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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 December 1899

CORVALLIS & EASTERN RAILROAD. TIME CARD. No. 2. For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. m. " ' Corvallis 1:45 p. in. Arrive Yaquina, 5:50 p. m. No. 1. Returning: Leaves Yaquina 7:00 a. m. " Corvallis 11:40 a. m. Arrive Albany 12:25 p. m. No. 3. For Detroit: " Albany 7:40 a. m. Arrive Detroit n-'55 p. m. No. 4. Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:25 p. m. Albany 5:35 p. m. No. 6. Leaves Albany. 6:05 p. m. Arrives Corvallis, .6:55 p.. m. No. 5 Leaves Corvallis, . 6:40 a. m. Arrives Albany,. 7:25 a. m. No. 1 and No. 2 connect at Al bany and Corvallis with Southern Pacfiic trains giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. No. 6 runs from Albany to Cor vallis 011 Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. No. 5 runs from Corvallis to Al bany on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only. Train for the mountains at rive at Detroit at noon giving ample time to reach camping grounds on the Breitenbush nnd Santiam rivers same day. IT. L. Waldi.:, Edwin Stone, T. F. & P. A. Man...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 December 1899

i y onroy. Son & Co.! General Merchants AND DEALERS IN l0ds. Groceries, Boots and Shoes,. Hats and Caps, Hardware, Tin wan. Lry, Wood and Wtlloivwaro, etc., etc. Uest brands of Flour aud Food ALWAYS IN STOCK eadquarters for Bargains in All Lines no Baits. All goods war ranted and sold on their merits. ;T ARRIVED A complete assortment of Christmas Goods-in Toys ( Drums, Carts. Dolls, Albums, Fancy Dishes, Books' j Games, etc., etc. ' only First-CP ovoi on the Water Front sf Eggs and Chickens Wanted ae price to all. IL GOODS Irked PLAIN :gures. Como and sec us Mail orders given prompt ATTENTION. Conroy, Son & Co., TOLEDO, OREGON. Care of the Orchard. The past year, with its unusual climatic conditions, has been marked ly a signal neglect of tillage opera tions in the orchards of the state. One result of this has been the formation of an extra large amount of fruit wood and buds, and under ordinary conditions, next spring there will set a very much greater amount of fruit than ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 December 1899

"It is an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good. " That small ache or pain or weakness is the "ill 'wind" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by , taking Hood' s Sarsaparilla. Then your tuhole body receives good, for the purified1 blood goes tingling to every organ. It is the remedy for all ages and both sexes. batiUa IMPROVED TOURIST SLEEPERS. Railroad Are Acceding to Demands of Middle Classes Who Want Better Sleeping-Car Service. In response to the demand of the times the O. R. & N. and its connec tions are placing in operation a much better grade of tourist sleepers for Pa cific coast service than at any previous time. The largely increased traffic to this section of the country has de manded all the improvements of latter day transportation, and in considera tion of tihs the railroads are establish ing a service which is excellent in every particular. Not only are the wishes of the first-class passengers served, but those who are traveling to and f...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 December 1899

'winning the victoria cross. tlenfc de Montmorency, One of the Vlnvtcr "v niiiruium. ' The Victoria Cross has been awarded :0 four puruuiijuuio -"c uuinu or. i0cidurman. They are Cnpt. Kenna, Lieut, de Montmorency, Trlvate Byrne, ?all of the Twenty-first Lancers, and 'Capt. Smyth of the Second Dragoon Guards. A -writer In the Loudon Graphic gives an account of how the Lreted distinction of the Victoria 'Cross was won In the Soudan, and the ! following brief extracts, as well as l,l,e illustration, are taken from that 'paper: j At the battle of Khartoum, on Sept. '2,1808, Captain V. A. Kenna, 21st Lanc ''i8, assisted Major Crole Wyndham, of the same regiment by taking him on 'bis horse, behind the saddle Major jtfjndbam's horse having been killed In "the charge), thus enabling him to reach ?aplaceof safety; and after the charge lof the 21st Lancers, Captain Kenna re horned to assist Lieutenant de Montmo 'rency, who was endeavoring to recover 'diohndv of Second Lieutenant It. G. 'Gren...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 December 1899

he White Hon H. LEWIS, Proprietor. Hew Building, New Goods, THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS HERE and THE WHITE HOUSE is prepared for it. We have a choice stock in this Hue too large ami varied to itemize. It must bo seen and priced to be appreciated. i II Don't buy until you visit w House msx uf tfl 1 i liner .cc i-rueix Yaquina, Oregon Q - . , coo DRY GOODS and FURNISHING HOUSE In the County. A Large and Varied Stock at Rock-Bottom Prices :: 0) A fi) I A ft to p ft S a Specialty"-" All Sizes, Grades and Styles Constantly on hand, at prices which defy competition. 1 ft J rjfoei plfVti Plfpt (olVn iAi ilk (Mwl PETER TELLEFSON Yaqriina, Oregon, DEALER IN GENERAL. MEECHAHBISE I IIAVIv A FULL LINE of Groceries, Flour and Feed, which I sell at prices as low as the lowest. MY STOCK of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Men's Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes and Rubbers, Hats, Hardware, Tinware, Granite ware, Wo'odemvare, Crockery, Glassware. I shall continue to sell out at . R...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

g mmin mnh j (69 i altj tied and. .Jiiine VII kAL IN BRIEF, g EGOS' "letresf of Y. DREG: he cc:j d toff . lvcH acfc hoc Bixel, residing on Dr. Car oKnut two miles bevond ast Saturday morning. He is son were cutting wood, the latter's axe glanced from flew out of bis bands and Mr. Bixel on the right fore cutting a long, deep gash, hayer of Toledo was sum and he went up and dressed ound! Mr. Bixel lost con Jile blood, but will soon be ighly repaired. f. Altree increased his flock ep Monday night by the ad- handsome ram lamb, 1 arrived on the train from ns. Tbe animal is athorough Eotswold, and cost, including naif fortatiou charges irom balem, figinal borne, about $ 20. He jctically all wool and although 'our months old, nearly a yard He is of the kind that will day aid in making Lincoln y famous. ,Rupp, L. Holland aud H. olland, capitalists of Saginaw, igan, have been inspecting of the foe timber lands of ila county, under the escort of Jones. The gentlemen are ably impressed with th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

History of KRUGER. .RHODESIA' x CfrA HE issue between the English and M the Boers is one as old as this cen i tury. . In many different forms, but always with much the same ground of quarrel at the bottom, it has reappeared with each succeeding decade. Many times the two peoples have met on the battlefield, and when war itself has not existed rumors of war between them have been current. Wherever the Eng lishman and the Boer have had their common interests in one territory strife has been sure to come, for the qualities and ideals of the two are widely dissim ilar. The great gold fields in the Transvaal are the material facts that have caused A WEALTHY BURGHER. the conditions for the present struggle, for it is through them that Englishman and Boer have been brought so close to- gether. The Boers claim to be the lords of the Transvaal country, and they per eit in regarding the foreign settlers the Uitlanders as temporary residents with out real rights. Sharply opposed to this view s...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

imp arts Healthfulness to the food Royal Baking Powder possesses peculiar quali ties not found in other leavening agents, which arise from the superior fitness, purity andhealth fulness of its ingredients. Royal Baking Powder leavens the food perfectly by its own inherent power without changing or impairing any of the elements of the flour. Thus the hot-breads, hot-rolls and muffins, and the delicious hot griddle-cakes raised by the Royal Baking Powder are wholesome and digestible, and may be eaten without distress, even by persons of delicate digestion. Alum baking powders are low priced, as alum costs but two cents a pound ; but alum -is a corrosive poison and it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. A Modern Instance. The wonderful advance made in the science of farming during the last few years is one of the best examples of American progressiveness. A little in cident recounted by the Ashtabula (Ohio) Sentinel is characteristic. ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

CORVALLIS & EASTERN RAILROAD. TIME CARD. No. 2. For Yaquina: Train leaves Albauy 12:50 p. m ". ' Corvallis 1:45 p. in. Arrive Yaquina, 5:50 p. m. No. 1. Returning: Leaves Yaquina 7:00 a. m. " Corvallis 11:40 a. m. Arrive Albany 12:25 p. m. No. 3. For Detroit: " Albany 7:40 a. m Arrive Detroit 11:55 p. m No. 4. Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:25 p. m " Albany 5:35 p. m No. 6. Leaves Albany. 6:05 p. m. Arrives Corvallis, . 6:55 p. m No. 5 Leaves Corvallis, . 6:40 a. m. Arrives Albany, .7:25 a. m No. 1 and No. 2 connect at Al bany and Corvallis with Southern Pacfiic trains giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent benches. No. 6 runs from Albany to Cor vallis on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. No. 5 runs from Corvallis to Al bany on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only. Train for the mountains airive at Detroit at noon giving ample time to reach camping grounds on the Breitenbush And Santiam rivers same day. H. L. WALrjiwf, Edwin Stone, T. F. & P. A . Manager....

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

5 Thanking You for your Liberal Patronage We Wish You a Harry Christmas AND A Happy New Year e Respectfully Yours, terwoK out for our new. ad next week. jtfff The Vincent Housed: FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. ZS ffiF-Tables always supplied with tbe very best in the marketjj3T Special attention given to the accommodation of Commercial Travelers Cff-Uvery Barn in connection with the hotel. Good rigs.? r: EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT. If. W. VINCENT, Proprietor, Toledo, Oregon. LINCOLN COUNTY- Heal Estate & Abstract Co. 4 Has a complete Up-to-date Abstract of Title to all property in Lincoln county. Also has a large list of Tide lands, Farm lands and uty property, improved and unimproved, for sale good terms. Address BOX 27, Toledo, Oregon. The Dewey Best Brand of Brandies, Whiskies, Gins, Heavy and Light Wines, etc. bany beer on draught. ."Best ."Brands of Cigars. AL W'AUGH, Proj). It has been charged 'that couutry newspapers aTe boot-lickers on the money side of a question. That they are...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER CHAS. F. & ADA E. SOULE, Pubs. TOLEDO OREGON Now that we have wireless teleg raphy steps should be taken to get messages without messenger boys. Manila Bay seems the actual cause f the Dewey rejoicing, but really the Spanish navy is at the bottom of It. An Ohio man Is said to have Invented an odorless onion. Such a discovery Is calculated to take away the breath. A certain woman has cowhlded a man who kicked her dog. Every dog has his day and this canine's was a hummer. Helen Gould Is opposed to polygamy. So far as the record goes she is not particularly enthusiastic in favor of monogamy. None of Captain KIdd's pirate gold bas been found In New Jersey, but the State has discovered there's millions In forming trusts. Marked cards have been discovered In a swell gambling club in Berlin. This offense should be worse in the eyes of the law than lese majesty. A curious thing about money In poll tics is a candidate with a barrel giving a check to his friends with...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

CARNEGIE'S PHILANTHROPY. Hi. fireat Task of fllirlncr " Aw.r Hi- Fortune. rew Carnegie in a recent lnter . ' expressed his 6entiment8 as to Z responsibilities of persons owning ' urge sum of money. So far as he ''nwelf is concerned, he said that he u!( gradually give away his for iine. bestowing it in Installments wbere it would do the most good a jn.st reasonable disposition, not only u.nse there are no pockets in brouils but also because lie can be ;0re that the money Is used as he Irishes it to be. It Is prouaDie no one dm Mr. uar f?le knows how much money he has, nt the rate at which he is giving it jK-av Indicates that his fortune is an umense one, as lie apparently contem- ' .t i t. I - ,1 i.i a plates communis ui uvuuuuus ior sev- eral years to come. This year he has given over $2,5UU,UU0, and, with the ex tentloa of about $150,000 given to edu cational Institutions, it has all gone for the building of libraries. The benefi ciaries are Washington, D. C; Pitts burg, Pa.; Atlan...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

In? White House H. LEWIS, Proprietor. H "9! 1 "ew Bargains. THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS HERE " and THE WHITE HOUSE is prepared for it. We have a choice stock iu this Hue too largo nnd varied to iteraio. It muat be seen and priced to be appreciated. Don't buy until you visit The White no use tr 1 X y -. fy . , - wo . . .. opr. 090 . . QO r ' j rJ fl & Pr aquina, Oregon Tlie Only Exclusive DllY GOODS and' FURNISHING HOUSE In the County. A Large and Varied Stock at Hock-Bottom Prices :: ft fl fl I Shoes a . Specialty" All Sizes, Grades and Styles Constantly on hand, at prices which defy competition. wMjio vj-- HrVVl til tfl) f (I) i i: P (I) (I) A PETER TELLEFSON Yaquina, Oregon, DEALER IN MEKCHANM I si: I HAVE A FULL LINE of Groceries, Flour and Feed, which I sell at prices as low as the lowest. MY STOCK of Dry Good:?, Dress Goods, Men's Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes and Rubbers, Hats, Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware, Woodenware, Crockery, Glassware. I...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

TOLEDO LEADER 111 MEBKlf'P ON HISTORJ'S PAGE. ' ' DRESSING THE TREE. lY M BTiSTf,M A fw t' Some Notable Events that Hart Talced InCoP Ov. It Can Re Prettily becoratert with Ma- Ci f.. jfT" t. fftamm 4 TTVfc V A&fAa B Bficff ll I trA 7 I rf Some important events in the world's One form of Christmas giving that al- JIbSJm fl H" Alf ! lh.'.V V 1 SS, Vl I hisitm-v hnvn tnkr,n n nrn nn nhr atmai y'' -"V-iJ .,,,. a,, nk;U . h llms-hnnnr. 1 M i o il ISM WW H HmW IMWSJW f jfll day- . Two notable coronations occurred WValMA ed but ever-new Christmas tree, with its Mfcjft 1 J m f Ov iMjK 5 naments. It is a marvelous creation, and MWkfjT v w .TIJ XrtW ' r rv 2T TaT To A CHRISTMAS BELL, wasn't a very big belfry, but roomy e r n o u grh for the bell, For It swung away out to the breezes when It lied auythla' ter tell, An' often It seemed ter sing for me, when I pulled tlier worn old rope, soundlu' gome holy message that was full uv blessed hope, An' Its tones was sweet a woman's when she one...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

m ...W410 4iUe u uui.v- tinker- polattu' upward to ward the sky; An' one by one the stars peeped out, a-glenmln' through the night, Ez though Almighty meant each man to hev er bencou light. Ther belfry-tower seemed hallowed, as a place midway between The earth below an' heaven above, where angels come unseen; An' when they whispered to It the secrets that they bring I pulled ther rope, and what they spoke 1 heered the ol' bell ring. An so through nil the passln years a friend without alloy, It shared with me my burdens, my sorrows an' my Joy; Almos' a living thing It seemed, a-swlngln' to an' fro. With me a-pnllln' on the rope an' standln' jest below; An' such a heap uv comfort then It sounded to me there, I hed to climb tip every night the little wlndin' stair. Jest so that I might tech It; and, oh! It seemed to brine Me purty nigh to heaven, to hear the 'ol' bell ring. Chicago News. CHRISTMAS OF 1900. Plan to Have the Whole Christian World Unite in Its Celebration. It is planned t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

Wwa niJi oi7mtliroush a door that led to hOT v) r$2hf II V AfyrfJit Mrs. Sprague did not follow her daugh- jjf 'JSr HtMi w'"1 ttu f"1""' attenipta at ccnso- V VvIuKnv.- ViVS5? 'ationi neither did he guess what Lilla I' l f vtcu ' -L.iv x N aJoJ l&kiS n was going to do, and that was to write a THE GOOD NEW TIMES. talk of the and cares ROUGH the "old folks" good old times, When land was plenty were so lew; Tet the "young folks" listen with doubtful smiles. Convinced they were not as good as the new. grandpapa, I as dear Those were gay sleigh rides, know; While lassie ne'er danced lithe grandma r; But some things could be said 'bout a mod ern beau, And a cozy jaunt In a palace car. Those were wonderful loaves dear "grand ma'r" made, And she broldered your soiks with a won drous darn; Xet she wondered sometimes, I'm sure, If It paid, (Would have left had she dared for a prom enade And enjoyed to have spun- a little street yarn). No doubt her papa, great-granpa, you know, Really frow...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

it. 1 xl X Lilla's Xraas Presents. r ILL A SPEAGUE seemed to blow J a in at the door with a gust of wind -J and a drift of snow. Then, taring kicked a pair of snow encrusted over shoes into a corner of the hall, Miss Lilia ran upstairs In a hurry. "See here, mother," said Lilla, "it's all over now." "What, dear?" Mrs. Sprague asked, looking up absently from a letter she was writing. "It's all over I say, It's all over be tween Randolph oh, what a foo foo fool I've been!" And she flung herself, sobbing, on a big horsehair sofa. "But why, Lilla?" "Don't ask me like that, mother. Don't! I'Te told you before. And this this is the sec sec second time. Oh!" More sobs. "I don't understand you, daughter," said her mother, leaving her batch of Christmas correspondence and going to carry comfort to the tragic figure on the horsehair sofa. "He's run away again!" Lilla roared. "Done what, dear?" "The same as he did before." "What did he do before?" "Mother, I told you, day before yes terday ran...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

; ' m rllilf ' ' ''" ' ' ' 1 " ' i - IWWOWIW! ., , , , , .1 , - ' ' ' ' , - ' " - ' ., n ir II ' ... l V K V """ 'li' ' prepared a supper wWch the trav- HERE'S TOMTHE MISTLETOE. otmonld and will require the f l I j fti HXvrNrv MijCdd elor seemed to relish with a zest that be- time allowed for cooking. Christmas Ui'IW'B!!(iLCA WB I $ V intST" I II V?iV, tokened a keen appetite. Having finished When I grew in oak groves In the ages past, puddings should be made at least six davs f?v5VC 1 O&VTS? 3 Alfl&U his meal he relit his pipe, drew his chatr hDn XXAWJ P V v"viV Vg" vX MSvl) n6t''r 8 ame more commum- Cut me down from the bough where I clung When a pudding is taken out of the pot fpjtL, S. 'j ' j$fYXi "I SrW SV2S Ca"Yo seem to be a conversable man," To ffd'tatnelr mystic rite. S uuSrto "teWS iOSwC, 4S!W A 1 VSr , ' LV V JLjGWMirr said the host, "and I'm proud of your They have passed away, those days of old, that may drain from it. The day it is to ((VCTj Ar" WiftSF fl f iT....

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

I - "V' ward which an aged white-haired man .Is wending his -way at short inter vals he stops suddenly, gazing over the hedge side, where the moon is shining through the leafless snow-covered trees advancing a few paces he stops once more before a ruined tower, fast crum bling to decay. "God bless the dear old landmarks," ho murmured, "many and many a time have I stood beside you in my dreams when the great ocean rolled between us at last, like the load-stone that attracts the needle, you have brought the wanderer back. Oh, sweet Inisfail, the smallest blade of grass that grows in your green dells is a million times more precious to me than all the wealth and grandeur I have seen on foreign shores." Having reached the cottage, he was met at the door by a tall.well-built, ven erable looking man. "Can you give me shelter for a short time?" asked the stranger. "I can, or for a long time, If you need It though not very long, now I come to remember, for in a few weeks I won't be able to ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 December 1899

7w i y i la ' r r i 11 i i bu ir. -v -o' k.i j mw & sm l. EVERY YEAR. I FEEL 'tis growing colder Every year. And my heart, alas! grows older Every year. I can win no new affection; I have only recollection. Deeper sorrow and dejection Every year. Of the loves aid sorrows blended ... . Every year. Of the Joys of friendship ended Every year. Of the ties Mint still might bind me Until Time and Death resigned me My infirmities remind me Every year. Ah! how sad to look before us Every year. When the clouds grow darker o'er us, Every year. When we see the blossoms faded. That to bloom we nilsht have aided. And Immortal garlands braided, Every year. To the past go more dead faces , , , . Every year. As the loved leave vacant places Every year. Everywhere the sad eyes meet us. In the evening's dusk they greet us, And to come to them entreat us Every year. Yes, the shores of life are shifting , . . Every year. And we are seaward drifting Every year. Old pleasures, clinging, fret us, The ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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