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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

F i la p f j t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 OL V NO 10 SPANISH VIj ISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 2 w 110 at Entered Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah na secondclass Act of Conercaj matter March Post H olttco 1BT > Q OPE P IS OUR EST CUSTOMER s Twothirds of Our Ex m rts and Supplies Half the Imports yir be Takes More < Than a Billion JI liars Worth of the Exports om the United States While II Other Ports of the World Take Less Than Half a Billion sliington Europo takes two of the exports of the United and supplies practically one of the Imports This statement jiarlzes In a single sentence the al facts which have been de ed by a series of discussions ot rade of the United States with kC ountrlos of Europe recently pro d by tho department of com and labor through Its bureau O atlfitlcs These discussions have ek a nted an analysis of the trade each country of Europe by prln articles and when summarize i that Europe takes moro than t lion dollars worth of the ex from the United States while...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

< I 1 < t t I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 ANDREW JENII N FablUhtr y SPANISH FORK UTAH II UTAH STATE NEWS II The nnllclgaretto ordinance has been passed by lie Provo City council There are now three families undo quarantine for smallpox at Spring vlllo Tho Silver King mine nt Park City baa paid 10220000 In dividends up to date A movement has been Inaugurated in Provo looking to the suppression of the slot machines It is estimated that tho windstorm In Salt Lake last week caused G000 damage to property After working two years on tho j matter Sandy Is to have electric lights in her streets and houses Work has begun on tho fair buildings at Provo and great preparations nro to bo made for tho Utah County fair this year The homo of the Commercial l club at American Fork Is being fitted up in elegant style and will bo ready for oc cupancy in a few days During tho storm nt Enterprise last weok four or five families were forced + to flee from their homes and the residence 4 dence of John ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

H AFITm ff IlOUSIANA BY MARY BEVEREUX J WITH ILLUSTPATIOiNS BT DON C WILSON yoYn Af fS 03 ly Gykdzn aMtCc > 1 Pny 6V Pj I ItI < nfd CHAPTER VII c weeks later and a sullen had fallen over Toulon Jean III weak and emaciated from III rom Grelolro the boy had and with outspoken tndlgna If General Bonapartes depar ortly after his own arrival at veal which had been turned hospital went away and left me Jean ed angrily the color suffusing fecks heft me when I was not speak to him ift a letter with Pcrc Iluot and well message which the good I will doubtless glvo you when I fit in why should not Pere hoot old mo so before demanded half rising from his seat beside iy mon ami sit still said Gre 1 calmly Do not get excited shall regret telling you any about the affair Wo havo to ber that you havo been very tenderness showed In his tone gently touched the thin hand on the coverlet In the afternoon of this same ere Huot sitting with Jean In ters room had been informing what had transpired s...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

IV I t Desirable Ignorance Jim Peebles Is n foolish cuss ho dont know nuthln much f f 11 He dont know whore tho Poles hang out I II nor where nbldo the Dutch He scarcely knows enough to get unhurt neo t tho street An when a foller has him down ho dont know when lies beat lie eels slainnitd back nt every turn hll has tin notion luck An lets hard wnso than any man that I hire ever struck Hut iRnninncp It tillw with Jim unhln dried liy defeat Hes bound to get along hcrauso he dont iTT know when hon beat I f f I Philadelphia Bulktit I r Q e Q ° o o D o 0 BY C4QOZINV Copyiight 1000 by Dally Story Pub Co land made his last change of cars and boarded the single passenger coach on tho absurd little train It was a branch road running out Into the country a road managed by a few rustic officials who ran their trains with a fine disregard of sched ule and would gladly slow down to exchange Items of local gossip with a farmer at a crossing It was nevertheless tho home road and Hand had not como...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

I TWKEF A OF NOT CITY en Charged With Murder of Steunenberg Arraigned at Caldwell te of Trial Fixed for May 15 and I srlsoners Removed to Separate JailUnited States District Court Quashes Writ of Habeas Corpus olse Ida Charles II Moyer Will mi D Haywood and George A Pot bone charged with tho murder of nncr Governor Frank Steunonberg eadcd not guilty when arraigned be JTO District Judge Frank Smith at ildwcll on Tuesday The cases were Intlnued over the term nnd the date their trial was Indefinitely fixed at lout May 1 15 When the cases were called Judge jiilth overruled the demurrer to the dlctmcnts and denied the application admit the prisoners to ball Judge jiilth stated that In holding the In ictment to be good ho had followed lo rulings of tho California supreme fcurt The constitutions and criro Sal statutes of California and Idaho fre practically the same After the three prisoners had been frralgned another application to admit Jhem to ball was made and was fromptly denied 1 Jud...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

71r 4 I = Closed Doorj Jj The doom lire closed tho shutters bat tened light The curtnln drawn tho lamps soft flood of gold Around mo lies there Is no touch of cold No hint of the uproarious mood of night Tempest limy walk the earth and blind the light Of winters frosty stars unntireolcd I The moon may hide within the nicks dun fold I I ntn oblivious nil to mo Is bright Pot I bao rhosen guests nbnilt my board Chaucer who mined t > o deep In legends hoard Tho K ten Test of the Kllzabcthan tlnoim KrnlH nnd his commdcs from the lyric host To Poesy Ihls our silent toast As w together quaff tho wine of song Clinton Scollard In Metropolitan I Epist6REhoes I dAfl QJ Copyright 1006 by Dally Story Pub Co ITho New fling and the Old Love Dear ItIchardht the old days I I would halo written dearest but to day another man acqulietl Urst mort gage on that title by virtue of placing a diamond ring on a certain finger of what you once called the fairest hand In the world Why I should choose otla m...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

OSPITALS CROWDED JOlliTY OF PATIENTS WOMEN Plnkhama Advice Saves Many om this Sad and Costly Experience It is a sad but certain fact that l ovory year brings 0 n In crease in the i numbcrofopera toni performed Upon women In A CD our hospitals w Morothan three r k fourths of tho lMJ j A dams A patients lying on thoso snow Ito i beds are women and girls who awaiting or recovering from opera as made necessary by neglect Every ono of these patients had Icnty of warning in that bearing flown Icllng pain at the left or right of tho omen nervous exhaustion pain in o i small of tho back pelvic catarrh zzIness flatulency displacements or ejjulnrltics All of these symptoms j indlcallonn of nn unhealthy con Itlon of the female organs nnd if not eded the trouble may mnko head way bill the penalty has to bo paid by tv ngeroUS operation and lifetime of paired usefulness at best while in ay cases the results arc fatal Miss LuollnAdams of Seattle Wash Itcs ItcsMrs Mrs Pinkham About two years ago I ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 March 1906

f Ill f I www usMl rY THE SPANISH FORK PRESS twll31rT1 I Eiiia ANHUEW TKN3KN PpllLI3UiU BUIISCUIPTIPN Cnc year IW IAYAIHjK IN AnYANCIj ADVERTISING JtATKS Display Ads per Inch OHO month 8100 Local Headers ono UHUO I per line 10o M vrnY < nI LOCAL NfiWS nro nl NOTICE ways roc ma Mako tho articles Rhort as It Is Impossible to handle long articles If you havent jrot ttmo 10 t write call up phone 32 I r Local News = Today is the first day of spring School hats at 2Bc and up at Mrs Abbott Ernest Pack is treating his pa vilion to a well desorvnd coat of paint k The Irish party last Friday night was a dandy Sure and 1 you cant beat the Irish E J J Rowo returned from Will tor Quarters last Saturday ho will go farming this season Many of the friends and rela tives of Mrs Wellington Woodsr met to celebrate her D2nd birthday on March 21st j Lot us show you ladies a pair of J shoes or Oxfords that fit your feet nnd look snappy at th right price Y M Coop II i I Anderson the photographer will i...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

S n I tIn4 p y rT S 3 ea w 1 I 1 7R ak 2 a ar M L J 1 I1 r u THE k 1 > > r a j I ORK P ESS OL V NO 11 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 20 1900 Entered Feb 211002 aa secondclaw matter Post melee 7 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March b W7f h h UIW MW LW I wwwwLLUMM wwuuuuwuuwwuULUAW CITY DRUG STORE ONO U BANKS PrQP PURE ANDssssi f DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS nitflrITTnmftll unminnlnTrfnnlfnmmmTTTTinti mmT TnnwTmmTlfnl7 ats the matter ft 111 h IDAHO f thousands of acres of land have been reclaimed to cultivation by irrigation In that State during the past 10 years Thousands moro will bu reclaimed within tho next 10 years This moans an opening for many thousands of homes E You Nvr3noATED IDAHO It has been truthfully termed a nd of Opportunities and of Homes o Oregon Short Lluo Railroad Co be pleased to bend descriptive mat viinliiiR idubos resources Write 1 E Burley G P A or D S Spun A G P A Salt Lake City Utah RRY HUGHES PAINTER A PA...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

f t Yr THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JICN8KN FublUhtr SPANISH FORK UTAH r UTAH STATE NEWS I Tho linemen in tho employ of tho Bell Telephone company nt Provo nro tm n strike Surveyors have commenced work running lines of survey for electric t light poles through Davis county A Br Radllffe u Suit Iikc harbor who was found guilty of plying hH vocation without a license was line I f35 While tearing down n building in Bait Lake Hlnndmrd Gonlss was struck by falling timbers null serious ly injured i From Sprlngvlllc conics tin report that there lire five candidate h th field for the SprlngvllH postnns or ship left vacant by the deith of H Jl Dougall Tim Farlno nn Italian employed ht the Sacramento mine at Mercur fell r distance of thirty foot while nt were in tho mine sustaining Injuries whiuL may prove fatal Mrs J Johnson of Salt LiU + City was struck by a San Pedro train while attempting to cross the track receiv ing Injuries that resulted In the Icaj of her right limb t1 i Tho body of ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

AHTTB I LOUISIANA BY IjvfARY EEVEREUX WITH ILLUSTRATIONS By DON C WILSON t p b lifAo w 1 JCi C07fAJY C11 lligt RtJ < Y1fC 1 Avey CHAPTER VIII plain Stanley who had returned he ballroom wended his way gst tho dancers his progress 1m by some fair lady who greeted graciously often eagerly and d I him to pause for an Interchange ipld nothings Ho then visited he apartments open to guests Jhe was convinced that tho count kept his daughter at home for protection against further Inter I e with the handsome suitor ho rejected so sornfully that same noon English love Hko other love s at tho barrIers a I stubborn par pay seek to Interpose and Count zeneaus decision was not calcu to discourage so strongwilled a DS Captain Edward Stanley I acceded to his I i had sweethearts fes by going In proper form to feather and tho matter having nated as tho lovers had feared ng was left but an elopement for b in view of tho counts probable I all tho plans had been ar id vas shortly after midnight then m...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

I 1 J Jr r To ell her i 0 tnnlilon fnlr the world grow old O imiMcn air tho wind Mow cold O maiden nf mo jour linndx to hold rnlH never mind HIP weather Tim lIIIIOIIJh imiy lie I Kinint mid hare lv wr W Illit wiirmlli IK I In your rcdpold hair And In mir PVM tliorcn inlxclilrf there Lets lltu and IniiRli together Icfi lhi nod laugh together mold And + uillt llffK KIIVH nil iinafiiild Tliiuiwli cold llm wind liv wood and filnrle J No wintry rlirnnmtnmPl I fun lulu n chill hutnlxt us two 7 Lave miiliiK nil nlflrs rpi < m fnlr nod bile I I = Anil lini iiiiH noil luKPinmrii wltii tlw llMniitli IOXOH icrotnnnclMi1 O mnlit the snort ilrlflu high xmt wls 0 mold I hour tlin nnrth wind him O inn Id ultn inn your HIM to kln Lrls tang Iitrn up II1 wonther 1 VvV 1nJ V With love the I IrnvcH Unit nnt nlonu 1rl 1 1 1f Khnll wo wee lilnlo on wliiK of Hong In tIn 111111 life xlmll tilde nlonK 1111 I wo Iwnln ova together Jt 1 I on 1M l In Hoiixton Post jj Uu ° n o F R O a l i BY rob 7 cZ22 Y2 Co...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

pC TI Ji1G MEV Iff SNOWSLIDE I crtlth Is credited with having Uclives of twentyfive men at rLwin the spring l of 1898 at In Rpowalido8 Cantll el ILTof the great snowslldo on 111I0 It wH 10 rccnllc1 thnt trail 1 10 recalled that yea were killed 1 by the three men suffocating before them most of could reach them Smith ers trail several miles below the on Ho came up three quartors M tide the tragedy and found I after urvhors hour frantically trying to dig Ictlms out fie that stick said Smith ton me rep of flat lathllko piece n who had a 1 in his hand to Smith Lstick was turned over e whittled the end so 9 rfflmcllatclv I Insert It In his mouth he could lit cuuli nrmly with his back I grasp Then he thrust the stick In the and held the end In his mouth ani listening Ho repeated the Irently b alien at several points In the Finally he shouted lome Dig here quick At a depth of nine feet the took out three thec1 rescuers alive men unconscious abut Those three men recovered and were nil right...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

r y t A Vindication for Dr Pierce i Declslon by the Supreme Court of the State Against the Ladles Home Journal A verdict has been rendered In favor of the plaintiff In tho libel suit brought ngnlnul the ladles Homo Journal published by tho Curtis Pub lishing Co by tho Worlds Dis pensary Midlcal Ansoclatloil of which Dr It V Pierce Is president Tho suit van brought by Doctor Pierce ngalimt tin Curtis Publishing Co tor milking false statements about ono or his standard fnmlly medicines known as Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription In the May number of the LndlPB Homo Jomnnl 1004 Mr Ed ° Ward null Iho editor staled that Dr tierces Favorite Prescription con tained alcohol and some other harm ful liiKtedlentfl runt Dr Pierce had 1 In the notion alleged thnt tho defend ant maliciously published this nrtlclo I containing such mare nnd defamatory matter Dr Pierce further claimed that no nlcohol Is or ever was con l tained In bis Fnvorlte Prescription flat paid medicine was A vegetable preparat...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

I 1a a There is only One GenuineSyrUp Figs The Genuine is Manufactured by the T California Pig Syrup CK q P T u MM name of the company California The RK Syrup Co te > L fa printed on the front of every package of the senune = sata t 1 The Genuine Syrup of Figs is for Sale In OrIginal d Packages Only by Reliable Druggists Everywhere 1 Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita 4 + yR 1 tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliablee out Shy kit dealn The imitations are known to act v injuriously and should Yt4fvi rl therefore be declined Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects air It cleanses the system gently yet effectually dispels colds and headaches < + h F t a when bilious constipated prevents fevers and acts best on the j P kidneys liver stomach and bowels when a laxative remedy is needed W7 by men women or children Many millions know of its beneficial jJ I effects from actual use and of their own persona...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 March 1906

I I I F I = CANNING VAOTOttY OUltS Tlio factory will bo built on the Beck farm just south of town near I tho mill race Tho site was se lected liy I n committee of three who woro selected Tuesday by the stock holders they wore Senator Gard ner Morris Marloll nnd Ilubbard Tttltlo Work on the building will bo commenced at onco which with the machinery all complete v will cost 0700 Tho capacity of tho factory will bo 10000 cans in ten hours and will employ from 75 to 125 men women boys nnd girls about four months each year All tho stockholders nro local people i Parties desiring to contrnct for tomatoes cnn lenvo their names t with Ncphi Hanson nt Spanish Fork or It J 1 Nuttall ot Salem Either of those gentlemen can fur nish information rtnclimpuly torn nlo seeds Tho sect will bo fur nished free of cost If you cnnnot grow fivo acres try less try A or 1 > iicres bore is no crop that pays s better if n market can bo hill and that market is now assured for Spanish Fork and vicinity The ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 April 1906

0i 1ft rr + qx 1 i i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t t VOL V NO 12 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 5 1906 Enteral Fab f1 i HS as eonadaM matter Pat once at K uu UUIIIIJUUUII Spenla4 Fork Utah Act of Congress March > 4 ism asUM1 aui MUUMJUJlUitfiUuuiiyj UttUUac CITY DRUG STORE JNO U BANKS Prop PURE AND MM > e i DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED IV BXPBRIBNCBD PHARMACIST AA1fnmffmm1111TRrmnTrn1mTnT1mnPm1TimuTTr Mats the matter ith IDAHO S I Thousands of acres of land have beeu reclaimed to cultivation by Irrigation in that State during the past 10 yearn Thousands more will bu reclaimed within 1 the next 10 years This mans an openlug for many thousands of homes HAvJ You INVESTIGATED IDAHO It boa been truthfully termed a Land of Opportunities A Land of Homes The Oregon Short Line Railroad Co irlll be pleased to send descriptive mat ter regardlug Idahos resources Write i tol E Burley G PA or D S Spen cer A G P A Salt Lake City Utah HARRY HUGHES a FAINTER A PAPERHANGER Orders taken...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 April 1906

I THE SPANISH fORK PRESS ANDHUIT JFN8KN ruMUhor SPANISH FORK UTAH If VTAII STATE NEWS II A nor o fair Is to bo hold ut Provo April 16 It rumored Unit n starch factory Is to bo erected nt Gnrileld In the near future Tho Utah Beekeepers association will hold Its annual spring convention In Salt Lake City on April C Miss Gertrude ake I a stenographer committed suicIde In Salt hake taking s carbolic acid It Is believed she was infcanc Mrs Kfuo flinched died In Salt Lake City last week from smallpox she haw ing contracted the disease from bur son who has recovered Mrs John MoycB of Plain City had a narrow escape from death In a run away accident In Ogden She was painfully but not seriously wounded Tho Iron moulders of Salt Lake City havo gone out on a strike Seventy fivo Bklllcd mechanics and about 125 i helpers arc affected by tho proceed ing I Tho senate has confirmed the nom inations of F D Hobbs and D 11 Thompson as register and receiver respectively of the Salt Lake laud of y flee f...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 April 1906

A CURE lOR DEBILITY Pink Pilla A Rellablo Williams for the Wenk Ailing nemedY nnd Bloodlos body Is weak anti tho blood n the IK sometimes limonlt to lad time I1 lit Is illness has wasting pro uules n linppeialto eduor tho snfforor happens to bo a womanhood of loathe verge 011 14 R bscuro IlIlIuonces wmotWng un work p Etthfal III i ° 108 surroundings or impoverishment of Illll to n slow s I1End blood mid 1111 onfeobloment of tho When a serious stage lifts 010wl1y aaj ole rrnchell there serous to bo Jlothlllg u IIlCOUllt for It twill L I O K Lt of flptoll VT Vn II successful method of treat lid II foaud a fOil weakness ami bloodiness lIo I d N used Dr Williams Pink Pills for 1e tikuesscaused I by n linKmiiiK malarial ncllrsS begllll l11 tho H1riK of 1800 thllt udy erthntbegahi effect of this wore indues worbt q e 11111tln bad tiito of ny blood I was ode as the doctor wiy People he nllly llIultl say that I illilnt have la cnough IIr that I ltdiit have the kind o blood mime was too thin...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 April 1906

1 v I JOHN D ROCKEFELLERS WELLGUARDED HOME J u vu t Ie + r c q r r a S y F o sr 1 Jruxtt I J + 1 r i a 1 1 M t f r 4 f J L3t r t r 1 r t t rkl t 4r I rwunn9 t fyayy Y KOCjC LeJO V t Ot4v M IN Mpa L ajlAl ant uw i FOE WOMANS VANITY BIRDS AND BEASTS ARE TOR TURED AND KILLED Every Plume and Feather In Femi nine Headgear Cost the Life of One of Gods Creatures Christian Principle Involved Tills Is an age In which RS never In f any other women are coming bctoro a tho world as workers for reform They exhibit In an over Increasing de gree tho dlvlno unrest dissatisfac tion with wrong desire to right It But thoro IB ono form of wrong crueltywhich women are not con slstently trying to remedy I say not consistently Tho name woman who will Interfere on behalf of an over loaded or Illtreated horse and who would perhaps rescue a starving cat 1 or dog Is often to be seen with n flay ed allvo seals skin on her back and on her head tho plumage of slaughter ed birds To all appearances uncon scious of...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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