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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 December 1895

•I ft* T*l WILLMA TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON.& LAWSON. YICTORETLAWSoOditoTiMid Business Manager. fHBlSTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others'wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, SI a year, when paid in advance otherwise fl.25. 15 cts. extra for postage oufside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, DecEMBER 10TH, 1895. LET US BE PRACTICAL. The danger of all reform move ments is to run to extremes. Whenever reform becomes so urgent as to rouse popular senti ment, as is now the case in this country, enthusiastic theorists spring to the front with their hobbies and cure all. Most all of these theories contain more or less of saving grace, but all of them are apt to be narrow, or one sided. Many of them, how ever true in princip...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 December 1895

reOfej*' 5 1 fll rti 46f v••' 1 *$& 41-« **m WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published evei Tuesday at MINI WILLMAR ^tx&t*^ JOHNSON. & LAWSON,' VICTOBE. L4WSON, I ,,. Business Manager. i2? fHBlBTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi *'-si^.r torial Contributor. -, ^J^-uv-i 'Advertising rates made known ^STefins®7conntry" circulation -^Ho64A1a»it very valuable & M»- *Mvoi^i^ gdiumtomerchants ft W to.Stract the ?4£tention'of:the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outbid© the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, DecEMBEs 10TH, 1895. LET US BE PRACTICAL. The danger of all reform move mentsis to run to extremes. Whenever reform becomes so urgent as to rouse popular senti ment, as is now the case in this country, "enthusiastic theorists spring to the front w^th their, hobbies and cure all. Most all of these theories contain mQre or less of saving grace, but all of them are apt to be narrow, or onesided. Many of them, how ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 December 1895

Bt MW-wrJSMt.. IN IN ti (ft I N WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. DR. P. NELSON, VETERINARY SURGEON, WILLI AR, miXHESOTA, DR. C. JOHNSON, Physician 6c Surgeon, WILLMAR, BOOTS & SHOES. This coupon will be accepted us ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. Willmar Shoe Co. H-S eS a! 3 5P«v a &D1"3 2 O (A cn CD -H Stf O S© s-° 2 a 2 S •J a or 5 L* a £.8 t*** fea§Ws DR. E. S. FROST, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Carlson Bros. & Frost's Drug Store, or residence on Becker Avenue. WILLMAR, MINN. ^WILLMAR RESTAURANT Is open day and night. First class service guaranteed. E. T. SANDBO, Prop. MINN. Obstetrics and internal diseas es a specialty.Office at residence on 2nd street. MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling. WILLMAB, MINN. A. H. SODERLINC, Merchant Tailor WILLMAR, MINN. Business Suits, $15, $16, $18 and ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 December 1895

m*-: m:-. K* ~$ Reply to Birch. TOTHEEDITOROP WILLMAR TRIBUNE: From the Argus of Dec. 5th: One of the Atwater teachers, Miss Lewis, has resigned. One of the mem bers of the schoolboard mentioned the fact that teachers must not admin ister corporal punishment and she just resigned, she did.—Grove City Times. "It was the most remarkable piece of audacity that the editor ever heard of in a sohool teacher's work with the Board. The Clerk did exactly right not to allow corporal punishment by an under teacher. There is a princi 4, pal at thee Atwater schools, and if ^whipping is the remedy let the princ^ pi do the work. N teacher has a right to whip a pupil, The day of the •whippingpost' or the 'strap in the school' has passed away with the ad-the vent of the new civilization. If pupils must be threshed, let the parents do the work. If the teacher can not gov ern a room of pupile without the 'rod,' it is time she was doing some other bus iness for a livelihood. The idea of a •teacher insi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 December 1895

Vol. 1. Dff W a a Wheat—46 cents. Oats—10 cents. Corn—20 cents. Barley—19 cents. Flax—76 cents. Potatoes—about 15 cents. Eggs—16 cents. Butter—12 to 18 cents. Cour Notes. Court was adjourned last Saturday at 12 o'clock,and a special term was appointed by Judge Powers* to com mence on Jan. 8, 1896, at 9 a. m. Robert Farrell and Soul Riley the two men who were found guilty of lar ceny, were taken to the States Prison at Stillwater, jesterdaj under the es cort of Sheriff Odell and Marshall Sorenson. The trial of Emmerson and Quam, for burglary and larceny, committed in Aug. Anderson's, saloon, some time ago, was set by Judge Powers, for Jan. 8, 1896. The suit of Dennis O'Brien, by James J. Field, is now brought to a close. It was dismissed on motion of Mr. Field's attorney, by Co. Atty A.F. Nordin, Buy Your I ChristmasPresents Mark Ryan was tried before the District Court last week on a charge of petit larceny. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail. -AT- I Elfstrum &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 December 1895

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. YICTOREJLAW^ Business Manager. •HEI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known •n application. The Tribune has a very large, country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, DCCEMBER 17TH, 1895. FARMING CONDITIONS IN STATE OP NEW YORK. "One of the most interesting documents relating to the report of a committee of the New York association for improving the condition of the poor appointed to visit the agriculture districts of New York and find out why so many people drift from the rural districts to the already congested cities and why the farmers of the state are complaining of "hard times." This committee has done its w...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 December 1895

3 *&*L 3 I 3 & 3 3 DE. E. S. FKOST, Physician & Surgeon, WnxjfAR, MINX. l*rTTiT.yMAR, RESTAURANT Is open day and night. First class service guaranteed. E. SANDBO. Prop. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. DR. P. NELSON, VETERINARY SURGEON, WILUUK, E S O DR. C. JOHNSON, Physician 6 Surgeon, WILLMAR, MJNN. Obstetrics and interna! diseas es a specialty.Office at residence on 2nd street. MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR. Gond Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling. WILLMAR, MINN. A. H. SODERLINC, Merchant Tailor WILLMAR, MINN. Business Suits. $15, fl6. $18 and up. Dress Suits $20 and up. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop three doors south of post office. $2 Per Doz $2. For Fine Cabinet Photos. Guaranteed fully as good as the best work at any other Gallery West of the cities, or the money will be as cheerfully refunded as taken. I ALSO MAKECAM3ETS FOR $3 AXB $4.-0 PEE DOZ. PLATING PICTURES AT AME PRICES, Family Groups with Babies are Photographed with the greatest eas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 December 1895

fc A NEW LODGE. Atwater Lodge Degree of Honor No. SO Installed Last Night. Yesterday afternoon some twenty persons mostly ladies including the Officers ofWillmar Lodge of Honor, boarded the train for Atwater to in stall the newly organized Lodge of Bonor. The Atwater Workmen and Ladies were at the train, meeting and bid ding the visitors a hearty welcome. They were all escorted to Bro. Wheel ers Hotels where they were royally and umptuously entertained. After- supper everybody proceeded to the A. O. U. W. Hall, and organ ization and installation of the officers of the Atwater Lodge No. 50 Degree of Honor was proceeded with under the charge of Deputy Grand Chief of Hon or, Mrs. Mantor. Mrs. Mantor is an ideal presiding officer of Lodge work. Correct in delivering, impressive in manner, solemn and serious without affectation, she delivers the beautiful lessons of morality and charity to both young and old in a manner that will never be forgotten while memory last. The same is true of ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

Vol. I. -S.1** THERE is one feature of our modern civilization which more than another distinguishes ft over all former periods, it is the en- larged sympathy with whicli the wealthy and the cultured regard their poorer and less fortunate fellow men and women. It is undeniable that much of this is the direct effect of Christian teaching and culture, and though men doubtless acted the part of the good Samaritan before Jesus proclaimed his message of peace and good will on earth, there are but few who would feel disposed to deny that the active benevolence so charac teristic of our times is the direct out come of that event, which is now being celebrated all over the world. Though charity is a duty which should not be limited by times and seasons, still the bounty of the most benevolent should be more freely dispensed on the occasion of the commemoration of the birth of him who first inculcated the universal brotherhood of Mian and chose for his companions not the cultured and wealthy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

.VJU WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA -BY- JOHNSON & LAWSON. VICTORETLAWS^Edit^ Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance:- otherwise 11.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGEU BLOCK. TUESDAY. DCCEMBER 24TH, 1895. THE JAPS ARE COMING. The most important piece of news for this country, thoagh not yet generally known, is the active inauguration of a Japanese com mercial campaign in this country. The Japanese are a wonderful people. In mechanical ingenuity and handicraft they excelany thing on the face of the earth. Like wise in dogged patience and in dustrious application. They are in short more like intelligent ma chines for u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

%i i-j* -$s ft* IS* llfcsfe Vol. 1 Miss Kate Mos&berij finished her school near Raymond last week, and 'fback in Willmar. Prof. S. J. Rognlie spends his holi days at his home in North Dakota. He departed last night. Claus Swenson returned from Grand Forks Co.. N. D. yesterday and will visit friends near Ringo Lake. Aug. Forsberg spent Sunday in town, while returning to his home at Mamre from Holland for his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ramsett enter tained the Kandiyohi Co. officers, with a banquet on the evening of Thursday last. Miss Jaabac, of Kandiyohi, who has been teaching in Chippewa, near Ray mond, returned to her home la Sat urday. P. A. Nelson, roadmaster on a Mon tana division, is spending the holi days at his home here, after an ab p»H£e of two years. ]Mi6o Ella J. Peterson, teacher of piano at Hi* Seminary, left for her home in St. Petev, to visit relatives and friends during Christmas. J. N. Neer, enroute from his home ^t Ljt/jhfield to New London, was in town Fpid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

&• 'm HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES. The Announcements of Various Churches. the NORW. UNITED LUTHERAN. Chiistmas day—Services at 10:30 o'clock a. m. 2nd day—Festival in evening at 7:00 o'clock. 3rd day—Christmas tree exer cises at Eagle Lake at 6:00 p. m. Sunday—Services at Pennock at 11500 a7 m. Dec. 30—Christmas tree exer cises at Pennock at 6:00 p. m. Dec. 31—Young People's Soci ety meets at Pennock 11:00 a. m. New Year's Day—Services at Willmaratll:00a. m. NORW. SYNOD. Services Christmas morning at 10:30 2nd day -Services at 7:30 p.m. Sunday-Services at 10.30 p. m. SWEDISH LUTHERAN. Christmas Day—Services at 2:00 p. m. 2nd day—Christmas tree festi val at 7:00 p. m. Sunday—Services at 7:30 p.m. New Years Day—Services at 10:30 a. m. At Mamre:— -'Jul-otte" servi ces at 5:00 a. m., to be followed by regular Christmas Day servi ces. SWEDISH BAPTIST. Christmas Day—Morning ser vices at 6:00 a. m. Christmas tree exercises at 2:00 p. m. New Year's Eve: Services at 10:00 p. and to continue un t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

ft W^^^^^mmmmm^mm^^m- "^^^^mmsmmimimmimmsm^^mmimmmmmi^mmsm^i DK. E. S. FROST, Physician & Surgeon, Is open day «nd night. First class service guaranteed. E- T- SANDBO. Pi op. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. DR. P. NELSON, VETERINARY SURGEON, WlLl.tlAR, niWESOTi, DR. C. JOHNSON, Physician & Surgeon, WILLMAR, MINN Obstetrics and internal diseas es a specialty.Office at residence on 2nd street. MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling. WILLMAR, MINN. A. H. SODERLING, Merchant Tailor T^TV*-•-"• BOOTS & SHOES. This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. WUlmar Shoe Co. O wX O a HO 5 a 4 53 en .2 2 §«g .,_! .a r—I 5 5- 0 S 53 jr ao "o (X) Carlson Bros. & Frost. Office over Carlson Bros, tfe Drutf Store or residence 011 Avenue W I A I N N ^WILLMAR RESTAURANT. WILLMAR, MINN. Business Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 December 1895

W«X»^j & & A LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS. He'd like old Santa Glaus to send A doll dat docs to sleep, Me'd like to have the baby's friend Dive me a woolly sheep. Me'd like a house to keep my doll And lots of uzzer things Me'd like to have a pretty poll Dat laughs and talks and sings. But when you write to him for me, Be sure and tell him, muz zer, Dat he can keep dem all if he II send a baby bruzzer. 'I EARLB H. EATON. AMBER GLASS. A.CHRISTMAS STORY. [Copyright, 1895, by American Press Associa tion.] In Louisville I met old Colonel Hablin, *and ho urged me to go home with him. "My people are all off on a visit, and you know what it is for a sociable old fellow to be left alone," said he. "And, by the way, yon may not know it, bnt I have one of the most attractive places in Kentucky, rambling old house, built by my grandfather, and all that sort of thing. Wait now before declining, for I must mention a stronger inducement, one that a gentleman can .hardly with stand-—mint under amb...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 December 1895

wf lit '.ikSS SCHOOL TAXES. The Average Rate of Appropri ation for School Purposes in Each'Townshlp. The following shows the aver age rate of school taxes in each township and village expressed in mills and hundredths of mills: Aretander 3 75 Burbank 5 23 Colfax 4 75 Dovre 3 82 Edwards 11 07 Pahlun 3 74 Gennessee 5 54 Green Lake 8 69 Harrison 4 85 Holland 10 53 Irving 6 02 Kandiyohi 4 54 Lake Andrew 2 62 Lake Elizabeth 5 99 Lake Lillian 4 49 East Lake Lillian 5 77 Mamre 3 13 New London 9 25 Norway Lake 4 11 Roseville 7 23 Roseland 8 11 St. Johns.. 7 28 Whitefield... 2 Willmar 3 79 Villaee of Atwater.. 11 00 Villageof N. London 17 00 Village of Willmar... 9 40 —J. pi Wblpert is visiting at Minn eapolis. preamery meeting Monday. at Spicer next pome and see the Qrownies Friday evening. A. P. Mantor Dentist at New Lon don Friday Jan. 3rd. N Mikkelsgn and family made a visit at New London last week. The county commissioners meet Tuesday, Jan. 7, for their annual meeting. —Ernest Elfstrum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 December 1895

**i I KSs. WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known ©n application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGBR BLOCK. TUESDAY, DecEMBER 31ST. 1895. NEW YEAR'S GREETING. WILLMAR TRIBUNE extends to its readers a Happy New Year. 1895 is now past into history. Hard times for property owners especially, has tenaciously hung on. We have just been floating head above water. Many old and solid business houses have gone down forever. The future is not at all bright. We hope better times are in store. It is not easy to see just how pros perity is to come again. But things may turn up tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 December 1895

?&^ ^T*. IK 2*t -WW.11 IBS fe- DR. E. S. FROST, Physician & Surgeon, Farmers, Attention! he NEW LONDON ROLLER MILLS have their new 75 horse power Hamilton-Corliss engine in place, and are now running full time. We have a new miller, thoroughly experienced and up to date, whose aim will be to please our customers and make a better flour than any of our com petitors. We give 33 pounds of Fancy Straight flour and usual quanti ty of bran and shorts per bushel of No, 1 wheat. Feed ground every day. We sell at our mill: Bran for $7 per ton. Shorts, $8.50 Office over Carlson Bros. & Frost's Drug Store, or residence on Becker Avenue. WILLMAR, MINN. RESTAURANT. Is open day and night. First class service guaranteed. E. T. SANDBO, Prop. WihLMAR, I N N E S O A A.F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. JUMEQUk LARSON House Paittters, Decorators, AND S I N PAINTERS DeaKin Wall Paper, Window Glass, Putty etc. Shop on 3rd Street? WiMar, Minn. A.H,SODERl-INC, M^ifciiattt Tailor W I A MINN. Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 December 1895

IJ I -J. & iv 1.9- *&&> .$?$• TH£ DYING YEAR. Mr door stands opea-widu tonight? in token of a parting guest, Who twelve months since, with keen delight, I welcomed to my homely nest. He stands there now, wan, wasted, old, His race quite run, his mission o'er, .And when the midnight hour is tolled, We part, to meet on earth no more. W» came to mo in merry guise, With hopes and promises not few. Ah, who could look within those eyes And deem that they were all untrue! But expectations all have fled, The promises are broken, too, 93je hopes lie withered, crushed and dead- No* one of all but proved untrue. And tnere he stands, decrepit, wan, Who came to me a merry elf, A few sands more he will be gone, And with him gone part of myself. 80 come and go the passing years That bear us to the silent sea. Bat bright with smiles or dim with tears, They come in love, dear Lord, from thee. —Christian Work. ANEWYEAR ROMANCE "You may talk as much as you ffonsV' said Muriel Vano, nodd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 January 1896

!*«J^ Pi a I »f ?6R**-"?3s*'=»sfts *&i&&yw'^vtilt£&e&<&x&fr!fr>'* S-L- v© Vol. 1. PETER A. ODELL. Last Wednesday word was received from the Hospital at Fergus Falls that Ex-Sheriff Peter A. Odell had ended his earthly career. The remains were brought here Thursday and were in terred at the Fairview cemetery on Fri day under the auspices of the Mason ic fraternity. Mr. Odell was born in OlemsSocken, Kalmar Lan, Sweden, in. 183§. At 18 years of age he left home and went to sea. This avocation he followed for a number of years, in the meantime graduating from the Malmo Naviga tion School, and became at last cap tain of his own vessel. In 1864 he em igrated to this couutry, going at lir^t to a Porte, Indiana, and two years later to St. Cloud, Minn., where for some tune he had charge of a ferry boat over the Mississippi river. In 1868 he moved to this county, sett ling on a farm in the Town of Lake Andrew. I the seventies he served as county commissioner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 January 1896

it WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA JOHNSON & LAWSON. VKTCmETLAWSON, EdUop^na" Business Manager. CHBI8TIAN JOHNSON. Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGEK BLOCK. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7TH, 1895. THE SOLUTION OF THE TRANSPORTATION QUES TION AT HAND. There is no doubt whatever that in the near future the trans portation question will be solved by the adoption of a better and cheaper system of transporta tion than steam railways. We may oonfidendtly say, that even if Uncle Sam could to day buy all the railroads in this country for their actual value it would not be policy to do so. In a few years many of our superf...

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