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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

13 1893. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. v 1 The Work of the State I Agricultural College. 9 By HON. C. B. HOFFflAN, 1 President of the Board of Regents K. 5. A. C. The Kansas State Agricultural College was organized under the land grant act of 18G2. according to which "the leading object "shall be, without excluding other scientiiie and classical studied, and, in cluding military tactics, to teach audi branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts, in such manner as the Legislatures of the States may respectively prescribe in or der to promote the liberal pursuits and professions in life." There are five sources of revenue by which the college Is maintained: 1. The endowment fund, derived from the sale of land granted by Congress for this purpose. This fund Is invested k. ;v '. ' VV., .; : 'Y ,-,V ,.' j i , ''.,'! j'':,' ... . -'' ' , : 'i " ' ' ; ' , "'' ' ' ,' . .. (:' ' '' ',' ' ' ; ( ' ' -. ' "L",. ' HON. C. B. HOFFMAN. chiefly In school bonds, and exceeds 150...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, ,14 APRIL 20, ABSTRACT OF Insurance Staiem&nts Provident Savings Assuranco Society, of New York. Risk written during year 1897, $25,172,804.00 Premiums received thereon 6M.TMt.Zl losses Incurred 1.305,139.00 Dividends paid In 1897 (TOSS RSMClS Liabilities (except cup. stock).. Income Expenditures . Total premiums received In 1x97. J area c uunt, maio Agent, Kansas City, Mo, ni.MH.74 2,3:12,670.21 1,902,740.22 2,523.13.34 2.3xo,x42.9f 2,350,754.82 Eiultublo InHuraneeCo., of Iowa. Risks written during year 1897.. $1,772,900.64 Premiums received thereon 03,565.64 losses Incurred' 75,007.92 dividends paid In 1X97 30,055.29 Gross assets 1,027,135.75 Liabilities (except cap. stock) .. 1,274,694.73 Income 421,202.07 Expenditures ar,l!4.:H Total premiums received In 1897, 321,3.13.11 Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Milwaukee, Wis. Risks written during year 1X97, $57,397,055.00 Premiums received thereon ... 2,410,592.12 Ionscs Incurred 4,660,001.55 Divid...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

16 1838. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. ti Commercial Union Assurance Co., of Lon don, England. Ri&!y!tl?.!!?f"".d"n.f $2,9S3,ot7.oo Premium's received thereon ... losses incurred in Kansas.... 13.109.iU Dividends paid in 1897 irlvm Gross assets -'ViiV-m; Liabilities (except cap. stock).. f.WO-lJ income fJK'vfw Kxpenditures 1-&!z'i"-l2 Total premiums received in 1897, 2J96.3W.7 T. E. Werner, Pittsburg, and H. E. Leeds, Abilene, State Agents. The Kansas Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Topeka, Kas. Risks written durlns the year 1897 (1,443) 12,584,405.05 Premiums received thereon ... 43,705.09 losses incurred 124,oOO.OO Surrender values paid to policy holders 7,673.l Dividends paid In 1897 Total paid policy holders 160.410.68 Cross assets 5138,393.18 Total liabilities (except capital ,., stock) 189,354.17 Total income 219,419.53 Total expenditures, including ,,MtM amounts paid to policy holders 246,220.83 Total premiums received in 1897. 230,900.41 R. R. Gibson, State Agent, 700 Kansas ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 16 APRIL 20, A Man Who Watches Stat Money. A very Important State office la that of the Auditor. On this officer rests the final reeponsibllity for the payment of all claims. He must know that the,clalm la a proper one, that It haa been legally presented, that It has been regularly ap proved by the right officers, that it la drawn on the fund out of which It Should be paid, that there is money left la that particular fund to pay It and that dozens of other detail are carefully attended to. So large a portion of the work goea to the assistant that he should be ojs well qualified for the office a8 the Ajidltor himself. That Captain Morris exercised excellent Judgment In the choice of Charles A. Taylor for the place has been fully demonstrated. The liberal support which he received In the Abilene conven tion as a competitor for the nomination for Auditor Bhowed that his friends had confidence In hla ability in this line. This vote was especially gratifying to his...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

it 1898. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. t iwii"t""i""l""l"'l"l",H""l"I"l"I"Iu CO-OPERATIVE READING CLUBS. - yH"tlI"ll"lIl"I"lt"l""""I" AMERICAN LITERATDBK COUK8K. LESSON X. PART 2. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. 1819-1891. At the devil's booth are all things sol J; Each ounce of dross costs Its ounce of gold; fc'or a cap and bells our lives we pay; Bubbles we buy with a whole sours asking; ' lis heaven alone that Is given away, Tis only God can be had for the asklug. A BRIEF REVIEW OF LOWELL'S WRITINGS. The Bigelow Papers, of which there are two series, are humorous poems on the political events of the day. They were supposed to be letters written to the editor of the Boston Courier by Hosea Bigelow, a sort of home-spun genius from a country town. They were so wltity that they Bet people to laughing, yet at the Banie time winning them over to his side on the subject of slavery one series being against the Mexican war and the other written during the civil war. Although much of the poem Is now out of...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

16 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APItIL 20, (Published April 20, Appellate Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 1 Kelley 8. E. Illgglns, plaintlfl In error, VS. Hiram Illgglns, defendant In error. Error from Shawnee County Circuit Court, DISMISSED. By the Court. Tho motion to dismiss In this case must be, sustained. There Is nothing before the court for It to review, in the first place the petition in error does not pretend to net out the Judgment or record or. any cuso in court. The pupcrs attached to the petition in error are not referred to in any manner therein. It Is neither a transcript nor a case-made. It is not a transcript not being' certified as required by law It Is not a case-made because it was never served or settled as required by law. Case dismissed. All the Judges concurring. Filed April 8, 1898. A true copy. Attest: W. II. THOMPSON. ISeal. Clerk. Kaunas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Eamern Division. No. Sit The Peop...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

THE 'ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 10 1898. First published Apiril , 1528-1' i PH0PG3ALS ; For Printing and Binding Uateriala for the State of Eaneas. Office ot the Secretary of State. Topeka, Kas., March 31, Vi'M. Sealed bids for furnlBblna; paper and binding materials to be used In the public crtntlnK for the year commencing July l. im l will be received at thin office on or before o'clock m.. the .20th day ot ! May. 1KB. . The following Is the estimate i of the amount of the same that will probably be Strictly flret class, sized and uPr-f'1-endered Eastern book, white and Unted. BO, 60 and 70 pounds, 3,000 reams, more or leBest superfine flat writing papers, all weights, 300 reams, more or less. Best hne tub-sized and loft-dried flat writing paper, all weights. 1.000 ream. mFit-claa333'cover papers, all weights and colors, 250 reams, more or leBS. First-class all Jute manllla wrapping pa per, flat, various weights, 100 reams, more "Ledger papers, all weights and sizes, 100 reams, more or le...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 20 April 1898

20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. APRIL 20, 1898. JsG.Ps2rd Vtha Artaut, KANSAS CITY. HIO. KSILLET CANI CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRAS3 8SEOS. V sz nzr. nzr, rr alfalfa seed a specialty, AJT f.lj M H ,M Choice Cane and Millet, Kaffir, Spring Wheat end V U Till fill iVl J Jerusalem Corn, White Ilulless Karley, Seed Oats. iU LX- JS NajT Full particulars and book, "How to Sow Alfalfa," t0aCiaiOIagCeOM9 McBETH & KINNISON, Garden Cltf, Kanaaa. IS SS'is? 3 A SPANISH NAVAL TRIO. Three formidable vessels of the Spanish fleet Are the-Infanta Maria Tereia, Cris tobal Colon and Destructor. The two first named nre new armored cruisers. The Destructor ii a torpedo gunboat. She was built in 18Wi, but has recently been over hauled n nd brought more upto dale. SHORT BUSINESS POINTERS. BARNK8 KKAL KSTATH CO.-Are headquarter! for farm and olty property. Hee them If you want to bur, sell or rent. lis West Fifth St.. To poka, Kaa. FOR BALE OR EXCHANtiK-I want to Hell a twenty-acre tract In Ht. Louis, Mo. Will take a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

Devoted to me 5esr Interest or the Home, the 5hop and the Farm Tenth Year, No. 17. OFFICIAL 8TATK l'Al'Klt. ! YfiAIt. TOPEKA, KANSAS, APRIL 27, 1898. tfffibmL. EVK.HY WEDNESDAY. W , V.ya I'KICK FIVK CKNT3. Capitol Walks Cost Money. Republican "Business" Men Seemed to Fear That Too Large a Surplus Would Be Left In the Treasury. PAID BEFORE WORK IS DONE. Kansas people must not get the Im pression that the construction of the gravel walks and drives ended the State's expense In this line or that It was the only contract for improvement of the grounds? in which there were extravagant and reckless expenditures of funds. The hexagon walks! along the south and west sides of the grounds were not cheap affairs so far as cost is concerned, as will appear after an examination Into the facts. For this work no bids were adver tised and no specifications were prepared. The bids themselves cannot even be found. They are not among the records where they should be. Why they dis appeared is not known...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

2 APRIL 27, THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. Democrats Want Places. The Populist Committee Holds That It Has No Power to Effect Any Fusion Agreement. IS REFERRED TO CONVENTION. The Populist State committee received an address from the Democrats at Ita meeting last week, and, after considering It, the following statement, which In cludes the Democratic address, was is uued: Topeka, Kas., April 20, 1398. At a meeting of the People's party State contral committee, held this day, the following address was presented to us on behalf of the Democratic State cen tral committee: To the Conference Committee of the Populist State CommLttee: Gentlemen: As you are aware, the undersigned were appointed a commit tee by the Democratic State committee of Kansas to confer with a like commit tee from your party with the view of devising ways and means to continue In force, during the .approaching campaign, the harmonious co-operation of forces which' resulted In success In our State In 1838. We are personally I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. '3 1SS3. THE WAR HAS BEGUN. (Continued from page 1.) - ular army officer may be named for each regiment. The remainder of the 4)111 relates to the regulation of the army. One provision places volunteers on the same basis respecting pay, pensions, etc., as the regulars. Blockade reclamation Issued. President McKlnley has issued a proc lamation declaring that this country has instituted a blockade of the ports of the north coast of Cuba between Cardenas and Bahla Houda and which Includes Havana and the port of Cunfuegos on the south coast. The proclamation recites that no vessels will be allowed to enter or issue from these ports and that all neutral vessels now In these porta will be given thirty days in which to retire. -t-.t-n The First Can Fired. The cruiser Nashville captured a Span ish ship, the Buena Ventura, a vessel of 1,000 tons, loaded with lumber, at a point near Key West early Friday morning. It was en route from the coast of Mis sissippi to Pensaco...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

SHE AJ)?OCArfE A1ID HEW& 4 ii fed Sllvtiii i can mm i wo From Actual Experience. Largest Flower. The largest flower la the world la Bald -to grow on one of the Phllllplne Islands and the natives give It the name of bolo, The biossom has five petals and Id about a yard wide. A single flower of tula giant specie sometimes weighs twenty-two pounds. It grows near the crater of the volcano Apo at an altitude . of 2,500 feet above sea level. Heliotrope Out of Doors. Lovers of the fragrant heliotrope, the prized window garden plant, should try growing It out of doors the coming sum mer. The soil should be made rich and dep and be well drained. The plants ehould be set out as soon as the weather is warm, which would be from May 1st to 15th, and should have a partially shaded location. If you have plants which have grown slowly and not bloomed much In the window during the winter, cut them back one-half and set in the open ground as described. Helio trope plants so treated grow stocky an...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

m advocate ahd imws; ISM. put an loch of fresh' earth la the bottom of the box and moisten it with clean water. Take up the bunchea carefully without bruladng the stalks or breaking the roots and set them snugly on the damp earth in the box, keeping the stalks close together and the leaves all on, and when the box is filled set It in a dark cool cellar or root house and it will keep in good condition for a long time and furnish one of the most de ferable relishes the family can have, and any surplus will always bring a good price in the market. Walnut Timber. . Eastern Kansas is noted for Its fine walnut timber and large quantities of black walnut logs have been shipped east and even to England. It always brings a good price, from $G0 to $150 per thousand feet, and is used for maki lng fine furniture and finishing purposes, it ie an easy and thrifty tree to grow, specially on moist or seepy land. The uts should be planted where the trees re to grow, as it is not an easy thing to tra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AMXNEW3. APRIL 27, CONCERNING KANSAS A .1.11 '!lti!lhdLU3'Ul-''in -sews L-. BY J. W. MORPHY. CONVENTIONS. POPULIST. Bl,at(PlAce not naruod), Jane 15. Cctitfreisioual-Tblrd dlairlot, Cberryvalo, Jane 8. Fourth " Kiuporla, May 11. viflb " .Concordia, June I. " Sixth " HmltbCenUtr.JuneT. " HoTeuth " Uutohlniton, May IV. rjJodloial Twenty-fourth dlslrlct, Pratt, Mar 17. REPUBLICAN, Ptate Hotoblovou, June 8. Owjrwslonal Hcond district, Ottawa, May . i " Fourth " Kmporla. Mnjr 11). Fifth " liellovllle, April 38. ' Hlxtb " Kelolt, June 16. " . Horenth " llutohluion, Majr 6. DKMOCKAT. Ktatft-AtohUon. . CornreMloual-Tblrd dlMrlct, Chanute, . " Fourth " Kmporla, . PKOUIMTION. . BtateKmporla, June 7. Free mall delivery at Pittsburg Is an assured fact. The 0. A. R. reunion will be held at Topeka this fall. The Ford county Populist convention will be held May 14. Butler county Populists will hold their county convention May 7. The Cemtral Branch will be sold at receiver's sale May 2...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AHD NEWS. 1838. prlaon and compare the dally requisitions now Issued with those of previous ad ministrations and will receive courteous treatment while doing so." An old timer at Lawrence haa again opened a dry goods store. In his an nouncement he says that he is the oldeot dry goods merchant In Kansas, to which statement he adds the following: "Set tled in the territory, at Lawrence, In 1857. Stood the drought of 1860. Stood the war of '61-'65. Stood the Quantrell raid. Stood the Price raid. Stood the three grasshopper raids. Stood up for Kansas always, and am ready to stand up for the United States against Spain or any country on earth." Foghorn Funston Is working his per sonal letter scheme on a ten-year-old list of politicians and sends one to Corner Davles, whom everybody knows quit the Republican party nearly two years ago. He hopes that Gomer "will give my can didacy for Governor careful consider ation and If you should decide to give me a lift" It would be appre...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

0 rmimomE ahdiiews. APRIL IT. FOR HOME READING CIJV 1 . WKIt E YOU. r m 1? t wore yon, I'd sue my path of duty Eo pSwia and straight, without a curve or bend, And walk upon it, without swerv or falter, IVora life' beginning straightway to tin end, I'd bo so strong, so faithful and so true, I would, if I wen you. 2f I were yon, I'd live upon s pittance And sava up money for a rainy day 1 Aai never buy a pretty gown or Jewel Or tftko a bit of plousure by the way, Ar.4 thon I'd bo so cheerful, never blue, I would, if I wore you. If X were you aud friends that knew yon lon gest Would hart and wound, adtlce unasked would five, I'd still forbear and cherish all their virtues And ever with thorn in contentment live. I'd be so faithful, constant through and through, I would, if I were you. If I were you and found some gentle woman Who gp.ve you sweetness, trust and sympathy, X would not turn to them for consolation, Bat sock alone tho barren friendship tree, Hot try to find a broader mental...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

' 0 1828. THE ADVOCATE AHD HEWS. 4. , A V mJiiMXSLS:..' - d scd Vf sf sV g xsif f aery READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS By MABLE DICCS. CIIILD AND MOTHER. 0 mother, my love, If you'll give me y oar hand And go where I ask you to wander, 1 will lead you away to a beautiful land, The dreamland that'a waiting out yonder I We'll walk in the aweet posy garden out there Where moonlight and atar light are stream. og And the flowers and the birda are filling the air With the fragrance and mualo of dreaming. There'll be no little, tired oat boy to undress, No questions or cares to perplex you ; There'll be no little braises or bumps to ca ress Nor patching of stockings to vex yoo, For I'll rock you away on the silver dew stream And sing yon asleep when you're weary, And no one ahall know of our beautiful dream But yon and your own little dearie. And when I am tired I'll nestle my bead In the bosom that'a soothed me so often, And the wide awake stars shall sing in my stead A song whiota my dreamin...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

10 THE ADVOCATE ANQ HEWS. APRIL' 27, THE ADVOCATE , roR AMh MHAC Slop MHtfAE AINU INCYYO ANDfAFft OmCML PAPER OP THE STATE , OF KANSAS. HSKsUi Every Wcdacfay,tt Tftptlia, ftnm. OEO. B. HARRISON & CO., ';lu Editom axo Pbopkixtors. SubuwlpUom Rtr One copy one year by mau, fi. in eiw of un or more, by man, on yrw, 75 cent eatJi. Tin culvertisimg ru&w 0 Tfta Advocate and New art low. hlsUmaU will he mailt and price fur nUlunt on airpUeatUm. No extra charge for cute, ete. The publisher reserve Uie right io reject any ubjec.tionaltU advertising. The reader of this paper may consider any advertisement which ap iurt herein a reitresenling a firm whose reliabil ity can be vouchetl for by the puldisher. The Advocate wn tMablUhtd in ISHS. and wa tonmlUUiUd with Tlit Kama New in lt&7. The Advocate and New is Ute official titate paper, and ha a (arvcr circulation than any other Kama weekly which receive advertisement. For information regarding subscription and advertising rate, addre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AM) NEWS- 13S1 CURRENT DISCUSSION! I BY EX-SENATOR PEFFER J TheiMonroe Doctrine and Cuba. The Monroe doctrine la not involved In the Cuban question. The Monroe doc trine is simply a statement of the posi tion of the United States with respect to possible attempts of European na tions to extend their territory or gov ernmental Influence in regions of the Western hemisphere at the time in law ful and undisputed Jurisdiction of Ameri can governments. The Spanish colo nies in South and Central America and Mexico had secured their Independence and set up governments of their own which they were successfully maintain ing, and which had been duly recog nized by the United States after prudent examination and patient waiting. It wa3 proposed among the allied powers (Great Britain, France, Austria, Prussia and Russia) to assist Spain In an at tempt to recover her lost American col onies. This proposition was objected to by Great Britain. At the same time the northwestern boundar...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 27 April 1898

THE ADVOCATE AND HEWS. APRIL 27, PUBLIC OPINION ; ' it ' Council Orove Courier ji r,i 1 Guard (Pop.): A leading ', .ivj.tto. Republican said recently .1 it ha would vote for Leedy It noml ' , I : ' .';!, not because he liked Leedy, but .:. McNall la the office of Insurance , C'c. itialoaloner. j !:!IllpBburg Herald (Pop.): The Re 'i -' tlllcan papers ere still nominating " .'i Kall for Congress on the Pop ticket '! ?Vc2i this district Don't you think It i ' i J la Jiwt right where he Is. r,23worth Populist: A correspondent : '!j n tha Kansas Ckty Times haa nominated ., A I :;! Comple for Governor. This Is not ' ) J teb's time, but let It be remembered Jc3 you go along that Bob la one of the t, ' Ijcrt men In the People's party of Kansas. , - Kansas City Times: Kansias will take '".''J! 0,000,000 -worth of bunds payable In diver. If Mr. McKInley has a war and ;'it:;i tblnka coined silver is worth only 17 ccirta on the dollar, he can do a little ' t ievor financiering by Issuing some ...

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