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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 May 1905

Il-ili IKliiUJNli. oro. r. Ht cmtnr, M ANSIE K. KI CHtllT, illtertkad rablUkar. ItkKrlrtltiRWlli OmVui .....1. I ThrMi. .. ! Mlh, Sin I Copi.-.. Enter acconlln Is Ik Kl ot CtimiI tU 4om ofRc at Kick Hill, momiI dw 0 Bmt We gladly welcome "Sun shine" back to our columns this week and all our renders -w ill join us in congratulation upon her re storation to comparative health and wish for her long life and happiness. The union of the Baptist church, north and south, is a move in the right direction. Let us hope that the tendency to union will not stop until it has brought together all the churches that were divided by the Mason and Dixon line. We call the attention of our old soldier readers to the pension decisions in this issue. We have made arrangements with the well known firm of pension atty's Milo B. Stevens & Co., by which we will publish every two weeks, such decisions as interest the old soldiers of this community. If you are interested in such decisions, how is the time ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 May 1905

LOCAL MIKFS. $ Zol Davis is in the city visit inn relative. Send u tlio iiows by wlr. Our tcloplioiip Im No. Jerry Culbertxon, of t lie Prince Mining Co. upent Sunday in tlx; city. Miss Maggie Barber hu gone to Kansas City on a visit to rola five. Prof. P. M. Stephen, of Hume ha been elected principal of the Kich Hill high school. J. II. Kaney, of Sprague, was in the city Monday, - attending strictly to business. Mr. Wm. Youard, of the water works station, visited friends in Nevada Monday, returning Tues day. Nita and Koss Jones, children of J. Ed Jones, city clerk, have gone to Butler on a visit to rela tives. The Walnut Street M. E. Sun day School will celebrate the first Sunday in June ns Chil dren's Day. Miss Eula Weeks, who wishes to attend college the coming year declined a re-election as teacher in our schools. Mrs. Chas. Burrows went to Uutler Monday for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. (. M. Smith and other relatives and friends. Mrs. C. IL Reed is still very low at her ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 May 1905

ran iflf A DY KARV IpfcVEREVX rTTK ILLUSTPADON3 Or OOM C. WILSON CHAPTER XXV. Lafltte, after t!ie departure of Gen. La Roche, permitted himself the sol ace of tarrying n hour or no longer, although he exchanged scarcely half a drum word with Mademoiselle de Cazenean. aa they, with Latalle and Harold Ftewart, Mt on the broad ver anda. He was unaccountably anxious snd depressed; there semed to be aome thlog In the air about hint that sot his nerves aqulver, and filled htm with strange feelings. It was after three o'clock when, with a reluctance of which his manner gave no hint, Lafltte rose and signi fied that he must be going. -Will you not come again soon." asked Lazalle, a new wistfulness showing In her face and voice, as he extended his hand to her. Lafltte's only reply was a smile; and turning- to say adieu to Mademoi selle de Cazeceau. he saw that she had left the veranda, and was stand ing on the lawn, some little distance from the bouse. She was looking off toward the woods, a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 May 1905

". :v..v'-" v " C '4.' '-VVt Vt-: ' ; cv.;fKt . 5 v.. va IWJ. 1 KELLLR RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA. Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Mias MUdr.nl Kelar, 718 13th ttmt, N. W., Wanliing-toa. I). C, writ: "I can aafely recommend Prruna for cntarrh. t hitd it for year and it would rDil to no kind of treatment, or If it did it wu only temporary, and on the slighta-at prurucatiuu the trouble mould come back. wva it sicA a Afatf fAf my trltndt were 'Jarmed about me. and I wot advlte , to Jji' (Ate climate. Then I frVew Peruna. ami to my great for found It helped ma from the tint dot I took, and a lew bottle curve ma. "It built up roy constitution. I re gaiueil my appetite, and 1 ferl that I Kin perfectly well mad strung." Mildred Keller. We have oo file many thousand teU mooials like the atove. We ran give cur readers ouly a slight gh in rave of the vast array of unsolicited endorsement lr. llarlman is receiving1. WASHDAY means a, day of hard labor to hotivr keepe...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 May 1905

Our Clubbing Kales. We will trnd you the Tribune ami the Toledo Iilade one year lor $1.00. We wilt send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Star (or $1.00, We will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $t.oo. We will send you the Tribune and tlie Knnsus City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will send you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman' Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for J 1.50, We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for ti.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. I We will send he Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor f 6.00. We will send you t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

"JT TOEMUMEL, VOLUMB Iff niClI HILL, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JU5B I, IJKK5. 21. 39 RICH E iLlGLio REMEMBER THE DATE! RICH HILL 1hSay 8. COMING IN COLOSSAL GRANDEUR THE CHERT 'SHOUTS! 3 - RING CIRCUS - 3 Double Menagerie, Hippodrome, Ariel Enclave and Horse Fair. 300 finest Horses On Earth 300 75 Dens of Rare Wild Beasts 75 35 Double Length Railway Cars 35 6 Acres of Water Proof Canvass 6 r. :.-Vi -, vf iv:---r V 2 Herds of Ponderous Pachyderms 2 2 Droves ofCamels The Highest Salaried Musical Organization in Existence Tilt IVCOV.PARVBlt BANDA ROSSA coMrosio or Master Musicians 50 Beyond all doubt or dispute the grandest military concert band ever seen with, any tented exhibition. BE SURE AND SEE THE Mammoth Mass of Moving Magnificence that will pass through the principal streets on the Forenoon of the Day of Exhibition. Superb Splendors, New and Novel that make it moro than ever a truly Grand Free Street Parade. WORLD'S INCOMPARABLE ACROBATS and Dromedaries 2 50 Oar 8ntlmiuti. Wo note by...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

THE TRIBUNE 0EO. P. HUCKKBT J Editor an KANNIBIl. HUCKEDT f Fublisbsrs RICH HILL MISSOURI A Pennsylvania postmaster has tout hi mind. Lou of lilUe things get lost In the malls. A New Jersey milkman wsi drowned in his well. A horrible ex ample to lie trade. It It a wast of time to argu with an angry tornado. Avold.lt entirely. lt It have ita own way. "What makes the plain girl pretty t" k the Philadelphia Inquirer. JSnff netlsro and twilight, sometime. "An honest man." says a Tammany organ, "Is the noblest work of God." It prints the item in Ita joke column. A scientific analysts has shown that Chicago restaurant keepers make lemons, butter or eggs. How Ingeni ous! Jim Jeffries bequeaths the cham pionship to Fitzslmmona. and the usual attempt will be made to break the wllL It Is not believed that an Injunction printed In the largest type would have the slightest effect on a determined tornado. Says the observant Boston Globe, "The grass Is com ins up fresh and green this spring." Unu...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

3L BY ivfAKY &EVEIIEUX MTM iLLUSTPATTOrO BY DOM C. VVUON CHAPTER XXVI. Night la New Ortean. where the former gay life of tbe street bad for Viacy tffkl been hushed by tb tarewiened calarul'y of aa attack, or nWWo siege. Tb air of the city, mtirgy and life leaa the thur.der shower of the cny had left It, w still more un bearable Inutile the wall of the gaol, where, on the upper foor, in a op 11 whose one narrow, iron barred win dow faced the east, lay Pierre Lafitie. Tbe gaoler's wife rame In with Jug of water, and filling a cup, held It to the stricken man's lips while gently raisins his head. "M nieur Pierre, I trust you will cot be angry with tne that I sent thin afternoon to Father Phlllpe. and ak d that a priest bo sent here for your comforting." Is it Father rhilipe of the Coeur de St. Jean?" he asked. "Surely, m'sieur; and a saint him self." she answered quickly. "Very well, then madatne; you may fcnj the priet to me." said Pierre, wearily, and wouderir.R If by any chance ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

The Tribune. WANsiR r. mcur.nt. ttdttori P'lltrt. bMrlgtlBltttl Una Yat Sis Stonthi.M .60 TTbr Sf nfiiSa... 2lS l (-OptM... ...a -.03 A Witty Hncrcli. UK following speech- was rc- ccnlly furnished the K. C. Journal by Supt. Greenwood of the K. C. wind-galled, swerneyed, pttt-hnnf. ed, distempered politicians had their noses in the public crib till there ain't fodder enough left to Fnitrtd ccotiiln la ill act el CoofKaala Um pmt oWu at kkh Kill, kooimJ clan auifl MilM The, tyranny i governments hurts those the least who under- stand self government. The people who wnnt to do away with all government, are those who need to ho pverned the most, for they tire least able to govern themselves. turned laughter.) The thing can't be did. The public grindstone ii a gieat '.munition, tir yet sir, a great institution. One of the greet- It takes the Japanese To-go after the Russians and Nebo-get-off their track. President Roosevelt will take another trip this faJL This time he will go down throu...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

5 LOCAL iiUIEFH. j Hciul im the ih'wb hy wlri Our telephone. U No. 02. Mit Myrtle Garner, of ner Hut Itr, i visiting Miss Zella 1'arker nd other (rirnds. Ex-county Surveyor R. E. John ton ws in the city Monday looking after river drainage matters. Ice cmuu and cuke for Hk. by the Junior next Friday nitfht at Wulnut St. M. R Church. Ralph Spraker ha gone to join his father in Oklahoma where he u now runniug his merry-go-round. Miss Jessie Huckeby has arrived home from a visit to Moberly, Mo. with her brother Geo. A. Huckeby. Mrs. Mary E. Gross returned last Thursday evening, from an! extended visit to a sister in Keno county, Kan. Mrs. O. R Moore, of Pittsourp Kas., was the guest of her broth er, W. C. Stonebraker and family the first of the week. Mrs. C. A. Denton and children who has been visiting friends in this city the past lew days, returned home Monday morning. The Royal Neighbors weight so cial at Odd Fellows hall last night was a great social event and enjoy ed by all presen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

TENT TREATMENT FOR TUBERCULOUS INSANE Superintendent of Largo Eastern Hospital Has Demonstrated Its Efficiency A. R Mvdor.ald, U I R, M. P. medical superintendent of tbe Manhat- tan State Hospital. Rant, gives II traphto account of tent life aa tried undor hi direction for a large number of Insane consumptives. Tbe follow lug extracts are from bis paper In the Iiirectory of Institutions and Societies Scaling with "Tuberculosis In tie United States and Canada": That consumptive insane patients mar be kept, and treated, to their ad vantage and Incidentally to the ad vantage of their fellow-Inmate, In canvas tents, and throughout the ev ral seasons of the year, has been temonstrated la the recent history of the Manhattan State Hospital, East. The experiment npoa the success of which this claim Is advanced has cov tred a period of forty months. In all hfri'!s for the Insane the in mates are classified according to the lorm of mental disturbance. To take from all these classes any suffer...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

Backache, "The Blues" Eotr Symptoms of Organic Derangement tn Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief. tlow oftrn do t hrtr womro mt: "It tmi as though my back would break," r"lVir t iprili to me, 1 am all out of trt?" The significant remark prove that theayste m requires attention. ftarkwrhe and " the bloea" ar direet symptoms of an inward trouble which will sooner or latr declare itwrlf. It may be ranted by diseased kidney or some, aterine dersncemeat. Jiatnr rrjnlre avaistanee and at once, and I.ydia E I'iDkhsin'a Veg-etable Com pound Instantly aert it curative powers in all tliow peculiar ailment of women, it Iims been the standby of lntrliient A mrrjran women for twenty yearn, and the ablest specialist afrree that it is the most universally iuwtm ful remedy for wouiau' known to Medicine. The following letter from Mra Tlolnies and Mra. Cotrelv are imorj the uiany thousands which Mra. 1'idk tiam haa received this year from those whom she haa reliered, Hurelv such testimony is co...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 June 1905

C;:r CJatilnj Hates. We will C!kI you the Tribune anJ the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will send you t!ie Tribune an. the Kansas City Star for $1,00, We will send you the Tribune mi J the Farm and Fireside one year for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune nnd the Kansut City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune nnd the Farmer and Stockman for $"35- We will send you the Tribune and the Woman't Home Compan ion one year for J 1.50 We will send you the Tribi'xb and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for f 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. . We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for $6.00. We will send you ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

TRIBUNE Aq VOLUMK 15 BIC1I HILL, MI '80UItl,TllUlt80AY, JUNE , ltK)5. K. 4 it HIS RICH E Honor the Irving Comrade. Would it not Im! a novel way to signalize our sincerity of profes sion of love for the old noldiera which finds such effervescent nnd profuse expression in flow ers of the field and of rhetoric on Decoration day to remember and honor the living comrades in our midst before they depart hence? It would be such n surprise to them to find the orators and those who arrange the decoration cere monies really mean what they say when they declare with re sounding emphasis that we owe all we are or may be as a nation to the boys in blue! We old fellows have had our quiet smile over all this mockery heretofore, taking the sweet nothings of the orators on this day of days as meaning no more than "words of sound and fury, tales told by idiots," or if that surmise be wrong, and another guess allowed a right smart bid for the soldier vote. We honor our dead, and the (Jrand Army of the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

0 THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HUCKF.lt I Editors an NANNIE R. HUCKEBT f Publishers TUCH HILL . . . . MISSOURI Perhaps a man who thinks that con science Is all tommyrot bat on of that kind. Highwaymen robbed a preacher of $35 and a watch, but ha did nut live la Vermont. A Parisian ballet stsr has Just rsssed away at the ago of eighty. Cut off In her prime! Atlanta horseshoers have gone on a ttrlke. Atlanta might get around this troubla by using mules. Aroiher man has acted on Pr. Os ler'a ruggestlon by killing himself at the age ot "0. He said that Osier was right. Isn't ft about time the British com mons dissolved, when the members are becinnlng to see ghosts ot former M. P.'a? Any one having a few odd pounds of radium would do well to sell now. The price baa advanced to $3,000,UOO an ounce. Hush O. Pentecost's remark are In explicable. Think of a man w ho lives in New Tork saying there Is no such thing as erii: Mavb the theory Is that if a patient shows himself husky enouph to stand life I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

NCVVJ OFniJJOURI A 15,000 TIRE IN BOSWORTH, MO. Th Townspeople to Organize (or Bet ter Fir Protection. UOHWORTII. MO Thin ton was threatened wlih tt ruction by fire about 1 o'clock Thursday morning. l!y th effort of 2nd volunteer fir fighter the danmge was restricted to tha loss of four btujlnesa house. The buildings bunted were J. V. Tomltn't restaurant, where the fire originated ; Ir. II. O. Hruwn's office, the postof flee, with I)r. J. A. Cotton's dental office on the second fluor, and Mm. Wood'a hotel. The lwt will be shout 13,0(0, with $3.HX) Insurance. No Jive were lost. The cause la un known, but la believed to be Incen diary. A week ago livery barn on the opposite corner waa burned, with twelve horses. The fire wss Incen diary. A meeting to organize better fire protection will be held. DIAMOND ELEVATOR DESTROYED BY FIRE KANSAS CITY, MO. The Diamond levator In the East bottoms was des troyed Saturday night by a fire. The building r.ood beside the Kansas 'lty Southern tracks a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

The Tribune. UFO. I'. HUKf BV, X4NSIK R. HIVB.KDT. Idlloritad ribUthtri, MrlptloKfttat yl . .... tl.e I TkrMMnnrtii... t,iMomh. SlU(l Copm... ... fcni-rrd (ccardint ' CTI A port o m Rkfc Hill, Mood du Bill MH Equipment for wireless telegraph stations tt Honolulu and Guam have been shipped from San Francisco. Florence Nightingale, the famous nurse of the Crimean war, reached her eighty-fifth birthday May 15. and was showered with congratula tions and welcomed many callers at her home in London. The Carnegie Steel Company at Youngstown, Ohio, has pre pared plans for additions to its plant which will entail an expen diture of $-20,000,000 and call for 3,000 additional employes. to Military instructions, is ar dently patriotic, holds his life cheap nnd runs up hills like n goat. He costs the state aVout J 1 -2d iv day, nnd thinks himself well off.". Reports so far received from Alaska and the Northwest indi cate that the output of gold from that region this year will total more than $22...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

J JAXJAL ML1KFS. J Mint May Martin upent Sunday with Adrian friendi. . (eo. Iog.in, of Ncvudu, was in in the. city Monday. (m-o. l Huckeby wan in Nova da Tuesday on bftnineH. Judge Sullen, of FohU'i', was in the city last Thursday. Dennis Miller and wife attend ed the funf rl of J. It. Lowry nt Foster Tuesday. Guido Jscger, the big contrac man, win at home with hit family few day last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wall Ogden are the proud parents of a little son, who arrived Monday evening. Harry, ton of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Montgomery of Clinton, Mo., vitited hi grand parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Williamson last week. Simon Ib in home again from Fayette where he has been for some time past, looking after the mercantile interests of Loeb & Uro. at that point. Mrs. H. C. Spraker and son George, left Monday morning to join Mr. Spraker and Ralph in the Indian Ty. They will be ab sent a week or ten day. Rev. Kli I. Anderson, presid ing elder of the M. E. Church, held his regular quarterly m-et-ing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

1 ) A "w y f , r 7 BY KARV KEVEREUX WITH fLLUSrPATXTfO Bf POM C. m0 CHAPTER XXVII. Early in December, 1M. Gen. Jack son arrived at New Orleans. Ijifltte hid. Bonis tlrue before this, t Shell Island, seen a copy of tho proclamation Issued by Jackson while yet at Mobile, after the general had received from Got. Claiborne a full statement of the proposition made to I-afitte by the English, together with the Baratarian leader's offer of serv ice on behalf of himself and his fol lowers. Between 8 and 9 o'clock of an even ing toward the middle of December. Jackson and Got. Claiborne were seat ed In the library of tho latter" resi dence, engaged in an earnest discus sion of aoroe of the many perplexing question! with which they were con fronted. "We are too weak, by far, I tell you, Claiborne," Gen. Jackson was saying with irascible emphasis, "and without anything like a sufficient strength to meet what is bow at our very doors. I feel to be frank with you some doubt of our ability to sust...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

C 'itU INTERESTITJG LETTER WRITTEN BYANOTABLEWQMAN Mr Rarsh Kallo-? of renver, Color Purar of the Woman' Belief Corps, IMii: da TbatikS to Mrs. plnkfcam. ft . LI The followlnn letter was writtru e., Ilrntf r, "olo. .to Mr l'ltik- i ii Kin. I. Trin. Mats.: IwrMn t'mnlia'n-- For fl jMii 1 wea troubled II rt a tumor, wl.ii h kr' 1J (jitMiM agony and mental depress as. 1 kmj unati.e to at tend to my boose work .and life l" -ante a lir riVntoruo. I wa Milliwd for ilaya to mv bed, bt my ai'fiHiiT, my courage and ail hra, " 1 eouid not iMtr to Mima (if an liwrauon, and in my disfai I trle every remedy wliieb 1 would I of any iua In me, and rsaditijr if tha valtia of Lvdia K. Iltisham Vaaretable Oaniiixmd to airk wnown deeided to give it a tnnl. 1 felt au dMwinH that I had lit T N- hope of ivs-overy. and wlieu I ts-gan V feel l-tter, after tbe Mnn t week, thought It only nioant temporary relief; but tn my grmt surpn I found tftat 1 kit gaining w bile tbe luiimr lewened tn sire ' The Compoun...

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