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THIIBODATJX. Lne. DESIGO' PAU LE JURY DE POLICE COMME DEPOSITAIAE DES% FONDS PUBLICS. OFFiCJ.IElN : E. G ROBICHAUX, Présidenr, (C P SIA VER,........ ('i-ieY.r 10. NAQIIN, ..Vice-présicdnt it ' L. BRA U D,.. Astiitant. ,niussH r E. t. LMORVANT, yice-présideiit. DIRECTLE URS, E. (. ROBIOHAUnX, THOMA8 BPAlY, OZE3IE D IAQUIN L A. TR(JSOSJLAI[, P. L BRAUD, L. M. LAfIIMAN i E. U. MORVANT, E1tNEd OGE, J. P. SIIAVI,;IC, B .I;EAU'VAIS W. Il. PRICE. La lIanqiie est murnie d'un cofice-furt avec uin 'timuc Lock" et i Jé'preîvtL de toute infrnction, rti>tfermé dan tl e voûne ote revêtue ti 'aier. Avec un Capital et surplutl de $60,000. FAIT. EN OEIGRBAL,TOUTELt LUS APPAIRES DE BANQUE. .Ichete et vend du change au a,, r le plus bas, soit dome:s tique, soit e',anger RBçoit desl dépots remboursables sur mandats vue. Votre patronage est ardemmeiit respectueusehient sollicité C. P. I A VER. Cacisat Bank of Lafourche, OFFICIERS : A. .1 BRAUD, P'éuident, K. J. DRAUD, Caissier, C:. J. BARKEI, Vice P>sident, 1'.F. iaIiEN>RlE,As8ista.t Cairssir DIRECTE'URS : THOS. D. KENT, D. DEiAr1NE, W. H. RAGAN. Sa E. N. ROTHl, JONH T. IMOURE, Ja., Da. L. E. MEYEII C. J. BARKER, A. J. BRAUD, C(. R. BEATTIE, ALCIDE TOUPS, K. J. BRAUD. Fait, en General, Toutes Affaires de Banque. .If«t,, et CIod de eR.antg. cEit ),omestique. soift trnsger. V'otre Patronage est Res.pectue.emntent Sollicite. Picaune .. 'Wattd everv Moedaj mmdl Thoredm Ber 01.5 ha» becs eubmtltutd for l. b We.kt Pirsycme. Boeid« ait thel l. celilpe f.alurre eblcb rade the j okI se ~pmImr dorbag tbe «1:1, Ma· or Its elrg#fr N.iY Dzt A i7mmni iffAvig B EICN AIDDu. TKL&EUIUPHIU NKWS UP ") Il O'ÇU)O'-i VIF NIOUT JUXFOolE THIE 1SS(? WILI. 33 PVBLI#àIg&D. emi te every rtepec T Twb c-a-Wak %Yomuu, a WILL B£ TOVND TilE 190 Wl'WSI I."TZIW.WrMG AND IN ÏSÏ[1<CtVM IAPERl IN TIR SOUTE. Allbesh cech lu.u et I %Li T*Ht-lrl P %pi TEE ifI AtlH.Mi FV*IA lDp·.r > * k~~r MENT wcll lb. > viC co .mmisalé Pnom mUt au vie*U et Mbfle ip mi dle'ml" the < tbe PIPÀ*IAWt 1ICAPENE 3hE cf ttandLa ot0.wu p@w m17Pl, cayui e - Pab ot 0 We9: C d Aae-. Pu nownu Paa ip Teri e Tk-rr.- .o et aYe- 1 The Pe* and Lague.t lem 9 Of thé Whelé Woridr·,. . . . 1> t -, Momrc ep mai Tmmp. 5 TbSI sum uat.. a.fleta. s.. ... lux saveu.n. * e ss.a mou"?endSftb i. .i j- Y r ...... 81 il menu ..» et@. Ton ricAi , 1114P.ru.L. N»Oks --------- ve- ,~ i \n\n *isa ilt -OF THlE- Ids'I eal Gi.' Heaters, .Levron& Co! Qf, rre;,; Q,"" c, .un'º L II W.A'J EI "aI r and examin t theee. They Ot heve Ie~f ilol e, al (II ij IlIEaters. N o S2 l oke. IN« Od1or. , Weqyur · .;i ý"_, :ýe I r leaux rice r;F ad guarantee ;! e bto M ee to ; dtlh Inx. 'cl~· !:i i 101' R ZESl/ l and Corr *tpoidiu;z pri ; x J. S. LEVRO LN & CO. MS IN VERSE. Reform. 1 VI P t):t10i t'e wItwd that to so1s to burry the pmn0Tt. d Utnma of a I Aihrt itt. the LAI~ht of sleep ylso11~y or p.hi r c bet:. r t., sine al sijbbir'a f,:d '.r to ou.k the. t~m gill hawds ii i.Y 1ap and ui-h tL1: it acre bi:t h;: t ,lIt th^ aeie pe.pii forigot La ro ; eZtt Let::r 0'* spit t ell for hier thlo,r, 'til a ba'mrrel,·r iicir (iHI 1letovir putty ar?"*u1's ! t:,,." IIt k it acre ',"at I r..Ln rd ,:r I:t a tatme ya fst his silent way- tI.: i:.o with a- shame. -~.V.C M Nialmier Comes to Toni. ssgt the parlir ia pct. afit t",' to fot ith tidie Irangin jutt coacl) on "AM saet's tied up low0y9, a'd tIt rrIat 51 btrl boat. pa Luirmil 0ver with lie tu eat' bee Pun'ky lrrs on. and tua'te !:iu.rr *" best at aepky. a'd she's a.:., n l a'. as stck a can be. aid t'nt nr d birai we'r guoin ter hive tl:e em:: W tea. s dtd u)' gau'y with the F;:t *ito.l of. ! taer e teapot andl t o' cu m;u'i', )Vol : t!i in Ir atie sums ftht cake an. rcm en rry jam Wtc.uitt" and nsoe doughnuts arnd souie aid somr hind 'polqglae like fury ad may ever}o tidr wftul !irk with noekin" 4.e is t.ire uesui" Lod c u', only bluri, kr It'. as !,rimeO t '. t}3:way 1 u13s th' 't:i;UF Ii tie s-niuin ind as good! as 10: Z. r eet aebout Of tittles, like he g net lit i as rte would I tk." another tirow or 0. D.I. .,r·r toWn. us rely m·innirrr on I I'm i'-uticd *Ju·tS ie cttur b Wort ai*d ateittl th F' A in Irut t0.t e"':.n . that wur irt Wes ilr.. 41 my tu.,Wtr they won't sy a woUrd i eat It ct titrii with the s'Unitter ,'.ui'd sec ion. nenerd n.y u. ,' trues, s't to with nut 7, at: I lent can pure 9s p:.t3w un tie ,nrisi ., it n:.a."j Os: .owr ý! v ely. it-r I3rely, &D t.at. a-ems al tiue i ario, mnd I caI : iNh he'd In- good at .weri I iat troth dl', f tin;u gut'. imay Jiiim. hn jtaa obt:r. ith the n.:r.,","e tot !.v Linoty:^. TI ING SALADS. htepan !e'ev al I(!nda a1 Eve, Popuiar ltah. la;aIr3.te l of ( to t a;v. t.'. lad eeLer1N mtit 'u'tll pa"ruouq. They 'i~ict'tirt got',y :tutd Of rlaegar, a oti;nil lIitcr· c o lfh. ~t~itL-It }t113 3tiikrt of Pk before takiitg firuo the cold, stir i]u a :t tp or vet cream. Mix tegiýtbter -A tumbler of vinegar, *"ooiitti of mustard, a r Mlted btittcr or oil, the y., raat an D pepper to aztlng together petnt over f itsti until nearly cotld; fir, Adding three hard Sbpged vtery lie. Pta' a ScanI of shrlnmp. - Two teaspo~onfule of IUP~onfufI Icul SiLt. a br.It cftmt. &~lr in two or of vlnegar. h'our 'heerd Fni.ztuw·te. Vtitre'~ meditlni sli ha until te~nder. W\.lwf ~aIP~ etnl~'-, endl h'ut lu WI rth1 n~iurnjaa layers toe ad InlsI'u! kille ~Vthe drneouzig a ejuuaruter - Rr'.ln'. Dtu'ttt~lrig- E~beirr IInt, '2itphtt tiu.e I I Ittut ~r uril Itwi ti'drre an oE tltorotglly, dIrlI it-il:ip to tic ig'llr. U Tot' urQ jjjn I acupgu1 of era-am. * -Beat up anl egp and I cponu or rin-olard r; tnr d:1r ill fertr t~il ~tCteul hutt~-r andl ntiu a up l~ of \·npr ful oflVnr. If for Mb-r~ng trntii it lt(ugins II'S.. - E'l cn o-h·~l oeat I1 *t htlt~u(l btittyr , I t~ltipoa,npelfr or ~bbl tt.r:.tr I: sltir litltli, aauli ,t C·j -Ad ahietopo-ft·i .,f ~b6pooofuls ot oul. Y DeDore a~pe pt salt. an ren'l~caspoounul or r . flow to lake Gold Cake. Cilt ,.I:, uof ,sugar, one-half CUp of bntter. yolks of tIl:ee eggs and one , v. hlI' er;., one-hilf cup of milk, one ~fev''l t,::;;'~ion (,f rreaonl tartar, one P half te:u.ti,ol ,of ,),,a, one and three Stlna:t r orl::s oIf inr. Cream butter a'il gh:ar t!hrou-.hly, n.i the eggs. e ti:'n i!'I' rdilt. tlilll 1:: flour and avor t. . I::li :* i." a :-!ntt in a moderate own 'u >>^t :;0 tlnnullts. Prost with whit-, frostlng. irowt to ltke term W Vlth Tomasto a ;,ilJ t. c;:art of leIaus half an hour. VW1,;li li!irg put one can oT tomatoes on thi s:tove in a .:!llit, with 13 whole c-loves iit; alto one onion sliced thin. ('o t:;! the. onion is soft, adding wt Ste If it ,bc-or.:es too thick. Drain the b:u::; al;d [,t in a stonw bean pot. prel':c the tomatoes anti onion through a slove a;::! Imur over the beans. Add a lit te, suit antl pepper. one tabl,.*spoor ful of nmol:isseu:, a p:,'ce of bacon, then (over anti bake Livie or six hours. Add water if they bake too dry. When (dono. the tians should be whole, of a pin;: eoaor and covered with a dressing that looks like toriato catchup. Hlow to Prepare (Onlon. as Gratil. O:l:o:is I.my b, eacl:y peeled by Iput ting in Lot water bevfOtr peeling. Peerl thlen I.il one hour. chi:ngiing the water at ,"mast twco dutr.:g that time. Salt ti:0 h:t v. ater. lira!n. cut In quarters, or i!gh!tlh if lIrl',. nrran;;e in a baking dl-hl. pour white ..auce over. sprinkle wit butiter ;and breadl crumbs and Irown in the oven. Very toothsome naidl si tc ung. hlgow to waLke (ormmeal Rolls. Sift two cups of lour, two cups of white evornleal, two teaspt'oafuls of nl;;:r'g '()w.!er. olne tenaspoonfnl of salt and oue ta:blspo tv:fui of sugar. Work in :t tabiespuucrni;l tof butter and mix to a !oill:il with o.1, and a half cups of r sweet milk. Flour the board, turn out th- taln,!. z.iv'e it one or two turns to cotilllIete the l smootlhunss. Divide into pirees the size of an eg:. again divide I thl,- 11nto A:'tis, whcllh roll out under d the hand tu.til they are In the form of , tiny .ylindters. Lay oni a greased bak ing t1n t!o they ,1-i not touch each other, a wash with iillk and bake in a quick oven 10 or 15 minutes. r How to alrbere Ham. Cut large slices of cold bolled ham t anti fry them in their own fat. Pre pare a sauce to pour over them by adding one tablespoonful each of vine gar. sugar and made mustard, and a little pepper to the fat left in the pan. Lay the slices of hant in a hot platter. add the sauce and serve at once. Mow to Cleas Chamois Gloves. To clean chamois gloves make a strong suds with white castile soap, and to two quarts of the suds add two teaspoonfuls of borax that has been previously dissolved In hot water. Let the suds get cold. Put the gloves on the hands and wash them carefully, as if washing the hands. Rinse in clear water, remove gently and put into a shady place to dry. When they have nearly dried, pull them into shape. Rub them between the hands when they are dry to soften them. How to Wash Cofee Caps. If the cups are rinsed In cold water before being washed Ia soapy water, they will not become stained. The hot goapsudsact as a mordant on the tannin of the tea or coCee and so fix the stain on the china. fow to Make Fish Cream. For isht cream add half a cup of fine bread crumbs to bait a cup of rich milk and cook to a paste; then quarter of a cnpful of rich cream and two ta blespon:l :"; of w1oreIetirshirfl sauce. half a te aslponffl salt and a quarter of a teat'lpoouifill of paprika. Htx well with two cupfuls of cold cotked fish. chopped ftle float the whites of three eggs to a froth and fold in the mix ture. Fill a fish nmohlt or plain charlotte mold two-thirds full andl steam over hot wate'r In the oven until well sct- abotut half an hour. Turn out on hot a platter andti serve with a lobster or shrimp sauce. low to Mwake Cream Rolls. Take :i half a pound of flour and at little salt, rub it Into one ounce of but- I ter till s:onth, addl a quarter of an i ounce of baking powder and nearly a gill of crenm. Kn-ad up Into a dough. i form Into small rolls, bake them in ai moderate oven for 201 milnutes. Serve hot t How to Tell ed FleoIar. The best ikur 1i.: the cheapest, even t for the poor. as it luakes better bread to the pound, vontalning a high per cent of nutritive princilples. A good I flour has a yellowish tinge, must not feel damp. clammy or sticky and when kneaded Into a dough will become smooth and elastic and stay in a round. pauffty shape and take up a large amount of water. The very white -ours are poor and contalg very little gluten nad are not fit for bread. Select a flour which is satisfactory for all cooking purposes. How to Make Mouth WLash. A little cam;l;or and water ashordl be used as a wash for the mouth and throat it the breath is not sweet. Donnaud. A. *. IMDNNAUD. Preop. SFirst class accommoda. tion for Commercial tra velers. Sample rooms on the premises. Lafourche Crossing, - - La Cumberland 'Phone loO. L. H. LANCASTER, EL EC TRICIA N Electrical Work, in Pri vate Telephone Lines and Plantation Sys tems. Electric Bell, Fire and Burmlar Alarms, and all Electrical Yov elties. ILL OR IAK POR tTIlATI uad PRIICU. t'ow re.ndv. Our I~' ~ee canz't I~ be ii. Taie 1t'eke4 store. Au :eti:r.c!ivc wonm.n thrivce (r, of extercie (i, (;ell o;'."I1 il. lI form gI ows iiith hi~a.º a .º f:-et, lay (:u I wilta it., te.':t":v. Will n !rozh'e d %vtI' a gtiv" l I..t'tt. -h" IA-k- % f" t. dr,.t . i of Hl)RNIIINE t " ct t uceze iher Sys' n. of iei imj~l:·;ct s. l'i c, 50 cG11Mitw FIJVale by Ti hbIouiaua d: Ulf .'I)rc. Tbt Sbchuioiaiaii (i'ontrap,.. whli;(h wile appsear at the O4)para Huauo )n Die. IS. 1900. :., ori of th l ti.-, vv.. South. Each memnber of tlh auaga;iz . i ona isan arti't ii, her ,in, ti e la.- 'in., ^n'i' this tact , , ri.-r % :Oh" t. I Its' !, sl~eInd.d ~aaae' I.". vI.,L h:.'. gre. t.. th iti zIt ?'' e r! vQ; s;.it et 'uce .v rug (iicIgo th Ilt lii of the ('a rnpMizu l~'ily- Eat 00 .Adws, W11. rant:: 7'4 tle i". A _ ..:.:. 1'' c (:"i .5 .niii 11e U' Init. 'I Wi;t is "'h . .th 1j5 tl Mls A'l.n - t- o :.hst .t ". h""a ("""r, e( rt . by 31i~t ire (,1i ('h~air- :"r 'ºr. *opr': 114, Mi ss4 (i::.J 't!' ha ri snt.8.1l I'irlka,axa. qrand ..as . Ii iarL Sew I a. i liOnli~t. I)4~t" antia al~a1ir, ia fr: in th!i 4~ al'd anrld tI 'h gaInol nelth is ntitidi n~iuiri j h bei~ever fiti: qlom:rnhich r! a ii I t/) I) Lift'yn thi ':' fi'i'.' a " ore( i : . t ' " t . 1 !1 I 11 [" :. \ w .1 to.. up te .~ tiii~a:i, !e" , ºa~g 'r sh1 :, r niva. so ar'h. r I·t' 1':11 za -'uSln 0 ro'1 riPr 50 veiut\ For sale i:..)". SluuIK aim utore. Noti :e. "I'AX ('(:; LECT'R'S OFF!':*. I'ARIla OF LeAFORCdIE. * LD t c. I 1st. 1 "0. " t" i I ~ 3P it·lY Lafo.rch.. "CC ESiUIN OF 'Vt 1...' . I OVE NO. I4 IItOBATM's. 'i'AKE NOTICE. THAT PUYSHUANT I to an order and decree of the above Court and to a Commis.~ion to me direct .d in the above: entitled and nuIlnUIItred .ll'tcces:iont, I w:,i offer for sall. at pullI0 sa et;i tars, ntell 1) law t ,t" Ihin-t and higi:est on:cuirr asi tih? Court House in the Town of Thihodanux, n -.ATURDAY, JANUARY 12ITH 1901, betweetl the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. a:;! l1 o'.ccek p. m. the following des cribed property belonging to said Sue cession to wit: 1:EAia ESTATE. A ('C--ain tractof Land tuliated in the Pari!h of L.flurche. on the right bank of Itar ou Lufourche in the inune ditrte Vicinity of cl" Town of Thits daux. and about Fifteen or Sixteen arpe:t' from said bayou. mcasuring ore arpent. on Saiut C(harles street be the ire.;etlh thereto belonging, boun le'J in front rb lots of Louis Sylvailr Allain. row or formerlv, above by lands of Hon. A. F. Knobloeh, below by Saint Charle= street andl back by lots belong ing to Anthon:"y allge;, John Rangter a:id R,bh'rt Taylor, now or formerly. Said tract of land hbti'g the same which was acqt.ired by the siud William Low, from Lsouis Ny-l'lin Allain by an act of sale p:assd before E. E. LeBlanc, Depu tv ltecordcr, ¶o the pith day of April A. lD. l4O0 (See Con. Book 13, page 294). On the following terms and ('ondi tiens. viz: For Cash to pay debts. JAMES BEARY, Sheriff of the Parish of Lafourehe. HowELI & MARTITN Attyaof uccession. l)ec. sth lIOo. Public Sale. IN TrF MATTrR OF TEs ESTATE Or RAPurAEL ORUEON. Nineteenth Judicial D)istrict Court in and for the Parish of Iberia, State of 1,ouieiaua. Probate No. 374. )Y VIP.TV'E (F AN OIDER I8 S) lsumi ,nm tbhe II norable the Nint teetath Juditcial District ('Cort of the State of Luietana,ln and for the Part:h J I beria. dated Noveabor :lrd. 1t0O. in the )hove suecession, and to me direet~ edi, I, Emile Orgeron, will, as Adminis trator of the Estate of the said Raphael Or eron, offer for sale, and sell or cause to be sold, to the last and highest bid. drie, at the Court hones d"or, in the town of Thlboidanx, Lafourche Parish, state aforesaid. ON SATURDAY. JANUARY 5TH 1901, the following described property, to wit: 1. "A certain tract of lard situated in the Parlqh of Lefourche, State of Louis iana, on thl right aecý tiding hank of Bayou Lafourehe, at about thirty mlil.e below the town of 'Thil'otsux, antd measuring more or lesa, oli, arpert front by a dti lh of forty arpents. Houndetl above by lands of the sueces ian of P. M. rgePr)on: feliv by those of Teles Savoie: with all thy, buildings anld improvements: thereon situated and thereto belongnng." 2. The undivided one eighth in that certain tract of land situated in the Parish of Lafourche, State aforesaid, on the right deseending Bank of Bayou Lafourche, at about thirty miles below the town of Thi~odaux, and measuring, more or less, one alnd one half arpents front, I-v- a depth of survey. Bounded bhove by land of L. G(uidry, and below by tract of land ahov, described." Terms and Cunditicns: C.ASII ON THIE SPO)T. EMILE ORnERON, Administrator. New Iberia, La., November 7;th., ii)0. 19-5t. l NiI | ii i llI a STATE OF LOUISIANA. 2.1th. Judicial DI):trict Court--Parish of Terrebonne. EYTATi OF OCTAVE B.ABIN AND COn MUNITY PROBATES NO. ;3. 'I'AKE NOTICE : THAT PURSITANT l to an order ;und dec·ree of the above Court, dated Nuovember 3l ItJ)U a.1d to a ('Colll!lision to i:le directed in the above entitled and nu l bored uucces.ion and community b.aring date, of November 5th 1.)x0. I will offer for sale at public auction pursuant to l.~V to the last anti hiFgheit :tidier, at the Court House in the Town of 'fIhib'odaux on SATI7UDAY DECEMBER 15TH 1900, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'cloctk p. tm. the following des eribte( prolperty belonging to said Es late and commlunity to, wit: ''ile uplp-r half uf Section 34, Town Ilhi, S!, Mouth tange 17 East, situated on the tIcft dehcendiig Baank of Bayou Blue, in thl Pari-h of Lafourlche, eon taining two huitdred nnd forty seven and .9--10U acres imore or less. Said property to ;,e' said at public auction, to the last and highest ,idder at the front door of tihe Court House of the l'arih of Lafourehe in the town of Thildxiaux La. to pay delbs. Terms: Cash in Cuited States Cur rency. JAMES REARY, Sheriff of the Parish of Lafour'*he. C(tARr.l \V. DI'RoY, atty of iuctessiou. November loth .ith0. C ANDY KITCHEN JOS. JEFFRIES, PRop. JUST RECtVE- A FRESH LINE OF Lownev's Chocolates. St:wards Choc. & Bonbons, ,ew:erd's French Fruits, Riun de Bro. Cake Chocolate, A fresh ssortmeolt of Cakes recesved eve y Thursday......... • 27 PRAILROAD ) MARKEl OCTAVE J. TOUP3, P'ROPRIETOR. 1't nln f troqh brr., pork, iieal, mutton an( 411- UV-." ''on1tantll on Irand. uit.l ntcd lne the tIaIlreed. corner St. 3tar3 t c . aazd '.f rae. access from aIlparts of ,..nn hornorn rcial Hotel, '.jrirrr's Stra!~gerg' Hotel.) ij~Q1; 1 1&T t: ýý?ACT,~C k BhU F. -I -Ft'EE E'%AMPLE ROOM. 4:3vposite City Hall, Thibodaux, La. 2 J' WHEN YOU GET MARRIED t: You want rime huodennie $ and Ptyll~n Wedding luvi tatione tt c,%:% usit y. u. Tbe bret unrIted e t ook ever ini Stwn·an lotsof it. L. "t I' ( THE SENTINEL. Goes Pawnrime OUD SPECIAL TV. "3 * A~et ~i<. . :: i"ýjsure - "i ('.t about hats C~ Ic~ a~u hIeputitcn ''* :C~y &V-; up to } Griccf :! Spring E 1 J BRA D Aet ti".:r i:s ý.t.c~i EMILE J BR a U, ;gent The Light of the World or Our Savior in Art. Cost nearly $100,000 to produce. Contains nearly 100 full-page engrav. Sings of our Saviour and His Mother1 by the world's greatest painters. True copies of the greatest Master-. pieces in the act galleries of Europe.: Every picture is as beautiful as a ouur'ise over the hilltops. Contains (ldecription of the paintings. hiogra. phy of the painters, the names and !o:tttions of the' galleries in Europe where the originals may be see-n. Also zoutains a Child's Department, including a Chllh's Story of the Christ and His Mlother, beautifully written, to fit each picture. This wonderful book, matchless in its purity and beauty, appeals to every mother's heart, ant( in every Christian home where there are childreu the book se Is itself. Christian men and womenu are making money rapidly taking crders. A Christtau man or woman canl in this community efon make $1,000 taking orders for Christmas tr'e-itnt,. Mrs. Waie, our ;'gent in Ala-sachustts, has sold over $3,000 worth of the Ihoks in a very slhort time. \Irs. Sackett, our agent In New Y:k, hay sld over $1.500 w 'rth of the hooks in a very short tIln'e The h, aok is printed on velvet thiac.l paper, beaulifully bound in ';arinal lied sad geol, and adorned with (G ,'den Roses and Lilies. 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