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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

AFTER MA1NY YEARS. fIromn iorvallon by an Ancien Wben l 'iieblt in0':1 Jiarents lIi'c:Ln"' . tHat thie} ic, li".: I"l longer, the}. :loon arft , . I;:al+Z iteeio uitar C3jyeuciJ Iluragi iii ri 1111 Vi'iilt h i( t la liv e in a '. r::: gi e ta 'i'i n e t t ];uurc e: ; I .,,l tille vt~it httt e~uplty r11i'i' r Ono, night ah ,.t G. ;) 1., tn. (Th:ri'ir' Madtt 1eiI.i ('14 ' intisti op ,i I t*"i itlli* of the ir !ilay c tagi an.d~ l ciii vti"i" the Wolf % ;,N at thie floor', alld v, y 'he enarli~l a pŽ;in~ of! liUI':' r t torte heart!+.. h Vi' l:at'r ai so'i~iii hthey ct'ro rarely aconiitrn!ttln"··l their eallr. The s tiutd l lInin:1 tiuau IIy pi. t":,r:tI thtt 14 bt r, d Iii - Wolf will r,:Liih iil the laiter w i be an iticreasiel da~iuiantfo r:L thai t nv.i p11. fur ,, veral hlo'tt . the tine cai1v WIUd1 slit' lift r·l': hers:-if ti i'v~tiiuni the liar'.; t wasii iiiri..il toi her fl'thl-r, siuet It iad.1s t, i ri'ih~irctid to heri. S'V, ly opii'' iat itlin n oliliti'k iroplpj. I her l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

CITY COUNCIL AND SILVER LAKE. SHREVEPORT, La., Nov. 17, 1892. To the Editor of The Progress: The City Council at its last session passed a most remarkable ordinance in reference to the Silver Lake tract of land, embracing over 186 acres, and situated it the corporate limits of the city of Shreveport. This unprecedented ordinance de clares that S:lver Lake is the prop ,.rty of the city of Shreveport, not withstanding the fact that the patent obtained from the State of Louisiana by W. W. Smith has been recog iized as legal and valid by the judq- t Iment of the United States Circuit Court. This judgment is and has been final for some time, and the de- t lao for appeal has expired. The Supreme Court of the State, a at its last session in the city of Shreveport, recognized the Silver Lake tract as being the property, nn der a just and legal title, of the heirs v of W. W. Smith, deceased, and or- t dered this tract of land to be divided in kind, i. e., into blocks, lots, streets and alley...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892. NO. 43 mm mm mmmmm mImm mmmmmI F mm.v -- •g mum n mmm m mlmmmmm It twi rrrn unmvumamirrinuma ( DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, 1o. 818 Texas U8teet, Over I Bed.nheimer's. Ku.I s HIIWultml m11 nIimi Iutn+qrI THE NORTH LOUISIANA CLOTHING HOUSE. JORDAN& BOOTH Are the Leaders In Ready-Made Clothing, FOR MEN AND BOYS. Make a;Specialty Of 4 GENTS' UNDERWEAR. 1 Handle the Finest Makes Of hirts, Hats and Shoes In the Market. .218 TEXAS STREET, - - - - - SHREVYPORT, LA. Times are dull and money is scarce. I need the money and offer the best Bargains in all Goods in the addlery and Harness offered in this city. I have a fine assortment of Sad Single and Donble Harness, Collars, Bridles, Hames, which are offered to the trade generally at prices beyond petition. Before purchasing call and price. CONWAY MONCURE, 124 Texas Street, Shreveport, La. ARDIWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, - De...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

THE PROGRESS ET US CHANGE THE SUBJECT. I'hb political war is over, the Sonth '.IH achieved a brilliant victory, and ,v 14t us change the nubject. ,\'e have other matters to discnss tv: ht the country which are equally :I- miprtant, interest.ig, intructive I, . prosperous as1 politic". *ow is the time when the tide of : ..igraton is Haking a location for ,nes. As the icy breath of WViter ,:cv, s them lroiund the firoride, whi4 orn , toiillV around t he house c(r . . sIghs undler the eves, heioking to n IIt t'lrnllilitiing enltrace At. every iialoe ece (' , the iiimnate sigh for , 01 cI 1ngi n ial I ul:irter, hl'ere the , iug and Sun-mer 'l nitttes do not Stnt 3 ichld, the greater pa:rt of "ih must go to pity tribute to the SIanlIs of W\int.r. Nowv, then, is. ',., titi, f ,r North Loisiainr to net. Let ('Cahld J tndl them mnesengers 1!<, 'T'H: ',i). . s), which %ill teach i Tr that here is thie spot they have Softeti wihed for. Tell thnem Ilhat ir soil readily re-pondls to every ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

SENDEAVOR. e. t Iselnning De, c. 23. t:he , 1y te.. i. . Do.,le. S v.iL' t gift .sh ,1 n br;:( , tlthe 1:7 .11; leb4. xi,i. I . 1 . f cou Lre 1'. 1 )r\ l (: "4 ý erry . on hl" ;,"r." 1, t , :.r' , fe "." bi t y E i ed l ., 1. i: ! , ", r, I . . did riot U ) r,". I i"' i:'ti 1l1, I , l I1 . Cr, agh Li: , ',.' l ;' ; ' ' ;. i " . , ~ Chri-t:-I... i : I * timIf for 11, ,, - . , " , , f gifts thallw o Inii id e o ehould t.ie i th e l- of wof w,, O th. ii, - i . In' t ·' I r f,.r ' I , ,, t0 hoe . , ll nof the 1 ,' t('",! I,'; yollowi !n'" th '. u ,f " , .,l r1 i lx ,a' ; i .. ''i, y r11 , I t'.. 1 ;:,' l. chiefly to I:n ::i 1l ' .1 : fru-1:' a tran'Iurt *1' 4,4 l"W ," 1 f fragrant i n o , ' ,1, , ill :It em, us\rtl f,". i .".. l *t I:I: --ially ;. an inýlr e'i, tlt Iof a ointment. T,-e4 giftu w,r' ly. They w',r(, tte' b,.t 1)),sibl th ri ;t w .a's o ,,ur ,. ;lf:ts, nId I, . for Abl s'' : ft. a. seL,' it, i'a' of hlis flI'k.' aAd h.Ird,l. but wi: 1 as showed no favor. he:, L.i' i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

T'IE PROGRESS. "3USSIE)E EVERY SATURDAY BY Hickl A Willisams. "L.cred is the 'ostomfce at ihreveport as rero d-ties Mail M.najitr. '.. I, 6132 Spring Shteet, between 3Ila re SUBSCRIPTION: .,.e Year. ...... ...... .... .... ne Dollir. I, ' onthF ................. . i+r i ve clCi.t1. I hlree Mlunla ............... I',III t1 -live c Inis. C. D. HICKS, - - - - EDITOR. G. G. WILLIAMS, - - - MANAGER. -YOU CAN GET SCO MERCIAL JOB PRINTING S Dane at Tisa Offiee. In Fact, . WE MAKE A SPECIALTY -Of allt (i .s, of JOB :: PRINTINC, In wi'ich w' en, lav'r to pl e:.e. Pritces :icl raite. T!:n iPlo:rerl., - - - ('1" 1 l p '. huptrt.io (,ook Ito\ es Sre unequaled. See them at The 1 air. The person who will tell a mali cious falsehood will swear to it when Lis interest is at stake. l'inest of be-f. mutton, pork, and - ii al at Wagner Bros. The ideas of right and wrong 1 o11o;:O: people is \iidely lifferen'. W apt.'i,6w call a shrewd busiuess, uick, others ueuomiuate dowuwright L rascahliy. 2 'Ihe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

MADAM RUMOR SAYS : shooters had better ceame A , or officers wills run the tax-payers would like to omething about the condition periab treasury, and if it is au Sreaue box also. Fa it is now in order for the po- of ly to explain why it i. that Ssnot, or has not bI,, n, enough in the general fund to pay thi aounts of the pariah and wardt t-t there is no law in this State Lo demands a greater change, th- ap eof chuov:g ,,olice jurors. the legal advice of the City cu Sseems to e1A e-x:el!eht on nlu school question. but value- eun Sthe council in the V, S. & P. matter. WI on last Monday, a stranger to remark taut the dead in the court houwe should be w ,but he speedily got out of De to scape the wrath that was re e take hrn if he stayed. it begins to appear that the " jury is going to compote with HI Council for that premnium at set drld's Fair. m while it may sound like trea say so, she :UUonstiy thinks he are some mten in the United who know half as much as one 8 of 8breveport's ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

, ' + ," , fi. ' , 'I it,,i 1.o .i t, I I, r . . . . t it .· 1 , 1" ." .. t, . . t i 1 1: r'r.1 - h , ",l "fl":" I" . :i7,, 1. \ 't i, . C:, . . 1 "..". '. ]: r . .. . t" 1 ' 1. < fur . -,l r 1: , . .• ".u , ,'. • " ,' 'h . Iuw ilia, aie . .1, . ( ' 1 . : . :;t'"' )h r lni. Otdor s:,(. F: I 1 : ' : ; i a:; \ f le'>h ('Jh ,redi . •t tr il 1;-:b ; ,. t ',, 1 . u it t o it l" 'r'1 l -:: (,t1t r r; ::ecN' frolm aany a .1 :. .,ha, 1 ",r .. , rerd. hLet i101 f( 'a::.t(d a Li; tric, f,,r ti aniniln'l d t rh,; itlo'rm..ti" a ..ito wt) 'ihel'o it ca.lan a Ir'::_. Thle :, was idays on itt, a guardl against tricker.y, bnt two circum- s. mtanceA CCctir '.1 to favor the sailor. A ci :tait1rali.t who mni1s't rhave b eon ir.uldledi t: with drink1 inFpeett I ti n animald de- tl clari d 1i 1:1 , co'pse- ta 1quntl2t vialuml-le, a1: I :n Englis.h show- as 1:!a11 lu w, iis ill Itliaubur offeredl a big at p:ice for thi' curiosity and wanted t;: as Loo!: an order for five others. There i.i e'hml...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

feeding He sayo As as S three ti N carroty greeabl unpalai for cu PEA AND BEAN WEEVILS. turnips where l In Their Life tfsatory-Eflative Some f Remedles Agalast Them. er mil The adult pea weevil is shown at B in into tl fpi. 1, with its latural size indicated niter. 1 at the small outline below. Its general culiar color is rusty black, with more or less are fed white on the wing covers and a distinct Feed t gquanti nips dt young t hogs. as the; kinds of all 1 r g!an be Fl. 1-T-IE PEiA Wfit8I. nilp an white spot on tho hinder part of the hero thorax. The beetles begin to appear and f about the timet peas are in blossom, and ad when the young pxos form the feImales toflow 0 lay their eggs upon tho surface without tro k attempting to insert them. The eggs will k are deep yellow in color and are fastened pCe by some viscid fluid, which turns white in drying. Where the insects are abuu dant a single podl will be found to carry as many as fifteen to twenty eggs, but only one larva can deve...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 November 1892

IMPORTANT SUITS. All North Louisiana Inter ested in Them. Some very imlportant suits are on trial in the city of Shreveport. They effect not a few individuals simply, but every citizen in the entire bor ders of No(,th Louiriana are inter ested in their outcomel. They em Iraco matters of gr'eat importance to maninny hiiuselholds, which regard their linal ends with much apprehension, and with some sore (distress. The termination of such suits are goner ally procrastinate'd as long as possi I ble, because their extermination near ly always brings regret to those who have been associated w ith them. Those here referred to are the nobby winter suits which Jordan & Booth are selling for the sacrifice price of $13.50. Besides these he is now closing out his immenso stock of gents' and r boys' underwear, hosiery, hats, shoes, neck-ties, silk and linen handker chiefs, collars, cuff., valises, umbrel-n las, waterproofs, besides his extra tine linen and negligee shirts, at ti prices that n...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

THE P3'GGRESS House Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana.' OL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1892. NO. •r . C.RATZBURC, u DENTIST, 6.3 13S Tzse street, Over .o.oslela.r's. . . . .. . . .ireac THE NORTH LOUISIANA CLOTHING HOUSE. C'nHA and it I.L not ORDAN & BOOTH hem early ful w Are the Leaders In iscall whicul the t eady-Made Clothing, b sous FOR MEN AND BOYS. blno tom the ] " Make a.Specialty Of it are ENTS' UNDERWEAR. n aew Handle the Finest Makes Of t, Hats and ,Shoes In the Market. ou  I IEET, . -- to of' oil Times are dull and money is scarce. I need the money ad o ff.th t Bargains r is all Godb .the rn sat lariessls tnn d '.in this city. I have a fine assortment of Sad- be al,, sand Double Harness, Collars, Bridles, Hame, -; e ored to tohe trade generlly at prices beyond w . before purchaing call nd pre. QONWAY MONCURE, S194 Texas Street, Shreveport, La. f RE GOMPANY i LIMITED, S--beaters and Jobbers In--- .i VY HARDWARE,: And h...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

IMPORTANT SUIT All North Lou;, ested (M. QUAD). S'~it., IR. by Charles B. Lewsl.] may surprise you to read, if you nave nothing to do with ships or their cargoes, that up to about twenty years ago the rat was more dreaded than fire, muttny, gale of wind or any sort of sieLkaes on shipboard. I speak more particularly of English crafts, because they were always the greatest sufferers froman the rodent. And it may further surprise you to learn that it was the gen eal conclusion that there was no remedy for the evil-that is, no one had in- 1 vated a way of clearing a ship of the veaian. Poison was never used for ob vIs reasons, and the few traps supplied could make no headway against the prodigious natural increase. The rat is now driven out by steam, scalded out t with hot water, or overcome by the I fumes of sulphur and other disinfectant.a properly used. b The queer story of the Bristol brig C Janet is occasionally referred to by writers of sea stories, but I can give you more partic...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

CHATS ABOUT MEN. , 1 Bchnrs at the age of thirty-two gV j letter of admonition and advice t hnpMi Lincoln. a ,,Bsiy W. Wreun, Jr., is the young mber of the Atlanta bar, being r tnty-two years of age. t ,"T krsquis of Lorne sympathises mlY kes that are reasonable, and has I been known to contribute his mite y hgisalIm fund. htlrooi Ciooke is to be the editor of t P~ Mall Gasette under the new z Be was formerly Lord a private secretary and editor the London Observer. L:s C. Ba~ter, Jr.. who has been I ire chief of Philadelphia to a the late John E. COmtlin, is t~y years of ag, and has been with the epartment since 1 MacKay, of Boston, according a Gobzter of that city, not only I bb divoed wife 15.000 a year, Swithdrawn the proviso that she -rslve it only so long as she re Russell, of Massachusette, through a special train, on which Spassenger the other day, and qoit a pose for the family of wvh had met fatal injuries under of athe train. Benry N. Royt, of Penn while leading a cha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

ThE PROGRESS. PCBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Hicks a Williams. Iatered in the Postomce at Shreveport as Second-Clas Mail Matter. Orpca: 612 Spring 8treet, between Milam sad Crckett. SUBSCRIPTION: Oue Year........ ......... ...... One Dollar. Six Months .............. ....Sixty-five Cents. Three Months ....... .......Thirty-five Cents. C. D. HICKS, - - - EoDTroR. S. G. WILLIAMS. - . - MANAGER. A HOLIDAY EDITION. On the 17th inst., the week before Christmas THE PROGRESS will issue an extra edition which will be twice the usual size of the paper. It will contain a good Christmas story and matters of a cheery chris aingle nature full of fun and wit, besides important subjects on busi ness matters with a summary of our financial, commercial and industrial condition during the past decade, as i well as other items which will make it a very interesting paper. We will print for distribution a t large number of extra copies which will make this edition an advertising i medium seldom offered. Th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

AT CALHOUN STATION. P A VIEW OF THE EXPETIMENT STA- U TION AND HOW IT IS CONS SI D JCTED.' ItN ag lFeasture. and 'roe.tment DI- d lerts. ti On Tuesday of last week, Thanks giving Day, THt Paoorsta decided it m coald accomplish more good by visit i the Experiment Farm at Calhoun I od aequainting its readers with its a workings as a means of educating the g flrmers and stock-raising, than by g tiying a personal desire to stay at .eae and enjoy the fine sermon which n Dr. W. S. Penick of the Baptist n Churrb, was booked to deliver at the b Methodist house of worship on that b Keting on this psychological dicta i, we took the train at 8 a. m. and i ied of on schedule time on this road, b which on that morning was by no o as a hurrican paee, for Calhoun. althbon, as most people in this se iona of country know, is situated on Viekmburg, Shpreport and Pacific in the western art of Omachita parish. It is but a hamle, of a few stores and and beine accredited with a population of~ fiy. It is...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

THE PROGRESS. LET THEM GO. There seems to be a very fully de veloped determination among a large number of negroes in sevreal of the tbbthern~ltates to take up an ,xodt to other elimes in the near future The destination seems to be Oklaho ma, and Africe, where they think they will be enabled to take greater part in the control of government than at 1 their present homes. Among the tenrsiteie here thespi of evaon tlion at *k is W]orth Louisiag, I and, tspes&hi fr that portion of our State, we say let them go. This dclaption is not made in a1 spirit of aeasia to their fat s, for we have many negroes in North Lousiana who are good citizens, but because we think it best for both the Caneasian and negro race that the latter should move out of the d country. d If the last Legislature had have passeed the election law that all hon eat and intelligent men knew was necessary, there would have been no good reason why the negro should leave, but it as it failed to do so, there t is no deu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVO"t. --ple for the Week heginnlng Jam. 1. Comment by Rev. 14. . H. )le. TorC,-Willing offerings to God. r. 1, 4. ; I- Cor. vitlt. S. . The effect of an offering depends.en tirely upon the spirit of the offering. If a gi` ,toroed upon us, given be gruFig , or even ot of sense of duty, thetighest effect is sot obtained. But if give willingly, because of love and gratitude, even though it be of little value in itself, it is joyfully received. As with man, so with Uod. hence will. offerings may very profitably occupy thopghts this last week of the new 1. Willing offerings exemplified (Es. 4, ,). The Israelites are meptives in Babylon under the rule of Cyrus. God lastructs Cyrus to rebuild the city and tagaple of.Jerusalem. (,yrt gives the people fi dom .to return and helps then natncially. He issues a decree that if any are unable to go because of want of means the people of his king dom are to help them, and besides to mske a free will offering to the house of God at...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 December 1892

NO QUARTERS. The Fiat has Gone Forth and 1 all Opponents Must die, This dictium was agreed upon be the heads of the bonese in the dry t goods establishment of Henry Dreyfus & Son and issued to their score of clerks Z late Friday dight. The proprietors say that there has ben too puh u y and o atioq among dry goods men rad now they " are going to put a stop to the child prattle and put their declaratihn b into :practice. Therefore beginning - Monday Morning. Henry Dreyfuas & Son will raise o the flay of reform and erubh beneath ti their onward march oppoers to their d cot-rato pries. This reduction will not be a few catch articles simply, but will include their big stock of handsome dress e goods of all grades, ladies, gents, o misses and boys underwear, a beauti- e fl assortment of carpets, rugs and e matting, a big stock of gents and boys ready-made clothing with hats and shoes to match with a splendid h line of pedal adornments for the E ladies as well. In fact Henry Drey- ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

41 - - .- . .-. V O L .1.Ii - N O.l l5H . Cillu iOg I e s, g , In Order to Pinall Liquidate Our Affairs We Will Offer Our Entir Stock, Consisting of Over .0 , C Ot TNB- , CflS IT -. A' .!q.\ BEL soW CYO T __-doe - ·- " .. WILL BE (OTIN UNTIL THE - STOOK15B DISPOSEDOFI RHIS SALE IS POR OABH Our Business Must be Wound Up Within the Nt Thirty.to Sty Days, and We are Determined to Accomplish It Regardless Any Sacrifice Resul g to Us. I Wrw for Iilst at& Oataad a ig"uShom At St. Lous and New T k Prioe. sli .. -au

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

THE PROGRESS. A THOUGHT FOR!HOME. The average citizen takes a deep nteraest in the political affairs of the nation. This interest is augmented by work and financial asistance in support of a certain cause, just in proport ion to each individual's gene rosity, public spirit and direct self Iaterest which the success of that esaw will bring to him. The average aman desires good gov rnment, and will exercise his best en deavors to obtain it. He readily sees that the services of all of the better element is needed, and must be cen tend in one direction in order that thisdemand should prevail. He will make personal sacrifices of business and social pleasure in order that the object sought for may be secured; all this, besides contributions of motney for the campaign, in order that that cause which he thinks is necessary to secure good goveinment should be snoesslful We say that the average man will give all this, and yet he does act give a thought scarcely to his home We do not wish to b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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