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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

ZANSAS STATU NEWS. Osborne county issle cn ban J. haa a count v Beat Tha mres Bay that a ne quality of lubricating oil has been discovered, flowing from tho well of Mr. Clawson, Et Coeyville. ' Alton Empire: Mitchell county mua be a little ehort on Smiths, as the recent drawing for a petit jury only caught thr&a in a ptamel of twelve. Two of the young eavaea whom the government is trying to educate at Has kell institute, Lawrence, proved to be eo refractory that they had to be taken back to the territory. Schockeville Plainsman: Tha second election for parmanent county eeat of Kearney couuty has been called for the 19 th. of February. The contestants are Lakin and Ilartland. At Riley, in Eilay county, Samuel Hatton had a fuss with W. II. Beale, and while attempting to shoot Beale the shot killed Mrs. Beale. She bad a babe in her arms, which was also hit and was expected to die, Wellington Standard: The spaces around the pan at the salt works are full to the top with salt at leas...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

r c: "' . ."3 No. 1. Sold. No. 2. ItiO acres, located 7 miles south of Re public City, 40 acres under cultivation. Price 51,500. Terms 51,000 cash, balance on five years time. No. 3. Sold. No. 4. 320 acres, good farm land, frame bouse 18x24, two stories above basement, frame barn 10x40, stables and f beds, 100 acres fenced, feed lot 6 acres, small corral fence, one mile of creek, good timber, HO to 90 acres under cultivation, good orchard, 100 young trees and abundance of small frnitci, two good wells with pumps, good wod Hhed, burgy shed, cribs and out houses. Price 53,700, all cash. This land is in Freedom town' ship. , No. 5. 160 acret, 2 good sod houses, good well, 25 acres under cultivation, plenty good hay land, situated 7 miles from Woodruff station on B. & M. K. K. Price J1.2d0. Terms 8S40 cash, $440 on four years time. No, 6. 160 acres, stone dugout, Kansas sheds and staoles, good spring with never failing water, situated 7 miles from Woodruff, a good stock farm. Price ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

VOL. XI.BNO 16. THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG, - EANSAS E3TABLISnED IN 1S77. rhe oldest paper La Northwestern Kanssa, One year $1.50 Bix months 75 E. r. EOBXS a. A. DAOUX. KOBJ53 4 DIG UK, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING 2AST. l'ar sender. . Freight I'llMHLMiyur . freight.... . 4 :05 p. in. 6:05 a. in. GOING WEST. 10:41 a. in. 3:50 p. in. C. K. &t N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Pasacnirer No. l'i Paciii-'t;r. No. ii Local Freight GOING WEST. No. 13 Passenger " 15 Exprepi " 41 Local Freight T:-10 a. in. 7:15 p. m. 3:10 a. m. Si:) p. m, H-.m a. m. T:'JO a. in. PROFESSlOriAL CARDS. H. WALLACE," M.D Physician and Surgeon. Special attention (riven to the diseases of wo tnn. Ollice south side pnblio sqaare, KlUlllpaburg, .... Kansas. A. B. HOUCK, LI. D.. Eclectic rhysiciau. Office at G. W. Bickford's Drn Store, north side Poblio fiqnare, Phillipsboxg, Kansas. AH calls both day and night promptly at tended. D. BROT...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

rniLUPSCURG HEHALD. iPHILLIPSBCIlG, A motor car in Denver became unman ageable and ran down a grade, jumped the track and -was broken into Eplinters. Sever al were injaree. D. M. Jessup, a jack of all trades, irolud ing preaching:, has been convicted at Kins ley of arson and sentenced to five ysrs hard labor. Rumor Bays that General Harrises eotintinff for a country Beat ten miles trtsi Washington. Capsius M. Clay, of Kentucky, expects to visit Washington in February. Mr. Clay has rjt visited Washington since he was minister to Russia during Mr. Lincoln's ad ministration. Clarksvi!Ie and ITainsville, Mo., have had tn earthquake. The Oklahoma bill ha3 passed the lower house of congress, 14S to 102. Colorado. Texas, ia excited over the discovery of brine at the depth of 603 feet. The Oklahoma bill reached the senate and was referred to the committee on territories, after a Btron? effort on the part of its op posers to have it eo to the committee on Indian affairs. The vote sending it ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

As I Lave said before, man Iiaa the advantage of possession; life is the sur vival of tLe littest; and since man lias the vantage ground, only those women who are armed with the same weapons, have the same determination to suc ceed and the same stake to lose, will gain the same footing. I do not mean to accusa man of any more injustice than comes of this struggle for life; a3 I have said, business is business. No man pays for anything mora than he is compelled to pay. Let our girls be come really thoiough saleswomen, both wholesale a id retail, even if it comes to traveling; let them practically learn printing, engraving, designing' light cabinet-work, stenography, bjok-keep-ing, watch-making, goldsmithing, dressmaking Cat wnieh the practical woman om.t"ino3 makes a fortune) any of th; hundreds of things for which their nimble and delicate lingers, native wit and ta te, quick perceptions and faithful pc-everaiu-e, lit them, and let them learn it as a business, thoroughly, lirn )rab!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

BISSKLL & TWITCHELL'S OFFICE IS HSAD-QU. THE HERALD. I'HILLIPSIJUItG. Kansas. E. F. KORXS. . R. A. DAGUE. KORNS &; DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, February 15th, 18S9. The Oklahoma bill has not yet pass ed the Senate and probably will not pass that body this session. The bill to extend the time of the foreclosure of mortgages on real estate was defeated in the Kansas Senate by a vote of 2-1 to 8. And now it is Plumb for the treas ury department. Well, why not? lie is better than Windom, better than any of the men suggested for the place with the single exception of Allison. But it is doubtful whether the interests of Kansas would not be bettor served by keeping Plumb in the senate. Kansas City Neic.s. It is now thought by those in pos ition to know that President Harrison will ask Senator Plumb of this State to accept a Cabinet position, and it is further stated that the Senator would not decline it. We should be sorry to see Plumb leave the Senate, but would be g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

!OR FINE PHOTOG V ; iiie Bombardment Crowing Holier! High Prices Knocked Endwise and Real Values Annihilated. In order to reduce stock we will until 'March 1st make reductions on Men and Boys' Overcoats, heavy suits, underwear, gloves, mittens, caps, and all heavy goods. Mens' California and Saranac Buck Gloves $1.00, former price $1.50. Our goods are all marked in plain selling fig ares, which will prove that our re ductions are genuine. Bargains in a few Boots and Shoes, to close them. out. Remember this sale only last until March 1st. Call and get prices. J. a $ E. S. LdTSBAUGIL West Side square. THE HERALD. tH riiLirriuuna. KANSAS Fresh groceries at Folings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You can et fresh iish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' moat market "I ot these boots at a bargain at Latsbaugh's." F. A. l'a-e beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. -Bargains at the Chicago Fair. When you want a good steak don't fail to go to the Vest stand. -Ladies' hose JJ pair for 2. ce...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

on: YOUNG FOLKS. Tlie Little Ones. The little ones are pesta, wa sigh, And Iocs of trouble make us ; Ira golden morning ovea her eya They from our sluinbera wake us. Kav, oft era half the niht ia o'f r, They mart us from our dreaming, And we must rise and -walk tho floor, t nt.il they cease their screaming. A 2 !I . r f i ft; Perhapa our ranhncss we deplore ; Indulge ia wishing, may be, Ve hud remained a bachelor While Bingin "Sleep, my baby." We woiiJjr wuy we took a wife, Wbile wrath withiu uj nursed i3, And think of all the ilia of life A 8'iuoxlin babe the worst ia. But when grim death ia hoveling nigh (Far distant may that dr.y be b "Take all we own, O .Lord." we cry, "Is ut fcpareio us the baby." -ISoxtuii Courier. Moses, the Trump, Miss Tabby Linscott anil Miss Peggy Linscott, with their winsome little niece, Alice, lived in an old, weather beaten farm-house in a lonely spot among the hills. The windows of the farmhouse looked out on a wilderness of rose and lilac bushes, whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

STATE NEWS. The Salina Republican announces the tllscovery there of a three feet vein ol CC.l. The 7inelJ Courier relates that the Episcopal church at "Winfleld, a new church, hea been burned and injured eo that it will require ail of the $U,000 in Eurance, or more, to put it in repair. Salina Republican: According to the statement just issued by the PaciSo ex press company, J. M. Drum, agent for the company at Salina, sold more money ordera than any other agent in Kansas, ilissonri and Nebraska, during 1888. Goguao Telegram: Assurances have been received that the Omaha, Dodge City & Southern railroad is a sure thing. That it ia to run through Ilaekell, Grant End Stanton counties. That it -will be built a3 Boon as bonds can be voted in Grant. Arkaneas City Traveler: A. B. John eon has finished up his purchase of H. O. Meigs' fne residence. The consider ation was $10,000. The property is a valuable one, being located upon one of the best etreeta in the city, and near the business...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1889

i-L five The old lady has discovered where to trade and save money. See the smile on her face. The boy knows the place too, but the old man 'aint on. He wants the boy to tell- If any of you are not posted and can't make the name of this firm out Oc dna LI ewes Efo H trows lie" just watch for this space next week and you will find out. LIST OF LANDS FOR SALE. McElroy & Lowe, Ileal Estate and Loan Agents, herewith furnish a lis of lands in their hands for sale, and parties desiring to purchase a -ood larm at a bargain will please note the folio win"- list: No. 1. Sold. No. 2. 100 acres located 7 miles south'of Re public City, 4i) acres under cultivation. Price ji 1,500. Icriut $1,000 catiu, balance on live years time. No. 3. Sold. No. -1. acre, fjood farin land, frame house lSx-,'4, two stories above basement, frame barn 10x10, stable and sheds, 100 acres fenced, feed lot 0 acres, small corral fence, one mile of creek, good timber, no to W acres under cultivation, good orchard, 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

SPEAII TO THEil TSAT HIEST G-O ZOIE-WX-IIID. VOL. XI. NO 17. THE HERALD. pIILLIPaBUEa, . KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. Th oldest paper in Northwestern Kanao. ncii-is: One year Jl.Rf) cix tuontna 75 E. T. KOBMS a. A. DAGC. KOP.NS A DYGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. 2?Z2vI3 T P. TT.TT! The trains on the ML-aouri Paciflc Kailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. l':li':n','Cr Freight . . 4 :0o p. m. .. 6:05 a. in. GOING WEST. Pa-senger. 10:41a.m. Frcieht 3:00 p.m. C K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Pas sender 7:) a. m. No. 10 Passenger 7:15 p. m. So. P-J Local Freight 3:10 a. m. GOING WEST. No. 13 Paen;cr 9:0 p. rn, " 15 Express S:30 a. m. " 41 Local Freight 7:30 a. in. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Fiwnial attentiou cWen to th disease of men. Office south aide pablio iquara, I l.ll.lpoours, - Kansas. A. B. HOUCK, M. D.. Eclectic Physician. Office Bt G. W. Blckford's Drug Store, north id PobJio Bquare, Phillipabars, Kansas. All call both...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

FULIIFSBURG WM3. i . Mill M JPSBTJR.G, The lower house of the Dakota legislator has defeated woman salf raga by a vote of 2u to 22. Conductor Cheney of the Mexican Central is iD a durgeon at Chihuahua, because a Mexioan woman jumped oa his tram and hurt herself. The Gebhard and Langtry consignment of thoroughbred horses, the most valuable that ever entered .the Golden state, has ar rived aafi ly at their ranch in Lake county, California. A tramp who insulted Mrs. Catherine Penn of Lebanon, Penn., was knocked senseless with a rolling pin and thtn she turned him over to the police. COXGKESSIONAL. ATetiuetday. SENATE. Washington, D. C, February C. Th Feu ate spent the session in discussing civil service. nousK. The house agreed to the conference report on the Nicaraguan canal bill after a long debate. The Sioux reservation bill was discussal in evening session. Other bills from the Indian committee were acted upon. Among them the bill granting right of-way through the Indaa territory t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

LSrC 1IATI1 CIIAKMS. BY BILL A UP. f- s't xiiit pianu uuu viuiiu i inrr 4lw a r f 1 1 a yt 1 r - v - rrn . i 1 nits tojct)ier in our jarlor to-right, and I am siitinir bv the cheerful lire in a sweet dream of peace, and thanking the good ;?''" tho music of the spheres, as though the i ii.. planets m courting awuuu m sua made harmony for the angels and for (Jod. Another says that music is me only thing that is common to angels and to man, as though the Cr. ator said: "I will leave him one attribute of my divinity, one emotion that is as pure and innocent as heaven. I will .give it to saint and sinner, to the poor and the rich, the bond and the free. It shall not fade and die with the flow ers, nor grow weary with age." Many years ago a smart scholar wrote a book to prove that a negro had n soul, but to my opinion his paion for musi is argument enough to give him an equal chance for heaven. Blind Tom is almost an idiot, but when his clouded and untutored mind is filled with music that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

BISSELL & TWITOHELL'S OFFICE IS THE HERALD. PHILLII'HBUUG, - KANSAS. E.F. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. EORNS & DAGUE. I'l'iiLISHKRs AND PROPRIETORS.- Fit i day, February 22d, 1SS9. J. IS. Clarkson of Iowa is now ottinj a little boom for a place in the Cabinet. " There is still some doubt as to the passage of the Oklahoma bill by the .senate. If it does pass it is said the President will appoint Gen. James B. Weaver, as the delegate in con gress from the territory. Fannie Bush, an inmate of a den of infamy, near Hurley, Wis., has made her escape. She has been behind a stockade for three years, where she was guarded by blood hounds. She tells a horrible tale of tin treatment she received. The Atchison branch of the W. C. T. U. wi'.l hold an indignation meet ing next week to protest against the legislature's action in changing the age of consent from 18 ta 12 years. Kaunas Citij Neics. Yes, and every man and woman of the state ought to hold indignation meetings and denounce the late ac ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

1 FOR FINE PHOTOG- RAPES TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS.GO TO TU j OKEE'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSIDE I t, Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. Have them both, IHECeuts cxn.d Caps, -BCOtS SL32LCI Slices, AND GENT'S FURNISHING- GOODS. J. C. $ ' E. S. LATSBAUGIL West Side square. THE HERALD. .HIIiLIPSliURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at "oling3. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You caa get fresh fish every Fri day at Li. F. Nipps' meat market. E. A. Page beats them all for a i good lunch. Call and see. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. When you want a good steak j don't fail to go to the Vest stand. Ladies' hose 3 pair for 25 cents at the Chicago Fair. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Dr. II. Wallace is the local surgeon of the C. K. & N. Ilailroad. tf. Cotton batting at 9 cents a pound at the Chicago Fair. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. Wanted at onco! 500 men to uso our money on real estate. BlSSE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

TOPICS OF THE TIMES A Choice Selection of Inter eating: Items. There are lG,00-roraea in the Eng Iish Liberal Association. The wealth of the Yanderbilt family is now computed at $274,000,000. Henry John Trotter, member of Parliament from Colchester, is dead. Maryland's 4S8 canning factories employ 23,000 men and 1,500 can rnakers. A- newly fallen meteoric stone, weighing 140 pounds, has been found at Ellsworth, Wis. The judges of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania have decided to wear black silk crowns. Tan Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Alabama declares itself op posed to female suffrage. Lord Sackyille, it is semi-authori-tatively announced, is to be sent as British Minister to Turkey. President Carter, of Williams Col Jego, has raised $000,000 for that insti tution during his management. The coal mines at Monterey, Cal., which have been idle for years, are to be re qened and vigorously worked. Weston Coyney, formerly a re porter on the New York If era hi, is Yico President ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

b J AiL x JL. H s. Hill tnatter ing pic ehasaJl CI! v r-oot;Ie ere mariner, in tlis er LciiZLag tugar worka. maa. Voice: Tha eleetria light m eca iixtures cave Deen pnr by I). D. Wright, of Petereburpr, . Til. The city will probably be Jighted e gain. Jetmora Bifiicgs: Oar cheese fac tory will corcraeiice operations Uarch 1. The prospects for a bountiful har vest tha corning eeasoa were never better in the history of the county. The wires ear that five prisoners es caped from the j -til in Norton county by cutting bars out of a window. Among the fugitives ere Jim Stewart and Rich ard Lewis, two notorious desperadoes who are held for murder. ' A special from Pratt: Joseph Moore, cf Meriden, Conn., the reil estate dealer, who owns now in this city upwards cf $75,000 worth of real estate, waa in town last week looking hfter his interests, and expresses himself well pleazed with Pratt's progress. Scandia Journal; W. H. Stinson has devised a way of attaching and protect ing a weight for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 February 1889

L, 2 t 1 I 3 I a i v ' O1 J r1 i P ti v.v y i L uK3i Li.'W s w f. . tJ i, "' iSLClxTT-s-rca.s Beads id Sj RY GOOL And they are the people who are selling c S v )o n ij S I jj tf I v. T ff" r' n ti fi r- fi A a I V. u . SmOjclS. i i ! AT PRICES PHILLIPSBURG NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE. The old lady in the corner knows it. Just step in the store and see some of the Bargains she found. It will be atonic for you. The old man needs a tonic too, judging from his looks. DRY GOODS ARE ARRJYIKG EYERY ID AY. If we cannot possibly suit you in this department you must be like an old maid hard to suit, you know. HT AT TTTTVTf1 ! well most of our early spring stock is m the store. It is a big line indeed, and we haye knocked CLOTHING the usual 'high tariff" prices clear out of the ring. Elegant fits too, and well made. 1T OUTfTTC e snow a well selected stock, not so large perhaps as in our other departments, but the prices J oJTlwjLjyJ) and quality is what catches the crowd. People say they have never ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

1 :) szezsi to mEnjL that te G-O FOB"WABD. VOL. XI. 1TO 18. THE HERALD. prHLHPSBURG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1877. Hi" oldest paper in Northwestern Kansas. TESSAS: One year....c;.;;. .J...-i...... Six months $1.50 .75 E. F. EOBNS &. A. DAQUX. KOF.NS 4 D iGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. : 1 - . "-5 The trains on the Missouri Pacific Kailrod ar : ive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. Passenger. Freight.... . . 4:05 p. m. . . 6 :05 a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger . Freight ... 10:41 u. m. 3:50 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Passenger 7:40 a. m. No. lt Passenger 7:15 p. m. No. 42 Local Freight 3:10 a. ru. GOING WEST. No. 13 Passenger 9;-20 p. m, " 15 Express 8:30 a. m. " 41 Local Freight , 7:30 a. m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, .M. IX, Physician and Surgeon. Special attention fciTen to the diseases of wo rn pit. Cilice south aide public- square, lliilllpuburc, .... Kansas. A. B. HOTJCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Office ut G. W. Bickford'B Drag Store, north si'i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

PHILLIPKG HERALD. i PniHiLIPSBUHQ, KANSAS. Rock Rapid, la., has had a $75,000 fire. Twenty-oce firms were burned out. JsmeiD sper and Dick Romero tilled each other in a Baloon at Raton, N. M. Bibb county, Alibama, and Banks c anty, Georgia, have had a vis t from a destructive cyclone which killed people and destroyed mnch property. Thirty feet of the surface of Molbtirry p'reet, Scranton, Fa., caved into a mice be low, breaking gas and water pipe'. The escaped gas ca ight fire and exploded. The Arkansas oScials clim to be on the track of the assassin of John M. Clayton and intimat9 that he is a prominent party, known in more states than Arkansas. CONGRESSIONAL. "Wednesday. SENATE. Washington, D. C, February 13. After the joint convention to count the vote for president and vice president the report of the senate tellers was ordered entered at length on the journal. Senator Evarts spoke on the resolution reported from oommittee on privileges and elections and the petitions it is base...

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