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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

I , -p : ' ' '' ' ' jj' 7 " -: r - - 1 i--' VOL. f. NO. 33 TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, XVllih !), 1890. 1( PA OEM. THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. Attention VoterI HYou Would Romiln Freemen. Theso aro day a that try men's souls, therefore "put none but Americana ou guard to-night.' It a maxim, "that hlHtory repents Itself. Accepting this maxim ns Btatlng a truth, bo true as to bo fundamental, I will proceed to Btato some historical facts anil couple them with tho preBent condi tion of ftlTairs In thlB "our beloved couu try," tho land of tho oppressed and home of tho wage slave. Babylon, Nineveh, Eypt and Maeo don loHt their liberty, whon one person in each government becamo tho owner of all tho wealth. Athena and Grceco lost their liberties when one per cent, of tho population owned tho entire wealth of tho country. Homo lout her republic and tho people their liberty when two per cent, of hor population by treachery, trickery and crimo succeeded In grasping 05 por cent, of tho wealth of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

2 ADVO O-ATIH. ( JONTM I UTO US I ) Kl'A K'l'M KNT. Talklnj In the Fury of on' Wrath. Tho Wichita fliiytt'f whom) editor for at least a dozen years, has been onoof tho most devoted henchmen of John James Ingalls, has tho following editorial; INUAI.I.S ANU TIIK AI.MANCH. "Among tho resolutions passed by tlio confer ence of county presidents of tin) alliance held at Topelut, tli Ih week, wo llnd the following : 7'fWcnl, Notwithstanding tho fact tli.it Joint J. Insulin lias represented KaniiiH for 1 k t n years lu tlu United (States' senate, It Is it illllli ult matter for Ids constltutentM to point out it slnnN measure In; 1 1 ; i s ever championed In tin; Interests of tin; great agricultural unil laboring element of Kansas, iiinl tluit wo will not wipport by our votes ami liilliu'iii'i', tiny candidate for legisla ture, who favors IiIm ro-iicetloii to tho United NtatcH KCUatO, For years us a cli;il i ian n ami member of thu senate cnmmllteo on pensions, Mr. Ingalls was a nvitjMi!.t'i...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

ADVOOATI1 od facts to prove the contrary, wo can not lmitT plead ignorance. When wo examine tho demand for bread, wo find tho Increono of population la tho United Htatea averages a trillo over three per cent, per annum, thin Increased demand applies to tho necessaries of life, Includ ing mom'y. Wo will take tho wheat crop of 1380 in the Unitod States, which in otllelally reported (Bee SpolTonl, fur 1880, pago 20.) at 4r9,479,.r05 bushels, tho prico In Now York averaged, for tho year, $1.31, (Spofford, page 102); increase of popula tlon in the United States, averages throe per cent, por annum, (Spotford, pages .102 303). In 18H8 tho wheat crop of tho Unitod States waH hut 415,808,000 buBhcls, or 43,011 Wl bushola less than iu 18B0, whilo tho average prlco In New York for 1887, was but 87a cents; whilo in Chica go, 1888, it wag 92lj for tho year. It wo allow 10 cents diffcronco botwoon Chica go anil Now York; It givoa ua 102j in Now York, for the year 1888. Now tho increased homo dema...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

a TX-XD ADVOCATE. Bjlloti or Dulleh? Professor Eniilo d Laveloye has nn article In tho "Cantcwparvry Review" for March, ujton tho subject of "Com munism" in which ho states a truth eon ctrutn "Itepublics" or Democracies" which In full of grave portent and solemn warning to tho people of tho United States. Ho says that: "No ilentoeraey run cxlut perniautly l( Itn it5o-jili-iiro In imtareof marhnl maUrial (wiitty. Kii:r wlm net front llielr labor a urnulu IMntf, while, other uhoet them aro rfch, will nrohaMy In tlio fin neck to ffffcr fiie tliat Hiinctlon In equality, 'i'ho rkh will support tho Umm, and If nTt'KHary call In tlm ahl of a dkUiinr. Ho demo cracy terminate In either aiuirvhy or drimtlnm, anil imnally In wus an the rmilt of the other, Vu ler MielieoiulltloiiM Inequality IiIIidcuiimo of ltn downfall. Tim N'H'lal rol)Ieiii Involved In this phenomenon trouble all nation." I leader! pcruso again, carefully, the quoted paragraph, and from your Inner most conscience answer these...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

5 diimentlons within our own ranks and Mm real issues would probably bo lost Bight of, In tlio heat of conflict. . If we could control neither party, then we should ho left out entirely, with no hope ami no remedy only to ilo aa wo havo always done heretofore, ami vote for men whom wo know wouhl not work for our Interests. Another plan suggested U, that wo do not affiliate with any party, but wait for them to make nominations, then discuss each candidate In our respective organ izations, and decide which will oomo tho nearest to fulfilling our demands, and then Bupport that one Holldly. It seems to me this would como tho nearest to placing tho parties and bosses on tho "anxious seat" and would probab ly worry them tho moHt, but It ban tho objection that, if left to themselves, tho professional iolitIe!ans would not bo likoly to put men in nomination, whom wo could support at nil, and thus wo should again bo loft out. Now, as this is long enough, I shall simply add that whatever movo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

0 THE ADVOCATE. Crncxit. TAira or Tim Kaan State IrAKMK.KI'Al.I.lANt,,KAl)lNIUHTItlAI.Uwi).". Putillnhcd Kvery Wedncday by the ADVOCATE PUDLISIIIfIG CO, H. Mcf.Ai.f.r I'rt'Hlilfnt, (H J . r. I.iMKiiuu.MKU, linn. Manager, V,. . , W. T. IwiowN, Hi-c'y Trcamirer, ) 1 r,l,r" WT MltH. ANNIK L, PlUUH I TOPEKA, - KAN3AS. ( Entered annneond cIahh matter in the Tout Oi?lc it Topukft, Kantian.) TIC It MS OF HUHHCIUITION Ono Copy One Year fl.OO Twelve coili'i mo year .110.00 Clubg of Twenty ciloci or over $.80 each. Advertlwlnjc lUtn. Pluplay Miit tor, 10 cents per lino, Agate men, up'iin'iit (14 lines to lliu lni li) Uciulhitf Notices, W cunts r Him. Addri'MS all comiiiiinlciillons to th aovocaih rvuiKwxa co. TopaUa Kinm. IfJPOnTAHT. Wo havo concluded ft contract with W. S. Morgan, author of "Tho Wheel and Alliance and tho Impending Kev olution." for a sorios of articles "to treat of tho economic questions of tho day as thoy relato to tho intercuts of tho farmer and lalorer, and from a practi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

7 loiter not Bay anything which would reflect upon proceeding republican administrations. Senator Plumb had amull encouragement from his farmer constitutors in bin manly effort to ncrv their interests. Happily tho next attempt on the. part of Senator Plumb, or any other representative, to servo tho people, in stead of Wall fcJtriM't, will bo second ed and unstained. Henator Plumb, as a worker and ft roal mover of legislation, in worth a wholo ten aero field full of men, whos roIo qualification consists in ability to uso tho meanest, bitterest and most cutting words which tho English language contains, and fash ion them into sentence to mako men fighting toad, and to revive tho old timo hatred between tho north and the Routh. tho alliance sub-treasury bill bo fore the Rcnato, is awaiting just such Vigorous forcible and immediate Championship as Senator Plumb could give it Taxes and Prices. A suDscniBEa asks us to koep stand ing for a length of timo a condensed statement of tho Otis "...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

Ovt r Uiri'a hundred children havo been rx-pcll.-d from the public, schools of Chicago on n!i'nuit of their ragged clothes ami illrty appear and. Kvon tho crumbs that fall from tho rich men's tables are bring denied tho poor man hiiI h!ehlldren.-Mr. Overproduction of clothing accounts for it. Tits Artful Dodgor. U. H. StAtistician Dodgo dodges tho real cause of hard times. His claim of over-production is a larno (ex planation in tho faco of the fact thut countloes thousands aro undersup pliod with tho necessaries of lifo. Farmen Making Assignments. Lancamtkh, I'a., April 3. -Tim failure of three supposed wealthy timiw.rn of this county was finnouu t Unlay, iih follows; Hcnjamln L. (Jam. her, of Manor township, liabilities f:il),XH), assets 17,000, Jacob If. Hosteller, of Manor, liabilities IIJjOO, assets J'J7,0(X. lanlel E. 1'crfor, of JCast JJcinpfh'Iit, liabilities i:UJ,WM, assets about tho same. Overproduction unquestionably. We have received from Frank H. Betton, Commissioner of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

9 on by Mr. Thurston, whilo anti-trust oratory will bo tho Ingnlls upwillo. Ah to freo coinago and anti-trust legislation, thoy aro of course good ah far an they go. They aro in tho right direction, but it cannot Ui too frequently or too forcibly snid, that neither cover tho difficulty. Freo coinago alono will not got tho money into circulation, and anti trust legislation will provo a broken reed if it is leaned upon an ft solo sup IX) rt. In it not already well known that whatever is dependent upon litiga tion, is uncertain? What chance for prompt settlement, or swift justice have individuals against corporations nnd combines, no matter how tho laws stand, tho delays and obstruc tions can wear out and bankrupt tho most persistent soeker after justice, if ho bo ioor. Farmers, put not your trust in mero oratory. Bather demand such adjustment and such legislation as will enablo you to keep your grain out of tho clutchos of tho grain gam bler. Alliancos send in your petitions to congre...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

Continued from jutgi 3.) , The elation of permanent ofllcers Jng the next thlntf In order, Uio roll wim culled, showing a full representa tion to ha present. On motion it wan decided to voto by ballot. For president eight names -wro put in nomination, resulting In tho elec tion of 11 Phuho, of Plainvlllo, on tho fifth ballot. On motion tho ruled were suspended ami J. J. drictol wan elected vice-president by acclamation. For secretary live names wero put In nomination, resulting in tho election of Karn Bartholomew, of Iloclqiort, on tho fourth ballot. Five nominations wore made for treas urer, resulting In tho choice of W. E. Houston, of Woodston, on tho Bocond ballot. Tho rules wero then suspended and the following officers wero elected by acela jnivtion; Chaplain A. 0. (Jillilan,of Woodaton. Lecturer, J. T. Locke, of Mt. Vernon. Assistant lecturer, W. U. Turner, of 11 roen field. Door-keeper, Jan. Dougherty, of Corn ing. Assistant doorkeeper, ThoH. UeynoldH, of llohart. Steward, H....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

II ALLIANCE RES0LUTIQN3. Ths Frmar' Alliance of Reading, Lyon Count, Meet and Adopt a Series of resolution Expressive of their Sent! mcnti on Varl out Economic Questions Tho alliance nt Rending, in this county at a meeting recently held, adopted tho following net of resolutions, and make known tho following wishes In u dour and unmistakable manner: Wiikiieas, Tho financial policy of thin government hart boon Buch that tho cir culating medium lias contracted to Buch extent that It ia insufficient to meet the business demands of tho country, causing a depreiiHlon of agricultural Industry and placing wealth producers at the mercy of tho money power; therefore JfifHolrcJ, First, That wo demand the abolition of the national bunking system: that no person or corporation bo allowed to coin, print or Issuo any money or cir dilating medium, but that the govern merit furnish its people with a safo and convenient medium of eichango of unl form raoney valuo that ubn.ll bo legal tender for all d...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

rrr-ZU ADVOOATE. (Continued fron pvge 6.) ; !.,.,v,vii all others to every laWlng wan, i mli end child. Hut question ia the money supply of tlo country; and every paid vafmiu 13 In. f.rjvtrd to keep th.it queutlon from before tJ.i3 people in order to preserve the power ff the moneyed oligarchy over the pco ys whoso very life blood U being drawn by Uipwo human, or Inhuman, vampires. Tai-alcl tlio t;irU! rout until we have nore leisure and are In better humor to iVjiouuri (or cuss) It. liut now for the application. After f jxIejx about and clearly Justifying what 1 1 ,(3 than two years ago waa the ruinous doctrine of f roo trade, and having satisfied Li leant, himself, that he had completely burred the way to any exit to the Demo cratlo tamp from the fumoua 82,000 Re- publlean majority, turns himself, con eclous of his strength, to depose of tho young but threatening organization of tla Farmers Alliance, and as usual starts out by denouncing the Allianco conven tion as being composod ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

Tim A.-DVOOiVTXT- 13 I t 03. Warantcd Shoo, "" Tcpoka, Kan.. conui:sroNDENCK. Danvim.k, KanHim, April Mh, lHD0.t Knnoit Advocate; D.'nr Sir: -ChikaxkU Alliance No. 703 adopted tho "nub treaHury" LIU unani nioimly. Fraternally Yours, (3. II. IIkckku, Secretary. No. of incmUiru f0. St. Marys, Kaiwart, April 1, 18'JO. Kditou Advocatk. At a regular moot lug of tho CroHH Creek Alliance, of Jack on County Kamji-n, tho following resolu tion was adopted: Jli'Holred, That wo do not give any growing crop to tho townwhlp trustee. Ily order of the Secretary, D. W. CUNNINGHAM. McLouth, Kaunas, April 1, 1800. IIkOTIIKH McLaM.IN. At tho regular meeting of Round CJrovo Union No. 428, on Saturday, March 2i)th, a resolution was pnnsed that wo urgo upon our representatives in con gress that II. 11. No. 7152, relating to a ByBtem of Bub-trcaaurloa and other pur pones become a law. Signed, 0. M. Woodhkad. Secretary. Ukvicrly, April 2, 1890. 8. McLamjn, Dear Kir: -By ordor of Twelve Mile F. A. ond I. U. ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

14 TXOT ADVOOATR -uLUun, If. II. Markam, Constant, Li'.MM.-ui, ehowios:, First, the membership f yotir buI) alliances. Second, the uum b r actually present when vote la taken. Thtrd, tho number of votes In favor, j'urth, Uio number of votes against. A bill hu been introduced into Con t'Tinui for tho purpose of malting it a law. Le t us Inform our Legislators definitely rc.'.nrdinjj; our wishes In this mattor. Bo lu'ving thin to bo a mutter of great and prcwlng Importance, I urge speedy and vI?;oroua action without undue haute. ThoH who feel competent to enlighten u;i on this matter, will please to do 10 through tho paperu friendly to our cause. Hoping to get an accurate expression of tho wish of tho brotherhood on this subject, after a fair discussion of the same, I remain Fraternally yours,. A. E. DlCKINSO.f, Leet. F. and L. A., Merlden, Kan., 3Iar.4,'00. OFFICIAL. All petitions' or momorials to tho United States CongrcHa from Alliances and Unions Hhouhl bo mailed diroot to our Nat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

TI-IS ADVOOATI1 15 banta l-'K noun:. TO TDK A TTME TA In KlTect on and after September Wi:.ST Itoi'NO. Arrive tnxna. San Frauviscu Kxprchs. Arkansas City A Texas KxpreHH, Mexico t Sun Diego Express, Denver A Utah Express Topeka Express, TOI'KXA il.Wplu ll.M)pm 12.05 n. IM p rn 7.:) i m EAST-ROUND. II L II. i iw:. Leavo TOI'KK A Atlantic KxprwH New York Express..., Chicago Exprens Kansas City Express.. 4M it in 2. X) ) in 3. X) p in 12.0fam 12.05 a in 12.:Wpm 2.1X) p in n.OTiam 2.20 pm .'1.20 pin 7.00 am DeTWEE! Toi'EKA, Alt' UlriON AT. JOHK11I. San Francisco Ex prima A. Topokn, 11..T0 p m Col. A San Diego Exp. " 12.05 noon Express Leave Topeka,. . 4.M a m Express " ' .'UOpm Special Notice From Head Quarters of the Exchange. Toveka, Kansas, March ."0, 18!K). AU orders from Sub-Alliance Trtmtce Stock holder, Sub-Allianco Secretaries and private individual!) muht be accompanied by ciikIi to the full Amount of the order. Thin muHt be done an the business of thid ottlee has ho incremiud ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 April 1890

A SQUARE MEAL. A fU-r trav Y.ii'j ncverfll hours nt a high rnfo at t pood, it in n jxihiUvo comfort to stop at ! M.f tLo Mnnta Fe Kouto diniziiT stations iv. il c KniwfiH City, gut out of the car, take n t a w brisk turns up and down the platform, then to Ixittt J and eat one of Fred Harvey' meali. Acuol shady room, well trdned an J H)tD waiters, and a table con t.iinbtf nil tlid delicacies of the season, per fiX'tly cooked and served. Experienced travelers know that the Santa Fe trademark cu thoir ticket moans a chanco to eat one of Fred Harvey' square inonln. Goo. T. Nicholson, 0. T. t T. A., A. T. A S. P. It. It., Toeka, Kansas. PATENTS. TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS and all other mutter in relation thereto promptly aMondod to by James (J. Youuir, attorney at law, Rotary publio and patent solicitor, room 02, W uud (14 Hall tuildintf. Has an awfoointion attorney in Washington. If you (.;ot tind tdoswhero. call and Hue how easy it in to nut a patent when you start right, l'rioe lor paton...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

; III It ttfc VOL.1. N0.3t. TOPEKA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AT JUL 111, 190. 1(5 PAGES. Tho Stanford Plan. To This Advocate: We havo taken Bomo pains, looking over tho various plans suggested in tho past few weeks, to relievo tho present suffering "inconvenient multitude" (no called by tho New York Herald) In thla financial dearth through which they are passing. Tho ono offered by Senator Htanford of California, Beems to mo to bo one that would bo of more good to tho producing clans, than any offered, and as to tho government's inability to comply, I see no dilllculty In tho way. If tho government Issue treasury notes to pay the mortgngo Indebtedness, and declare them to bo a legal tender in payment of all debts, it would not bo trauscending tho constitutional authority granted. It would seem also, that it waa in manner placing tho government in debt for tho reason that tho realty was at tho com mand of tho government, to mako duo roturns of tho money thua paid out at the end of tho twen...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

It trATOn If J CALLS A POLITICAL EXOTIO? C jould ha not Become Acquainted With tSjfl Thin People of Kansas? Ife Phyd rls4 to Them In 1839, ontho Exemption of Homesteads. J.i 1881 h Mjtfo a Faulty Record of the Senatorial Election. In 1802, ts Senator, he Found no Fault Willi Kansas State Officers Who were Impeached for an Improper Sale of Stats Condi. I So made an Unjustiflablo Party Bolt. r John Jamou Ingalla, whori elected to tho Unitcil States Senato on tho twolftti rnnlversary of tho Statehood of Kansas, Mhkh waa on January 2t), 1H7:J - had really no record to run upon. IIIu trl umph camo as a sequence to tho political downfall of hid predecessor, Samuel 0, Pomeroy, concerning whom, hidden and oven beliefs existed, that ho wan a liber &l llf!pci)cr of pntronngo ami ''boodle;" hence, whou tho package of if 7,000 was handed from Hon. Alexander M. York, , ifcnator representing the counties of Montgomery Vlson, to tlio Prosl- doritof tho Joint Convention of tho Leg Matura on tha...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

Tiro yvrvoojf.Ti3- ofllco notoriety witli your gubernatorial paw instead of leaving itto7e paws ()f lt'HH IlOtO. I am mrry that you hIiouM deny having naked an expression of preference for uomo ono to till tho phco on tho board, from tho convention representing 01 or ganized counties of Farmers' Alliances, thus placing Mr. McAdanm ami his friends In a false light. I am Horry that you should Hay "that if P. 11. Maxson was only a good and lud Republican it would ho all right, you would bo glad to appoint him." I am sorry that you Hhould, In order to find an excuse, charge hid honor, the mayor and tho council of Independ ence, with tho net of deliberate bribery and of voting $:i,100 to bribe 1 11. Max eon nnd secure tho location of tho bind ofllee at your place, when you A; wow let ter; when you know too that Secre tary Delano nnd Commissioner Drum mond, ami through them tho United States Government was involved in taking n bribo if Reynolds nnd my self were, for Drummond, represent in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 April 1890

TX-X33 ADVOOATH ' The Great Irrigation Scheme. H.ivrv Kis, Kantian, April fh, WW). Editor Advocate: I desire to draw llio attention of the people of south western Kansas enpeeially, nnd other dry regions generally, through tho columns of your excellent and much road journal, to the all Important subject of tenter, and I wish to impress upon their minds that thh In no vague chimera or hobby :-the creation of my own disordered brain -but a vital and momentous qiioHtirm which Id wii and hart been for Homo time agitat ing JJig minds of tho capitalists all over tho United States, and (J re at lbritain. How to Irrigate 1,000 miles Hjuaro of thin wcHtern land Ik one of the moHt Important factors tunc of the moHt gigantic financial schemes ever undertaken on thin earth, involving thousands (f millions of dollars and effecting perhaps one hundred mil lions of people. Home may say, what have wo to do with such stupendous affairs? I answer very much us wo aro placed In a very Important positio...

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