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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

4, '0 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MAY 28, 1890. NO 38. W. J. CRAIG & CO., ON BUSY CORNER. Are Going to Compete all JUBILEE WEEK, We are entered for all the Dry Goods Bar gains Contests. You are to be the judges. For the Grand Handkerchief Contest, We enter 70 dozen importers' samples in fine embroidered handkerchiefs. The majority of these arc too fine even for our trade, but we bought them cheap and they ought to be prize winners in three places: Fiist All best class, worth up to C5c 25e .Second All 35c quality at - lflc Third 11 15c, 20c and 2uc grades 10c A Solo in Silk Mits. We enter our best 50c pure Silk Mitts for first place-at 25c. A Male Chorus Ought to appreciate and give first prize to our 35c black Sox, we sell 3 paias for $1.00 at a contest price of 25c a pair. The Ladies' Chorus Will sing . the praises of our Wash Goods Department. Such beauties ia Organdies, Dimities, Per...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

A FAMILY MURDERED. FATHER, MOTHER AND SON ASSASSINATED. The Sawyer Family of Near Ava, Ma, Wiped Oat Their Bodies Terribly Mutilated Ed Perry Under Arrest Strong Evidence Against Him. AvA, Ma, May 25. The entire Saw yer family, consisting of father, mother and grown son, were discov ered in their home, one mile east of this place, Saturday, foully murdered. The butchery was complete, and for brutality rivals the murder of the Meeks family by the Taylor brothers). Blood was found on the harness and horse blankets in the barn, and there were traces where the villain had wiped the blood from his hands on the logs of the barn. On the window a card signed "B. E. Sawyer," and dated May 24, 1896, read: "We are gone to Ozark; will be back Monday or Tuesday." The family came here last Novem ber from Linn county, Iowa. They were poor, peaceable, hard-working people, and had not a known enemy. Their visible wealth consisted of a good team of horsesand wagon, house hold goods and about $80 in m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

m m m. m m ni i ' ' a-r w Interesting chaptcks for our rural readers. Sow Successful Farmer Operate This Department of the Farm A Few Bint m to the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. ON. Jonathan P. . Dolliver, of Iowa, delivered a ringing address In behalf of fhe filled cheese bill in the house of r e p r e sentatlves. Below are some ex tracts from It: I support the bill because it offers an appropriate legal protection against the adulteration of the people's food. In the process of taxation It Identifies a fraud and es corts a notorious swindle into the light of day. You have read the pre cept of Scripture which exhorts you to take no thought of what ye shall eat or what ye shall drink or where withal ye shall be clothed. That Scrip ture will need a new interpretation un less we can in some way manage to rescue the food and drink and clothing . of the people of the United States from the hands of the counterfeiters. As 1 the case now stands, neither the clothes on our backs nor the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

l3utcbinson (5a3eltc. Entered at the postofflce la Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olasa matter. E.G. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietors. rRM8 Or iUBSCHIPTION, l.0O PER YEAR LUNIONE C. E. SIDLINGER, Til IDnjLggist inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COURT OF A PHAlKtOMESTIO. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of the Central Division of the Southern Department of the Kansas Court of Appeals is hereby called to meet in the city of Wichita on Tuesday, June 23, 1896 at 11 a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the court of appeals for aid division. Tbo basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of the State convention held in Hutchinson on March 18, 1896. Upon said basis the different counties composing bald division will be enti tled to the following number of dole gates: Barber 2 I.yon B Butler 5 Marlon 4 Chase 2 McPhcrson 4 Cawley (1 Reno ii Greenwood 4 Sedgwick H Harper il Sumner II Hurray Kingman J) Total Gl It ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

HUTCHINSON, 'riday, June 22th riiiililli "It brings into alllauce the three biggest show THE NATION'S SHOW : : THERE IS 10 OTHER All the Barest Living Features and Greatest Artistj on Earth. Two Biggest Herds of Elephants, And the Best Trained on Earth. mm Eminent Amusement The New Woman in Motley, A Real Royal Japanese Circus, Big Performing Animal Arena, Children's Topsy-Turvy Circus. DOUBLE STREET PARADES! Of Potential Splendors. At )Oa. m., FRIDAY, JUNE 12th. ONLY GREAT ONE COMING. Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors Open an Hour Earlier, ADMISSION 50c; Children Under 9 Years, 25c 12 Mammoth Water-Proof Tents; Seating Capacity, 1 5,000- Twenty-five Uniformed Ushers. Numbered Cupon Reserved Seat Tickets will be on sale at H. D. Winslow's Book Store, 23 North Main Street. HUTCHINSON, J enterprises In the world New York Recorder. Only Trained Sea Lions and Seals. Pair of Giant Ilippotami, Tremendous two-horned Su matran Rhinoceros, Monster Polar Bear, Flock of Ostriches,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

THE GAZETTE. & Q. Immi Co. X. 8. Irtuni, Xditw HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. i Albert Graffin is making speeches in Ikraglas county. Chanute is going to have a Fourth f July this year, The Troy Chief is forty years old, j "fair, fat and forty." Finney county has gained 5G5 in pop ulation in two years. Ness county reports an increase of population the last year. General Rains has established head quarters in Kansas again. The acreage of Kaffir corn in Reno county is three times as much this year as last. With eggs only six or seven cents a dozen, the Kansas hen joins in the cackle for protection. A common expression of late is that "the local shower yesterday was gen eral all over the state." Lightning struck a large corn crib, at Labette city, that had just been filled and burned every ear. A western Kansas farmer expects to make a small fortune this year out of his orchard, it being principally all in small fruits. The Jetmore dramatic company played "A Dead Wit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

FOREIGN CAPITAL. f :S AMOUNT INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES. American Labor rats Trnntt On tho Investment Bud tho Profits Take BSrfd Oat of tho Coaotrj Aa End- leu Chain. We have time and again warned the American people that Great Britain is rapidly becoming master of this coun try through loans and purchases, but the people seem to Ignore the fact be cause the old political parties that hold them In thrall Ignore it. But it is a serieus question for Americans never theless, and we scoff and deride the boasted patriotism that can look upon it with Indifference. A few weeks ago we published a list of lands held by foreign nobles and syn dieses, which was of Itself enough to waken even a dying patriotism. We are now able from a recent issue of the New York World to give the cash value of British holdings in the United States, as follows: Bonds , $1,250,000,000 Mines 150,000,000 Gas light companies 50,000,000 Electric light companies.. 50,000,000 Breweries 35,000,000 Stockyards 20,000,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 May 1896

FRANK V. WOODWAR D DENTIST. Office andresidance In the McOurtly-Gillett building Southwest corner of Muln and Sher man, licsidencc third (oor. Married. On Sunday at high noon in the borne of the britle in Troy township Mr. Cba;. W. Oswald and Miss Myrtle Lewis were made one for this worlds weal and woes. The solemn ceremony was performed by Iiev. Noah Asber in the presence of only a few friends and rel atives, without ostentation or display. The bride is a young lady of prepos sessing appearence and very plea9ing ways who has become very popular in Hutchinson as one of our leading teach ers in the city schools. The groom is one of the enterprising pushing proprietors of the American steam laundry and has a host of friends who show their congratulation upon him and his new companion. May the fates deal with them auspiciously and fair fortune's rays illuminace their efforts. In tlx Jouew "ae. It seems that wbeu the case of the State vs. Jones, charged with rape, as described in our la...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

-fllTT . . Jt IT mm. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 4, 1896. VOL. 6. NO. 39. F. CANTERBURY. President, F, L, GUTHRIE, Cashier. Bank of Hutchinson, Paid Capita!, $85,000.00. CATTLE PAPER A SPECIALTY- SAVINOS DEPARTMENT. We have a special department for savings accounts, and pay 4 per cent interest on deposits of onexlollar and upwards. ESTABLISHED, 1876. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, HUTCHINSON. KANS. CAPITAL $100,000. AJSggl? Bank in the Valley. EL XKL BioXxcy DRUGS, GrROCEEIES 117 South Main Street, hutchinson. rFarmers trade solicited. Buys all k'nls of Farm Praiice IFJbllS Js lor-cd in that section of Geerjis traversed by tbe fcO-LDIERS' GEOEGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY when ioSUc onlViiSrect throafch ronte to the onpltal of the colour, eormootiug nt Ti'toinwith the 'flfinu A North Kas'ern Railroad tor swan ( Fitterald . ) ltv thi- route, pasties from Chicago, Indian M)ll9, Detroit, Clevelad iand...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

THE GAZETTE. K. G. KaTTLSTOX A Co. S. G. NxTTLXTOir, KditM - - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST Dickinson county had a successful farmers' institute. In Smith county stands a church built of sod taken from the surround ing prairie. Ed Howe of Atchison, has on n camp ign against women joining lit erary societies. At a Kansas musical jubilee the judge is called an adjudicator and is paid extra for the title. ; For some strange reason grains are about two weeks ahead of time in wes tern Kansas this year, and sunflowers are about two weeks bohind. One may see all kinds of queer things in Atchison. The other day the Globe sighted a man with a boquet in his buttonhole and boles in his shoes. The latest Topeka freak- to claim public attention is a woman who re jected with scorn an offer of $10,000 spot cash for her interest in the An nekc Jans estate. An order lias come from the post office department in Washington al lowing ttie mail-carriers of Fort Scott to dole out the lett...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

JOE CLARK'S LETTER. M'KINLEYISM MEANS BONDAGE FOR THE PEOPLE. ThU Doei Not Refer to tba Tariff Rec ord of the Ohioan but to 111 Money Record Has Bean Seduced Already by the Wall Street Crowd. I was surprised to read that at the late Texas state convention called to elect delegates. to the republican con vention, to be held at St. Louis in June, 1896, the colored members yelled, shouted, cut, slashed and voted for Mc kinley and "Sound Money;" McKinley, the goldbug pirate, who would put these same colored men back into the slav ery from which they were emancipated thirty-five years ago. Not only will McKinley place you there, but any goldbug nominated and elected will force you into a bondage worse than that of any coolie slave of China, who works for 10 cents a day. He is already the slave of the gold bugs. According to the treasury department statistics for the year ending June, 1893, the United States consumed in one year 2,068,755 tons of sugar. We Imported 1,787,755 tons, for whi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

TButcbtaeon (5a3clte. Xntered at the postolBco In Hulchlnson, Kansas, as second class natter.. E.G. NETTLETON It CO. Proprietors. IHM8 Or dUBSCBlPTION, 1.00 perTsab C. E. SIDLINGER, r descriptions a Specialty. JTorth Main Street Hutchinson COURT OF A PPEAI.K COSTEHTIO. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of the Central Division of the Southern Department of the Kansas Court of Appeals Is hereby called to meet in the city of Wichita on Tuesday, June 23, 1806 at 11 a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate forjudge of the court of appeals for said division. The basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of the S'ate convention Held in Hutchinson on March 18, 1896. XTpon said basis the different counties composing said division will be enti tled to the following number of dele gates: Baricr 2 Lyon n Butler S Marlon 4 Chase 2 McPhcrion s Cowley 0 Greenwood 4 Harper II Harvev 8 Reno h 8di:wtck 8 bumner t) KJngraau..., .3 Total VI It is recommend...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

HUTCHINSON, riday, June 12th rprj p 1111. "It brings Into alliance the three biggctit show THE NATION'S SHOW : : THERE IS D OTHER All the Rarest Living Features and Greatest Artist ion Earth. Two Biggest Herds of Elephants, And the Best Trained on Earth. I Eminent Amusement The New Woman in Motley, A Real Royal Japanese Circus, Big Performing Animal Arena, Children's Topsy-Turvy Circus. DOUBLE STREET PARADES! Of Potential Splendors. At IOa, m., FRIDAY, JUNE 12th. ONLY GREAT ONE COMING. Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 p.m. Doors Open an Hour Earlier, ADMISSION 50c; Children Under 9 Years, 25c 12 Mammoth Water-Proof Tents; Seating Capacity, 1 5,000- Twenty-five Uniformed Ushers. Numbered Cupon Reserved Seat Tickets will be on sale at H. D. Winslow's Book Store, 23 North Main Street. HUTCHINSON, T"mp 1 0 FRIDAY, y UiAAv ut.i Vi rut., r-iii- riJUW M niatr iiinn EnonoouG . i enterprises in the world New York Recorder. 3 Only Trained Sea Lions and Seals, Pair of Giant Hippotami, Tremen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

ST. LOUIS TOKNADO. THE DEAD ABOUT 400 AND INJURED 3,600. Slow Progress Marie In Clearing Away the Rain Woe and Desolation on All Side Much Suffering by the Poor Peo ple Clothln ir anil Food Needed. St. Louis, Mo., June :. The situa tion in St. Louis, as viewed from the Republic's standpoint, is as follows: St Louis Identified dead, 130; un known dead, 18; missing, 33; fatally injured, 19; seriously injured in hos pitals, 401; estimated injured outside of hospitals, 1.0U0; property loss, esti mated, J0,000,000. East St. Louis Identified dead, 110; unknown dead, 0; dying1, il; missing, 10; seriously Injured in hospitals, 200; estimated Injured outside of hospitals, 2,000; property loss, estimated, $j,000, 000. It is believed that the deaths of the injured and the future recovery of bodies will bring the St. Louis death list well up to 200. In East St Louis the city officials declared that they have hope that the death roll on that side of the river will not exceed 150, but the ruins u...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

YOUNG AT FIFTY.' HOW A METHODIST MINISTER CARRIES HIS YEARS. ' "From the Times, Oswego, N. T. Probably no man Is better known or more highly respected In Oswego, II. T-. than the Rev. William SToung, of the Methodist church. Mr. Young holds a responsible position with the Oswego City Savings Bank, where he bas been an employe for the past twenty years. In the spring of 1894 Mr. Young looked as If his time on earth was lim ited but, Instead of falling as was pre dicted, he soon gained a more healthy look and appeared stronger. As the months went by this improvement con tinued, until now he is as rugged and apparently as healthy as a young man' of thirty, although his gray locks de note a more advanced age. A Times reporter, determined to find out what had made this great ' change, called upon Mr. Young at the bankand put the, question direct and received the following reply: . i "In truth I am a changed man, and I owe my present good health to Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills. In the spring...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 June 1896

FRAtK V. WOOD W A RD DENTIST. Office andrejidance In the McCurdy-Gillett building southwest comer of Main and Slier' man. Kcsidence third foor. Calls for Primaries). Second Wakd: The populists of the Second Ward are requested to meet at J. C. Stratton's store on North Main Street, Wednesday evening June 10 at 8 o'clock to elect delegates to the county convention. 0. W. IIexdee, Coin. SixTn Ward: The populist caucus of the Sixth Ward will meet Wednes day evening, June 10 at 8 o'clock, at mv residence 204. East Sixth St. Let us have a good attendance. T. J. Andeiison. Com. Fifth Wakd: The populists of the Fifth ward of the city of Hutchinson are requested to meet ut lien Kexroads' carpentersliop at No. 100, Avenue F, East on Wednesday eveniug, June 10th at 8 p. m. to elect delegates to the county convention. J.n. Kisukade, Committeeman. Third Ward: l'opulists of the Third Ward are requested to meet at the Gazette office at 8, p. w. Ved nesday June 10th to elect delegates to the conven...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

V trr TT MM THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY, AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. JUNE 11, 1896. NO. 40. VOL. 6. -sr A. v TO S. F. CANTERBURY, President. Bank of Hutchinson Paid Capital, $85,000.00. CATTLE PAPER A SPECIALTY. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT We have a special department for savings accounts, and pay 4 per cent interest on deposits of one dollar and upwards. ESTABLISHED, 1876. FIRST NATIONAL BANK HUTCHINSON. KANS. CAPITAL $100,000. Aigli? Bank in the Valley. H. Win Dicjbc- v DKTJG-S, GKOCBIES X17 South Main Street, hutchinson. Farmers trade solicited. Buys all k'nds of Farm Produce Is located In that section of Georgia traversed by the GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY whh la tlie only direct through route to the capital of the colony, connecting TtTlfton wflli thp TIf Railroad for bw (KItzgerald.) Bt thKonW parties from Chicago Indianapolis, Detrol . eveUd and 01. ninnatl can seoine sleepers w th only 0110 change (in depot at Nasnv...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

THE GAZETTE. X. fl. KiRUTOx A Co. S. 0. NUTTLITOK, IdiM KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS MEMS OF INTEREST. Russell is tioubled by "dry thunder' (tortus. Another "wet goods store"' hus been Dpened at Moundridge. Four men recently left Lyon county lor England with four hundred head if cattle. Madison has a woman barber, and ill the other artists had to leave town; lriven out. "Sister Alice"' is the churchhood ap- pelation of a Holiness female gospel ixpounder of Chase. A man hauled 1,000 bushels of oats l Cnnr-nrdia. and his best o.er was line cents a bushel Mound City is compelled to pay a iollar a hundred for ice, and the peo ple are making a great fusss about it. A wolf came within 300 yards of Paola one day last week, and a chat tel mortgage dealer shot it with a rill. It is told on good authority that Kansas suffers more from flood than from drouth taking a run of ten years. The Dickinson county farmers want the railroad commissioners to recog nize Kaffir corn as a marketable prod uct ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

ANKER AND FARMER . GERRY BROWN MAKES A SPLENDID ILLUSTRATION. How a Rnitle Old Hayaeed Fat Na . tlonal Banker In Hole Farmer All Understand tha Great Honey Question, and Will Tot Accordingly "Mr. Banker," said a farmer, "will you answer me some questions?" "Certainly I will," answered the banker. "We have a league In New York whose mission it is to reward or , pay editors to print our ideas on 'sound money;' but go ahead with your ques tions." "What is a. national banknote, for which we sell our labor?" asked the farmer. "A national bank-note is a promise of a national bank to pay the amount named on the face of the note," an swered the banker. "Pay what gold?" asked the farmer. "Oh, no; lawful money," answered the banker. , "That gives you an option of paying It in silver. Do you pay out sliver?" isked the farmer. "Mostly silver, sliver certificates, notes of other banks, etc.," answered the banker. "But, Mr. Banker, if you have the op Mtn and pay It in silver, why do you -ilalra t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 June 1896

Tbutcbliwon (5a3ette. Entered at the postoffice in Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON a CO. Proprietors. Tikiib or Jubbcription, l.0O pkr Year C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Druggist Fjescrlptions a Specialty. Worth Main Street Hutchinson VOUBT OF APPEALS COHVEHTIOM. A delegate convention of the peo ple's party of the Central Division of the Southern Department of the Kansas Court of Appeals is hereby called to meet in the city of Wichita on Tuesday, June S3, 1890 at 11 a. m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the court of appeals for said division. Tbo basis of represen tation in said convention shall be the same as that of the State convention held in Hutchinson on March 18, 1896. Upon said basis the different counties composing bald division will be enti tled to the following number of dele' gates: Barber Lyon 1 Butler S Marion 4 Cawse 2 McPhereon 4 Cowley Reno fi Greenwood 4 8sdgwlek S Harper 8 Sumner tt Harrey 8 Kingman Jl Total 81 It is reco...

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