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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 30 March 1897

V I i H ki i bU I v n MI ii i i Ji Llr U - - V 1 tf ML- i - I rf n v - ff CiH c lr BLfZ r xr -- -- 3KE Jl - jJOsr S t I T - v 8 BAILKOAD TIME CARD fclia - - W L N R R ARRIVAL OF TRAINS From Cincinnati 1116 a m 530 p m 1015 p m From Lexington 439 a m 740 a m 339 p m 622 p m From Richmond 435 a m 742 a m 333 p m From Maysville 745 a m 330 p m DEPARTURE OF TRAINS To Cincinnati 445 a m 752 a m 347 p m To Lexington 752 a m 1127 a m - 540 p m 1021 p m To Richmond 1125 a in 537 p m 1025 p m To Maysville 750 a m 630 p m F B Carr Agent JOHN CONNELLY PARIS KENTUCKY Work guaranteed satisfactory Calls promptly answered Your work is solicited Prices reasonable D A ITTITOTIG U 8 AND FOREIGN JlTjOL JL JELixM i O procured EUGENE W JOHNSON soxicttor and attorney in pat ent CAUSES 1739 New York Ave Washington D C Office established 18G8 Charges moderate Correspondence Requested 2mar ljan98 FOR RENT WO STORY brick house on Upper i a resi I Pleasant street adjoining the dence of S S Clay Apply to 29sep...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

fcrvf h B Jv V j6 f E 1 b U1 chaup a uii i frJ irfrners i Ha inn infill II SEVEfflESTfiV f OUR jMuOTTC a Satisfaction Guarantee Or money HeUel Easter is coming and with it the Spring We alL want to make a good appearance of being well dressed If so come to PRICE -- ISMlAEi Suits at 750 Pants 350 To CO 03LOTX3IIERS and get one of our suits made to order in our Merchant Tailoring Department ranging - From 1350 To A perfect fit guaranteed Our ready made are strictly allwool a perfect piece of workmansuip and in the latest fabrics black and blue Cheviots Plaids Over Plaids and Cassimere We make an effort to please the Little Ones in style and work manshiras well as prices Our zvttf - - ttm stiiifs at 480 1 are all new fresh goods and up todate Your wardrobe is iot com plete without one of our STYLISH HITS AND NOBBY NECKWEAR Special No 5 This week only Suspenders at 25c worth 40c and 50c A large display of trunks and valises can be found atour store Kemember you can find us at the old st...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

IK ft ffa i v FVr r tJTit Ttt f ro 1 jS - - tw -- c ji1wc - k - 5M 5r o mi r re 5 V - If - 4 -- r i -- i ir Mi io s Mm - V vw 1 VI - t ET IS USELESS GEORGE L CONVERSE Prolong a Hopeless War Says Minister Dupuy DeLome Sifaj II P liloyd Wants to Be Minister t Belgium Frank Palmer of Illluoig Nominated for Public Printer The Cabinet Meeting Forakers Bill Washington March 31 Within the past few days Minister Dupuy De IJome has said in private conversation to more than one person that the cause of Spain in Cuba was lost forever He has intimated that the official adminis tration of the island was honey combed with either dishonesty or incapacity and that in view of this fact it was idle for Spain to be send ing soldiers to the island for no mat ter how brave privates might be the officers were looking for private gain or public honor and sacrificed their troops for personal considerations From the conversations of the Span ish minister who has usually been so iguarded it is taken for gran...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

i ii M L rv I ii fj ti Tis the custom to prate of the sadness The sins and the sorrows of life But Id rather speak of the gladness And beauty with which itis rife For the darkest of clouds has its lining The hardest of labor brings sleep Neath the rocks thereVte gqftl for the mining And pearls may be found in the deep Is it better to sip of lifes nectar Or purposely drink of its gall Would you willingly walk with a specter If angels would come at your call Would you rather have sunshine and light ness Or darkness and gloom in your dreams As for me I would cherish the brightness Witlrwhichthe whole universe teems Xook around and behold the earths glory The mountain the river and plain For they tell us an exquisite story The burden of Natures refrain How the Father of loye in His kindness Has given us more than we know Though we throw it aside in our blindness And reap of the pain which we sow But to harvest the best of lifes treasure One lesson must early be learned That we give to e...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

If - H hi i v w f f P V MB a v 3 7 a KWM U- J H s ttir iVr - A S- fSfr ii - 7J i - c jrJ t 3 Eh -- S S - Sill wm t - j 4 V r s -e - r -TV J KSJ - - 5 i TZ v r in f - 7v -- - f v i A- JC - -- i v 4 - W 3 t QZzr - - v - I -- -- H t 4 TI t fi ROYAl it vs WraGarea8fis7l s s re- i -1 POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adul teration common to the cheap brands jRoyal Baking Powder CO New YOrk nnm hews Seventeenth ggtatyJlSfl 1881 j JPublished every Tuesday and Friday by -WALTER CHAMP BBUCE MILLER Editors and Owner Make all Checks Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ Miller Attehlioii Candidates All candidates f dr the various offices in Bourbon County who expect to snfc mit their names to the Democratic Primary Election May 22 189 afe re quested to report their names to D C Parrish Secretary on or before April 5 1897 Court day at 10 oclock a m T E Moore V td Chmn Dem Co Com I Great pr...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

rllk THE BOURBQH HEWS Seventeenth Yei Establihed 18811 Ehleied at the Post office at Paris Ky as j iss mall matter TELEPHONE NO 124 m - i - i - SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Payable in Advance Onye ar 200 1 sixmouths 5100 XWS costs you cant even get a re port TKOM A UTN FUEE OF CHABOE - x Make all Checkst Money Orders Etc payable to tlie order of CuJlf fe Miliar Prices on yarn carpete slaughtered at 3T tf Hintons - Felix Lowhy and wife hare moved to their farm near Paris Sydney G Clay and wife haT mov ed to a farm on Cane Ridge Remember the millinery openings of Mrs M Parker to day and to morrow Wallace Bros circus will exhibit in Lexington May 3 and Mt Sterling May 4 Bishop Burton is building a hand some residence on West Sixth street in Lexington Judge Webbs civil court will convene Tuesday morning in the council cham ber of the city building The third of Mr Leon Vincents series of lectures will be heard to night at the Court house Subject Lowell Mr and Mrs Rion Dow have moved to Mr R P Dow...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

l i m Mrf 0 t gtrfai -- rt iTr - - v SH a Hv irV - tfofi vx -if J C4i - a -- v i rvi M re I I K v h I- hr l - - X Town - j S 6 l - iiiiirMWrilMMtfritrilrfcMMlWTiyrM1grifr ililiiiiliilli THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 Published Every -Tuesday and Friday fay WALTER CHAMP I BRUCE MILLER fEUtor3 and Owners AN AWAKENING rMTvy1 km Jf BY IAUL DAIVBY Copyright 1897 Tt was the building- of the Juniata Slatertown Mercerville railroad that woke up Hank Black but it was a few words said by a girl that he rthoug ht a g ood deal of at that time that first disturbed his sleep so to v -speak I happened to be in Grahams store over in Slatcrtown when Hank was disturbed and I heard the disturb ing words It was one Saturday nigitt in August orae 12 yeats ago Grahams store was crowded inside and out There must Jbave been 40 or 50 in the store in front of the Counters and twice as many on the sidewalk waiting their turn to go in and buy Behind the counters be sides Hank Black Graham h...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

- i - fj i net - 7 Ti VjTJ 1 V THE FARMING WORLD ORCHARD PARASITES Valuable Discovery to Frnit Growers klciiortetl from Missouri The Missouri experimentstation has made extensive experiments with differ ent methods of killing- the woolly ajmis or apple root plant louse regarded as one of the worst if not the worst enemy to the apple orchards jof the southern half of Missouri The following- is a brief summary of the discoveries made The limb form of this insect can be readily killed by one or two thorough spraing s with strong1 kerosene emul sion Apple seedlings buds and grafts should be planted in a small trench fd led with finely powderedtobacco or tobacco oust and lightly covered with a literal supply of tobacco dust aimlied to the roots every spring in order to kill the woolly aphis and prevent it from establishing itself there It should be applied by removing some of the earth from around the roots filljng the x 1 f fr 6 CALVES FOR THE DAIRY I A Kecne Tells HowHe Raised Prof ita...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 2 April 1897

pa vi y t m 17 TuW iJfej l P 1 I l h ttt v iv i A- flff V- b - Mm IP lis life V jft v - wr - r - v - 1 v f - -ST--- Or J -is 3yff i t f - r 8 rsi RAILROAD TI1IE CARD j vt - L N ft R ARRIVAL OF TRAINS From Cincinnati 11 16 a m 530 p m 1015 p m From Lexington 439 a m 740 a in 339 p ra 622 p m From Richmond 435 a m 742 a m 333 pm From Maysville 745 a m 830 p m DEPARTURE OF TRAINS To Cincinnati 445 a m 752 a m 347 p m To Lexington 752 a m 1127 a m 540 p m 1021 p m To Richmond 1125 a in 537 p m 1025 p m To Maysville 750 a m 630 p m v F B Carr Agent JOHN CONNELLY PARIS KENTUCKY Work guaranteed satisfactory Calls promptly answered Your work is solicited Prices reasonable T A rPTFTCrnPG u 8 and foreign JTlX X JhVi lO PROCURED EUGENE W JOHNSON SOIilCITOR AND ATTORNEY IN PAT ENT CAUSES 1729 New York Ave Washington D C Office established 186S Charges moderate Correspondence Requested 2mar ljan98 FOR RENT mi IWO STORY brick house on Upper Pleasant street adjoining the resi dence of S S Clay App...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

1 i ii a Stf m HEJv if Ut - - r - y4 - - rsrwTTFTF i ---321 r st Is V- W J Vv SEVENTEENTH YEAR y s CHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners RsSE r -v - - - -- - v v v v it T H F JL I I mm r w -v Satisfaction Guaranteea or Honey mmi Easter is coming and with it the Spring We all want to make a good appearance of being well dressed If so come to II PRICE OHiOTIKIEIFlS Suits at 750 The Whitest Purest and The Best FLOU Ask Your Grocer For It Take No Other EVERY SACK tjvrj v and get one of our suits made to order in our Merchant Tailoring Department ranging From 1350 To 265fe Aperfect fit guaranteed Our ready made V are strictly allwool a perfect piece of workman suip and inthejlatest fabrics black and blue Cheviots Plaids Over Plaids and Cassimere We make an effort to please the Little Ones in style and work manship as well as prices Our Fail Ws at 5 are all new fresh goods and up-to-date Your wardrobe is not com plete without one of our STYLISH HATS AND NOBBY BECKWE R Special No 5 This week onl...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

w n if it V - K i j j ft - 11 r - ir J n cii ti i V a i T ir m tVK V - kA Ht - c m t a- 117 v- 3- HT 13 t t KtO 5V L - S T1 r - i K 1 Pfrfr - C i 4 FF vCy - EBBCrerjf v 4 V Vs- r v JLZ -4 fc V -1 HOBOES KOJLEI I- J sAnd Only Eight Wounded at the Bom foardment of Izzedin British Warships Capture Three Small fjreek Sailing Vessels Christians Can Not Sell Sheop or Produce in Canca European Troops Wnzed London April 2 The Times Friday prints a dispatch from its Vienna respondent who says A council of the admirals was held to day Thursday to determine wheth er and when the Gulf of Athens is to he blockaded All the powers have now consented to that proposition though nothing1 has been decided with respect to the blockade of other Greek ports It is no secret that King George has formally stated to the powers that a declaration of war against Turkey will immediately follow on extension of the blockade to the Greek coast This fact can not be left out of con sideration It is believed in some ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

SI 5 - - it- 3K - - l z i - J VIOLETS On my mantel now they stand Fairest Hooms in all the land With their touch of natures grace -And an almost speaking face -Some in blue and some in white Sure they are a dainty sghtf On my mantel now they stand Fairest blooms in all the land And I would some child shut in Mid the citys mighty din Might their wondrous beauty know In the meadow where they grow Nestled in the waving grass While the winds above them pass Opening all their petals wide To the joyous summer tide Oh I would some child shut in Mid the citys mighty din Miht their wondrous beauty know In the meadows where they grow B M Wright in Good Housekeeping Copyright by A N Kelfbgjj Newspaper Co CHAPTEB XVIII 4 ATJXT MAG WE HAVE FOUJJD A MOX WHA WEEL MAXAGE THE BALANCE On tlie morning of September 5 when the Sunshine passed down the river Ironi Kendall seated in the cabin a position she was allowed to occiify as an old family servant was Aunt and it was noticed that she was better dre...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

1V a T i U ii ift fe 3 hi fc 1 f K r r fVt r 15 o Vj h2u s u - f l y v S A- tv - Ste AM 1 Wv - HK8 lKiBKl rv - r -V 4j -- W A 4 i AKlH nftiHyLjfrp CREAM Bssttzmzx POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening Btrength and healthf illness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adul teration common to the cheap brands Royal Baking Powder CO New YOrk TEE BOeBBOJI DEWS geyetfteeptji Year Established 1881 Published every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BBUOiJ MILLER fidiiort and Owner 3r Make all Checks Money Orders etc payable to the order of Champ MrtiER Official Notice To Democratic Candidates At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee field Monday April 5th 1897 it was ordered that all candi dates to be voted for in the jrimafyy May 22 1897 must pay t5 JOO each for defraying expenses of said election and that they report and pay to the Secre tary on or before Monday April 12th 1697 or be barred from having their names upon the ballots It was further ordere...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

4 vy 11 x O SM 3 - Itf tfi Pot- -v V- j PHsraKv ff - t i Si - - w -VS A Bropesed Increase EjW THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Year Established 1881 En tei ed at the Post office at Paris Ky as secoj ass mail matter TELEPHONE NO 124 SUBSCRIPTION P1CE8 Payable in Advance OnSyear 2 00 1 Six mouths 100 news costs you cant even get a rh port from a gun free of chahgk Make all Checks Money Orders Etc payable to the order of Champ MilIiKR Refrigerators at J T Hintons John James has moved into the ner place opposite the opera house I Sid- J The wills of Mrs Patsy Clay and Michael Harreil were probated yester day - Ed Hurley was lined 750 yesterday in Judge Webbs court for breach of the peace Mr B F Remington has about com pleted his new dwelling house on Hig gins Avenue in this city o Disk harrows sharpened Bluegrass strippers and combs for sale 6apr tf E J McKimey Son On the first page appears the adver tisement of Appleton Edge the dry goods merchants of Lexington Mr W B Hutchison late of thi...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

1 - lit- u i 5j Eft - f rV V V - ft I - F Jf t V r M - gilded 6 SIH k f r - THE BOURBON NEWS Seventeenth Yoar Established 1881 Published Every Tuesday and Friday by WALTER CHAMP BRUCE MILLER rtors and Owners NOTHING TO DO 1 have shot my arrows and spun my top - And bandied my last new ball I trundled my hoop till I had to stop And swung till I got a fall I tumbled my books all out of the shelves And hunted the pictures through I have flung them where they may sort themselves And now I have nothing to do TThe tower of Babel I built of blocks Came down with a crash to the floor 3Iy train of cars ran over the rocks Ill warrant theyll run no more Ive raced with Grip till Im out of breath My slate is broken In two So I cant draw monkeys Im tired to death Because I have nothing to do Maria has gone to the woods for flowers And Lucy and Rose are away After berries Im sure theyve been out for hours I wonder what makes them stay Ned wants to saddle Brunette for me But riding Is nothing new I...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

5 40 E5 - S - IT iT T - - f bw sT 1 3- i AGRICULTURAL HINTS the GOOD TIMES COMING Panics Are Uttlcnowii Wherever Im proved Hostels Ave introduced That good roads will bring prosperity is no idle dream Through all the panic and depression of the last three years the farmers fh the few good roads dis tricts of the country have gone on mak ing money and improving their farms j and they have not troubled themselves much about politics or finance It is enforced idleness that malces farmers poor and no farmer need be idle a day on account of bad weather or wet iields if 011I3 his roads are good On a good road there is always paying work of some kind and wet weather is just the time to go on the road The French farmer never loses a good day in his fields for he can do all his market ing and hauling of fertilizers in rainy times What prosperity would burst upon this country if every farmer and farm ers boy not at school and every farm band and team could earn a full days wages every day in ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 6 April 1897

ST i - - EWt - - i Vi 5 - y - js V I- K Ktf i -- mt r rM H erv - S v 4 Ti fcVvl ii7 i f - - rfc r 5- -- fi v PM- rv v A -- V- 4 - JJH j - r - -1 a - at i us- a - L Ev Bifti Ci f a S k v 1 pair 2 yr old mules Q extra Jersey cows fresh 2 nice Jersey heifers yearlings 1 nice Poland China boar 3 nice brood sows pig in Ma 1 Shorthorn bull 1 buggy 1 De Bring mower 1 Sulky hay rake And a number of other things too tedious to mention J L HORTON A T Forsyth Auctr td FRANKFORT CLNNATI RY In Effect March 1 1807 - DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY live Frankfort AmElkhorn Arr Switzer EAST BOUND Arr Stamping Ground Arr Duvalls Arr Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Newtown Arr Centre ville Arr Elizabeth Arr Paris- WEST BOUND Ijvo Paris Arr Elizabeth Arr Centre vllle Arr Newtown At Georgetown Xve Georgetown Arr Duvalls Arr Stamping Ground Arr Switzer Arr Elkhorn Arr Frankfort V 630am 643am 651am 702am 708am 750am 800am 812am 822am S28am 840am 920am 932am 938am 948am 1000am 1040am 1056am 1110am 1125am 1135am 1155am ...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 9 April 1897

irj s hz It f lT fcJ S T I Jf V rvi - A V - GHAMP MILLER Editors and Owners SEVENTEENTH YEAR AT THE Satisfacuon Guaranteed Or flonBy A perfect fit guaranteed Our ready made x Suits at 750- 230O To 2800 5i - 1V J c r r o MDH t Easter is coming and with it the Spring We all want to make a good appearance of being well dressed If so comedo 13 PRICE CLOTHIERS CO j mr H S STOUTS BUSINESS SUITS - V 5 and get one of our suits made to order in our Merchant Tailoring Department ranging From 1350 To 2650- are strictly allwool a perfect piece of workmansaip and inthejlatest fabrics black and blue Cheviots Plaids Over Plaids and Cassimere We make an effort to please the Little Ones in style and work manship as well as prices Our Fauci Sfilrts at 48c 100 are all new fresh goods and up-to-date Your wardrobe is not com plete without one of our STYLISH HATS AND NOBBY NECRWER Special No 5 This week only Suspenders at 25c worth and 50c A large display of trunks and valises can be found at our store R...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 9 April 1897

- - 7 i k - f i a i ft T l kV ff vi -- Bt - I5U y I i 5 sv 2 - f1 S TO ARBITRATE hi The King of Denmark May Settle tha Cretan Trouble Delay is the TVhole Spirit of the Powers The Blockade of the Grecian Porta Will Not Begin While the Present Distrust Prevails - Paeis April 7 It is reported here that he king- of Denmark at the in stance of the czar has been asked to arbitrate the Cretan question Canea Crete April 7 The house of Butsunaria was attacked Monday by the insurgents and the in- ternational troops replied with artil lery The fig hting lasted four hours U he French commandant reports that the Greek troops took part in the ac tion London April 7 The Times patch from Rome says The ambas sadors at Constantinople have drawn up an extremely broad scheme of au tonomy for Crete giving- the assembly power to choose a governor who must - afterward be approved by the sultan Italian sympathy for the Greeks is weakening in consequence of a grow ing conviction that Greece is playing a com...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bourbon news. — 9 April 1897

PI V I o Irv i J THE and mete 011 4 t TRYST i At night beneath the silverstars The gleaming stars the dreaming stars She waits beside the pasture bars -- J Till down the path I pass O And all the whispers of the airs The shifting airs the drifting airs Are freighted with the angels prayers To guard my little lass O - - Her eyes are like a summer sea A heaving sea a grieving sea And ah their light is all for me And all for me her love O As waiting there amid the gloom The darkening gloom the hearkening gloom She breathes the evenings faint perfume That broods the fields above O i Oh Margery my little love -My nearest love my dearest love Soft eyed and gentle as a dove Across the fields she trips O And ah the all enthralling charm The captured charm the raptured charm To feel her hand upon my arm -And touch her dewy lips O leside the bars with shining eyes With youthful eyes with truthful eyes The listening vastness of the skies Bends low to see us meet O Till up the lane she goes fro...

Publication Title: Bourbon News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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