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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, VOLUME XV1I1 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1006. NUMBER 7. t ) CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. DEATH tn A TUNNEL THREE 51 F.N KILLED IX Tl'DE I XDKIt LONG ISLAND CITY. There li a Wild Rush by Workmen for Only Means of Exit from the Pennsylvania Tunnel Great Brav cry Shown, by Rescuers. Three men were killed and a dozen others rendered unconscious by an explosion and fire In the Pennsylvania 'Yallroad tunnel under Long Island city Thursday. The dead men were said to be: Geo. Chapman, a lock turner named Mich ael Daly and a foreman named Joseph Ilearce. The cause of the explosion Is un known. It took place under the LonfC Island rallroud station in a lock at the end of one of the four tubes which are being dug to connect with the tubes running- under the East river to Manhattan Island, to connect with the subways leading to the proposed Pennsylvania railroad station. There were twenty men at work In the lock and three of the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

(Dakota County Ilorald XMJQQrEaV CUT, Km. Uohn H. Rmmr, . Pb4shr rnonsy II s the bend that runs lru.it. Someliodr with a memory hoi wlttl fty dnhhed the new bobtalled spelling JoslibllllngsgaU." What a man would call "enthnsl aMii" aa applied to himself be dubs "gush" In others. : V It'a an easy matter to size up a Man If hla dog crawls under the house very time lie sees him approaching. In the cane of that Philadelphia bank, ton, the bunk examiner found a rotten state of affulrs after It was all rer. The importance of the saying that "murder will out" Is largely compro mised by the probability that the mur derer will get out A l)oy of 17 was married the other day to a girl of 1. with the consent of her guardian. Tho guardian ought to have a guardian. In the latest French duel one of the antagonist missed and the other wouldn't fifeoot They can do that well on almost any vaudeville stage. A New York millionaire recently asked his typewriter to marry him and was refused. Perhaps she ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

Reooooccooeoososcooooooooi LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA ST. JACOBS OIL Penetrate to the Spot Kifiht on the dot. Price 23c and 50c eooGcoooGcosGGOoceooa Leaky. Little Margaret was to take her first bath In the river. A flue new bnthlng uit bad been runde for her and she donned It with great pride. Her moth er, with Margaret's sisters, took her down. Slie was very timid about going In, until sbe say the cthws were per fectly safe In the water. Then she ven tured In. The water suddenly grew deeper and came above her wnlst, much to the surprise of the little maid, who cried out In surprise: "Oh. motber, my bathing suit leaks !" Harper's Weekly. Hlataa In tbe ICmtagemcnt. "Out engagement will have to be temporarily suspended," announced the summer girl, calmly. "Oh, Impossible," the young muu vowed. "It wUl have to be. My husband writes that he is coming down for n week." Louisville Courier-Journal. Nothing Lackluar. "Is yosr new flat thoroughly up to date?" "Yes? It has all the modern Inconven ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHN H. BEAM, rmUHHF.lt. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Tcr Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for tin: transmission of this paper through the wails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Republican Ticket. STATK t"nitol Slates Nriiutnr Norrlx Krowti Oovnrnor Urnrire J.. NIhIiIom Lieutenant (iovernor M. K. Hopewell Secretary of State Seo. C. Jnnkln Awlltor K. M. Henrle Tronstiror I J. nnmi Attorney Ofnernl W.T. Tlioiiipum Itnllwny rommlKloiirr H.J. WliineM Koliert Cowell I. A. Vllllnm Ijimi JiotnmlsBlom r II. M. Kittoii Superintendent I. I.. Mrllrleii C0NriMCSIONAI, CmiirrcsHiiinn Third lltrlrt 1. r'. Koyd SKSATOHIAI, Si-imUir KlKhth IU1 rlc-t ... ;. V. VIII Citizens and Republican County Ticket :iinty Attorney K. H. Ilerry 'oiiimlHfiloner Tlilril IHsl rlrt . . .John Hlerk A QUIBBLE THAT WON'T PASS. Judge Graves has not been accused of riJing on passes as district judge. .More...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

Accept This cscg jxiy Invitctioix to The Store that Means What it Says DAVIDSON'S 23rd FALL And Performs . What it Promises i Anniversary Sale! WfatcR Started BftoffkdLay The Greatest Bargain. Feast of tKe 20tH Ceraiury This Announcement Speaks Volumes to the Thousands and Thousands ot Shoppers in and around Sioux City We Refund Railroad Fares Free to Sioux City and Return In order that all of our out of town customers and friends may have the same buying advantage as our customers located in Sioux City during this "Anniversary Sale." we Till Refund Rnilrnml Fares Free to Sioux City with the following liberal schedule: nd Return in accordance With $10 Purchase we wiU... 'All''''L' Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 20 Miles With STWSilroad KiV foV oV.nce of 25 Miles With $20 Purchase we will ' " Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 30 Miles Refd Riilriad Fire, for a Distance of 40 Miles Distance of 50 Miles With $25 Purchase wo will. With $30 Turchase we will Refund Railroad...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

hi A Woman's Back Has many aches and pains canned by weal-ncwo and falling, or other displace ment, of the pelvic organs. Other symp toms of frroslo weakness are freqocnt headache, dtzalncss, Imaginary specks or dark spots floating before the ryes, gnaw ing sensation In stomach, d rare In a or bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic Teuton, disngreonMo drains from pelvic sira-ans, faint spells With general weakness. If any considerable number of the above symptoms are present there Is no remedy thai wrHjrlve quicker relief or a more per manent (Sep than Dr. ricrco's Favorlto PreVjJJT&HSNjt has a record of over forty years of cur It Is the most potent lavlgoratfn tonic and strrn-thr-nin. ucr, Vlqo Known to mcllrnl 'clone". It Is mado ofthc glyceric extracts" of native medici nal roots found in our forests and con tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or habit-forming drugs. Its Ingredients are all prlntod on tho bottle-wrapper and at tests under oath as correct. Every Ingredi...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

n . 7- ZlLZ - WHO SHE WA SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF And a True Story of Mow the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of '73' Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale In Drug Stores. ."V-r- 1 This remarkable woman, whose teaiden name was Estes, was born in Lynn, Mass., February Oth, 1S19, com-tug- from s good old Quaker family. For some years she taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert cd investigating mind, an earnest seeker after knowledp-e, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully syinpa thetlc nature. ! In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham a builder and real estate operator, und their eariw married life was marked by prosperity and happiness. They had four children, three sons and daughter. In those good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to make their own homo medicines from roots and herbs, nature's own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases. I?y tradition and ex perience many of them gained a won derful Knowledge or tne c...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 October 1906

A baseball stitchers' union n recently rganlsed In Philsa'alphia. There are In the United State about 8,500 female iron workers in foundries furnace and rolling mills. ' The British admiralty ii Instituting a fiiversal 48-hoy week for the employs in the government dork yards. There were 1,204 lahor unions char tered in America last year, embracing a total membership of 300,000. Strikea of coal miners are on In Wales, where 11,000 men are affected, and in Hungary, where 7,000 are out. In Canada a locomotive engineer sets $2.80 for 100 miles. In the United State ie receives $5.25 for 100 mile. It Is estimated by competent authority tlmt the number of child laborers in the T'nited Stalea to-day is close to 2,500,000. The conditions and standard of liibor in the cotton mills in Bombay, India, are the lowest, at leost in any Asiatic corn try. Chicago railroad rate clerks must make good from their salaries all losses to the roads occasioned by incorrectly quoting rates. Memphis, Tenn., wi...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, N'KB., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11), 190G. NUMBER 8. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. DISFRANCHISE NEGEO VARDAMAN HOPES TO BEGIN CRUSADE IX SENATE. Fiery Southern Governor Says Ne gracm Are Rapidly Drifting from Had to Worse and tliat Something Must Be Done at Once. Announcement of a carefully plan ned campaign to secure the repeal of the fifteenth amendment of the consti tution of the United States, that which gives the negro equality with the white man as a citizen, wan mado by Oor. James K. Vardaman, of Mis sissippi, who was In Chicago Thurs day, attending the Railway Surgeons' convention. Got. Vardaman, who Is seeking elec tion to the United States senate, de clared that If he won a membership In the upper house be would make his fight on the floor of that body, believ ing that he had the support of the en tire south. He insisted that a crisis In the relation of the races In the southern states was at hand and the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

Dakota County Herald xKcrBfe cranr. hcb, Uoh ML Bom, - rutaktsher Russia bus her generals; our umpire. vt bava In entering the profession of robbery person may become elUicr a burglar pr a bank director. Alcohol It a good motive power, jtae speed at which It helps a long to the poorbouse. Note man Carnegie spells kissed "klst" but the Change creates no change In the meth ods of going about the matter. It Is quite iwsslble that even the Fresident will forget occasionally and pell some of tbom the old way. The first move of a spelling reform In Russia would be to take a cold chisel and knock off the ski's and vlleb's. Perhaps the man who Invented secd toss grapes will now produce water melons that will have handles to carry them by. Never having used tobacco In any form, Banker Hippie of Philadelphia might have lived to a ripe old age, had he not committed suicide. Threatened with a kiss, an Oklahoma girl jerked her bend back suddenly and broke her neck. The moral of which Is In the a...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

Met III" Mute. One of the very few occasions on which Rufus Choate, the famous Amerilnn lawyer and statesman, met his mntch whs when be was examin ing one Dick Barton, chief mate of the ship "Challenge." Choate bad cross-examined him for over an hour, hurling questions with the speed of a rapld-flre gun. "Was there a moon that nlghtf "Yes. sir." "Did you see It?" "No. sir." "Then how did you know there was a moon?" "The 'Nautical Almanac said so, and I'll believe that sooner than any ' lawyer In the world." "Be civil, sir. And now tell me In what latitude and longitude you cross d the equator?" "Ah, you are joking." "No, sir, I'm lu earnest, and I de sire an answer." "That's more that! I can give." "Indeed. You a chief mate and un able to answer so simple a question!" "Yes, the simplest question I ever was asked. I thought even a fool of a lawyer knew there's no latitude at the equator." FloKKlnac n KnulUh Prison. Flogging Is still allowed In English prisons as a punishment for muti...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHS H. REAM, ITBLISI1ER. ' uWriplion Trice. $1.00 Tet Yesr. n weekly newspaper published al Pnkota ( ity, Nebraska. IVrmit.sion hns been granted for tbe transmission of tliia pnprr l)irott;h the mailt as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Republican Ticket- HTATK rnltnl States Senator Norrls Hrown Oiivcrnor (leorgc I.. Sheldon Mcutcnnnt Oovcrnor M. It. Hopewell Secretary of State dco. C. Junkln Auditor i K. M.Senrle TmiMirer Hrl" Attorney General W. T. Thompson tlnllHiiv rntt.mlwnlfilllrfl ' . If. .t. Wlnnott .. . ' KolsTt Cowell " J. A. Williams ljind Commissioner H. M. Knton Huncrintcndciit J. I McHrlcn CONGRESSIONAL Congressman Third KM riot J. F. Bnyil SENATORIAL Senator Klgbth Dlst rlrt ... .(fro. W. Wlltf llEPRKSESTATIVE Sixteenth District V.J. Wchiri Citizens and Republican County Ticket County Attorney F. H. Merry Commissioner Third IHtrlct . . John Klerk If you approve of the splendid work of tllo fltht session of...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

Wm. LOR.EKZ, Proprietor of City McEvt Market Fresh end Salt Meats always on Land. Cath paid for bides. DAKOTA.C1TY NEBRASKA. iiA Hi. i!i iTd f s f &i A &t f Do You Go FisHin or '! I Hvntinji? j VACATION DAYS can not be spent to a better advantage j tban at some beautiful lake in Njrtliern 'Wisconsin enjoying the healthy attraction of outdoor life. h If you Lava ever inspected a map of No' them Wisconsin, you o TP have undoubtedly observed that hundreds of the most beautiful jj lakes are adjacent to the Northwestern Line 1 At many of these lakes are summer cottages and hotels pro- )i ; viding excellent accommodations at reasonable prices. Then ) , again if a camping party wishes, they may drive a few miles inland and enjoy practically a virgin field. Trout, Pike, Bass and Muskellunge if will be found at almost any of the Northern Wisconsin resorts, For booklet showing maps of the fishing localities, list of & hotels and prices or any assistance you may desire iu finding a...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

WOMEN WHO CHARM HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL It Help Woman to Win end Hold Mon'a Admiration, Beapoct and Lot. Vrman's greatest ft ia the power to Inspire admiration, respect, .and love. There Is a beauty in health which U rnoi-e attractive to men than mere regu- laxity of feature. To be a successful wife, to retain the consisting i.r the care of their own and love and admiration of her husband, l(, ((.,.rH. ll(rM IIUlk, tlult tlie eUHt (ihonld be a woman a constant study. , . . At the first Indication of ill-health, tl.-slnihle branch for o lazy man. painful or irregular periods, head- The young fanner seemed to have ache or backache, secure Lydia K. some brains, however, for he immediate Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and jv Hked If It wasn't harder lieoause of ,!LUse'w n vi t ia tliut fact. The sergeant smiled in a Mrs. Chas. F. Brovan, Vice-President . , . . Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot ,""nn,'r "n(l cred: Bprings, Ark., writes: 'That shows how little you really Dear Mr, r...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

1 RUN DOWN FROM GRIP Or. Williams' Pink Pill Have Cured I me Form of Debility In Hundreds of Cases. Tonr yrnrn aro," says Mr. F. Mor rison, i.f No. 1012 Carson street, South Hide, Pittsburg, Pn., " I took a cold whili turned iuto the grip. This trouble left me all mu down. I wait thin, had baoknclie nmcli of I be time, had no ap petite, my stomach was out of order and I felt nervous and uiistrniig. "While I had the grip I had a doctor, bnt I really Buffered more from the con dition in which the influenza left me than I did from the disease itself. I felt generally wretched and miserable and the least exposure to cold would make rne worse. I couldn't seem to get any better until I began to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. 1 Yery quickly noticed a beueflt after I begun taking them and they restored me to good health and t.rpnirr.h Ilr Willin,.. il.,lr Hill. rt- - - ' ' . iua . inn n I u a Wonderfully good medicine. Thanks to them I am now in fine health and have had noretnru of my forme...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 October 1906

The Brotherhood of Rallrnd Freight and Baggagemen doe not believe in strikes. It method are bused solely on Arbitration. M. D. Rutherford hm been reappointed at Slate Inbor commissioner of Ohio. He is a former president of the Ohio United Mine Workers. The managers of the Methodist Book Concern have announced their concession of the. principle of the eight-hour day for employes in all departments. The American Federation of Labor is attempting to reorganize the niotormen, conductors and other employes of the afreet railways of New York City. The brewery workers recently passed ft resolution condemning the employment of children under IS years old in bottling works in St. Louis and Milwaukee. In 188(5 carpenters in New York City made $.'1..V) a day and worked fifty-three hours a week. They now receive $4.80 a day and work but forty-four bors a week. It begins to look as if the farmers, nt least those in the South, were going to join hands with the other workinginen in the effort to i...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

A U4 iiAf- 0 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. ' VOLUME XVI II DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, OCTODKll 20. I90G. NUMBER i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS CP THE WHOLB WORLD. FARMERS GAIN POINT OPPOSITION TO THEIR KLKVA TORS IS DYING OFT. Nebraska irnln Men Heard loaleTs from Various farts of the State Tes tify ot OmnUti Kegnnlinjr OnrnHnw and Rebate. The hearlpg on grain trade 'condi tions before Interstate Commerce Commissioners Clark and Lune at Omaha was resumed Thursday. E. .p. Pek, an Omaha grain dealer, told of the methods of 'arranging jrlces a -J ear or two -ago, 'during the life of the Nebraska Grain Dealers' 'association, but said mo agreement of ithat kind now exists. He said he re garded "shovel houses" as unfair com petition, and used all means to drive 'them out of business. C. O. Crittenden, of the Central Qraln 'company, of Lincoln, Neb., said , his company operated elevators on the Burlington l'ne. They deceived from that 'road an allowance of 114 .cents a hundred pounds to...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

Dakota County Herald daxotav city, msa. John H. Rmub, . riirtinm Poor liftle Infant Cuban republic! It died teething. Never call a raan a had egg unless all possible tests prove lilm to bp hope lessly bnd. The farm Is the place for safety. Ev ry man who Is nlilo should provide himself with a farm. "Do your meals fit?" n writer ask. No, they arc generally either a Utile to skimpy or rlso too full In tlie waist. EvcrylKxl.v In ('u')a except I lie per sons who ore holding the others sc-ms to want tho United Stales t Inter rene Marie Corelll vows that she loathe America. This Kettles It. We ;iiv go Ing to admit that Hall Cairn l.:okt like Shakspearo. There is ono argument la favcir of Spelling rpforill lint Its mlvo.Mle-; M-em to have overlooked. The English un opposed to It. Naturally the dialect writer ar.- oj posed to tin- general 11 ilot it I :i of tin simplified form of spelling. It would kill their business. In England n widow I ILr.rgins Is suing a tradesma i for bre i -h of prom...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

THE OLD FARMER AND THE NEW. -. . -.i.jii mm. 'X-i j- 1 -. - --'' --','--- -- LD i Hi Wtl V LEGAL INFORMATION. Formerly the farmer went to church behind a pair of oxen. Now he rides In the Intent innke of vehicle nnd wears diamonds. Secretary James Wilson of the Department of Agriculture. WILL ONE DAY BE KAISER. Emneror'a I.ltle Cirnndson Karen an Uneertnin Fntnre. One of the most Interesting of the royal children of Europe, measured by the part he Is destined to play In fu ture events, Is I'rlnce Wilhelm Frled rlck Franz Josef Christian Olaf, son of the German Crown I'rlnce FrledrlcU Wilhelm and grandson of the Kaiser. This little mite of Immunity, who In the ordinary and natural course of events will rule over one of the great est, perhaps the greatest, of European states, came Into the world July 4 at the Marble Talace at Potsdam nnd was christened Aug. 2!), King Edward of England being one of the godfathers. He Is said to be a healthy child and a typical Ilohenzollern. Horn In th...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

Dakota County Herald Cftifthmiftlinn fit im Unrnai MaraM IOHH H. REAM, l'UBUKlTF.Il. Mihcriplion Price. $1.00 Per Yrsr. i weekly newspaper published at Dakota lily, iserHska. Permission bits been pranted for the transmission of IhispiipiTthrougli the tniiiif as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Republican'Ticket. BTATK 1'rtlteil Htatm Kcniitor.... idvirnm Lieutenant Governor Hcrrc tnryof State. ...Norrts Itrown rnrae In Nlicltlon ,M. II. Hopewell , . (leo. Jnnkln AiKlltor K. M. Hemic Trvnxorer I. J. Nrlnn Attorney Ocnonil W. T. Thompson Itn II nv ftammlNNloncrK ,. II.. 1. Wlnnett Kolicrt f'nwrll J. A. William. I:hI ftommlnHloner II. M. Knton Koncrlntentlent J. I.. Mellrlen CONGRESSIONAL -nriMinnn Thlnl lltrlct .1. K. Itoyil SENATORIAL HenMor-FMllrith IHstrlct ...Geo. W. Wllt HErRFBEXTAlIVK sixteenth I.trlet . . '., I. WcWiia Cillzent and Republican County Ticket I'minty Attorney K. S. llerry VmnilMlotici Thlnl IMM rlet . . .John Klerk What we want in the county cadi l K , an w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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