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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

A Ah T) ' ' n 3 . RED PROSPECTOR Vol. vi KBD RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, AOQDST 10, 1906- No 1 RIVER Go to-Siove's for bt" ii. i Alia contains mora than rne-halt of the total population of the ami. and Europe nearly one-fourth. The flnetit cotton la that, grown on the low sanity islands (jinx or. the coast of South Carolina and Georgia. Si .all farms are the rule m.fapan, and very foot of land is put to use. The Isr-raer who has more than ten aprss U rC tdored a monopolist. rrobably the youngest general In the wot.J Is a nephew of the late rnah of Persia, boy not yet 14 years old. H lolda the rank. of full, general in the f irsiaa anny. Ltt A WORKING'!. J for the student .nd the- w:.i ... , ft an authoritative wfcrerlcc be .0 schools, teachers, Xini'.x.,, bucisSSE j and professionr.1 mtn, tbetrj -, 0M j dook wnicn oacrs c t ' " . -v .-1-tages . the aotiJ v:.: 1 -. .' i' . ' i foTTnatio.11, and the esse , :iv fl r it is 1 1 i .in J P One's admiratkm 2,- Uc' ' . i Intern...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Kind and Muscle. In all feats ot iklll the Influence of the mind Is most Important. To per form In thoroughly good style any difficult feat of skill It la absolutely necessRry that the mind must be free from fear, anxiety or nervousness. I knew once, years ago, writes Dr. W. R. C. Latson, In Outing, a man who hud been a bull fighter in Spain. Dur ing one cf his glowing accounts of the sport I expressed my surprise that he should have left the life. His re ply was: "One day I was about to enter the ring, and I had a Utt)3 creepy feeling of fear. Thon I stopped for good. The man who feels fear Is sure to be killed." And It is equally true that the man who fears Is heavllv handicapped, no matter what the contest may be. Anxiety and nervousness are closely akin to fear; and both are so powerful in their cCect as to render It almost lmpossl ble for one to perform perfectly any difficult or delicate feat of skill. The man who Is afraid or anxiou...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Salaries of State Official. . During this session of congress, a. In many previous sessions, the expe diency has been considered of raising the salaries of the higher officers of the national government and of the diplomatic and consular service. It Is coming more and more to be recog nized aB a fact, says Youth's Com panion, that the richest nation in the, world, occupying a country in which, the highest business salaries in t he), world are cheerfully paid, is neverthe-j less a niggardly paymaster of Its high est officers. For a large share. Indeed for most, of the minor positions In the, government service the payment Is, adequate. The earnings of the clerks In Washington and of most of the men, on the civil service lists compare fa-,' vorably with those of men doing slm-; liar work for private employes. But! for the president, vice president, mem-1 bers of the cabinet and of the supreme court, the circuit court judges, am bassadors and...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

Prize Design for the Carnegie Palace m assess i rmmm a ssa w ms s a L u i wLflwB i. The Hague peace palace for which Andrew Carnegie has given the money, is to be one of the most . imposing structures of the world. The competition for the architectural design was open to the world, and architects from all the nations of Europe and America submitted plans. The winner of the competition was M. L. M. Cordonnier, of Lille, France. Plan to Join Two Great Lakes project to connect bodies of Michigan and superior. Bill Authorizing Waterway Intro duced in Recent Congress Cost Es timated at 940,000,000 Would Take Six Tears to Build. St. Ignace, Mich. What has been looked upon more or less as a wild dream of a ship canal by the people of northern Michigan may yet become a reality if the views of Lawrence E. O'Mara, once of Sault Ste. Marie but now of Chicago, are to be taken as correct. His scheme is for the con struction of a ship canal between Lakes Michigan and Superior following a route a ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

Curing a Pampered Pat. Another cleyer veterinary had a iyev tain all hie own. When ho received an overfed toy dog he would consign him to a disused brick oven with a crust of bread, an onion and an old boot. When the dog began to gnaw the bread, the anxious mistress was informed that her darling was "doing nicely." When It commenced operations on the onion word was sent (hat the pet was "de cidedly better;" but when the animal taqkled the boot, my lady waa gratified to hear that her precious pet was "ready to be removed." Woman's Home Companion for July. What the surgeons make on the Fourth of July the insurance compa nies lose. ASIA ClftARS. Will not mnkp yon norvonp. Auk vour neuter or The H. Hymen ClKiir Co.. B10 17th Hlieet, Dearer. Time ages the whisky, and whisky ages the man. Denver Directory A $40 Saddle for $28 c.o.d. For a Phort time only we offer this saddle, "leel horn, douMs Hnrhpp., wool-lined 28 lneh .kiii--. in. h stirrup leathern, steel , leather - covered stir rups...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 16 August 1906

tn.iJ toerj- 7AwrWiy at Jted tiiv , Too Oownty, New Mexico. eMWMONT C. STEVENS. HoRr.roiTKR Entered an Seoond'Claiii Matter itt the ftsd River, New Mexico, Postofflce. rates of h u bscr r pttg n Weekly, pr year. . . . .. ti.W Weekly., sis montlm. 76 Weekly, three month. 40 LOCALS. Pat Gallairher who' is- worlcVnii fet the IndepndVne, was in town Sunday. J- F. CarrinKton is now the new foplmAi-r ar EW.Hbethtown. hav ing taken charg Tuesday. T. A. ana John Melso lefi Sit nrdsy tor ShIMh. Colorado with 4be Gardutr and Luoaa nssav --' 151. Ia F. Ham hie rv 'of (fiesta, wss in low a dsy or two this we4: looking after his mercantile inter est at. (his pince. Mrs. Fred MeUou, Miss I.iiih Welhon, Mrs. B. F. Eiverbiiirht rnl Mm. E. Stull wer Tu.sdiiy the tfnstg of Mrs. George Malletie of thn Bob Cat rauch. A party of sightseers visited Twirjirf; lat-t week and got. 'caught in the rain, and (if, 'lit the tiight at that place. It Wl Ml experieuei ! ibey will not fin forfcWt but yet j W c!aij i...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 August 1906

I IVER PROSPE( "3EC: HI.YGR, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THDR3DAY, A fJG I7ST 30, 1908. R Uo M Steve's for stuti n ut-1 y Asia coin hi in more than one-half of tho lolal population of the earth, and JEurope-pearl) hub totirth. 1 he finest cotton la that grown on the low sandy islaiula lying on the coaata of mth Carolina and Georgia. iy-nall farms are the rule in Japan, and very fool of land n put to uue. The farmer who has lyre than ten acre U considered a monopolist. Probably the youngest general In the World is a nephew of Urn late snah of Persia, a buy not yet 14 years old. Ha holds the rank of full general In th jjjrslaii army. AS A WORKING TOOL for the student RD0 ttw w.iter, an Authoritative- rc&rtnot book fci schools, teachorf , f ..r.-.flies, buailW' axid professiond men, lb era is on; 3 book whicl. offers cupoi-'cr V tages in the slil vane " its ;a-J formation, and the case with wl it is obtained. One's admiration for Websti 'International Dictionary incror I daily as it c...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 August 1906

FOOD AND DRINK IN SUMMER. WORK AND WORRY COMPARED. THIEVING 8QUIRREL DRIVEN OFF rot "iral ae of them. 'of rural fy flowing "they come? life attracts a larger field for 'of their ambitions Ferhaps motives less ly of these Impel still tlusion in "the wilder- The best and the Cedly come. As a result pnse growth of the cities, of governing them prop- 5f making them beautiful and ve Is steadily increasing In lm- hce. It has come to be true that the biggest questions In government are local. Generous to American Farmers. Secretary Wilson says it would re quire an investment of $550,000,000 at two per cent, to produce revenues pnough to run the department of agri rulture for one year. This is an illus tration, he said, of what is being done for the farmer. The Income of the de partment Is a little more than $11. 000,000 a year, and when the new meat Inspection law, the work of extermi nating the cattle fever tick and the gypsy and brown-tailed moth and the investigation of dry land farming...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 August 1906

BIG NEW SHOE BUILDINQ. It la Dedicated by the W. L. Douglaa Co. at Brockton. The dedication a short time ago of the new administration and jobbing house building erected by the W. L. Douglas Shoe Co. as a part of Its mam moth manufacturing plant at Monteilo was marked by the thoroughness and attention to detail characteristic of the firm In all Ub undertakings. The dedicatory program Included open house from 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. with concert by the Mace Oay orches tra and the presence of a Boston caterer to attend to the wishes of all. The building itself afforded a feast for the eye, especially the offices, which are marvels in many ways. Fifteen thousand invitations were sent out, Including over 11,000 to the re tall dealers in the United States who handle the W. L. Douglas Co. shoes, the others going to shoe manufactur ers and all allied industries in Brock ton and vicinity. Mr. Douglas will be glad to have anybody who is interest ed call and Inspect the new plant, and says "the l...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 August 1906

er pre tt r, Vol. VII. !.( Atr Ihurmtay Of Mi Awe,. o f mmu.v, iVeui Mexico. " MOtONT C. STKVEN8. Publisher ItArrt m ejorut-Cliia Matter nt tin V' Rlwr, Ne v Mexico, Poatoffice. 1 vVe"ty per year tl.fiO WW-ldy-, ix month ,76" Weklv. three month 40 IlOCALS. Fr',"lM Mfvit Red 9l If Store, on $Htnrdft.y. Biv. TA hen ifr.V.linh.i.btn.n -11 .J to Miner Atta and get a" Mm M ..Tk,w,. V,.k. i- an 1 Mr Janes VwMta is u Ti. getletfn from BtVrldir, 'JoiH'to,. were in camp tin first I jfTtiw. Te4l looiriuk; for uwoiny. gpoptltyv. j tTKc'v Tank wbo was the aH4fiiy Mt. si the ltx)ipeudeioe, left foH Sslironria laet week, where be h.s- an lhifortsnt position with admire im puny Mrs..B. T. Ergentbright left ?ms('fv. for a v'sir with Iter moth 1 i-'iarkville, Colorado. Sl. lth viii othei plnca 0c' pototf twfor' vetnrnitig. .' Weight and farr.ilv I j:. c.izmiei ihow u COM wees ' ptirpcMW of' s"nding tlte ir to School. Thev !:'in iveti iij Taos county the pat ninti Uhten yei::-s atd wjll be tuished.. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 September 1906

RIVER PROSPECTOR. rV,n. VI 0 RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER (J, 190fi. No 4 fir Stationery . . , i c morn than one-half ui t,tV total population of the earth, am: larotfe Marl) ass fanrtS The llnijst lajtKin B that Rruwn un .the ... nui.il jaHinlt.tiiK.,i die coasts f South Carolina and Oforstla. Small tar ins .are .lie iiiic iii Japan, am; avor Wot (if In lift ifc.JMU lu use. '1 In fan. bt who ha.-. a.Oe Wuui ten acres u eoiiMii -'i-i il a inijulist. ProLuhiy t-Ue JOViOSaai Kcspral In ttu world is u I.- : 'j. "i thj lau- shah i Persia, a DO) noi v 14 vmrs old. rtu holds id.- rank of full geueral in the Persian army. AS A WORKING TOOL for the student and the writer, u.; an authoritative reference book fori schools, teachers, families, buainors and professional men. there is one book which offers superior advun- 111 ouiiu value vi 1L9 '-'"M formation, and the ease into Which I it is obtained. One's admiration for Webstcr'r International Dictionary increase E daily...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 September 1906

i 4 Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. The Fight Against Consumption. Great comfort Is to be derived from the census figures relative to the mor tality rates for the last few years. H appears from these statistics that tu berculosis is causing a markedly smaller percentage of deaths at i i - n in formerly. Indicating a certain tlo- ' glee of success in the fight against the 'teat white plaugue" which is being "ed in all parts of this country. t statistics unfortunately cover only ?f the slates and 334 cltle. owing lack of organized systems of ling and reporting in all pans of the United Slates. These states are Connecticut. Indiana, Maine, Massa chusetts, Michigan, New Hampshlie. New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Ver mont, and these, together with the cities In other states which carefully preserve death records constitute a population of 34,OOO.T00. or two-flftln of that of the United States. Accord ing to the returns from these sources the latest calculable rate of mortal ity...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 September 1906

I?fthlng Succeeds Like "EGO-O-SEE." The man who preaches therx-st ser mon; the man who tells the funniest stories; the man who keeps, the best store; or the man who make the best goods soon finds that people; come to him. Merit Is the best advertisement in the world. People speak well of things they know are good. iThey pass the good word along. The best breakfast food js EGG-O-SEE, for It contains all the life-giving properties of nature's best fiod, which is wheat. EGO-O-SEE Is deeply In ebt to the thousands of wives and mothers who use It In their hornet., for these good women tell their neighbors about this great food. Children and aged persons alike are friends of EQG-O-SEE. Merit and common seneare the things that advertise EGG-O-SEE most. EGG-O-SEE Is cheap. A 10 cent package contains fen liberal breakfasts. EGG-O-SEE is sold every where. Grocers must keep it If they want to keep their good customers, for good customers Insist on buying EGG-O-SEE. The fact that no preparation...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 September 1906

if erf lrer Prospector, Ho 4. Vol. VII. 6'loiW Arwry Thvrtday at Red tiibOt. County. NW Mexico. JO' MONT O. HTKVENR. PUBLISHKR. Bnterod as Second-Clam Matter at the Sad River. Nfw Mexlw, Poatofltce. K M I OK BUBSCBIPTFON. Weekly, prf, yer fl.BO Weekly, nix months HWklv, tbtm months 40 IOC A I, S. Ralph Dntcher was a visitor in Bliaahethlown last week. Reports from, aroond QneHta SWiente t xtnt fine crops this year. Clmiloc Cleland is spending the eek at Qnta with JwB. Young. E. P: Weslohy maile a bneineas ip lo Toaa the first, of the week. . Jt- ... Miss Maud Cannon is spending e week at, Elizabetbtown visiting fiends. ' S. W Thompson and W. W. CttwlV are now freighting from Jatou to Taos. The finest English ralnnts ever iroimht'to Red River can be fouud : Sieve's Tlie MLt-rprising firm, ofH. J. Uatw A Co.. places a new advertise-jen;f)B-H:H paper lhi,week. Charin Riink and A D. Lu.se fainted rjiindfty from Ft. Garland irtit re tltt y hud gone to take pass- AVhen in BWabthWO, call a...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vii RED RIVER, TAGS COIIN'TY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, NOVEMBER .9 lWb I"o 17- THBNJ1W STORE R. V NN Prop. Stap'e : c! rency Groceries Fresft end Salt Meats u Mitt Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies antff v CALL AN!S' ,; VT Bend - G i orf - McCarthy C - mpany. LL.! 'CARTERS FOR- UroGefe, ! f g, Boots and Shoes SaHning Impl neMs and Miners Supplies iHawCs m and Furniture, BOND 6USDBRF Tat?, .' cw :0 BE GIVEN AWAY IxrU will tM .unite.) arnolrStei: bi.Hai.'Uu',)' F.tnb- 'Idtrr Oi 1 stain i?d on 70ml ma 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 ,: . 1 . consists Wt ufth ft rjtoilict Btitnis (oi saUomuit, 1 , JZ Antun.ii Leftvesmid ;it uhinmentXou. JV.i'Mii -.111- 1 jutt-tuiaa. ch ' . - inf.k '..liar; I'Cjavt? iU-.iMfM Ji; me NEW Woman's Matinc la, without exrei lion, Hie finest 60--.em matfti iloe fid '!lhed. lb is an audiOTt: uti all fttattcft jiert.'.iafiv u diets, ami I4.fn1r11.ti'- ! 'j. -i anl 11. r i-m i! .! 1.1... t I .found here in the i ia-'aair' world, if ytut nrrtt, un v.ell iio...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The Family Pew. Sonic of 1 ho most vivid of ths on" (Ions which thronged upon tho bud; mer pilgrim to the old home we:v those which awaited him In the fam !lly pew of the old meeting house. As he took his scat there, and heard the familiar note of the organ and the clear, thin voices of the choir, th: years melted away, the faces changed, the new carpet faded Into tho well-re-memlicred colors of 50 years ago and he was In truth a child again. Ills thought went back to the time whei he was allowed to Bit on the footstool as a concession to his short. restles3 legs. He tasted again the luscious raiBin which found Its way from grandmother's pocket to his mouth, and sniffed the pungent southernwood of the Sunday nosegay In a neighbor's sllk-mltted hand. It was in that pew that he first realized to the full the dignity of trousers. It was there that he was proudly conBclous of the ap proving glances of his friends on his first college vacation,...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

HI 7 FIGHTING FAMILIES EVEN TO THE THIRD AND FOURTH GENERATION Nearly all the prople of the army an navy have history back of them. Their own sons are representatives of their distinguished sires passing through adolescence to the same rank and equal or higher honors. Some times, In fact most times, they miss It. But enough of them attain rank anl place to hold their families In distinctive position, and we have pre sented to our social life two phases of persistently recruited aristocracy the army and the navy. It Is quite reasonable that admirals should beget captains and that gener als should be the stem upon which colonels and majors grow; but In our American service they bud perenni ally. Not Infrequently they give new luster to the family tree, more often they do not, and like limbs of a great oak whose stock is established, thy are only branches whose source of existence Is the splendid trunk that holds them up. The civil war broke up many lines tht had been previously mainta...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Whre to Begin Reform. The temperate temperance man. the reformed reformer, the healed physi cian, are not easy to find, even among the great ones of earth. Hence It be hooves you and me. explorers In the cosmic bughouse, to go slow along the reform pike. Think how long Oeorgo Washington practiced before IAN was able to conquer the habit of drumming with his Angers on the dining room table. We can still read In his com monplace book all the rules he laid down for reforming himself. Yet he never got over the Impulse to rip out a swear word, and sometimes let her rip. So, It Is not surprising that when the revolution came and he was chosen to lead the fight. In other words, when he was on his way and did not know where he was going, he shucked a tear or two. There were hundreds of reformers in the vicinity who would have taken the job with a merry ha! ha! Rut George, knowing how difficult it was to reform himself, viewed not with a light hear...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

D Try Some Frozen Coffee. Frozen coffee makes a desirable change when fruit creams and water Ices nrr no longer a novelty. Qrlml very fine a quarter pound of freshly roasted coffee; put It In a cheesecloth bag. and then In a porcelain farlns bolter; pour on It a quart of boiling water taken at Its first boll. The water should be freshiy drawn. Cover and let It stand away from the firs (or five minutes. Romove the bag of coffee and add half a pound of granulated sugar. Dissolve this by stirring and strain through a fine cloth. When cold add the unbeaten white of one egg. Turn Into the freezer anS freeze, turning slowly until the whole mass Is frozen like soft mush or wet snow. 8erve In frappe glasses or lemonade cups. If preferred, add cream In the quan tity you do for coffee you intend to drink, just as you are going to put It In the freezer. Black Hats for Winter. If the hat prophets of Paris are to be believed, the winter fad will be the all black hat They say this fashion will ex...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 29 November 1906

B Prospector, Voly Vol. VII. ' vrtrlay at Med 'v. New Mxioo. KB1 LtONT ' STEVENS. Em.'p"! r fWf""-Ctasii Mnttor at she Pt i'lver. r.; Mrytoo, T'ortoffice. RATES OP" HOJi .KIPTION. Tljlyyrfr ypHr. .. $1.50 tTv..ly, 1x tii'in'.lis 75 C"'1y, Hiw months 40 He tlwltfui Go lo Sreve a for Stationery. I. Hedj B li tt it lioise the past fee InyB Tl( - t'ht i lit! t. tieinted and teis'a eantifu! iilnv T. . Oannorn and J. L, Bisjlow euit. T. OB 'In- ntpek. E O I) -1 L 1 1 iad i ) i lii lph vVit.f1 (Sizabtti.iown yesterday. ttt ma le a businaas . .. Garland, Colorado this Do ' it forget, the Grand Mbb-te!-i'.( I5nll at Elisabethtown to T. trite Tim finest BiifcihaU valnuU ever 1 rottgbt to Ked Bivormn he found kt SievrV. The lre iif.v S.mtn Fe bridtje Ibat Mpans I In I 'ininrron river at flMinftrr i coinpi-.tid Andy Mansun with the help oi jE'.i Price, i8 working 011 the Carrv ikWll .uiiiint clafms rtp Pioneer. Br, and Mrn H J. Lace nd Mrs 1. A. Snow will attend the Mas. jnerflde liall nt Eliza...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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