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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

. jtviA':' 'v/ * PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMEN1 ITEMS OF VAHIOIH PltOFEH- jI HIONH GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. im it- lra ll- J HB Ich lid I to lot tJ PERUSAL OF PUBLIC ^tltrd to CoIuuium in Which Arc No- ticci of* Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries. Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot* House. Phone 203. McKlniiep. DR. E. L. BURTON, Specialist, eye, ear. nose and throat, McKinney, Texas. JAMES LEWIS, Veterinnry Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky Btreet, McKin- ney, Texas. I Dr. W. E. Rucker, office in Foot* House, second floor, southwest cor- ner. Phones: Office 4C, Residence 177. F. (1. HKIMJES, Dentist, upstairs over Collin County National bank. Residence phone 28. Office phone 412. McKinney, Texas. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-offlcio Notary Public, alwuy appreciates notary work as a s'dv. line, dwtt Dlt. J. C. <>ltFKR—Offica upstairs over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co., east side square, McKinney, Texas Phones: Residence G08, office U09. FOR EI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

jm Hifl SgK^Wjr «■'" fM ■ '■ WK, ' 1' ?"•< 9p 111 W • ... ••''••"*"•• •'* ,;v'; "■ ' ME|^QjjH||9 > . 1 . ? ♦*1J 'M '* '"*• .'"^ 1 ;■ ,' :.*t SEi vH nd The Song Goes "It's best to be oi the outside looking in thai to be • the Inside leokinf oat." But when on the in- side of our F SUMMER SUITS the song is changed. For the fit, style and workmanship gives you an appearance to cause you to appreciate being ou the "inside" "Swell Checks," "Nobby Pla'ds," "Blue Serges," Single or double breasted two-piecc suits $12 to $35 White & Newsome Merchant Tailor*, McKinney, Texas 1 rtr "'- I 1 BR The Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietor*. Entered as second-class mail matter. McKinney, Tcxan, May :iO, 10O7. TWELVE PAGES The split log drag and Col. Jupiter Pluvius are still doing business. Treat the hen, hog and cow kind- ly. They are county-savers and bread winners. We will have the ex-Confederate and Old 'Settlers' reunion again this year. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

>A =tm' ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. PI KB. yHr, Wash Kagg went to McKln- ,4ti*y yesterday on business. ( Mr. Ward of Greenville came In Friday and is on the Hick list. Geo. Morrow and wife spent a few day* In Greenville last week. Miss Angle Redman has been vis- iting In Dallas for over a week. Prof. Shelton of Merit will be the principal of our school next year. Tom Kelley and wife of Oak Grove spent a few days last week vis- iting relatives here. Dave Wilson came In last week from Scurry county. He has rented the Richard property and bought Ira Creswell's crops. Dr. Bill Morrow's wife and chil- dren who have been visiting here for about two weeks have returned to their home in West Texas. Frazler Byrd, one of our black- smiths, who has formerly occupied the Richard property, has rented Prof. Foster's home and moved Into it. Prof. Foster, principal of our school for the past three years, has \ secure...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

' V* \ ' s S ii ' WKS*' ''"t : f®1 ■ / ,■■■ : ;V.. $ * Ht >-— tmiums Given We have on hand several hundred dollars worth of PrettyPremiums running from $2.50 worth coupons up and in connection to these we are going.to give something new. Come in and let us explain and show you our profit shar- ing premiums. EACH 10 doxen Ladies Whits Hadn- kerchiefs, embroidered corner and plain. White sale Price EACH IK "A O CAPS Baby Caps in blue and pink, sell at other stores]at 25c on sale at EACH c9 ^ I c A Few Dont's Dont buy one single item until vou visit our store. Dont let our competitors tell you it can't be found in McKinney. l)ont let them a*k you 5 or 10c moru for au articlu whou you can buy from uh for k'NN. You dont have to Htand ami wait at thin store—everything out on <Uh- play with a hi# prioe card nhowing the (ircat Reduced Price*—Helling a* our competitors say at about Half Price > i each White Turnover Collars worth at other stores ioc. Special Price, EACH ONLY A Barga...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

fa. A Murderer! Yes that is what the VICTOR cultivator is. A weed and grass murderer. And in case you have not secured one already, you had better fortify yourself against General Green by owning one of these rapid fire weed murderers. Collin Co. Imp. & Vehicle Co. R. E. CARPENTER, Pres. McKINNEY, .... TEXAS You Make a Mistake I If you got bluo envying people who have gas in their house and you have not. Wo can give you everything they have in the No. 85 Gasolene Stove As IT HAS BEEN A FAVORITE FOR 8IXTEEN YEARS Why ? You can broil iust as you can •*,' a gas stove. When baking day comes wo'll show you how to roast with the same heat you'roJiaking with. Then wash-day ; there's tho step at a convenient height for tho wash-boiler. It's on casters, too. The reputation of George M. Clark & Co-. Div. has been built up on the kind of work and material put up in this stove. It is cleanor than oil, and safe because mado according to the rules of the National Board of Fire Insuranco p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

r ' , ' 1 " < ^ < kt , < ! " •••• ' CURES CHILLS FEVERS AND S /MALARIA Price 50 cents SOLD STRICTLY ON ITS MERITS ) ft. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texae ■m lug this week with lira. J. W. Crow. — Messrs. W. H.. J. P. and Will J Kite spent the day with William Holder near Lucas Sunday. Mr. Milt Turner made a bualnew trip to McKinney Friday. t Mr. and Mra. Turner and daugh- ter, Geneva, attended the decoration at Forest Oruve Thursday. J. J. Rcmuier has moved on Mr. Wilcox's farm near Upper Rowlett. Deafness ('aiinot Be Cured. Have You Weak Kidneys? TRY DR. OTTO'S wn«-<- ot BUGil AND GIN With Acotate of Potash [ j Has relieved and cured many thousands ol^ _ j hopeless caseu and wo want you to try It. Price GCc AN HONEST REMEDY MADE ON HONOR VIN'EY GltOVK NO. 2. May 2o.—The rereut rains have done a groat deal of damage to the crops. Some of the farmers are planting their cotton over. Geo. H. Hipp and W. A. Skelton visited at Verona last Tuesday. Mr. T. 11. Wilson and son, Claude,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

WM ■ x j "sr- ""i .-',v JtA Wt /)?«< i Exceptional Bargains! | IN \ Pianos and Organs* Also Singer Sewing Machines. % V Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (1*2) years, and having Void during that *« T time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estey, flamil- % ton, Camp Si Co.,—which have mot every requirement and de- luand of my trade, men the most fastidious, I feel justified in ♦ soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during V the current year. I am in a position this year not only to meet A the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than & a that—to give you Bargains In Pianos and Organs that youj will at " once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this ^ very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in t the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- © missions to teachers and solicitors to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

HJ l-r X I •> y}>,m ilw 1 K Stack atrir eo1d« or Orlpp* with Pit)T ntlo«" MpMi* ture defeat (or Puaumunte. To Mop • cold PrevuiiUc* U wfor than to kit U run and be Ml to cur* It Afterward*. To batuiv, Fre- es will cure ereii a deeply Heated cold, but i early—at the MteeM unr«>- -tli«jr break, or at tneau early cold*. That'* ur ly better. * whjr they are called Preventics. tic*are little Chnriy Cold fun*. No Qttln- phytic, nothing ilckenlng. Nice (or the —and thoroughly aa(e too. I( you (eel J you Kux-se. Ifrou ache all over, think oI ivcntlc*. Promi>tne* may alto «ave hall your I*lckn«M. And don't forget your child. If i u (everUhiiMM, nlghtorday. Herein pftil He* IfttVentlct' greatest effldener Bold 14 for the pocket, aim In Itftc lioxe* o( 48 a. lutUt ou your drugglu* giving you Preventics CITY DRUG STORE, \ltl>ATH. May 27.—A choral society was organize here Sunday night. Meet- ings wi'i bo held every Sunday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock. D. W. Bagwill was elected presid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

f* ' 1' „'-> # * ccnt- McKINNKY, OOLLIN COUNTY, TUX AH, THURSDAY, JUNK «, 1IKI7. VOL. S4, NO. 10. iHK DIRECTORS ARE ELECTED At a meeting of the local stock- of the Continental Bank id Trust Company held at their Friday, the following dl- ra were elected: T. B. Wilson, W. Field, J. H. Ferguson, L. L. lllott, Dr. C. T. Lewis, F. E. Wil- and Jesse Atkinson. All of these have served the pre- vloua year except T. B. Wilson, who j auoeeeded Dr. W. T. Largent, he | having previously tendered his reslg- i nation. The new board immediately con- Ivened and unanimously re-elected 1 Jas. W. Field as its president. .J. O. Wilkinson, president of the )ntlnental Bank and Trust Com- |wy of Fort Worth was present in a neat speech expressed much ^ttafactlon at the steady growth of 'bank's business, which contin- Increase, although this is the >n of the year when banks |uaualty are losing deposits. He [warmly commended and thnnked the llrectors and stockholders lndlvidu- illy and collectively fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

!—■ Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTBll B. WILSON PibUihen Proprietors. tared u Mcond-claas mall matter. Tbe date print*! opposite isi-gln of the paper or on the iadlo*te« U>e time to wnioh your aub- U paid. All aubaorlptlooa expire on •< la* month. Any •ufaeortber not ra- th* pa par ragalarly will plaaa* notify ua Wsio not a«ad «ufesorlpUooa * papar, If o for •lip paid on attached m papar, If oradit I* not ahown on ilip la too lay*Tre« data of iwlttaaoa, notify tM ol SubKcriptlou Kate* One copy one year 91.00 MrKliiiii'y, Texa*, June fl, l 07. There's no doubt about It, Collin county is In soak. Don't frown about the weather, behind the clouds Is the sun still shining." If you are in the habit of talking about your neighbor, right now is a fine time to quit. The Dallas Times Herald sees dis- aster ahead. It says. To add to her other misfortunes San Francisco now has a beer fam- ine. The Golden Gate City survived the earthquake, was making a brave stand against th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

JAMES STER motherhood TIm first requisite of t good mother Is good health, ud the m- psricnoe of matornltv should not be Approached without careful physical ktion, as a woman who is in lysical condition transmits to lildren the blessings of a good eonstitutioD. Preparation for healthy mater* ntty is aooomplished by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made from native roots and herbs, more successfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone and strength to the entire feminine organism, curing displacements, ul- ceration and inflammation, and the result is less suffering and more children healthy at birth. For more than thirty year* Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetaMe Compound has been the standby of American mothers in preparing for childbirth. NotewhatMrs.JamesChester,of427 W. 33th St., New York says in this letter:—Dear Mrs. Plnkham:-"I wish every expectant mother knew about Lvdla B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A neighbor who had learned of its great value at this try...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

TOM W. PERKINS WALT Hit B. WlLflOH Entered aa aecond-claaa mall matter. T SstecrtbM-a: -1W iit prtu«4 opposH rum oath* nanl* of tho mm or on th r ladloatM So tmo to which jroor ub Mia paid. All ■abaotipUoDa nxplrs on tUtkiBMtk. Any ■ubsonbar net ra- t tka MPar rafftUrtj wUl piaaaa notify as not mb 4 rsestols lor mwr paid on fttaaa, bat oradlt auaa on aUp a*uob«d paaar, tf orodK la not shows oa aUpk im ifairbai data of ravlttaaoa, notify this ~ Subscription lUtca Om copy one year 91.00, THE TKXAH ♦ RKAL Th a radar. Tha cltlsena of Ennlt ura prepar- ing (or a big industrial bawbee tie tc be held here July 4th.—Kuala Dally News An alert town will constantly keep ita' advantages to the front as a trading centre. Bnnis la wise. Guaranteed not to sour or ferment. Eat it and live long. "McKlnney, Texas, June 8, 1007. COLONEL STERETT FOIt GOVER- NOR. Colonel Bill Sterett of the Dallas Galveston News, caught five tarpon last year near Corpus Christ!. He is entitled to make the race for gov- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

4 MONDAY. C. I. Talkington has gone to Ros- well, N. M., on a business trip. Mr. and Mrir. Claude White of Chamberaviiie are visiting here to- day. 4A. W. Runnion, the well known eston merchant, is among today's visitors to the county's metropolis. R. L. Hayter and C. E. Freeman, two Blue Ridge business men. were Kere today aud qualified as notaries /public. A. J. Aycock, one of Collin coun- ty's most enterprising und substan- tial citizens, is here from Princeton on business. J. T. Buchanan and 8. E. Bate- man, two Celina notaries, were here today to qualify before County Clerk L. A. Sears. • 1 Walter Nelson, foreman of the Corslcana Sun-Light office, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nelson. Mrs. L. M. Talkington returned to Greenville today with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Warden, whom she will visit for a few duys. Rev. J. H. Bone, pastor of the Prosper Cumberland Presbyterian church, Is attending (lie llendrieks- Carter revival meetings. Mrs. C. M. Christie of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

iis. !]" %fjjk:, m iff*-? i§ Democrat-Gazette. Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER II. WILSON Publishers and Proprietor*. stared as second-class mall matter. To8atworlb«ra.-Th« d*U prlnwxl opposite — le on tb« msrgrtn or the paper or oe the iadlottM the Urn* to which four eub- „ l paid All eubeortpUona aspire on it of the month. Any eubeortber no . re- the paper regularly will pleaaa notify ua We do not tend raoelpta for money paid on MMoriptlooa, but 01 edit came on nltp attached &&S35 as s Subscription Rate* Om copy one year •1.00 McKlnney, Texas, June 0, 1007. Mumps and measles are raging at the A. and M. College. The school work closed on account of the epl- demies. Senator Foraker dearly loves to fight and from all indications he is going to get all that he could possi- bly desire in that line. Any law that has in it the ele- ments of spite, intolerance and re- venge should be purged of these be- fore being allowed a permanent place upon the statute books of uny state. Texa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

V- J It. -J r« le e, I ~ t rs st ,8. e- u- Hfr >f- ce II. rf t* a J ♦ ♦ t TIE FREE TICKET CONTEST At Matthews Bros.' in changein# each hour, some earnest porno n a I work will put Home one in the lead. Will ii be you? KEMEMBKlt Free round trip ticket to Eureka Npriugs, Arkansas, or tlH.50 worth of any good* absolutely free. Just ask ycur friend* to vote for you. We are giving out hundreds of vote* every day that you could get by ask- ing your friends to vote for you. Notice —No one in the store allowed to voteor sol- icit votes for anyone. This contest is being run strictly on the square. We print below the standing of the con- testants to a v te: Mrs. E. E. King 1670 MIhb Carrie Talkington ItilO Miss Goldle Warden 1540 Mr. Reed Oates 510 Miss Iva Stambaugh 290 Mrs. Ella Rickerson ' 260 £1Ihh Jlmnile Jenkins 1K0 Miss Ruby Oates 150 MIsb Clare Dowell 80 Miss Emma Allen 80 Miss Enid Perry 40 Mrs. Will Hill 40 Miss Sara Doggett 40 Miss Shelly Woodall 80 Miss Lena Horn 20 Mrs. J. M. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

5' ■ IJ6HHI J; v ALL OVER THE COUNTY. •rWil mm4 Newst L*Mm Pram Tk« #* ««r l-OiHKi' C*r i «| Hull! 6HrruMn<MU. FAYBUIUJ. Nannie Wicker Is on the sick Hit this week. Measles have vanished and the Whooping cough has taken Its plac*. Mrs. O. W. Ellis has ben very lit this week past but is better at this writing. People have planted their Tops the third time and lots of late corn Is being planted In the place of cot- ton. We are sorry to hear of the acci- dent of Mr. Luther Touchstone whj was run over by un electric car in Dallas. G. W. Ellis was over In the Beth- lehem community looking lifter the phone line and reports that crops ore Borry over there. Mr. Harry P. Bell has left this community but will conie back and teach ub a summer school which will begin the 16th of July. We had a six months' school at this place and will have eight or nine months school next year. Beat that for a county school. The Fayburg team and Frognot played a game of ball at this place Saturday. The scar ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

" 1 '1 =-= FROM "UNCLE JIM.' Communication of Intcmtl to KtmI- t*r of thin Paper. A >4 A Murderer! Yes that is what the VICTOR cultivator is. A weed and grass murderer. And in case you have not secured one already, you had better fortify yourself against General Green by owning one of these rapid fire weed murderers. •Ht Collin Co. Imp. & Vehicle Co. R. E. CARPENTER, Pres. McKINNEY, .... TEXAS You Make a Mistake If you get blue envying people who have fM in their house ana you have not. We oan give you everything they Uteve in the No. 85 Gasolene Stove IT Hi 8IXTKKN YEARS Why ? You can broil iust as you oan ,a a gas stove. When baking day comes we'll show you how to roast with the same heat you're baking with. Then wash-day; there's the step at a convenient height for the wash-boiler. It's on casters, too. The reputation of George M. Clark & Co. Div. has been built up on the kiud of work and material put up in this stove. It is I cleaner than oil, and safe because made ac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

iW [estion, Constipation, Headache Istedfs German Liver Powder ft«. U.S. Pat. Off. lor 0*0* 10ye r in l*U praotio# both in Kurop* and thi country. All SmKbn SSe a« ei.ee lelllw er lir Wtfl 6wb <Th« American Pharmaca! Co., Evanavilla, Ind. ft. E. Bristol, McKinaey, Texas CURES Speedily and Is harmless. It does not contain Chloral, Cocaine, Opium or Morphine As a headache rem* edy and a general nerve tonic It ha* no equal. Trial 8ize 5 cants THY IT THURSDAY. A valuable milch cow belonging to Mrs. Buck Wilson died Inst night as a result of drinking water from a paint bucket. Thanks to C. H. Ford, R. P. D. No. 3, Grand Prairie, Texas, for cash remittance to renew for The Democrut -Gazette. A fine nine-pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hell this morning. Mother and babe are doing well and Claude Is the happi- est man in town. profession ut Kemp, and is Master in Chancery at Durant. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pierce who have been visiting at the home of the former's brother, Rev. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

I taptM Bargains! RECORD 18 COMMKNDKD. IN re x * n nd Ik itora- e en- l way Pianos and Organs Alto Singer Sewing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ busing* in Collin County for the past twelve (18) years, and having sold during that time only inakus of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estey, Hamil- ton, Camp & Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand 01 my trade, e\en the most fastidious, I fee) justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am 111 a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you) will at once recognixe and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 June 1907

F. C. HEDGES, Dentist Haa equipped his office with *11 the modern appiianoes. Only latent methods used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Office over Collin County Nat- ional Bank. McKlnney, Texas. Nice 4-rooni house East Anthony atreet, lot 80x200, with good out- buildings, price $750. Easy terms. —R. L. Hight Real Estate Agency. 17-6td2tw Richardson A Woodall Solicita your patronage; ail good barbers. Kind and nice treatment North aide, McKinney, Tex. dwtf FRIDAY. Henry Morgan of Melissa is in the City today. He says that the heavi- est rain of the year fell In that vi- cinity last night. Mrs. Frank Allen, who with her children, Frances and William, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Lucas, left this after- noon for her home at Ennis. Miss Mattie Lou Webb left today for Houston where she will visit her friend, Miss Sadie Armstrong. She was accompanied as far as Dallas by her sister, Miss Hattie Webb, who will visit in that city. J. M. Klrby of Ihe J. P. Hunter general mercha...

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