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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 April 1902

v 1 100.000 DOZ EGGS mffltttfflmmfflmmfflmmimwmmmmtmmmfflimg I. 1 WILLIAMSON'S GREAT .... APRIL SALE Now in Full Blast! EGGS! $10 LAMP Given to the cus tomcrs bringing in the most eggs in April and May. MARCH SALES EXCEEDED OUR EXPECTATIONS AND WE PRO POSE THIS MONTH TO GIVE YOU BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER WANTED! And to the customer bringing us the most eggs in April and May we will give a $10 LAMP FREE. www ww W A A 11 It A 11 7 rcwani your iraae. we nave xne goods, we win will make the price. Special price on dry goods, !5!fJ shoes, gents' furnishings, queensware, and groceries. We mention a few prices below: DRY GOODS ETC. Coats' thread, per spool - - 4u Prints - ... 4C 20 pieces dress ginghams - lOe 58 inch bleached table linen - 2ac Good, heavy shirting - Tie Yard wide bleach cotton - oc B't overalls in town - oOe Good work shirts - 25c & 35c Kxtra values in shirts at - 50c Mohair Melrose dress goods in brown black and blue worth 75c now - - - 60c Henriettas, all colors - 25...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 April 1902

THE DEMOCRAT! tee in "i0"' a,,(1 ,,,at's l,e r i iasi or mem. W. J, ROUSE, Bailor. K. r. H1XSON. City Editor. 1 1 If vis $1.00 PHR YLAP I uctcd at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. as second-class matter. TH.EPIIONr: NO. 14. n THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1902 The reason is that the elec tion of senators by the people is not favored by the majority Of the Senate. P. D Until U. S. Senators are elected by the people such disgraceful scenes as those in Montana may be looked for and counted on. Un til they are elected by the peo Seed Potatoe Patterson. Sua hp & Mrs. J. M. Humphry ia visit lug in Hannibal And poor Mai is batching. Vint T. Strong, of Hannibal, wan in ihe city Thursday look ip: for a piece t horseflesh. You want money, we wanl butter and eggs and pay th highest price for ttiem. Sharp & Donley. Lord R'iseberry, former Bug lish premier declares against the prosecution of theBoer war and implies that Rhodes death ma If s peace possible. For Rent Brick store build in,, 2bx60 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 April 1902

The G. M, Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find itThre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, Hi oz. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. 80 throw your proj 11 d ice away, step in there to-day, You'll never regret it( don't you forget it. CTAR fllll KTR ,P offer for fa EBM nave a 77-YR. RECORD, BB TO built upon tho strong fotinda- BV Hon OI ' 1 U.111 L v. 1110 run a tt vj offer for fall 1901 and spring 1002 surpasses In oual- dox ana p; K it.cn tafo ar- ipon request. IT III": II"'"1 u Hf. H A V B-m.IL Dl U r: . ' 'of all previous years. rrtl I IM-lVin .guarantee paie ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stakk Knurr hook free 1 noon mm '" . . 1 mi'ui' 1 1 rTartlf lor SI ANA. MO. 11 it a V C ACM iill'1 WEEK andwantmore TVG rI aaleBmcn. Outfit sent free. iS Huntsvilte. Ala. FDatUTllle, N. V..eU. X' A Sbakespeaiean Classic r x FREE! you do not own a complete Shakespeare, t own...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 April 1902

CORRESPONDENTS. ! ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Newsy Items Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Cooperville. School meeting met April 1st and reflected B. I. Lear for scnooi director and George Howe for road overseer by a majority 1. Mi. Moilel. who has been on the side lis't is Able to be ii again. Mrs. Mary Howe, of Monroe Ciy. is Visiting at the home of her son. H. I. Lear. Mr. and Mrs. Price Griffith left Monday for a visit with Mrs Griffith's mother, Mrs, Judge Helton, near Hannibal John Shearman of Monroe City, accompanied by his broth er, George Shearman, of Cali fornia, were visitors In Cooper ville Saturday. D. B Walker and family, of Ely, visited H t. Lear and fam ily Sunday, and also Price Young and family, of Stone District Mrs W. J. McLeod was called to Monroe Wednesday by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Bernie Sandifer. Miss Elsie McLeod is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bernie Sandifer in Monroe. Mrs. Lou Go! ver...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VtL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1902. NO 3 HORNY HANDED Sons of the Soil Talked Corn Saturday. The crisp bright Saturday af ternoon was ipartially spent by the pencil pusher with the farmers of Marion, Ralls and Monroe counties who were on the streets of the Queen of the Piairies. Mos of them were thinking corn crop and some talking corn crop, plowing, planting some even went so for as to say: Well I've 10 or 20 acre's planted and 40 or 00 acres, as the case might be, broiie up. A good majority of them spoke of 30 or 40 acres as "lit tle patches" and of 30 to 60 acres ol oacs as "some oats." We hardly know whether to count Jim T. Umstattd as one of'em or not because his wife and boys will put iu 30 acres of corn. James Settle 80 acres, Bob Parsons 125 acres, John H. McClintic 150. There will be 240 acres on the J. B. Gray farm, Victor Hagan & Son are booked tor 105, J. M. Proctor & Son 85, William Jones 70. Joe Carrico and Jim Hagar w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

'-W.7-T1 ' L-fr r- '-T' iIni.inlhlBiaMMM e - - i .j i .ijj. -r. Y f ..J is WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS, LARD. ETC. Why BuSinL Grows Because the Fancy Groc ery line is cf a superior order and at the lowest prices. The staple line is of the most celebrated brands and Always Gives Satisfaction in Price and Quality, ii Hi it d It will be a pleasure 4 to us to wait upon 44 you or to fill your t 4 order by telephone. f "p 1 1 W 0 SHARP & DONLEY, TELEPHONE NO. 28. THE EDITOR'S TRIALS. In a Country Newspaper Sanctum. Er rors In Local Items Man Who Tries to Work His Ad. Free. I'aptT road before the Wisconsin IVcss association at Milwaukee March "-7 by Arthur Franokenberg, editor West Bend (Wis.) Demo crat. It affords me great pleasure to be with you to day. The meetings of this association that I have attended have not only been a source of informa tion, but of recreation as well. Although 1 may not be able to tell you anything new or start ling upon the subject I have ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

BOYS! yLLof your friends read or at least tliey should read The Monroe City Democrat i 71 JL V K. Vjr E I because it gives the church l ORCTWTAT T i news, the lodge news, the so- rfit: cial news, the local news, the You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable ft (f Yl domestic news and the political news. It tells of friends absent, of friends who will be absent, of strangers coming in whom you will be interested in. It gives the marriages, the births and tells frequently of the loss of a friend It works for ever' interest of Monroe City and vicinity, therefore for your in terests. It is yoi health and happiness irienct wneu you are in sorrow, with you through ;, life and leaves you onlv at the grave and then with a gentle kindly remembrance. When vou don't subscribe, you are depriving yourself of a greater bene fit than $1 can be to the editor. Get eight (8) new sul scribers to the Democrat, bring the names and money this office and the watch 's yours. If you get delinquent 10 pay up arre...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. U. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR f mered at the poet office t Monroe City, Mo as second -clau matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1902. In Gov. W. J. Stone the peo ple have a man who will ably fight for the rights of the plain people. The Filipinos have proven that they love liberty, they have earned their liberty and should be a free people. If the United States desires to be entirely neutral let her stop the British War supply depots in the United States. There should be many more industries like the handle fac tory in Monroe Cily It gives employment to several hands and brings considerable money tO'Our city. The masses must pay more federal tax in order that the ship owners may receive a sub sidy, and yet these ship owners have for years been making a greater per cent on capital in vested than are our farmer friends. Never while the world lasts will the Filipinos be in sym pathyjwitlpor have any.love for America so long as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

I Great Clothing: Values. 1 t s yr ; E consider the word value to 3 I!214 be a combination of excellence 3 of quality and reasonableness of price and when we say . . . .35 Great I Clothing 3 Values 3 we mean an extremely low price at- tached to men's and boys' clothing :2 of unquestionableness all around ex- cellence. Our stock is large and z5 varied and embraces all the leading 3 novelties in cut and weave. ... 3 JNO. J. ROGERS. I Cowoeds and c;ine seed for I sale at. A. H. GttEEN S. Hart Schaffiier i ail or' Wade Clones W. N. Maddox was a business visitor in the Gem City Satur day. Miss Bertha Nichols was a guest of Hannibal friends Saturday. The Burlington pay car made the boys at the Joe depot hap py Saturday. Keep this mum. "Will Brown is thinking seriously of moving to EUberry. Mo- Don't fail to see the elegant sample line of Wall Papers at J. J. Pitzpatrick's. Carl Jaeger came in nff of the road Saturday to spend Sunday with his family. Butter and ejrgs bring y iu the most mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

v t m I in II''. '' il i ffe la erierauoii Ago Coffer: could only be bought in bulk. The iloth Century way is the Uo o. way sealc ! packages, al ways correct in weight, clean, fresh, uniform and retaining its rich flavor. THE I ;EA OCRAT W, .1. KOUhK, Editor. R. P. HIXSON. city Kditor. Do your clothe: look yellow? MAPLE CITY BELF-WASHING SOAP u awhos tln-m snow white. SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth Reading From The Atlanta Ga Constitution. "What's the use in taking the children to the menagerie," said Brown, "when there are two bear skins in the front hall, the remains of a leopard sprawled in the parlor, a stuff- ed alligator in the lihary, and seven birds on your mother's bat, at $10 a bird!" itnms $I,00''ER YfcAK f vtttefl t ths pun im at Monro city, Mo. ; np M'r'oud-rlRFi mutter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. APRIL 17. 1902. We are in receipt of a letter from Miss Agnes Young, form erly of this city but now one of the expert stenographers of the Sattley Mfg. Co. of St. Louis She writes, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

The G, M, Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Fird itThre. Ami then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, lo. oz. to the pound, They willingly correct errors wlierever they are found. So throw your prejudice awny. slop in there to-day, You'll never regret it, don't you forget it. CTAR mil m m m r rival K TREES offer for fall 1901 and Biri Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon the strong f ounaa tion of Quality. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product niV rDdfUIT box and pack free, of all previous years. TtC W I lALIVIB I , guarantee safe ar- . truarantee entire SailSianion. btakk. ruin- mm iree u "m reuucai,. ' r" . n.r M . IAIIIOIIU1 UK Wa PAY CkSM !"?!! arraiuim A-.a: DansTille, N. Y.,t, A Mospiean Classic j FREES! JkF you do not own a complete Shakespeare, or if you J own a complete set and the notes are not sufficient I Iv full and clear, if there are no satisfactory Glos vj wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 April 1902

CORRESPONDENTS. 1 Niwsy Items Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. Renssslaer. Miss Aiwa dumUaed herachool Inst Friday. Md will soon return to her home. V. Li cjontry and Lindsay Minor 8i'iit .Sunday in New London. Rev. Travi will dismiss the Acad emy next Friday. A rwtptlon at the DOArdiOK house will follow the dos ing exerolatw at the lohooli and the next day the young latlies who have spent tin' wint -r ihi-re will depart for their several homes. Dr. F. L. Ferguson of St. Louis who baa buuo spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Finley will leave Tuesday for home. Dr. T. Gallataer and Kev. J. K. Travis will attend IV'shytory at Ka-1 hoka this week. In the absence, of j both ministers, the usual Wednesday evening prayer meeting will be omit ted. Miss MaHba Lane very pleasantly entertaHfcd the young people at dt home near Wither Mill last Friday evening, a most enjoyable time was spent, anil M iss Lane was voted r most ohartning hostess. B. O. Wood, says be would like ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

jnonroe y democrat. Vt)L. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1902. NO 4 YOU SHOULD VOTE "YES" ON THE ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSITION GOOD HORSES. Many Were On The day. Street Satur Saturday last was horse show day in Monroe City. Several fine horsee and jacks were on exhibition. The saddle horse, the driver and the heavy draft horse were all here and thus we have all classes of horses and they are good ones too. Some years ago the low price of horses caused tnanj farmers to quit breeding but it has since been demonstrated that by so doing they made a serious mis take and there is now and al ways will be good money in raising good horses. The horses shown here Saturday convinced anyone that our breeders want the best. In heavy draft hones there on exhibition the tine impoited Belgian Stallion Bangala which makes the season at Ed Long mires barn, Solide, an excellent imported draft horse owned by the Warren Township Draft Horse Co., was on exhibition. This horse makes the season...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

THE DEMOCRAT vv. I. rouse, Editor. R, t, BIX BON, City Editor. r i-:rms $1.00 PER VfiAH . ten 11 in the it office at Monroe City, nil WCQHfl-clMI matter. Mo. TtLF.PHONF. NO. u THURSDAY. APRIL LM. 1902. Mrs. Boone, of Ely. was shop ping in this city Thursday. Hon- S. North was over from nil home near Perry Thursday. Ladies who iiiwe used MAPLE CITY SELP-WASHING SOAP will testify to its mertU1 Mrs. H. 8. DicUersou. of Bowen, III., is the guest of her sister. Mrs Mary A Owen. Every ounce of MAPLE CITY SELF WASHING SOAP hM waahtng -value, which madea it cheapett to buy. Walter Upton was up from Hannibal Thursday. His moth accompanied him home. The famous eaay wnaber, MAPLE CITY SELF-WASHING SOAP, works perfectly in hard water. The Burlington R. R. lias con traded for fifty new locomo tives to cost 850,000. Bro. Cleek, of the Shelbina Torchlight, made t tie DEMO CRAT a pleasant call Thursday. If troubled by n weak dicestlon, Ions of ap. petite, or cnnstliaton. try a lew doses of cham ber...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

WH-- The G, M. Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find itThre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, 1(5 oz. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. So throw your prejudice away, step in there to-divy, You'll never regret it, don't yon forget it. 1 ! SOME BRIGHT JEWELS V?" Rome rr in in reteni sjjcclu iu mc House, Hon. T. J. Selby, in his peroration compare the Repub lic with Rome, presenting a pictureof the way imperialism Mr. Worth Reading From The Atlanta, Ga.. Constitution. xuc v,.,.t..Ku i,uc, ; ruined that mighty power votes for the instant suppression jg lb said t. UI in ill (Ji Liir iuii ini; CTflR M It K TREES Ity the product niv rmririJT box and pack free, 11 previous veara. TTC Trtl I ULIUH I rival, guarantee entire satisfaetioB. Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon the strong founda tion of Quality. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual- guarant...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. initiative part of the system Is also provided for on certain i Improvements. W. L. Bond and his men are questions There is a growing! putting up a handsome colonial reRMS $1.00 PER YEAR titercd at the pot office at Monroe City, Mo. an lecond-clui matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. APRIL 21. 1902. i seutiment in tavor ot tne ap mh ,iinu ui me miiiauve diiu referendum because it protects the people from misrepresenta tion at the hands of their pub lic servants and makes the gov ernment more responsive to the Wlsbe of the people. Bryan's Conrroner. All trust made goods should be placed on the free list. The people would like to know what is goin on behind the flag in the Philippines. There should be no discrimina tion by t!i government. If the ship owners are to receive a subsidy so should the fanners and all others. America, "the land of the free, the home of the brave, " trying to rule a people who have won and desire inde...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

r Lace Curtains! We find our stock of lace curtains too large and in order to reduce it quickly we make the following prices. I i I 1 i Lace curtains former price $ .50 now $ .25 Lace curtains former price .75 now .35 Lace curtains former price 3.00 now Lace curtains former price 4.50 now Lace curtains former price 5.00 now 1.99 3.00 3.50 Ruffled muslin curtains (soiled) former price Si. now 5oc. Some very dainty and pretty styles in Brussels net at popular prices. Bagdad, Oriental stripes and rope portiers at tempting prices. White curtain muslin in the new, dainty patterns at 10c, 1 5c and 20c. SILKOL1NE, in nice handsome colors and new patterns and styles. Complete gline of upholstery, Tapesteries at prices within the reach of all. See our line of carpets rugs and mat tings. All new patterns. Prices will suit you. JNO. J. ROGERS. i i i i i i Cow Peas. Sherp & Pat terson. DRIVING HARNESS at C. M. Sullivan's. The seventeen year variety of locusts are said to be due next month. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

T wm WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS. LARD, ETC. Why bSL, Grows T Because the Fancy Groc ery line is of a superior order and at the lowest prices. The staple line is of the most celebrated brands and Always Gives Satisfaction in Price and Quality. i t 0 tf i It will be a pleasure to us to wait upon V 4 you or to fill your order by telephone. q 1 SHARP & DONLEY, x TELEPHONE NO. 28. 8 THE SUN'S FINGER. A Short Interesting Story By E. F. Green. Beyond the alkali and cactus of the Arizona desert lies the red line of the Colorado, and beyond that the land of ro mauce and of dream. Thrre, in a district apart and of itself, lived Pither Anselmo. He had been born and raised in the place. He knew each stone and tree and hut and moving thing. Here he had thought the deep thoughts and dreamed the lofty dreams that had led him to the bosom of the church; and now he walked among his people, black-robed and loving, a ver i tabic incarnation of good. And l c ciitinl a id All 1 a ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

i BOYS! 8 A LL of 1 w LARGE I 1 1 OR SMALL 1 You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable your friends read or at least they should read The Monroe City Democrat because it gives the church news, the lodge news, the so cial news, the local news, the domestic news and the political news. It tells of friends absent, of friends who will be absent, of strangers coming in whom you will be interested in. It gives the marriages, the births and tells frequently of the loss of a friend. It works for every interest of Monroe City and vicinity, therefore for your in terests. It is your friend in health and happiness and your friend when you are in sorrow, with you through life and leaves you onlv at the grave and then with a gentle kindly remembrance. When you don't subscribe, you are depriving yourself of a greater bene fit than $1 can be to the editor. Get eight (8) new sub scribers to the Democrat, bring the names and money to this office and the watch ;s yours. If you get delinquents to pay up arr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 April 1902

CORRESPONDENTS. Newsy Hems Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. Cooperpville. Saturday April 26th will bt primary election day of Marion ' Co. After a pifnant visit with her Pon M. I i ud nt her friends I In Coopervilie Mr Mary Howe, ret timed lo her home in Mon roe Saiutday Misses Annie Ilardesty and. Ml-- '...: f latltn h I .VJINN V'"l I I (li lll'llttll Creek, viiied their uncle V J. McOleod the latter part of last week. Miss Annie Whitmore return ed ThlKAtUy I ii m ;i vis't with Hannibn i friend M ms May Lear was a visitor in the vicinity of Warren last week. Mi-s Elln Evans left Timrs day to visit i datives and frii'M'is in Monroe City ttnd t attend the examit.ation at the HJ i ! i i- scliools. Linwood Links. Wuii) Norman and ilater Myra, were trading with Monroe city root chant Monday. Mrs If in Eiulse, the guest of her later Mrs r. S, Alexander thii week. Jolni Hay den made a business trip to Bwlnkey Monday. Mrs. John Warren, wai the truest of ber father at West Har...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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