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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10, 1901. (From Outing.) A Trip on the Erie Canal. BY L. J. SANDERSON*. It may be that the pictures of Vene­ tian Canals gleaming in the sunlight, -which hung above the fire, or perhaps \"Rudder Grange,'' which lay open upon the table, or yet even that charming story \"San Famille,\" which we had just been reading, suggested it. Who can tell but that it may have been the Thames etching, resting above \"The Strange Adventures of a House-boat\" upon the book shelf close by ? Or it may have .been the combined influence of all these which suggested it, and de­ cided us, then and there, to take a canal- boatf for an outiog Letters were sent here and there, wherever canals flourished, to meet with only the response—\"Cannot take you. No accommodations \"for passengers,\" and, like Euphemia and her husband in \"Rudder Grange, \"ove learned that \"it was not such an easy thing to find a canal-boat. However, the \"friend who had never failed to Serve us in all our wayw...

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 — 10 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AViiCST Id, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Entered in M Postoffiec at Sturgeon Bay, IVie., iu second (last 'mall mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. % FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year......-1. • • -..i'\\yI .. 1.50 Six months: i i, .7S Four months .60 Two months -25 Single copies .... .. .' .... c... ... .. .. .05 Two dollars will he charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 10.1901. More Trouble For Mr, Wheeler. It would seem from the following dis­ patch dated at Plymouth, and published in the Milwaukee Sentinel of Saturday, that : W. H. Wheeler is not finding things running any smoother in that town than elsewhere . The dispatch reads: \"The city council may oppose the pur­ chase by the city of the water-works and electric light plant recently completed in 'this city by the W. H. Wheeler company. Last fall the city granted a franchise to the company to put in a system under the con­ dition .that...

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 — 10 August 1901

• - ' - ADVOCATE, AUGUST 10, 1901. - u • ' ' 1' i , K, . THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON PAT, SATURDAY. AUG. 10, 1901. 'FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The W. C. T. U will meet with Mrs. Jaa. Fritz on Tuesday afternoon Aug. 18. —Dr. E. 8. MeChesney, formerly pre- siling elder of this district, will preach in the Methodist church next Sunday. —The excursion to. Baileys Harbor has been postponed on account of the inability to secure the Marquette for next Sunday. —The following marriage license was is­ sued since last report: Kobt. Woessner, Menominee, to FrancisVincent, Egg Har- '• feor. . —Following is the advertised letter list: Andrew J. Anderson, Mrs. Lmma AndersoD, Mr. A. Brennecke, Mrs. Maggie Hayes, Mrs. John Johrson, Mrs. Tillie Peterson, Gustie Bass. —The band concert Saturday evening brought out a great crowd of • people, all of whom enjoyed, the music to the utmost. Prof. Swan is getting his boys into fine trim for business. —The...

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 — 10 August 1901

• THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10. 1001. WHAT SHE THOUGHT. BT JOIIV A. FRASEn. The poet reclined in the'dentist's chair Her hands they were white ami her face wafv fair, ' And a sunbeam toyed with Jlier nut brown .. • • . hair. • •• But there was a faraway look in her eyes- It took little effort or puzzled surmise ' To guess at the cause by the worldly.wise. She counted a thousand forward and back. Repeated the Lord's prayer, then took a track On tables of weights—oh, that horrible rack I The dentist he, gouged and hammered and •' bored: , Bach thrust was aa sharp as a double edged ^ sword, And *11 of her sighs were underscored. Our sympathies glow for the tender sex. If sometimes they do so torment and vex: We never can help it to save our necks 1 T * I watched that woman and dropped a tear. And granted so loudly I feared she'd hear. And readily guessed what her sentiments . were. The thought, and I knew it. reclining there. With the golden beam on her sointillant hair, \"0 Lord, if a woma...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 August 1901

/ THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 10, 1901. ImtiCi _ TAJ.KIXG TO THfi DEAD. BI GEOEOE W. BDSOAT. Ob, ye Dead! the tears I've shed for you have ' robbed me of my youth. From your voices X can never more hear words of love and truth: Your friendly hands are withered, and your loving eyes decayed, And your bodies molder in the dust.of which yo first were made. Do i~o sometimes watch the.aeaaons as of old they come and go? : Do ye know when we have sunshine? Do ye know when we have snow? Do ye see us? Can ye hear us? 'Do ye know our hopes and fears? Can ye recollect the time when ye yourselves .shed bitter tears7 * Do ye sometimes wish to speak to us and help ns in the strife? ' • , Do ye see how much wo suffer in the thorny path of life? if we could know the secrets that ye know be­ yond the tomb. Would such knowledge make us cowards7 • '•r. Would it cheer us in our gloom? Oh, ye Dead! oh, ye Dead! in your peaceful blest estate Ye can see what God has written in the Books of Life and Fate! But s...

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 — 10 August 1901

ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10. 1901. .imnntimniiiiMMiDiMmiTiiiMMiiifMiiitiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMKiiiiKiiiiMininMririinrrir* MEN'S CLOTHING. J • Dou't forget that we are gcring to be in the clothing business this fall with the newest and | • most stylish line of Men's and Boys' Suits ever 3 shown in this city. We will have a big advantage | • over our competitors, viz.: All new and stylish 3 • goods. Just to impress this fact on your mind we § : had one shipment arrive Aug. ] st, consisting of the 3 following: § All Wool Vicuna Suits—Military Cut. $10.00 '••• : All Wool Fancy Worsted'Suits—Checks and Stripes, i : -• serge lined, hand-made buttonholes, hand-pad­ ded collars—actually worth 813.00 & #14.00— E at $11.00 & $12.00 : Black Cheviots, with fancy double-breasted vests at $1200 '' ••••••: Very Good Value. \"Worsted Straight-Cut.Sack Suits in blue and black v ^ at . $11.00 DON'T FAIL TO LOOK OVER OUR LINE: SMITH-BASSFORD CO., I John & Wm. Bassford, Props. J mlUlUUUUUiiUllUllUUllil...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 August 1901

/ ' TBK ADVOCATE C8ES •' No Patents Nor Plates. COUVANE IT WITH OTHEB WEEKLY . PAPERS. .. ? THE ADVOCATE CLAIMS ^ . S o v i e t ^ - T h c L a r g ^ t C i r c u l a t i o n OF AST W^EKT? IS TFORTTTETUT- - WISC6X»I3f. VOL. 40-N0 19. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1901. Si.50 A YEAR, LAKE MAttlNE NEWS. Gleaned Ftora the Loral Field. Bepaire aad calking was completed on the Oconto dredge Saturday evening. 01arenc.eE. Long, of Milwaukee, expert compass adjuster, is spending a week or two. at his old home here. The pleasure yacht Hattie Bradwell spent several days at Idlewild the past,week while cruising about in these waters. Joseph Wolter, of Rieboldt & Wolter, left Thursday for Manistee to look after some business matters for the firm. The Advocate was misinformed about Engineer Frank Bird returning homo from Sandpsky, O. He is still on board and working every day. . The tug J. V. Taylor was in port Satur­ day morning while on her way south with the Two River Mfg. Co's....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 August 1901

m TIIK ADVOCATE. AUGUST IT. lflOl. THE OLDEST SONG, • ^ BV 7. O. waiTTIER. *- 3*11 sing you a sons, 'tis the oldest on earth It came down from heaven, the place of its birth: Tfhe. birds through the air. as .they bore it along, JPirst warbled the notes of that rapturous song. Then its music was caught on the wings of the •• \"I'W 2That whispered it low through the loaves of the trees, Till they trembled and sighed as the strange song they hear With the rustling of joy and the tremor of fear. And all that had life on the earth, in the sea,' dieechoed the notes of ttat sweet melody •With .flower and fruit the glad world grew .bright, And the murmuring ocean laughed oat in de- . light. . At last, in its holiest, heavenliest power. . •3t pierced the seclusion , of Eden's fair bower, .And filled with a new, troublous joy from above •Two Bonis in that bower, and they called that song—Love. iAnd still fromthat day, through all ages and dimes, ' And so 'twill be song until time shall be o'e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 17, 1901. IX THK BEGIXXIXG. Adgust, year unknown time, six o'clock in \\ tho morning ' : ' Sate in a tree an Apa irrational eating an apple, • Baw no cook as yet, no house, no shred ot a garment .• 0-\".\\ : Soul, a blank taste, nil a thumb but slowly /'beginning , Warranted wholly an Ape, a great Jack-ape o the forefJt, Jabberinsr, hairy, grim, arboreal wholly in . habits,' 7 : si So he sate on till Noon, when, hashed in slum­ ber around him. Everything lay dead all save the. murmuring insect. e •••, Whose small voice still spake, proclaiming si- . lence. Awaking Cf Suddenly then he rose, and thinking .scorn of .'.i his fellows • .Longed to be quit of .them all, his Apess spe­ cially She, dear, Knew no dream, no vision her Apelet playing . about her . . ' i All her thought, her care! At Four, he finally .. left her, -'7* Went to live by himself, but felt a pang— 'twas a conscience v \" \" : Budding, in germ! yet went: then stopped to bathoina fountain: Wow' W...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 17, 1901. PERSONAL AMI OTHERWISE. THE ADVOCATE. Snttred in Hit Postage* at Storgton Bay, TRs., as ttamd cto.\" ixall matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yeM ...... .... - - • ................. #1.50 M* months • .75 Four months. .60 Two months «... .j® Single copies .05 (p-Two dollars will Ibe charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 17,1901. How They Pulled for the Shore. Among those from abroad who are spend­ ing their summer vacation in Sturgeon Bay- are two ielderly gentlemen from an inland southern city. Not having previously had opportunities for boating or fishing, they soon engaged in these pastimes with all the enthusiasm usually displayed by inexper­ ienced, visitors, and nearly every day has found them enjoying themselves in \"this manner. Their custom has been to obtain a rowboat from Theodore Augustine and proceed to a point near the John ...

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 — 17 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 17, 1901. ®181 THE ADVOCATE. BTtTBGEON BAY, 8ATCRDAY. AUG. 17,1901. FRAHK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Ed. Birmingham is engaged in putting new pipes and rods in the well on the ccrarthcmse premises. —Herman Reichaid has just completed the interior of' the Frank Bird residence, and it'is pronounced by experts to be a fine job. —Dr. H. A. Norden on Wednesday eloped the deal whereby he becapie the owner of the Ernest Leidiger property where he now resides. —The sale was this week recorded of John Thoreson, of -Liberty Grove, of-241 acres to Ludwig Wink, of Cedar Grove, Wis., far $5,100. —Much of the dirt excavated from the cellar of the city lota the last two or three days was deposited on WattT Street between St. John and Cottage. —Great catches of pickerel are reported in this bay, the fishing being entirely by * hook and line. Some of the fish run up as high as twenty pounds. —Following marriage licenses were is...

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 — 17 August 1901

-T TIIE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 17. 1901. THIS IMAGE OF GOI). grog to be served out, and then turned in-. This gave the mate and rue an op­ portunity to discuss his conduct. \"\"\"He's mad or drunk,\" said the mate there'll be a mutiny if he tries, that OU thou, whose musings roll \"Above the thunder, o'er creation's -whole? Thou art not. Sin, and shame, and .agony Within thy deepness He They utter forth their voice in thee, and cry \"Thou art not like to. G«d \" Then art thon like to God: of calm fever, as we called it, When we got into the doldrums. . . We were in about three degrees north latitude, the breeze was beginning to show Bisms of being nearly exhausted. Thou, who dids'tbear the sin. and shame and though wllen X wa8 relieved by the voe: \" v mate at midnight we were still reeling Oh Thou, whose sweat did flow— Whose tears did gush—whoBe brow was dead and low? No grief is like thy grief no. heart can prove Love like unto thy love And noneg save only Thou—below, above— Oh God! ...

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 — 17 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST IT. 1901. HER F1KST RAIIjROAD RIDE. \" , \" BY OLIVE 11ISI.KV XEWAttD ' Shle dressed herself, she made her will, she bade them all good-by . \"I'm eighty years of age,\" she said, \"I fear I'm goin' to die. . It's mighty resky bizniesa anc| I'niskeered l won't pull through. Dear suzzl I feel so faintiiied. I skerce know what I'll do. \"If 'twa'n't my daughter Nancy is expectin' of- me so, . • I'd stay right home, nor badge an inch for peo­ ple orter know When one gits old as me, it ain't no time to be . a truatin' • • Thurselves where cars can smash up or en­ gines take to bnstin'. 1 \"For plain old. wagon ridin' my taate won't never spile, Though John gits out the buggy When he wants to pat on style: • ' But whirlin' through the country at forty miles an hour, la tamp'rih' mighty recklessly with God Al- ' ' mighty'spower. . •' ' \"Iswan! I've inst a mind to give up goin'. there at all: If Nancy wants me, goodness! What a tar- , v ryifyin'squall ! L ' Train co...

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 — 17 August 1901

r fr-v TJIK ADVOCATE. AUGUST 17, 1901. 'Folttns the Busipe^ as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in good9. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than' we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. You Can't Get Better Than Best. We have The Best Stock of Tooth Brushes, and we make the best prices. , . We buy in- large quanti­ ties and buy at a discount. Yon%et the benefit • t You get Best Goods, Best Prices, Best Service, Best Satisfaction, at ..STILES & GO'S.. OLD CORNER DRUG STORE. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back if you want it. JOHN MAGNUSSEN, BSALER IK AND BEPAIBEB OF... NEWS OF THE \"COUNTY. ' SEVASTOPOL Chas, Schultz has recently completed the erection of a granary. The Bassford creamery is receiving a liberal supply of milk as well as paying a good price for the same. . Ed. Braun, son lf F. August' Braun, has invested in a clover threshing machine which he will oper...

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 — 24 August 1901

-NO STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Washington Island Briefs. The pleasure steamer Cimbria, of Lake • 'Winnebago, was in over night on Thursday of last week while bound on a pleasure trip up the lake. She was escorted inside by- one of the fish tugs and placed in a com­ fortable berth. Nine tugs are , engaged in fishing out of the two principal harbors on the island. The catch is said to have averaged larger so far this season than for some time past. Very few of the fish are salted, but shipped to market in a freSh state. . Capt. C. O. Peterson is1 operating, \"try works on Detroit Island in which he ex­ tracts the oil and grease from fish offal. He is doing very well in the business, finding a ready market for the commodity in Chica­ go,-whither it is shipped in fish packages. B. L. Anderson is having his dock ex. tended out into deep water. He proposes to have a tug come in after a while and un­ dertake the job of scooping out a ...

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 — 24 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE . AUGUST 24. 1901. '/ A KINO AMONG MEN _ Bit CHARLES HENRY WEBB. Sou may talk of your Emperors, poets and seers, \"Ton may speak of your palaces, princes and peers, iBut a. theme -far more loyal shall quicken my \":\"\\:'Pen.: \": 'Y^. • I sing of toy father—a king among men. Slis voice is asclear as the music ofrills. .And bis foot the bright dew dashes off from the hills, .And his eye, like a lion's, deep hid in its den, ^Oleains steadfast and true^-he'a a ldng among . .men KHis brow is like marble—clean sculptured and •r. bright, ':*V Jnhis hair, like the raven's, gleam stray locks ' ' of white • • - \"Though his hands may be trembling and ' weary—what then, I hail him a monarch—this kihg among men. .And his heart—yon could never all day in the street JFind one that was truer—more patiently beat— • He's, a theme that would quicken a livelier •pen, •Oh 1 would I could show you—this king among men. \"'What makes him aking?\" you may slighting* 'ly cry. -••\"Tia not bro...

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 — 24 August 1901

( x^ rwt'~ ( v THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 24. 1901. •Ml HOME is WHERE MOTHER IS. BT SATHAS D^TBSEB. ' • • •• Your people so wove from place to place, Yon must almost feel that yon have no home,\" Was said to a man of dark-bronzed face Just back from over the ocean's foam. \"Oh, no,\" he answered \"my home is still - Wherever my mother may chance to be.\" And in saying this, without thonght or will. He touched of deep feeling a master.key. ' For home is where mother is: . Surely no other is Bestful and perfect in comfort and cheer. Save where her tender care Sheds a soft splendor there, Like a bright beacon through life's jonrney .drear.\" • & , .J. . .r, ' v::.y . .. So new is our glorious country yet That we needs must often our homesteads change: With pur faces ever toward fortune set, East, North, West, South, we impatient range. • - But, though old ties weaken, and rest is not. And rovers we grow in all else besides, . Our feelings still cling to that haliowed spot Where the mothe...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 August 1901

2 ADVOCATE, AUGUST 24, 1901. 7r TH& ADVOCATE. Entered In Hit Pottoffict at Sturgton Bay, Hi*., or tecond elnee mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRASfK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One-yearf ••• Six months. Four months —. Two months ...... Single copies . *1.50 .78 . .SO .as 1.05 wfthi'n Two dollars will be charged if not paid thin the year. STUBQEOK BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 84 1901. Sewspaper Patronage. Many long aiid weary yeare have forced the conviction upon us that newspaper patron?, age is a word of many definitions, and that a great majority of manldnd are either ignor­ ant of £he correct definition or are dishonest in a striot. biblical sense of the word. News­ paper patronage is composed of as many colors as a rainbow, and is as changeable as a chameleon. There appears to be may different ways of understanding the true meaning Of news­ paper patronage as it is called, and as an interested party, we give place to a disqu...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGI'ST 24. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. STTJBGEON BAY, 8ATURDAY, AUG. 2J, 1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —An alarm of fire brought out the depart, meat Monday morning. It was a false call, however. - : , —The Board of Education had no quo­ rum Monday evening, consequently no business was transacted: • —The frame of the large barn for the new canning factory has been raised and partly enclosed this week. —Keep a sharp lookout for swindlers and fakirs. Under no circumstances put your name to a piece of paper .presented by a stranger. —The Wisconsin state fair, opens in Mil­ waukee Monday, September 9th and closes on the 13th. Half-fare rates on all railroad and steamboat lines. —Sunday and Monday were exceptionally warm days, and on the former large num­ bers of people went out of town to spend the day in some cool retreat. , —The farmers are beginning to market their produce, and another two weeks will see this branch...

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 — 24 August 1901

w- THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 24, •A: i THK POET'S VISION. % sr StU.KS O'RKriAY. A poet musing at the midnight hour , Saw a great light and heard a voice of power.: \"Blessed are those that love their fellowmen,\" Thus said the voice, and looking upward thin Be saw an angel floating in the air. Of form majestic and of face most fair, \"Art thon of those.\" said the compelling voice. \"Who love their fellowmen?. If so, rejoice \" The poet smiled all sadly. Then he said: \"The troth is truth, andjlmpre than daily bread, Why should IJ hope to blind thy eyes that see Down to the core of this humanity? I am not one that loved my fellowmen. , A chosen fewl love, and they again Love me: but not the myriad multitude, With all their meanness, coarseness, manners rude,' .-J ... ,\" Who bow and cringe to mammon's SOUB of pride • That they may JHave the crumhs wealth casts aside. They love not me, and I no love do waste, Nor on the desert sand my life blood cast.\" , The angel's face,grew«tem. - \"B...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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