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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 16. '' \"{\"Iaowiahdsldw. lowlands low !Tis more than thirty years ago I heard the same song, and yet, today, . The time comes baclt that slipped away. And brings again the old refrain. To sing within my heart and brain lowlands low, lowlands low! X JLrid why is memory wide awake, And now so eager to partake \" Of slumbering joyf lis nature stirs -i\\ My heart iwith beauteous messengers • - It showB the marsh, the map spread out . : U The briny creek twined round abont, - A shining braid 'mid masses brown, , That creep and creep to catch the town : From lowlands tow, lowlands low t ' It is their yellow and their gray, : It is their tides that truant play. It istheir patches of red bloom. Clinging where earth will give them room. It is their stillness this hot noon Singing together one slow tune •- , Of lowlands, lowlands low.' ' 1 think each true bom melody, In color finds its harmony, This'scarlet moss is toned inD, The gay the military key 1 * /While verdant...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY.. 16, 1901. A -rvtrrvn A: rn? |o£ andtdrinltirig places to close their AD VUt Al ili» I pli'cesat 11 o'clock in the eveningand keep -••• | thiin closed until the next' morning. This Stored in Oi« at fluryeon^Bay, Wit., a» j ste ) was taken because of the habit that ttcond-cutfi* mail rnalte, PUBLISHED EVERY SATtTRDAY AX STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. ^ FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OE SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 ,75 .SO .85 nttle copies _ Two dollars will be charged if not paid ithin the year. One year .... Six months.. Four months Two months Sing * STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 16.1001 AMONG DOOR COUNTY FARMERS. The forward movement of hay and other farm products from this county to the west vshore is now. in full swing. Large quanti­ ties of flour are likewise being sent across by the millers in Brussels. The present season has been the best'in a decade or more for clearing up land, as the amount of snow deposited' on a level is only a few inches. Twenty or th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

- • • -. • .. - 1 '• /•% -r THE A1)V0 The ate. BTDBGEON BAT, 8ATUBDAY. FEB. 16.1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —A Patriotic program at the High School next Friday afternoon. All invited. r-An entertainment by . the Literary Society is on the program right after Lent. '-v.—The. members of the M. W. A. are re­ vested to attend the meeting Monday even. ing. . r ' / . \" —Lent begins next Wednesday and ends April 7th, which is Easter Sunday, as a mat­ ter of course. . - —Jacob Dehos has a number of calls out for county judge, and the documents ire being extensively signed it is jwserted. —The Thimble Club met with Mrs. Frank Long Thursday afternoon am) evening, and Mrs. E. E. Beekwith assisted in the func­ tion. : • ' • • V ' _A couple of inches more snow Friday nigbt and Monday morning has improved sleighing very much, and business now slips along more lively thaft ever before. -The J. 0. Dana Co. lost a valuable horse last we...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

• . c/- . [' THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 16, 1901. ^m^ PWEND OF AGES AGO. ' . Bt CBIBMB HKNBT WEBB, \"Should an! I acquaintance be forgot?\" —ten,, if you'd just as lief M oot. . , H • JoHH PAUL. 'There are severs! thing* that trouble one's • \" age. And work Sot a. man much woe', . Suchasgont—and doubt—debts that will run, .. And rhyme that will not flow. But when all has been said, do we not most dread. « Of the many bores that we know, ' That ubiquitioUs ban, the woman or man. Who knew one \"ages ago?\" In yiuth—you were young and foolish per­ haps Ton flirted with high and Withtow,- ^ Had one love on the hill and one down by the mill— You never were wicked, ah no And thin friend knew you in a far-away way. In a way that was only so, so— , Just enough to give hue to the cry about you: \"O, I knew him ages ago I\" You are married now and quite circumspect. Your pace, like your speech, is slow You tell in a bank, keep silent in church- Are one it is proper to know But this vigilant fr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

/ 1 THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY, 16, 1901. / ^ •r •• Jfarnt anb J|ome. \\ VNCltE ATHKBPHJk- r - BT 8. E. KIBEK. [ When the ground s all bare 'in the winterdays And the weather's sM apd mild, f8ome people grumble at Nature's ways And get amazin' riled, | And go to borrowin'grief and say: \"Jjstwaitr V^e'll payferthia in May I\" | And when it's colder than all git out,' And tj»e snow's choked up the lane, You'll hear some folks complainin' about How the stock eats up the grain, I And they worry for \"fear the fruit'll freeze\" Or \"the frost'll mebby kill off the trees.\" | /When it's mild and nice in the winter days ' I'm tickled to have it so, | Star yon needn't keep np such a ronsin' blaze To heat the old house, you know— I \"Wood's a lot more scarce'n it used to be. I And it better be saved, it seems to me t | When the days are cold and the snow lays deep, Ain't it nice to pile the hay fin front of the horses, 'n' cows, 'n' sheep1 And watch 'em store.it away I— I.I tell yon I never fi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 February 1901

ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 16, 1901. A Pm BARGAINS! r\\V 'feC • • • 16 lbs, Granulated Sugar .v.*• Good Rice, per l b . . . ^ . . -W — • • Best Rice, per lb: Good Quality: Prunes, lb.... • •Extra 14 ' i Best Dried Apples, lb............ ... Extra Quality Dried Peaches and Pears, lb . \\ 41 V Apricots, per 11)vv. ... .. 12 Bars Fairbanks Soap... - Good Bottle Ketchup.. *,... - ..... Very Best Ketchup. ......... Dry We regret that we are unable to quote prices on f Goods this week, but we will be ready soon. = Bassford Brothers. auwwi.uu.iti.iiiiiiaiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiaiiituiiuuuiiUimuuiuuaAiiiiiiHiiuuua* perfumes From every corner . of the world. \\ Our line is complete and select. The, best per­ fumes have contributed their choicest odors. This list had . ought to catch your fancy. Cyarina Violets, Four Roses, Gi abapple Blossoms, Pansy Blossoms, Heliotrope, Mikado, Rose De Granda, Pean Despaque, Sweet Marie, Stolen Sweets, Rex Violet, \"Arbutus, and so very many other high grade scents. I...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

IflUtorical Sioiaty Don't be a Crab either, by going back­ ward when yotr shojilf) go alidad. To keepPP with the times yon must be.progresfrive. Adver tise in THB ABVOCATK. Don't be a Clam * v when a .little, Judicious advertisingTvill increase ..your business ten-fold— • That is. if yon use the columns of THE ADVO­ CATE. Try it. VOL. 39-NO. 46. STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR |MKE MARINE NEWS* | The Protest Xot General.' The Washington correspondent to the Milwaukee Sentinel furnishes the following: A controversy has arisen in regard to the 8turgeon Bay ship canal improvement in •which the people of Sturgeon Bay are asking that the war department shall not insist upon the recommendation made by Maj. Wftt-ren, in charge of Wisconsin harbor improvements, re­ quiring material alterations in the bridge across Sturgeon Bay, in accordance with a survey of a canal project a year ago. by which recommendations were made for deepening the Sturgeon Bay canal f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

•'U*' THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY, 23, 1901. NEVER TO LATB! BV- JOSEPHINE POLLARD. , ' ^ He iros fresh from the prison cell. Covered with dust and grime. . L And with hands and heart as yet uncleansed From the touch and the taint of crime, \"When passing a cottage-door, -' 5 Of a matron trim and neat, -He asked for a draught to quench his thirst. And a morsel of bread to eat. ' And while at the board he ait. Wretchedly hungry and poor, A little maiden with golden lock* Stole in through an open door,: \"JohnnyI 'tis johnny!\" he cried As his heart gave a leap of joy: For it seemed to him that before him stood His own little bright-eyed boy! \"I forgot 1- No, it cannot be! Come to me, darling!\" he said And the mother watched, while her anxious \\ v heart Was filled with a nameless dread. for tainted with prison damps, Of feted and fatal breath, . '• How could she tell but the Jouch of his hand Might hasten her darling's death! • But loTing. and pure, and sweet, , At the wretched man's str...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 23. lfltll. MS . . . MISS ANN. Prim Miss Ann, with her straight black gown, With her two little antique curia. Walk's down the street of the straggling town By the racing boys and girls School is'over and urchins are out, • . , v Mischief and fun are young. And jprim Miss Ann turns sharp about To hear the chorus sung: •: \"Ann—Aphl Can'tget amanl . v.-Hurry and catch him As soon as you can I\" Prim Miss Ann, with her straight black gown. Hastens her errand late. :j: There's a poor, quick pain in her eyes of brown And a queer little halt in her gait. • But she holds up her head to the curious crowd That smiles at her.passing by. With a gesture that once! was reckoned proud, As she hears the wavering cry: \"Ann—Ann! . - ^ » Can't get a man! Hurry and catch him •. As soon as you can 1\" Prim Miss Ann, that straight black gown Hides a tender old heart, I know •. Else why does that worn face go cast down And two tears trickle slow ? Do you think of a something bur...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 23. 19M. THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the {\\xta*lee at Sturgeon Hay, IHs.,o» • second-ciass mall riatf\" . PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY AT8TUB- .'. GKON BAY, WIS.. ' , FRANK LONG, Editor arid Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.' One year.... '.5® Blx months ', .W Four months......... ........... :.... .SO Two months .85 Single copies .............................. .05 rs~ Two dollars will he oharged if not paid within the year. i v1' - STO ROKON BAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 23, 1901. Mrs. Nation continues her dlversi( n of simlritjg saloon fixtures in Kansas, scarcely a day pawing but'what one or more\"joints\" are destroyed. ) The insurance companies have been hit pretty hard again during the present month, the losses thus far being much in excess of . their incomes. More than 1,000 '\"bills of all kinds wi re introduced in the legislature Tnesd»y, ih:8 bsing the last day for new business. At least 90 per cent, will probably die in con - mittee, as they ought to. The lumber fi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

ADVOCATK. FEBRUARY 23, 1901. THE AD^oC^TEi STOBGEON BAY. SATURDAY. FEB. 23,1901. TOANK LONG,.Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Clty and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is- the advertised letter list: Ettie Tahlman, Will AUt'n. • ' —A cow belonging to Capt. Thos. Isabell this -: (FridayLdaoraing gave, birth to three calves. All are females and of the'saroe color—red. . •....'. ' —Sept. Stephenson will. have: charge of 'the furniture store of M, E. McDonald dur­ ing the latter's absence, on'a visit to. the southern states, : —The bids for the proposed addition to the Fourth ward school close March Gth in­ stead of June 20th, as published in the ad- vertisment last week. . ' ' —Wednesday and Thursday nights were about as cold us this region has-had this winter. At ? o'clock Friday ' mornicg mereury was 6 below. The weather bureau, promises continued cold. \\ :.V : —We this week publish' the last'install­ ment of tabulated statements issued by the cOunty 'clerk, some o^ which ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 23, lflOI Ttl 13 MOTHKKLE9S. : HI MARS FOBBESl. - Sweet bahol Ah, beautiful! Thy dimpled hands Close folded, and the sleep of innocence ' Upon thee t I would follow thee amid The mazes of tiiy dreams, and lave . Mir duat-worn spirit in the wells of .cool And undented thought, that gush and gleam. Within thee. I would gladly now put off . The weight of weary years, and lay me down, i A child, beside thee. Ay, smile on and take Thy rest An angel lullaby will steal 4 Into thy dreams, and sheltering wings will fold . .*•, • : : Above thee but my darling may not know' The tender.token. Memory will not press U,pon thy heart one trace of that dear love. Which warmed awhile thy budding.life—then left A shining path, and rose, a star in heaven. The blessed name of mother 1 It will come Unto thee as a tone of rarest music A whisper tinkling down the midnight stars Aroma, wafted from immortal bowers A pale, sweet face, serene and luminous, Bending low down its priceless ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

THE ABVOCATE, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. FIFE'S r AlilMPSKST. US EMHiT HTTNTIHOtOH MIXXBR Love chose a face clear lighted by the soul, . And wrote, on cheek and brow her thought divine, - \"The store shall vanish from the heaven's wide V: , scroll, ' Time's story ends—Eternity is mine 1\" Life came, and at her bidding: pain and care Binned the fair page, its rosy hues effaced . Hiding the tender story written there, : With heavy lines by ruthless fingers traced. Death came and breathed upon each crossing line, : Till, sunk in frost, it paled and vanished * 'slow And lo! once more love's prophecy divine. From the scarred brow,t shone forth with heavenly glow. And whenmenloolwd upon the coffined face They said. \"He lies as in a dream of bliss: Such calm he wore in manhood's early grace, So smiled his lips when youth and hope were --*• his.\" ' y ''' l/:. Under the down dropped lidsjhere strangely • crept Serener light than falls faom star or sun, And a low whisper though the silence swept, \...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 February 1901

M' THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 23,1901. 13ASSFORD BROS, present you with a few -O leading Spring prices, and please bear in mind that our goods are all brand new and up-to- date. CYPRESS GINGHAMS—worth 10c yd. g The.best Red Seal GINGHAMS—worth lloyd. • at Don't fail to get a Dressing Sack of the nice FRENCH FLANNELS—worth 90c yd, at...... And the $1.00 quality for........ 85c ' While in the market we secured a nice lot of Embroideries, which we can give\" you bargains on. We defV all competition. We have new goods arriving every day. Remember, we have no inore of the \"old Rod .River. ^LieBthein & Smith Stock. •' \" . We have just received a targe invoice or the well-known F. Meyers Shoes and the wear and price is O. K. We will have a brand new line of the Erako Hats nttd Caps—up-to-date. Also Gloves. Also have the English Grattitevmre in dishes. We take orders for Ready-Made Clothing. Bassford Brothers, j uiuHhumunmiU'MM\"\"'\"'\"\"\"\"\"\"\"1\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"1'\"'\"\"\"\"\"...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

• : Don't be a Clam when a little judicious 'r\" advertising will increase your business ten-fold— ' That is, if you the columns of THEuseDVO­ A CATE. Try it. Historical Sooioty Don't b» a Crab * either, by going bad - ' Ward \"when yon ghonld go ahead. To keep up : with the times yon must be progressive. ' tise in Tfl« ADVOCATE.Adver- VOL. 39-NO. 47. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901, 1.50 A YEAR :— LAKE MARINE NEWS. | VTTrVVVVVTWirTfTTVvvvvvyvi Anxlety for ltlver and Harbor Bill. The Washington correspondent of the Milwaukee Sentinel says: Considerable •anxiety is manifested by senators.and mem­ bers' in the' fate of the River and Harbor y bill. There is a strong disposition among leading senators to allow the bill to feil. The increase in appropriations made every, day in.both houses, and the fact that about $10,000,000 will be expended on pnblic building projects, with, every evidence that the revenue reduction bill will carry a deep­ er cut into the .war revenues...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 2. 1901. JEANIti, DEA.H, 11Y WM. MfluE. There's aic lore in my heart for you, Wor4s canna' express. Jeattie, dear. Til sail ower the ocean sao blue, . ' An' come baelt a eauire, dinna' fear— , Jeanie, dear. Yeneedna'gang ower the* wide sea, •' Tae seek for content, Willie, dear, Te're treasure far grander tae me Than the wari' an' a' its braw gear— 1 Willie, dear. Bat- my love wad mak* ye a queen, An* basic yet in silks, Jeanie, dear ! ' Wi' diamonds tae match yer'twa een,, An' pages tae watt ever near— • ' Jeanie, dear.': 0 laddie, I'm rich enongh, now! I care na' for rank, Willie, dear—' tiowd never maks honor mair true, I'll aye be a queen, while you're here— WUUedear. 1 want a big hoose for yer name, • An' horses tae ride, Jeanie, dear. Wi' \"leddy\"aye tied tae yer name— A beauty withoot any peer-s.- Jeanie, dear. na', stay at home in the glen.: Whanr true love was born, Willi?, dear, There's nae grander palace I ken, • An' the sun shines the?e a' the year— ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

TUB ADVOCATE. MARCH 2,1901. 3ISI 111 Hill a WM -M THE KNIGHTS. /-'. : CaiaB ^dingiorth oil a charger told, i From the land of the citron bloom, . 'A-stalmirt knight with a lance ol gold And a dancing yellow plume. His shield was of bronze and his. helmet, high Of flame was his breath and of fire his eye And swift was the flight of the charger by. Of thiB knight with the yellow plume Away and away over field a^d wold- Over city and mountain high! And sharp was. the \"flash of that lance so bold And the glance of that fiery eye. , Here was a body and-there was a bier Ha slew one here and he felled one there ' \"Away to the feast of death elsewhere!\" •,-. Sang the knight as he clattered by. r Then down to the Carib Sea he rides, And over the Gulf with speed. And np where the deadly moccasin hides :: In the noxious bending weed Up, up, where the meteor's light burned bin®,. And the foul fog hnhg, and the cypress grew. And the rattlesnake hiss'd, through the swamp he flow, : . Bronze J...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

kBCSFfclWit ••\" \" - •' Bnltnd in the l\\ato*lct at Sturgeon Bay, WU., at uamd-OMs txaU mat/a. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WI& FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. »1.50 .75 .50 i _ . _ n * film Iftnd helo8t n0 tim0in causing the two-leg. AD VUvAlJlf« god brute of a master to bo apprehended. O lk-cr Sclmto conveyed Earl- to this side where he was arraigned before Justice De­ lias, who promptly fined the prisoner $10 awl costs. In default of payment he was committed tofthe county jail for a period of thirty days. Mr. Lyon had the horse taken to a neigh- biring bam and fed and otherwise provided for. On offering the brute water it drank until the attendants thought it would buret, having to all appearances not had a drop' of liquid for three or four days. This is in it­ self sufficient evidence to show the utter in­ difference and brutality of the owner, who certainly could have provided the animal with sufficient water, if the other essentials were beyond his...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

2, 1901. THE ADVOCATE STUBGEON BAT, 8ATUEDAY. MAR. 2,1901. PRANK- LONG, Editor and Proprietor., Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —0. B. Moore has added a- telephone to his studio—67-5. •' • . —Regular meeting of the common council next Tuesday evening. , —March having comt in like a roaring lion it is expected'that ft will go out like a /lamb. '' .» , —Following is the advertised letter list: Conrad 'Bergstrom, Mrs. Ida Lewis, Mary Eoder. : . . —Mrs. A. W. Lawrence entertained the Thimble Club at her home Thursday p. m. She was assisted by her niece, Mrs,. Wm, A. Lawrence. —A couple of representatives of a number of fire insurance assopiations were in the city this week lor the purpose of securing, local agents. \" . .• —Henry J. Gottschalk has purchased the Park Hotel bam in, Baileys j) Harbor pre­ paratory to establishing a permanent sale stable in that village. —If there is .anybody in Door county by the name of Rudolph Moller, and he will call at the Sturgeon Ba...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH, 2 19M. ~ H- d- IT IS BKTTKR TO JtilVK. I have sometimes felt that the burden • : Of life was too heavy to bear . And have longed to lie down at the noontide And rest and forget all my care But over my heart cornea the message, Repeat again and again— \"Iti» bettor to live and to suffer. Thin to die to be rid of the pain.\" Ther'« is rest in the darkness of dying. Anil end to the weary despair The grave holds sure peace and calm silence No'aorrow nor pain can be there: But perhaps in the struggle of living, • Is* soul that has need of my care— Some heart ma£- be bearing a burden That my hand may lighten or share. 'Twotlld be easy to say \"I am weary,\" And lie down and give up the strife, To suffer no more with the heartache ' ? And sorrow I meet ip this life But perhaps from my sorrow-swept heart 'strings' _, ' A melody sweet may be wrung. And my lips when they drank deep of suffer- ing. The tenderest songs may have sung. 'Tis so hard to be patient with livin...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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