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signature, he stated St was a bill he had
signed and requested the clerk to affix his
signature. The chairnnnounced the mo
tion to adjourn carried aud declared the
house adjourned. Mr. Merten allowed
something was wrong and rushed up to
the clerk's desk and demanded of the clerk
to see the bill just handed him by
Speaker Daniels. The clerk stated the
bill was not in his possession, that
Daniels had taken it from the desk. Mr.
Morten stated to the clerk that the clerk
was the proper custodian of the bill and nt
the proper timo when the house was in
session ne would demand the bill at his
Mr. Daniels handed the bill to Mr. Peery
ns soon as taken from the clerk's desk.
Peory disappered with it through the rear
door of the hall of representatives and en
tered the council chamber by the rear door
and requested President Gardenhire to sign
it. Mr. Gardenhire refused, .stating the
council was not in session. Peery then
turned the bill over to Nesbit.
Going up to the hotel Peery was sur
rounded by a crowd of two or three hun
dred. The crowd demanded the bill and
pulled him around, nearly denuding him
of clothes. Porry managed to get
back to the council chamber, was pulled
in, ran out thb back door and. escaped.
Jesuit also ran and hid the bill. On the
cornnr of Second and Harrison Merten
bnoke to t he crowd and begged them to
disperse. He told them there was no need
of violence. Proper legal steps would be
taken to guard tho interests of Guthrie.
A crowd gathered at the rear of the coun
cil chamber, but Morten urged them to
desist from further demonstration and the
crowd dispersed. Peery is thoroughly
frightened. Mr. Grimmer, councilman
from Beaver, is also considerably alarmed.
Excitement runs high and trouble may
yet come over the capital question. To
morrow will doubtless bring forth moie
Speaker Daniels says he was laboring
under a mistake when he signed the bill
and will recall it at once from the council.
The whitest, clearest, purest skin and
softest hands produced by CUT1CUKA. SOA1.
Signal Office. Wichita, Kan., Oct.
2. The highest temperature was CQ , the
lowest up to 7 p. in. was 50, and the
mean 58, with raw, cloudy weather, gen
tle to brisk boutheast winds and falling
Last year on Oct. 2, the highest tem
perature was 91, the lowest 57, and tho
mean 74 , and two years ago tho cor
responding temperaturos wore G2, 44,
Fued L. Joiixson, Observer.
Wak Department, Washington, D. C,
Oct, 2, 8 p. in. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Kansas Warmer, southorly winds,
fair weathor, cooler Saturday.
For Missouri Warmer, southorly winds,
fair weather, colder Saturday morning
A GERMAN SPY.
PARIS, Oct. . Madamo Donnet, the
woman who was arrested at Cannes on
suspicion of being a Gorman spy, and in
wliOHe possession were found plans of the
defense of that place, has confessed that
bhe was in tho employ of the government
at a monthly salary of 300 francs besides
which she received 15 francs daily for
her traveling expenses.
TERRIFIC PRAIRIE FIRES.
CniCAQO, Oct. 2. A special dispatch re
ceived last evening from Dickinson, N. D.,
says: Tonight terrific prairie fires nre rng
ing east and south of here. Near Glad
stone several fanners have lost all their
wheat, onts and liny. Reports today indi
cate thero was a great loss north ot Rich
ardson. KILLED HIMSELF BY ACCIDENT.
Aim,KNE, Kan., Oct. 2. A special to tho
Reflector from Hope says that Sebastian
Nies. a well known farmer, killed himself
by discharging a shotgun into his side. It
is supposed to have been done by accident.
Ills clothing caught lire and burned the
Tho C. I., b. C
The letters C. L. S. C. stand for tho
Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
This is really one of the most uotablo and
interesting features of tho assembly. It
was organized in 1873 for the purpose of
proipotln,; hubita of reading and study in
iiuturo, art, science and htoruturc in con
nection with the routine of daily life, and
is more especially intended to be helpful to
thoso whoso means arts limited and whoso
advantages are circumscribed.
When this plan of homo 6tudy was first
unfolded at a meeting held in the amphi
theatre TOO persons joined tho society at
once. Now thero ore 17,000 local circles, as
the groups of students nre denominated,
and they ore literally all over tho faco of
the earth. Even in South Africa thero
havo been several hundred members on
rolled, and Minn M. E. Ludfear, who is
tho secretary for South Africa, with her
headquarters at Wellington, Cape of Good
Hope, is here at the assembly, and gives a
cheerful report of tho immense good
wrought in that region by tho C. L. S. C.
Japun has its circle also, but in that coun
try it has beon found necessary to arrange
a special courso.
The secretary of the C. L. 3. C. is Mies
Kato V. Kimball, one of the youngest
svomen among the leaders at Oiiautanqua.
She has been a worker in tho society for
twalvo years. She said of it:
"Tho enrollment for tho first year, or tho
first cla&s, was 8,000. Tho largest class
ever formed numbered 25,000. It is a four
year courso and takes up successively En
glish, American, Greek and Latin history
and literature, with other subjects which
occur naturally with oach in turn. It is a
rotating course, so that everywhere, at tho
same timo, members are following tho
same lino of work, and members of the
samo circle, whether in their lirst or either
succeeding ycar.aro goingovor tho ground
together and may be mutually helpfuL
The books chosen aro not text books, be
causo this is n reading course and subjects
presented aro set forth from a reading
standpoint." Cor. New York World.
Yon want me to tll you some yarns of
shoplifting? said a detective, Certainly.
Hero on my record book I have the namo
of an old lady who kept a small shop or
notion store in a town within a few miles
of Boston. I caught her one day in a store
standing near a jewelry counter, busily
engaged in purloining small articles of
that nature. I wondered where she was
putting it all until 1 managed to go a little
closer, when I saw she had a picture rolled
up and into one end of which she was
putting the jewelry. A fine hiding placo
she had for it, too, as the bottom was
closed, and when 1 searched her I found
eighty-four different articles of jowelry. I
asked her what she intended to do with it
all, and she replied that sho kept a little
notion fitor and intended to place tho
things in her stock.
I had a doctor's wifo and her sister from
Lawrence on a shoplifting case once. They
were oool hands, too. They came In early
in the morning, went to a half dozen
different stores, so that by noon they wore
pretty well loaded dwn. They collected
all their goods, took them to a largo store
and had them checked, then went and ate
their dinners, returning for the goods in
the afternoon. I was waiting for them
nnd arrested them. The case made quite a
stir, as they were prominent people. It
was carried to tho supreme court, where
they wore convicted. It cost them over
S100 all told. Exchange
Va have heard of the lady of rare beauty
Jtlo said noon a certain occasion that th
onry real, aismtcrested compliment she
ever received was from a coal heaver who
asked permission to light his pipe in tho
tfieaming of her eyes.
Another compliment, trne and genuine,
according to a good old school story, was
paid by a sailor who was sent by his cap
tain to carry a letter to the lady of his
lovo. The sailor, havingdelivered the mis
sive, stood gazing in silent admiration
upon the face of tho lady, for sho was very
"Well, my good man," she said, "for
what do you wait? There i3 no answer to
"Lady," the sailor returned, with hum
ble deference, "I would like to know your
"Did you not sea It on this letter?"
"Pardon, lady; I never learned to read.
Mine has been a hard, rough life."
"And for what reason, my good man,
would you know my name?"
"Because," answered tho old tar, look
ing honestly up, "in a storm at sea, with
danger of death afore mc, I would like to
call the name of the brightest thing I'd
ever seen in life. There'd be sunshino in
It, even in the thick darkness." Xew York
xix. too niifjugn JJanK.
In tho long procession that passes be
fore the cashiar of a bavings bank aro
many odd characters. The man behind
the counter does not receive the de
posits, little and great, without retain
ing afco a good many amusing recollec
tions. Tho other day a pleasant faced
woman handed her book to the cashier
in a Boston savings bank, and said, with
a good deal of what the French call em
prescement, "Next week I wish to draw
the full amount of my deposit."
"Very well, madam," answered the
cashier, looking at the book.
"I thought I would mention it today,
and then it would not cause any incon
venience," she continued, with a bright
"Thank you very much," replied tho
cashier. "Come in any time next week
and you shall have it. Or you can draw
it today if yon Hire. Wo have tho
amount on hand," and ho smiled upon
his customer as if he took a personal
interest in her plans.
"No, I will come in next "Wednesday,
thank you," and sho tripped happily
away with her precious book.
The "full amount of her deposit" was
Not long ago an Irishman explained to
the cashier that ho wished to draw a
certain amount from the deposit of a
friend, whose book lie presented.
"Very well," said tho qashier, hand
ing him a printed blank. "Yon must
have your friend sign this order. Let
him put his name here, r.nd write 'Pay
to Bearer' here, and we will jjivo you the
Not many hours later Mr. Riley ap
peared again. Ho pointed to his friend's
name properly signed to the order, and
also an inscription after the printed
words, "pay to ."
"I don't know what ye wanted that
name there for," he said, "but I wrote it
in as ye told ine."
Tho "namo" ho had written in was
Thero being no rule of tho bank
against phonetic spelling, Mr. Riley re
ceived his money forthwith. Youth's
Fell Against In-calls' Skeleton.
I used to know Ingalls years ago. Ho
was thinner then than ho is now nnd
looked just about the same, no lived in
Atchison, and had the leputation of be
ing possessed of more brain and less
flesh thnn any other adult in Kansas.
One day lie went up to the office of a
friend of his, a doctor, and while ho was
in thero a newsboy dashed in. Now tho
kids who Bold papers around Atchison
in those days were the noisiest I ever
heard, and the doctor's assistant, a
cheerful younic btudent, was always on
the alert to shut some of them up and to
prevent them from invading the privacy
of his room with their stamping feet and
ear piercing yells of "S"n Lonay papers."
Tho assistant had sen this particular
boy as ho enteml tho building, and in
an instant had placed inside the door
way of tho office a full grown skeleton.
When the youngster threw the door
open, and was midway through one of
his declamation tho skeleton fell over
on him. With a shriek that was worse
even than his regular street cry the boy
rolled down one flight of stairs and tum
bled into tho street, and his murmuringa
continued right straight along.
"You've scared that boy to his deathP
exclaimed tho budding senator, who was
overflowing with indignation. Then he
went to the window, and bending out
called to the grimy but pallid faced vic
tim: "Come back here, boy: 111 buy
omo of vour papers. He shan't hurt
The response was instantaneous. The
boy's sobs ceased, and ho shouted: "No,
yon don't! You can't fool me if you
havo put your clothes on." Interview
in Wabhington Star.
THE LATEST DANCES-
Tho L'Eclair is a galop developing to a
Tho Vienna is a three-timo very stylish
three stop wait.
The Washington Gsvotte is a mazurka
danced to redown time.
Tho Fascination is a polks, with two
galops and three half waltz steps.
The St. George lancer is a quadrille
combined wi;h graceful minuet figures.
Tho Broncho is a prairie waltz commenc
ing with a galop and turning to a waltz.
The Portland is a waltz of tho mazy
order, with two steps lwck and two for
ward, then a gulop and a dip to the side.
The Melange Quadrille is inrordor with
tho nincpin of New York. It has a right
and left figure, a cross bauds, a cage figure
and a Mde-glide galop.
The Oxford Minuet U a grand old fash
ioned '78 dance. It opens with a waltz,
which gradually chan:c ton gavotte, then
waltz four timo and repeat.
The Elite Lancers consists of five figures.
The first figure is the second figure of the
London lancers, nad the fifth figure ?imi
lar to thr.t in the French Lancers. The
other figures are the same as the Looniis.
Th Stocfc or n Clsrr Storr-.
The order from the inland revenue de
partment requiring the deduction of
cigar boxes as mxw as their contents have
been sold vnw loudly complained Arainst
by the small dealer, their plea being that
the empty boxes were ued by them to fill
up vacant shelve and give the appearance
of carry) ok h larve stock. Several of tbete
having compulsed to the eommusioner
that the order ws rather a hardship to
them that of'tcial nt!:ed. "Well, jot
knock the bottom ont of the box ex aad
keep them if yott wish." ilr. JUiall in
formed your eorresfxmdeat tkat this treat
ment of empty cigar bo et would he con
sidered a compliance with Um law Otta
wa Cor. Toronto Empire.
Immediate, harmless Preston's "Hed
The Value of Knowledge.
A Brooklyn manufacturer paid a bill
without a murmur the other day, sim
ply on account of the way it was word
ed. His engineer found that the hoi
water pump would not work and sent
for a machinist. The latter bothered
with it half a day and said' it must come
apart This meant a stoppage of the
factory for a long time. It was suggestec
that a neighboring engineer be sent for,
as he was a sort of genius in the matter
of machinery. Ho cam, and after study
ing the pump a while he took a hammer
and gave three sharp raps over the valve.
"I reckon she'll go now," he quietly said,
and putting on steam "she" did go
"The next day," says the manufacturer.
"I received a bill from him for $2o.o0.
The price amazed me, but when I had
examined the items I drew a check at
once. The bill read this way: 'Messrs.
Blank & Co., Dr. to John Smith For
fixing pump. 50 cents: for knowing how,
$25.' Had he charged me $25.50 for fix
ing the pump I should have considered
it exorbitant. But fifty cents was rea
sonable and I recognize the value oi
knowledge; so I paid and said nothing. "
Preston's "Hed-Ake" is a specific for
Umv tu i-rt. i'oucnes.
"The art of eating a peach" in, it ap
pears, one of the questions of the day.
According to one authority on the eti
quette of the dinner table a peach should
be picked with the fork, quartered,
peeled and eaten piecemeal. But as so
much manipulation would evidently
leave all the juice of the fruit on the
plato this method, to bo palatable, re
quires the courage of the young lady in
the story who, at her first appearance at
a dinner parry, raised her dessert plate
with her two hands and calmly drank
the sweet jnice of the nectarines. The
French rule of eating peaches will, there
fore, bo accepted with much favor, and
that rule is, "D'y mordre a pleines
dents." Pall Mall Uudget.
Ruby light for photographic purposes,
in spite of all that has been said in favor
of orange green, continues to hold ita
own in the dark room, although many
who use it complain cf its effect on their
eyes. A remedy for this has been found
in the introduction of a pane of ground
glass betw p- ''" '- - i" h nibj
by using Preston's
L.llulu u. ...luiUi i&Iozi.
The limits of vision vary with elevation,
conditions of the atmosphere, intensity of
illumination and other modifying elements
in different ca&es. On a clear day an ob
ject one foot above a level plain may bo
seen at a distance of 1.31 miles; one ten feet
high, 4.13 miles; ono twenty feet high, 5.86
miles; one 100 feet high, 13.1 miles; one a
mile high, as tho top of a mountain, 93.23
miles. This allows 7 inches or, to be ex
act, G.99 inches for the curvature of tho
earth, and assumes that the size and illu
mination of the object are sufficient to
produce an image. Five miles may bo
taken as the extreme limit at which a man
is visible on a flat plain to an observer on
the same level. St. Louis Republic.
A rremattiro Exit.
"I hear young Crimsoubeak has been act
ing at your theatre," said Jay to a theatri
"Yes, he has," replied tho man addressed,
"How did he act?"
"About as rank as a man could act."
"You don't say sol What part did ho
"Well, you see, he was acting as treasurer
for the company, and when he left sud
denly he took the larger part of a week's
receipts." New York Ledger.
It is estimated that the accidents to vari
ous warships during tho recent English
naval maneuvers havo cost tho govern
ment ?1.2.v r"
It cures headache only Preston's "Hed
Ake." InAustnatJt...i31-.i u.ts never naa
to hang a woman, for the emperor thinks
strangnlation is a punishment which
should bo reserved for males.
The vnlue of tho fish which was landed
in Scotland during the 11 rtt seven months
of the year 1ST' was tt57,57C, being an in
crease of 67,(1'-.) over the corresponding
period of 1SS0.
Tho largest reservoir or artificial tank
in the world is the great tank of Dhetar,
twenty miles southeast of Udaipur, in
India. It covers an area of twenty-one
It is probable that hereafter a census
will ho taken in England every five year.-,
but solely as to number of population, age,
sex and distribution. The full census will
continue to be taken at intervals of ten
Some have pinned their faith to brown
paper twisted round hazel ashes, the smoke
being then inhaled, as a cure for toothache.
There i a belief still current that pass
ing tho sufferer, if a young one, through
the hole or other opening in an ash tree is
a useful remedy.
Among tho favored charms against
toothache that are carried in the pocket
may be mentioned a sprig of rowan tree,
a double hazel nut and a bit of coaL
Another charm for the malady is that of
hanging swallow not a swift nor a house
nor sand martin, but a dead swallow
round the neck of the sufferer from tooth
ache. If vou have headache trv Preston's
When Heligoland has bucome German it
is intended by German naturalists to use
it more than hitherto for scientific exam
ination, as it offers considerable opportu
nity for studying special problems, es
pecially in minute life in the sea, now so
important to biology. Zoology, and par
t.cularly the knowledge of bird life, will be
much furthered by study in Heligoland.
Then the island is regarded as an im
portant meteorological station and as like
ly to assist medical inquiries regarding cli
mate. Yosi&l'-che Zeituug.
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
A Hundred Thousand Trains a T)nj.
It is unlikely that any one who leaves a
station of the elevate! road has any idea
that more than 100,000 trains pass over the
various tv, itches of the rood within twenty
four hours or what continuous vigilance is
necossa: y in order to RTOid the most serious
of accidents. But these men in the switch
sowers do the work most effectively. New
Slair a Tictter Showing.
"The govemiaec: wi wise in taking
the censes before the Fourth of July."
"Bccr.uie the toy carooa bsJ not ther
reduced the poptJatJom."' Spoch.
Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will
A Great "Week at the Fair Grounds. Attractions
Immense. Great Kaces and Grand Display.
The Arcade has an immensely large line of N ew Good a
special attractions at their store room, 139 North Main, and
visitors to the fair this week are especially invited to call on the
NEW DRESS GOODS.
We have opened a beautiful line of the most desirable as
well as the most beautiful combinations of weaves and colorings
ever opened by us before. We have deliberately made low
prices to suit close times and you can rest assured that a beauti
ful dress will cost you a vero little money at the Arcade.
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
New Scotch Cheviot Plaids. We call your special attention
to this line of goods, as they are without exception the greatest
novelty shown this season in New York.
W. J. WILSON, Manager.
KANSAS & TEXAS COAL CO.
Arising from chlorosis or anaemia
Promtly cured by use of the tonic
Excelsion Springs, Mo., waters.
Education Under Control of the Church.
In 1567, during tho reign of James VI of
Scotland, it was thought expedient that
tho Reformed church should have jurisdic
tion over the schools, and this was pro
vided for by having the teachers approved
by church nuthority. Here is tho old law:
"Item, Forsameiklo as bo all Lawes and
constitutionis it is provided that the j-outh
bo brocht up nnd instructed in the fcarc of
God und gude maneris: and glf it be uther
wiso it is tinsel baith of their bodies and
saules gif God's word be not ruted in them.
Quheirfoiro our Sovereigne Lorde, with
advice of my Lorde Regent and the three
estaites of this present Parliament hes
statute and ordained that all schulis to
Burgh and land, aad all Universities and
Colleges be reformed: And that nane bo
permitted nor admitted to have charge
and care thereof in time cumminc, nor to
instruct the youth privatlie or openlie, but
sik assail betryed by thesuperintendentes
or visitouris of the Kirk." J. W. Hallock
Cures while you wait Preston's "Hed
Ake." Poor Flshlnjj in Michigan.
One day a man at Murfreesboro, Ky., was
introduced to me as a person who had
spent some time in Michigan, and he speed
ily announced that he had once spent two
weeks at "St. Clair Flats."
"You went there to fish?" I queried.
"Have good luck?"
"Very poor luck, indeed."
"Perhaps you were off season?"
"Oh, no. They claimed that fishing was
"Must have been luck."
"I think so. Try as hard as I could I
couldn't catch a bass weighing over twelve
poun'' . and my largest pickerel only
weighed sixteen. Why, sir, I hooked a
muscalonge one day and played him for
two hours. I had every reason to believe
that I had made a great strike, and I was
fully prepared to exult over my victory,
bus when we came to put the fish on the
scales he only pulled down twenty-eight
pounds. Think of it! Only twenty-eight
pounds! Ah! sir, I found it very poor fish
ing in Michig&i. very poor." Detroit
money refunded; Preston's
TgT Csre lor DH;jf,
From Germany comes intelligence of a
new cure. Its basis is the hardening of
the human frame which has been enfeebled
by civilization. The patient3 imitate the
life of savages, and among other things go
barefoot, it is said that one parish alone
aontains L' - --
The lKrvpuutiuu of France.
The low birth rate in France, which
means a gradual depopulation of the coun
try, engaged the attention of the French
academy the other day. M. Lagneaa. af
ter reading a paper on the subject, suggest
ed these remedies among others: Simpa
cation of the marriage laws, limitation of
military service, elaboration of the colo
nial idea, naturalization of all the
f raacers .n France, numbering 1.3tO.000
and the establishment of refuges for poor
or unfortunate mothers, who would then
have less excuse for abandoning their In
fants. Cures in
fifteen minutes; Preston
The Mount Dert Herald says thai w esq
the famous old Kearsae teat tie Alabama
to the bottom of the sa on that memorable
Jane day. lM, hr but 11-inck gHB.-wfeich
did soch good serrke on the occ5ka, -was
auuiaed endrelrby crew of men from
Southwest Harbor, ilocnt Desert. Tb
man la charge of the gun was a "aatire"
of Southwest Harbor, aad his first sijot
killed aad woanded tea raea on tie Cot.
Bradrciotlne cured Headacfcs fcr Mr.
21. JL Jenkins, JlarLa. Mau.
139 N. Main.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Osage Weir City,
Full weights and good
coal guaranteed, IN'ow
ia the time to place
Yard and Office C18 E. Douglas.
eod-w fri sun
So. 1CT West Firt Street, Wichita. Kana.i.
Grain, Provisions, Stocks. Bonds
Orders executwl for the purcha-"or we tor Imme
diate or future deliver' la all the leading mnrkets.
Correspondence invited. 1'mute wlrve-toChlcaeo,
St. Louis and New York. dai liu
DR. STTFLTS is Ihc one physidnn who
is postively successful In the treatment ot
the most malignant enses of Catarrh. Con
sumption, Skin, nnd Blood Diseas-,
Heart nnd Liver Disease-., of the Bowles
nnd Urinary Organs, Private Dinx.Kitd
and Lost Powers in either sex. Piles,
Tumors, Diseases of Wemon and all Chronic
Diseases disappenr under his treatment
like dew before the noonday sun.
It cots nothing to consult Dr Shults
before emyloying a set of quacks who will
charge you twenty to forty dollars a month
for treatment that will le of no benefit,
don't pay these swiudlera your good
money till you see j'ou are benefited. Dr
Shults only asks you to pay sor your medi
cine and treatment as you gpt it, then j'u
are not compelled to continue unlega ou
Patients treated at a distance and mKh
cine sent to all parts of the country, fcnd
stamp for question blanks.
OFFICE 150 X. MAIN ST.
J. R HOLLIDAY
All Goods Warranted.
Tel. 293. 221 E Douglas.
CHRISTIE-LA TUB OF
: We, "who devote our times,
! talents, and great experience to
i the Millinery trade only can
J display more correct; styles and
! prices than those who ran a
, tock consisting of a few biases
. bonnets m connection vnih some j
) 152 X. MA IX STEEET
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THE WICHITA EAGLE
(iL M. MUEDOCK: & BEfXPropa)
Lithographers, Publishers, Printers,
Stationers, Binders, and
Blank: Book Makers.
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All branches of Lithographing, Bonds, Checks,
Drafts, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Cards, etc. We
have Urst-class designers and engravers.
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Wedding Invitations and Announcement Cards,
Luncheon Cards, Calling Cards, etc
Blank Books of all kinds made to order,Bank, Citr.
County, and commercial work a specialty. Solo
agents for Kansas, Oklahoma and the Indian Terri
tory for Bronson's Patent Automatic Level Joint
Binding. Endorsed by book-keepers, bankers and
county officers. Nothing made equal to it for
strength and flat opening. Will open at any page,
and he perfectly Hat when opened at any part of the
book, permitting writing across both pages as easily
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fectly flat from the first page to the last, thus enabl
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