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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

A. M V V V Bt^iaxw — * * : 4 ff £ j VALUES THAT MEAN SOMETHING!« §£ s 'IJMHEN. YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY you Want to spend it where it will do you some good \vr *k Y011 can g£t exactly what you v/ant, and where irou ci'n get valuereceived. We are making 190o die £ most prosperous of all in business, and arc keeping the goods and selling them at panic prices dt & v. | Our Dress Goods Line ^ , IS COMPLETE NEW BELTS and COLLARS linens, Lawns, dimities, Etc" JUST ARRIVED THIS WEEK Shoe.s*-The All Leather Kind If yon go ajnourtd in company with Friedman & Sheibv Shoes, you'll. travel far ani have foot com" fort all the way. Thay are made to last and look well all the time# and, they do it. There are no bet' ter Shoes made. we ask only a fair price for themi and every person who pays the money gets full value for it in these excellent ohoes. They Tit, and your satisfaction guaranteed. | Mew Line of Boys' Clothing % Pants is bring the boys to us, and let us make them look better Everyth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

' I V. , mm I ! % One of -the Essential of Uio happy homes of to-day is a va"it fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health nnd happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's beet products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented ami which havo attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi- viduals ohly, twiit of the many who have tho happy faculty of selecting and obtain- ing the best the world affords. One of tho products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com- mended by the Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is tho well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manuv facturcd by tho California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. WANTED Lftdj or Man. woll known In oiwli town in tho stain for | !<MNUit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

\ ✓l WOMAN'S PLACE 1N COMMUNITY. OF COURSE NOT. Dr. Edward Ev.r.tt Hal* on Th.lr Work and Influence. In hi* Monthly Tulk In the Woman's Homo Companion, Dr. Edward Ever- ett Hale says: "Will you please to remember that the bottom rock of American success j Is the habit or determination that every , place, village, town, neighborhood, or whatover you call It, shall have home rule. U 1 and Mr. Goodchlld want j to have a road and a bridge which shall go bark to the rhododendron | swamp, we build the road and we build the bridge with such help as he can j get frgm Mrs. Tucker or from Mr. i Champlln, and we do not write to a | sub-prefect, who writes to a prefect, who writes to an assistant com- mandant. who writes to an Intendent, who wrlteB to the secretary of engi- neers, who sends word to us from the Beat of Rovernmont whether we may build It. I.lfe where you stand ex- Clerk—A blind man to see you, sir. Master—Can't see me! . This Is No Joke. Hunt's Cure has Bavcd more people from the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

•4T •. .«v wrt v. •flrfpp I I yv % 1 1 1 <v5 i 4 CONSTIPATION Is the cause of much misery and expense. It clogs the vital organs with impurities and I rings on a general break-down of health. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a bowel regulator of the greatest merit. It relieves the bowels mildly yet thoroughly and extends its cleansing and strengthening influence to every part of the body. (let the Genuine with the Figure "3" In Keil on Front Label. Sold by Druggist*. Price $1.00 per bottle. CsitQiitrul 'jpinscc Barring the 'oath, «<id perhaps the beds, .'ftpen-se hot'.I* delightful. All during your stay In tholr spotless products you are madn to foel that you ere an honored guest, says Trarel Magazlno. Japanese etlquot Is lavished upon jyou and when you depart you are always given a tokon to remember your visit, usually a white, coarse cotton towel with blue pictures printed on iV You must thank t|)e little ma'd for this with an elaborate bow whon you go and the chorus of "Sayo Naras" f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

1 - , • V ■ V a. c tfntrrvd inmjervw*, 1901, nl Ihc Ulto, Tcxa iHwtofflce os SorondC'uts "loll Matter Aft ofCongrcv* h is/ Vol,I'MR VTII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FFBRUARY 28, 100S. Nr.Mni'K 12 a V/MUWV« I The Ooe Price Store i C0nVenienCes for the Farmer AND THE ONLY ONE IN ALTO, IS | C. M. MOtLL'S Many o£ the cities and towns have been diligent in conveniences for At Paine Brothers. Old Stand. <1 preparing laia the accommodation, of farm-!! Pa,,v fnr tl,e faitllful and honest performance of their duties 1 IiKCAi'sii no active officer or employe of ilie Continental, or any of •2 My specialties for the present arc flour, meal, bran, ^ f Chops, alfalfa hay, cotton seed meal and 8 f| hulls. My prices 011 these arc the very lowest, and ^ the same to every one. § All Kinds of Bulk Garden Seed in Stock 5 . ^ Partonize the house that appreciates your trade Don't g fail to see me when in need of anything in my line. 1 WAVWWVWT: C. M. INOEL,L, \ 8 tc: ft ti ? , A Few Reasons Why You Should Hn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

WW' ■ - - . Iiilnwi ii • i i • mbbppi; i- !' 'ft 1 :: the: alto herald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. TEXAS DEATH FOR 5T0ESSEL COURT MARTIAL CONDEMNS A COMMANDER TO DEATH. TEXflSi NEWS ITEMS. The hill has passed the ITousi making Port Arthur a ]>>>rt of cntrj ir. transit. A. 0. ('handler. aged fifty years j h native of I'oil in ('on nt v Mini a lead-1 ing McKinney lmsino.-^ man for ovei twenty-five your.-, <1 it <1 Friday. San Angela is given a populatioT of 12,.'500 by the in w directory now being delivered to subscribers. Thh is regarded as a very conservative es- timate. Her clothing catching on lire while her mother was gone from the room, two-year-old Katy Lee, was fatally burned at her parents' home ileal HIllC Ridge. Two hundred thousand feet o! ASKED FOR NO ftLLOWANCES Commutation in Vicv/ of Past Services, Is Recommended—Others Escape Condemnation. St. Petersburg, Feb. 21. — Lieu- tenant General Stoessel was con- demned to death yesterday evening by a milit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

1 AxMirmk-, ' ' • •• - • r- , , , ,,. . ... I' SUMMARY Of IKE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE A Breviary of Important News airi Happenings That One Wants to Know About. News is received that John Alcorn of Milam County was in a runaway accident, in which his neck was brok- en. The Commissioners' Court of Hopkins County has fixed the sal- ary of the County Treasurer at $1200 year. • Andrew Carnegie lias contributed $125,000 to the Robert Ivoek Insti- tute for the investigation of tubercu- losis. It is currently reported that John li. Wortham will oppose O. B. Col- quitt as a candidate for lluilway Commissioner. During a heavy rain, the oil der- rick at Cash was blown down and completely demolished. Theh der- rick was eighty-five feet high. After much consultation among leaders, Hoke Smith of Georgia will bo asked to be the Prohibition nomi- nee for President. A Mexican by the name of Maxi- mo Yaldez was killed near Karnes City Saturday. A Mexican wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

i - m i rt*K*mr • w. «mn ar« ** am/ wvw *• -W-J",r -. ffii f • ! « * • :«**• ■• "J Ifc ii I V I V' -J •U < i ■?? ;ft< I3 I 1 a ,.• i ■ ySSBMmn y k-v ^ ^ ^ ^ *&> ^ ^ ^ Cat, opr JL ^w^^/\^vrvvv\^v>*wv' 4 | Come and See the New Styles! /i ^ Our New Spring Purchases are Beginning to Arrive 4 News ft f* mui High Elaboration Marks the Dress Thought Of the period, Ahead of all competition are the Styles we are now sliowing jy \ We have already opened up some of the Daintiest and Most Fetching Wash Fabrics you ever saw. Not a bit high priced, either. We have the very f*r latest in Fabrics and Fashion in all leading colors here for your approval. A careful inspection of the beautiful materials we are showing will help you n to place that Handsome Spring Dress * — ^ t !| New Arrivals This Week: Just Received BRANd'sHOES for men, I J? it HOSIERY. NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS j |j "^TsTAR Kd'shSk \> J SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, BELTS, Etc ]j yOU jjUy( ancj get comfort and satisfacto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

-•w ' ■••W .J - . l_<« . V" ." V ♦ I r K, 'S m -2 % *iu ► *ii •■ L* u-J3 71" IT j& M 3d 7* r-i | P /> & /i rr~ ' ?<] - a * - sv 5 ^ HAT MijhlN SopiL ii 8 iiisiCi!i s = S; 5: Shoes—The All Leather Kind If you go around in company with Friedman & Shelby Shoes, you'll travel far and have foot com- fort all the way. Thay arc made to last and look well all the time, and they do it. There are no bet- ter Shoes made. We ask only a fair price for them, and every person who pays the money gets full value for it in these excellent Shoes. They fit, and your satisfaction guaranteed. |New Line of Boys' Clothing! Pants £ BRING THE BOYS TO US, AND LET US MAKE THEM LOOK BETTER Everything in Knee Pants from 50 cents to $1.25. ALEXANDER & KING. AN OVERALL with a GUARANTEE SWf . v(,yVOU SPEND YOUR MONEY you want to spend it where it will do you some good---where * v you can get exactly what you want, and where you can get value received. We are making 1903 the s- ;j! most pros...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

•• - «*■ % !*>« M——WWW ll I jllllf I1 .. liflM f„„ m m 1 1 I • w. I '•• I? V I * FINE RECIPE FOR C0LD9. Mix two ounces of glycerine with one half pint of good whiskey and one half ounce of Concentrated Oil of Pine. This latter Is a product of the Globe Pharmaceutical Co. of Dayton, Ohio, and conies In one half ounce vials and packed In tin screw top cases. Any druggist should have it. This simple mixture Is to be used In doses of n teaspoonful to a tablespoonful four times u day. The bottle should bo ■well shaken each time. Getting His. "Of course, you don't want anything Ton are not entitled to," said the con- scientious man. "Of course not," answered Senator Sorghum, "but I will Incidentally re- mark that I always have the best legal talent available to ascertain what 1 am entitled to."—M'ashlngton Star. Don't It J.-r You? To have a cough that you can't leave off—even when you go to bod? Put It away for good by using Simmons' Oough Syrup. It henls Inflammation of the throat and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

I. FROM ONE RECIPE BOSTON COOK MAKES 8IX DIF- FERENT DISHES. Roly Poly Pudding, Tea Blacults, Dutch Roll*, and Others Pre- pared from the Same Dough —How It Ic Done. How's this for cooking enterprise? According to tho llostnn Herald one young cook makes six different dishes from a hIiikIo reclpc. Here It Is: One quart of lifted flower, five tablespoog- fuln of baking powder, half a cupful of butter, ono small teaspoonful of sugar, half a teaspoonful of salt and sufilclent milk to make the dough of a soft consistency. With this foundation she makes any ono of the following daintfes: Holy poly pudding—roll the dough until It Is about half an Inch thick, tbeu cover It with fresh fruit and roll It up. Place It In a granite dish or earthen bowl and steam for half an hour. If pre- ferred, the dough muy be covered with Jain or Jelly, and after being rolled up tightly bake about three-quarters of an hour. For tea biscuits, place the dough on the mixing board and flatten It with the hand unt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 February 1908

■mst ■■ ■ >; .• .. .jF.jv.-r m -wf !■■ I I' 1 ; I f 1 If % \ u Nor roa the ui.u v/tu>. A* Far as S>;e Is Concerned. This Farmer Is Still Looking For a Wife. "I understand that you want i wife?" ventured tlie little widoA who had come down 50 miles in an- swer to a matrimonial advertise- ment. "Yes," replied the big farmer iti the red shirt, *'1 want a wife who can milk 10 cow before break fas', dean out the house, maka soap, feed (he pigs and churn ten pounds ol butter before dinner." "Gracious!" "Yes, but that's not all. She .must al.-o put up fruit, dry apples, make apple butter and do auy odd painting that might be needed around the house before supper. Then she must husk corn, shell peas, make ipiilts and whittle triggers for the rabbit I raps before bedtime. Then, when she goes upstairs, she v il find a lot of overalls, jumpers and jackets and a big gold-leaf sign right over the lamp, 'It is never too late to mend.' Then—" Rut the little widow had picked up her valise ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

IMnBOMMMmi mtntfrr"-iiiTt'wtiiii)i m iriiliiiiii <wwl>iwi'<'.iw' imfsttpfr -imSSSSSSv 5& 4' irra 11 tlntorrd Jcmuftrv.jR, inoi.nl ItU'. Alto. To.xa pcwtofflcO <P V''jn<K"l<i^.,*1all nqll.-r VtofConurr** -1 ir fi V km VOMJMF. VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, tooS NUMIil'K 13 ^wnutvaizsxrjjr£r#*Mra2n\\ix x*ia i Hie One Price Store 1 AND THE ONLY ONE IN ALTO, IS C. M. NOELL'S At Paine Brothers. Old Stand. 5 ^ My saccialtics for the present are FLOUR, MEAL, BR AN, g jjj CHOPS, ALFALFA HAY, COTTON SEED MEAL and n HULLS. My prices on these are the very lowest, and n ^ the same to every one. ^ I Ail Kinds of Bulk Garden Seed in Stock \ ?■ ( *< ^ Partonize the house that appreciates your trade. Don't § g fail to see me when in need of anything in my line. ^ I — C. M. NOELL \ In the kingdom of "never- brow-old" is the only place where there are no idlers. The fellow who finds noth- ing to do but croak is often tn an audience of but one. The road that leads to suc- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

ut H I f X •'• i 1 THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. TEXAS BIS IBS IBS. TAMPA'S BIG HUE LOSS FIFTY-FOUR ACRES ARE SWEPT COMPLETELY BARE. IT 18 SENATOR BRADLEY. Clarendon is to have a town cow election March 21. Charles IjbsscI, a Confederate vet- eran. aged seventy-seven years, died in Dallas last week. Prospectors are sinking a test well at Wising Star in Eastland County, in a promising oil field. Thursday night robbers dynamit- ed the W ells Fargo office at Eavernia and secured sonic $;iOO. Dallas policemen have been in- structed to clear all minors out of billiard and pool halls. Fifty thousand dollars street im- provement bonds were voted in l'aris Tuesday, the voting being 410 to 32. The base ball magnates are dick- ering with the railways for a two- cent fare rate over the Texas rail- ways. .Mrs. Gotler, an old resident of ]?ed Itivcr County, died last week at Bogota from the effects of burns re- ceived several weeks ago. The County Judge of Brown Countv has cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

r 'I SUMMARY OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE A Breviary of Important News and Happenings That One Wants to Know About. Dallas had a "tag day" Saturday to raise money for children's bene- fit. The sum raised was $5,121.35. One woman and and three chil- dren were burned to death in a lire at Pittsburg, Pa., early Saturday morning. The l'aris Board of Trade is in correspondence with a party from Colorado, who contemplates estab- lishing a creamery there. The program for the Baptist En- campment at Lampasas, July 11-2.?, is nearly completed, and several men of note are hooked for the occasion. Philadelphia was chosen as the meeting place of the 100!) convention of the United States League of Lo- cal Building and Loan Associations. Bulletins posted in the Sedalia Missouri Pacific SIkius state tlmt the shops will.remain closed indefinite- ly. Al>out eight hundred men are involved. John Vilek, a successful Bohemi- an farmer living near Granger, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

-w I I 4 Hi f r, \ . ' t fy/'l B* *sn~*P .: rm*a 3# %-**> '/} •%Jr •#,"* >V" <y<7' t-r. <* > *VA '-VA- 'I \f hi 'k *f1 \ vf f/ 't *rj (k r & V O fO-. IV* g srft <gfk :T "$ fel k? I I pj '! >1> I \ ^<r> i (P Ar''* IfUH 5 * '.j; ... f: sn* I r * a JL>> 5 it. < n* 1 C? (O VJvr ^ews ^ Tjr; *N. v W v rne ana See trie New styles! Our Mew Sp.-ing Purchases ore P;.(inning to Arrive High Elaboration Marks the Dress Thought Of the period, Ahcod of oil competition ; Styles we arc now showing the Wc have already opened up some ci the Dcinti-.rat sad Most Fetching Wash Fabrics you ever saw. Not a bit high priced, cither, \S •' \.C latest in Fabrics and Fashion in all leading colors here for your approval. A careful inspection of the beautiful materials we are .miowiiv have the sviii in to place that Handsome Spring Dress a o his Week HOSIERY, NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, BELTS, Etc 1 g^vt 1.M s. Received Our Spring line of SI AR j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

1 BR ■■■■ ••'"•■"mWL A t I In these_suggcstions, in fact in every portion of our jg*. is is the month we show Newest Sprin __ Merchandise—the month we Introduce to you th r* tWKstaszjzMSttrmskxnBXi: ■• ^■■^mammtoam/^mmi^aacxmcsM c\ c, j ,1 iNewest opring otyles—the month we name :« A ti f C? * ln thes« s«l 1A breath ot bpring g-g Our Laces and Embroideries will Catch Your Eve'! AND WE GUARANTEE THEY ARE JUST WHAT YOU WANT C- ^ /C\ /T\ ""IT 3 I / ^ Ycu arounc* *n company with Friedman-Shelby Shoes you will travel far 5 tlO v> I CJ|b1\ anc* ^ave ^COt com^ort way ^ They're made to last and look well all J' time, and they do it <There are no better Shoes made,It's /our money and T\ your feet to be shodYou can take feet anywhere for Shoes and spend your money for any Shoes you want'. < Take this from us—Ii you're looking for the best of it, you'll bring your feet and your money to this store, an put both into Friedman-Shelby Shoes, 4'the All Leather Kind" «.* ^ ,*t dg' ^re iv/ c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

"• *"%<a-:;> :> -UM,- ■ r "tt | -I i i Wl T" I K 1 "•! I TEMPEIUKCE WORKER. Says Pe-ru-tHi is a Wilunble Nerve ami j JHood Kttnvdy. THE MAN BEHIND THE PLOW. ■Azmffte : . *ilg MISS BESSIE FARREUL. TUTISS HESSIE FARIIELL 1011 Tliir.l •" Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., is Presi- dent of tho Young People's Christian Tempo raneo Association. She writes: "I'eruna is certainly u valuable nerve and blood remedy, calculated to build up the broken-down health of worn-out Women. I have found by persona 1 ex- perience that it acts us a wonderful re- storer of lost strength, assisting the stomach to assimilate and digest the food, and building up worn-out tissues. In my work I have had occasion to recommend it freely, especially to women. "I know of nothing which is better to 1)uild up the strengt li of n young mother, in fact, all the ailments peculiar to women, so I am pleased to give it my hearty endorsement." Dr. Ilartinan has prescribed Pernna for many thousand women, and he never fails to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

NEW IDEA IN SANDWICHES. MIS LECTURE ON J03. Delicacy That le Popular with Our Brother Dickey Think* He Was Over- English Cousin*. rated as Patient Man. —— An unusual xnndwlch Is the Devon- "j dunno what dey call Job a patient ehlre. It Is thoroughly English. Put man for," said llrother Dickey, "kazc half a pound of Vienna flour Into a baKln, add half a teaspoonful of Halt, a level teaspoonful of castor sugar and a full teaspoonful of yeast powder, then rub two ounces of butter Into the flour, and when thoroughly mixed moisten with a well-beaten egg and enough milk to form a dough. of all de growlers I ever hearn tell on he eho' wuz de growlinest. Hut ho Bho' did havo enough tor make him growl—dat ho did. De devil say: 'Looky yere, Job, you In my i>ower, now, an' I gwino ter 'fllct you wld a few biles.' An' Job say; 'AH right; fairly soft I i kin Btan' It ef you kin.' Hut de biles ! commence ter break out so thick an' 8PITE. I Knead (ho latter Just sufficiently to | fa8' jut Job s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 March 1908

m ■■ •'£«_ ■MM immarnzmvi -'. •••• - ••• i f i -■Pi >1 1 •>y I I I | I $? I f {fatiU «E&f u 4 *r '1-3* - -«.. •- j. «•*«* i he Mayor of 3u!in One of the principal re- quirements of a Mayor in Germany is unqualified hon- esty, for in the municipal ad- ministration of Gerinany graft hi any form would not be tol- erated. To become the Ma- yor of a city like Berlin the applicant must have estab lished his reputation for effi- ciency in governing other German cities. Ilis career is carefully scrutinized by the members of the Town Coun- cil,who select him.for not only must he be competent and successfully perform the du- ties of his high position, but •still so young as likely to re- inaiu competent for many years, for a Mayor in Prus- sia is elected for a term of twelve years, and if not re- flected after that period is en- titled to a life pension of half the amount of his salary. He need not ueccssaily be a resi- dent of Berlin at the time of his appointment—in fact, the Mayo...

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