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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

4. \ /> l II I now have plenty of corn here and on the wa And hope to be able to keep corn on hand alfi the time. 1 will sell as low as possible and give honest weight. Also handle Flour, Bran, Shorts, Hay and in fact all kinds of Feed Stuff at strictly Cash prices. ;e a share of your trade. Respectfully, ve Local and Personal Dr. F. F. Peyton has returned from a sire weeks stay in N.?\v Orleans, where he has been at- tending lectures in a post gradu- ate course. Miss Grace Schulz returned to Coolidge Sunday after a short visit to her home here. Miss Annie Black returned Sunday to her school duties at Datura. Miss Barbara Peyton came in from Tehuac-.na Saturday to spend Sunday at home. Jos. Nussbaum left Sunday for Hillsboro on a business trip. Miss iSusie Landers to Teague Sunday Miss Willie Howell has return- ed t:> Teague. Pete Carroll of Teague visited here Sunday. Ed Wood has returned from a weeks stay in Galveston, on rail- road business. Nelson Forrest returned from the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

Hi wm IS! m ■tff ||4|9 =S 5- — _ ■T* ■ IV, J IPCS I A "Wlf I 111■■H GoM«Mi i*r*qpj.ury Report. I If I I llffhH We have a baited number of V Groesbeck, Tex.. Feb, 15th, 1907. LH!■ I LIT CIV Gold Fiah for Sale.' Ajiy ;one J° Hla Hoi?orJua«e Col>b; ... . 7 • We |Gold wanting to raise Gold fi^h, ^can "t And C*9coreli no good that I would not b without them. 1 was troubled a great deal with I j - rvof+fnrr fhpm fhp nnvf" torpid liver and headache. Now since taking QO SO Dy CnGiTl tilt. Ilt-At Cuunti Camly Cathartic 1 feel very much bettor I shall certainly recommend them to my friend* as the beat medlcli.o ] have ever seen." Ann* Basinet, Unburn Mill Mo. 2, Pall Itlver, Mais. Best For The Bowels w meuoweia - bBweoMto CANDY CATHARTIC Pleasant., Palatuble, Potent. Taste Good, Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold in bulk. The irmuine tablet stamped C C 0. Ouuruntoed to euro or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6ox ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

3K^9-'v..i V'-c ;••. " •''W'#"> !'v« ' -; '-A v ' • c« . / , • , £.' • U•.. •;> - • •• . ' 1' #\. *t-. :> .r?$. -> • ®0L% 8|9fl ...,' : ":'>■•.*■: 1 • $$ • */•?•: ' ••-, v- v . v. irc* a>'■ ® t '-, -■■•.. - ' • ■ ■■-. >tr< HR' -if • •" ' :1 ■ : ; T A HAPPY MOTHER tbss* B«(o mlaery. I «h juit&bU to b« about but Just u soon m I began to Uk« Wine of Cardui, which had been recommended to •, I felt much bet- ter. In foot I (eel that It it n d not been (or tlila medicine 1 would not bare been strong enough to liro through childbirth. But that Wine dor o Tbbaiuber, YODNA IfATaoM'a OVCB Wine of Cardui is a powerful tonic which acts on tho generative organ* of women, regulating monstruatio and giv- ing tone and strength to the organs which inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures nineteen out of every twenty cases of bearing-down pains or ovarian trouble. Wine of Cardui cures barrenness and aids the mother in conserving her strength for the ordeal of chil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

_JS < V \ \ 1 Great OT £,0 ok "\3DvVV sootv \sz ovitT, "Pncts or, S\\.oes aA Gaa AC.a\^ Pvvee §>\.00 5*2. £ a&\.es S\vocs a\ §>\.T5 £a<i\.cs S\\.oes a\ a. oo 2>.b0 £>a&ves cAvocs CVxMven SVvoes \.b0 C.\v'vUT6T\s S\vobs a\ 2.00 CWvUtbtv 5\voas 2>3>C \.50 \.1& 15c \.00 £ "Wtews S\voes y "\hv&eT\Be.ax a\. \=2> T?nee ^ v . i. F.^rwwr.'-.w * TT iiwMBWni i • riimi'.a— Court Home Notes ■ From Groesbeck Journal. COMMISSIONERS COURT. The folio a ing additional orders were made by the court last week; A compromise of the ta^ suit against Chas. C. Cobb for delin- quent taxes on 1170 acres of the W. L. Ellis survey was authoriz- ed made upon his payment of $174.50 being amount of tax and all costs. The bond of the First National Bank of Mexia in the sum of $125,000 as county depository with W.JL. Murphy, Julius Nuss- baum, Jos. Nussbaum, W. W. Brown, G. H. Parker, H. J. Shilliugs, C. S. Bradley and H. W. Williams as sureties was ap- proved. Cus Robinso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

f jkRT I«—8 Pages. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE flffd TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. ri, OWK AUSTIN CONTRIBUTOR Ity John t. Uavls The State Herald. IEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH NO. 10 / r Austin, March, 5. Old "Ncp" Still Lives. As forecasted m my lust article, Attorney General Davidson has ruleu that the anti-nepotism law-will not at feet, the positions of persons previous ly appointed t.e> office b.\' relatives. An- other feature of the law is that it does not go Into effect until ninety days after the adjournment of the Legislature, consequently appointmerits made between now and that time will not be affected by the law. Effect of Bailey Investigation. The Bailey investigation which hn? been the chief topic of conversation in Austin, and for that matter in tin whole State of Texas, has at last beer brought to a close and Senator 1-taiiej was exonerated a vote of seventy four to forty-:. (counting thorn paired) in the House and by a vote of fifteen to eleven in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

'i ■ <|i m ISP] ■oPI fflW'li! (Smlv |WV'' WHI'A'iv • *fl* Cream Verrriijiige THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BKWARE OF IMlTATiOtfiS. THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY MY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* ST. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. Disease and Health REV8VO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man THEY'V of Me." GHEA.T RBVIVO REMEDY proilueet. lino results in 30 day*. It nets powerlully and quickly. Cures when others fail. Young men can regain their lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using ItEVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- nioves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weakness suohas Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or excess and Indiscretion, which unfits one for study, business or marring •. It not only cures by starting at the scut of ..isease. but is a (,'roat nerve ionic « i«l hlootl builder, bringing back the pink glow to pule ilieekw and re- storing the lire ol yontli. it wards off ap- proach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

M A' ' A Effective Remedy ty Jermw \ciot. WahhiwotoKi Iowa, April«, lBOt. X w troubled for oyer a year with so scanty • flow that was virtually suppression. A heavy cold superinduced this condition nnd nothing I could do seemed to help me. The only effective remedy I ever found waa Wine of Cardui. Within two weeks I felt the good effects of the mcd- icineand after I had used 18 bottles in all I was as healthy it ®,D<1 re«lllar as any woman could wish to be. My alsier used It while expecting to become mother and found that it made childbirth compara- tively easy and after the child was born she found thAt it helped her to regain her strength. J3 -ItWUls Q*a*d Womrr Associate, Sons of TauraaAiica. WINECRRDUI Wine of Cardui ourea nine out of every ten cases of the disorders of menstruation. These cures are permanent, whether the trouble ia complicated or not. Wine of Cardui cures the sickuess of young girls, relieves the weakness of adults, banishes leucorrhoea, headaohes, backaches...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

./ THE STATE HERALB published every tmuhmav. n. i . houx. editom * paowrro* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year *1.0# Entered at tbe postofflce at Mexia, Tun, as lecond-claBs mail matter. AN EXPERIENCE MEETING: Last Thursday in the house there was quite a tempest stirred up when some of the anti Bailey men who did not remain to hear Bailey's speech the night pre- vious, got up to express them- selves on what Mr. Bailey had said in his speech. Of course they didn't like it, and they were not expected to, as Mr. Bailey went for them good and hard, and no one should blame him for it either, considering how he has been hammered by his political enemies for the past several months. Our representative, Hon. Geo. A. Bell took a hand in the pro- ceedings, and we here give the Dallas News' account of his remarks: He said that about half of his con- stituents wanted him to vote for Sena- tor Bailey and the other half wanted him to vote against the Senator. In other words, one part of the In the hous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

vljSpr ''*W- A -m uIX fr' II I.- ■j „ ! i j J. r <■ n -0 ■I (i Local and Personal. ; i There will be called maeting of the Woodmen Circle Friday af- ternoon at 2:30 oclock. All members are urged to attend. Silverware, a new supply at Pittman's The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will conduct a cake and chicken sale at Corley's store next Saturday from 1 p. m. until night. Mrs. L. M Jowers went over to Coolidge Tuesday afternoon to remain a few days until she can get possession of the house she recently bought here. Wanted:—A 3 year old Jersey cow with young hiefer calf. Will pay good price. Address W. C. Clark, Teague Texas. The Cemetery Association will meet Thursday evening, March 7th at the Methodist church. Let GVtTV |^ c isc be present at 1 o'clock. Chirlie Stephens h is "sturn- t ! from a business trip to Waco. Spring! Spring! We are now r • vJy for spring trade with the1 best goods and latest styles at t^e ri;rht prices at Pittman's. \ T. J, Johnson has sold his mil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

y \ -fat ' ■ ■ i V • S2tW • * sjp|«p ::y$. ■:' © *S <• 1 fi ! pp JifcafS ■ * m*f !i>';.,,i, , S3 ■ SfclW^'r rfflRfi V \ LJI, .*■,, / v. N J- DONT BE SEPARATED. Some Mexia People Have tq get Rid of Both. Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers. You can't separte them. And you can't get rid of the back- ache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system is pretty Sure to be in vigorous health. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. L. B. Baker, farmer, living one miU northwest of Corsicana, Texas says "Doan's Kidney Pills hold a high placi- ir my esteem, as I have been veiling the people of Corsicana for the past three years. They relieved me of a sovere case of backache and kidney trouble three years ago. Since then 1 have known other cases which they have cured among my friends and neighbors who were afflicted in a like manner." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole agencs lor th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

KM-* - '■m BED it #JH and* Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Enow it. I; ,Y a V 1 How To Find Out. t Fill a bottle or common glass with your 'iter and let it stand \wenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an unheal'.hy condi- tion of the kid- nej yoji . evidence of kid- ney .rouble; tor frequent desire to pass it cr pain in the cac-k is aiv conv i" ng proof that the kidneys a.id blad- der i-.i : out of order. What to Do. "I.".erc is ci.rnfort in the knowledjv so, expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- R> the great kidney remedy fulfills Avery wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part cf the urinary passage. It corrects Inability .o hold water and scalding paui in passing it. :■!■ bad cftects following use cf liquor, wine or bee:, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity t f being compelled to go often during tin*. Jay, and to get up many times daring the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary eff j t of Swamp-.Root is soon realized....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

1$ ) J x J J *5\vvs &vea\ 3ive Sale Nearing; an End "5\\.e, b\^es\ wvjtv^ sax>'vvv$ e\>ew\. W\.aA. \\as e\>er \&Vew pVa.ee Vu \\\vs £ ox aw^ o\W commuxvUt^. £ S\ Vvas sa\)e& \\vo\xsawAs *5 o \\ve TwrcKaser aVV q[v*)uv$ \\ve Vo\ es\ "Pr'vces t T&\n\ \\us ax\& \\\e vvex\ voeeV mW, be \\ve mos\ SewsaVioxxal ^ Cos\ ov qjuaVVti uo\ Co\YS\Aeveit 3 i awd \o \\\e &om\Avc\^ "i\\omases \se sa^ come see ^ov ^oMrseV^es l *5 or v\ \ WV sooxv be. ox>er o\\ew ^o\x vovW. be scvr\\ <? i P <? SOoO paws o\ £,a&'ves SVvp^ers a\. Cme-^a^ "Price, $1.75 $1.50 $1.42 $1.25 $1.001 88c 75c $3.50 SVvpveTS w>\ a\. 3000 Pairs Ladies Slippers at One Half Price ;\be>© pairs CAvlUrews arv&Kllsses Slip- pers at \-2, "Price e \ WY Commence *5\\xxvsita\& "tT* SvevaV^s \^sr 9 1 &\.SS C '"6 2.666 "gaVrs S.ai\a& SVvtos a\ \-2, Ynce ' ,Si..,5SUw„s, aV 1500 Pairs Giiildrens and Misses Slippers at 1-2 Price- *■ &\.1b fcaAles S\voes a\ $2 £ a&.les S\...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

mr PART II—4 Pages. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. ■ Ami .-:v; f) Jx t! f t 1 ■'} "1, The State Herald. vol. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7 <f()7. NO. 10 SOME BUSINESS FIRMS OF MEXIA. • 1 1 i —' mi Others will be Found on Other Pages of this Issue.==Read the Bargains they are Offering-. Alexia Pantatoriam In the present advanced age no man will wear cheap loose made clothing when for a little additional outlay he can get a tailor made suit which will inner man. This prompts us to say j fit the form, wear and look well. 1'his- Mecca Cafe Company. In this swift commercial age the restaurant is truly a boon. The mod- ern cafe has become a most popular resort for meeting the wants of the H. W. Gray ! Prendergast, Smith & Co. Am ing the clever mechanics of this city we desire to make mention of the above named gentleman. Mr.Gray has been in business here for the past four years and is well and favorably j activ ities. known. He does a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

f :>. 1- 1 -* . fj I HE SlAlt HCRALB PUBLISHED EVERY TMUMMY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Pmopnikton SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year |l.Ot Entered at the postofflcc at Mexia, Texat, M Mcond-class mail matter. TELL THE EDITOR. We meet you on the street to- day and ask you the news and you inform us that yo- have none. We note your pieasant smile, and that you are clad in your glad rags and we wonder what it means. We notice in the next issue of the Billville Record your son led one of Bille's most popular young ladies to the alter and note that yourself and wife at tended the wedding, your wife scanned the columns of the pa- per looking for an account of it all and finds nothing. You tell her the paper for some reason does not seem to be able to get the news. As a matter of fact it would have been a real pleasure to us to have made mention of the fact in our columns, and it would have taken but a little of your time to have told us all about it and to have left a box of the wedding dinner for...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

i I MEN'S HATS Sprinj? Styles SPRING •• +WKSt MEN'S SHIRTS Spring Styles •«•••••••••« «MM ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« I Is Here in Earnest budding trees, spring flowers, warm weather, and bright sunshine Dame Nature announces the arrival ofSp ring, and with Spring comes all the pretty things as well as the useful things for the woman, the man, the boy and the girl, and our display this season far surpasses any of our previous efforts We invite everybody in this whole country around to visit us, make yourselves at home; look, price and then you will buy. There is no end to the assortment, to the new beautiful useful things for every member of t!;e fa::;!!)'. T!:: space here is not sufficient to give more than a few prices here and there, but the ones we do give are co;ivfoc!ig. Look art every one of them. Here they are: r*' $ tv lothing, Figure what you can Save < ' , ij irlS.T/O value for 815.00 value for Suits $15,00 $12,50 St its $12.50 value for SiQ.OO $8.50 $10.00 value for Suits $8.50 value f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1907

'-^W ' ' '■■^" "" <'vf* "-; ' \ v: ■' - . '■ ■ ■,>• ■'•■■;"/ : V « • 1 J I ! 11 II -J J ■\ '■J £ ;«w Wl™ "IMLI! BY' Tv , // What Ailed Johnny. Beneath thin muumi tkera lies the form Of little Johnny Smart; Jin met n mule nmi UukleJ him And tiled of broom bti.irt! Idyls. The man who bras is so Jiuich of his father usually Vitus to uiltend upon flatterers'for commendatory words of himself. Many men make fortunes; few en- joy them. A CORNCOB BATH. Some people take r.gular killing ball's, while others use dry flesh brushes, ccarso towels and the like, but there is a woman, in town who f.\: ts the greatest satisfaction out of a corncob. Ghe rubs herself every morning with a fresh corncob and when she comes to breakfast she looks as fresh and rosy as a 16-year-old girl. —Kansas City Journal. That's nothing—there's a woman in this town who massages herself every day wiih a Hubbard squash and then rubs herself down with whale oil. When she comes to breakfast she looks so beautiful and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

\.v PART 1—8 Pages. s I J See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE?, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 8. iULXJA, texas, thursday, march 14 >907. NOJ 11 OURAUSTIfttiOHTRIBUTOR By i !)::v]s Austin, March 11. The first sixty <" -ys oC the present lession expired !i> ;t Friday and tho members are now receiving only $2 per day. This will, of course, have a tendency to huny matters along to- ward adjn r. nnieii.. As the Legislature can raise the pay c.f its members back to $5 per day by a '..];jurnii;^ and forc- ing the Governor to call a:; '..t.ra ses- sion, il remains t > be seen >.ow long they will be cont- tit to work for $2 per day. The pay of the officers and employees remains the same, landing In m $2 per day for pages and po.turs to $4 for some of th:> clerks a::.I l'o. the greater number. Notes About the Seriate. From the data compiled for the Legislative Manual, is gathered the following facts about the members of the Senate. The oldest m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

«;T fe« i ' SM® : w-M ■£%*$ wPil : 'W Hi Cream Vermifuge THE GUAMITEED j WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■(WAR! or IMITATION*. TMC GENUINE PHEPAMEO ONLY NT Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* •T, LOUISj MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. WITH LNCLEBY" and thus ended ft Beautiful romance. Later when I discovered that the lock of Maine's balr I had been carrying In my watch was from her Bwltch, I went out to the grave where I had In- terred our love and, Iconoclast that 1 [ was, tore down the headpiece on which waB wrltt&n, "Hie Jacet Love for Mame Forever More!" REVIVO Uncle By's- Life Story. This is where I tell the story of my life. There are 37 chapters and an appendix. I am not going to give you the appendix—I am going "to cut Jhat out!" I was born in the country, the year ! of the big wind. This was the same , vear the pieplant all froze, following | wimei or tne blue snow. *hat i'.ame spring the rabbit first made a noise like a turnip and Willie Tascott invented the saying, "W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

Be A Real Woman. ■ Mo. *08 Peine Avenue, Houston, Tkim, May 14,1908. m \, ■ i t the sis yearn of married life, guttering ■' J i)ulns. I wa« barren dnrmfrl . .. , ■ . with painful menstruation and a dozen other aches und uu I was a poor excuse for a wife aa I was not able to be up more thuu about half the time and dally grow weaker and Wine of C'liHul changed me into a different woman lu five short months, made me robust and stronq. I am vfcry grateful to you for my good health and am today blenseii with a b iby «lio <lue to your luodicine. Viom-Pbbbidbnt, Houston Motumus' Olijb. Wine of Cardui brings health to sick women. Wine of Cardui brings children to barren homes. How can any woman refuse the health Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure ex- actly the same relief if she will take Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for menstrual irregularities. It will n^t do impos- sibilities but it does cure bearing-down pains, . ai-"". makes motherhood possible for barren wives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

. ' ' 55 I MEN'S HATS Spring Styles SPRING MEN'S SHIRTS Spring Styles itrtwyf •< >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ® Is Here in Earnest budding trees, spring flowers, warm weather, and bright sunshine Dame Nature announces the arrival of Spring, and with Spring comes all the pretty things as well as the useful things for the woman, the man, the bo and the girl, and our display this season far surpasses any of our previous effotse We invite everybody in this whole country around to visit us, make yourselves at home; look, price and— then you willJbuy. There is no end to the assortment, to the new beautiful useful things for every member of the family. The space here is not sufficient to give more than a few prices here and there, but the ones w do give are convincing. Look at every one of them. Here they are: * • u Men's Clothing, Figure what you can Have Suits | $18.50 value for Sl^iOC" $15. GO value for S1215 0 St its $12.60 value for SIOiOO $10.00 value for SB|50 Suits $8.50 value for S 615 0 $6.50...

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