. Every pair must be sold next 13 days at pr = 2.95 ====== Forced to Sell $5000 in the Next 13 Days. Carpenters want us to vacate so they can overhaul our store. We are going to have a big lot of improvements made and rather than pack things away we have decided to sell them at a tremen- dous low price. Remnant sales and cost sales will be nothing to compare witn this great sale. Watch and Head Hammond's big ad. It will be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

i HEXING 1909 si® % i i *.■■■■■ :Um* 4 UAi;kA^ «u < %. ' «**. THE WfSEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK, THURBPAY. JAN. 7. ltOt. Our I!i08 busluoKs hHt been mo t satisfactory and wr desire to thank the good people i f McKinney ami Collin county for tbt'M liberal patronage. With thank# to all for i vw,v fuvoi and w'f.i l UO't greetings, allow ib to say that we enter the New Year It it a more choice stock. with better ability t<> nerve and pi - in prtre than ever before During 1H09. when in need of any'hinu In our Hut*. Come to the Bis; Store Olt JdWGLt flSBOOKS£LL£pSrM, WH'E$ TpX- The Democrat-Gazctte PUBLISHED EVERY THl'RSPA Y. Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wllsou, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors, guiiiiicr I.anstlMle, Aasociate Editor. Entered an second-elusB mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper oi on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the tlrst of the month. Any subscr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

, w ^ vr ,.r- THE WEBKLY DKMOCRAT-GAZKTTK. THURSDAY, JAN 7. L 0 . I'.-S SUTTLE The Shoe Nan If you buy a sho- /rout Suttle you may be hitre that you will K«•' goo-1 shot* satisfaction. He handle* d flf<:"nt makes of shoes at different pries. hm they are all good shot's, ami will make >0111 feet kI*<I with i si * ami comfort II your f>x i Is hard to lit corie to Suttte's Shoe Store SIIMIc ItliM-k. McKilllicy, Texas. THK CONSIMKU. can do well by aakiug our prices before putting In Ills coal for the cool weather. He will got the beat by using the high grade McAllater coal that wo will send to bin order well screened and satisfactory in every respect, for either range, stove, furnace, grate or steam heater. Our prices for super- ior fuel is as low as you will pay for inferior grades else- where. MclilNNKY KI.KVATOlt CO. I'houe 112 1 lid In t..>l ! i i 9 ? ? t ❖ t x \ : NVe extend to endi one t>f our customers the In-art'e-t. yrei-tmil s for a I nippy and prosperous new...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

m married at blub kidgk. Sunday Wadding of Two Klderly ^ P« pl® mt That Plans. "Uncle" Jlmmle Morris has for a long time been considered one of the Invincible bachelors of the Blue Ridge community. He has weath- ered the storms and winters of years *nd was almost given up to die out of wedlock. On many occasions Cu- pid aimed his arrows at Mr. Morris' breast, but they fell broken at his feet, proving futile against the steel aruior of confirmed bacherlorhood. However. It's a long lane without a turn, aud a stony heart Indeed, which will not sooner or later find Its mate, und at Inst he capitulated to the siren songster who sings of love, and on Sunday led to the altar Mrs. Aikens of the Blue Hldge com- munity. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Francis, pastor of the Blue Ridge Methodist church. MONDAY. A. L. Johnson is here from Blue Ridge today. I Jack Sturdevunt of Farmersville is a McKinney visitor today. THE WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBTTK. THURSDAY, JAN 7, ltO aBSWBSgggaBWBBBBgff'"W~'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

FRIENDS OF FORTY YEARS T. R. Murray moat enjoyably tertuiucd the tinmbera.of ib« "For I y Y«wr Club" Dec SO, at hi* home, ibrtc nit lot- nout h of town. Tim club consists of friends of Mr. Murray of noi less than forty yearn' standing and uk th oy gathered around In* festal board to partske of ilit- splendid dinner that had been prepared by Mrs. Murray and other IwemlwM'H of the family or afterward xat in groups and dlscussd the stir- ring scenes of the tin h ami the hap- penings ul the past two score year*, no one could doubt their enjoyment of the occasion to the utnioat. Following In a Hat of the elttb members prfwnt, together with In- terest inn data concerning ouch: Watus Peiidergrasa. native of South Carolina. First South Caro- lina cavalry, eompany K. Hampton's brigade eanie in Texas in IKSftM. K. A Hnoy, native of Murray county, Tennessee. eompany •«, ftth Tennessee <*®valry, Riffle's regiment. Forrest's old brigade. Came to Tex ax in 1 K7o and has been living in Collin c...

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