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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

a swcn-eu* Many of my friend in the wild and untamed west — Home timen called the «free state of Burle- son have never tasted, chewed, wrestled with and critically ex- amined what is known in wax cir- cles and Kast Texan parlance as «Kweet-fpim. It is the sap of the sweet-gum tree, as everybody knows, and every youthful Hum- boldt ought to know that these trees grow here as thick as the pines will let them. The pines here remind me of the tie-vines on the prairie land if they can have all the ground, they will grow as thick as fleas around a livery stable and as tall as a young orator's opinion of him- *elf; but if they can't get every inch of the soil, they will droop ami become sad and lose all in- terest in religious and secular affairs, just like a cow that has lost her cud. But it was of the gum trees, and not the pines, that I wanted to speak. Those who have stud- ied sentimental literature know that a pine i* better adapted to making a shadow for lovers and tlttf thin was int...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

MMMtaOMCie ¡$ ¡Pí m. 4 JOMtn. idiHrt and Propwton IS lasued Every Friday Morning. In the Caldwell pnatofllea aec matter. AOVCHTItlNO RATI . Display ad one Inaertlon twenty rents MT fnrh; tvn liiMTtlmis tlilrty-flve rent* Mr Inch; one 'uuutli Uty cent per lucí . _ rate* ueven and one-half cent* i*>r Srat laser tit-u mid tlve ceuta per line subsequent Insertion. arte*, carda of thanks and notices of .Jumenta given for rellirlon , educa or charitable purpose at half regu- SSL ImkhI notices of all kind* #1.0 |>er hundred ■ail flr t lnMTilon and AO cents per bun- MM words each subsequent Insert Ion. Positively no reductions will be made few above rates. Nlwt-CHRomri.E desires a corres- nt at every postoSlce In the county. ■■■ hi exchange will furnish the paper, ata- tloaery and pottage free. Will be pleused to eerseapond with uny one on the subject. SUSSCMII . Tear Months Montn 1. 80 *l/N HOC SIGXO I'lXCES." Caldwell, Texas, Friday, Au^ust 12. Thk Central Texas Teacher enlarged las...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

I Convention at Galveston Rounded off its Work Smoothly, platform discussion warm. tk« AaU'BipuuloBliU Snowed Uodai. The demócrata rounded off their work ni Galveston last week very smoothly. The only thing that brought out much diaetiwiion was the Uirritorial expansion question, which wax thoroughly aired, pro and eon. by able champions. The nomination* went through without friction, except as to the treasurer' content, over whieh there wan a lively three-ooruered race between Harrison of Shelby countv, Mill* « f McLennan county mi independent government of their own. But in the event that the people of that ialand «hall hereafter denire to be annexed to thin country and the terina df au- uexation can be autiafaeturily ar- ranged between the two govern- ment*, we will weleome Cubu ua a part of the territory of the United State*. 10. We favor the acquisition of Porto Hieo and all other Stmuiah possession a in the weateru hernia- phere. 11. That we reaffirm our faith in the Monroe do...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

.#. jMi ?7 ' - . 'o / ji5 mk ft • Mr,1 1 I «vary Friday it Caldwell. Text* TEXAS HEWS NOTES, Whiteeaps have served notice on the negroes at Whitewright to hunt new homes It is rumored that a new oom- pany may take hold of the deep water project at Aran*** Pass. Mount Pleasant is to have an •leetri.' light plant. It will be «owned ana operated by individuals. Whiteeaps around Sherman are •Iter the scalp of the section fore ■wan for working negroes on the section. Oil Ares have become so numer ous around Corsicana that it is said to have caused Borne of the fire laddies to resign. Waxahachie's new artesian well is said to be a gusher—furnishing all the pure water that can be con- sumed by the population. Judge John C. Gaston, a Texas pioneer and 82 years of age, died at Paris. He was judge of that district under Gov. Davis. A crowd was disappointed at Cleburne last Friday—because Shaw did not hang. He was res- pited for a week by the governor. The first bankruptcy case under the new f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

Spain's Answer is of a Diplomatic Dallying Character. iN*irw PROPOSES SOME CONDITIONS AtetpU TnailB 0*n«r«l—Dooumsnt Hot audi Public. Nothing is yet muda public m to tlie nature of Spain's reply, but it is said to be divided into Ave points or heads—namely: Cuba, Porto Hioo, Ladrone islands, occu- pation of Manila, and appoiutuent of a committee. Each subject is elaborately treated. No mention of the Cohan debt. The retention of arms and ammunition by the ! Spanish troops comes in for men* | tion. Washington, Aug. 10—More • J*" m . - , | - sovereignty over Cuba, but goes than twenty-four hours after it had jn^, (iiseusíiiou of her future begun to reach Washiugton, the government. Because of Spanish Spanish note in answer to the ¡ interests on the island they desire president's pcaee conditions was « nited States to administer - th, « U, the French ambassador. \N hat porto Rico the jirones, Manila, the nature of the answer was eau ' ote., arc thought to be aweptod. only be conjured a...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

= AQUMMLDOf ATTITUDE. Mwek New York, Aug. 7.—A dispatch information from Admiral Dewc which will enable him to aet Zl BRIEF COMPARISON. hi* eyes wide open. ! til * Philii eyi IMisition of the' administration on P- m K the Philippine*. If Aguinaldo and his followers are ready to Manila Ba>, ía 1 ng ng,, íjirow Qff ^ yoke of Spain aud have the United States give thorn This is the «attested tfce FoselWMty of War With Qaimsoy. In view of the complications that have arisen with the Germau fleet in Manila bay, suggesting as it Aguinaldo, the insurgent chief, j an honest and liberal government, docs the possibility of a war with B®S: Letter THE M1AMA DEATH TRAP. Fiaglar'a iu the Philippines as a whole will be Geruuiuy, a comparison of the annexed to the United States or oavies of this country and Germany will tan. the of th. uol be ant of pUwx.- A well- United States. If, on the other . / 1 # . baud, Aguinaldo is a professional oifonnod correspondent of revolutionist and is ready to lea...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

■ I IPEOPLEYOU KNOW, I n wmbv Mr*. ! • P* McArthur ¡son the Kick list this week. T. V. Murray was in ttellville Tuesday on buaineai*. Florence Johnson has been sick iicveral days this week. The junior editor is enjoying- a mild spell of alow fever. Robt. Etzel returned Monday from a trip to Planteraville. MissOUie Xorville is visiting Miss Helen Helvey this week. Eck Oliver and Will Carroll are suffering with fever this week. Miss Annie Marek of Brenham in visiting the family of J. J. Holik. Miss Jennie Womack was on the sick list a few days this week. J. M. Hale and family, of Klgin, are visiting relatives in the city this week. líev. W. K. James left last Tues- day for a two weeks' visit to his twin in Galveston. Miss Lula WarliiU of Prov- idence is visiting relatives in the city f«r a week or so. M ss Kllen Hill returned last Friday from a week's visit t > relatives in Cameron. Mrs. N. A. Mel1 haul, of Cole- man City, is visiting Mrs. K. G. Hanks, arriving Saturday. A. D. Knst...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

m? iíf W: TAX LIST. Report of lands and town lota assessed on the tax rolla of Burleaon county, Texas,for the year 1897, which are delinquent for taxea of 1897, returned by W. J. Harria, tax collector. MAME OF OWNER I Alttt' No. ; LAND OU1UINAL UIIAXTEK. Allcorn, J W. Barnett. J C . Bruiting, August ... Bell, Simon • 4 ♦* ' Bell, Wm. Jr!Il Bird. W A Burke. A J Bird, T J (Ent) •• Ellen '* Brown, Dick Broaddu , H C.... Brown lee, Ph«ebe. Banknton, T B Carroll, AC Corn or, Robt Carr, Chai Coleman, Rufu* .... tt •• ♦ •••II Douglas , (*eo. Jr... Dickey. AW filli , Tobe Ferrell, Andrew Given*. Tom Oreen. Robt Gannon, Mrs Fanny Green, Jack Harris. Scy Hill. Ike Hilliard, J B Henry, Fatt Hark in A McCan.. Hester, Lou i Hall, Arthur Jarmer, Jno Jordan, Henry JackHon, Henry Jackson, Calvin .... Key*. S Kent, G B Lowe, Charity Louis, Noah Munson, Burt Merida. Bill Munaon, Tom Massey, T J (Hrs)... Merida, Jno May lay, Chas Masik, Joe ♦ * It Mandón, Geo. Phillip. Allen Pol lord. Ham i Kandle, Ty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

>w Ihe Stock m tto f«m. f*a>. Stuck a ltd Kami Journal. One of the method of retain- limr the productive® * of the noil JJch netflecüá throughout the «•¡cultural countieM of Texat* in bavins the kind of live atock the form is ,,csl ttblc to curc íor' and! grt many in number a it can well tare for. On each farm the keep- jnjtf of some one clatM* of stock Ught to be made Homewhat a ipecialty, but thin doe* not mean |tbat other kind* of stock should j neglected. Kacb, aomewhere in the farm's industries, econo- j lies and needs, finds its place, 1 ind. to a considerable extent, having: all kinds permits much to be economized that would other* j wise be wasted. An increased attention to stock ' I raising on the farm will materi- ally aid the income of the farmer j ind relieve him of much weari- some and uninteresting toil. There must be pasturage and feed raised, and a part of the farm given to the*e will be taken from the cotton area. Hut little | ibor will be required in the man-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

; }■ m- : m B P' ¡Br ■' JHsK' WK ' u®|l¿ Ki Stories of tb« Str««t. —The commissioners cour ist sitting this week in regular ses- sion. —In this issue of the Nbws- Choniclk will be found the delin- quent tax list for 1897. —Notice inanothercolumn that J. D. Stokes says he has some- thing new in the way of haraes. —The candidates arc getting gay and frisky now and «things will soon begin to move rapidly. —Buck Gay lost a fine young Jersey cow last Tuesday evening. She was run over by the 3:27 train. —Until further notice we shall presume that the ladies ice cream festival at Hale*s platform last night was a world beating suc- cess. —Last Wednesday night a very pleasant social was enjoyed by the younger young folks at the resi- dence of J. J. Holik, in honor of the visit of Miss Annie Marek. —Marriage licences have been granted since our last issue as follows: Joseph H. Truax and Miss Bertha McArthur; Geo. W. Holliday and Miss Maud Har- tley. —Quite a crowd of young peo- ple enjoyed a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

41 fw MM ▼ Wm Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1898. NO. 14. wwwimmw«•«< /I jjfc A . FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. LIVINGSTON. Livik«;*TON, Te*.. A tig. 15. £ ülTOHti NKW*-CH *OK IC I.K: Perhaps omc of your reader would be (fiad to know that in thin county are «orne of the first in- habitant* of America the abo- riginc , the Coscogee Indians crush the last flower of a people that were truly «Nature' chil- dren. Those Indianal have ween here neein to possess no energy or life. They have a sad and worn look in their gray eyes, their shoul- dera are stooped and there acema to be but little strength or firm- and would like to read about their '.ncss in their forms. They work habita and peculial traits and ap-|but little, hunt but little and ac- pearance, I don't profeaa to be cumulate nothing. Their hair is an infallible indianologist, but ob- always ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

5 % ató® k V :: Mfe sHHwmbm MELL REWS-CHRONICLf. ine at Santiago in a half starved condition, and what food they amr * j$m*. tan* §*d ***&* . lMued Every Friday Morn Inc. THE SANTIAGO TRAGEDY. *be Hcientilic American. There in only one thing that can match the splendid heroism of our soldiers at Santiago, and that is the criminal incompetency of the subsistence and medical departments, to which the feed- ing and nursing of these brave fellows was intrusted. There are times when silence is a sin, and we feel that to remain quiet in the presence of a shameful and fatal maladministration, that has added to the horrors of war others that might easily have been avoided, is to do a positive wrong to the heroes of Guanta- ñamo, K1 Caney and San Juan. The wretched bungling which has marked every phase of the Santiago campaign in the medi- cal and subsistence departments is bad enough in itself, but when the secretary of war deliberately proceeds, for reasons best known to himself, to wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

1 am Horry to ce this relent- less and senseless war of exter- initiation aifuinst thin friend of both horticulture and a^ricu!-! ture, nay Major Holsinger in an j exchange. Prejudice has existed ; since «time out of mind against ¡ tin- reptile. True, there arej species that are dangerous to mankind and ought to be exter- minated, notably the copperhead and rattler. Anide from these there are none indigenous to our country but those which arc highly beneficial. It j has been my custom for twelve j yearn to protect them on my; grounds or since the grasshop-. per became so destructive. ; I-'imling a very large blacksnake. I concluded to have an interview. J Having a rake in my hands, I placed it gently on the snake. It j was as large and plethoric as a bank president. Instantly it commenced to expectorate vast quantities of grasshoppers, abso- lutely hundreds of them, only partially digested. I at once recognized in my hitherto enemy j a benefactor, and lifting my J rake from his body...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

NeWS-CHRONICLE. í?;.'í m mm i"* E$S* w?# vV-Vv K?; ■Wa ifc- HAS f.rt IKS? 4 JO Htm, Editors and Proprietor . taaued Every Friday Morning. latored In the Caldwell pn t office ¡1 *ee l-tila* mutter. DUtilay luls one Insertion twenty cent* |sr Inch; two Insertions tlilrt.v-flve ••mil par tacit; one •nuutli «Ixty ccut per inch. Liteul rale ««-ven ami one-hnlf cents i er Brsl !-iser'lon ami flv<- cent* per line > aulm«:<|u<-ni Insertion. Obttuurle*. curda of thank* anfl notice of MiCPtaliinii nto triveii for relhrlon*. educa- Moaal or churu able purpo e> ut half reuu- lar ntm. Lee a I not lee* of all kiwis 11.00 per hundred words flrat. liiM'rtlou and SO cent* per hun- dred woidaca<'h subsequent Insertion. Positively no reductions will be made Croat above rate The NkwM n ttomci.r. de«ir«>> a correa- ient at every postofflce In the county. In «(change will furnish the paper, ata- leryand postage free. Will pleased to carTwapond with any one on the subject. pure Jef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

Erf®r * i'v,, "ti'.j;™ ■ -' ; .... %'■'&>• y * . ". i ik * .; 'wf PEHGE! [I PROTOCM. Ml, M IK PHMI ttCLIRES 1 HI 11 MUM ■nation hoetilities. the in Resolute." Ia acoor- lent's proela- Miediately all ■ withdrawal joint Coma !—Ion WIU OkoMn to llMt I Parta Prior to October 1. Washington, Aug. 12. — The peace protocol has been signed by Secretary of State Day, represent- ing the Unifed States, and M. Cam- boo, the French ambassador, repre- senting the Spanish government. Tee protocol provides.; 1. That Hpain will relinquish all claim of sovereignty over and title to Cuba. 2. Thai Porto Rico and other Spanish inland in the West Indies and an island in the Ladrones, to be selected by the United States, ahall be ceded to the Utter. 3. That the United State* will occupy and hold the city, bay and harbor of Manila pending the eon- elusion of a treaty of peace which ahall determine the control, dispo- aition and government of the Phi lip- pines. 4. That Cuba, Porto Kino and other Span...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

MS ISir'X' v; -1< • % W--* ' vi,. - ! 1 I St- llf'. « : y" ■■Lf fiiflilfl P RCH9*iRRUMvlb «Nf i J$MM. MHn mé h*rh*f- Iwwd «very Friday at Caldwell. Text* • fcXAS NEWS MOTES STATE CAPITAL NOTES. Ballinger, Runnels county, has a local option election on. A Are at Temple destroyed the •pera and market house. Lous, about $30,000; insurance $10,000. The Texas State Single Tax League will hold its annual con- ference in Galveston, Aug. 24, 25 and 26. The Houston artillery is assist- ing the sheriff to guard Pay ton Burton at Houston, the murderer of the Meyers family at Cypress. Waco's new postmaster has here- tofore been a common dairyman. He now has a bigger aud richer teat to pull. Paytou Burton, the negro who is charged with the murder of the 07< ,35(i, Meyer family at Cypress a feew weeks ago, has been captured and lodged in jail at Houston. Andrew Carnegie, the iron mag- nate of Pennsylvania, has seut his cheek for $5000 to the mayor of Pittsburg, Texas, to establish a public ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

■tiers PMO* WMTI ArvtviA tfce Oa- •liaiit *u Midi 1, >udon, Aug. 18.—The Manila iwrreapowleafc of the Daily Tele- graph, telegraphing Saturday soys : Nothing could be moro hutn mu thau the Amorioan*' capture of the town. Gen. Merritt and Admiral pewov's plau was to aparo every object hut the armo i defense* aud tlie trenches. Apparently the American losses wire extremely small. The Spanish entrench- ments varied in point of dintunce from two to four mile from the «•enter of old Manila. Defending this loug line of at least ten miles were not over 6000 regular Spanish troops, volunteers and natives. About half that number were in hospitals. The attacking force numbered from 10,000 to 20,000 natives and 10,- 0<H) Aiuerieaus on shore and alioard the fleet. In every re- spect the advantage was on the side of tile attack. The A menean field gun* threw heavier metal snd had longer range than the Spanish, the inarksmauship oí the Cuitad States gunner* was very much superior to tint of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

fw 4\ w n m . ?m - ■ tlM Tilt The following has been issued by the department of education: To county and city superintend «uta and presidents of school boards in the state of Texas—Gentlemen: Complying with the rcquirmeuts of the text book law of the state of Texas, this circular is issued. The state text book board, com of Gov. C. A. Culbersou, ex- president: State Superinten- it of Public Instruction J. M rlisle, ex-offlco secretary; Attor- ney General M. M. Crane; Comp- troller R. W. Fin ley; Principal 8am Houston Normal School H. ('. Pritchett. and Secretary of State J. W. Madden, acting under the au- thority of the text book law enacted by the twenty-fith legislature, have adopted for use in the public schools the following books at the prices herein given. Name of book—First reader, Stickney, retail 18 cents, exhcange 12 eents, Ginn & Co.; second reader, Stickney, retail 24 cents, exchange 16 cents, Ginn & Co.; third reader, BtioJcney, retail 30 cents, exchange 18 cen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

« TO " people you know Dick Lyles went to Cameron last Monday. J.nnes A. Gray made a trip to Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sale are both iK this week. [job Oliver, is a train confined to hU bed with fever. Henry Dalkofsky, of Tunis, was in town Tuesday. A. J. Radlord. of Houston, wa- in the city last week. Mrs. K. G. Broaddus and a lady friend go to Alvin today. I'ra Robinson is now officiating behind the countersof the Grange store. Pat Homan, of Dallas, is visit- ing relatives in the city this* week. W. C. Bain and l>r. J. 1Sparks, of Fruitn ville, were on our streets Tuesdav. Miss Kittie Black, < f Temple, i* visiting Mi«.s («race Stovall this week. F. J. Womack. of Galveston, i> spending the week with relatives in the city. Minx Alma Sanders wa> at home to her young friends last Kridav night. L. M. Brown, « i Lee county, was in the city Tuesday, buying London purple. Born: Wednesday morning. August 17. to Mr. and Mrs. 1L Alford. a son. Kck Oliver i*. abl«- to be out ag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

P Fm DELINQUENT TAX LIST. NON.REStDKNT ROLL. Report of lands and town lota aca.wd on the tax rolla of Burleson county. NAME OF OWNER Texas, for the year 1897, which are delinquent for taaea of 1897, returned by W. J. Harris, tax collector. lami) state; taxes A tat >1 OUI0INAL GHAXTKK. ; * ««. i Art' Be*. MÜ lSeh'1 Poll ; H n. COUNTY T; Ad *. tfti IVii NAM12 OP OWNER Anconi, J W., Harnett, J C ., Bruiting Auguttt . De"Jl, Simon A tat No. : LAND OKItilNAL UKAXTEK. Bell. Wm. Jr Bird. W A Burke. A J Bird. T J (E*t).... •• Ellen " * 44 •• jj 5 Brown. Dick ; 207 firoaddu , H C 30 Drown lee, Phurbe. Bankaton. Til ... Carroll, AC Cornor. Kobt Carr. Chaw Coleman, Rufuu .. 19H D furry MSP Aunt in 59 Sam Swearengen 4SC Perry 45" •• 65 S P Auntiii 171 H McKeen 82E M Co* H2 " •' HI A M trooper 24 Ja Pouter.... 5 Jno Bird 24 Ja Poster.... Jno Bird Neal Kobimton h Dickeimon Lyon Home tead.. Wa " I Douglass. (Seo. Jr... Dicker. AW Ellis, Tube Perrell, Andrew Given , Tom Oreen, R< bt i (Saimón...

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