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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 December 1895

Gannon & Neu. Jackets ard (apes.... Only a Few Left, Which Must Go Before Christmas. 8KEK THE PUSJiER WE ARE UlSIG: $12.00 Ladies' Coats for $ 9.00. 18.00 " " " 12.00. 20.00 15.00. 24.00 " " " 18.00 25.00 " " " 19.00. 30.00 2" " " 0.00. All the above are the latest style gar ments of the most desirable materials. We still have a few high-priced gar ments with small sleeves that we will close out at $1.00 each. Do not miss this opportunity to save money. Gannon & Neu. WHAT THE PEOPLE OUGHT TO KNOW The Recordn of the Two Old Partles as Tools of the Gold Monopoly Known. The people need not be told that it was the Republican party which origi nally demonetized silver, which created the national bank monopoly and which has by all its administrations and by a majority in each house of congress for the last 23 years authorized the crime of 1873 and upheld banking mpnopolies; that every Republican administration has been in favor of the English gold standard and of the commercial su...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 December 1895

IFREE + 4 --, .. CHRIS'TMAS . . TURKEY. We are going to rGIVE AWAY t a Turkey to everybody purchasing Twenty-five dollars worth of goods from us between Dec. 1 and Xmas. Yes, bsolUteg Free I It won't cost you a cent. You can buy everything you need in the Grocery 'line here, at the lowest prices in town. We want your trade and offer this in ducement to get you, started dealing, relying on our goods and prices to make you a steady customer. Yours for trade and square dealing, JOSEPH LUTEY, 2 ,BARRET & JACKY BUILDING. THE RELIABLE GROCER *"""EY~' -4;,~~-1 JET1HRO'6 STOVE POLISH. ' HE drowsy sun or an 4,Au g ust afternoon Sshone upon hill and 1 valley, tingeing the 1 long swaths of cradled oats on the hillsidea 1 with a bright yellow, I S i • gleamin ig brightly from the slender 1 leaves of the maturing corn and resting on the long, dusty road with a sonme what dreamy glow that seemed to in- 1 vite repose in the shade. On the porch of the country store at the "Center" sat two old a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 December 1895

ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR CLOTHES? There is satisfaction in having them made to order by ANGUS JOHNSTON, the Merchant Tailor, Where you will find the largest and finest stock to select from. Only first-class work men employed, and his reputation for fair dealing is well established. Fine Business Suits, . . $35 to $50 Dress Suits, ...... 45 to 60 Overcoatings, ... .. 35 up M. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Canly, fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco. Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. C0LD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absolute ly Pure-Proe from Ammonia, Al kali or Alum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO., Philipsburg, Montana. Siler........ ..$4C5S . MUSt Acom Gold... .. 1 Cash ust Accom Goldand Silver 1 00 Lead........... 1 00 pany all mail orders S Walter W. Kroger, JASSAYERI Philipsburg, Montana. 1 : Oflice, one door east of Kaiser House J. A. MATTHEWS, The Dealer in HARNESS SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, And everything in the harness line at the very l...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

, THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL._ VOL. IX: NO. 46. PIILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. nn • m a - Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS, ruits Confectionery CATERER. Confectione Novels Novels New and Select Line in English and German by Popular Authors - - THE VERY LATEST PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED CENTRAL BLOCK...OHAS. WILLIAMS ." .....................PH..'IP._ __. RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired.' There Is No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stockfrdm the Manufacturer Has Just Arrived. Only Exclusive Boot J. 1 . M cleod Only Exclusive Boot and Shoe Store inthe. 9 and Shoe Store in the County of Granite. McLeod Block, Plhilipsburg. County of Granite. H. Kelly, Merchant Tailor, Starts the Ball a Rolling! PRICES ON SUITS. OVERCOATS, PANTS CUT IN TWO Just receiyed; a line of Fall and Winter Goods at very low prices, which enables me to make Suits from Overcoats from Pants from $O.OO S.O.OO...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

i' m w !ai[l. Kai.dredt a thote P'tofkice at PhilTipMtarg cirar'lb (.runty, MA-ntdanr, ra S econI-gI,.a4 Matt.r for Tran,*rtainm Throu'h the. Mail. Mubscrilption Ratter. hi AOYAiu:tr' i !i"r: II( ADVrA2CI One yrtar. ,.......$2 rfj t'/ e y rOn .......... (j. ix rnonth»........ I if) Siz monthr,: ..... 1x ",r:ignl ftrmla-e a..e-dl. Ir:rrittLrnr. at the rik of tth. ,nba2:riltr, and rtould t,< mrwi- try xrese r, mn5y order, r,.t offihce armnay order or cweck. tr t. t orrrder rof THE MAIL. IPirilitl,rri. riranite ('rmnty. Mont. Addr'sall tItrrrsiarcornrnnUicatir fass atbrov. (,Ivt. 'Is your r, uhl.linn ;gtlrid wo will .l.o~k It,rl.,ln rfor you. TIH UitDA . DI:FEMIBEI 12. 15i., Thl;e ilatagr.nlenllt of thisJ pajrJ is io', thlankful to the. jlerchants of Piilipinirg for th, lib*-ral sup.port so ;."!erou.sly givrn-n for thi anld other Siru-s. In returo w" proJposeygiving our patronr. an exrele1tit papr with a ,ir-nlatio, that j-ustifies a price twice t he: rat'e we eliarg". THE THIRD TER...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

tOLIDAY GOODS! The Season is fast approaching; the question of "What shall I buy? " is uppermost in the mind of each and every person. For the past three -weeks you have read our announcement on this page, our Holiiday Messenger has gone broadcast throughout the county. Hun dreds of people have visited our store and examined our stock. We have advertised the largest stock, the best assortment and the lowest prices. We believe that every one of our visitors will bear witness that in no respect have we exaggerated our ability to supply the, demand for H OLIDA Y PRE SENTS W .TE :.A._TTVE BEAUTIFUL PICTURES . ELEGANT GIFT BOOKS HANDSOME TOILET SETS and DELIGHTFUL PERFUMES :i:o:o:o.e:e:o:o We have all the Standard Poetry in any binding desired. We have a world of Juvenile Books. An endless assortment of Children's Toy Books, and a faultless selection of Classic Literary Work, at such prices as will astonish you. For example, we will sell you a set of WASHINGTON IRVING, COMPLETE IN SIX VO...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

His Own Daughter. Story of a Man Who Left His Fam ily and Is Supposed to Have Been Drowned-Meets His Son-in Law and Daughter on a Train-Woman Supre macy-"Live Happy and We Will All Meet Again." BY CAL F. YOUNG. It was in the early part of December a few years ago when my partner aul myself were "carded'' to make a South ern trip. At the time we were in Chicago and decided to take the C. B. & Q., or the Burlington Route as it is commonly called. It was about 6:41 in the evening and the trains were all crowded as they left the Union Station. Such hustle and tussle as there was that evening in endeavoring to get trains I never saw at that station be fore. It was about the time the shop hands and business men, who live in the suburbs and nearby towns, go to their respective homes. My partner and myself finanally suc ceeded in pushing ourselves through the mass of humanity and get on our train and rested ourselves in our berth seats and read the evening papers until the train started...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

DON'T WANT" SILVER Presiden1 Gleveland Gives His Ideas on That Qestion,. klie Referiw to the '*flnneasu, or F1tre Coinage"--le Calia it a: Rutalio Policy and Mays That the Na tion Should Surely Avoid it. Below we give in detail that portion of President Cleveland's message to Congress on the 4th instant which re lates to the silvuer question. By refer ence to this the people may understand where the Democratic party stand on the all-important question to Montana: "It is neither unjust .nor unfair to charge a large share of our present financial perplexities and dangers to the operation of the laws of 1878 and 1890 compelling the purchase of silver by the government, which not only furnished a new treasury obligation upon which its gold could be with drawn, but so increased the fear of an overwhelming flood of silver and forced ,descent to silver payments that even the repeal of these laws 'did not entirely cure the evils of their existence. While I "have endeavored' to make a plaini...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

A CRUEL KINDNESS. BY MRS. M. L. RAYNE. LIE town had grown - up to them and al most crowded itself .. H into their front door, Sbut they still lived on in the same old fashioned methods of the past half-century, clinging to ". the aetairs apl tmWl they had when th., ywer',l rEi ýon retaining the ,iii ; e· ?`t o tllat had been 40 kehp 3he married a rich for r 'ý' aa eang;ned to Anita Marie, The crtad..she ,sias rocked in when a baby,..naneIacu red out of a barrel by e ir adoring father, and etiered skill ually with roseecolol-ed chilitz) had been sent Up to the attic, fbr it tffeii ed her fine sense of esthetics when she th a ie home to visit. The rag carpet in 1 he living room was the work of leisure h.olrs and had been in service twenty "iid years, and the old mitn used to say cvringly while he regarded it with ad miring eyes: "Yoh'll nae'er make an other carpet like that, tnothel-!" It was like the last painting of a great artist to him. And now the old people had taken an outing t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

HELLO! HURRAH! HELLO! Here Is the Place to Buy Your G ROCERI ES OF CHAS. A. WILSON Your Old Reliable Grocer, who has done what he could for the town, staid with the town, is still in town, and sells his goods low down. If You Bg $25 Worth of Goods At regular prices, I'll give you either a Box of Apples, a Gallon of Wine, a Box of Cigars, or something good. Thei you can buy a Chicken or Turkey to suit. ig PRICES WIN Home Products As Far As Pos sible, Our Motto. Climax and Rex, Gold Dust and Belle, U. S. and Pastry Flours, $1.50 to $2.50. Pitted Plums, 12lc Prunes, 10.to 12ýe Apples,. 12½c Pears, 124c Peaches, 121c Sugar at small margins Choice Sinclair Hams, Bacon and Lard Pickled Pork, tle Salmon Bellies, 15c Pail Mackerel and Herring Cheese-Swiss and Cream_ Kraut, Pickles, .Choice Butter and Eggs, Choice Candy, Nuts, Honey, Beans, Etc. Belle Flour and Western Apples Oats and Hay, Wheat, $1.15 to $1.25 Bran, Chops, Etc. ALL FOR BROKEN PROMISES. The merchant sits in his broken chair ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i URFEE & BROWN. ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLICS. Office-Opera House Block, Sansome Street, PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. RODGERS & RODGERS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. B. Rodgers. office in Court House. Deer Lodge. H. W. Rodgers, office in McLeod block, PHILIPRBURG, MONTANA. DENTISTS. S. A. BROWN. DENTIST IW'Teeth extracted without pain by a new process. Teeth filled with the latest and best improved fillings. All kinds of dental opera tions performed in the most perfect manner. All my work is first-class. Office, Hyde block. PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. R. W. GETTY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .'Room and office at Dr. Heine's old stand. Day and night calls answered promotly. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. NW I. POWER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. h Calls promptly attended to day or night. Residence and hospital formerly occupied by Dr. W. H. Allen. Office in the McLeod Block. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Office Hours: g a. n. to 12 m.; I to 5 p. m. T. G. HEINE, M. D...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

THE PHILIP SBURG MAIL. 1PAGES 12 PAGIES T PU 1T PAGS VOL. IX: NO. 46. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Il [-- I TN---I~ _ _______LL_ __ III I IIII i____ W INSTEI N' We are thankful for patronage to date, and during the coming Holiday Sea Sson we intend to show you such bargains as will result to our advantage. M O110W TO WASH FLANNELS Never soak them. Never have more than one garment in the tub. 1 Make a sud (not too strong) with white Castile soap in. LUKEWARM water, and wash the garment with the least possible rubbing. 2 Rinse thoroughly in clear LUKEWARM water, until all traces of soap have disappeared. 3 Never wring, but take from the water dripping wet and hang up ,to dry. 4 Iron while still damp, stretching garment to original shape, using great care the iron is not too hot. We Have a Spedial Drive in California Red Flannel Underwear * Suit $3.00 $1OO. FIFTY $10.00 OVERCOATS Shoice, Ten Dollars OVERGOATS FOR BOYS $4.00 to $1...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

A LITTLE SURPRISE. HAD been mar ried just a C twelvemonth and, as I be lievd, l1 had got the very dearest r little woman in the world for my wife. The year just con cluded had in S consequence Q .,. ) ../ been the happi est of my exist ence, and I re solved to make my partner a little present in reemembrance of the event which had made us one for life. As 1 know how much more delightful a gift becomes when it is unexpected, I said nothing to my wife of my intentions, wishing to take her quite by surprise. The accompanying narrative will, I think, show how completely I suc ceeded in that endeavor. My bu:siness lay in the city, whither it was my customll to travel every morn ing from the quiet of a little suburban residence, returning home in time for a cozy dinner in the early evening. It was my invariable practice to carry with me a small iGladstone bag, and on the day in question, after placing into this. along with a few other things, the articles I had purchased for the purpose n...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commissioners of Granite County. Philipsburg, December 2, 1895. The Board of County Commissioners of Granite county met in regular ses sion at 10 o'clock a. m. ; Commnision ers Pizer and Jacky and Chai~rnan Holland present. Minutes of the special session of 1ov 5th and 6th were °read and ap proved Quarterly report of the county attorney was read and ordered filed. The clerk of the district court sub mitted his quarterly report, showing collection of fees in his office amount ing to $298.80 for the quarter, and that this amount has been deposited with the treasurer His report was approved and ordered filed The appeal case of John W Morse vs the board of county commissioners, claim for rent for quarter ending Janu ary 10, 1895, was ordere~d settled by the county attorney for the sum of 4495 Examination of the treasurer's ac counts was taken up, which occupied the remainder of the day The board adjourned at 5 o'clock p m to meet at 10 a m...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 December 1895

ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR CLOTHES? There is satisfaction in havIng them made to order by ANGUS JOHNSTON, the Merchant Tailor, Where you will find the largest aad finest stock to select from. Only first-class work men employed, and his reputation for fair dealing is well established. Fine Business Suits, , , $35 to $50 Dress Suits, ..... 45 to 60 Overcoatings, ..... 35 up . E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Frilit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, Iasonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont, GOLD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 0ZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absolute ly Pure--Free from Ammonia, Al kali or Alum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO.. Philipsburg, Montana. Gold... . i.o. ~ Cash Must Accom Gold and Silver 1 00 Lead........... 1 00 pany all mall orders t Walter W. Kroger, !ASSAYER 4 Philipsburg, Montana. L "Office, one door east of Kaiser House J. A. MATTHEWS, The Dealer In HARNESS SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, And everything in the harness line at the very lowest prices. Repairing Done....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

Stnate. Historeal Liibrary o PAGES THE PHILIPSBURG AIL.1 PGE VOL. IX: NO. 47. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. The Christmas Sale Is Now On in r nest. From store opening to store closing time we are busy with seekers of useful things for the holiday season. Every day finds us more busy than yesterday. The as soratment is better to-day than it will be to-morrow. Come early and have your choice of a hundred low-priced articles. } t The HIandkerchief Carniual, AcGept This As An Invitatioll Switzerland, Ireland and Japan contributed to this We will be glad to see everyone that comes, whether Handkerchief Show. You might pay from five cents up they buy or not, A thousand things are here to inter- to several dollars; but that's not to the point. We are est you. Our clerks are instructed to tell you about willing that you should go everywhere else and try to 17 them. Christmas shoppers who do not call are liable better them, and then com...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

D U RAN D WILL SELL DURING HOLIDAYS TURKEY, at 15 Cents per Pound, GEESE, at 15 Cents per Pound, DUCK, at 15 Cents per Pound, CHICKEN, at 14 Cents per Pounc Select Oysters, at 50 Cents per Can We continue selling the Celebrated Diadetll and Crescent Brands of BUTTE[ At 3O Cents per Pound. A fresh supply of Cranberries, Celery, Sweet Pota toes, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Mince Meat and Edan Cheese. Also all kinds of Nuts, including Shelled Pecan; and Almonds DIAMOND "C" HAMS At 14c, former price, 16e Rex Hanms, 13c per Pound. Just Unloaded, a carload of Canned Goods, which we are selling at bedrock prices. Ritter's XX Brand of Preserves and Jellies just re ceived. Dry Goods and Clothing In our Clothing Department we are selling Goods regardless of cost. Men's Boots at $1.50. TRUNKS AND VALISES. HARDWARE DEPARTMENT In this department we are showing a superior line of Decorated Queensware. and Chinaware for for the Holiday Trade. DUR AND Bear in .Hind That I have more Holiday Goods in my...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

SFRBE = 1*,* .. CH ISTMAS.. . TURKEY. We are going to GIVE~ AWAY a Turkey to everybody purchasing Twernty-five dollars worth of goods , from us between Dec. 1 and Xmas. *1 -4 SYes' Absolt, g Fre It won't cost you a cent. You can buy everything you need in the Grocery line here, at the lowest prices in town. We want your trade and offer this in ducement to get you started dealing, relying on our goods .and prices to make you a steady customer. Yours fbr trade and square dealing, JOSEPH LUTEY, OUR COUNTY'S GOLD A Reuiew of the Haruey and Willow Creek Sections, Hidden Treasunres Uncovered-Good Showing for thle Golden !seeptre. H idden Treasure, Al.,. elrLeod. Lolng-Ic.K.ty and Others. Dame nature has indeed been kind to Granite county. When1 silver min ing was profitable the fortune-seeker found plenty of it beneath the snow capped mountains which encircle the productive Flint Creek valley; and when nature placed the massive ledges of silver ore in these everlasting hills, she did even...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

Entered at the Postojlce at Philipsburt Granite County, Montana, as Second-Claso Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. Sublscrliption Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year..........$2 00 One year.......... $3 O Six months........ 1 00 ix months........ 1 5( Foreign postage adtided. Itei, ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post office money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipsburg. Granite County, Mont. Address all busi ness communications asabove. Give us your blusiness and we will lnuke bulsiness for you. TIIURSDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1895. SHALL ENGLAND DICTATE? In a speech at Cripple Creek, Colo., ex-Governor J. S. Hogg, of Texas, said: "It has got to be a question in this country whether we will make our own laws or be dictated to by Eng land; whether a nation with $3,000, 000,000 indebtedness shall dictate to one with an indebtedness of $700,000, 000. The world's output of gold to day is not enough to pay the inte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

Give Us Your Business and We Will ak e Business For You. 0 r s4 [V o r SPUBLISHING COMPA NY, Broadway ad Califora Streets, PHILIPSBUPO, MONIANA ·O .....

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