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Highland recorder. (Monterey, Highland County, Va.) 1877-1972, July 19, 1901, Image 2

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l&gt*-, $1.00 a Year in Advfmc-3.
Ip-i:;(l evcrv Fryif.v evealap1.,?
W. Sst: kt A.TKCEisr^r,
ts ;.3d at thu Monterey pout office as
second class mri lier.
Monterey, Va., Friday, Jttiy, lu, 1001
*. hok.?*.*h.p in Honor of Mighlanc
? or Bath.
"Mrs. J. G. Capsie, of Nev
? urkf has established ;: seholarsbij
' ?100 in memory of her two sons
Mliam K. Carlisle1 ri*id Logan Cnr
!js)e, who frere graduates ol' thi;
-chook li lalo he awarded by Hu
faculty to some deserving yoting
?i tn. x,ref< rubiy from lilith .of Hfjrh
m.d ('on ii ty, Virginia.-*'
Tho nboye ts taken from tin1 cat
. >gut* t'f Washington and Lee Oni
fisity and is to be given to aonie
neflober of tho Junior Law Class
Irs, Carlisle bas given .Ibis endow
lout us stated above, iii memory ot
lier two sons, and Ihe reason why
reference is given tu a young man
"oiii Highland nr Bath counties, is
'be fact that ber husband's people
migrated, from tbe Hull Pasture
Uiver, which was then a part of
Bath now Highland county to Ken*
tuckey, a good many years ago.
Tbe endowment of tbis scholarship
is an honor to these comities and
chould be taken advantage ot.
The Pend eton court lms n\
pointed viewers to locate a route
for a public road from Franklin to
:onie point on the Dry Fork rail?
road, by wav of Circle ville. In tbe
direction of their present railroad
point, Harrisonburg, tbe road is
very bad, and for a long tioie thc
Pendleton people have been trying
to get Rockingham county to go
:?n with them in tbi building of a
good road, each county to build to
ihe state line, but Rockingham
being slow to act in tbe matter,
Pendleton is looking for an outlet
in another direction. Harrisonburg
lind better bold on to Pendleton
county if she can.
Hicks' Predictions for July.
In opening bis forecasts for July
Hicks lays particular stress on thc
oppositions of Jupiter for June 30
and Stainn on July 5. Jupiter i*
the biggest planet to be seen in the
southeastern sky iu the early even?
ing at present Saturn is near.Ju?
piter and a little lower down.
Venus and Mercury, wnich can
be seen in the -wes!ern sky after
'unset, are in conjunction with e..ch
other On June [Otb.
This balancing up of worlds is
not an ordinary occurance, contin?
ues the forecaster, and the meteo?
rological effects arc not easy to pre?
dict. However, there will be a
maximum tendency to seismic, ce?
lestial and volcanic perturbrtaons.
The segregation of the solar energy
jn that portion of ihe celestial lon?
gitude occupied by an unusual as?
semblage of planet* will show a
state of cosmic and meteorological
lin rest well into tm? month.
While there will be high temper?
ature preceding the storms, there
trill be experienced, generally, phe?
nomenally low temperature. The
storm period opening the mouth is
central on the 4th. Reactionary
storms are due 8 to ll wish a fair
amount of rain. 'Another storm
period is 14 to 20.
More or less rain with probable
cloud tm cst, bail and dangerous
?winds need not surprise any one cn
the Mercury of Venns periods which
blend on the B6th. Intense heat
will bc natural and cool nights
will follow. Storm conditions will
close th? month. Many >t-rms
will threaten during the latter part
of July, but will too often cud in
*> iotetit gusts of wi lids, thunder ami
dust.
A backwoods Tennessee editor
thus gives vent to his feelings:
'We are mad. Darn tlir* people!
How can they expect ns, out here
twenty miles from a railroad, mil
Hun* of mib's from heaven, about
Iwo miles from the devil, aud only
vWO yards from a whiskey shoji, to
get out a liyely new-papery"
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In a can rt *b of the entire mem?
bership of the constitutional con?
tention, the Richmond News makes
the discovery that with few excep?
tions the members are convinced
that the democratic party must eui
loose from Bryan, i'ryrui-m and
free silver.
f.>,
The subject of franchise is grv
jug the constitutional convention
pinch more (rouble limn it had
looked for. A report from Senator
Paiiiela Suffrage committee is not
Hoked for under a week.
mm^Wmmmmt ?*? n*mi?mi;itt0tt^3^***>*j+,t*K>r*~
How does this kind of reading
BOuhd to a fellow who has gotten
ii good ducking nearly .OVery day
tins summer?
"Governor Dock*ry of Missouri has
named July 21 as a day of fasting
and prayer to break the drouth."
"The governor of Mississippi has
receiyed a petition asking him to
s t aside a day for prayer for rain."
Our Part in Paying For War.
Baltimore Sun, July 1st: Today
the government begins a new fis
c il year. Despite large expendi?
tures on account of the war in the
Philippines the treasury has a sur?
plus of nearly $70,000,000, this sum
rc-presenting taxation over and be?
yond the needs of the government.
The hill passed at the last session
of congress providing for the re?
peal of ii part of taxes imposed by
the war revenue act of 1898 will go
into effect O-dav. It is estimated
that the Peducliua' of revenue by
the repeal of these taxes will
' ijtuounjfc to $40,000,000 a year.-?
] Since the a ar reyenue act passed,
.Jin 1898, the government has col?
lected about $ 130X00.000 in taxes
on the article*] which are now to be
relieved, either wholly or iii part,
of taxation.
Ohio democrats had a right to
hiss lilyan's picture if they wanted
to.
Pierpont Morgan bus added fl
new trust to his string. A lit tb*
concern, capitalized for $340,000,
000, control the entire eastern out?
put of soft coal.
One of our exchanges said; "No;
Teddy isn't dead; he is only Vice
president.
j Robert Cat lett of the county of
j Rockbridge, is r candidate for the
[state senate from this {'we 7th dis?
trict. Mr Caf lett, represented the
county of Charlotte in the house of
delegates some years ago.
Can't some of our leading men,
; who have the desire that Monterey
I the comity s'-at of Highland coun?
ty, should not suffer I.inger, on Re?
count of | ocr educational advan?
tages, make a move i'<>r a better
state of things along that line?
Here is au opportunity for yon todo
your town and cou of y a great and
lasting service.
Immense Crops.
The people o? Kansas will raise
90,000,000 bushels of wheat this
y.ear. More than 5,000,000 acres
of" laud were Sown in wheat and 15
000 extra men were imported to as?
sist in the harvesting. The income
from the crop of wheat will be
more than $590 to every fanner il)
the state. Next year even more
land will be planted in wheat The
cause of the increase in the wheat
crop is due to the more abundant
rain all the year, and some sa\ this
was caused by the transformation
of a great deal of the prairie into a
forest.
Luxury At the White House.
When Martih Van Mureil was
president he excited the wrath of
the public because as much as $13
000 was spent for looking-glasses,
1 imps ana candle-sticks Much, of
that which is now* beautiful in tin
While Bouse has been acquired
within the last thirty years, for dur?
ing the Civil War the purchase i f
new bric-a-brac and the preserva?
tion cf the old was nearly impossi
bl?. The White House as now
furnished, shows in a measure the
individual tastes of the various
presidents, and is also a treasure
hotted of valuable bric-a-brac pre-]
sen ted by Americans and by other
Governments. Tue Delineator
for August contains sixteen photo?
graphs, most of them never having
been published before, showing
some of the most striking artistic
specimens. For tlnse who have
never been to Washington, this ar?
ticle will have great value. For
| those who have already been tl.- te
and wish to remind themselves of
what th**y there saw, it will also
have great ya!ne.
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Died.
Mus. Lucy Curry
At her home, June 80, 1901, af
ter* lingering illness Mrs. Lucy
Curry, wife of Wm. Curry, of Bun
lersville, aged fifty-nine years.
Her death was due to throat affec?
tion. Some weeks ago Sirs. Curry
went to the John Hopkins Hospit?
al, but it seemed that nothingconld
be done for her, so she came home
and since Imr return has sank rap?
idly until the end. Mrs. Curry was
considered a model woman in every
respect, and will be greatly missed
by her wide circle of friends. She
is suryived by a husband, ono son,
Sherman Curry, and two daughters,
Mrs. Joe McXeel, of Academy, and
Mrs. Lillie Wade, of Highland
county .---Pocahontas Messenger.
The Rock bridge and Lexington
delegates elected on Saturday were
all instructed for Anderson for at?
torney general and most of them
for Montague, who has oyer 734 \
delegates, thc number required, for ?
govern;)). |!
The shipment of 6,000 horses i
from Kew Orleans, fm- the use of 1
the British army in South Africa, t
doesn't indicate British expectation :
of sb emdv end of the Hoer war. *$
BtsUss******* &**?& v..**"***. -
Vanderpool to Get Telephone Uni
The work of getting o'.'t pole?
and digging holes for the extensioi
?of the M & S telephone Rue fron
this pla.e. hy way ol' Vanderpoo
Gap. to Meadow Dale, is now ii
progress, and in a short time an
other seven miles cf and wire wi!
be added to the system.
Where the Vanderpool branch
connects with the Back Crefk linc
the latter will be eui, and tbe'phon(
holders north of that point in or?
der to communicate with those
smith of it will hare to talk through
the Monterey switchboard, and yic(
versa.
Jackson's River Notes.
PiNTKNL-v, July lo, U>0!,--VYc
are having some very fiwe weather.
Wheat cutting', and corn hoeing li?
the work now on banda.
Mr Peter K. Kramer spent a few
days here recently.
Mr Allie Gairdner is sick with
rheumatism.
Miss Katie Pruitt is vi-.ii.ing lier
brother at McDowell.
Some of our Uiver girls seem tn
be wearing long faces?the boy?
have only gone to thc lumber
camp.
Miss Li<*u flicks has returner!
home after a short yisit to Monter?
ey.
Mr Morgan Armstrong is Bink*
jug a well this week.
Mis Margaret Sra rid field died at
Hie home of her daughter, Mrs Ed
Simmons, of Deerfield, this week.
Lola A53 T.rr.A.
From Little Back Creek.
Naples, duly 18th lOOl.-Toc
much rain is the cry.
We are sorry to say that Mr El?
sa Terry ia sick; .also Mr -bick
Townsend'
Miss Fanni1 Warner who hat
been visiting here, returned home,
Mr J P Terry made a trip t<.
Monterey Tuesday.
Mrs Ryder cohtinues very sick-.
Mr Auston Briscoe is building a
new house. Pink.
Meeting of New Board.
Thc new Board, of Supervisor.*
held its first meeting on Wednes?
day, the 11 tn, when the same was
organized by 0 A Stephenson being
elected chairman, members A C Ju?
dy and Joseph fl Diner.
No other business of importance
was transacted.
the regular, annual meeting of
the Board for the purpose of set?
tling with the county Treasurer!
will be held on the 25 of -J ul v.
If you are in need of a Br?fc class
Type Writer, call on US, we have
the agency in* this county for the
"Chicago." which is the best ma?
chine made for the money. We
will deliver the machine complete
to you with Instruction Book in a
carrying case for $37.50, or with
>ut case for 35.00. Cull end see
tam pie machine. The ''Chicago
was awarded a Gold Modal at the
Paris Exposition in 1000. The
'Chicago is the best for the money.
Respectful Iv,
A. T. Carpenter,
Pinckney, Va.
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Hops the Cough nd Works off
tlpe Cold.
laxative Bromo-Qafi.ine Tablets cure a
oM in one day. No care, no Pay.:
'rice 2~> cents.
k Fall of
Watches.
Not a literal tumble
if the time-pieces themselves, but
mell a fall of prices that the man
vin wants a watch will be able to
jet it now.
Standard, reliable, higii
grade watches from reput?
able makers, m s'variety
of cases?all good?and at
Various prices?all low.
TlH*?r?is a record-making
watch sale.
DI. SWITZFJl,
Jeweler and Optician.
IK. Main St.
To Cure A Cold In One Day
'ake Laxative Bromc Quinine Tablets.
Ul drturgistfl refund the money if it tails j
o cine. Vj. W Grove's signature on each
os 86c.
JUAiuhTEEO SALARY!
$900 VEABLY. j
Men and women of good address;
o represent us, some to travel ap* J
jointing agents, others for local
-ork looking after oor interests;
1900 salary guaranteed \ early. I
xtra commissions and expenses,1
a j.id advancement, old established
ouse. Grand chance for earn.' I
ian vc woman io secure pleasant,
ermattent position, liberal income
lld future. New. brilliant lines.
Vrite at once.
S.UTonn Putts,
3 Church St., New Haven, Conn.
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Br. Bull's Cough Syrup will core a
Cough or Cold *at> once. Conquers
Croup, Whooping-Coiir*h and Measlo
Cough without Eui. Mothers praiso
it. Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi?
tis, Hoarseness. Grippe, Pneumonia
and Consumption. Jtig";;. (
euro results. I?rice,S5ct3.'
dealer's substitute; It is not an good.
PCsHttUS
I Am Ajfilii c>riaa'fiEifft
iiougii oyrap
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Ball's Pills caro Constipation and Liver
Troubles, go pills, io cts. Trlul box, 5 tts.
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IN entering upon the duties
of the new year we desire
to thank the public for
the patronage extended
to us in the past, and to
assure our people of our
purpose to serve them
faithfully whenever bi
seryice is needed. Wv
have contracted to have
our Hearse re-fi uh bed.
have laid ir. a complete
stock of Undertakers'
Supplies, and, familiar aa
We ii re with the wants
and tastes of our people,
we can guarantee satis?
faction both as to prices
and finish. Our 0
Outfits are all of our own
make, and we make no
extra charge for Hearse
service. We are arrang?
ing to be in direct tele?
phone connection soon.
Very Truly \ oura,
T. H. Slavish Se Son
!
-z&zam&axmA Jim wm* i j .err* jwn-a*.
(Fertilisers
and Seeds.
[BAKER'S PHOSP
?Still leading. Norn gives more
Riitisfactsry res-alls. Has been test?
ed in this section for twenty var.:.
Better than others of much Iii
I cost.
WE WgALSO
j Acid Phosphate (South Carolina
i Bone),
I Pine (.'round Raw Roue Meal,
! Dissolvt d Animal Bone,
I Ammoniated Phosphates,
Kaiuit, fee., ftc.
?'? *Pricea to suit the times.
SE3$DS?
Choice Western Clover,
do do Timothr.
do do Orchard Grass,
do do Red Top,
Paney Kentucky Hine Grass.
Can to see ns.
Baker & Brown.
Staunton, Va
j .1'iVaSITY OF VIRGINIA
it rs TUB
I I ; pstone ol the Public School Sys
j tem of the State.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
In the Academic Department
I Letters Science
?Lai Medicine
ENGIIffilKl
Bfftsion Begins loth September.
Vcr Catalogue address PB. Barrin?
ger, Chairmnn, Charl lot tsvi He, Va,
Wa Settee d 1wm fer Mi
Investigate our co-ope rt live plan o;
monthly payments lie/ore purchasing b
Bath Cabinet. Member* wa*ted who
are honest Wealth unnecessary.
Hot Air Electric Baths will benefit 01
rare every ailment. J>v using one of our
'l dermal Bath Cabinets va 1 an accomp?
lish quietly la thc retiremetn Ol your
own home, bolter results than .-rt Natural
Sulphur Springs or Turkish Bath Hoi
Enjoy Turkish, Sulphur, Vapor, or j
Medicated Steam Hath.- al linnie,:) cents
each. They open np the 5^000,000 pores
of the shin. From each Hows a tiny
it ream of poison laden Ityuid, which, it
retained, poisons the system, causing
Rheumatism, Malaria, Ne:. . and
General Debility.
The most complete line of Bath Cab,
Inets in the world.
Prices: The Standard $5.00* Century
$8.50; New Era $12.00.
Good Representatives wanted every* |
where. Write foroUf hook, Health and
STANDARD BATH CABINET CO.
517-619 lladisou st.
Toledo, Oh
<Cr.vc.fts, and Trade-*Iaj*oobUinedBnd all Pat
;entbuaifles? conducted tot wooehatc Fees.
,ouh office is Opposite u. s. Patent Office j
?;.:;.l vc ( sate ure patent ia Jess time than thoic!
{remote from Waehinctoil
Send model, drawing or phrt*)?, wita deicrlp
:i. Vc 1 Ivite, if patenuble or iv>t, free of!
f.....:.'. Oq^fee not doe till p.itcnt succni i.
5 A pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents, "with'
feast i 1 sumo m the U. S. and foreign countjpoS
jcXSNOW&CO.j
2 Opp. Patent Office, Washington. D. C< fj
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Livery arable,
Monterey, Vir^lnia
Uack, Surrey nnd Buggies ut reas?
onable prices.
Horses boarded.
My personal attention given.
Thin olfrnature ia on every box of tho grnuine
Laxative Brofto-Quiitiine Tabu**
the remedy that c*"irca a c?lti In ceo 'l?7
Wanted?-Active men of #ood character
to deliver and collect in Virginia for old
esiablisbed manufacturing wholesale
house. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty
mme than experience required.* Our ref?
erence, any hunk in any city. EncJo?e
'addressed stamped envelope. Manu,
facturers, Third Floor, 884 Dearborn Bv
Chicago.
ihe New Star.
Having leased tbs Cunningham
Hotel Property, weare dow giving
it a complete renovating, and on
Mav l*ti it "iii be re-opeued us the
NEW STAR HOTEL.
The public will find excellent ac?
commodations*----Neut, clean rooms.
New Furnishings throughout
Best of Pare?courteous tn it iii mt
Best of attention given to the cure
of horses.
We respectfully ask a share ol
the patronsge.
W i si ..'?:?. a i' ;.;?. ?? MB.
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TO THE FRONT
My Line,
Spouting1,
Roofing,
Salty Flues,
You will find me ready to givi
von estimates, and do all work
promptly.
Cook Stows and Bange!
always on hand. Get ray prices
before \< u buy.
IMnmbing too ne of ray special*
ti,-,.
Ilfttli 7:;*:s fumisned and placed
\\ lui] Hills erect.-il &c, &c.
Work Guaranteed.
C 0. Arbog \ it, Tinner.
Monterey, Va,
? II. STEPHENSON,
li.
Attorney at Lat,
mdntehey, va.
Pructtcv* tn thc conrta of Highland mm
Hath counties Va..and I'liah.intns count]
W \a.
A. Lee Winier
Watchmaker & Jeweler
('rabbottom, Va,
Kepsiriog done at reasonable
prices and guaranteed. I nave ap?
pointed II. M. Slaven as agent foi
me at Monterey, Va.
Fine line of Pic?
ture frames &c.
J40ttmuwW^WP*
at feucldai'tb's
I~?JS^S t
(jailer?
PEA.];?ES
MA.13B TO ORDER, ALL I LZEB, PRTfES
un: lowe! r. Call and see samples
when iu town.
A. C. Sudd*
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3 OniwS ' 3 i?5U i i SCH
UayEzpecl AV. II. MARPLE who rep
resents^ thc
Marquis lari uri
Granite' Co.
lo call upon
ii" is prepared to fumina Hest
Work at moderate prices. See him
before buying.
W. A, Bussard,
Detractors
and Builder,"
-Monterey, Yu.
Dressed Lumber of all kinds.
uiril Knd soft woods, for .sale at
*easoriable prices.
Also Saan and Doors of all
ilzes.
steel Hoofing
A S|>ecialty,
If you have any Planing to do
it. Buy lime I .solicit the work, and
guarantee satisfaction. tf
ail' Cutting.
Shaving,
Sham poo! ni!,
Razors put in
Oruei\
YOU v.i--:. PIN!) MK !n 1
OLD WIMEK BUILDING,
1 WILL BR ol. \i? TO AflAIM SERVE
IV OLD VA ti MIR3, AN,. THE Pl'BLII
*NERALLY.
Thal I have not departed from my i
abligbed rule, of making every effort to
tease my customers, I think, will he
roven on your fi rel ytail lo my new
inners.
H lyou rive me your razor to put in or
er, I ?*iiai;nii. e I hal it shall cot.
.). 1'. UwiN,?Barber
Monterey. Va.
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papers ?5vcr shown in Virginia.
11 j Our priees are right and range from
: 3 c^nts a roll np.
We handle the test of dumbest factor- H
ies in America. g
Rend tor illustrated catalogue ct some p
exclusive, handsomedesigits
Albeit Kimi.z,
National Valley Bank
Staunton va.
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?li'oH CuiW-'*-' lasting qualities, cxquia
HEfflSUM&fi! itely delicate and tre.u to
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TRAD? MARK.
19 ONS OP RY POPOL&B ?D?ES.
If ruy gooda are not sold in your town,
Bend direct to me.
Jl'.ao try_
MI-MI ToV^?
al!
Perfumes.
fl. [email protected]!1ER,
*4?ERFrjiT4ER,
262 State St., ROCHESTER, N. Y,
F-GCNTS WANT S3,
LiACKEY
: THE VEGETABLE AND
PLANT GKOYVElt.
EARL"V AKD LATE CABBAGE I !..'.
EARLY AND LATE TOMATO PLA K TS
SWEET POTATO PLA I
Large and small or?
ders ?solicited.
J. 15. Lackey.
Fish and Oyster dealer,
>.'?). i S. Augusta Si.
Staunton, Va.
Phone 107.
BAEBEH
Will be found over L S Dick?
enson & Co's Store.
SHAVE, HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO.
REASONABLE PRICES.
I<i ni v shop on Wednesdays, Sat?
urdays and all public days. Give
nu a trial. Thales for past favors.
j an. 21, o;uo.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAMS BACK?
Kidney Trtu'uie Makes You Miserable,
Almost everyl.ee/ who reads the news?
papers is sure to know of tho v/enderfuj
eurea made by Dr.
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
j the great kidney, liver
| jjt and bladder remedy.
ta It is the great medi?
ci; eal triumph of the nine
|jjjH teenth century; dis?
covered after years cf
"r-liil scientlflo research by
^3 Dr. Kilmer, the c nt
rent kidney and biad
m.m. ii wm ?" cer specialist, tod i?
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame Lack, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou?
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
fern of kidney trouble.
D-. Kilmer's Swair.p-Roct le bot rec?
ommended for everything but if ycu have kid?
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
Just the remedy you aeed. It has been tested
ir. so many ways, lo hoc;; ital work, In private
practice., among the helpless too poor to pur?
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arranfemeot bea
been made by which all readers cf this papri
v. ho have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
tolling more about Swamp-Root and hew tc
find out if you have kidney cr bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
of:or in this paper and
send you? aiiircss to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing?
hamton, N, V. Tho
regular fifty cent and
collar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
nome of Swamp-Root
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buy the;
liri
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SEWIHG_MACHINE
Do not bt ileodvedby those who adv
vertLse a 160.00 Bowing Machine for
$20.00. This kmd of a machine caa
be bought from us or any of our
fi al *s from $15.00 to $18.00.
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