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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

COUGHS QUICKEST CURE GOLDS THE WONDER WORKER for rr AND THROAT I DR. KING S I LUNGS NEW DISCOVERY CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DI?. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Mm50cand$1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trill Bottles Fret SOLD AND If WIU BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. H YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer. Will Please You as it is seSected carefully & sold only at living [profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE.— Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection URT THE ii PMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID tfwiwuff V ADtfRt W.e.CRUSH 6.P.STA. DALLAS, TEX STICKER DO YOUR JOB WORK. WHV 8«ndof(for ** * * * Your work ?'ou o*n Have It don* n your eity Just as Q O O D A. WOLTERS.- blSTIIiWtC P# ciwcimoortl fc.SarWAXTI. 1. J.8CMWARTI S&waxts Bros * Pr«|rl«ttri ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

w V- l m '&■ f„u UttifiwHr AOiti Is'it Qua Russek INSURANCE 1 Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorlcL^j CYRIL PETER? r work of the first" order, Z/taymomd Win free, Sditor. ZPlain Words are Sver the 3$est. t : One ^Dollar 2/ear VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 14, 1906. NO. 44 I THIS IS THE MONTH To Buy that Summer Suit. Uhe chances are you have waited till this very month to Iay in your summer outfit. ZjAe chances are also yood that you haven*t made up your mind "where to 6uy. " jCet us heip you atony these lines. Loose fitting very stylish suit of a grayish mixture. Latest production $7.00 We also carry a very nobby suit in blue serge - $10.00 jfdd to these prices an extra pair of trousers> a suit of under clothes or some sooks and shirts and you'll leave well pleased. If you are interested in bright and catchy colors in summer neckwear, come and see our display next week DELIA'S TWENTY- FIFTH BIRTHDAY hi i tsBsassssm By Gertie De S. Wentworth-Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

p^4V Jf" fj* The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREB, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS Exploitation of the West. Five years ago we who lived in the lar west were wondering when the marvelous resources of our one-third of the United States would be discov- ered and exploited. To-day, says a writer in The Reader, we awaken to find our forests stripped, the places where we pitched our tents, built our smudges and fried our bacon and game made desolate by the steam saw and the freight car. The rivers where we speared our salmon and the rushing waters of the northwest where we cast our seine h&ve been made to fill the labeled tins of highly capitalized syn- dicates, until the preservation of the "sock-eye," the most delicious of all salmon, has become the subject of in- terstate conference. The immense plains, whose phenomenal productiv- ity made legends of our "Mussel Sloughs" and our "Yuba Dams," are . being turned into irrigated plaisances, into trolley-strewn highways, into the dense ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

1'CABE REPORT BEARS OUT NEILL AND REY- NOLDS IN ALL ESSEN- TIAL PARTS. 8ays Many Diseased Animals Are Not Shipped to Markets Where Inspec- tion Is Maintained—President As- serts the Investigations Have Not Been Finished. Washington—The department of ag- riculture report on packing house con- ditions in Chicago, otherwise known as the McCabe report, was sent to congress Friady by President Roose- velt. While not 30 sensational as the Neill- report, it bears out the latter document in all essential details. John Mobler, chief of the patholog- ical division; Rice P. Steddom, chief of the inspection bureau, bureau of andinfal industry, and George P. Mc- Came, solicitor of the department, sign the report. The Advantage of Inspection. A part of this report is a letter dated April 5, 190G. from A. D. Melyin, chief of the bureau of animal industry, in which he says, commenting on the sanitary conditions: "From personal observation I know that sanitary conditions at abattoirs, where this bur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

Zhc Sticker. RAVMIND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Sohulenburg postofflce as ©cond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONSi.oo PER ANNUM The Stickbh Invites the public to keep it posted concerning: the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visltiag you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of It. But be sure to sign yeur name to it as an evidence of Its genuineness. THURSDAY. JUNE 14, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Colquitt seems to be the Fay- ette county candidate. He is a good man. This is exceedingly hot weather. The crops are suffering for rain and a good refreshing rain would mean much to our farmers. , ' — / W. J. Bryan without a doubt will be the democratic nominee for presidency in 1908. It is almost unanimous among the leaders. The the third time may be the charm. We acknowledge with thanks a season ticket which eutittles us to all the priyileges of the "Breakers Bath House" at Galveston and we w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

ESSR? v> HI* % ■ HM* HORN EE'S J€n up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 'Dress Soods in plain white> figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 7)imity, <jtc. Steady to Wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silfc and jCawn. 'Dress Skirts, 77?oh air and JCawn, Tffuslin Underwear, JPosiery, etc., S&elts, J^ans. Tfechwear, Combsets and Small wear at Prices to Suit any tPurse Call and be Convinced HO R N E BTS Xt.1Rei.HT REPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qniet Nominal. 101-2 Cotton Seed per lOQlbs _ 65 Corn #0 Bufter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table) - 15 Chickens (as to size)spring. ...... 101-212 l-2c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon - Do Lard 9 lb Cabbage 3-4e Potatoes, per 100 lbs 90-100 Onions per 100 lbs good unsalable 65 Butter Market No demand. Nominal Chlx firm, needed. Eggs: waek Cotton Declining always fresh at Frep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

THE LAND OF DEATH A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Cop/right, 1M06, by W. S. Edson.) Scriptural Authority.—Exodus 12:29- 66. 0 ONE in that gay throng in the palace that night realized the *deep unrest of Pharaoh. With feverish eagerness he threw himself into the festivi- ties, and seemed the gayest of the gay, but had there been any- one present free from the fascination of the brilliant scene, and with eyes to observe he would readily have de- tected underneath the king's gay ex- terior a nervous apprehension, and noted that in the depths of the spark- ling eyes which looked upon the scene there lurked an expression of fear and terror. And if one had watched him he would soon have no- ticed that not 'for an instant did he lose sight of his first born son in whose honor the brilliant function had been arranged. With an eagerness and intensity almost painful his eyes followed the young man's every move, and if for an instant he ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Help. gh« Hu Ctalded Thouiaads to Health.—. How Lydia E. Pinkham'8 Tcgetable Com* pound Cured Mrs. Alice Berryhill. ton AlicfBtrryhiii It is a great i satisfaction for a woman to feel, 1 that she can writq to another telling \<3t ^er most P"' ^ r II vate and confidenr tial details about her illness, ancj know that her let- ter will be seen by a woman only. Many thousands of cases of female diseases come be- fore Mrs. Pinkham every year, some personally, others by mail. Mrs. Pink- ham is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years under her direction and since her de- cease she has been advising sick women free of charge. Mrs. Pinkham never violates the con- fidence of women, and every testimon- ial letter published is done so with the written consent or request of the writer, in order that other sick women may be benefited as she has been. Mrs. Alice Berryhill, of 813 Boyce Street, Chattanooga, Tenn., writes : Dear Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 June 1906

it® COUGHS QUICKEST CURE GOLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT I DR. KING'S I LUNGS NEW DISCOVERY CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Prici 50c Mid $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottles Frw SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer J Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE.—^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ANGE 11 OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID # !^""hT7T: §r^C-*jri • ADDRE W.G.CRUSH 6.P.4TA. ■ . \ . v'- & STICKER V ' ? '' DO YOUR JOB WORK. WHV 8«nd off for W n I Your work r'ou oan have It don* n your eity Just mm Q O O D R. A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DIRECTORY 00 ISTIilIN6C<H • CINflMMlt *. watami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

7«as UalTsrslty AUSTIV \ M Qua R ussek INSURANCE 1 Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorlcLj ' 1 I -*% CYRIL PETER,1 # jfil work of Mr first' I^^jClass order. """V Sftaymomd Win free, Cditor. SP/a/n Words are Sver the S3 est • • -T-— One ^Dollar 2/emr VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 21, 1906. 'i 1 i NO. 45 #« * % I I THIS IS THE MONTH To Buy that Sumner Suit. %v\- \ ■ ; ■;' - TJhe chances are you have waited till this very month to lay in your summer - outfit. U/te chances are also yood thai you haven't made up your mind "where to buy.'' jCet us help you atony these tines. Loose fitting very stylish suit of a grayish mixture. Latest production $7.00 We also carry a very nobby suit in blue serge $10.00 jfdd to these priees an extra pair of trousers, a suit of under clothes or some socks and shirts and you'It leave wot I pleased. : s / If you are interested in bright and catchy 5 colors in summer neckwear, come and see our display next week A pretty good pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

"V:' - - ■ -¥~^~ The "' Schulenburg Sticker / RAYMOND WI FREE, Editor ! ^ ^C'MtefeNBUBG, - TEXAS FRUIT AND TRUCK Bryan Potato Shipment. Bryan.Tex., June —The Brazos County Truck Growers' Association made a carload shipment of Irish po- tatoes. to. Chicago last night via the Houston & Texas Central. There were M' a number of contributors to the ship- ment, which was made under the di- rection of Mr. W. 0. Sanders, Prof. . E. J. Kyle and I. M. Cook. The car was sold on the track in Bryan at 80c per 'bushel to Mr. W. M. Cox of Bren- ham, representing H. Woods of Chica- go and 'brought for the growers about $360. There is probably another car available for shipment in the county. ■* Alvln Tomato Shipments. Alvin, Tex., June 5.—Despite the long drouth that is prevailing through- out this section, the truck growers are ' shipping quantities of tomatoes and other vegetables. Froberg Bros, are among the largest tomato growers and for several days during the past week they have mar- kete...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

§|p^ 111 c ,':1 I Ki FOR MEAT INSPECTION H0U8E COMMITTEE OPPOSES BEVERIDGE AMENDMENT. FOR JOINT STATEHOOD OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRI- TORIES TO BE ONE STATE. Presents a Measure of Its Own, Which the President, It Is Said, Will Oppose. Washington—A meat inspection amendment to the agricultural appro- priation bill has been completed by the ho,use committee on agriculture, and will be known as the Wadsworth substitute for the Beveridge amend- ment. The important features of the legislation are that it places the cost of the inspection on the government and makes an annual automatic ap- propriation of $2,000,000 to pay the expenses. President Not Pleased. The president has set the seal of his unqualified disapproval upon the measure. Chairman Wadsworth sent a copy of the new proposition to the president, and he received from the president a letter in which the latter in unmistakable terms makes it plain that it is totally, absolutely and in every essential particular unsatisfac- tory to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

I... , fjf;.'.;.. .. • :,,-. ■ HI Zbe Sticker. MriMII WINFREE, Eiitir art Publisher Bater*4 at the Sohulenburg poatofflce tceai-eUas matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Si.oo PER ANNUM Tn iTicrs* inrltes the public to keep it •••ted concerning the goinfs and comings of the town. It yea are learlng town or have trten4« rislUsg you or departing, drop us a Use that we may make note of It. But be sure i year name to it as an evldenoe of its leaeai. to sign; genua* THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1900. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For -President1908. i : ANNOUNCEMENTS. J?or State Senior. We are authorized to announce^ D. A. Paulas as a candidate for re--ele c- tion for senator of the 18th senr.tor ial district eabject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gus Heilig as a candidate for ele ction for senator of the 18th sejaatoral district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in Jaly. AN ACCOMPLICE. J'or Representative The Sticker is authorized to an- nounce C. J. von Ros...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

& 1 m- r mim %' J & Hp RF* Rft: " v5: /[v.. - m mm O R N E R ' S jfn up-to-date tine of Spring and Summer Dress Soods in plain white, figured jCaivns, Organdies, Crepe> dimity, Ctc. t Steady to life ar Soods. jCadies' Embroidered ll/aists, Silk and jCawn. Dress Skirts, 77?oh air and jCawn> 77}u si in Underwear, Jfcosiery, etc., S&elts, J?ans. Jfec/cwear, Combsets and Smalt wear at Prices to Suit any Purse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S JIMBUr RJBPORT. Tfc* following la the market report aa compil- ed tor H. Homer, and chanted weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prioea paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cottea new per lb qalet Nominal. 10 Cottm feed per lOOlbe - 55 Cora - «5 Eg|e ... „ 7 Butter (cooking) - - 7-12 Batter (table) — 15 Chlokeaa (as to alse)aprlng...... 10clb Rooetore 12 1-a Turkejra per lb Nominal Bacon.... 80 Lard. 9 lb Cahbago —a-4c Potatoee. perlOOlba .. ... eO-'JS Dnioaa per 100 lba good unsalable 66 Butter Market No demand. Nominal Chlz weak. Eggo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

OUT OF BONDAGE, A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher Scripture 13:17-22. (Copyi iguc, 1906, by W. 8. J2dson.)||jf;? Authority:—Exodus 12:37-39; OSES felt appre- tensive. That morning early as he had returned from the palace, the Egyptians had watched Mm fur- tively, and he had overheard remarks as he passed which led him to believe that they were planning some surprise upon the Hebrews. It was but nat- ural that the Egyptians in their grief, for there was no house where there was not at least one dead, should charge the calamity which had fallen upon them to Moses and his people. In fact, it was known generally that Moses had warned the king that unless he would let the Hebrews go the hand of their God would be heavy upon the land of Egypt, and so in that awful midnight hour, when death claimed the firstborn in every household and the living in wild terror were wailing over their dead, the cry went up every- where: "It ,1s the venge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

rf; > IIKUKg TONIC TREATMENT Wok Stomach and Sick Headache Curad by Dr. Williama' Pink Piila. The symptoms of stomach trouble Vary. Some victims have a-ravenous appetite, others loathe the sight of food. Ofteu (here is a feeling as of weight on the chest, a foil feeling in the throat. Sometimes the gas presses on the heart and leads the sufferer to think he has heart disease.. Sick headache is a fre- quent and distressing symptom. A weak stomach needs a digestive tonic and that there is no better tonic for this purpose than Dr.Williams' Pink Pills is shown by the statement of Mr. A. C. Merrill, a mining man, of "Oueala, Calif., a veteran of Battalion C, Third U. S. Regular Infautry. " I had never been well since I left the army," he says, "alwayshaving had trouble with my stomach, which was weak. I was run down and debilitated. Could keep nothing on my stomach, and at times had sick headache so bad that I did not care whether I lived or died. My stomach refused to retain even liq...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 June 1906

GENERAL DIRECTORY COUGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT I DR. KING'S I LUNCS NEW DISCOVERY ti CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, 111., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING's NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." MetSOcind $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! TiMOtttteFm SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ii omfort our first consid ADORE W. 6.CRUSH 6.P.4TA yo JOB WORK. WHV Sand off for W fl I Your work J'ou ean havs It dona n your elty fust M Q O O D R. A. WOLTERS. a. awfABTa. i. i.ianrun Sohvarti Broi ■ 1 vprwswvv w I. X Uveey and food Statics, Mm -■- Km tmm, fcy. fc* mi Xxahsngs Horsss,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

■ v? §t53v!--V-. y* . fe;-,.- §£ mij |fe;'. K's ' I#; 1 :-r '7. iLTi-.:-ju -.1 ■■ Pill®!!!! .*•§. ;,. r >x . ISP fi WP< S - - ".TXT- '*■•> .. V> ■ - ^ " '^"•#•-1 -^T :-f-r -s /;y '" tlttt ;-.. - ' "A • v r\v^'% J OusRussek 8 HP g Representing the leading ^Companies of the World^j t/laymomd Win free, Get it or* i ip I1 CYRIL jftl work of M# | ore/or. •••■■■■liMiaMI'' ZPtain Words are Sver the S3 est. VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, JUNE 28, 1906. To THIS IS THE MONTH Buy that Summer Suit. Uhe chances are yeu have waited till this very month to lay in your summer outfit. U/ie chances are also good that you haven't made up your mind ffwhere to buy." jCet us help you atony these Itnes. • • • • Loose fitting very stylish suit of a grayish mixture. Latest production $7.00 We aiso carry a very nobby suit in blue serge Jidd to $10.00 trousers, socks and shirts pleased* these prices an extra pair of a suit of under clothes or some and you'll leave well If you are in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAlS ALL OVER TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. TKE LATEST CONGRESSIONAL COMPLAINT# Dallas will hereafter use stone and concrete in bridge and culvert work, Instead of wood, wherever possible. T. L. Wren and George B. Zimple- man are having a contest over the Austin postmastership. A strong flow of gas was found at a depth of 11 feet in a well being dug for. water a few miles west of Brown- wood. Birdville once the county seat of Tarrant County, has been abolished as a postoffice, having been supplanted by the rural route. A Hill County farmer thinks he has found a new cotton enemy, and speci- mens of the bug have been sent to the State entomologist for examination. Larry Chittenden, the ranchman poet of New York and Texas, is now in the Burmudas having "the time of his life." Persistent rumor now has it that the Santa Fe railroad will not go into Wa- co over the Cotton Belt track, but that instead the tracks of the Texas C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

Between Pharaoh and the Sea FIRST—In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY 8F THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1906, by W. 8. Edson.) Scripture AuthorityExodus 13:17-14:9. He; two men be- hind the rock watched intently the unusual activi- ty in the camp of the Hebrews, for two days now they had been lollow- ing them, and when they had pitched their camp at Etham at the edge of the wilderness they had said: "It is now they (will offer their sacrifices unto their (Bod, as they told Pharaoh it was their purpose to do." Then night had settled down and ithey had waited until th* morning ex- pectantly, wondering just what the text move of tne Hebrews would be biter their ceremonies had been con- cluded. These two spies had been seat by Pharaoh to observe the movements pf the Hebrew people, and it had been with much wonder, mingled with awe, that they had beheld the strange cloud hovering over them and seemingly moving before the great c...

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