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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

BlBr3iiitJiHftluiiMMu?ttatBBK5tg&iewaiiWMt It Si If u W- I; & f c; E- , sr I: 1 gchmab:iRULY' I M irai'fyo Iailored I "W " ' f! r-" ' I -.. ,. : - ,. THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. ntred nd-clasi Matter at the Poetoffice. Bartlett Toxat. One Year Six Months Three Months- 1.00 BO 25 R, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. -FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907 Don't fall out with your follow man because he does not do as you think he ehould. The year of 1907 promises to be a prosperous one and the mer- chant who wants some of the ex- tra cash must bid for it. Everybody get in the push band wagon. It is just as oheap as sitting on the fence and watch- ing the procession go by Joseph W . Bailey was olected United States senator at Austin last Tuesday by a vote of 89 to 34 in the House and 19 to 3 in the Senate. It was a complete viotory for the Bailey forces. Some people are willing to abide by what a majority of the paople declare, until the major- ity declares something that ip not e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

i if. i n ? i , 1 f -JT" jR" (PJfW p i rr T' jpfVpy' I HH1 I jAv ' Early Spring Goods Now WAL 1 V.jKnErr Most vkried assortment' Dainty Patterns. t and Attrac tive Styles in Ginghams, Madras Cloth, .JNfovelty Suit- ings, Laces, Embroideries and erwear mi m m W BT Muslin Una Tju'MWiiiuwijriiviwi"ui.i.W4U,ljiUJtuiL TP 1 a look ' at them vmmmm. wwsMWMm mmmmmmm. MMWLWMMMXMBSB RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day trains -2:16 Might train South x, iSflght train North.... 10:4c p. m. ...4:48 a. m. LOCAL MENTION: Lon Moaneer visited in Austin" th s week. "W. 0. Btoyall of Corn Hill, was here yesterday. Ottq Pesohel sold hia cotton 23 bales yeBterday for 10.60. - A'. J, Harrison attended court at Georgetown this week. Dug MoKenzie sends the Trib- une to hiB aunt in Oklahoma-. . tiv W- PL Forr-uaon made a business trip to.AustinthiBwoek. The prevailing prioo of cotton in Bartlott this week is from 7o . to 11,10c. "W. G: Bridges shipped a car load of hogs to the Ft. Worth market yesterday. J. W. Jaokson t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

TTF"JplI''JKi'! frav-Wf Tr i r- i C w sir. i'J m gkJeanlArfWrfknnlrkffftrnrffrVfknlfWftrftrWIVAnc 3l imyninM iuuukui PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand Carries A Full Line Of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, Huyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular periodicals Prescriptions Accurately Com pounded Day or :jyi.JVi.JV Local News. Frank "Whitfield is on the sick list. R. E. Keopke visited in Austin Friday. W. G. Smith wont to Austin Tuesday. Harry Rogers of RogerB was here Sunday. Frank Steka was in San Anto- nio this week. M. H. Logan of Taylor was here this week. W. T. Walker was up from Taylor Tuesday. Mrs. Oagle was very sick Sat- urday and Sunday. R. S. Decker went to Uvalde thiB week on business. S IDurant was Jin Georgetown this week on busineps. Ed Kollman is now traveling salesman for R. N. Crow. J. M. Setzer of Davilla was here Monday on business. Au...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

"""HWnfl rT""'y mr9Vf'rxrrmtnrvnrvin-' vf g.T- 1W- rJJTfn "iwpw Pi,!pW- 9""' "fT""" fia&1 f r8 T I H Lumbepk Lumber! Lumber! -r-f-wiri'-j'flr'! 1P" D o R G Jr H IIIIIJUUimwiwnwimMi i vnmamm. op. in i (i . Going to biild? Be the Rimber bill laa-e or giving you oxir figures. We are now installed in, our new quarters, the former Welch Lumber Yard, and are fully prepared to serve yoi. Every thing kept in l first cla.ss yard. Yours for business, Hig Letter from Plainview. Friend Cates: ' This makes three successful at- tempts to write you another "arti- fcal" for' publication (and failed every time) so as to let my friends know that I am still rustling "grub." The elements-wept con- tinuously for twelve hours, and we have a fine season. This town begins to look like a town since the railroad has began to pjll lumber, coal and other freight in. ' Everything has got a different move, on it. At present we have I'fourmmber yards; one coal man (without coal); three banks First National wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

"giJlSqi M.-ajrrjT-1, '-w " " ! TO THE PU r t- w . ft c & t f, w, We have purchased the stock of Gents' Furnishings irom Whit- low Bros., and jiU continue the busineSflilong: this line exclusive ly, carrying aH the well known, brariti' sold by them. In connection we will also have a First Class Tailoring Department, which will assist us in satisfying the wants of any customer. LocaJ News. Mrs. W. W. Walton visited in Austin this week. Viewa of Bartlott on post card? for ealo at McCurdy Drug Co. Stanton Allen Esq. was a vis- itor to the Capitol City Tuesday. See Hightower Lumber Co. for prices on corrugated roofing. Car to arrive the 18th. For Sale Brown Leghorn eggs at SO cents per settinn. Apply to H. J. Schornberg, dt Clark resi- dence. E. Moore this woek reooived from Atlanta, Ga., a fine set of harness, which is not excelled anywhere in workmanship, There will be regular services at the Baptist church Sunday, Roy. Geo. Parker, the pastor, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

fraswrp-ijiiF- 'WllfllTyfiffl0' 'V,h'Xm''VPfr-,i $ l "TT JR, P. OATESy Eqipm and Pikm?iuetor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1907. $1.00 Per Yeah. VOL. XXI. NO. 40 For a Cotton Hill. KSrn- 'T-T 'WwSJWSwwOvw' dl -K'&feBm 1 rrfHB G0r p ! tA rf & W' Forged An Order. ' A fow days ago a nogro named Wileon paasod a forged order on Howlo & Co, of this city for a small amount of goods. It lu said that ho had boon working for Bill Blanohard, colorpd, who was in tho habit of paying off eaoh week with un ordor on Howie & -Co. for goods. . But ho was die- charged and still he oame up at the ond of the w'eek with tho usual order for nottlement, which was iionorod at the store. Later when Blanohard oame in to settle he pronounced tho last order a forgery and went at- once and brought tho negro into tho pros nce of Mr. Howie, whoro he ad- mitted that he had forged the order. In order to settle tho trouble Wilson And Blanohaid entered into an agreement that Wilson was to work out the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

r THE BARTLETT ESTABLISHED TRIBUNE. 1880. intared . nd-tlai Matter at ilia Pottoffice. Bnrtlett Toxa. 'Ono Year Six Months..... Three Months. 1.00 60 .25 H. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, LOOT DoN'Tborrbw this paper; sub- scribe fdr it'Hko your neighbor. If you didn't pay your poll tax -you uro no more than o China- tnan when it comes to voting. Rogers' Behool has 348 pupils enrolled. It is hoped that they -have sufficient shelter for them. Why is it, without an except- ion, all the repubfioanB and pop- ulists are against Senator Bailoy? I he Tribune mr.y differ with somo of its readers on certain questions, but it always gives the mews. That's the secret, Bro. For the fitvt time in tho history of tho southwest tbo banks of Texas are loaning money to New York, Chicago and other east- ern and northorn cities, instead of being heavy borrowers from that section. TniS unusual con- dition of affairs is duo to tho un- precedented era of prosperity in Texas, add espec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

s X s i ir -o . ., IV ' m h Vj. .t ' J ? D,' ::. l. ; -i y, s . faj .)j WK . So i ?.v .; Si ' , lr- - "to 'w f !1 8& ' Nse."' W. 3L.:w we- V jMR BILL vl - miSllL, tl " ' IT T"" rat ' l.' I. "Mr. Bill," the Biding Cotton 'and Corn Plantar is a satisfaction today, tomorrow and every day. No othor planter washable to do what ''Mr. Bill" did, and no other planter can do manyother things that can be done and are done .with ''Mr. Bill." The universal verdict is that "Mr. Bill" after several sea- sons of hard service in every variety of soils, fills the bill and is all that we claim for him. The mechan- ician! of." Mr. Bill" is yery simple, the construction yory strong the operation very eusy and plant a straight furrow when others fail. "Mr. Bill is also a great planter for dry or drouthy seasons, Plows, lists, plants and covers at one "through." It is the most economical planter to use, it being the only way that you can "lay off" and plant with one oper- ation retaining all the mois...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

" "T -mfr - r"S' TP u lr- K " -((IIPI "T ' . - ! ! ii ii n-nmi i n "i mi n mil mif frnnmim MBfMft MiaOWaiMHiyf'Tn'rTlrrriTrB' r'ajMIWWB1T?niifWTHIMIHM iaa m aBMOi aiMiiM """M WE ARE CLEARING U T MUM m nHiwiiiiiWiiiiiiiiii inn niiiiwrftmviMirKM iW . I G UTfV Y v 11 'i . i &. I: . te iw i? k- V,, H II ;fi?lFWlRULY I II plll IS 'RlMSliiSw Si w H mSWmi Pltf lijlll THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Cntared . .nd-clata Matter at the Poatoffica, Bartlett. Toxaa. One Year 1.00 Six Months BO Three Months .25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1907 That Standard Oil octopus is a dandy. Ain't it? Lamar county went dry Tues- day by a majority of 400 votes. The Tribune takes its demoo- racy straight popularity or no ' popularity. "Don't cheer, boys;' the poor fellows are dying." Gruet fired the fatal shot. It is thought that the present legislature of South Carolina will sound the death knell of dispen- sary system so long in vogao in that state. On last Saturday t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

hu w1' n. I.e.- n ft mmEmmmsBi I 8 w:f'J'!' '''XitvV'W; m RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day trains .. Night train South.. flight train North.. 2:16 10:46 p. m. ..4:48 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Born to Mr. and Mrs. AuguBt Hinze, a girl. Dr. Martin, Of Davilla, was here yesterday. Mrs. May, of Taylor was here this week on a viBit. W. 04 W. meeting ' tomorrow night. Don't forget. F, W. Bishop, of Salado, was here yesterday on business. V. H. Leslie left Monday for Alabama on a business trip. H. S. Skinner made business trip to Georgetown this, week. Will Pavolek, of Nelsonyille, was here the past week on a visit to friends. . " J '. Born, to Uv. and Mrs, C, W. Tiadale, who liyes near Corn Hill a fine boy. J. R. Knight, tuo veteran of Ptairie Dell, waB here this week on busineBD, Jim Bldnton, sold the remain- derof hiB cotton 23 bales last Saturday for 10 l-2o. Robt Jones writes the Tribune to send hiB paper to Chocotah, I. Ti, to wtych he has reoently ro- raovod from Gatqsville. ' Max Meitzon, who h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

1 7'W 'IWB11" 'T- Mules For Sale. H1AAA1IVA Jlr Jlr JV Jl. Jh JVJVJV rfw-JVJtr-JW uJt,t,.A,rfVrf'hTiv PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS At McGinnis drug Company's Old Stand Carries A Paints, Oils, Varnishes, painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, Huyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular periodicals Prescriptions Accurately Com-1 pounded Day or Loced News. Jno. Hairston is having a new barn built. J. C. Gibaon of Davilla was hero Monday. Frank Sorenson of Granger was here Monday. Rev. Wm, Spoegle of Davillo was here Monday. Jno. T. Bartlett went to Belton Monday on business. J. T. Bartlett was in Dallad this week on business. C. J. Keliehor was in Austin this week on bueiness. T. E. Fowler made a business trip to Dallas this week. J. T. Bartlett is having an ad- dition built to his residence, Mrs. "Walter Montgomery is visiting her parents at Davillo T. S. Coulter returned Monday from a business trip to Dallas. August Doeh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

'7v!"T-,yVi'77' IW!"1 rmvp ''; -aw,?1 it''jk-1 p. l a.4Mn Ml EHsn I s rip BR H FV - t '. i n . : . , .', ',. : ': V 1 M I 'f'i. '' ,. 11 . p.-- f V ' i $-" IK ' - Lumbfl"' Lumber! Lumber! a. .I..!....... , Going to foiild? Be the Rimher bill Isrge or small we shall appreciate giving you oir figures. We are now installed in our new quarters, the former Welch Lumber Yard, and are fully prepared to serve yoi. Every- thing kept in l first cla.ss yord. Yours for. business. Hightow ISWHWIHlSliKlKBHBlSlHI farmers' Mutal Insurance Company. s Jaylor,' Tex., Jan. 27, J. D. Seiders of this city has just is- sued a report of the conditions of of the Williamson County Farm- ers Mutual Insurance company, which, shows that this company is in excellent condition and that the insurance is carried much cheaper than it can be had in the pld line companies. The compa ny has in force , nearly $460,000 of insurance which was carried last year at less than 20 cents on the hundred. The association is -comp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 February 1907

jji pFTff "S. "" IHWt''J Pt fWf unl SfflPil 4fc A'fiJ FfV ""'TMni'W'TJW'1 Mirt""T Pfr freyM "&i MIMrMMMMI HgHlipSHi HMHHRH Til THE PUBLIC t We have purchased the stock of Gents' Furnishings from' Whit low Bros., and will continue the businessalong; Jhis line exclusive- ly, carrying all the well known brand sold by. them. In connection we will also have a First Class Tailoring Department, vftich will assist us in satisfying the wants of any & Reifschneider Gents' Furnishers and Tailors The Tribuno jjs proud of the in- crease in its list of homo sub" soribors the paBt month. The business mon of Bartlott can al- ways depend upon good rosults from their advertisements in the Tribuno for its subscribers are BONA FIDE. For Sale Brown Leghorn eggs at 50 cents per settinn. Apply to, .1 . J. Schornberg, at Claik resi dence. ALLIGATOR. the NO. 5422. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE First National Bank At Bartlott, in the Stato of Texas, at tho close of busi- ness, January 26th, 1907. RE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

w,Tj.-f TytprjByirriwfByyF) i .imV.ri- H'WH1'' 7niw-ir - ""j-fw-iw i w ariTiFijnT ;l ' E. F. CA.TES, Editor and PiioPBiETon. BA.RTLETT,' TEXAS, FEBRUARY 8, L907. 1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 41 TOt tw u -w.,"v "TTOjK-osm- mrwpsmwsipp to" "i 4-, & V i. I? Georgetown Cotirt News. R. W. Thompson, murder; ap- quitted,. Celso Btanco, robbory; con- tinued by state. pavo MoCowan, theft from person; continued. Isaac Jaokson, assault to mur- der; continued. P, J. Scott," swindling: con- vioted and giyen two years. Henry Johnson, horse theft; convicted and given two years. Jim Williamson, burglary; two years in the pen. Sad Dodson, robbery; contin- ued by defendant. Al McGoe, assault to murder: continued by the state and sev- eral witnosaes finod S100 each for failure to obey process. W. J. Davenport, hog stealing; acquitted. Ernest Arledge, seduction; wo years in the pen. Stanley Thomas, assault to murderr continued. Harris ,Winninghara, seduction -continued. State vs. Casper Shults, now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

''JWW ""vyw-w'V"! n --wn " 71 THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. ntred .. nd-cla Matter at tha Postoffico, Bartlett. Texas. One Year 1.00 Six MonthQ BO Threo Months. ,25 R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1007- There are many enterprises needed in Bartlelt and a business mens' league will come noarer so curing them than any other step that could be taken. IT is hoped that some people learned one thing in tho Bailey investigation, and that is to wait till all tho ovidenco is in before condemning any man. A Kansas oditor says he is wiiling to wait until a man sells his hogs to pay his newspaper subscription, but he don't like to wait for hie century plant lo bloom. The German farmer has the right idea. He first builds him- self a barn in which he can house what he raises, thus saving in "a few years enough to build a good dwelling houso. A barn will build a dwelling house, but a dwelling houso will not build a barn. Expenses of Legislature, j At . Saturday wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

I h ' V Ar i IK. PF.' v Iff i IK ' l i '" O'k lViH oILL is the Best "Mr. Bill," the Riding Cotton and Corn Planter is a satisfaction today, tomorrow and evory day. No other planter was ablo to do what ''Mr. Bill" did, and no other planter can do many other things that can bo done and are done with ''Mr. Bill." The universal verdict is that "Mr. JBill" after several sea- sons of hard service in every variety of soils, fills the bill and is all that we claim for him. The mechan- ioism of "Mr. Bill" is yery simple the ponstruction yory strong the operation" very easy and plant a straight furrow when others fail. "Mr. Bill' is also a great planter for dry or drouthy seasons, Plows, lists, plants and covers at one "throuch." It is the most economical planter to use, it being the only way that you can "lay off" and plant with one oper- ation retaining all the moisture in the seed furrow, insuring quick germination and saving the work of one man and one horse. For Corn, Peas, Sorghum and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

-1 TTi',my,3"v u uwniatuaumir Wiiw i ; wjftnaji;.',miujmn. jmw mlahmj it ; P E ARE CLEARING OUT ,"i w II f lms """" ' " ' ' "'"" Iruly JAILORED IE l Wm'fmS ISO ..Hi-Li nrrum u.. ,...,.. mm .luimmai,. . ., because W6 have made it a positive rule not to carry over stock from season to season; styles change, goods be- come shop worn, and then there is the money invested. We'd rather lose the profit and give you the benefit, for we consider it a valuable advertisement for our store to give the clothing values we are offering during this clearing sale. We have already sold lots of our winter clothing and we still have a good lot to close out during the next two weeks, and we are going to give you 4 Off on Suits Pants and Overcoats It pays to buy another suit now; change of dress is a good thingan extra suitor two breaks the monotony of one's dress. When you can secure such good ' suits in good styles at such comparatively low prices, you should Inot consider an extra suit a luxury but a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

vjk'V? -fifffvf'' ' W' RAMOAO TIME TABLE, Ony train Hlght train South. tfigM train North.. L '2:10 ........ 10:40 p. m. .... 4:43 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. W. G. Holt wont to Beltori yea- I torday. W. Hines, of Davilla, was hero this week on buoinosQ. Born, to Mr, and Mra. J. W. Powell noar town, a boy M. L. Cates mado a business trip to Granger yesterday. S, Y. Shoemaker mado a busi- ness ttlp to Austin Monday. B. F, Joiner waB at Belton Sun- day on a visit to his father. County Commissioner Gardner was here this week on business. Miss Ida Gilmore, Of Temple, Visited Miss Prinzing the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Sanders visited relatives at San Gabriel Sunday. Herman SobneidBr and C. Soheir.of Walburg were here last Saturday. Mies Minnie Meyer, of Ellinger is visiting hor codBin, Mra. Ar- nold Gersbach. Mra. J, C. Hairaton and chil- dren of Grandview are hero on a visit to relatives. Miss Florenao Robbins, of Sao Gabriel, is visiting 'her oister, Mrs. Lorn Sanders. J. H. Brooks murketed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

'"WWMFfjftT - r tlfr " ' -' "! 4 i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i f If f IM sMCGURDY CO 'P PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand - Carries A Full Line Of Ttti ifii Jlr ! IitW1ftTyVT-'-JJ-J'''Vllrtr,rflf,rf,rflfrfr'lk'y ! ? r r- r r r r I r r r Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, Huyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular periodicals Prescriptions Accurately Com- pounded Day or Night : : : : Drug Store Phone 44. Night fialk Rincr III finmp tn Sen Ik WM., MM,,) .... ... .- W -V,. . y -f- -j Q ljj y jyjv V VVVV V jW W WJ Locl1 News. Mon- to of S. Waites was at Belton day. O, Clino visited Georgetown this week. Bryant Mesaer went to Belton this week. W. J. Holt was a juror at Bel- ton this week. J. R. Nixon was at Belton this week on business. Arch Nixon was at Belton Monday to attend court. "W. D. Jarrell made a business trip to Austin this week. J, D. Slawson...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

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