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IVOLVME I GAINESVILLE LR ILORIDA FLORIDA TUESDAY MAY lA Y 26 1903 NO 9 9J
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fEARTHESEMEN fEARTHESEMENGIVE HEAR THESE MEN MENGIVE
GIVE TESTIMONY TESTIMONYtCircuit T TIMONY TIMONYCircun
h tCircuit Judge County Countyjudgc Judge Mayor Mayorand MilOrand
and Justice Justl e Testifies TestifiesIUSINESS Tc TcstifiesUSINISS tifics tificsUSINESS
IUSINESS MAN AND LAWYER LAWYERJliat ltWYERhat JAWYERliatThey
Jliat hat liatThey They Say or the Saloon Salooiias SalooiiasBreeder as asBreeder asy asa
y
a Breeder ofCrime and a aLengihener RLeng aLengthener
Lengthener Leng hener of Cours Courspllon CoursHon CourslToii
pllon Hon William A Hocker for many Ulanyrs manyears
Cyeara ears rs judge of Floridas Fifth Judicial JudlclnCircuit Judiciallrcult JudicIalrcuIt
Circuit lrcult rcuIt and now of the Supreme Court Courf Courtr
1 r f the Suite Sl te says to lion Perry M Col Coltbn Colwn Colol1
tbn ol1 of oethi8 this city More than 75 percent percentthe percentJlle percentcrilpiftal
Jlle the criminal criu llIa business that has been keenfuisacted beenisncted beenauBacteil
fuisacted in my court during my uyollg uyollgmlof long longterm longmi
term mlof mi of office was caused by drunken drunkenen
en N G Wade until recently recentlynof a aSen aJ
> Sen nof J of Fnyettevllle N C but now nowli
7 li business headquarters in Jackson Jacksona JacksonIIla
t IIla f a and who is president of the thejlcNair tllec
I jlcNair c Nair alr So Wade Company says Since Sinces
e s saloons saloollslu in Inyettevtlle N C were wereefcsed were werefosed werethe
efcsed the terms of the Circuit Court Courtfere Courtere
fere ere which formerly extended through throughotu
otu m two to three weeks now last only onlywo
two wo to three days There Is i nothing nothingmirnnge uothlngs notbliigtangc
mirnnge s allge about this however as tix tixrjttvenths bixsevenths Ix Ixeventbs
rjttvenths sevenths of the business of the courts in inorth In15orth InNorth
15orth North orth Carolina is made necessary by the thealoons thealoons thea1oonI
aloons aloonsMr a1oonIMr aloonsMr
Mr Wade as above stated is presl presldent preslrdent prcsident
< rdent dent of the McNolrWadc McNair Wade company companyhis companyThis
I This his company is one of the wealthiest in inhaving InFlorida n nForidn
Florida having immense turpentine turpentineumber turpentinetuiber i iInber
umber and laud interests in Marion Marionrfvy MarionVy
1 rfvy Vy Alachua Taylor Tnyloralld and other oilierBounties othereQuntles otherountIcs
eQuntles Bounties Mr Wade is among thE heav heavIjSit henvtax IieavII6
IjSit II6 tax payers in the State He is no ie reolglous reWglous
ISgloua lglous or temperance temperaucecrnuk crank but an ex exrellent exeellel1t cxitlictit
rellent business man who has watched watchedlie
Wie lie e effects of the saloons on business businessd
d Is anxious to see Alachua go g dry for forurely lorrely forrely
rely business reasons reasonstThree reasonsrllree reasonsThree
Three years ago one of Gainesvilles OaluesvUleaost Gainesvillesgost
gost ost prominent criminal lawyers who whoas
as i been interested on one side or the theRther theitber the1her
Rther 1her in a large majority of the murder murderdata murderlain llurdtrlals
data that tbathave have demanded the attention attentionSf
J Sf 1 our courts in this county for the past pasttwenty pastwenty pasttwenty
twenty years enrs said to the editor of this thisIf thisl
1 paper l > cr ClIf If I ever had anything at blug to do dovith doItlt doiUi
vith but ut one murder case that was not n nsttlt nresltlt aresult
result sttlt of drunkenness I do not know it itJUDGUS ItJUDotts ItJLDOES
JUDGUS INTKKVIEWKD INTKKVIEWKDSTAR IN1JtRVJ INTrCRVIEWUDTiii WnD WnDTun
Tun Tiii STAR ITARltns has interviewed Mayor Mayorlionms Mayora MayorThonrns
lionms a onl s County Judge Mason and Jus Juslice JIISf Justice
lice tice f e of the Peace Colmau all of this city cityThe cityanequestion cityrhie
anequestion The question asked each of these of ofRctala orCfala ofcials
Rctala was wasWhat wasWIiat as asWhat
What percent of the cases tried in incourt Inur InIur
Iur ur court do you you consider is caused used by brtlrunkcnness byruikenncss bynrunkcnncss
nrunkcnncss either directly or Indi IndiIrSctly Indirectly mdirctly
IrSctly IrSctlyin rectly rectlyIn
in answer to the question Mayor MayorThomas Uayorrhomas Mayorfhonias
Thomas said About 90 9 > per cent near nearp neary
p y all directly directlyJudge directlyJudge directlyJudge
Judge Mason said tlA A large largewajorlty largewajorltyf majority majorityRM
RM Off f the criminal cri ulual cases brought before me metrial mel inckr
l kr r trial are due to drink drinkJudge drinkJudge rI11cJudge
Judge Colmau said Nearly all of the thehigher theklgher thekigher
higher crimes such as murder wurderattempt wurderattemptmurder attempt attempti attemptniurder
i murder and aggravated assault that I Ijii Ijill
jill jii 111 called upon to deal with in any way waycaused svayre
Me re caused by drink either directly or oradirectly ortdlrecUy oridirectly
adirectly tdlrecUyNowlellow idirectlyNow
I Now Nowlellow fellow taxpayers do you think it iti ita fta
i a wise policy for us to support an in iniltutlon Intution InItutlon
iltutlon that costs us as much as does doeslie doese
lie e saloons We will Ill leave the question questionjth questionth
jth th you youE youa youI
E I F E 5 COfiriENCEAlENT COfiriENCEAlENThe
the he Exercises Largely Attended and andIreatJy andOreatly aridI
I IreatJy Enjoyed EnjoyedThe
The commecetneut commeccwentexetdsCi exercises at the theet thet
et t Florida Seminary began last Thurs Thursnight Thursnight 1hunnight
night at 830 oclock with the theelcal theIcal theIcal
Ical given by Mrs Denbys class classyoung classyoung classyoung
young ladies were becomingly becominglyred
red and the boys looked their best bestur
ur limitedspace limited pace and what is to fol folfiv 101concerning folconcerning
fiv concerning the mmencement ex extaes exse cxsell
taes se sell renders it impossible for us to re refully relully refully
fully but will say that the program programarsday programnday programrsday
arsday night was very successfully successfullyled
led cd edout out
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FRIDAYS EXERCISES EXERCISESThe UXJUtCISas11he UXgRCSESThe
The young ladles Dialectic literary literarycty
cty ty gave their public pu1J1icentertsfnment pu1J1icentertsfnmentb entertainment entertainmentf
f he b E F 1 S hall last Friday night at atp atpm atp
> p pm m The hall was filled with an aneciative andative andative
dative audience and the exercises exercisesthoroughly exercisesthoroughly exercisesthoroughly
thoroughly enjoyed by all alllore allare allbefore
before lore are the opening number was given givenGuilliatns givenGullJiams givenc
c Guilliatns announced that a speech speechthe
b the interests of temperance would be beivered bevered bevered
vered at the band stand on Saturday Saturdayalngbya SaturdAyiug
alngbya lug flY a gentleman from Aacadia Aacadialie
lie c First number on the program programa pro m mplutO
a piano 6 solo 5lo < by Bliss Fennell The Thef rherippli
f I rippling rippli g grace of the composition compositionbeautifully compositionbeautifully cotnpoItionbeautifully
beautifully brought out by 111 111BCII Miss MissHell 11ue1L
Hell BCIItlaaAlma Hellisa e1L e1LIaa
tlaaAlma Iaa Al Alaia a McCook then recited the theion theIou theIon
ion Archie Deaa in a very effective effectiveBBcr
ser 3cr She was followed by Miss MissMcCreary 1dJJSe
e McCreary H who played a i violin solo sologracefully fOlogracefully s lo logracefully
gracefully gracefullyFannie gracefullyI
I 155 Fannie Stivcnder Stlv nder nderthengave then gave a very verying veryling verytiug
ling character sketch of I Long LongIW < ong ongM
IW
M Jlau Maude ude Due eang a solo in heractOlllpU61Itdaa heraccop1Ishedarier her heri
i accofflplkhtd accop1Ishedarier aaaner l1u A very verydta verydtarediatiOn dra draredtottbn dzaredtatlbn
redtottbn was then given Ki n by byK1u byK1uShOOUr Miss MIsS MissS4robbr
S ShOOUr < robfer She WA encored bat battotbe btto batto
< < totbe to t1Ie tesftbof Iu k3tk or ti t1Ie jrogrtrndld prow did didr
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not respond respot A 4 vry Vi If ry jmtty 1111 pi t fly nlo j 10 VMS iis then thenplayed 111111r1ayCcl ilieiiplayed
played by II Mif8 111 if II lUnnclic Mrlotnn MrlotnnMiss ilrrrnnMi lrIcnu1IiM
Miss Mi K Idelle Slulton JMVC J n c cqllll nilc chur churler chrler cluirlet
ler sketch In n ninnnct lilch hl h tivenled tivenleddninmtlc tnenletdrllJllatle reiIedilriiiiatlc
dninmtlc power MM Iii Ethel lIoltmnyK lIoltmnyKpintio J1olon11plRno ho ounys ounyspiallo
pintio solo wan well played playedThe plaJelJhe
The crowing feature of theevenltiK the evening wps wpsa WillirnIIlIXl
a rnlnlxmdrill rnIIlIXl trill given by fourteen n xowuj xowujIndies ollnJ ollnJIndicli utiiiglnhitS
Indies ulm hu ere re ravishingly attlicd In Inwhiteirobes hIwhllelrobes Iiiwhitcrobes
whiteirobes the rainbow l flnj being > hliiiulattil hliiiulattilby l1mllatt11by
by the class and soc ety et colors colt1rslu in long longribbons luugrllllolls loniribbons
ribbons which blch were baiullad by the irk Jltllwith JIrlwith irkwith
with great grace and skill skillSATURDAYS skillSATURDA skillSATURDAV
SATURDAYS s uxitucisim uxitucisimOn
On last Saturday night the 1eridean 1erideanaiid lericleanal
and al Ilermlan literary societies held their theirannual theirnnnual theirannual
annual contest in declamation oratory oratoryand omtor omtor01J oratoryauth
and 01J debate at 830 p 1 in in the th E V I S SHall SHall Shail
Hall HallThe HallThe hailThe
The room was crowded and nJu Dr DrMonk DrMOltk DrMonk
Monk of Atlanta who preached the com commencement contJUencement cornlilencemetit
mencement sermon having arrived Col ColGullllauis ColGuilliams ColGuiihlauis
Gullllauis requested tl him to open the ex excrcises exerclses cxercises
crcises with prayer prayerThe proyerThe prayerThe
The ablest speakers speak en of both societies societieshad
had been en selected to represent their re respective tee teespectlve respectlve ¬
spectlve sides and am they were speakers speakerswhose speak speakcrawhose rs rswhose
whose superiors cannot be found among amongboys anlonKboys amongboys
boys of their ages agesThe agesThe agesThe
The first number on the program was a achorus acborus achorus
chorus by the Glee Club Col Guilliams Guilliamsthen
then explained the nature of the contest contestand coutestand contestand
and requested Dr Monk to act as 8 one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the judges Col C C Thomas and Supt Suptlolloway SuptHolloway Suptholloway
Holloway being selected for the other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two by the societies toaitwith to aL t with Dr Monk Monkin
in that capacity capacityThe
The first part partof of the program was given givento
to the oratorical contest Lieut lember lemberton
ton was the th first rst speaker His U s theme was wasEducation wasItducatlon was1ducation
Education the Hope of the South SouthCapt Southapt SouthCapt
Capt apt Henry Futch then spoke on the thetheme thetheme thetheme
theme A Defence of the Laborer Latx > rer The Thedebate Thedebate Thedebate
debate was then announced the queston questonbeing questonbeing questonbeing
being resolved that the government governmentshould governmentshould governmentshould
should have control of the public utilities utilitiesThe utilitiesThe utilitiesThe
The first speaker on the affirmative was wasMr wasMr wasMr
Mr William Whitney He made a pow powerful powetfulargument powerful ¬
erful etfulargument argument and bad not concluded concludedwhen concludedwhen concludedwhen
when time was called by the referee Capt CaptBrinson CaptDrinson CaptDrhtisoii
Brinson lIe received prolonged and tu tumultuous tumultuous tuinultuous ¬
multuous applause and sat down amid a aquantity aquantity aquantity
quantity of flowers flowersCapt flowersCapt flowersCapt
Capt Alva Herzog was the first speaker speakeron
on the negative and he made a 1 remark remarkajly remarkbly remarksbly
bly strong and able effort effortMr effortMr effortMr
Mr Lindsay then spok for the affirma affirmative affirmatlve affirmstive1 ¬
tive but he had evidently not given the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary time to preparation i > and did didHot didbot didhut
Hot display the power shown by his pre preIccessors preIlectssors pre1ccessors
Iccessors IccessorsLieut 1ccessorsLleut
Lieut H Fred Smith was the next nextspeaker nextspeakeron nextspeakeron
speakeron on the negative negativennd and he made one oneof oneor oneof
of his characteristic speeches full of wit witand witnllli witnut
and nut humor and aut strong strollgarguUtent argument lie Hedisplayed lie11I liediipln
displayed 11I diipln pIRetl etl self possession and entire mas
tery of his subject subjectHe
He was followed by the last speaker of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening Capt Byron West who whomade wbomalle v1iomale
made an itipassioned oratorical effort effortull effortfull effortfull
full ull of power He was called to time by byapt byallt byCapt
Capt apt Drinson and sat down amid great greatapplause greatapplause greatapplause
applause He was aa the recipient of many manyand manyand Iinyand
and beautiful floral tributes which also alsoappeared alsoappeared alsoappeared
appeared to convey dellgetful and ad admiring admiring adnuiriug ¬
miring sentiments in the lie form of accom accomjanylug acconlpanylng accozupanying
janylug notes notesTlje notesTIJe notesTije
TIJe last speaker on the negative was wasMr was1Ir wasMr
Mr Baxter who made a strong speech speechho
tho it was not up to the standard of the theothers theoUter theothers
others in the choice of words and loft loftiness loftness oftlness ¬
ness of diction dictionThe dictionlhe dictionThe
The next part o of the program was the thecontest thecontest thecontest
contest in declamation d This was en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in by Mr Illrdsey and Mr Sander Sanderrepresenting Sanderrepresenting Sanderrepresenting
representing the Periclean Society and andLieut andLieut andLieut
Lieut Zewadski and laJ Wheeler repre representing represeutlng representiug ¬
senting the Hertuians HertuiansJudgment HermlansJudgment lierinlausJudgment
Judgment for the th debate and for the theother theother theother
other contests was rendered for the Her Hermians JIermlans 11crminus
minus
SUNDAYS SUNDA vs KXKRC1SES KXKRC1SESSunday nxJtRCJSttSSunday RXERCISESSunday
Sunday May 24 the M K I church of ofGainesville 01Gainesville ofGainesville
Gainesville was packed toils to Itt utmost ca cawclty capaclly capacity
wclty to heat the sermon of Dr Alonzo AlonzoJonk AlonzoMonJe AlouzoMonk
Monk of Atlanta an old friend of Col CollUilliauiB ColGuilliams ColGulhilauns
lUilliauiB and one of the strongest speak speakers
ers rs of the South His text was taken takenrom takenfrom takenfrom
from rom Second Timothy fourth chapter chapternd
and nd eighth verse Altho the day was the thewannest thewarmest thewannest
wannest of the season and the sermon sermonongand lermonlong sermonlong
long ongand and the students worn out no one onewas onewas onewas
was restless snd all listened with the themost Utemost themost
most marked attention The sermon was wasneof wasone wasone
one neof 01 the finest ever heard in Gaines Galnesille Galnelville Gaines1hle
ville villeThe ille illeThe 1hleThe
The music furnished by Mrs Denbys Denbyschoir Denbyschoir Denbyschoir
choir TTIS iS excellent the solo work of Mrhale Mr Mrlale Ir IrUale
hale and Mr Abbot being especially fine fineHarvey fineIfarvey fineHarvey
Harvey McCormack Complimented ComplimentedPresident CompllmeatedPresident ComphlmeHtedPresident
President Murphree of the State StateCollege StateCollege StateCollege
College at Tallahassee who examined examinedthe
the applicants for appointment to the tbeNaval theNava theNaval
Naval Acadmy and who graded the thepapers thepaperl thepapers1
papers writes Prof Wldemaa as follows followsI
I certainly congratulate cot gr1tulate you upon the thefiner thefineshowing theflnoshow1ng
finer fineshowing showing of your yourbo1 boy Harvey uvey Mc MeCormack McCormack McConnack
Cormack I dont want any better or oritgber orhigher orhigher
higher compliment for the work of your JOl1rschool yourchool yourschool
school than the neat accurate and at atractive attractive attractive
tractive papers of this young man nta for ap apwlntmcnt appointment appointuient >
wlntmcnt to the Naval Academy I Ilopehewill Ihope Ihope
hope lopehewill he will meet the teat of physical physicalexamination phylcalexamination physicalexamination
examination at Annapolis and be sue suectcsfal suecwfulln sueceasful
ctcsfal cwfulln la every way wayHow waytlow waytIowi
How Btulaess Dul Judge JudgeTHE JYCf JYCftUE JsidgeiIIE
THE STAlL man asked cd Judge Coloaa Coloaawho Colmaswlto Coluatswho
who also russ a rhocauktag establish eatablkkmeet establishinent tabUekwent
meet the above qoestiaa a yesterday tad tadbe udlte andhe
be said Bather aUter dull today but little littledoing littledoing littledoing
doing doingIf
If the county goes go dry tki saI xl the SUr SUrman 5tuman S1arwan
man flit it will hurt your YO tauies west it itJudge Itludg itJudge
Judge Oil so Mid Hb ffemr 1Ie eec r flk flkwm H Hwill 14wili
will cat down y seed btultttu bat it itwill itwill ftwill
will kelp MYDOe y ftboe i e tariMM HeI w wesdetf9ly derf1I1 derf1I1II d rftUy
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A Successful uCCessful1crm Term terniof of l the Uradedonf1gh traded Uradedon irndednnd511gb and andhigh
high School SchoolTh
Th jKople or Gainesville nrc justly justlytil JlIst1I justlyprowl
I proud proudIlliuli prom til I of the Gainesville l Graded anti anilSchool 01111IIlgh anti11ith
Illiuli IlliuliA IIlgh School < thry I hl conld not be other otherl
I l iI > i I IIII lie liihtilutlon ts s fur famed it is istliu Ishu Isthu
tliu hu pridu of if f our homo 1n111u people and is isspoken isspoken isspokeui
spoken tif < > f III the thel most JOII tiiiplincntnry tiiiplincntnryintnnrr c III 111111 en I nf nfIIll1nnr
intnnrr liy I nil comers COIIICrHIII1 mnl K goers JotrlltlllIlIIlIIcIICtnlent goersTiw f fTho
Tho tlllIlIIlIIcIICtnlent ciiuwcnctinciil I xerclIS xcrcl ts last la t Fri Friday Vu Vuday ¬
day 10 evening were praiseworthy > soul soulstirring icoulstirrliig loullIr
stirring lIr lng and hopeinspiring Two of ofthe ortile ofthe
the States most prominent mid highly highlyhonored hlglllyhOlorcd highlyhiutuored
honored orators were present mid de delivered dehivered 1 1IIvetClt < ¬
livered Addresses the literary address by byHon byHon bylion
Hon Martin L I UllllaniB > of Arcadia and andthe andUtI andthe
the presentation l > re eutatloll address odllr JI by Our Hob HobHon 1IohJlon foblion
Hon Robert W Dnvjs Congressman Congressmanfrom CongreSsmenlrom
from this district and Floridas next nextgovernor nextgoverllor nextgovernor
governor governorAmong goverllorAUioug governorAmong
Among those who occupied seats o othe 011 011the onthe
the rostrum with the speakers were 8u 8uerintendcnt SIII SIIIerhllendent Superiutendent
erintendcnt Wideman Miss Clem Hani Haniton Hump UOUIIton Humpton >
ton and RmlMrs Mrs J II Johnson of the faculty facultyMessrs focultyMesIr facultyMessrs
Messrs W V W V Hampton G W V hyde Hydand UJdeand hydeand
and J H Vidal composing the board o otrustees of oftnI8tecsCounty oftrustees
trustees tnI8tecsCounty County Superintendent Hollo Holloway 110110way I bib bibway
way Rev Rev1hol1lll1 Thomas P Hay who invoke invokedivine Invokedivine invokeddivine
divine blessings Misses Pearl Whetstone Whetstoneand Vhutstonand hietstoneand
and Addle Wright the graduates am amothers Ulut Ulutothers aIutothers
others othersMr othersMr othersMr
Mr Williams address was a nmsterl nmsterleffort sinisterly mosterlyeffort sinisterlyeffort
effort and was well taken Those wh whhad who wholIall whohad
had heard him on previous occasion occasionknew occllslonsklew occisiousknew
knew they tlieywould would hear n grand oration orationthose oratlQ11those oratiquthose
those who hio had hn heard of hint expected it itand itand Itand
and none were disappointed disappointedCol
Col Davis presented the diplomas am amncdals and andlIIedRls andniedala I
ncdals and his address was a grand on onit one OIlCIt oneIt
it could not have been otherwise i iwas It Itwas Itwas
was by Our Dob and who docs no noknow not notkuow notknow
know him and delight to hear him So Soprofuse Soprofuse Soprofuse
profuse was he helu in complimenting Prof ProfWideman ProfWidenian lrofWideman
Wideman Miss Clem Hampton and oth others othen otisen
en that they could < 1 not refrain Irons froublushing froulblushing Ironsblushing
blushing lIe paid pRldlllgh high compliments to tothe tothe tothe
the faculty and students studentsbul but none nonetpo nonetpohlgll too toohigh tpohigh
high lie declared that ther was no nobetter 110better isobetter
better school in the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The evenings program was ns follows followsMusic followsMusic followsMusic
Music violin and piano by Mary MRr am amRosalie 81111 81111Rosall aisilItosahie
Rosalie Conner Prayer by Rev Thos ThosI JIb os osI
I V Hay Essay Wonders of the World Worldby Worldby Worldby
by Pearl Whetstone Vocal Vocallolo frolo select selected
cd by Mr W V M Iale Essay Notable NotableEvents NotRbleItven NotableIveuuts
Events of the Nineteenth Century by byAddle byAdllle byAddle
Addle W right Vocal Solo elected by byMiss byMiss byMiss
Miss Inez Ford Literary Address A < by byHon by1I0u bylion
Hon Martin L Williams Vocal Solo Soloselected Soloselected Soloselected
selected by b Mrs J A Goodwill Music MusicViolins MusicViolins I IViolins
Violins and Piano Mary and Rosalie RosalieConnor RosalieConllor RosalieConnor
Connor and Ravllla Locke Delivery ol olDiplomas ot oflJbllOlfla8 1 1Ull110ll1a8
Diplomas and IIf1I11Iedals Medals by Hon Robt W
Davis DavisMisses DavisMisses DavisMisses
Misses Whetstone and Wright who whoreceived whorecchell whoreceived
received the diplomas are two of Alachua ofAlachiuacountys Alachuacountys Alachuacounts
countys most lovely young ladies and andthey aullthey andthey
they bowel their most graceful acknowl acknowledgements acknowledgements acknowledgensesils ¬
edgements when the diplomas were pre presented presented peesented ¬
sented and were afterwards congratulat congratulated ¬
ed by a host of admiring friends friendsAt
At the conclusion of his remarks to toMiss toMiss toMiss
Miss Whetstone and Miss Wright Col ColDavis ColDavis ColDavis
Davis awarded < 1 the State Fair medals to tothe tothe tothe
the winners who were as follows For Forcomposition Forcomposition Porcomposition
composition Harvey McCortnack and andChristine andOhristlne andChristine
Christine Wideman for declamation declamationAlexander dec1antationAlexander laclanlationAlexander
Alexander Douglass for elocution Mary MaryUalrd lIfaryBaird MaryBaird
Baird and Ethel btcrnberg btcrnbergHe
lie complimented these young people peopleupon peopleupon peopleupon
upon what he declared was the most mostmarvelous mostmarvelous moatmarvelous
marvelous success he had ever known of ofin 01In ofIn
in Florida or elsewhere in view of the thefact thelact thefact
fact that these were five of only six sixmedals sixmedals sixmedals
medals offered at the time and that the theGainesville theGolneavl1le theGainesville
Gainesville school acltoolhad had captured five of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the six atxhavlng having the entire State to com compete compete cornpete
pete against againstThe againstThe againstThe
The order during the entire exercises exerciseswas
was most excellent excellentResolutions excellentReaolutlons excellentResolutions
Resolutions of Appreciation AppreciationWhereas AppreciationWhereas AppreciationWhereas
Whereas The faculty of the East EastFlorida EastF EastFlorida
Florida F Seminary has labored earnestly earnestlyand C mestlyand
and unselfishly for the good of the nor normal normal noriiual ¬
mal class during the term just ended endedDe
De it resolved That we the students of ofthis orthis ofthis
this class representing number of the thecounties thecounties thecounties
counties of the State desire to express expressour
our appreciation of their unceasing ef efforts crforts efforts ¬
forts to better fit us for our profession ann anQthat annthat antithat
that we extend to each and every memo member memober snernher ¬
ber of the faculty our sincere thanks thanksBeit thanksDe
Beit De it further resolved That a copy of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these resolutions be sent to the faculty facultyand
and an that a copy be furnished to each of ofthe ofthe
the papers of this city for publication publicationSigned publicationSIgned publicationSigned
Signed SignedAUEEV SIgnedArrnJtN SignedALLEE1
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Lost LoatBy By Fire FireThe PlreThe FireThe
The house occupied by Mr and Mrs MrsAllen MnAllen MrsAllen
Allen Halle formerly of this city but butnow butnow butslow
now of Live Oak was destroyed by fire a afew afew afew
few days ago and Mr Holes loss in infurniture Infurniture
furniture was heavy Ills 11 friends in this thiscity thiscity thisdty
city nillsympathize with him in bi his mis misfortune mtsortune misfortune
fortune
Big 01 Temperance Rally RallyThe Rally1hc RallyTbe
The Temperance piople of Gainesville Gainesvillewill GainesvillewiU
will hold a big Rally at the Hand Stand Standott StandMo
flu Monday Mo dayulgltt night June 1 1Kalola 1ICalota
Kalola Is popular POj > Ular became It is natures naturesnatural naturewb naturesnatural
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A POWERFUL poVm FUL ARGUMENT ARGUMENTOne AROU 1I3NT
One of Floridas Greatest Orators Orat n on onthe onthe onthe
the Temperance Question QuestionHon
I Hon Martin L I Williams of Arcadia Arcadiaone
one of Floridas greatest orators and andwho Anl1wbo andwho
who delivered tticcouiuicncemcnt oration orationat orRtlonIot
Iot at the Gainesville G Graded Gra < 1elt and High Highi 111gbSchool
i School closing Friday night of last week weekyielded wtelcyle1del veekyieldctt
j yielded to requests re < llcsls of some of Gaines Gaincsmost Gainesvihli
vihli 111 ft most prominent citizens and de delivered deIIvrred tieI
livered au address from coin the band stand standSaturday stomti standSaturibny
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i Saturday at 1030 n in If on the local op opI option
j lion question questionj questionIhere
j There me but lIt few people Ileopleprellenl Ileopleprellenlwhe1 present presentwhen presentwhen
when Hon P 1 M it Colson mounted the theIsland thetiuid
Island I stlnl1 nuLl after a few appropriate re remarks remarks reuuuaths ¬
marks introduced the tll speaker but as nssoon assoon
soon as ilr Ir Colson began b gan talking the thepeople tbepeoplc the1C0Ple
people began moving In the direction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the speakers speak rs stand and very soon a agood agood I
good good sized audience was present and andheard alldbenrd andheard
heard Mr Williams to the end endMr enllMr cmlMr
Mr Williams said sol < t he was not here to toabuse toabuse toabuse
abuse saloon men for they arc what mt the thepeople the11eople theP0Pl0
people make them lhey arc in the theliquor theliquor heIIqllor
liquor business but so is every citizen cltlreitwho dtl1enwbo citizenwho
who votes to license saloons or enters no noprotest no11rolest noProtest
protest against the business in It by his hisown hison hisown
own consent A man should holll < 1 be a as lion lionest honeest lioneat
est in politics as in his home life and if ifhe trlie Ifbe
he is a gentleman he Is honest and if ifhonest IfIonest ifhonest
honest he is lawabiding lawabidingMr
Mr Williams said he would deal with withthe wltbtbe withthe
the saloon question not from a physical physicalor phy lca lcaor
or moral standpoint but from a business businessstandpoint bllalnessstllIdJ businessstandpoint
standpoint stllIdJ > olnt and this he did in a 1 most elo eloquent eloluetlt elocuent ¬
quent < and convincing manner He lI said saidWhen saidWhen sabdVhien
When DeSotn county in which Arcadia Arcadiais
is situated vvasnsaloon was n saloon county Arcadia Arcadiawas
was the worst place I ever saw The sand sandwas s sandwas lHl lHlVas
was a foot deep in our streets We had hadno hallno urnno
no sidewalks we had about 800 popula populaion poPIIIBtton populatlon
ion and nut three saloons One murder murdercommitted murdercOlllll1ittetlln niurderconunitted
committed in one of those saloons coat costthe coatt1J coatthe
the t1J county 2800 and that same year yeartheru yenrtberu yearthere
there were sixteen other criminal cases casesfurnished enscafurulshe casesfurnished
furnished < 1 by the saloons Since we e got gotrid gottM gotnil
rid of the saloons the county COUll ty Is better in inevery Incvery inevery
every respect and Arcadia now has as asphalt 18pbolt asphalt ¬
phalt sidewalks and paved streets streetsIn
In regard to the claim that prohibition prohibitiondocs
docs not prohibit in Kansas Mr Wil Williams WIIlIants Villiansa ¬
liams said It does prohibit Then Thenhe TlIel1he Thenlie
he compared the past and present con conditlons COilelltlous conUtiona
ditlons of prohibition l > Kansas and saloon salooncursed 8nlooncurselt salooncursed
cursed Missouri and showed that Kansa Kansawith KaIlSRIwith Iauisaswith
with resources inferior to those possessed possessedby
by Missouri was leaving Missouri behind behindIn
In the matter of progress progressTbe progressThe lrogreSl1he
The blind tiger man is an outlaw outlawsaid outlawsaid outlaw8aM
said the Speaker but ho who runs a alicensed 1 1lIceused aliceuiseti
licensed saloon is doing n lawful busi busiices
a business made lawful by those
vote for Its perpetration perpetrationThe I >
The speech was able and convincing
who heard it recognize it as such mid Rill
few have haveihie the aflrontry to deny cl n it
TO TAX PAYERS PAYERSDoes PAVERSDoes PAYIIRSDoes
Does the Saloon Help Business or orDoes orDoes orDoes
Does It Injure Business BusinessEditor Duilnellnl1ltor Du ineu ineuUtlitor
Editor STAR The argument is some someiuica S0111etlulell seinetlwes
iuica heard that the abolishment of the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon will ruin the business interests of ofhe ottile ofthin
he county Of course ti there is really reallynothing reallynothlug reallynothing
nothing In it but It is being used used to a aair a11r afair
air advantage with tome people Let Letis f Letus t ttJslookut
tJslookut us is look ut the matter as honest and fair fairminded fnlrwinded fairminded
minded men There are ten tet1lo1ooul1ln saloons in the theounty thecounty thecounty
county each paying IrO 1000 O license utah tuaktig stlaklug utahlug
lug tig a total of 10000 Hut remember rememberhat
that onehalf of this money Is sent out of ofhe 01the ofthe
the county into the State treasury One Oncinlfof Onehalf Oiuelualfof
inlfof half of the remainder or 8250 250 of each cactilooo
1000 is paid into the county treasury treasurycaving treasuryleaving treasuryleaving
leaving 250 of each license to remain in inlie fnthe inthe
the lie city or town where the saloon is lo located 10Clted Joc4ttetl ¬
cated So that for each saloon the city cityor
or r town pays out 17S0 750 in order to get gethe getthe getthe
the sum of 250 back Is that good gooduiincss goodbUllneu goodbusiness
business practice practiceLook practicelook practiceLook
Look at the question from another anothertnndp anotherstlndp1Int anotherstandpint
stlndp1Int tnndp > lut There are four saloons In InGainesville fnGniaoelvl1le inGnisesvi1Je
Gainesville They make a clear profit of ofbout ofabout ofabout
about 110000 10000 each or 40900 for all four fourf fourof I
01 f them each year The records show showhat showthat showthat
that their barroom property amounts to toijoo tofS200 toF
fS200 F ijoo Do you 011 know of any other bust busies bustnus bustfleas ¬
fleas es which upon an Investment of f5aoo f5aooou 15200yon 5200 5200you
yon ou can make a net profit of 40000 per perrear peryearl peryear
yearl year rear Just think of such and abnormal abnormalcsult abnormalresult abnormalresult
result Who pays this 8400001 40000 The Thevcrnge Theaverage 1heaverage
average man helps some the rich a very veryittle verylittle verylittle
little but the poor nun pays the greater greaternlk greaterbulk greaterbulk
bulk > of it Now let me ask a sensible sensibleuestton senliblequestion sensiblequestion
question uestton If this enormous amount of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money did not go glfnto into the saloons would wouldot woulllnot wouldnotitgolnto
not notitgolnto ot it go into the hands of other mer mertiants mercllantll suerchianti
chianti cllantll Every I very merchant or business businesslan
snaui lan tiu who votes wet votes against his hiswn hisown isisown
own business Of course those who pay payita paythis paythis
this ita large amount of money for drink drinkwould drinkwould drinkwould
would if the saloons were cloosed pay payfor payIt
It for clothes groceries hardware books booksress bootdress booksdress
dress ress goods and all the needful and use useul useful useful
ful ul thing which people need There Is Isot I Inot 1not
not ot a merchant in this town that is niak niakng making niaklug
lug ng a profit of 810000 per year yet et one onef oneof oneof
of f our saloons has made a net profit of
112000 12000 on 0111111 an au Investment of a little over overtooo overroool
tooo 10001 Is it nqt about time that those thosehose thoscwllosebulluCl thosewhose
hose wllosebulluCl business benefits society should shouldhave ahou1dbnve shouldhave
have an opportunity to make some good goodirofits goodprofits goodprofits
profits irofits What has Gainesville to show showor
for or this f floooo loooo oooo net profits Her people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have nothing to show for it The men menwho snenwho menwho
who paid out their hard cuh have noth nothng nothIng nothlug
lug ng but a memory that is not pleasant pleasantThe
The money has not been spent to In Inprove 1mC insprove
prove C Gainesville What has become becomef beco w wof
of > f it Let any man answer r these facts factsthe lactlit
it the he can Every laborer merchant and andirofessional a sadprofessional d dprofessional
professional man is made poorer er by the theaccess the8Uccess thesuccess
access of the saloons To impoverish impoverishthe Impoverlhthe1abor
the the1abor labor of any given community trill trilltsnlt wil1nmltln willresult
result nmltln In the Impoverishment of the en entire entire ¬ i itire
tire people Labor is the oply source of ofwealth ofwealt1t ofwealth
wealth we have rise negro is so vitally vitallyconnected vitallyC vitallycoime
connected C coime > > lme ted with our wealth that to make makete makeW nsakekisa
te W poor and inefficient mt nsesua m to take takewt takesoallchvatue takeHst
wt so soallchvatue inch yalce a1iie froa roan Ute former arnser MCT MCTWJ J aserchat er erM8t
chat M8t a4 4 otItm ctb WJ WJCJRn W j Crstnuz NfU NfUJ
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I One of Sam Jones oes Pacts FnctsSam FltctsSnmlones PactsSails
Sam Snmlones Jones said wlicn wh n you 10U ouu meet n fact factprepare factprepare actprepare
prepare to sit up with it So it will pa pato p pto pay payto
to stand etRlll1by by the facts contained in th thfollowing the tllotollowlng thefollowing
following letter Mr Curtis is one onethe of oftIle ofthe
the most highly respected business men menIn menIn incain
In Orlando Orange county went dry dry1a
a few years ago but last December th thquestion the thequeltion thequestion
question was voted 011 01 and the count countwent county countyvent countywent
went wet wet1Now wet1INow wetNow
Now rend what Mr Curtis says and andwhen nllllwhen andcvhiciu
when you ou go to the polls June 2 do no noforget not notrorget notforget
forget this letter
W v J CAIUKNTUR CAIUKNTUROIUANDO CuuRNruuiOiuANno IUHNfJR IUHNfJRG1UANDO
OIUANDO FIA lr May 20DitAit 20 1903 1903DKAlt 1903DltAn
DKAlt llltO CAlUKNTKIt CAlUKNTKItIn Jl JlIn
In answer to yours OU18 of recent date dateregard In InregnnJ Inregard
regard to the bad effects of the open opcisaloon openMlOO1 opensaloon
saloon will WilleR say that no one disputes I1IS1 > 11t8 that thamore th thatsnore t twore
more liquor is being sold now thai thaiunder thnnunller thiaiinader
under Local option I have been told toldby toll1by toldby
by good gool authority that the proprietors proprietorsof
of the three saloons in Orlando nckuowl nckuowledge nckuowlellgc nckuovledge
edge that their Average Mer gc daily sales salesamount snlesIIIJ10Ullt satesiituiouiit
amount to f250 2O Does anything more moreneed 1IIorcnecll moreusecil
need to be said on this line lineHow IInelnow hueHow
How about business A prominent prominentmerchant lromlntntmcrchaut lrouIIII1uitmerchant
merchant said to me last week that his hissales hisSIIles hissales
sales had fallen off very pcrccptnbly pcrccptnblyand Ierceptablyunclacco1nts
and unclacco1nts accounts were harder to collect than thanunder thanunder thanunder
under local option It does not tnko tnkoeven tRcOecn nicoeven
even a wise man to draw hi his own con conelusions COliell1slonl1 conclusbona
elusions Who can dispute that arrests arrestsarc
are not more frequent our city clt author authortltBuavc Ruthorlties nuthiorbties
tltBuavc ties have been asked to grant the city citymarshal citymusIlII citymacaunt
marshal and policeman larger salaries he hecause 11ecause because
cause of harder and llul1110re more confining work worklit
lit this department There arc other evils evilsattending evilsnUeltlllng evilsattending
attending the open saloon that need not notbe notbe notbe
be mentioned as every body knows what whntthey whatthicy bnt bntthey
they are be they the either for or against the theBAloou thesaloon thesaloon
saloon BAloouI
I hcllcvo b llevo the moral clement la already alreadyeorry olrcnt1yGorry alreadysorry
sorry that the saloon Is a fixture and andwould ntH ntHwould andwould
would be glad to reverse the order and if ifa Ifa ifa
a vote wns taken now the saloons would wouldbe
be voted out by n large IRrgomajorlty IRrgomajorltySincercly majority majoritySincerely suunjoritySincerely
Sincerely yours yoursV
V 1 A CURTIS CURTISIttlss CURTJSMlss CURTISIStis
Ittlss Ucssie Colson > n is visiting friends >
llnrtow llnrtowWhnt llartowWhnt lhartowVhint
Whnt Is Knlola Ask your druggist tf tfllou tflion tfibis
lion 1 M l Colson has returned from rol1l rol1lbuslueas
business trip to Jacksonville JacksonvilleIce
Ice cream deliveredto any part pnrlof of the
J M Mason Telephone 171 at atAttend 2lAlteuct atAtteuti
Attend the exercises at the East
tscnilnnjy Auditorium tonight tonightConstipation t tonightConstipatIon nlgbtCoflstllaton
Constipation Indigestion Stomach
and Liver troubles courcd with
tf tfThe t tThe tfThe
The JJlcvc banqult at the Brown House
night promises to be A grand rnlul
There in no better medicine than thanKalola thanKalola luau luauICalola
Kalola It is n combination of four fourMlnueral lourMlnnenl fourMinucral
Mlnueral Spring of known curative curativepowers curatlvopowers I Ipowers
powers tf tfMrs tfMr tfMrs
Mrs W V L I 11111 and a11l little son Robert Roberthave RobertJava Roberthave
have Java returned from n pleasant outing at atWhile ItWhite atWhile
While Springs SpringsFine SprlJlglIIne SpringsFine
Fine Ine assortment of Pearl Blouse sets setsfor selsfor setsfor
for ladies Call nud see ee them L r C CSmith CSUllth CSuuitbi
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W v T I McLondon the big melon melongrower nielongrower t tgroer
grower of ilachua was in the city yes yestcrday yesterday yeaterday
terday He says he will be shipping shippingmelons shippingmelons hlpplngtnetoua
melons by June 15 15Have 15have If
Have you tried Giddlngs HnlrGrowcr HnlrGrowcrOthers Hair Growci GrowciOthers J JOthers
Others lave tried it and pronounced It Itgood Itgootl itgood
good good For sale at H U Giddings1 Ol < 1l1lnll Drug
Stole tore Gainesville and Postoffico Drug
Store High Springs SpringsMiss SpringsMiss jI jIMlssAddle
Miss MlssAddle Addle Wright ono of the recent recentgraduates recentgraduates I Igradunull
graduates of tile t le Gainesville traded and andHigh andHIgh and111gb
High School lias returned to her home homeat JI JI1t
at Lexington LexingtonWe I
We have just opened this morning a anew anew anew
new and fresh lot of umbrellas for ladies ladiesand ladiesstud adlesatlll
and gentlemen Prices reasonable Call Calland Calland Calland
and make your our selection L C Smith SmithW JI JIW
W v D i mitch a valued employee of the theA theA theA
A C Iy with headquarters at High HighSprings lUghSpringl 111gbSprings
Springs and one of the best men in the thecounty thecontlty thecounty
county wasan was al1 oggreeable caller at Tint TintSTAR TustSTAll Imt1All0ffico
STAR t1All0ffico office yesterday
If It is job printing you want just send sendyour sendyour scudyour
your order to the Btar It will have haveprompt haveIrompt havelurornpt
prompt attention and work and am prices priceswill priceswlllluit priceswill
will wlllluit suit you tf tfA IfA tfA
A A large number of the East lt At Florida FloridaSeminary JJorldaSeiulalfY lioridaSeminary
Seminary students have left for their theirrespective theirretpecltve theirrespective
respective homes to spend sJ > cnd the vacation vacationbut
but many of them are here yet and will willremain willremain willremaLn
remain till the close of the commence coltlWenceutent commenceuseut commencement ¬
ment exercises exercisesGiddings exercisesGiddings exercisesGiddings
Giddings Hair Grower does the work workFor workHor workIor
For Sale by Dr S U aiddings Gaines Gainesville Calneavl11e Guineanil ¬
nil and the Postofflcc Drug btore High HighSprings 11IghSpringl 111gbSprings
Springs 1Ja 1JaThe laTile 1laThe
The immense Gospel Tabernacle will willsoon willsoon
soon 600 be ready for or occupancy It will willcost willcoat willcoat
coat about a1 > < 1t twice as much as was at first firstfigured firstfigured firstfigured
figured for it but when finished it will willbe willbe willbe
be a credit to Gainesville GI Uetvll1 and will bring bringmany bringmany bringmany
many people > here who would not other otherwise otherwfac otherwise
wise come comeH come11lour comeIf
H 11lour your hair is becoming thin try Old Olddings Glddlngl CUddings
dings Unparalleled Un l1eled Hair Grower For Foreale Forealc Forsale
sale by Jjr Jr 8 D clddings Gainesville Gainesvilleand calnesv l1e l1eand
and the Iostofllce Drug Store ore High HighSprings I1lghSpring 111gbSpring
Spring SpringR
R P Willlford and A W Lord com composing cowpoling cornposing
posing the sawmill firm of Lord B Will Willford WIlUlord Willford
ford at Bell were in the city yesterday yesterdayThey yesterdayThey yesterdayThey
They have purchased a place and are arelocating arelocating arelocating
locating a the 95 mile post on the Sea Seaboard Seaboard lienboard
board Air Line Their headquarters headquarterswill
will be In Gainesville where they will willbe willbe 111 111be
be welcomed by our people peopleGlddcna peopleGiddens peopleGiddena
Glddcna Unparalleled Hair Grower Growerii
ii all that ita name implies It cure curedandruff Curcidndrull curesdandxuff
dandruff stops atojllalling foiling hair and produces producesnew
new hair It is an excellent hair hairdresser hairdresserFor dresser dresserFor dresserJor
For lalentH sale al H B Glddlngs Drug btorc btorccalnesvillr tloreQaJnelvUlr litorecalneivlhbc
calnesvillr zuid nd the Poftoffice Drug Store StoreHigh Store111gb Store111gb
111gb Spring SpringGlass SpriugGlas SpringGlass
Glass tumblers t1tmblenWe We have thea tll t all allkinds aUIdnd allkinds
kinds In our China Lamp and Gfcw Gfcwware G Gware Glsieware
ware department de rtwe t Opened up p ibis tldsllilOns tldsllilOnslug thislag mont monting
lug two hundred hundl dozen Table Tumblm Tumblmtoctoteout 1bl Asnsbleratocloscout n nto
toctoteout to lOM onl at so o cents cea a dozen LvC LvCSrnitb LiCSmith 14GSiaMi
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good goo < 1 nil the time because we carry a big stock aud situ sell sellcheaper sellI
1 cheaper than the other fellow We arc slow showing a abig 1 1big
big line of Straw Hats best value for or the tli least leastmoney leastmoney
I money Pine jIC assortment Q for men women and a lid children childrensec
111 see and you OU will buy buyMens buyMcna
41 Mens Summer Suits Stlltsllhle Fine Line of Flannels and andHeadquarters J1ndJ
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ji J Headquarters for or Masons rut Jars White WhiteMountain Whits
i Mountain and nd Arctic Freezers Jelly Glasses Gill GillI G1uesSkccer
1 Skccter season is here and we sell the celebrated celebratedDixie celebratedt
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1 one uow and fluid dont < be annoyed wltliSkectcrs wltliSkectcrs1PURNITURBI with svlthkcctcrsi ffSkeetcrs ffSkeetcrsFURNITURE
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We can Curnishas furnish as fine Job X i J Jas pifhng Pthitingas 1 I Ias
as the State can afford at reasonable rates ratesand 1 I Iand
and on short sh rt notice noticeNOTEHEADS 4 J JNOTEHEADS
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need or want can c n be furinjsfrsd furn lb by us ii p pS on onSHORT onSHoRr 1
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NOTion FOR PO PUHLIOATIOX PUHLIOATIOXDepartment PU1ILI0ATfODeparthieuit I IDepartU1ent
Department of the Interior Interiornrt Interiorfnnll InteriorLand
Land nrt Office at Gulneivllle I lla llaMay llaMay la laMny
May 25 1503 1503Notice 101Notice 03 03Notice
Notice It hereby given thai th the follow followhie followIlIg following
hie named settler ha flied not notice ce of her herIntention herIntention herisitention
Intention to snake Commutation proof proofIn
In support of her claim nmr that Mid MidprooivriU isidproof 111 111proof
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