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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 February 1903

. . ' . t t - .fcwias 1 0ttltlltt EFFECTIVE HOTBED. Mlttaeeot Uardener Deeerlbee If eat lac Plaa That Mas rrovea 9altt natlsfaetory. Tin- liolbrd lliut must depend on fer .muting iimtitiri; for its heut Is not at ways MitUfni'tary. Not only Is it dlf llcult to regulate the temperature, but the heat sometime becomes extinct at a stage when the pin tits are sorely In tired of It. I made an excavation Ave or sis feet on the surface, nuil about a foot deep. Lengthwise along this space were laid three rows of tiling, one along the cen ter, and one about a foot from ench side. The tiles were four inches In side measure, and one foot long. These were placed end to eml.fonstofltclost ly, and earth was pressed around them so as to hold every piece exactly In place. Then the excavation was tilled with rich loll until level with the stir face, excepting at the ends the tiles were left bare for a few inches. The 1IEATF.D HOTBED COMPLETE. board frame, ." by 15 feet, was next put In place, so ns ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 February 1903

HP4: v ' : P 3$ir Mi L3 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kntemt nt tbs pest offl win Bcntm, Mo., on Fbranr; 14. INS, a seronil-doss mull natter. Published nt Benton, Mo., every ratuhday by -:- rint. A. Havmer. Subscription, fl.00 Per Yenr. DRO. AKE AGAIN. . "To the Hcatt County Kicker: It will tnke more tlittn the priro of the t'otmututioimi Hiiioiminent to ony the ouinloim of tin Rcirintpr. Ami why do yon refer to Hro. Fisher of thu Fnrminirton Time? If we ml ttike not the Tiiuex nublUlietl the (intendments lust full." Ironton ReiHter. llmiut-e you said that you hnd the only Democratic iiutwr in the county and did not have to "tody" to pt "pie." The KtCKKit 8:yn you hnve cot to "wtilk the chalk line" or the Kting will put up an opposition paper in your county, and refer. you to Hro. Fisher for further par th'ularM. Some yuarnngo Hro. Fisher thought he had a tight to nay things, and lie nuiil some thingn that the "party did not approve of. Straightway the Faraiington Herald was born a red-hot Ma...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 March 1903

7-A (:.. ", ,' 1 "'V "mm 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., MARCH 7, 1903. No. 17 REV. ROGERS' REJOINDER. He Concludes that Honest Toil is Honored in This Country and that Phil. Hafner is too Severe. Public controversy over any pro position, however simple, in usually .of little profit, conducted .from week ito week ttjrougli the preea, for vnri ,ous reaeoaf . let. The arguments need to be read aide by side to do juatioa toeitlier. Thlels aeldou done by the reader. 2nd. It to itnpoMible (to answer .satisfactorily the points f a worthy :atitngonlstweven in n short article, without consuming too bsucIi space. 'Witness the 53 lines usad by Hro. tHafner in his reply to myshort ques ttion of 5 dines, und tbe reply Is evidently unsatisfactory to the able writer himself,, even with JO to 1 (10 :to 1 would have been. better.) 3rd. The ease with which n skillful writer may cloud a plain subject by matter not nt all beating- on it. 'Witness his Vo fine paragraph, too ilong to quote, b...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 March 1903

Mi V: - K 3 titt J Scott County ftkhcr, rM. A. HAMfKH. PcMI-her. DENTOX. a a .IU830UBL 1903 MARCH 1903 h tn. mi. to. act m. -it. J1L J2 J3 1? 22 23 24 25 2627 28 30ii7T7r7r TOPICS OF THE DAY. c Happenings in Missouri Trot (Jut Anutli-r World. (en. Miles has returned from Ms I trip around the world: the uiltnltits- 1 it'utlon Is yearnltur for more worlda . to send him around. I "It united Tlirutiuli" In Three Yrnrs. Admiral Dewey has tremendous personal inlluenee. His suit for prize money was rushed tlirouh the court f claims in three years. Ittieierln In t'lty Wntrr. In 3 drop, of elty water there arfl Xooo.umi haeteria. After drinking a irlassful you mu-t he i-iirr. Itijr around u population a- l.irye a- China's. tllulit Try III la. '"H' for a scheme in which you hury your money in somebody's hack yard and he ile you ten per cent, n month' on it. That's anoiher sort of turf iuu'itment. - - 'VitKi' of l'h Hun in. The ceiiMw shows the wnsres of farm hands with board, for lirn'i1.. we...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 March 1903

9 .Tr-'' 7""' If 1,1 ' IRRIGATION TOPICS. Afclr aait latereetleslr Dlseaesetl la Moaiaaa tSsaerlsat al Halloa Patillcalltia. tn flullrtln No. 34 of (he Mmilottfiei. pertinent .tntloii Director S. Fuller gives n concise ilcicilption, easily made available by fnrtiar for practical use, of one method 0f measuring water. Among oilier things, I'-.-nT Foster taj: 'o occiisloiuil menxurcment the eai thcii tliunncl of a ditch nrcnnal an svvers all purposes, but when more ac curate ami cout (minus mcnsiircmcnti are desired rating flumes arc usually constructed. These consist of wooden flumes uh wide ns the water channel ond from eight to si feet in length, placed tn conform with the grade of the canal. The velocity of the water it found by a current meter, and the depth of water In often recorded on n sheet uttachrd to a self-registering machine which needs attention ouly every seventh day. A weir box usually consists of a flume with the lower end enclosed. In the middle of the lop of the lo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 March 1903

;-. iSCOTT COUNTY KICKER i lis I V r V1. Krnl at tha pastofltoala Bntoa, Ifo., oa Jtitotmi II. law, m anond-da nail matur. n..i.n.i....i n-..i u.. AATURpAY BY : Pat A. H Tery AKKKR. 8ubscrlpt,lon, fl.00 Per Year. A. BRO. AKE AND 8AM COOK, llro. Alee, of the Irop County Rcr ter, uml 8nn,t B. Cook, Secretary of ;8ttttp, are now doing notie queer stunts In trying tocori4nwi4ieKicK k or nomebody ta the official who ha tin awarding ol theprintiiir ,ol the constitutional amendments hold no ctyb ever tiio Democratic newspapers of the state, and that these papers withhold mc.ts and de fend bopus Democracy merely as a m tttsr of principle. In the last Issue of the Register Mi. Cook has a letter and llro. Ake has a leading editorial .directed at this pa per. And in both the letter and the .editorial n,ll thnilte Kicker has ever .charged is admitted. Bro. Ake says: ."lu the Hwnrding of the printing of .the constituugpiift .amendments there is favoritism, of counw the adrer tisenioiits uns piac...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 March 1903

fa .V. ! 1 Li i I: SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. .. . ' VOL 2 RFK1TOW MO MARftM IA lOTf) ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW ZEALAND. ol the right to work. 15. The eight-hour ilay has been muds the legal working duy in New A Republic Without Paupers or Millionaire, Where One Man In Two Owns a Farm.--Government Ownership and Government Loans to Parmers. Reader, did yon ever read of the government of New Seafood? Nof Well, you want to learn all you can of thatcoontry. The capitalist preen -of tin age ignores uch countries, and Invites your attention to the anobheryot the countries governed by the crowned heads of Europe. New Zealand Is governed by a class of people knows la this country as the "disgruntled." The liberals of New Zealand, who have for se7eral years controlled the government, haw acted on the funda fnentnl principles: First, that all legislation should lie in the Interest of the people as a whale, and not in the interest of any class as ngninst' the whole; and, second, that large amounts...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 March 1903

'A PS? 1; Pi 'V -BBfljBBBBBBBB Scott Cotwty filcter. rati. a Avraa.'puikkw usraoic 1OM0UU ai a 1903 MARCH 1903 w. mi. na. to. nnL m. I ut. i!ii: jz JB 9 JO 212 74 JlJA.ii 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 " ' WW W tl TOPICS OF Til DAT. Teachers anil "Jlllen.1' In Pennsylvania the monthly wage ot a school teacher ure $33 nntl of a burtender $123. A "ProntlltiR" Soverelan. The sultitn ot Turkey hue glten an other promise of reform. In some, way a he lit a promising sovereign. Forbidden In Flirt. Students ut Stanford university lime been forbidden tn lllrt. Th fac nlty does not believe, a hue of study should lend to ;i study of love. Illinois Hank First. Illinois ranks tlr.it iimonp the states In the miiuitfiicturu of ngrleulturul Implements, bicycles, ears, glucose, mid distilled liquors', and in slaughter ing and meat packing. Only S3 Mile ot .'Croat." Another scientist announces thnt the crust of the earth is about 23 miles thick. The possibility of 23 miles of crut" holding 8,000 miles...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 March 1903

r Il.t.n ""'"ill owns ?iW attlMn,i fheap land, growina Tillot.on. mind "rc nd -. '! the Connh "nuel, OoMnfmei..J,.F,i,.l7. 1900. fliv iKlvicp to others If you will, but tuba tr-iSni'T,' ,'a,;!-Minnfa.olt, four daily lty! Chicago & Xorth-Wctlcro Rn"n Horn"'111 U 10 C0B4, th helrt' HOUSEWIVES HEADACHES You don't know why you suffer from hendache and you arc apt to believe you have some dire female trouble, but its dollars to doughnuts that you are wrontr. Women arc ordne to put off the duties of Nature to attend to the duties of the home and when they do get time to go, the feeling has passed. Constipation results and then the awful racking headache. Take a spoonful of Dr. C Aid wells Syrup Pepsin every night before going to bed. Keep it up for a few weeks. f jio. ! Hay p'.DUtlllerT. writes under date of Juno 10. IWI : My wife and fclf suffered off and on for three or four years with Constipation and Slclt Hea-lache. eed wc received almost Instant relief by talttnc Dr. Caldwell's ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 March 1903

(SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Knur! At part ! Betetea. Mo.. o February 14, MM, mnniMhi Ml MtM. Inhibited at Benton, Mo., every UTUIDAY BY ! Pvt. A. HARtM. Subscription, tl.00 Per Year. MR. BRYAN AT WORK. Mr. Bryan is at work pernonally nd wHh hit paper trying to get the Democratic party orjturia?d along Democratic line for the campaign ol 1904. It is to be Loped that Mr. Bryan will succeed but before he proceeds very far 1 will discover that he has undertaken no ensy task. In the entire nation tbecoudtUous nre pretty much the same ns la Mis souri. The party organisatlous are In the hand ot unprincipled politi cians who will stand on any sort of n platform to get the jobs. They profess to bit Democrats, but are renlly the njtents of plutocrats. They jam hypocrttM, and inoro dangerous 4han an open enemy. Unless heroic measurcsare adopted Iiotv in Missouri, the Kicxkb has not a rnv of liotw far improrenieut at the election of 1904. The g nng has o entrench! itself behind partisan election and p...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 March 1903

it ' v IT SCOTT COUNTY KICKER- Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., MARCH 21, 1903. No. 19 THE MANNING BRIDOE To Be Monster Structure and "Will Cost $2,000,000. Newspaper reports hare it that the new bridge being built across the Mississippi river at Manning, in the northeast portion of this county, Is one ol the largest under construction in the United States. Tho total length of the bridge proper will be 2,750 feet. The entire structure, including earth work and masonry approaches, will be 8,007 feet. It is a double track design with n clearance between tho trusses of twenty-eight feet. The bottom of the steel work will be 10!) feet above low water mark and 05 feet abovo high water mark. Six stono piers will support the steel work. The ap proaches will be by concrete trestles, that on the enst side being 825 feet in length, with Ave arches, and that ou the west side 400 feet, with seven arches. The combined cast and west earthwork approaches will be 51-12 feet long. The cost of the complete struct...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 March 1903

if 1 i ! V 0f Centre kktr. a. mim, r-wsasr, ICMOCTU. TOPIC! 6r TIB DAY. far Ike Crrdaloua. Announcement la made of a hair restorer that win grow hair In 30 Minutes. Turf investment people, correspondents of niatrltnonlnl bu reaus, Auueko Jans helra u nil gold brick purchasers will nil believe thla. Bleeps la Blissful la-aoranee. The Joke I on n New York man who committed mitcide because the attending physician told him he had lirlglifs disense. The doctor ills oered lit tnlstnke nt the post mortem, but the victim sleeps on in blissful Ignorance. laaest Patnllr in aertnnn?. A carter's wife, named Mr. Nn (Tela, who lives in Kurdorf. Germany, has Junt given birth to her thirtieth child. She has now 2.1 children, the oldest of whom U 33. She Is 33 years old nnd her husband Is 05 and' they have the biggest family in (Jeruuiuy. .o Monetary I'nntrllintlnn. A furmer in ! milium who stood in a blizzard an hour In order to ling a train mid prevent n wreck "wus ! most smothered by congratulati...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 March 1903

,1 Frank Newton of thi pMco speaks very earnestly and emphatically when asked by any of bit many friend the reason fcr .,h0..Jr'r'r "lWe improvement in nt iicaitn, For a Jong time over two yearn he pa been sutleriM a grc.it deal with paint in hit back and nn ail over feeling t'f ill. ntss and weakness. Hi. appetite failed him and he grew gradually weaker and weaker till he wa very much run down. A friend recommended Dodd's Kidney Tillt and Mr. Newton began to take tw at a dose three time a day. In a very short time he noticed an improvement; the pain left hi back and he could eat better. ,Ie kept on improving and now be mj-m jYciV i,n'M.4!, 1 am..n different man and l)odd' Kidney Pills did it all. I cannot tell you how murh better I feel, 1 am a new man and Dodd's Kidney P 111 deserve nil tne ircdlt." WonMn'l lie Xfrfssarr. "Von want to Irarn to p1l better, pessie." Mid the mother, looking ovw ber chool report, "Oh, I don't care, minimi." Hut you dont want to prow up and Hot knqw hm...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 March 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Entered at tho pent office In Benton, Mi., on February 14, 1W, its eecotirt-dsM tnnll matter. Published at Benton, Mo., every rUTURTUY BY PHIL. A. HAFJtKlt. Subscription, $1.00 Per Your. vniioutu-cmcut.i. By authority the Ktt-KKn announces the following as cuiid idntes (or School Commissioner at the April election: W. II. HAROUOVE. N. L. ATTWOOD. "HARMONY" DISAPPEARED, The rinjt's 'jublloo'' over the so called extinguishment of the debt, held nt Jefferson City by the office barnacles nnd free pass brigade on Thursday of lust week, wound up in u small sized riot. The show was intended as a sort of love feast, but somehow tho chnrpes of boodle and bribery were so numerous as to make thinjrs very unpleasant. The school book question was the bone of contention. The House was nearly equally divided, nnd each side charged the other of being under corrupt influence. The text-book bill was up for engrossment and Speaker Whitecotton arbitrarily declared the bill encrossed...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 March 1903

tlf- t'l m 'A , M ' V vr SCOTT COUNTY IlICItER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., MARCH 28, 1903. No. 20 3 J 0 I' (J" ABOUT PROPERTY BIGHTS The From a Workman' View Point. Catholic Church and The Right of PomcmIom. By llrr. V. Klrla, ot KtUo. Earthly goods are necessary to nan's subslstance, such as food, clothe, a dwelling1 place, money, etc. Consequently every man in justified In striving to gain earthly goods after a Just manner and in possessing them as his personal property. It is the natural right of every man to preserve his own life, hence he is justified in gaining for himself and keeping as his own those ex ternal goods which are indispensable to his existence. He is also bound to provido for those who are depend ent upon him. God commanded our first parents in paradise to "All the earth and subdue It," (Jen. 1, St8. Cain and Abel had separate posses slons; each brought of his own to offer sacrifice. All trustworthy in formation respecting the earliest ages ot humanity bears evidence to...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 March 1903

TOPICS OF TIB DAT. Hat Tails gBl. Secretary Hitchcock will not ba bilged to upend any of hla $7,000,000 Irrigation fund In the Mississippi val ley. A Itaar ri-rarea. Mr. Corteljou thinks nbottt $600, f.W will run hla office In nice shape. Congress hod supposed $30,000 would do the job. No More Than Vaaal. A Topckn woman was asked If her husband gave up anything during tent. "Not a cent more than usual," ahe said. Probably a Leak. 8lnce the date of hit coronation King Kdwurd has ordered four bar rels of Kentucky whisky. There must be a leak somewhere. The Distribution. The circulation, per capita, of the United States is ass.41, the highest on record. Hut the distribution m slight ly thicker In some spots than other. .o Itonlit. Attorney General Km- Is hating a Compilation made of the laws of the various states relating to trusts and combines. This will odd. no doubt, to the general confusion on the subject. Thr Hindoo nnd the llurtinr. Delhi's durbar cost Slo.ono.ODO which Would sup...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 March 1903

10W COST 0R1EWHQU81. I Partleatar VaUt to Thai Uvlaa Moat Laa4, aa it Caa Basil.- Hetaavea'. A serviceable greenhouse may bt erected at a low cost by tiling snshea which may be accumulated by any one doing extensive hot-bed work, ouch a houte can be ptit up by any handy mon, and the sashes made to o eight instead of three months eJI,C0 dur,n he year. The greenhouse I use in a three quarter span. 104 feet wide, running 0 feet northeast and southwest nnd healed by four. lines of four-Inch not water pipes, which had previous ly done duty as boiler tubing. All the frumc is of two by four inch lumber. The roof rests on four rows of posts set on two by four inch hemlock sills. These posts are sawed off to give the roof a pitch of about 20 degrees, or a drop of two feet for each six-foot sash. Plates arc milled on each row of posts nnd gutter board wide enough to cover the top of eoch wall. The sashes of the roof are fastened to the plates by screw bolts, nnd the Joints nnd peBk covered by...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 March 1903

JM' MM! ws SIS L 4 J. 5 j?'b3 m Co jgfOTT COUNTY KICKER ViH"ll.,,'Jf uejatofBcals Bmtna. Mo., oa Pmj IV IN. M aecoacl-daaa mall matter. id Published at Bonton, Mo., every mMTUSBAY BT PllL. A. HAVNER. Subscription, 91.00 Per Tear. AaaonaccmcntH. ' By authority the Ktontnnnnouncos tm Zcutowingasciinuidatesfor School ntsstojior nt tlio April election W. H. HARGROVE. N. L. ATTWOOD. mm , mm 0( 1 anss aaVaKS''' aaaaaawl aaaaaaaaK' igaaaaaatxtlt-, ) A RECORD 11REAKER. The most disgraceful cvnernl ns ibly thnt over pothered in Mis- sari lias just been chnsed out of MhnouClty by the assembling of th Cole county praml Jury. Just mch another tifrgregutiou of political free-booters could not be found out aide theSt. Louis House of Delegates. Two weeks ago Sneaker White cottun took the floor and made direct elmrjres of boodle and bribery. This led to the nppointment of nn investigating committee. This com 'mlttee organized nnd among the irst witnesses enlled before it were 1. L. Ptige, a cross-r...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 April 1903

SCOTT Vol 2 COUNTY K.ICHER. BENTON, MO APRIL 4, 1903. No. 21 WHAT THEY SAY. Extracts from Southeast Newspapers Showing What They Think of The Missouri Legislature. No doubt tht friends of tht Kicker bare often heard it said that Phil. Hafner would kick if he were hung. They have heard it said that he kicks in season and out, but they have found no one who would take up bis kicks kick by kick and show wherein he was wrong. Oh.no. The flies of the Kicker are here in the office from the first issue to the present date. All aloug the Kicker baa held that the men who clamor most for notoriety and respectabili ty are 'the rankest scoundrels we hare. All along the Kicker has held that the men who are in control of the Democratic organisation in Missouri are rascals and traitors to the peo ple, and to prove this it is only nec essary to quote from the Southeast Missouri newspapers. And there is one thing in particu lar the Kicker asks you to note. The following extracts are from newspapers ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 April 1903

Scott forty fitter. n APRIL 1903 WW. ,m m to. tin. m. ur. t ... ... 12 3 -I U II H IE "H" J J3 JI4 2 16 77 "l? 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 77 TOPICS OF Til OAT. Hearwst Oar Taoaafcts. It Is time to abandon the move ment for government ownership oi coal mines and tnke up the cry of government ownership of ice factories. llaala Awir Krom "TratUtloaa." An old-fashioned editor pleads for return to hanging as n means of auicide instead of carbolic acid. But we arc slipping away from all the good old traditions. Xot On Kicker. The M voters of the village of Greene, 5. Y., have decided unani mously for the municipal ownership of its waterworks and electric light ing plant. At last a place has been discou-rod without at least one kicker against evcryhing. Incredible Story. ' The vtory that there is a person living in California 150 years old is Incredible. Memory begins to fall seriously at TJ. and at UK) It Is prac tically obliterated. That extra 10 must be n pocr.vpli.nl. Time All...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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