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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

Í-V!' , ■>$ ; * ■ '■ ■' ' ■MM «NHHNM* : The Spiritual Man. xxxxx by rev. jeff d. ray. j a ii y f Br—— truth. And again: «The Lord i* not alack concerning bis prom- iaca aa some men count alackneaa, but is long suffering toward ue, not willing that any ahould per- ish, but that all ahould come to a knowledge of the truth. And at another place: «Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you reat. And still again: «And the spirit and flw See ef The moat marveloua character ¡n this world'a history is Jeaus Christ. This proposition ia true whether you view him from the standpoint of the skeptic or of the believer. I wish in this article to notice very hurriedly some of the thing* that arc said of hiin in scripture. The lirst thing I mention is the glorious fact that he died for our the bride say Come, and let him sins. In Horn. 5:<i we are told that heareth say Come, and let that «when we were yet without him that is atbirst come, and who- strength in clue ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

í#í J*. st; jj¡t«. m fiiMii NEWS-CHRONICLE. «fVf 4 J0Mfg*. r««M «tf Pr*r *rt. literwl Ib Um Caldwell piwtoflce u mc- I-cIimm matter. Ssbscrlptloa RatM. Om Year (la Mnntb ... four Monta Two Mouthi . M Advertíalas Rataa. Alt MtvortUlngon flr i u k«; will becharitHl «Irents per Inch utrulaht, with no reduction for Innre ; d . Display d« one Insertion twenty cent nr inch: two tn ertloii thlrty-llTe renU par Inch; one mouth vixty cenU per Inch. Local r t«# seven and one-half cent per Use first Insertion and five cent por line eacb#ubftcqu<>nt Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of «itertalnment irlven for rellnlon . educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- i at rates. Lesitl notices of all kinds fl.no per hundred words first insertion and 80 cení pt'r huu- dred words each sulwequcnt Insertion. The Newh-C'hronicli desires a corres- pondent at every postofice in the county. Sod in exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free, will In- please...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

iff '¡¡A ■■■ « # Trade WVWVWWWt Caldwell. A great many of those who will read this ad are not trading at Caldwell—possibly some of them not at all. That's because you have never tried the merchants here. You can easily afford to drive few miles | these days to j^et your supplies at the prices j at which our merchants are selling. Times ! I are so close that you must get CALDWELL'S MERCHANTS WANT YOUR ' TRADE DONTBE A CLAM. IT WILL BE MONEY SAVED FOR YOU TO TRADE WITH THEM. The Most for Your Money | Ami the places to get that are right in ourj town. Koari every advertisement in this I paper and then see if it is not to your interest to come and see our merchants. 441 'sed-to-be99 TRADE WHERE YOU GET THE BEST VALUES FOR THE MONEY SPENT. THAT IS AT CALDWELL. i prices are all forgotten and the reign of low prices has begun. If you see anything advertised by a Caldwell merchant it is sure to be true. («ive us a trial and you will al\vavsAAiw%fw Trade at Caldwell. horses for chicken feed....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

' ' Jesse W. Jenl^iQs, The Jeweler, b now the roughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anything in J his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store.—It is lacking in nothing I TMCY OUGHT TO COME NOME. OppMiS «• Navi«S in Service. Ike VahMlMra Denvkk, Colo., May 6.—Gov- ernor Thomas has announced that within a few days, if Presi- dent McKinley and Secretary of War Alger continue to ignore his communications on the subject of the Colorado regiment being or- dered home from the Philippines, be will take steps with a view to securing the immediate recall of the troops. «I can not as yet say just what course I shall follow, he said, «but I will exhaust every re- source at my command to bring those boys home. I have tried quiet, peaceable means and have failed. Now I will be obliged to resort to something more forci- ble, and it will be made...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

m =5=5= m *. %, rj 6^ ««• >•00 HERALDS OF SPRING for the poet may be the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in Organdies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come i rom makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beautv and good quality they cost little. All our other depart- TN T C\7¥ raents have complete new stocks. LC V it wNwmmmmmwmmmmmfmmmmwwmmmmmmmwmmfmMmwft m ; people you know. | ^¡x ,'J\ Mrs. J. K. Hartgraves is ¡1! this week. Job Struwe has a nick baby th *^ week. Sebe Tanner han a very sick baby thi?s week. Toin Kraitchar, Jr.. has a sick baby this week. S. |\ Dunn, of H>x. was in the city trading" Wednesday. Wesc.-un Murray, Jr., is suffer- ing thi"* week in,m malaria. W. It. Summersillc i«« painting the Methodist church this week. Tom fíillev s little son. Burns, i* quite sick thlsweeU...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

> y MKCfOffY or orncuis. MTATK UFFICKIW. Governor Joa. U. Sayora Lieutenant Governor.. J. N. Browning Comptroller K. W. fc inley Attorney General Tho#. S. Smith l^atid Contmiaaioiicr.. .t eo. W. !• ¡ntfcr Treasurer Jfho w Kobin ttupt. Public Instruction.. J. S. Kendall K KI'K EfKNT AT IV Coug reaatnau. Vtli Wat. A. 8. Hurleaou State Senator. 10th Pi t. HeberStoso Scprcikciit'ive 48th IMst.. S. 11. l oodictt Representative 4'Hh Di t.... J. H. Tate I MKT MKT t'FITt'KHi*. District Judge W R> Sinks District Attorney W. E. Maynard District Clerk t¿. W. Grant (di NTv orricr-Kf. County Judge E. G. Bank* County Clerk John McCowei Countv Attorney K. J. Alexander Sheriff C.W.Curry Treasurer Ben B. Hunt Ta* Collector W. J. Harris Tax Assessor. ...W. A. Duckworth Surveyor J. K. Hervey eorXTY euMMI* 10NEKH. Precinct No. 1 T. J. Ncwcomb Precinct No. 2 Surry Smith Precinct No. 3 tí. T. Jackson Precinct No. 4 A. H. Adams PBKCIXCT I'HWIXiT No. 1. Justice of the Peace J. R. Smith Constable E. R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

AN v*é t* m rood tor mar M l*. The «svwh-gretB or tr«w-colored lichen. I '1 ShakM^are cslU "idk- " i-ujo)i-tl a great reputa- JIJO* ui ce ♦inn u* a t<)n,c and n0lJ.vnc- 11 W88 i'merU t he l*>Wof hair powder* and Í!ríuim*. oi d it Hill U wed in the £..1.111*11011 of flno orange dye . The Iretiii •« I'11'00* are *oumi on fir trcef' ' Iwild nnimaU eat it w ith avidity. Tbe ability to color vividly it the «neciaitv íamou lichen . The beautiful Scotch tartan for many centuries were dyed entirely fronidif- fertnt lichen*, heather twig and birch leave , und no hotter or more laittwtf ■ohlit have been obtained from noixb und chemical The Scotch i iulbuir givi* a color nlmoit Hjiml to the faiin'ii> orchil, and another of the aiu< family, found on the rock* < f íiant finish to French silkrof ev ry *hatle o( ro*o color and crime n. The imwt valuable of the lichen fiimiv, however, i? rocct !Ja, which >>■ b Vow Plactl la the Cat Trlko tf itsraliata. Until recently, the ljnxa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

v n W' "iMáf'i 1 as = Maximum values at Minimum Prices1 * That is what cash buyers want and we give it to them. We buy for cash be- cause we can buy cheaper. We sell for cash because we can afford to sell cheaper. To prove that we do sell cheaper, compare our prices with credit store prices. YOU ARE SAFE WHEN TOD BUY HERE As our store policy makes it so. One price to everyone, marked in plain figures. Never say a thing we do not mean to make good. Never _ misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. The best value for the lowest price. Your money back if you want it. Those are the cardinal principals of our policy. Any child can grasp that just as simple as A B C. AAA Ready Wear Garments We wish this week to call the attention of the ladies to our big stock of Rendy-to-Wcar Garments, of which we are making a special effort to have the right thing at the lowest pasible price— and you know we do not know how to make a failure. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle OUR AIM 18 THE UKKAT&8T BENEFIT TO THE PARMER AN1> WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY. 19, 1899. Kverv caller at Kazan's is treated as a guest. The moment the door is darkened by human form the face of every clerk in the store is illuminated with a bright and welcome jj, After many bows and manifestation of pleasure at meeting the visitors, they are assured, in musical language that charms the listeners, that here magnitude and Merit, sise ami gn-atnet-s quality and quantity, immensity and interest are twin giants of such ponderous j,r,.••ortions that they may not be measured by words nor gauged by the standard of any previous exhibition in the history of .ton-keeping in Caldwell. One of the salesmen will say, as h> glances at the mirror to see if his facial expression is pleasant, «Madam, these snow- white Nottingham lace - urtains are .1«> inches wide, the pair is six yards long and the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

tm m Él Kj; Delayed Correspondence. CIN1CR POWT. Ckstkk Point, Tex., May 8. edito*! nkw8-chronici.k: The health of out* community is very poor at present. B. A. Porter has been on the sick list for the past few days. Mrs. Ida Porter and daughter, Berta, and Willie Flaningan and H. G. Porter, attended preach- ing at Porter's Chapel Sunday. Howard Porter visited Hogg Sunday night accompanied by Asa Flaningan. Emma Brewer has returned from her \ isit to Lincoln. Mrs. \V. T. Nelson is on the sick list. yuite a crowd from Center Point were present at the chil- dren's party at Mrs. York's last Friday night. Misses Km ma and Maggie (iil-j lev spen' the day with Mrs. Ina Rowland Sunday. Our farmers are looking very blue over the drouth hanging over them at present. There was a school picnic at Dean v i lie Friday. A large crowd enjoyed the pleasures of the day. Hugh Nelson was in our midst Sunday. Mr. Helvey and N. K. Porter will drive cattle to Bryan next F riday. W. W. Watson will soon sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

SB®RÍJ ÍSlHil ? P - \ - m All, t¡g SANTA ft TMIT4BU. rAMKNGKMB. liorthhou'id 12:22 « m 1:15 p m iw"!! """1&.IZ FKKICHT . Northbound 2:15 p in 2S!bou«d 12:15 pm AN01HIR tNOCH ARMN SI (Ml Y. sad Mitftioa ol « Miseisdpplwi to the Ian* Star Stoto. Ualla* N>w Hpacial, ühi <man, Texan, May lo. A ifentU-man from Mississippi, an j^cil man, i* ¡n the city on one of the strangest and maul pathetic missions a man wan ever called upon to perform. He repeated bis story to several of the pioneer •iti/ens of * '.rayson county, and from them «leaned the informa- Dr. Pitt Turner, president of the wf wiNPvl "My nw f MvlMVi Pakis, Texan, May 12.—While 15,<KK> people were being enter* tained at the firework* display at *>:45 o'clock tonight in honor of the State Firemen's association, two-thirds of the seats in the vast semicircle tumbled with a crash, more or less seriously wounding the following spectators: Mrs. M. Lovell, foot crushed. Joe Martin, knee fractured. Mrs. M. K. McMurr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

■#:í m m «/«ill'' ülv V;:'- Cfm.Mi Ifv T. A. Low & Sons, Brenham, Texas, Carry everything ill the vehicle Hue. Two to three carload* to «elect from. Ouick Male enable u# to make price right. If you want a Buggy, Surrey, Phaeton, Jumpaeat, Koad W agon, or anything on wheel , it will pay you to ee our atock before buyitur. t ur Adriance Buckeye Mower and Thomas Hay Kake* have no equal; and you cau alway get the extra from our anelve*. We carry the extra* for all South Texa for the Adriauce Buckeye. Office and buggy house *outh of and near the | a engcr depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our tock. If we cannot well you better good for lea* money we do not expect you to buy. T. A. LOW & SONS. of tbe Street. —Rufe Anderson escaped from the county farm Tuesday night. —We are having* most lovely weather since the beautiful rain two weeks ago. —Mrs. Jeff D. Ray entertained a lew friends last Tuesday after- aoon and evening. —Don't overlook the U. C. V. meeting on the 27...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

v' v'" '-rC a '^: '- ' ^ Hill = llBllMBliiiMli The Spiritual Man, AAAXA by rev. jeff d. ray. I he €■« ■■■'— •• No parts of scripture give a more fascinating view of Jesus than those pannages which speak of his compassion. The primary meaning of the word is expressed in our phrase, ca fellow-feeling, and the word declares that Jesus was «touched with a feeling of our infirmity. When he fed the five thousand it is declared of him that ho had «compassion on the multi- tude. St) far an I now recall, every miracle of Jesus, with the single exception of the barren tig tret blighted, was wrought to re- lieve the immediate necessity or suffering of mankind. He was no mere wonder worker, perform- ing supernatural deeds to elicit the admiration and amazement of the gaping crowd. The curious multitude often asked him to show them .1 -ign i. e.. to per- form a miracle just to show what he could do, luít he always re- buked the suggestion. His ob- ject in working miracles was not so much to prov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

5= í£v " ■' m' HI ■ B&. HP CALDWELL MMMMMMIICUL. Mr 4 JOlUtH. téiHr and Catered la the Caldwell poatoflea u we Md-clftM «aatter. Subscrlptloa Rat**. E . Y« r .... . Month or Montn u Mont hit . 11 £ IS 3 Advertising Rat** All udvert l lnxon Hr t jmjte «III Imeliinwwl mta per li " Rrgf ltd#. llwrenniniunHTO • cent* per luco iritl|tlit. wltli no reduetton far Urge u' DUplay ad* one ln ertlon twenty cento par lacn; two Imtertlon tlilrty-Hve ceuto par Inch; one month sixty cento per tuch. Local raten «even and one-half cento per llaa first Insertion and Ave cento per line aaali^rotHwguont Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thmik* and notice of aatartalnmento irlven for religions, educa- Uoaal or charitable purposes at half regu- lar ratea. al notices of nil kind* fl.00 per hundred j Brut Insertion and 80 cent* por hun- wortl each suUsequetit Insertion. Tfce Nm-i'HROKii'i.r. desire a corr *- pondent at every DO*tofHe« In the county, and In eiehnnge will furnWlt the pup«'r. sta- tlonery a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

■ '4 "V Trade Caldwell. \ great many of those who will reail this ad are not trading at Caldwell—possibly sume of them not at all. That's because you have never tried the merchants here. You can easily afford to drive a few miles s CALDWELL'S MERCHANTS WANT YOUR TRADE IT WILL BE MONEY SAVED FOR YOU TO TRADE WITH THEM. ! these days to get your supplies at the prices ] at which our merchants are selling. Times ! are so close that you must get The Most for Your Money And the places to get that are right in our ! town. Read every advertisement in this j paper and then see if it is not to your interest j to come and see our merchants. <# Used-to-be " DON'T BE A CLAM. TRADE WHERE YOU GET THE BEST VALUES FOR THE MONEY SPENT. THAT IS AT CALDWELL. ; vvmmr-frm^rr-rr rrrrrrm* priCCS are all forgotten arid the TCÍgn OÍ 10\Y prices has begun. If you see anything advertised by a Caldwell merchant it is sure to be true, (five us a trial and you will al\vays¥iAfVM%fw Trade at Caldwell. 1 I All P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

■■■''iftillSKHl w.ww: '■' ■IhHéí il Nil af 9m mm • v*ry totorMttaf (Mu • Ul • tan TramcM. The county commissioners of Burleson county met in regular executive session laat Monday Morning, with County Judge E. G. Banks presiding. We will not undertake to give tbe business transacted in all the red- ape form in which it had to go through the court, as that would unnecessarily weary our readers. Therefore we will only endeavor to give a brief and ac- curate summary of all the busi- ness transacted. James Connolley was author- iced to change the Burton and Rockdale road, the new road to be on Connolley's land and to be fully ( o feet wide. In answer to a petition by Geo. L. Smith, the court ordered the present Scott's Store and Long Bridge road, or the Scott's Store and Lyons road, discontinued. The following parties were ap- pointed aa presiding officers of election at the reapective placea named: H. L. Broad d us. Precinct No. I, Caldwell. J. J. Goodman, Precinct No. 2, Peter's School...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

" , ' "'I' . ' '■ 'ífr, V" 'i " •' . I 66P 9 9 9 © C C y - 1 J* ' ' -t *4 \ 1 1 t V s 1 pr¿ HERALDS OF SPRING for the poet may be the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in Organdies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and good quality they cost little. All our other depart- ^ |"^ J f2\/"f ments have complete new stocks. LjC V Lt fsmtNNmmmmmmmmnmmMmmmmmmMmmmMmmtmmmrwMmwmmNMi * ¿rü u&W&WútnirtotntrCntflCrrtntoáto 1 PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | r> 4MW pup Miss Genie Muldrew, of Nava-: sota, who ha been visiting the ¡ Misses Heslep, returned home | this week. Bob Oliver went to Bastrop Tuesday. Homer Lamkin left Wednes- day for Brcnhair.. Will Carroll left Tuesday on a business trip to Waco. Jim Broaddus went to Bren- ham Monday morning. K. L. P...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

DMECIORY Of OFFICIALS. KTATK OKKU'KI^ Oovcri.or Jo . 1>. Say«r Ui'uU'nanl Governor. J. N. Browning Comptroller K. V • 1' inley Attorney General Tho*. 8. Smith l«and Cotnmi**loner . Geo. W. Fintrer Treasurer .John W. Robin Sujit. Public Instruction.. J. S. Kendall UKI HE KSTATIVI>. ConKrcMKman.^tli Di*t.. A. S. Burleaou State Senator. 10th Di t . Heber Stone Repre ciit'lvc4HthDi t. .S. H.Goodlett Representative 4Mtli DUt.... J. H. Tate DISTRICT OFFICERS. District Judge Kd K. Sink DUtrict Attorney W. E. Maynard District Clerk G. W. (¡rant rol NTV OFFICERS. County Judge E. (5. Bank* County Clerk Jonn McCoweii County Attorney R. J. Alexander Sheriff C.W.Curry Treasurer Ben B. Hunt Tax Collector W. J. Harris Ta* Assessor W. A. Duckworth Surveyor ... J. F. Hervev Ct CNT> I'UMMISSIONKHS. Precinct No. 1 T. J. Ncwcorab Precinct No. 2 Surry Smith Precinct No. 3 G. T. Jackson Precinct No. 4 A. H. Adams PRECIS T OFFICERS. PRWIKCT No. I Justice of the Peace J. K. Smith Constable E. R. W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

lnfrcfciM of IkoMfht. joiiriial of Agriculture. There are * tfrcat many things that perhaps the average farmer Knows, vet doe not always re- member them at the right time. Then. afca "' there are some thing* that may never come to the attention of some farmer . In dairying, a in all branches of fanning, interchange of thought and idea i what is needed. One j person may know one thing about dairying that his neighbor may not know, and hi neighbor may ¡ know something he doesn't know,j and what each knows may be of| value to the other. Now, if these j two neighbors should happen to J yet into conversation across the. division fence <>f their farms and exchange their bits of knowledge, both would be benefited. Hut there are farmers, the writer is! sorry tosa v. who, while they have j found an interchange of ideas of benefit when made across a line, fence, are so opposed to «book j farming. ;is thev call it. that they do nut believe any jjood can come , to them through an agricult...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 May 1899

V mm Biü Maximum values at Miiumum Prices i That is what cash buyers want and we give it to them. \\ e buy for cash l>o- cause we can buy cheaper. We sell for cash because we can afford to sell cheaper. To prove that we" do sell cheaper, compare our prices with credit store prices. YOU ARE SAFE WHEN YOU BUY HERE A« our store policy makes it so. One price to everyone, marked in plain figures. Never say a thing we do not mean to make good. Never misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. The best value for the lowest price. Your money back if you want it. Those are the cardinal principals of our policy. Any child can grasp that j just as simple as A B C. AAA Ready ^to^Wear Garments. We with this week to call the attention of the ladies to our big atock of Ready-to-Wear Garment *, of which we are making a «pedal effort to have the right thing at the lowest possible price— and you know we do not know how to make a failure. AAA...

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