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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 September 1908

w-liium if iam'Mu..u'n Jnr.. H tyrt1MW!Anii.y3A v-jf. A jUHilj&lMI) Published Every Thursday by The HtraM PwltfeMwg CwijHHiy. T. J. O'KEEFE Editor I B. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoOice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through tho mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. DemocraticNationalTicket FOR PUESIDENT . WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA FOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN W. KERN OF INDIANA Far Cmrj Cemnluimr, Stcwd B-lttrlcL I desire to announce to tlie people of Box Butte county that I nm the regu lar nomine of the second district for commissioner on the Democratic-Independent ticket and will appreciate sin cerely any support the voters sec fit to Eive mo at the polls. J. P. Jensbn. The question of "a dollar a day is enough for a workingman" is causing the republican managers all kinds of alarm. Taft's indiscreet utterance in this respect is causing them days of worry and nights of sleeplessness. And now Win. Taft has been com pelled...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 September 1908

I at ft ? j ' ,i 5.5. fft $ r r LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Hugh Beat made a busidess trip to Seneca Tuesday. Jas. Donovan was over from Craw ford the first of the week visiting his family. Jos. McNamara has entered into the employ of James Graham in the grocery business. C. O. Aspenwall and C. A. Newber ry arc attending the Colorado fair at Denver this week. F. E. Reddish left this morning for Hot Springs to spend a few days for a much needed rest. Hall & Graham will ship eighteen ars of cattle from Simla on the south line next Saturday. Miss Myrtle Gilkison arrived Friday from Kansas City for a visit with Mrs. Reardon and family. Robert Graham left Tuesday for his ranch and will also look after cattle interests near Bridgeport. Mrs. J. C. Berry of Reno and daugh ter, Mrs. Moulten, of Anselmo visited with relatives here Saturday. Bert McCool went to Omaha the first of the week to look after business matters. He returned yesterday morn ing. J. I'. Carr, a prominent and wealthy citizen of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 September 1908

Official Proceedings of County Commissi! ners Alliance, Neb., Attgutt ift, iqoS. Coitifaul li'vios bohiK received from tbe state Hoard of lmmlintion by tlio clerk, tlio bonrtl of county commission ers ware called by the dark to moot for the purpose making the levies for Box liuttc county for tbe year iyo8. All members present, J. P. Jensen, chairman, .uid district; J. M. Wnnek, 1 st district, and Sang C. Keck, 3rd district. It appearing to tbe Hoard of Equali zation that tbe lands and improvements thereon were assessed too high, it was ordered by them that the assessment thereon bo reduced 25 per cent, and it appearing that the horses were assess ed too low, it was therefore ordered that the assessment on horses be raised 30 per cent, according to the report of the county assessor as filed with the state board. It was therefore oidcred that the following taxes be levied by said board, against Hox liuttc county for the year 1908, on the total valuation as shown by the abstract of the...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 September 1908

T&ox Uxe, Cos& An Election Primer Pertinent Points About Our Election Machinery For New Voters and Old The - - American People Are Idealists. lly Governor CHARLES E. HUGHES. X11. ICKICAMICl. T' JIDDBIfcTI'ISa? SWWmvcc, 1tbutV& 3oT)oWv"W.ev.caV axvA. SvLxqvcaV Casta i GtosVcVrVca a Special ! 6Vixi4e Z CHvaMU, trf. j-Office m Alliance National Hank Mk.T. Y Over Postoffice v 'Phoue 391 J. M--K-H" -M"i-H'K5M"M-:M'4 ! ' fa in ? t' B"'1 fctss If. : E" ; JMi Ut wa -'; i. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. When did the Republican party originate 1 Lti 1S"4. Tho name was first used at u jiolitical convention in Jackson, Mich. The first Republican national convention mot in Pitts burg, Pa., in 1S50 and adopted a platioim in which tho chief plank declared "that tho constitution confers upon congress sovereign power over the territories of the United States for their government and that in tho exercise of this power it is both the right and tho impera tive duty of congress to prohibit in the ter...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 September 1908

Chse of the Jaynes Meetings. The concluding speooh ol tlic sotics Riven by Prof. JoyiioS of the Municipal League of Chicago was hold Friday night and iho rosult wns most satisfac tory. Ho took special intcrost in il lustrating the local conditions and pos sihilitics of Alliance. Views of the trading buildings of the city were pop traved by the stercopticon machine and brought forth vigotous applause from the crowded house. The views, however, of the alloys and highways were different, and there is room for radical improvement along this lino, said the speaker, a fact we must all admit. There is nit kind of complaint about the filthy condition of our alleys, but the same old filth ib allowed to re main in spite of it all. A banquet was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Jp.yne8 at the conclusion of the mceti'jg Friday night and was held at Northwest cafe. Those present wcie Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Phclan, Bernard Phelan, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Barker, Mr. and MrB. F. W. Harris, Mr. and . . . ., .I I, i Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

"Wo IT', lotlcal Noddy e Alliance Herald. Official Publication of the City and County. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. I VOLUME XV, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, IU08 NUMBER 40 Th V HINTS TO RANCHMEN AND FARMERS Now is the time that you realize on your season '.s' work. As you sell your stock, potatoes or grain, place your money on open account with a reliable bank. Pay your bills by check, which makes the best kind of a receipt, and avoid the worry and danger attending the carrying of largfe sums of monev. Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. The First National Bank of Alliance FIRST STATE BANK HEM1NGFORD, NEBR. Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00 Keith L. Pierce, Cashier Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Written & ' Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits Real Estate Loans, any size, made or negotiated HOLSTEN' Headquarters for School Supplies Fine samples of corn were brought to t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

u LECTIO MAI Republicans Carry State by About 8,000 Plurality Central Figure In First 3eslon ol State Convention at Saratoaa New York Democrat! Meet at Rochester Chanter and Gerard in Race, Republicans currloil Maine by about iS.OOO plurality, as against 20,810 In the llnKt prosldantlal year and S.UG4 It. ,1900. Returns for governor from 46b jout of 619 cities, towns uml ptnntn floiiB give Hurt M. Fernald (Hop.) 72. 117; ObnUlnh Gardner (Dem.) G4.!)'J3 (Same places in 1904 gave Cobb (Hop.) 75,334. Davis (I)em.) 49.410. Remain 1 'Ing places In 1904 gave Cobb 1.G30, juvia l.iu. liiu iiunaing ujwhb, vwuuu In are small, four years ago cast 1.G30 iRepubllcaii votes and 730 Democratic. Tha Democratic vote increased more than 13,000 over that of 1904, while ithe Republican vote fell off about 2. '600. The Republican plurality Is the 'smallest recorded in a presidential lyenr In twenty-five years. Tho two parties split oven In the twenty cities, each capturing ten. The voting was especially...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

V - r it W. im M J IP i A Are You Buying Your Groceries Right ? If you want anything- in fancy or staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables remember that we have the largest stock in the city and our prices are always right Yours for fair dealing A. D. RODGERS m m 9 9 m ec90o0eeoceeaceac We are are out for business. See our prices and our stock of both Omaha and native MEATS Porterhouse 1 7n Omaha OH Steak, native rlth L3 T-Bone 1 0r Omaha 10 1Crt Steak, native '"w 10 Sirloin Steak 1 s Om. -rf o , nahp iO ni,n I Ol Round Steak f j- Om- l native - aha " O Shoulder Steak -- , native 1 t Omaha 14 Veal Steak - - 17 Pork Chops - - 15 Veal Chops - . 15 Pork Steak, ham - 15 Veal Roast - ' - W, Pork Steak, shoulder Wz Veal Stew ,.- ,10 Pork Steak, side - Wz Best Ham, I7c Second-grade 1 lam, 15C Sausage, 10c Best Bacon, 22c " " Bacon, 17c Bologna, 8c Smoked Shoulders, I3c Wieners, 10c Hamburger, 10-12 NO TICE Owing to the fact that our patronage has increased nearly one-third in the last 30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

gaaSSam Published Hrery T.hursday by The Herald Publishing Company. T. J. O'KKKFE J. B. KNIEST . IlcHlor Associate Editor Entered at the postofhee at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, t.jo per vear in advance. DemocraticNationalTicket FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA FOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN W; KERN OK INDIANA STATE TICKET Governor A. C. Shallenberger Lieutenant-Governor E. O. Garrett Secretary of S'tat .John Mattes, Jr. Auditor Edwin II. Luikart Treasurer , Clarence Mackey Superintendent of Public Instruction N, C. Abbott Attorney-General II. U. Fleharty Commissioner Public Lands and Building Railway Commissioner. W. II. Eastham 1 Win. II. Cowgill ! Congressman Sixth District W. II, Westover Representative, 53d District Fred W. Johansen COUNTY TICKET ,' For County Attorney, Eugene Burtou For Commissioner, Second Dial., J. P. Jensen For Comfy CemnlssitMr, Second District. I desire to announce to the people of Box B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

1f. l ' Ji to-. " , i-f fe I (WAV r- ! i -st &0 wA-y Ci: -r f: c 1 A ip$ l n w- 3 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. X Buy a couch cover at Darling's spe cial sal'! this week. Jack Kiordan was in the city visiting friends last Sunday. Miss Jessie Sueeuey left last Monday for a visit at Fremont. Dr. M. D. Pass went to Whitman yestetday for a few days' visit. M. A. Broun is in from his ranch enjo ing a few days of metropolitan life. W. G. Simonson came up from Deli ver yesterday morning to look after business matters. Mrs. T. H. Barnes and daughters, Laveta and May, returned today from their visit at Wilber. Earl Mallery will leave next Satur day for Lincoln to pursue his studies at the state university. Dr. Copsey enjoyed a visit with his father, who came in from Broken Bow to see him last Thursday. J. A. Kime arrived today from Streater, 111., to look after business in terests and visit a few days. Mrs. Bruce Wilcox and Mrs. O. A. Putman and daughter returned Satur day from a visit at Bridgeport...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

itaWillMiilllMKIIIIMIi m iWW "sss'S. r tmmmia'itMFtt&W?imti3 Money Laid Out On Groceries In our store is always well spent. You get your full money's worlh, besides the satis faction that you are consuming only pure goods. Kven all the Canned goods that arc so much consumed during the summer season are bought by us from the most reputable packing houses, with their guar antee that we can warrant the purity ot each article to our customers. Our Pickles. Soap, Sardines and Fruits are the besf manufactured today, JAMES GRAHAM Just Received Al Brennan's DRUG STORE DEAUTIFUL LIKE OF IMPORTED Hand Painted Chinaware Haviland Japanese and other importations in most pleasing artistic designs. Also a fine line of Cut Glass Ware Call and see the new stock SEPTEMBER SPECIALS VESIT THE OLD HOME Low rate excursions to east ern cities and resorts, North ern Michigan, Canada and New England. SEE THE WEST Attractive low excursion rates to the Pacific Coast, Yellowstone Park, Utah, Colorodo, Big ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

rfW K, i. CT B THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS BY WALDO PONDUAY WARREN SELECTING A MAN PICKING out the right man for the place, it often measures the difference between success and failure in a business. More often It measures the difference between a mod crate success and a phenomenal one. Twenty or more years ago a carriage factory was started with the Idea of doing things in an original way, and a man was chosen to carry out the idea. He had had no previous experience in that line, but he had the right Idea and grasped the plan enthusiastically. The work began on a simple scale, o that the Inexperienced man was able to feel his way. The business grew until it attained great proportions. The same man is still at the head of it, not as the owner, but as the manager. He proved to be the right man for the place. It would be difficult to Imagine how he might have made the business more successful In that particular line. In thinking of this the thought occurred to me, suppose some other man had ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 September 1908

tTzkn ArisMital f. tyia?nBiwaiiBftiiiW3f,Ti 1 wWW "''WBWkaKBnHfMrourlWr'WHWEtJSfciftiMi ww8kswks RTOnlwitfBWBKJTiKCin-nmi A' . ?r Alumni Graduates Meet and Feast The annual meeting of the Alliance high school almnni association took place At the Drako hotel last Friday evening and nhout thirty-five member participated. This was the organic Uod's first meeting, hut it is safe to predict that it will not be its last. The occasion was one that appealed to the heart of each member, for it must be said that in all this life there are no days looked back to with the sensu of genuine, unalloyed pleasure as those of our school years. Thev seem to be the sweet periods in life's journey. Supt. D. V. Hayes, ot the city school, presided as toastinaster and lie as suihcd his position with the same inter est that ho takes in all matters pei taming to education. Following is the program as pre sented. The Alliance High School (hi A It Was Mrs.CC. Harkor. W it.iAn.niB I. Vincent Taylor, (c) It's Fu...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

" HMorlonl Qoolefy Official Publication of the City and County. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. - VOLUME XV, ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908 NUMBER 41 r -- -- f m HINTS TO RANCHMEN AND FARMERS Now is the time that you realize on your season's work. As you sell your stock, potatoes or grain, place your money on open account with a reliable bank. Pay your bills by check, which makes the best kind of a receipt, and avoid the worry' and danger attending the carrying of large sums of money. Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. The First National of Alliance FIRST STATE BANK HEMINGFQRD, NEBR. Capital and Surplus, $15,000.00 Keith L. Pierce, Cashier Notary Public in Bank & Insurance Wri token ? Highest Interest Paid on Time Deposits & Real Estate Loans, anv sue, aiiade or negotiated OLSTEN'S Headquarters for Supplies TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSISION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCILS PENS, INKS...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

vmmerwmmmmammm E St. Petersburg in Grasp oJ Asiatic Plague. Sharply Reprimand! Municipal Offi j clali for Appalling Condltloni Now I Ca8 Number 308 and Deatiu 141. Nineteen Die in Manila. 81. Potorsburg is in the grasp of tho Asiatic cholorn. wnlch has excoeJed in severity and numbers, tho vlsitntlon ot 1S93. The disease Is Increasing dally at an alarming late and unless the authorltloa show t:i tho future a greater degree of ability to cope with the situation than tr.ey have in the past, there Is every reaf.cn to tear that It will get out of hand. The gov. ernment's threat to apply the pro visions of martial law has driven tho municipality officiate to bend all their energies to clearing the city of the ecourge. Tho aldermanlo council Tfoted ?250,000 to enlarge the hospital spneo, to purchase and distribute dis infectants, tho supply of which In St. Petersburg Is well nigh exhausted, arid to expedite tho Interment of bod leu, which has been notoriously slow The dead houses are over...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

s . ,- rt, Are You Buying Your Groceries Right ? If you want anything- in fancy or staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables remember that we have the largest stock in the city and our prices are always right Yours for fair A. D, RODGERS We are are out for business. See our prices and our stock of both Omaha and native MEATS Porterhouse 1 7f Omaha OH i Sl-Pnfc. native I W A.U I W.V...., ....-. . T-Bone 1Rn0maha1S Steak, native '"I 'O Sirloin Steak "I Om- 16 native aha Round Steak ak c Om- J L ve - aha U nati Shoulder Steak ,- native Omaha Veal Steak Veal Chops Veal Roast Yeal Stew Best Mam, I7c 17 15 10 Best Bacon, 22c Smoked Shoulders, 13c Wieners. 10c Hamburger, 10-12 JJS. GRAHAM ift- fc NOTICE Owing to the fact that our patronage has increased nearly one-third in the last 30 days, we would kindly ask patrons to give us their orders as early as pos sible. Phones 13 la and 1 31b. Palace Meat Market S. H. DESCH, Prop. & aj-. 1- FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INS...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

; I iumjtao Published Kvery Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. T. J. O'KEUFE J, B. KNIEST . Editor Associato Editor Entered at the postofhee at Alliance, Nebraska, lor transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. From the Center of Things I Hix-Hnl Lincoln Corrt-itioflilMici.l Liricoln. Nebr.. Sept. 23. -A Singer sewing machine of the latest and best pat tern sells in Nebraska, Missouri. Iowa. Kansas, Oklahoma and throughout the west for 800. This may be represented by a line thus: DemocraticNationalTicket FOU PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA FOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN W. KERN OF INDIANA This same sewing machine is shipped 5,000 miles to Uruguay, South America, and sold by the South American merchant for S35. which ma be represented by a line thus And the South American dealers pays ocean freight on it for $5,000 miles, ocean insurance and Uruguay import tax, Query, how much is the American buy er of American made sewing...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

m 4-V V. 'ti . M" 4 bx , : ' K0. . . V . n Pff - . SK&Stfe. PJ'i r,v r h...v - ; Lf1 Farmer Sustains Severe Loss by Fire W. F. Patterson, a pioneer ami well known citizen o the countv, who re sides ten miles north of Alliance, sus tained a severe loss, by fire last Mon day afternoon. The building was of frame, 32x40 feel in size, and whs used for a granary anj a gtoreroom. In the granary there was 850 bushels of wheat and in the stoteroom a new saddle, valued at 40, a gold watch, wearing apparel and much other prop erty. The loss will reach fully $1,500 and no Insurance. The fire was started by oil which had caught fire on the floor and which Mrs. Patterson was unable to extinguish, Mr. Patterson be ing away from home. It is certainly is a severe loss but Mr. Patterson pos sesses the grit of the real pioneer and is again busy erecting a new building. Donovan-McCoy Nuptials. The marriage of two of Box Butte county's well known and highly esteemed young people took place yesterday...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

m9Sr9mmnmmtfmmmmmmi.i'iiMnmm lUHWVU'WiUilIWHJlll.-(WWT3ia):'.!-iv4nc-,Ip. j ' . . i ! GREAT UNDER OATH ! We intend to soil every dollar's worth of merchandise -within our walls within thirty days or less from this date. To show the peo ple of Alliance and vicinity that we are positively going to quit business not later than Oct. 19th we have gone before a notary public making affidavit to this fact. We will forfeit $1,000.00 to any one if we are in business in Alliance one day after date men tioned. We mean business; we are determined to close out the entire stock on short notice. We commenced business in Alliance about one year ago and during this time we have given several special sales and are known as the greatest bargain store in the state of Nebraska. All our past sales a,nd prices given will amount to nothing compared with this G-IG-ANTIC CLOSING- OUT SALE. This sale is entirely different to anything ever held in this vicinity. Merchants in different localities will profit gr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 September 1908

Li4 m. M is HASTINGS COLLEGE, HASTINGS, NEB. fObNOED IN 1882 l.OCATIO Hastings is the fourth city of Nebraska, having a population of over 12,000, and is supplied with handsome public buildings, elegant resi dences, metropolitan stores, and beautiful churches. It is also an im portant railroad center, being located ou the C. H. & Q., St. J, & G. t., C. & N. V. and M. l railways. There are also three branch lines of the Rurlington route, so that access is easy from any quarter. FACULT It consists of twelve cultured men and wotueu representing eight di f ferent universities and colleges. Post-graduate work at Harvaid, Ch i cago, Princeton, Vale, Merlin and Heidelberg gives their teaching and scholarship unusual breadth and thoroughness. DEPARTMENTS t THE COLLEGE, offering two courses for degrees, with many electives. it. THE ACADEMY, offering high school training under college professors. in, THE NORMAL SCHOOL, issuing teachers' certificates under state authority, iv. THE ...

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