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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

A LORD ON THE RANGE By ROGER POCOCK ,MOJW had hotter own up ot once H J that 1 ain't u writer, but 0 I O was only raised to imncli )( cows, nnil not to tell stn- "WOf rles. And, onywny, this Iionceount story Which I have to toll is only about a British lord fchleh I met with once in Ari sona. It lays no claim to Sunday-best English, but only stakes itself out for leing truth. Away buck In 'St., me being restive In old Texan and wishful just to see tho (.can. I pulled out on the long trail for Cnllforniu. In the lli-Ht hundred mile or so I was no way adventurous. I reckon the sood traveler sliles clear of dan gers before they come, and the most excitements happen on the worst man's Journey, .still, .sometimes a danger comes along pressing and Insists on getting right In the way. Before I left Texas a bad man tried to get my outfit, pointing his gun from behind a rock, but he was hurt when we part ed and needed a surgeon bad. Then, In New Mexico, u bear hap pened Into tny camp, and, n...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

( wlRC 1 Miss Agnes Miller,of Chicago, speaks to young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and suffering and remove the cause by using Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable -Compound T Youno Womeh: I suffered for six years -vritih dysmenor rhea (painful periods), so much so that I dreuded every month, as I knew it .meant three or four dtiys of intense pain. The doctor said this was duo to an in flamed condition of the uterine appendages caused by repeated and neglected colds. "If younff girls only realizod Jiow dangerous it 5s to 1 ate cold at this 'critical time, much suffering -would be spared them. Thank God for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, that was the only mndicine which helped me any, AVithin three weeks after I started to take it, I noticed a marked improvement in my general health, and at the time of my next monthly period the pain had diminished consider ably. I kept up the treatment, and was cured a month later. I am like another person since. I ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 May 1904

This is a good time to sub scribe fur the 1ulton County N i:vs. (July a dollar iiyuar in ad vance. Mi". Cooro Suotts of AltfMitia, Ncijl ii low ilnys last week vi.-sit-relatives and friouds iu this vicinity. Mrs. Thomas Clyde, nco Cora Shoemaker, returned to her homo in l'Jiiliidelphia last Satur day, after having spout a week very jileasautly among friends and relatives in this vicinity. Uy direction of JudgH Uiddle a jury at Carlisle rendered a ver dict for iu favor of the First Lutheran church against John 11. (Jardner, as baliuce on his tfluOO suicription, which he had re fused to pay. David Mailoy left Monday morn ing for East.;ti, where lie repres ents McCounellsburg's Lodge of I. ). O. F. at the (J rami Lodge. Ho expects to visit relatives iu New York city, before returning home. What is Foley' Kidney Cure? Answer: It is made from a pre scription of a leading Chicago physician, and one of the most eminent in the country. The in gredients are the purestthat mon ey can buy, and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

Ins. VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., MAY 25, 1904. NUMB EH 3i FAMOUS BIRD PETITION.! A Remarkable Legal Document on the Protection of Our Birds. BY SENATOR GEORGE F. HOAR. Should be Read In Every School and Home In (he Country, and by Every Person at Least Once In Every Ten Years. Probably the most remarkable 1 sgal document on bird protection that the world has ever known is the famous Bird Petition by Sen ator George F. lloar, Senior Sen ator from Massachusetts. When this was presented in the Massa chusetts State Legislature, the enthusiasm that it aroused was so great that it passed through both JJouses like a whirlwind. This famous petition should be road in every school and home in the country, and we, therefore, reprint it for the sake of both our birds and our people. It will nev er grow old, and should be read by every person at least once ev ery ten years : To the Great and General Court of the Commonwealth of Massa chusetts, We, the song-birds of Massachusetts and their pla...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

HEAVY LOSS OF JAPANESE The Story of a Sortie From Port Arthur-One thous and Japs Fall. Ibc Russian Losses Placed al 1 16 - Stories Received at 51. Petersburg Rather Conflict-inn-Russians Said to Have Broken the Japanese Line Near Port Arthur and Driven Tbcra Back. St. Petersburg, (By Calilc.) The feature of the Jay's war news was information credited by the govern ment that General Stocssel had made successful sortie from Port Arthur, resulting in the defeat of t tic Japanese with the loss of over 1,000 killed or wounded. The Russian losses were llf killed or wounded. According to the story, the move ment was carried out by a combina tion with 4 train bringing in war mu nitions and supplies and General Stoessel's force, communications being maintained by wireless telegraphy. The Japanese barred the route be tween the train and General Stoessel's force, whereupon the Russians attack ed and routed the Japanese. After the engagement General Stoessel's force, together with the train, re...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

"THE VALUE OF A DAY" A Brilliant Sunday Discourse By Rev. Donald Sage Mackay. We Should Not Wade Ellon In Telklnf Plati tudes About the Shortness of Time. IsF.W YOlttC t'lTT. A sermon preached Funday evening by the Hev. Or. Donald Hnee MacKay. in Collegiate Church. Fifth svenue and Forty-eighth street. Iind for! ita subject "The Value of a Day.-' Thel text m from John xi:0: "Are there not twelve hours in the day!" Dr. MicKay! (.id: My text tliia evening i Christ's defini tion of a dav: "Are there not twelve hours In the day!" And what of it? you auk. This much St least.: The day is a great deal longer than some people seem to imagine. It is indred one of the dreariest, as it is one of the oldest oi moral reflections, svhich forever dwells upon the shortness nf time and the swiftness of its flight. More mournful eloquence and doleful poetry have been inspired by that one theme than by any other in the catalogue of human thought. Of course, time is short, and its flight is swift, but ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. MAY 25, 1904. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKKTIMPIU BATH. I'cra-iunre of linen 3 times l 50. l'er wj inre Pitch auhaeqiient Insertion.... fto. Ail itUicrtiMMnent Inserted for leu than I -ree months clmrKed by the square. Smw. I itmin. I yr. . ...iivoo. I ijn.oo. :nn iVon. 4".no. woo (0.00. I 66.00. I 75.00 On-fourth iolnrnn.. Onvh;ilf column.... One Col'imn Noi hlnir inserted for less than ft Professional CurOs one Tear h CLEAR RID0E. Miss Ettie Fields who has been living with Daniel Uotz's family in the Oovo, spont Sunday with licr areut.s, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Fields at tins place. Mrs. F. Is. Stevens and chil dren are spending this week with Mrs. Stevens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I J. Henry. Walter Urown, Clarence Shore, Cleve Fields and Braidy Flen.iDg spent Sunday with J. C.Appleby's at Decorum. Mrs. George Fox aud daugh ters Hilda and lluth and her sis ter Mi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges, CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS I Misses Tempio and Orpha Sny der were in town Monday. I Geo. Prater of Port Littleton went to Baltimore last week to receive medical treatment. White tisb. Potomac herring aud Mackerel. Get them at M r. Don ton I'eck, one ofTliomp son s substantial farmers, spent a few hours in town Monday. M. K. ShaiThcr and M. W. Xace attenddl tho big Masonic Con clave at York yesterday. Kev. Joseph Barney will, next Sunday, preach at Cedar Grove at 10, and at Whips Cove at 3:80, You never heard of any one us- i:i Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satisfied. Mrs. J. C. Kirk of Wells Tan nery, spent inursuay the guest of Kcv. and Mrs. J. V. Adams. h. L. Buckley and Miss Annie Mayno of Fort Littleton, spent Sunday with Miss Millie Huston iit Clear Ridge. Miss Daisy Wmk of this place, spent the latter part ol last week in Thompson township visiting hur parents and oth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

jt'Hi T1 ULr (ItldlH COLO, SLTUffXi 10 Ottlt Tm iK fltJQ MOUtO, l?oto slrrp ttjf brabe. tofjo flfnt to re 0t Bp oil tbeir countrp'a tDistjra tlestf CUbrn feprtnff. tpttfc tittop tingrra cola. Ufturns to brck ttjetc batlotcrD mouh. ferje tbrce 0ball betas a etorftrr soa 'Cban ancp'o feet babe rbrr troo. Bp taerp banns tbrir bnrll 10 rung:, Bp fotm0 unseen t&etr Dirge (a sung: 'Cdere l?onour comes, a pilgrim grap. TZo bless tbr turf ttjat tocaps tbeir clap; ana Jrreenom s&all atof)ilf repair Ho btoell a toeepfng bermft tfjere. 1 :s;f.,v I - mill TH Stogy JYl vk i M - W F they only hadn't given me sucli a name I could do something In the ; world," cried Mark, ' savagely, ns he looked across the f&ix "'kail plain, stretch-' lA&iJf. !" nwn.v from the VV'f outskirts of the big , V SJ: Arizona town. ! i'- rj "But it-s M:lrk C'ii Twain and the Sit i I 9 J Shining Mark and ' ' f:"iy- nni1 C i Make your Mark till I'm it'll of the whole business. Why couldn't I have had a commo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

TIRED, SUFFERING WOMEN. Women run down and endure dnlly torture through nr-Rlcctlng the. kid neys.. Klduey backache makes house- worn II utuutii, n-oi Is Impossible; sleep lltfu'; appetite gives out and .von are tired nil the time. Cnn't be well until the kidneys are well t'se I)onn's Kidney l'llls, which lum rentored thousandf of suffering wotnei' to health and Timor Mrs. William Wal lace, of 18 Capitol street. Concord, N H., says: "I was In the early stages of Brlfht's Jjisoiisc, and were It not for Doan's Kidney Pills I would not.be living to-day. Pain In the back was so Intense that at ulght I had to get out of bed until the paroxysm of pain pased away. I was languid and tired and hadn't the strength to lift a kettle of water. J cnuld not work, but a few doses of Doan's Kidney Tills relieved me, and two boxes absolutely cuic me." A J'KKE TRIAL of this great kid ncy medicine which cured .Mis. Wal lace will be mailed to any part of the United States. Address I-'ostcr-Mll burn Co.,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 May 1904

!.. t)ol;l Hams and liacoa are tine in quality, fiet tlicm at Irwin's. This is a good time to sub scribe for the 1' ui.ton County Xi:vs. Ouly a dollar a year in ud- V.'.li'.'P. Sunday, May L'Htli, liev. David Speer of Chaniborsburp, will preach ;; '!. :-wtntt,iit Kpisco pal c huivli in' tn.s place, morning uud evening. Tlie pastor will preach in the Methodist church la Cliambersburg that day. All kinds of Dried Fruit and Canned Coods cheap at Irwin's. James II. Howies of Hancock, iiof the late Col. John J. Howies and a member of the oldest and most inlluential families in West ern Maryland, died at the City Hospital in Haiti more on the 13th in.st., of Hri'hts Disease. He was aired 7)1 years. Dr. J. J. Palmer of Needmore, l':it a few hours in town last Wednesday. Besides being a successful practitioner of med icine, the Doctor is a specialist on diseases or the eye, and has the latest appliances for fitting spec tacles and eyeglasses. Clenu Jenkins, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jenkius...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

' tV-S VrKjaXUKalfij.: ' 101 VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., JUNE 1, 1904. NUMBER 37 mm THUNDER AND LIGHTNING, And Lots of Jt Promised Month of June for the BY REV. IRL HICKS OF ST. LOUIS. Very Changeable Temperature Will Be Ex pcrienced Raiininn From Very High to Unseasonably Cool. Tbo Rev. Irl R. Hicks, the St. Louis weather prognosticate promises some "spells" of uuset- tied weather in June. The first storm period is cen tral on the 4th, extending from the 2d to the Gth. On the 2d and 3rd it will grow much warmer. During the 4th to Gth marked electrical storms will move east ward across the country. In tense lightning and thunder, with hail and heavy rain in many mi l may be counted on. mere win be a change to much cooler, with rising barometer, westerly winds and clearing skies after the storm. In the second storm period reactionary from about we ow to 12th, there will be sultry winds from east to south, attended oy low and fluctuating barometer. General rain and thunder storms w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

THE J APS STORM ED NANS HAN Repeated Fierce Charges By the Japanese Crowned With Victory Splendid Maneuvers. ALL-DAY BATTLE BETWEEN THE LAND FORCES. Kiachou and All the Heights About It Taken bj the Japs, Who Are Now Forcing the Russians Toward Tort Arthur The Russians Pour a Deadly Fire Into the Plucky Japanese Storming Force at Nanshan Hill. Tokio, (Py Cable). In a desperate and daring assault the Japanese have dislodged the Russians from Kin-Chou and swept them back to N'anshan hill, an almost impregnable position, This was later stormed, and a fierce bat tle that raged r.early the whole of Thursday .-and Thursday night cul iin?.tcd in victory for the Mikado" troops. The Japanese losses were heavy and there is no reason to doubt that the Russians suffered severely. At least 10,000 Japanese are reported lost, while the Russians are believed to have lost fully as many. The latter have been forced back toward Port Arthur, at which point the Japanese column is aimed, and which may no...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

"LIFE'S ASSETS" A Bright Sunday Sermon tty Rev. Dr. Arthur H. Goodeoough. Tils lostructlvtly th lallolli Potilblllllcf Tbtl Art la Mia. BhibtoL. Con. The Kev. Dr. Arthur pephas, or the world, or life, or death, or (lungs present, or things to come; all are fmii p. and ye are Christ' and Christ ia goo's." Dr. Ooodcnouvh Mid: Jinn aspires. H i eye ia on the ky. ian wan made to walk erect. Hia impulse n to climb. This fact indicatea hia de , finv. The earth beneath u and the world (bout us contribute to our flight, but they jffcr us no home. The world, ao near to I and no essential to our present life, ha Ha limitations and titters. Man ia impa tient nf limitations: he aspires to the in jnite and the infinite is always above ua. the noliler man'a nature the more rest less and determined is he to ascend. No philosophy of life is true that fails to rec ognize this instinct of the soul. Man dp lire more room, more room ia above, and ilwve is something that attracts and rane. That fa t is ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

PULTON COUNTY NEWS, i lis 1 ; Icviry Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JUNE 1, 1904, Published Weekly. $. 00 per Annum in Advance. AllVrnTtSINO BATCT. Pcri)ure of H tinr-i 3 tlmm no. I'er iur viii'li iil,MiU'tit Insertion.... ISO. All iiilv-rtlrniinti Inserted for low thitn three month crmrxRd lr the square. 3 mm. it ohm. I yri Onfl-fnttrth enl'.imn.. One-li;iif citlumn One Column .li.Mto. I tjn.OO. . s.m. n no. .. -10.00. M OO. fct.UO JIS.00 WothltiR I inert ed for less limn II. lri,-fwslonitl lnlnnnf sr R DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Long Contest Over Nomination for Treas. urer.nnd Sessions Ran into Wednesday. Tli convention whs called to or iler a few minutes after 11 o'clock ly County I'lmirmiin Henry, und un orfriiniation n effected by m-ikin; Dr. II. S. Wiisliurt presi dent, .lolm I'. Johnson vice presi dent, Norn's K. Hoover und Ho mer j. Siies secreturies. An enrollment of delegates liowed the. following present: Ayr, DiividJMorton and D. A. Nel son;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, at Home or Clipped from Exchanges. Gathered our WANTED: 60 MEN AND WOMEN. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS White fish. Potomac herring and Mackerel. Get them at I r will's. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Tritle a son. R. II. Hiiun of Saluvia, was a business visitor in town Saturday. Joseph FA'eretts and wife are dangerously ill at their homo at Saluvu. Alice Hays, who had been spending some time in Hancock, has returned h.me. Charles Kelluy, who had been employed at Altoona, returned to his homo at tliis placo Friday. Chronic bronchial troubles and summer coughs cau bo quickly relieved and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. Mrs. Harrison Clevenger and children, of Irvona, are visitng relatives aud friends iu this coiiuly. Miss Jennie C. Stewart of llarnsonville, is spendiug the week the guest of L. H. Wible's family. Miss Lydia Mann of Saluvia, is spending the w eek the guest of her auut, Miss Mary Daniels I this place. On the tirst indi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

L'FS. st ru.u n. awriT. V?l watch our bubbles fly iitaf, Or in the blowing break, !And like the children at their play, ' We other bubble make. t l Kut when our bubble are all made, And all mir siMpstnN spent. k Vnlike the children. I'm afraid ' We how our ducontonf. i Ram'a Horn. frwwwww-ww:w) The Unspoken Answer :OOK her. Digby." ob served tiny Maxwell to his rblltll with that air nf an. I t-'--i Hnr to him, "there's only lo-morrow loft, ami I must arrange to lave a few minutes with Miss I.yt Ueton. She's the ort of a girl wbo would make a fellow a rout good wife, t rather thinks she like me, nnd the Tact, that I nm ln-ir to a baronetcy, a good Income attached, will have tome weight. I intend to have a try to-morrow." Digby Grant blew out a cloud of Imoke In order to hide the expression Uint crept over his fuce. "Tlmt menus," said Digby, after a pause, "that you intend to propose to l r to-morrow?" "I don't see what other Interpreta liuii you can put on my words," re loined tiny, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

goulil Cm Any Kind of n ttewliia. Machine at Any Price? If thr-re U any price ao low, nny of fer to liberal that you would tblnU of leceptlng on trial a new high Blade, flrop cabinet or upright Mhineoln, Sinner, Wheeler & Wilton. Standard, White or New Home SewltiR Miichlne, rut out and return thla notice, and joh will receive by return mall, postpaid, free of cost, the URniteomeat ae-wliiK miichlne catalogue ever published. It will nanie you price on the Minnesota, ginger, Wheeler & Wilson, White, Standard and New Home sewing ma chines that will surprlHO you: we will make you a new and attractive proposi tion, a sewing machine olT&r that will mtoiiisli you. If you can make any ne of any sew. Ing machine at any price, if any kind of an offer would Interest you, don't full to write us at once (be sin-e to cut out and return this special notice) and got our latest book, our latest offer, our new and most surprising proposi tion. Address Seabs. Hoebhck St Co.. Chicago. Buri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 June 1904

Dold llitms and Hacou are fiue iu quality'. (Jet them at Irwin's. tieo. A. Hard lias transferred ins residence from St. John, to Perth, N. I). Maurice Trout is visitine his hrother, Dr. X. C. Trout at Fair field, Adams county. ' Smith's show held forth in this place last Saturday evening, at tracting a pretty big crowd. Mr. D. D. Doshong, Jr., accom panied by his mother, Mrs. D. D.Doshong, Sr., and by Mrs. Herto Harm, spent last Thursday at McCounellsburg. This is a good time to sub scribo for the 1 ulton County News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Mr. John Hoover and Miss Jess Nace of Chambersburg, spent from Saturday until Monday among friends iu this place. All kinds of Dried Fruit and Canned CJoods cheap at Irwin's. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Stoler, Mr. and Mrs J. Frank Knyeart, and Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Miller all of Saxtou, spent last Thursday night in this place. For a sum mer outing they were driving overland to Gettysburg. "Zest" with a china cud in package anew breakfast food "Po...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 June 1904

Urn mmt OLUME 5. McCONNELLSlSUUG, PA:, JUNK 8, 100. NUMHElt 38 lew n THE NETHERLANDS. ilhar Chapter ol Its Henry Wolf. History by PUBLICAN PARTY BADLY DISMAYED. L Pctltloied Louis tor Peace Offering flreat Sums of Money and Large Tracts ol Lands. Offer Spurned. The elector of Colognes also had mod his forces to those of iiuis's, making the situation of iat now they were in sore (lis- mi ..: : tress, i nere seouieu 10 oe uo visi !d lmln. except what the elector lur"fuucle of Prince William of Or Lee) could reuder in reinforcing he small Dutch army, which was Lvcpt away like chart' before the f iud. The citizens lied in every pircctiou from the army. Taking l itli them what ever they could. Borne to Hamburg, some to Zea land and others to Denmark. hoou Luttich, Utrecht and Over- hsel came into the possession of lie French, and even French I'.rajroons came within ten miles the Dutch capitol. The Re publican party became dismayed mder these conditions, and peti tioned to Louis for peace...

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