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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

18 189S. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1 i i I 14 PUBLIC TUP dam Abilene Reflector (Rep.): o rt in on i 11 13 unnecessary to dis nUAU BILL cusa jt at length, for It Is probably unconstitutional to start with. Hutchinson Bee (Silver Rep.): We be lieve the bill proposed will bo acceptable to a majority of the members in each house and will be speedily enacted into a law, and as a law will be of Inestimable value to the producing classes of the State. Hutchinson Gazette (I'op.): If the plans of Governor Leedy mature as sat isfactory as his admirers and co-workers believe they will, the embarrassment of Kansas producers will find relief from railroad exactions and unjust discrimi nations in a measure offered for the con sideration of a proposed extra session of the Legislature. Senator John Armstrong (Pop.): I am opposed to the Legislature being called together at this time if the only question to be considered is that of railroad legis lation. If they will also consider the repeal of the Metr...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

14 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 23, THE WAGE-EARNER. ;MT The Advocate and News will bo Rl'id to receive short communications on lalwr matters, particularly In regard to tho affairs of unions In the Stat, the shorter work day. etc. Contri butions must b short, as our spaco Is limited. We want a Kfod correspondent and a subscrip tion RKPitt In every union In Kansas. Write for particulars. Boiler Makers May Meet. The Brotherhood of Boiler Makers and Iron Ship Builders of America Is taking a refereundum vote on the advisability of holding a convention In June. The convention, If held, will meet in Phila delphia or Kansas City, KaH. Coolie Wages in St. Louis, The Metal Polishers' Union haw Issued notification of a boycott against the wtoveH and ranges manufactured by the Buck Stove and Range Co., of St. Louis, Mo. The wages paid by this linn are less than those which Chinese coolies are supposed to receive, and boys are sup planting mechanics as their employes. Union Labor and Beligio...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. mi 16 TIME AND MONEY WILL DO IT. The Success of Port Arthur as an Exporting City is Assured. - The Kansas editors' trip to Port Ar thur was the means of giving them per sonal Information relative to the efforts to secure deep water at the terminus of the Port Arthur route and as to the prob ability of getting a big seaport city on the Gulf from which Kansas products may be exported much more cheaply than through any other. The editorial party numbered about 200, in which were rep resentatives of 134 newspapers. The road provided a special train of five Pullmans, a diner and a baggage car. With its usual liberality and enterprise It broke the record in extending courtesies to editors by paying for the Pullman cars. The party was in charge of F. W. Mc Donald, Industrial Agent, who was ably assisted by W. C. Edwards, who is in charge of the land excursion business on this line. Rainy weather prevented many stops going down, but a brief rest was taken at Mena, Ark...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

16 FEBRUARY 13, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. f CO-OPERATIVE READINQ CLUBS. 3a9 .9 .t. 1 i t t tt. t .t . .t..t-t..f. -t.t-.t-.f-.t. .fii'ii TuTiiTl 4 4 I 1 4 4 " I 4 4 4 44 AMERICAN LITERATl'RK COURSE. LESSON VI-PART 3. THE CONCORD WRITERS. I. 1837-18C1. RALPH WALDO EMERSON. Extntet From "Two Rivers." Thy summer voice, Musketaqult. Repeats the music of tbe rain, But sweeter rivers pulsing flit Through thee as thou through Concord plain. Thou In thy narrow banks are pent. The stream 1 love unbounded govs; Through flood and sea and firmament, Through light, through life, It forward goes. I see the Inundation sweet, I hear tbe spending of thn stream Through yearn, through men, through nature floet. Through passion, thought, through power and dream. The Indian name of Concord liver. LESSON QUESTIONS. 1. Who was known as the "Sage of Concord"? 2. In what peculiar manner was he educated for his life work, and what In fluences and environments served to make of him what he was? a. 3. What Is sai...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 17 1893. Libert, Equality, FraWnaltjk Liberty, equality, fraternity I Write them on the banners. Let them be (or agn and countersign, Without equality liberty cannot be. Without fraternity neither equality nor liber ty can be achieved. By tbia algn (hall ye conquer. Let the atandard be lifted that all may aee 11 Let the adranoe be Bounded that all may hear 11 Let thoee who would fall baok, fall back. Let those who would oppose, oppose. Everywhere are thoae who will rally. Hie stars In their ooursea fight against SIserat Henry Georg. Examine the Strawberry Beds. If the strawberry beds have been mulched as they ehould be the winter winds will have blown Bome of the mulching off the plants, bo the beda should be examined frequently, espe cially as spring nears, and the mulch be pt over plants that are uncovered. It Is the alternate freezing and thaw ing of spring which does the mischief to unmulched strawberry beds, not the cold of winter. TO PUT ON needed flesh,...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 18 FEBRUARY 2b. .Published February 23, 1898.1 Appellate Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 2fil. The Long-Bell Lumber Company and J. P. Archer, plaintiffs In error, VM. Goo. T. 1 "Webb and W, P. Dillsworth, part ners doing business under the llrm name of deo. T. Webb Grocery Company, de fendants In error. Error from Cherokee County. Syllabus. AFFIRMED. By the Court. Milton, J. 1. Defective allegations In a pleading are held In this case to have been cured by tbs admission of testimony, which was merely Irrelevant under such pleadings, where the admission of such testimony was not objected to nor the pleading at tacked In the trial court. 2. Where the reoord shows that a party excepted to one of the instructions given by the trial court, and that no exception was taken when the Instruction was afterwards repeated In substance: Held, that the error, if any, in giving such instructions, was wulved. All the Judges ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

10 1838. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. .H-M-i f Minimum! 1 1 h i i-h i 1 1 m 1 i 1 h-h-i-m i 1 1 1 i n 1 , , Prosperous Mexico and Free Silver. By WILLIAM J. BRYAN. ;; " i'opyrlKlt by the Tross rubllshliiK Co., Now York World. All rlRhi ronerycd. gl 4-1-H-M I i H-H-H-i 1 1 M-I-M- I'WIH'ttilWWW'l 1 ! 1 1 t H-M-H- The reading which I did preparatory to my visit to Mexico revealed to me how little I had known of the history of that country, past and current In this connection I acknowledge my In debtedness to Senor Romero, the Mexi can minister at Washington, for ad vanced proofs of bis book, just issuing from the press, descriptive of Mexico at tho present time. Seuor Romero, be sides being a student of great industry and research, is thoroughly familiar with our language, and his book will be of great value to both republics in that it gives to the people of tho United States full and authentic information with regard to our neighbor on the south- I found : First That Mexico la a delightful...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 23 February 1898

20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. FEBRUARY 23, 1M8, CUnon, Timothy, tUXlct, sir IE3 SEEDS, K DWKR SEEDS. itstii 9XOWKR Catalogue for 1898 Fre. Kin iL-a LJ Vti' JJJ TROWBULL SEED GO., 1426 ST. LCUI3 AVE., ISIS CITY, MISSOURI. 5W PTW All Kinds of Garden ami Field Seeds. Special Price to Market Garttanent. PETER HEIL & SONS, .Vl TOPEKA. Vf 'ill Jenmalei XL-i' Full pai tot. ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY, Cane and Millet, Kaffir, Spring Wheat and Corn. White llullfsa Hurley. Seed OatH. particulars and buok, "How to Sow Alfalfa," e00t9ttt0tf99et009f MeBETHA KINNISON, Garden City, Kmiihh. Wholesale and retail dealer In Qarden, Field and Flower Seeds. Flowering Bulbs. Plants, Flower Pots, Garden Implements and Insect I'olson. ALFALFA and other clovers and grasses apoelaJty. POULTRY 80PPLI EH Ground Oyster Shell, Ground Bone, Crystal Grits, Pratt'" Poultry Food, Lee's Lice Killer, Anti-Freezing Chicken Fountuln. BUYERS AND HELLERS OF APPLES AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. 3. H. DOWNS, Manager, 3C6 Kansas A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

VO .V " V-. 'V l v ss! . k A rrr Devoied to rhe 5ar interests or the Home, the 5hop and the firm Tenth Year. No. 9. OFFICIAL STATE PAPKIt. ! VEAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 2, 1898. EVERY WEDNESDAY. l'KICK FIVE CKXIS. BUTTER MEN GATHER. The National Convention at Topeka is a Success and Gives Kansas Much Valuable Information. The greatest educational meeting which has assembled in Kansas in many years was the National Buttermakers' convention at Topeka last week. It brought to the notice of Kansas people all of the latest improvements in butter making. In doing this it gave them In formation with respect to a line of busi ness which must be greatly developed in Kansas before its farmers and dairymen will be securing full the benefits of their efforts. The exhibits were nearly all In place Monday but the convention did not begin until the arrival of the majority of the delegates, Tuesday. They came on spe cial trains from everywhere, Beemlngly. The people of Topeka were agreeably : surpr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

2 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2 I' i I p u. " THE KANSAslMINER AND THnV SCRIPAt,D SCREEN INDUSTRY BY DAN DENHAM I itLWtraArioNt v muKH roii. 3 II THE SCRIP SYSTEM. A book might be written about the system which the coal operators have of paying their employees In scrip; It would merely be an elab- orated definition or one word robbery. The company stores have absolutely no tenable ex cuse behind them. Through them the operators coerce their miners Into a condition that Is worse than slavery, and their baleful lnfluenceextends to the entire community In which the stores are situated. The miner la southeastern Kansas Is ostensibly paid monthly or bi-weekly, and his wages are held back from two weeks to twenty days that Is, In the former case he Is paid on the first of the month for coal mined up to the fifteenth of the preceding month. If the miner finds It necessary to live and to keep his family alive while wait ing a month for his first pay-day he usually goes to the company's off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ISM. s SETTLE BOTH QUESTIONS, A Way to Combine Satisfactorily Topeka's Auditorium Question and the Kansas Exhibit at Omaha. The people of Topeka have an oppor tunity to receive the donation of an audi torium building If they desire it, simply by showing their pride in the city. The Trans-Mississippi and International Ex position offers the beautiful auditorium building at Omaha as a donation at the close of the exposition upon the simple condition that the citizens of Topeka do their share towards Insuring a creditable Kansas exhibit at the exposition. The exposition auditorium is one which would add to the credit of any city in the country. In beauty It Is not excelled by any other of the exposition buildings, and it will be one of the features of the exposition. While In Topeka Monday E. S. Tucker, commercial agent for Kan sas for the exposition, suggested that It might be possible for Topeka to settle the auditorium question by securing an op tion on the au...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2, way From Actual Experience. The Advocitte and News solicits short contributions on matters of Interest to the farmer. Experience Items from Kunmins are particularly desired. Write for our clubbing rates wltti the leading farm Journals. The Breeding Sow. It is not generally appreciated as It should be that the breeding bow while she is bearing her young needs just the kind of nutrition that the growing pig will require. Sows fed heavily on corn fatten, and bring thin, stunted pigs, with very little ability to care for themselves. Such pigs will never do so well as those whose dams were fed milk and wheat bran with some kinds of roots while bearing their young. These will have eood digestion, and will grow rapidly, while the stunted pig will never fully re cover from the Improper nutrition it re ceived before it was farrowed. Ameri can Cultivator. Oondition Powders for Horses. A veterinarian was once asked to pre scribe a good condition powder for run d...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1S35. 6 what should the farmers do who are so fortunate a to have wheat la their gran aries and corn In their cribs? Unless they are absolutely obliged to sell, the signs would seem to Indicate that It would be best not to do so for the pres ent at least. But It might also be wisdom not to hold on too long for fear that a large new crop might cause the prices to recede. Saving the Manure. No Intelligent farmer questions the value of the manure made on the farm, but not all of them give this manure the intelligent care required to save its full value for the use of the crop. By far the best plan is to haul the manure out to the land as eoon after it is made as possible, but during the winter, and es pecially in the colder climates, this plan is not always possible, and the next best plan is to store it in sheds or pits or pens, to be removed to the fields when possible. The value of the liquid excrements of farm animals is not properly appreciated and on farms ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

0 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2. HE- j-'j'i-j-l'3"1lSJ'fl,I"I"'I'1""I,l''l""i"'I'"f''I''"t"2"i'"I'-I,,I,'I,"l" 4iH,H' 'H"I"r CONCERNING KANSAS. . BY J. W. MUKFMT. '4,,I,IMI',l,,l,I"I,,I,,iI"I,,I"I,,IMlI,,I,,I,,t,t,,l,,I,,I,I,,I,'I ,J,,Ii 'J1 J "J "J1 'I1 J' 'I" J1 'I 'l1 "I1 'I La Crosse baa a new State bank. Two Bcloit banks have consolidated. The State bicycle races will be held at Sallna, July 4 and 5. The neit A. 0. U. W. grand lodge will convene at Pittsburg. No one haa yet been Governor of Kan sas who was of Kansas birth. A license costing $100 Is necessary In order to Bell cigarettes at Stockton. Marshal Sterne thinks that the Repub licans should have a late State conven tion. A train load of cultivators was dis tributed at points along the Santa Fe last week. Mr. Bryan stopped at Leavenworth on his rfturn from Topeka. He was given an ovation. The Republican State committee will meet March 8 to set a date for the State convention. Hie Osborne Farmer says that W..A. Rceder Is...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 7 jj GENERAL NEWS NOTES i i i i i 4 i r New York brokers are importing gold. Bryan is to make three 6peeches in Alabama. Cases of scurvy are now reported in the Klondike. War la now promised between Nicar agua and Costa Rica. Illinois never had a Governor who was born within the State. Mayor Harrison of Chicago will write a book on the silver question. The country can legally declare war duly by resolution of Congress. John York & Co., a big dry goods house in Chicago, has made an assign ment. Perry, Okla., papers assert that the Santa Fe will make that place a division point. The government has employed 100 Alaskan Indians as scouts for Its relief exposition. The government ihas received $10,987, 732 from the sale of public lands in the past ten years. ' The National Buttermakers conven tion indorsed, the Omaha Trans-MLssis-sippi exposition. . The British government is endeavoring to secure the formation of a union of the South Africa states. President Do...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 11AHCIJ 2. . 'tj'I"I'jl"l"H"l"l"I"i"I' 1 I "I '1 1 I I' 4 FIRESIDE - SCRAP-BOOK i IN T1IK KALI.. When tho rain comes patt'rln down On tho lt iivea, all doud an brown, Layln thluk upon the groun, In tho full, An the troos, all Htrlpjmd an bore, Lift thoir arms tip in the air, Aa if heavun in mute denpair They would call. Then I lovo to kindur git Off one nldo alono an Hit, With iny corncob pipe a-lit, In the door, "Way from hired mun an wife, An rolliM't on human lifn, With ita hiiHtlln roun an atrifs Evermore. An it aomohow gconia to mo That we all Home day will bu Like an old Uenerted true i Ah it grlovoH, Bituchin up our arms on high, ! 'Neath llfo'a gray an wintry itky, ; While aroun um thick will lie Our dead loaves. Loaves of hope that time has killed j Au of plana all unfulfilled, ' 8ehomen for gain we loved to build Tbcao will lie Just about an thick aroun ' An thum dead kuvta on the groun When lifo'a cold full ruin oomca down i By and by. ! Mukou no ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 0 TWO LIVES. Tiro youth from a vinugo set out together To seek thotr fortune the wide world through. One cried, "Hurrah for autumn weather I" The othur sighod, "Winter is almost duel" One failed, the; wild, for he nover was thrifty, Returned to the village and laughed and loved. The other sucooodod and when he was fifty Uad million and fame, and the world ap proved. But the failure was happy. Els smile was blowing. The dogs and the children romped at hid feet, While from him who suoooodod, though rnucb pOHSOHHing, The little onus shrank when they chanoed to nieot. One purchased repoct by his lordly giving. The other won love by his loving ways. And if either hod doubts of his way of living It wnxu't the one with the humble days. They never knew It, but both were teachors Of deep life socrotrt, these village youths. The one at a school whore foots are preachers, The other of a world that worship truths. -John Boyle O'KoUly. Uncle Sam's Cavalry Horsos. Georite K...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH 2, ADVOCATE AHDHR78. . OFFICIAL 8TATR PAPER. A Kantat JVeiwtixiper Demited to tin Bent Inter' enta of Uic Home, the Slurp and the Fat m. Pcfe'Idacd Every Ws!neday,t Topeka, Kinsai. dEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Editohs and Phofhiitohh. Hubiwrlption Ilit: One cowi ime year by mail, it. In chilis of ten or more, by nuM, one yetr, 75 cmt ttwh. Tlie adceiiMny ralen of The AdroeaU and Keum are Une. Kxtimatr will he maite and jrUen fur ntnlml on amillratUm. Noeftravharyeforvuln, etc. The puhlkhm reneire the riuht to reject any ohjeMionalile adrertMnu. The rentier of thin paper may ronnlder any adrertlnement whUh ap "penrn therein an rewexe ntiny a firm whom relLihll' Ml enn lie vonrheA for by the puUtUhtrn. Tlie Advocate- won eatalilMied in INK), and mm tomolldaUd with The Kana New in .W. The Advocate, ami New in the offiehil StUe pajier, and nan a tamer eirculnt.Uin than any other Kaman weekly whfch receive advertisement. For informnlUm reynrdlny mherlplUim ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. H-M I I 1 M-H-H-I-H-I-l-M'll'H-H I H-H l H"M M ! A'M-HlrHWf I CURRENT DISCUSSION. 1 I! By EX-SENATOR PEFFER. .t. t .. ?.t..t . ..t..t....t....f..t..t--t ..f..!.t-.t..t..f..t..t t . t. t t t .t..t .t. t. t . .-.-t..f.T..t.,t..f..T.T.. TXlTTTTTTIn n n'rrrrn f n r rrr I n I n n I rrn rrn n The Question of War With Spain. The cool and deliberate manner In which the authorities at Washington have been dealing with the question of war with Spain la greatly to be com mended. War la cruel at best, destruc tive, wasteful and usually has to be car ried on by men who have no personal Interest In Its causes. There was a time when war was a pro fessiona sort of national brigandage popularized by Its profits through pillage. As civilization has advanced, commerce spread and Christian Ideas have devel oped, an unwritten code of international law has been established and all nations are In honor bound to respect Its re quirements. "The law of nations is the great source from ...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 2 March 1898

THM ADVOCATE AND NEWS. MARCH. if if iTiiTi itii?nti ifnti if i if nf i f ........ .. t .t.-t, t--t-,,,,t.,t,nt , if, tut. PUBLIC OPINION. i t 1 1 - i n IJ l IT t. ...... i ... 1 1 4 I i I Jr - AttfMIT Minneapolis Better Way Vivo so (POP-): Webb McNall is 1 1 iiAjioAi. entitled to wear a "Never touched mo" button as big as a stove lid Jiansas City Times: Senator Harris made a great fight to protect the gov eminent from the money vultures of Now York, and Kansas Is proud of him. Kansas City Star: The Oaago Indiana are-talking of selling out and going to Mexico. PosHlbly It Is a scheme to get rid of the Kansas politicians who hold them up at Washington. Kansas City Tribune (Rep.): The Westmoreland bank that thought It could monkey with Breldcnthal like the sa loons do with Lecdy knowa better now. Its charter has been revoked and it is out ;of business now. Pittsburg Kansan (Pop.): Kansas, If war does come, will be found first to the front. The "repudlatorH" will be In the foUtle'a van,...

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