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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 14, 1901. 'OPR Charlie^* • • BT PEBCT HOMERS PATSE. The beautiful angels one morning in fall , Did bring to our cottage a sweet'baby Bmall, . . And laid |t so lovingly down by our side. We thonght.it foretver with us would abide, ' We watphed it so carefully, day. after day. And Jang^d for the hour when our chernb ecinld play. And charm us with prattle—that dear baby- • talk— Or creep o'er 4he carpet, and then learn to •walk. We thought it-so cunning, with-auch little feet. And hands very 4iny—no baby could beat! As gently we gazed on our .Charlie atireBt, The heart softly murmured: Oar baby's the best! Those, bright little eyes and the «oft silken itair, . ' • ' - ' Made sweet baby Charlie to us very lair .And proudly we thought of the pleasures in Btore— For baby would brighten pur joys evermore I No moHal so happy as we with our boy— Our cup feemed o'erflowing with parent's fond joy. The first one bright angels had lent us to loye. And spared feat a, seaB...

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 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 14, 1901, THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the Postofiict at Sturgeon. Bay, Wis., at tecond clem mail matter. , ' no room for them hero. Let them get un- to an uninhabited island and do as they please, and i£ they see fit to exterminate one another so inuch the better. PCBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAT AT STUR- GEOSSBAX. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OE SUBSCRIPTION. One year ..... — • $1.50 f'our ix months .75 months — .50 TwOmonths ................. .25 Single copies — .. ...... ....... ....... .05 ®-Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14.1601 The Attempted Assassination. The whole country was stricken dumb with horror and'surprise last Friday after­ noon when the astounding news was flashed over the wire that President McKinley had been shot at Buffalo by an unknown man and the chances for recovery were slight. The hews received here was of a very in­ definite character, and as a result every one was wo...

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 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 14. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The Catholic school in this city started up for a term of ten months last week. —Following is the advertised letter listi Carl Bohn, A. Grames, Eli Olson, H. Bich- qrds, Walter T. Smith, James Torgeson. —Good body maple, four feet long, is be­ ing delivered in this city at the present time for $4 per cord. • • —\"Fast Mail\" will appear at the Opera . House next Tuesday, Sept. 17. 'Tickets at Wagener's Saturday Sept. 14. —Jacob Noll and son will ship a couple of carloads of cattle and sheep to the Chi­ cago market by rail Monday, the stock hav­ ing been procured in this vicinity. —Ole Torstenson last week lost a horse jjworth $75 or thereabonte. The animal took sick with the colic and died in spite of the efforts of F. I. Schuyler, the veterinary sur­ geon. * /: —County court was adjourned foranoth- er week fro...

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 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER, 14, 1901. THE MISSION AND DESTINY OF v, , WOMAN' •'v BV TH0MA8 DtlSS ESOM8H. \"She bath-done what she oeuld.\"—M&ns xiv-S. When Adam, in the groves of Paradise, ' Once, in deep slumber closed his weary eyes. He little dreamed, before he should awake. Of what a grand creation God wisuld make. \"It wasnotgood for man to be alone,\" For though his path with rich delights was strewn, CompanionleBs, his lot o$uld ne'er be blest, But by strange lobfelihess^would be oppressed. So God.in wondiion8 l4ivane?B'.ibrrae*lfi plan. Whereby, from thsir.lcme itiifef, to rescue man And, while !he slelt^tiio^ ^oman from his side, To bey through life hi^ Manselor and guide. He then awl theWttie family circle formeil. . And man'f cold^^wrt with l(ye for woman warmed{\" And she, through joy and rorrow, has become The sweet presiding ftepiu'sof his home.- Wherever £e Without h«loyia||t^«^^U!^tS But with b&r warm 'faction Zifeiajoy, Which grief, nor' ptilo, 'nor caro,t»...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 September 1901

THE! ADYOCATEv SEPTEMBER 14, 1901 I0IITC. THYIISIS ANn-^AMARANTH — A JjOJVR LESSON. BY JOHS O SAXE. ^TJiyraia, enainor3d of a maid,— • '' Fair Amaranth,—a trick essayed . : • To test the way her fancy ran: : .v And thus the simple swain began : ' \"O, Amy!- if you only knew, ' Ancl. like myself, could feel it too, ' A certain malady that harms Young fellows, while it sweetly charms, I'm sure you'd wiah your gentle breast Were of the same disease poasest. Ita name you mayluive chanced to hear Pray let me breath it my our ear— , . 'Tis Love: my darling! ghat's the •word I\" . \"'Tisone,\" quoth she, \"that I.have heard. And think it pretty pray reveal^.^ •• • Exactly how it .makes you feel x • • And tell me plainly all the. signs By whi^h its presence one divines.\" NN, \"Ah I\" said the boy, \"its very woes : ^ Are ecstasies I—the pitient goes With laggard step, and longing looks, And murmurs love to babbling brooks. Arid all the while, in every place, ' Bde naught but one bewitching...

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 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 14. 1901. Umbrellas. 'E have them. We bought them right and are selling them right—all the way from 45c to $3.00. Remember, we have the \"Self Opening'^ and .\"Self Closing\" ones too. t \" ? Give us a call and get the best -and newest. Fall rains are coming and everybody wants an umbrella. John & Wm. Bassford, Props : \"Follow the Crowd to Wegener'8.\" Busies as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quail? ty in goods. You might just jas 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. Money Talks at my •f Store! For the next 30 days I shall make a large cut in prices for cash. Get prices for your Fall and Winter stock of Groceries and Flour. Positively lowest cash prices guaranteed. 1 meet all Chicago department store prices. - . 1 pay cash for Butter and Eggs. 1 Stroh's Cash Store, J. P. STROH, Prop. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. JBA1LEY* HAHBOH. KJarl Handr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE tJSES No Patents Nor Plates. COMPARE IT WITH OTHER WEEKLY PAPERS. '• ' iXTi'stoti a a i- a-o V: TBE AWVOCATK CLAIMS The Largest Circulation Of AFFt WEEKLY J3f SOBTflBB J WIKCOX91S. , VOL. 40--N0 24. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SAT0KDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1901. 81.50 A YEAR. BKAI JII S OP JH)OR flHYlV. LAKE MARINE pWS. A Close Call. , The crew of the fish, tug Hoffnung had a close call off Kenosha last week Thursday. The boiler of the tug sprung a bad leak when twenty-five miles out. By Careful management they had got within five miles of port when they shipped a big sea, which together with the water in the hold from the leaking boiler put out the fires and left them helpless, and night upon them. They were obliged as a last resort to use the clothing on their persons to make torches, the signals of distress finally attracting the attention of the crew on the tug Ehgel, and the disable craft was towed into port-about midnight with several feet of water in her hold and an exhausted ...

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 — 21 September 1901

THK ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21. 1901.. POntSOTXEX THE11E. BY KTHKI. LYXN. . \" . When the ransomed walk with the saints in white,— \"Whore the ramparts shine with a sunless light, There shall be no shadow the view to dim. Bo discord heard in the heavenly hymn Jfcrt—the loved who failed here to learn the psalm?. • \"With the doubtful crown —with the drooping . palm? ' . .' Will the happy souls gone to glory know There are wayward wand'rers here below. Groping and blind and astray for aye, • Sown the endless sweep of eternity • Hever to shine in the garments white. Haver to walk in the heavenly light?• Sonld a chosen saint wear the gift of grace, Missing for aye a beloved face? tjtrald a mother sing with the happy choir, When a wayward child had no waiting lyre? Would she not o'er the starry boundTy peel*. It the spirit lost might be wand'ring near? 1-knovr the Lord, who is King above. Shall guard all saints by his tender love: Neither soil of sin, neither thought to mar. Qui come where t...

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 — 21 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21, 1901/ DEATH HAS CROWNED . HIM A , ' MARTYR. BY ELLA WHEBLEB WILCOX. , • In ibe midst of sunny waters, lo! the\" mighty Ship of State Staggers, bruised and torn and wounded by a . derelict of fate. One that drifted from its moorings in the anchorage of hate. ' On the deck our noble Pilot, in the glory of his prime. Lies a woe-impelling silence. Head before his hour of time. ' i , Victim of a mind self-centered, a Godless fool of crime. : • One of earth's, dissension-breeders, one of Hate's unreasoning tools. In the annals of the ages, when the world's hot anger cools, ' » He who sought for Crime's distinction shall be known as Chief of Fools. In the annals of the . ages he who had no thought of fame (Keeping on the path of doty, caring not for praise or blame), \" Close beside the deathless Lincoln, writ in light, will shine his name. Youth' proclaimed him. as a. hero time, a statesmans lore, a man Death has crowned him as a martyr so from goal he ran, : ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21. 1901. APVOCATE. Entered In Hit Postnfflcf at Sturgeon Ray* at • tecond clot i»ail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON JBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oneyear....... ............. .. Six months Fcrar -months —.... —......... Two months Single copies ............. ..... .... W Two dollars will be charged If not paid within the year. *1.50 .JB .50 ,85 .05 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. SEPT. 81,1»1 ALL CIVILIZATION MOURNS. William McKinley, the executive oE this great republic, is' no more, having fallen a victim to the bullet of an assassin* and not only does America mourn, but the entire civilized globe shares our sorrow and grief. Our martyred dead was possessed of such high moral courage, was so trustful in de­ feat and calm in victory,—he was so lovable, so approachable to' the poor and lowly, so meek and honest that he not Only enshrined himself in the hearts of his own people, bnt had won the respect and co...

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 — 21 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 21, 190lt V . ? A - : % THE ADVOCATE. 8TUKGEON BAY, SATURDAY. SEPT. 21,1901 FfiA2IK LONG, Editor and. Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES, —Following is the advertised letter list: G. F. Green. —McKinley's portraits are in great de­ mand, and dealers who obtained a good sup- : ply are selling them as fast as they can he got in from abroad. —The signal service people have been somewhat shy on their predictions during the past week. They promised us souther­ ly winds for several days but it persisted in hanging in the north right along. —Please to bear in mind that this paper from now until January 1st, 1903, for the small sum of $1.50. You cannot possibly make a better investment of the same amount of money. Therefore, do not de­ lay, but act immediately. : —Fires and warm clothing were quite es­ sential for comfort during' Tuesday • and Wednesday. Since then the weather has : moderated very perceptibly, and we are as- r sured of a l...

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 — 21 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 21, 1901. WHO KNOWS.? ' BT XORSW SIOESHASS. • V- Who knows, who knows N For what the wind blows? To scatter the rose-leave's sweet. Or rout and wreck a fleet? To rock ft bird on a bongh. Or break a heart and a vow? Whether it blow from North .or South, To or from the harbor's month, • Whether it blow from East or West, Who knows -why, and which is best? . Who knows, who knows Why the tide ebbs or flows? If it go out or come in. What it shall lose or win? - What it doth seek on its quest? What secret bring back in its breast? Ever the old sea-song is sung Never a human ear or tongue Understands it, or may tell- Yet it may breathe from the heart of shell' Who knows, who knows • 'Why a life comes or goes? Why its thread is with others crost. Or tangled, broken, and lost? Woven in weftage gay, : • • Or with warp and woof of gray? Whether are better smiles or tears? - Whether are truer, hopes or fears? Whether is sweeter, joy or pain? ^ • What is loss, and what is...

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 — 21 September 1901

•m THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 21, 1901. i!'\\- anft Some. WOXDKKFlbrj COUNTRY. BY -TOEI. BENTOS. \" '.There once was a time when, as old songs prove it. The. earth was not round, bnt an endless plain: The sea was as wide as the heBvenS above it- Just millions of miles and begin again And that was the time—ay, and more's the V-Jv..' pity - It ever should end I when the world could \"play. When singers told tales of a crystal city In a wonderful country faraway! But the schools must come, with their scales • and measures, • VV,',:\\'V * To limit the visions and weigh the spells They scoffed- at the dreamers with rainbow treasures. „ . A n d c i r c l e d t h e w o r l d i n t h e i r p a r a l l e l s : They chartered the vales and the sunny, mea­ dows. •.•••• : - Where minstrels might ride for a year and a • • day • j • They sounded the depths and they pierced the shadows Of that wonderful country far away. For fancies Jhey gave us their microscopics For knowledge a rubble of fact and ...

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 — 21 September 1901

A ' - \" THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21, 1901. Umbrellas. rE . have them. We bought them right and are selling them right—all the way from 45c to $3.00. Remember, we have the \"Self Opening\" and . \"Self Closing\" ones too. Give us a call and get the best and newest. Fall rains are coming and everybody wants an umbrella. , 1 SMITH-BASSFORD CO. j John & Wm. Bassford, Props. •Follow.the Croted to\" Wagener's.\" Our Busies as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. 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. Hotel Waldo Corner. Money Talks at my Store! -f ••• For the next 30 dajfe I shall make a large cut in prices for cash. Get prices for your Fall and Winter stock of Groceries and Flour. Positively lowest cash prices guaranteed. I meet all Chicago department store prices. I pay cash for Butter and Eggs. Strob's Cash Store, J. P. STROH, Prop. ——— MIIIIMMMMI Attention...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, USES . No Patents Nor Plates. COHFABE IT 'WITH OTHEE\" WEEKLY . '•. PAPEBS. ' '•: . v HUtomal Society • • tK»- ApybdiTt ti£i The Largest Circulation OF :AB?Vt&lXLl- i* 2*6BTBEft «\" •*.\"••.: /wisioNsr* VOL. 40-NO 25. STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY., SEPTEMBER 28. lliui. Sl.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Atlanta on Dnnlap Reef. • The Goodrich liner Atlanta ran bard aground on Dunlap reef at an early hour Wednesday morning while coming into port bound south, and the united efforts of all the tugs available failed to release her. The accident was unquestionable due to the fact that the scow-schooner Libbie Car­ ter was anchored almost directly in the channel at the point where steamers make the short turn at the north end of the reef, and in avoiding running her down the big Bteamer was forced to make a short \"turn to starboard. As the. wind was blowing a gale from the northeast at the time she was greatly handicapped in again regaining her course, and before she ha...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

THE AbVQCATE. SEPTEMBER 28. 1901. f ' \\ THE.BHIGHT.S1DK. - : Hone looks on/the bright side, , It is sure to be oil the right side— AS least that's how I've found Has I've iotir- i. 9 neyed through oaoh day Ami it's queer how sliadovrs vanish, And how easy'tis to banish Froiu a bright side sort of Nature every, dole- , ful thing away. ....1 1 Tfiere are two sides to the question. Ait we know so the suggestion Of the side Which holds the sunlight seems most reasonable to me. •And you know We can't be merry, And mak« our surroundings cheery. If: we. will persist in coddling every gloomy thing wo see. • „ There's a sensible quotation, Which will fit in every station— - 'Wfe ail know it: \"As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined.\" „ And the twigs of thought we're, bending, If to ways of gloom we're tending. Will be pretty- sure to twist and dwarf and quite deform the mind. There's » way of searching over The wide skiea till we discover • Whether storms are on the way, or the wea...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

\\ • - J - y THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 28. 19Q1./ - • MY SIIII* AT SKA. . How many ships I've sent to sea— Buoyant with hope and'fall of glee, - . How few returned to me? . . Ships that-I've freighted with my all . •• Drifted away beyond recall. But storms will rise and storms \\vill fall . And ships go down at sea. •How oft, with sails aU golden—bright : . \"With sunlight-they have passed from sight •While from the shore have I Kept watch with feager eye, •,- , Until my ship had floated by ' • ' Unttt with sails all proudly set, ! Just where the earih with heaven met, t They vanished—while I lingered yet. But storms will come, and winds will blow- Iy ships are driven to and fro— And some go down at seal And some mere wrecks, from put the past- Mere hull, and spar and broken mast. With all their treasures overcast, ' Float back to me. And then I sigh o'er what I've lost: U,-K ' Weep o'er my life so-'tempiest tost— So cheerless-and so drear! Why trust frail barks unto the sea? What bri...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 28, 1901. The Advocate. Entered in (he Pestaffict at Sturgeon Bay, His., ae second class txall matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR- GEOS£BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. : • RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. V. Oneyear..... .... ,... ti 50 Si* months .75 Four months . ..—... 80 Two monthB : .. .85 8ingle copies .... .. .05 »\"T« dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28,1B01 The Assassin Found Guilty. Czolgosz.the murderer of President Me- Kinley has been tried and oonvicted, the trial only occupying tv?o days. He waS sentenced Thursday to be electrocuted the event to take place sometime in November next. Liberty of the Press. It may seem that we are several centuries behind tp find anything to say about the liberty of the press. To those who know, however, to those who appreciate the inten­ sity of the strife for sueoess, who feel the weight of the blows of the daily battle of life, for all such there is ...

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 — 28 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 28. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1901 FRANK LONG, Editor'and -Proprietor. Official Paper of City anil County. SHORT TAKES. —Regular monthly meeting of the com- mon council next Tuesday evening, which is also the 1st day of October. —The it. P. Co. has just added a 5-horse. power gasoline engine to its outfit, and operations in and about the warehouse are very greatly expedited thereby. —The October. number of Scribner's Magazine has been received at this offie, and a hurried examination indicates that like old wine it improves with age. . —Street commissioner Wollitz found it necessary this week to rebuild the fire dock at the foot of St. John street, the timbers and plank having become decayed. —While assisting in loading a heavy trunk onto a wagon a few days ago Ed. Downie accidently had the end of the first finger of the left hand nipped off at the first joint. —The ladies of the Hope Congregational church will hold an afternoon an...

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 — 28 September 1901

. v i . 'I HE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 28, 1901 i BILL MeKtNXKY AN' ' IUM, Mc- KIXIiKY'S \\VIFK. \" .' BY OKOROE E.'HOWES. I've hearn about them Romans.' An' their grand, devoted wives. Who, to shield their husbands'/honor, Would give up their souls, their lives. But the noblest net o^moderns. In this selfish World's hot strife, Is the act o'Bill McKinley ' • %: i'1' An' Bill MfeKinley's wife. I : But times is awful different now, An' men ah' wimmen both ~r~'~ / To part with wealth, an' wealth's posishv ,, I# pretty middlin' loth. There ain't thet same old splendor. ^ Or thet noble kind o' pride, About the folks o' now-a-days—. Er eise my hist'ry lied. I mean, of course, in gen'ral. For the conduct of our Bill An'Mrs. Billia shinin' bright- J' Vi £ . Our rusty hearts to thrill. • •- ' There wa'n't no crash about it- ' Not a Roman statue scone, . Where a toga's sweeping grandeur Might enfold a pride serene- Sot a murmur of a fountain. Nor a.Forum'B echoing chili- Just an honest man deter...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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