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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

r* ^ 1 , ■ « WOmmWlm im. : HHHHHHHHHHullJU v. ■■■ 'i r"i-v 5j j V," W A m * X £*<& i? ■■ ■ ■„' T .: '■■■ T;"*■''-' ' V '" "W " ' • ■ • <y tf/ ,| - «ri '< . • • ; ■ fr* ... .,... ... 1 ■ 7-r We Will Save You dome Money \ . ON A HEATING STOVE THEY BURN LESS FUEL AND HAKE MORE HEAT ft ' « / SEE THEN TODAY CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY hurtles, $489.90. Alia. No. 9653.20. 67, 99 scholastics. r Dr. Jas. A., Caldwell's SANITARIUM t McKinney, Texas. g OF Without the Aid of the Knife cancers are cured in this Great San- itarium. This sanitarium is consider- ed, by those who know, to be one of The Best in the South In modern equipment it is complete and in this town where it is located, we have the healthiest surround- ings We have recommendations from people from many states praising our sanitarium and suc- cessful treatment of the following diseases: t I Nervousness Eczema Ulcers Piles Female Trouble Tumors Stomach Dis- eases Catarrh Ruptures Blood Poison Tuberculosis Bidder aqd Live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, Democrat - Gazette ISHRD EVBRY THURSDAY. —■' " W. Perkins, Wniter II. WiUon, I'iiIiIIkIici'm uiul Proprietor*. rry Adams, Circulation and AsNimiint lluaint-Mii Manager. 5red as second-class mall matter. Subscribers—The date pr'nted lite your name on the margin le paper or on the wrapper iudi the time to which your Hub tlon Is paid. All subscriptions re on the first of the month. Any srilmr not receiving the paper Slsrly will please notify us. If all that bunch of fellows who are now In the apot light In connec- tion with the New York police graft business go on the vaudeville stage, what In the world will become of the i'leglta7" COMMANDMENTS OF McKIN- NKY. j^L Honor thine own town nnd le therein und thy days shall bo jr. II. Thou shalt not take thine cot to another town. II. Remember the weak days to trade In thine home town. IV. Thou shalt not take the name of thine home town In a vein of abuse. V. Thou shalt not steal thy neighbor's paper. VI. Thou Bh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

$SP;' :P\'- \ Section No. 2 ^ The Weekly Democrat-Gaze if m. ...: - ,-mM THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 88. McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURHDAY, OCT. 24, 1012. ONE DOLLAR ss W. T. FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN OLD-TIME FRIEND (Copyrighted 1812 by W. T. Foster) Washington D. C., Oct. 24.—Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturb- ance to cross continent Oct. 25 to 29, warm wave 24 to 28, cool wave 37 to 30. The storms of tblB dis- turbance will not be very severe but little below the usual, but no great cold wave la expected. Not much rainfall for balance of October. The principal rains for the past live monthB have been in the north- ern atates and Canada, with less rain In southern states and border states. Beginning with November the rain belt 1b expected to shift to northern states of South America while their southern states, during next Ave months, will have crop weather very much like our southern states had during the past crop season. We will have much less precipitation during the next...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

; "■ * m ii Watchword SERVICE" it The watchword of this bank it "SERVICE" to customers, and its officers make it their business to be genuinely interested in the businers affairs of it's clients. The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Prea. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell K. Smith, Cashier. J. U. Fttzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vol H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. "U-TRY-IT"—White Billows. Sold by all grocers. Registered Poland China Hogs For Sale I sell nothing but the very best and I guarantee satisfaction with every sale. Write me your wants My prices are reasonable. W. H. KNIGHT Allen, Texas, R. F. I). 1 , Perkins' Nurseries Now 1h tho proper time to plant your trees, ah rubbery, etc. We have a-cllrnau 1 stock, especially adapted and grown tor MeKin- ney, Collin county, nnd the black land. They live. Plant trees. They will e^'iauee your premises in value a'. .1 benefit you In the years to come. PrlcoB reasona- able. W. 0. PERKINS, Mgr. McKin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

TOg"! !;5 E 4 W" THH WEEKLY D8M00BA1 THUR8DAT, OCT. 24. l ll. m \"5ti £ New Fall Suits! Reduced to Only Three Prices READ THIS MEN! Right at the time when you are ready to buy your new Fall Suits; along '*■ comes this special opportunity to buy an up-to-date suit in the latest weaves and patterns at a reduced price. We have decided to carry only three lots of prices in men's suits. In order to put our present stock within these three prices, listed below, we were compelled to reduce the price on every suit in the house, therefore giving you a double bargain in this season's best suits. :::::::::: : : Lot No. 1 This lot contains some of the best values that can be found anywhere at such a price. These suits were cheap at the original prices. See them and compare our lot price now to the prices anywhere. Mingled ef- fects In diagonals and mixed greys; the best lot for we&rlng suits. These $7.50 to $10.00 Suits $S>50 Lot No. 2 You will not hesitate to buy when you see these new ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom \V. I'erkinx, Walter II. Wilson, Editor*, Publisher* und Proprietor*. drtenlwrry Adam*, Circulation and AaMlntnnt IIuhIim-hn Manager. Entered as second-class mall matter To Subscribers—The date pr'nted opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indl- eates the time to which your nub ■crlptlon Is paid. All subscription* expire on the first of the mouth. Any ■ubBcrllter not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. THE PROPER VIEW. II / It seems fortunate that the Jour- nal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin of New York, in behalf of the many members of the American Publishers' Association, has brought ■uit to test the act of Congress re- quiring newspapers to Beinl-annual- ly publish thoir circulation llgures and other matters concerning thoir business, for, as we have said be- fore, the requirements In our opin- ion constitute a denial of the free- dom of the presB and are In the na- ture of a cens...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

*- . 1 / '.* ■"-; ", ' > ; The Smallest Children I When sent to this store to purchase groceries will receive the same attention given the most exacting of older persons. We have just one way of dealing with patrons-FAIR, HONEST, COURTEOUS treat- ment, 16 ounces to the pound and 100 cents in value for each dollar spent. Give us a trial order. i KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 94 AND 523. We give nothing free with our goods except Quality For Sale. A practically new Buckeye wheat Idrill, 8 holes, will Bell at a bargain. [See W. A. Holder, McKlnney, Texas. . We had a Ions chat the other day Iwith W A. (Hog) Smith, living on lone of Bob Fisher's farms. For ■ nineteen years Hog Smith and Capt. |J. S. Dowell were partners In the (hog business, hence the name of I"Hog" Smith. He is a Virginian and [gentleman by birth, a Texan by [adoption. He is one or the best |farmers in Texas. H© makes monty [out of farming and raising fine hogs [and is one of the beet posted men...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

•j fy TOT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT. 24, l lt. Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bong-lit, and which has been In use for over SO years, has borne the signature of unci has Ix-cii made under his per* sonat suiMTvifthm since its inJaney. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and 4< Just-ax-fjood " are bufc Experiment* that trlilo with and endanger the health of Infants and Childreu—l£x|>crlem:c against Lxpcrimuut* What is CASTORIA ©natorla Is n harmless substitnte for Castor Oil, Pare* gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic suhtitance. I In age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Peverlshness, For more than thirty years it has been 111 i. nstunt use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, ull Teething Troubles and l>iarrho;a. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy nnds natural sleep* The Ch...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

BACKACHE f NOT A DISEASE | But a Symptom, a Danger Sig* V nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. Backache is a symptom of organic weakness or dezangement. If you have backache don't neglect it. To get per- manent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood- all's experience. Morton's Gap,Kentucky. — "I suffered two years with female disorders, my I health was very bad and I had a continual backache which was simply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meal's victuals without my back nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging sensa- tions I could hardly bear it. I had sore- ness in each side, could not stand tight clothing, and was irregular. I was com- pletely run down. On advice 1 took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and am enjoying good health. It is now more than two years and I have not had an ache or pain since. I do all my own work, washing and everything, and never have backache any more. I Ink your medicine is grand and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

ANNA. Mrs. T. 0. Bates visited In Sher- man Monday. Ilev. W. J. Wilson was a Dallas visitor Monday, Dr. C. Z. Smith waB a McKlnney \i8ltor Tuesday. Mlna Bonnie Coffman was a Sher- man visitor, Tuesday, M. D. Hornsby niado a business trip to Dallas Wednesday. Mrs. Myrtle Johnson has moved from Gunter to our town. A. O. Heavers was a business visit- or In Van Alstyne Monday. Rev. J. A. Curoway and wife wore Van Alstyne visitors Monday. Mrs. Starr of Sherman visited Mr. and. Mrs. W. B. Starr, Wednesday. Mrs. Bearce and daughter, MIsh lrby, were shopping in Dallas Mon- day. W. O. Strother has been appoint- ed R. F. D. carrier for roue 1 out of Anna. Mrs. Beavers and son of Eldorado are vlsitnig Mrs. A. O. Beavers and sister. Mr. Marcom of Leonard was a guest of his son, 13. A. Marcom, Wed- nesday. Mrs. Marvin Gibson of Melissa was a guest of Mrs. Waltor Strother Friday. Mrs. W. L. Strother and children are visiting relatives in Pickneyvllle, Illinois. A rent house on the Welch farm was ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

.... mmm WELL KNOWN AND TABLE CUTLERY RI8B0N AND PRIMBLE BRANDS mm PENOITi TABJJ3T. (about auo pages) 948 Bier Fellows, 7 for .... 25c 101 Good Friends, 7 for ... 25c 98 Choice Fruits, 7 for ... 25c 10G Young merchants, 7 for 25c 93 Paper dolls, 7 for 25c 94 Rod jacket, 7 for 25c LEADER BENT TRIMMERS G9—7 and 8-ln. assorted heavy patterns, nickel plated blades, bruBs nut and holt, asorted red. Each . 25c MALAGA PLATED KNIFE AND FORK- Low priced'—first quality —all perfect goods. Can you beat it? G700—K. and F. full size tempered solid steel V handle. Set «Oc ICED B. W." )MS >RKS lulne "W. B. W." goods at attractive prices, t 1900—Heavy base, plain smooth edges. spoon. . ... Set 10c Tablespoon Set 20c J1881—7 In. polished (lade, tempered and«cj round, full tang, co-^ ^abota handle. 1 doz. ft..,. Doz..: . . . 15c T" BUTCHER KNIVES. •derate Priced "Never Dull" Butcher Knives. [16—Finest tempered steel, swedged, etched, cocoabolo handle Mb rivets and burrs. « in. ; 5c, 7 inr 45c, 8 i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

: f' ft. K . •. THJB WEEKLY OCIfOCBAT-li AZBTTE, THURSDAY, OCT. *4. 1912. ) ■ RUBBER OVERSHOES NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY Buy to-day and be ready for the winter's bad weather. We Sell the Beat Leather Shoea for Men, Women and Children J. A. WATERS 18 OOINCI TO BELL THESE SHOES * Geo. W. Smith Fashionable Tailor For Ladies and Gentlemen !! Doing a Nice Business, !! Thank You ;; North Kentucky Street \\ night, but escaped without injuries. | Good News For Ladies With each succeding day our hats grow more gorgeous and customers are better pleased. We feel confident we can please th.e most ex- acting. Our prices will be an agreeable surprise for you. Any style—any price—come to-day. PERSONAL ** PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. L. H. Crank of Roland was liorc today. O. D. Lowe of Princeton was here today. Alma Wilson was hero today l'rom Princeton. "Uncle Tolt' Hinton of Climax was here today. John Knuckles of near Parvin was here today. Homer Watson was here yesterday from the Mt. Zion community. Fount ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

Bam * f ^ = I (« '. .' ■ X «<s <:r '-, :' e Want Every Farmer In Collin Co. To Read This, And Give It Thought We Do Not Purpose To Give You Theories But Facts We Want to f rove to You Beyond a Doubt We Have the Best Drill Sold Today When You Carefully Consider the Facts Given Here You Will Agree With Us Take any drill on the market fill the box with grain start it to work, place your finger over the feed, and you can absolutely hold the grain back. With the Superior rorce feed this is impossible to do, it will push >our finger away and feed any way. Some drills use the pressure rod on the disc in front of the drill, some use them behind but slant them to the disc, this is the wrong principal, you want your pressure tads running straight up and down over you* disc to get the full benefit of weight put on them (1 HAT IS THE SUPERIOR WAY) Some drills have their gearing at the end of the drill, THE SUPERIOR IS IN THE CENTER OF THE DRILL. Good judgement tells you this is the pro...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1912

r>; i I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-3AZETTK. THURSDAY. OCT. 14, till. 1 L.J—J- g '-W "■ V, ulTOfi =■ Men's and Boys' Hats Just received another lar#e shiji- rnent of Nobby and Stepson Hats. Serviceable velours and felts. The style are the best and the colors, #reys, tans, browns 4are the sea- son's leading colors. Prices range from ..$1.00 to $6.50 An Immense Stock of New Fall Apparel So reasonably priced and component of such approved styles that all shoppers titles us "McKinney's Greatest Store." Our shelves and every inch of floor space is crowded to it's full capacity. Note the many articles listed here. Also read our advertisement on another page in this issue. We sincerely invite you to visit us next week. 2 Boys' Suits r ' " < \ Don't neglect the boys' new suit. Bring him into our store and It us put a brand new Jane Hopkins suit on him. You will sqe his face beam with pleasure when he sees the beautiful colors and nobby styles we are showing. * They are all double sewed and ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

■I- I!®* P ' - ■" 2 SECTIONS m ... & mt %i-,rx i${' S%-,v JlPte Democrat-Gaze THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 80. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT, 81, 1018. ONE DOLLAR PER THE COURT HOUSE The case of the State vs. Ed Burge, which was on trial all last week, went to the jury Saturday af- ternoon at 3 o'clocu. At 9 o'clock Saturday night the Jury returned a verdict of guilty and assessed hla punishment at ten years in the peni- tentiary. The attorneys for the de- fense at once filed a motion for a new trial. McCue Case On Trial. / The case of the State vs. Frank McCue was called Monday at 9 o'clock at which time the State an- nounced ready. The attorneys for the defense asked for a postpone- ment until 1:30 that afternoon, which wae granted. When the casn was called at that hour a motion waB filed for a continuance, on the grounds of absence of material wit- nesses. The motion was overruled, and the case miiBt go to trial. The selection of a jury from the special £ venire of 105...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

\ To The Ladies— We have an excellent line of the high 16-button shoes. We can give you ex- actlyjjwhat you want in the shoe line. Allow us the pleasure of showing you some|new styles. J. A. WATERS IS GOING TO SELL THESE SHOES ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Geo. W. Smith ^ i Fashionable Tailoi\ i: Kinney today after a load of sup- plies for IiIh store at that place. He stated that lie lost a fine horse night before last. After a several years' absence from McKlnney, "Dynamite" llayes, son of the late Pryor i In yep, again visited our city today. He now lives in Now .Mexico. For Ladies jmd Gentlemen !! Doing a Nice Business, Thank You ;; North Kentucky Street ! A A A A A A . PERSONAL .* PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. Floyd Scott was here yesterday from Bloomdale. Oren Vermillion of Altoga went to the Dallas Fair today. Will Arnold of Woodlawn wan see- ing the sights at the Dallas Fair to- day. Prof, and Mrs. G. O. Priest of Al- toga were here today en route to the Fair. Mrs. S. n. Vermillion and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

.. 1 . V V F / , ✓ h' . • ■ ' ' 1 *• . *,* ' • ' ".■) -':P , w;?' N i ♦ . V f. > mf'1 •« *C , ■ : ? .1, I , %;.m m THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTB. THURSDAY. OCT. 81. 181*. ew Buggy on the Market It Lights the Way for Others to Follow Get the First One in Your Community And stand in a class by your self just as we are doing in the buggy business. BOX SUPPER FOR a 99 THE SEARCHLIGHT ( ) [High grade; automatic seat; 20-inch body; high wheels; flexible spring. ) Mt UgMrt SZttJt in infant. High winds, rough roads, rain or sleet loes not affect them. They throw a strong, clear |ight. Come see them; it's worth your while. eople Are Waking Up to the Fact We are handling complete lines of Hardware, itoves and Queensware and making attractive [rices. Don't be the last to find out a good thing. loliin County implement end Vehicle Co. J. LEE JACKSON, Manager. McKinney, Texas. A^A A^A A^A 1 T f Y f T T T t x T 1 T T T T ❖ t I X X T ❖ t I Y X Y x f f I V f Y X i ♦> : Y Y Y ♦!« McKinney Traveli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

'iVjWf THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-0AZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT. SI. 1 1|. if I fir 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT K O^V FIN W LRY DURING NOVEMBER We are OVERSTOCKED on Fine JEWELRY, WATCHES, Etc., and during the month of NOVEMBER we will sell everything in our store except Diamonds and Sterling Silver at 20 Per Cent Discount A Splendid Opportunity to Buy Christmas Presents at a Saving. \ J , Buy them now and let us lay them aside for you. Tell your friends about this big discount on the Jewelry and Watches money will buy. "|f |[ £omes from GOOdffl'S ItS GOOtl Indeed." Come to this store, see the goo Is we are offering at 20 per cent discount and be con- vinced that we are offering you Real Genuine Reductions. best Let Us Prove What We Say in This Ad The Store of Good Jewelry West Virginia Street. D.GOODIN, 5 I ( rJ ITw8 3^ llintiru. . ■ W. H. Fit AN KLIN. Franklin & Cloyd IMcture Framing Window Glass T. J. CLOYD, JR. ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ ♦ Cabinet Work an<l * Furniture Repairing. * High Grade Work at Correct ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

THIRTIETH NO. 89. McKINXEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 81,1013. The Democrats of MoKlnney and Collin county have been pledged to raise $1,000 towards the campaign fund of $50,000 which was pledged, or rather which was assessed against Texas. Of this sum less than $600 has been collected and forwarded to the National finance committee. True, McKlnney and Collin county have done a great deal better than many other counties of the State which have fully the Democratic population and wealth of Collin. But that 1b no excuse—no subterfuge by which we may or should—dodge. The campaign committee pledged our county for the amount of $1,000, and every man In the county should feel in honor bound to do his part in seeing that pledge redeemed. The only way to do this Is for every man who has not yet. done so, to call on the campaign committee and donate his pro rata amount. Let it be whatever you feel you can afford to give; any amount will be acceptable, from 25 cents up. Following I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

" if? >w£ Wijma THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- 1AZETTB, THURSDAY. OCT. « 1H1. ' '' ' <5 I ;i'r . ■ , V .v Every Boy and Girl Wants a Watch! S&U&4L We want every pipe and cigarette smoker in this country to know how good Duke's Mixture is. We wnnt vou to know that everv grain In that big one and a half ounce 5c sack is pure, clean tobacco •—a delightful smoke. And you should know, too, that with each sack you now get a hook of cigarette papers and A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable pres- ents, such as watches, toilet articles, silverware, furni- ture, and dozens of other article* suitable for every member of the family. You will surely like Duke'^ Mixture, made by Liggett if Myers at Durham, N. C., and the presents cannot fail to please you and yours. 535EP3I I lift As a special offer, daring October and November only we will eend you our new illuetrated catalog of presente FREE. Just send us your name and address on a postal. . V > I % MS ^ ...

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