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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

! . 1 V i * ' ' i "7-~' i i " ' ~ * i" asBflnflaKnnHHrr i^BHBBHHHBB for Infants and Children. Tlio Kind Yon Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Cluis. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his c personal supervision for over .'JO years. Allow no one t to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and e ** Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the , health of Children?Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Have Alvr? js Bought ' y* Bears the Signature of ( In Use For Over 30 Years. TMt ctwuvii cewFAwv. tr imnwov ?mtcT. wwtOMcirt. ? ? ll 1 1 ^ i? 1' e 1 i s nwcff //ir roanoke call ^ , ? and examine our stock =5 * of household nec ess i- 3 ( 5 r/fS. ^ ! ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. 1 z n salem avemue. 2 ' E roanoRe, va. 2 i I 11 Uiu lUiUittiUittlUiUittlttlttJttilUttlUiU 1U lUiUiUJUlUiul! Perieci Filling Garmenis ; AUK DK91RED by every men.whether be paya $10.00 or $20.00 for bU Butt or Overooat. That ia what we are moat particular about ourceivet?'THE KIT;...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

r ESmheE Fubtbhed Every Thursd Salem Printing and F C. D. Doutt, W. W. McCIuiin, Uu: Subscriptior Oue Year Niue Months Six Mouths Three Mouths 'l?HO>'E8, NUMH THURSDAY, KLDB SUSTAIN TllliM IN IT. As will bo seen from their c ird in another column nearly 1 all the merchants aud business h men of Salem have signed an ti agreement to hereafter close tl their stores and places of busi- il ness at 7 o'clock in the evening. This action is takeu after due a deliberation, and in order that r employer and employee alike " may have some time in the even- c ings with their families; to devote to social enjoyments, or to ' rest of mind and body. When t it is considered that the average ? working man gives only nine or K . ten hours in return for a day's h pay, whilo the average merchant and his employees have been devoting anywhere from 8 fourteen to sixteen hours a day, 1 it will bo readily seen that the v change to shorter hours is not 1 only right and proper, but in the ^ interest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

hi i . i i . i. -i MY THOUGHTS HIGHER Tit AN YOUR THOUGHTS. Not- long ago, while driving to ohuroh on a Sunday after-noon at S&tara, I passed a holy mendicant with disheveled locks and ashes and rags upon him. His right hand had been held up for so many years that it was withered aud dead. The finger-nails had grown several inches, and wore dangling down like white 0#?{n ivii T t utna n lmrril\ln oiorUf ova iu^o. xv *? uo u uviiiviv oi^uv? I heard some one say of him: "Ho has made a vow,and given his hand to God." flow different is God's thought: "Stretch forth thine hand!" A hand given to Him is a hand made strong and active in doing of% His will. A body given to Him is one to which He imparts His own health,quiclcening and very life. It is not only the"bo<ly for theLord," but "the Lord for the body." Therefore are we bidden to present our bodies " a living sacrifice, holy,acceptable unto God, which is our "reasonable service." Oh if we could but enter into G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

! I written by tncn who know, tell E a you all about I Potevsh | N They are nrcilnl by every man | r P who <lesires to gel the moat out 9| ' Bq They ATv/rtt. Send pcwtal card. Hgl , B UKKBAN KALI W#KK? < H Sivr VorL??A 5???nu K'rv??, J' ' C j H DO YOU EVKK IMtAiSE I YOI K WIFE? 1 I How long ago vra.s it that you praised her? If you have not praised her recently, and perhaps you havo not done so in the last six months, resolve to praise Iter for something to day. ] Your wife deserves praise. Almost every person on earth deserves praise. L never saw a person who could not do somo one thing bettor than any ether 1 persons could do that thing. ' But your wife above all the people ou earth should receive from ' you encouraging words. There ] is no ono on earth who is doing! so much to make your life and j your borne comfortable and attractive as your wife. Before you wore married i atn sure vou 1 praised this woman, you complimented her upon her personal ' appearanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

r~? ' ~ ^altttt ?itttt^88 Mtftl&ftf -awiD- ^ # (SLonsotibateb Sjetifitwl '^STowciiibcr id, 1903. $ I Vol. 38. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1904. No. 37~ TRAVELS ABROAD. Mrs. Sillimuti Resumes Her Interesting LcKcrs?Tells Now of Foreign I.amls. [Pi?r tho Tiuis-llKiiHrtrt asd Kf.sti.NEt..) NVo left Now York, Friday at 2:30 I*. M., October 2ml. la^t, on the "Arabic" of the Whito Star Lino, tonnage nearly 15,000, and reached Liverpool at 11:30 A. M. October tho eleventh. It was tho beginning of the realizition of a long fabricated drenin?to go abroad. NVo went away amidst tho good wishosof dear friends who camo to tell us good-bye, and wo held in our hinds flowers and fruits and bon-voyago letters from others who could not come, but had sent those lovely reminders of ttieir thoughtful friendship. it is an interesting time when a large steamer leaves for the other side. To many, it is no inoro than a night's journey, aud they think nothing of it. But among the nume...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

t TIMES-KEGISTER.; and SENTINEL. j THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11.1901. MOTll i: It OF SUYKNTI5KN DIES, AO ED OS. Pittsfiold, Mass., February 8 ?Mrs. John Elser, sixty-eight, of Dalton, who took several prizes in 1888 for having tlio largest family of children then living of any woman in Now Eoglaud, died this morning. Ilrs. Elser baa had sevouteen children, of which fifteen arc living. Mr. and Mrs. Elser celebrated their golden wedding on October 23d, 1903, with a oratliorinc of fill their children and grandchildren. When President Roosevelt was in Dalton and Pittsfield as the guestof former Governor Crane, in September, l'JO'J, Mr. Riser, with the Governor and President, planted a tree in Mr. Crane's yard which is now known as the''President's tree." Boforo her marriage Mrs.Elser was Miss Emily Pollock. iSho was one of a family of fifteen, children. Mr. Elsor was the ouly child in his family. His father served uuder Napoleon. He was a landscape gardener and has been employed for some time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

to f TIMES-R.EGISTER. and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1904. Sdleui oflleeis doofTeuders up qulokly. Last Friday tbr iloie of Major J. A. Walker was robbed. By 10 o'clock next day ilie thieves had beeu cap tared, and h> 0 o'clock e? nt ou to the grand jury for iudicluieut. Great Britain has identified herself with the Japan'e' position week by week, until she is altuo-t as deeply couiuiitt?d a< J?r>.,n. But h committal does no; commit Great Britain,by a |to m) d? al. TO LEND. II.. nnnil rani . ........-It.. I.. \'|| f(VVU ?V?? ? nin t/V PCUUI M) 11J Koaiioke oity and In Koanuke ami dford counties $300, $700, $1,000 aid larger turns. Mokkktt & Fox, ?&leui and Kunnoko City, Va. IN THK CLBHK'8 OFFICE OK THE CIKniIt Court of tho County of ltounokc, on the litli iltiy of February, lam. Salome Stoutamirc et als.} Plaintiffs, Against Eugene Macrander et ills. ; Deft niluiiU. IN CIIANCEHY. Tho object of this suit Is to sell the lam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

i K t g?-> ii n* A Mat of There is a qu Baking Povvde the food more wholesome. T of Royal has I physicians, an< ingly endorse mend it. ROYAL BAKING POW The Output. Ttao output it tho key-noto to profit. In deciding upon a price at which to sell, n manufacturer, no matter what article ho has to olTor, considers how many ho is likely to sell, and basoB his charge accordingly. It is quite reasonable, too. If a tailor eolls only two suits of clothes each week, hi* income must conio from the prulit of these two suits. If ho cau. however, double or troble his output without materially increasing his working expenses, ho can naturally afford to make the profit on each suit much less. Again, this output decides tho buying power. It is only nocossary to state that there have been manufactured and sold over 77,000 EMERSON PIANOS prove what the buylug power of is great Company must ho. Tho small manufacturer who turns out uulv a few pianos each month will certainly have t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

* ''SfvaBMpan for Infants and Children. Castorin in a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric* Drops mul Sootliiug Syruns. It is riciiMunt. It contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroy1* Worms ami allays Feverishncss. It cures Diorrlnea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels* giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. Til P. THud Yrm TTatta Alwaira "Rnnrrhf ? ? A V VI. UVV I V -LJLX II WlJ Kf JLTV/UgUU ( y* Bears the Signature of < \ In Use For Over 30 Years. B * i ? WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL 3 i i ? ANO EXAMINE OUR STOCK r\ i | ? OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- 3 ] ^ E ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. 1 ! ^ 17 SALEM AVENUE. ^ E roanoKe, va. 3 < E? p i | m I 1 | I _ iiU iUlUiUlUiUiUiUiUiUlUiUiiUUiUiU iU iUiUiUiiliUiui Piffled Filling Garmenls ARK DK3IRKI) by every man.whether he jrays $10.00 or $20.00 for hit Suit or Overcoat. That is what ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

SALEM TIMEHEGI! 1'ubllsliod Evftty Thuri Salem Printing and C. D. Denl W. W. McClun*. D Subscriptio ?)ne Year . Sue Months -V Mouths "I I: ree Months ...... "PHONES, NUM THURSDAY, FEE Tho dog law remains a live Mutate, tho legislature having wisely, refused to amend it. I hat's right; let it ulono or do away with it altogether. Tho war between Russia and .1 ipun is on in full blast. Bully lor Japan. wo nope she'll unash every ship the Russians have, and give thorn a real round thrashing in short ordor. Thoie is a hill now boforo the legislature making habitual drunkenness for three years grounds for divorce. Well, any good woman tied for threo years to a man habitually drunk has well earned any relief that the law can give. The heartfelt symyathy of every Southerner particularly goes out to the ike-stricken city cf Baltimore, which suffered so terribly from the havoc of the tl itnes this week, for Baltimore is, in every essential, a Southern ct.y. Her loss is disastrous) but her peo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

UIJ.Mi II? I tt\W, LOVK!> AND WED HIS SISTER'S NURSE. A Norfolk spc al to tho Philadelphia Enquirer says: As the culmination of as pretty romance us ever happened in real life a wedding was solemnized here in which the principals wore a Northern woman and a Southern man, tho former a trained nurse the latter a wealthy land-owner, u bachelor, who being captivated after a short acquaintance, proposed marriage, was accepted and married all within u month. The bride of to-day was Miss Mary Waldron Cooney,formerly of Boston, who graduated as a nurse at St.Vincent's hospital, this city, and J.Robert Nichols. of Bedford City, which is in the southwestern part of the State. * The quests of honor were the cograduates of the bride. A mouth ago Miss Cooney that was was called to Lynchburg to nurse a sister of the groom. Miss Nichols was quite ill but the trained nurse brought her back to health. Mr. Nichols was at the home of his sister and there met Miss Cooney. It was a case of lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 February 1904

i Potash! is removed in Jan, quantities from the soil by the.' i ?\v?ng of crops and selling them from the farm. Unless the Potash ho restored to | tlie so.l, good crops can not concontaining v.?Iuretortls of accnr- I J tmuBsm--farmer who will write for it. GERMAN KALI WORKS, York 08 Vu*?nw Mrtc!, oi* At! until. lift.- So. Itrond SU A part of the prevalent prosperity is, the remarkable development of electric railway communication. Hoston has been brought next door to Now York. No v York is within an hour of Philadelphia l>y the now lino of trolleys; a grand boua mrd will soon bo finished from Washington to Boltimoro, with a double track electric; and in Ohio an arrangement hu . been made to unite the oleetrio roads of that State,so that it (ran be completely traversed without recurring to steam. For Kent. Two desirable suits of rooms in the TlMKB-llKQIHTlMt >v Skntinki, building on College Avenue All modern couvt-nietusec?both oJnpels, and large airy ro uiK Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

** ?ow?olibateb ^9TODem^>c,r '#? W03* & Vol.38. SAIjEM, VIRGINIA, THUf^PAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1904. No. 38. TRAVELS ABROAD. Stecton Manor, Kelf(bley, England. (No. 2.) Written for the Timbs-Kkoistbk and Skntinku a At 2:15 p. m., on the 12th of October, we left Chester for Keighley in Yorkshire. At Bradford, the widely known manufacturing town of worrfted goods (300,000 inhabitants), our friend, Sir Swire Smith, joined ns, and after a short railway journey took us to his beautiful home about three miles from Keighley?Steeton Manor. Never could tourists have fallen into better bauds. My usband knew what awaited us*for this was his eighth trip to England, and he had always been welcomed by these lovely people. But to me it was all new. and it was a chartninc realization of all I had.thought old English hospitality to be. Here wus a topical English home, ivy-clad and tu netted, absolutely comfortable, combining the old picturesqneness with modern improvements, and stum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

4* J&zBm bk hmbh /" /Absolutely : ditka \ 1 UIC V pound of F Hence it f produces f flavor and i R( MILITAKY JAPAN. Japan is divided, for military purposes, into seven districts, each of which is occupied by a division. The hendquarters of those districts are located, respectively, at Tokio, Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, Kutnamoto and Sapporo. There is also the imperial guard, with headquarters, of course, at Tokio. They are to be distin guished from other soldiers by having a rod, instead of a yelI f\ur lian?l *1*^ " " UIUU1IV4 HIV3 \sd|f, UUU aro "a picked corps" who present a very lino nppeannco. Tlie war footing of tho Japaneso army exceeds 500,000 men, and its peace fooling is .almost 200,000. Theso figures tako account only of combatactB. Tho , discipline, courage and enduranco of the Japanese army haye 1 boon clearly exhibited side by 8ido with tho troops of Occidental nations in China, and have su'Terod naught by comparison. The army has boon called "the most ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

J" TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1#W. Farmer Heir to $000,000. Suffolk, Va.. Feb. 15.?W. D. Rtdwoo<l, a fi?riu?r, who Uvea near Uhk noli i, iu N tiihiMuou'l Couuty, Vn , h >8 r*.o-ived word ftoiu New York tint by ilii will of hla father, who ' tlio 1 recently he Inherits #000,000,and that hh aotia got #00,000 each. He 1 wood, whoae hotue formerly whh iu N?.? York, luia been f milium iu Virg'uiu about ii.tteu ye.ire. TO L.ENI*. On good re?l ratate aecurity ill Kouioke oity and in Honuoke and H drord couuties *500, $700, #1,000 a id larger sums. Mokhktt & Fox, "aleiu and Hoauoke City, Vn. I IN TMK CI.KKK'8 OFKICK OK THE Clltruli Court of tho County of Roanoke, on tho I itli <lny of February, IwOf. Baloitto Stoutanilro ct als. 1 Plaint IITs, Against Kugoiiu Macranderet all. } Deft ndnnts. IN CHANCKltY. Tho object of tlits stilt Is to sell the lunds of , which Kllus Murray seised and possessed, SltUHted In hoalluke Count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

TIMES-HEGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS. 1904 ltlHKUFSH I SK OF SUHgkky. Ite s |> o ii s i l? 1 e Mctlicul Mou Sliouhl Cull o llult On Crowing lOvil. From tho Post: The medical profession should call u halt on tho reckless and often fatal use of tlio tllifil liv mmnnf ifu ?->/???. bers in the ordinary ailments and predicaments of humanity. One is led to believe from reading the newspapers that the human family was invented for the express purpose of nlfordiug subjects for the skillful operator's knife. Somo lime ago, while in charge of college elassos in Northeastern Ohio, I was informed that one of our students was ill. I called at his room and found him coiled in his bed. Said 1 : ".Mr, K., what is tho matter?" "Oil. the doctor says 1 have appendicitis and must be sent to I Aun Arbor to bo operated upon," " Appendi-nonsense!" said I. " Take a doso of castor oil and you will bo all right." lie did so, and tho next day was out on his wheel. Tho same ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

* ? . . ov-""l I ' ' ,l~ WB1LTB OF DIVINE OH. Nothing Disreputable About Riches, Declares Mrs. Annie R. ill Hit*. Women Majority of Hearer* of IMscourse by California Woman Under Auspices of Soul Culture School. ** The divine origin of Wealth," was the subject of a discourse delivered at liausclier's yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of the School for Soul Culture, by Mrs. Annie Kix Militz, of California. Mrs. Militz announced that there was nothiug disreputable about wealth, but on the contrary, that it was an emanation and an attribute of the Creator. The aspirants for soul culture numbered something more than 100. The feminine preponderated so overwhelmingly as to induce the apprehension that the souls of the other sex either do not require cultivation or else are so mired in iniquity that their cases are hopeless. There were only six or eight men on hand. " Wealth is the expression of thought in our midst," announced Mrs. Militz. " It is Godly to bo well fed, well clothed,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

i SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Ttiursi Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Don it W. W. McClunn, Bu Subscriptioi ' % ?)ne Year .\ Utt) Mouths Si\ Months ...... l'hree Mouths ...... 'IMloNKtf, MUM1 TIIUKSDAV, l'^EB HOAKOKE BKIiAVEl) ALL RIGHT. < >n Tuesday tho Roanoke Kvoning No V8 said: 4,Roanoke i ? todav on trial." haviuir refrr- ^ nee to the | rosence thereof the 1 iu'Kto fiend, Williams, and his military guard, closed with a strong appeal to tho peoplo to I1 lot the law take its courBo in dealing with hi in, unfettered ? and uninterrupted. h If i * plain that tho articlo was inspired and published from the g very he:*t of motives; hut woaro a confident '.hat tho appeal was as 1 unnecessary as was the great c military guard that thronged c tho city's sheets that day. Uii- g lo. s wo are ready to say that the o great majority of Roanoke's ti citizens wore not willing to n abide by tV> law, it inubt bo confessed th . it looked the part e of child's I'li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

for Infants and Children* 1 1 li , The Kindlon Have Always Bouslit has borno the signa- a tare of Clms. II. Flcklwir, and has been mado under his , personal supervision for over iH) years. Allow 110 one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and P ** Just-as-Rood?' aro hut Ex|K>rlmonts, and endanger the h health of Children?Experience against Experiment. a Thft TCind Ymi TTfl.vft Alw: ri fimicht. h yy Bears the Signature of * \ In Use For Over 30 Years. ' ^WITflTfltfWWWWITfnfltfWItflffWWtffltfWltTWItfWH?? j I ' i; I ? WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL ^ i = AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK =3 | ? OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- ^ 1 I ? TIES. -:- -;- ^ ! ! | ENGIEBY & BRQ. CO. % < | Z. IT SALEM AVENUE. I2S t E ROANOKE, VA. - jg * I i ~ 3 i 1 5 f r= ^ I 1 1 Hi i '1 \ fr 1 I 1= ^ 73iu iiiuiiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuauuauaiu m iuiiuuwiuiusss | Periecl Filling Garments ?1 AUK DK3IRKD by every man.wbetlier he pays $10.00 or $20.00 for bis Suit or Overcoat. That is what we are rnoet partic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 February 1904

* i N- 1-4 V) t w . .. I. ss.MS. Small Potatoes i result from a lack of Potash : in the soil. Potash pro- 8 duces size anil quality. 1 v I u a b I e . . It books which ^j, I explain more fully the fer- fl tHiring value jj 1 GERMAN KALI WORKS, , & Now York?90 Nhmru Slrrct. or n Atlanta, ii*.-**80. Brand 81. ^ j d If }ou waut to get at the kernel K tiret crack the bhell. D n Escaped An A wt'u 1 Fate. c Mr. II. Ilaggihs, of Melbourne, ^ Flu., writes, " My doctor told me I hud Consumption and nothing could n ? be done for me. I was given up to ? dir. The offer of a free trial bottle 1 of Dr. King's New Discovery for ? Consumption, induced me to try it. Results were startling. I am now ^ on the road to recovery and owe all 1 to Dr. King's New Discovery. It surely saved my life." This great a cure is guaranteed for all throat and t Jung diseases by W. 'J1. Younger, Druggist. ITiee, 50c. and $1.00. ^ Trial Hot ties free. li It's 00 lutu to spare when the gran- I nry is bare. t ...

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