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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

A 3Se Vi Ste HAPPENINGS Mrs. B. P. Faiiie, who has been^Sry ill, .is improving. A child of Mr. and Mtb. Dominik .Peterson is quite sick. Sheriff Nelson of Two Harbors was at Big Bay daring the week. Commissioner Olson was in Grand Portage during the Week, E. W. Wakelin, of Grand Portage, is registered with Col. Paine. Miss Kate Pero is at home after a several weeks yisit in Beaver Bay. j*•% A. Wood and party left the first of the week for the Gross River country. M. Murphy returned Wednesday night from a visit at West Duluth Mrs. H, D. Jones expects to leave dar­ ing the coming week for an eastern trip. John Zimmerman returned Thursday from a visit with friends in Beaver Bay. Joe Bashaw is using orutohes this week, the result of a severe out with an ax. Nejoda and Adatage were in Beaver Bay last week, returning Sunday on the Dixon. Olof M. Fredriokson left this morning on the Bon Ami for a visit with friends in Duluth. Judge and Mrs. H. H. Hoyt, of Du luth, are expected tomorrow nig...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

iiiiyitvt M' 1 _4PTER VI.—fCOKTINTTBD.1 V-: ,s October before the flamily cttuu* a formal -removal to town. One of the brothers, sometimes both, spent two or three days a week there in Sep­ tember, and, since the uncertain sun­ shine and cold rain's of autumn con­ fined the ladies, for the most part, to the (house, they were ready to second the proposition to seek their winter quarters. Edward Withers was regu­ larly installed as one of" his brother's household, and under his auspices city life also put on a new face for Con­ stance. He had a box at the opera, and Elnathan was foremost to suggest that Constance should accompany him thither. "That is, when you are not engaged to escort single ladies," added the se­ nior, with a' dry smile. "Which will not happen often ?f I can have my sister's company instead," replied the other, cordially. "But can­ not we make up a family party of four for to-morrow night? I can (promi^e you a treat." "Musical treats, when they are op­ eratic, are ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

bf,,- Of -fri 1 'i! mHS Wb- 71 ,4 'ty iii DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAF^T^ft#' 'F'dW OUR RURAL READERS..? (Bo* SaccMiTal Varnwri' D|wrats Thli Department of the Farm—A Few Bints to th* Care t[ Urn Stock And Poultry. ',1 N« Dnlrjr Bulletin: 24, of th© Department of •Agriculture, treatihg of dairy educa­ tion in California says: In striking contrast with California's characteristic energy in advancing the interests of many of "her industries in every possible way, the one method of promoting dairying, which in other states is considered the greatest im­ portance, has thus Tar been neglected, The state is doing nothing in the line of special dairy instruction, «,nd her •dairy interests are 'suffering, to conse­ quence, The reason may be that this branch of agriculture has not until recently become rdhe Horses for Europe. The German trade does not require either an impossible or an ideal horse, suited to all purposes but it does de imand good horses of every kind, thor­ oughly pre...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

FARMLAND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS.^ •*-4 TO ~W yk4r-y v'**- Some Up-to-fi»tB A Binta Aiont cta- tlvatlon of th« Soil and Yields Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture Hod Floriculture* rOj.' ''"V1' f\, Our Heat In Germany* The question of American meats in Germany is coming to be almost an international one. Not only are the meat producers of the United States directly affected, but the producers "of meat in the other countries in Europe Bee in the German legislation a menace to their own interests. At present the Americans are sending to Germany large quantities of meat in various forms. The Austrians are alsp sending to the same country considerable sup­ plies of meat. The Austrians argue that the law that is to prohibit Ameri­ can meats will also prohibit Austrian meats. In addition,they say, the Americans will throw their supplies of meat into the Austrian market and compete with the Austrian producers on their own ground. The result will be that prices for meat in ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

MB I !, 1 *v *&jfp• 1 «wAto $ VOLUME IX. «&&el inece rates JfciStfn PI/ Their Trade, hv v*'* CMna Seas*** The present tmsettled state of .affairs -In Chfcia has given a fresh impetus to ithe ancient Chinese^ diversion of pir ^-acy, and ®$ily 'the other day an. Ameri­ can vessel was attacked by pirates in the Yang-tse-Kiang river. Piracy has never been fully suppressed in the Chi-, oese sea$. The hoSbeds of this species of crime aue at Amoy and Macao. Here the pirates lie in wait until their many spies, who are scattered aJaoitt all the principal .ports, bring them word the «ailixigof a Richly laden Iboat. Im­ mediately-they sail out to isea :in their shallow-rdraught junks with tthef inten-j tioft 'Of ^intercepting the weasel aearj eome.^hoal water, over which it would1 be impossible :for the sailing schooner! to Jalfow 'them in case of 'detection. A! favoEite device is to ghip sseveral of Sheir tfellow cutthroats im fthe guise of seamen. These geritry poBe as harm less,...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

Pi ',b ®hc g^a!i GRAND MAR/IAS, MINNESOTA. Of the entire street railway track mileage in Great Britain over one third is owned by the.pdblic. There is no canning industry among the Chinese. All of their sauces and compotes are preserved in earthenware jars, or in old wine and beer bot­ tles. Orphanages and destitute orphans •are alike non-existent in Australia. There every waif is taken to a receiv­ ing house and kept until a country home is found for it. The next generation will see the Gould fortune pretty well cut up, there being so many heirs. The richest of these will be Ktngdon, George Gould's eldest child. His father is rated at $70,000,000. The postal money order service with the principality of Montenegro has been discontinued by a number of Eu­ ropean countries because of the Mon­ tenegrin exchtquer's flat refusal to set­ tle their account with the foreign pos­ tal creditors. The Prince of Montene­ gro took all the money for his family expenses, and now calmly refuses to d...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

-rOjjt flv m. "Ouch! Look, out, there, will ye!" felled Bob. tr' "Ma, Liddy's a-squirtin' juice in my •eyes. Ef she don't quit 111 not help •another cherry, so I won't." "Didh't do it a-purpose," "Did, too. I s»w you aim, and you •can't get out of it, nuther, Liddy Hop­ per." "Chillern, stop that quarrelin' and ^finish those cherries," said Mrs. Hop­ per, coming to the door. "I can't stand out here over you and stir the presarves at the same time. Ef you t.wo can't seed without fussin' all the time I'll tell your pa when he comes." Back she went into the hot kitchen, hut only for a second. "Quit yer slingin' pits Ma, Bob's a puttin' his pan." "Hain't, nuther." .«• "Ye are, toa" "Hain't, nuther." •«.' "Chillern, I don't want to hear an­ other word out of ye but Irish, and little of that," Mrs. Hopper's favorite expression. in my pan. pits in my Three minutes of silence save the buzzing of the flies. "Dang the oF flies!" i: O! O! Ma Hopper, Bob's a swearin'." "Hain't, nuther. Ma, I ne...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

fc#. Justices.. & eaateif ni'itST?KLV THE COOtftOPTY HERALD. COOK COUNTY. CHRIK MUHNY. Proprietor sad Publisher. CLARK*. CAfepART. Editor. TERMS, SI.6O A YEAR IN ADVANCE. EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MAltAIS, MINK. AUG.18,1000. -.41 COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. |pfe COUNTY OFFICERS.4 g/ ....'A'First District—F. Jackson Commissioners .. ....:8econd. District—ft.'Olson I NTOFVFRTI' IT VNIVTTLIIAN .Third District—H. Engelson ... :.Chri8. Murphy ... ...Chas. J. Johnson ..C. H. Onrhart ........ Hi Gulbransen .v.....,..P. Rindel ....... .L.U.O.Titus ........John Morrison ^Auditbr...... .. ^Treasurer.. Register of Deeds.. Sheriff........ .... Judge of Probate. Attorney .... Surveyor., v. .'.. .: Coroner............ Sup't. of Schools... MACCABEES. OGEMA. TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHBIS. MURPHY R. K. Congressman Eddy of Minnesota is is conducting a singing campaign for reelection, the singing being don...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

iW I t§S 'w: I wm& :^y- v^r- ." 4, \s -i- yrf-**t~ Sil® v.- L.«_. "i'v' -ixv, A HAPPENINGS. J. F. Powell of Pork Bay was here Thursday Judge Durfee returned from Duluth last Sunday. Geo. Wilson, of Ohioago, was here daring the week. 0. B. Manley, ofDuluth, took in the rainy weather this Week at place. HansEngelson, Mayor of Tofte, was transacting busiaess at Mrs. W. W. Blaokshaw, who has been working at the oourt house for two weeks, left last Tuesday morning for Duluth. Mrs. Mary A. Bowles of St. Paul and Miss Helen E. Maginnis of Duluth were Tisiting with Auditor Murphy's family the first of the week. Dr. W. W. South, James JRouth and Wm. Jones left for Duluth on the Dixon yesterday. As a result we are having the'finest kind of weather. Wm. B. Mayer, of Carlton, and J. T* Symington, of Duluth, who have been engaged in looking up swamp lands in this county, left for Duluth Friday. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Jones left for Du­ luth on the Dixon last Tuesday, Mrs. Jones expected to leave...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

11M® A.• CHAPTER VHI. HE conclusion' was in her mind, often enough every day of her life to be­ come hackneyed, yet it al a brought with it a strange, sweet thrill. Trujy sis­ terly affection was a holy and a beau­ tiful thing! She %ad read as much' in moral philosophy, tnd likewise in poetry. Few feelings jVJeould compare with it in unselfish -for- vor and constancy. And, as she had laid, Edward was one brother in ten ^thousand—and not to be compared with jaqmmon men. *4 She began the preparations for the ''flrive at half-past two,.pursuant to her ."husband's directions. Not that she •expected to leave the house that after­ noon, Edward's judgment being, in her estimation, but one remove from infal­ libility she could hot believe that the trial of the horses would result as Mr. r'Withers had predicted, but that they would be remanded to the stable arid custody of the "unreliable jockey with­ out approaching her. door, or gladden­ ing Harriet's eyes|tj Nevertheless, the order had go...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

t^,"' kt®£ mi&m i-• I w* M: -i J§ SI, '•'m I f" -k *v+ ::^S V-T n' Jills XiV) Tfce farmers of thd United States are" now in the midst of "their warfare against the msfiiifold pests that each year threaten a,nd in mahy cases prac­ tically destroy their crops. The in­ tensity of the combat can hardly toe recognized by those not engaged in it. Sixty years ago noxious insects were -comparatively few in this country, and it was only in certain years that there was anything like an organized effort to destroy them. But they have been steadily spreading and increasing until they form a gigantic evil and danger, •which even modern science today stands in awe of.v If science had not kept pace with the growth of the dan­ ger the farmers of the United States would not reap a crop of grains, fruits, or other farm produce sufficient to keep one-tenth of our population sup­ plied with food and clothing. The famine in India would' be nothing to such a catastrophe. Insect .fighting is now reduc...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 August 1900

~v::yardj3 lll$ mi FIUHTSWITHBANDITS '—j UNIQUE METHOD OP tff&lPO^iNa 4 OP A DESPERATE..BAND. Cannon Brought to Bear on the Outlaw's Fortress and Finally.^:'- Dynamite Is Fired—Whole Gang Wiped Out. A veteran United States marshal at Wichita, Kan., Charlie Copeland, told to a few friends a short 'time since -..••' the story of what he considered the hottest fight he ever, led against' a H^band of outlaws, and his experiences with bandits have been many. "The retime of the fight I have in mind," •|i|be said, "wis six years ago. I was a ifdeputy marshal then and Judge Par­ ser was on the bench at Fort Smith. sWe were on the edge of the reign of |sterror down there then in the days be |fore Judge Parker cleared the Indian" ^Territory of its gangs of desperadoes. Christy and five other Cherokee ••In-- Red Six S&? Eye, Scraggy, Red Cloud, Browne,Rattlinggourd and Ike Rogers, i^'/'• banded together for robbery and mur /.voider. Christy was the leader and the •J. nerviest man ever ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

VOLUME if 3? ft* IX. i^| AH UNPROFESSIONAL REMEDY. Tits operation promised to be quSte ^"Wocassfcil, viewed as to' operation .i «fcm®ly, and yet tice great surgeon -did tart locSc entirely satisfied as he re ?B58veS his operating garments and onade iready to depart. T*he e®^s of the Httrse who had waited upon him •j^gleamed with professional s&tisfac ^J^tlon xs they regarded the work of the ,i° ^.^normng, but tEhey grew troubled as 5, they fell upon the ^patient $he bent over and laid her ear against £he faint 3y'beating heaat -J "Bhe is sinking, t'doctor," sfie said.' 'The great specialise turned %ack from 'the door he was. jnst passing through -and came ttp to thq beflside. The "young surgeon wto had been assisting him, and. who had modestly stepped aside as the patient was brought iiitd ll *the operating room and prepared for the anesthetic which he was to adV minister, became:as pale as his operat ing apron. The patient, who had borne the operation and the journey \£rom the ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

lafe- W To meet the great demand for new guns the royal gun factory of Wool­ wich, England, is being enlarged. A war balloon,- such as is used at the present operations,'can be inflated and floated in not more than twenty uiautes. A Owing to the stubborn resistance of the Sultan the cities if the west coast ot Morocco are still without tele­ graphic connection. A special service for the detection ojf gambling Has been organized -by the police of Vienna, Austria. The police seek for offenders not only in cafes, but also in clubs and private apart­ ments. Reports just received from the White-House-Harrison expedition to Abyssinia, which safely returned to Mombasa, on the east coast of Africa, on June 10, shows that the explorers found the districts around Lake Ru­ dolph and Stephanie deserted, and that the inhabitants hail either died or left the country. It is added that the kraals were discovered to be full of skeletons. Scientists are much perplexed over the finding of a curious ch...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

XI t) JC *~Xf* LAND OF THE SPHINX JEdYPT, A COUNTR bF STRANG CONTRASTS &4'>l t-ifw •Where 1 VVSi mh a»3!§S£fcii£^ the Implements of *PharaoUvs Tltofi, Maf Bp "S«en from '•si? Moderjti .Train's Wiijidow—l?he" Cradle of Clv illzatloq. 1' v. Probably the average American "$*?looks, upon, ^Africa as a Idarkjcontintenii :,in everything—even in railways, say3 -a returned wes^rner. Yet the fact is ,-4hat the Egyptian railways are .better jt-xun than many American ones. 'The" 'iVjrailway'vthat runs froth" Alexandria to' ,r''\lV*ipper Egypt is one after which many vj |Americaii.^ It -l^\ds a double-track- road*', •Kl^has heavy -.steel rails. The track is well ballasts .y.i'j-ed. It has an elaborate system.of sig .nal towers and pneumatic switches. \. JMuch of its roadway., i^ lined with "heavy cut stone masonry parapets. Its station platforms, ai6 also built, of cut .stone masonry. Its station buildings •are of stone, its bridges and other -viaducts are of steel. Its'trains" run smoot...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

mm ,|HE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF C^K#UNTY^ CHRIS. MURPHY. Proprietor tail Publisher. $*' ^LARK H. CARHART. Editor.' @5-st-J TERM8, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAI8, MINN.. AUG. 26,1000- COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. Judge of Probate.... &^.V. I--' Attorney.. Surveyor 'v '4 Coroner Sup't. of Schools...., Justices..........'... tism. «. MS %m..'• -.'V^ countyOFFICBtW. r\r«t 10i Treasurer.. Register of Deeds... Sheriff............ .. District—F.Jwksbn Commissioners Second District—tt. Olson I .Third District—H. Engelson '|j Auditor .Chris. Murphy ......Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Carhart H. Gulbranseri .P. Rlndel .1 L. U. O. Titus John Morrison H. D. Jones .... v...iWm. Ellqutst ......Geo. H. Durfee MACCABEES. OazarA TM»TNQ* 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday, visiting knights cordially-welcomed. L. U.C. Tirog, Com/ CBBIS. MUKPHYB. K. An army officer is anonymously quoted by-the Washington Post as believing that this conntry ha...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

1 -V if^ t',1. r«'. Sr S ". !ttAt^NiNdS.V|i Ool. Ctolvill Vent to Duiuth on^the George Zimmerman is visiting frienda: in Duluth this,.week, «T"^ David Garriboo ma^e a business -4rip to Duiuth this week.' H. Mayhevr made a p^y-' Duiuth during theweek. Peter Olson reamed this week from fc^aa visit with friends in Duluth,-^:^ Hans LaTBon returned'Thurfeday on the Bon Ami from a Dultith trip, Herman Helmerson is in Dul ath at­ tending to some business matters. |V. Sam Bindel returned this week from a Easiness trip to the head of the lakes D. J. McKinzie' and M. D. Mclntyre, .of Duiuth, were here during the week. Mf. and Mrs. Murphy are expected home tomorrow night from tne editorial excursion, In refusing*to get excited Over politics in hot weather the people are showing their good sense. Dr. Jones returned the first of the week and is registered &t the Waldorf as being of Tofte. The light-house tender Marigold called in here on Thursday to leave supplies and inspect the light. The ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

fr'\** V-\ Opposition,was futile, but Constance's "?iountenance was so downcast at the 5,,., 'f'\ prospect of the excursion, that Edward jj^'/'cttade a pretext, before going out, to t&Z 'tall her into the adjoining sitting p'f'i*toom. "How have I forfeited my place your good graces?" he'began, in: V!"*layfulness, that was lost in earnest- (-"fc4ess before he finished his speech. "I fcave tried to persuade myself that your j5' jold avoidance of me for weeks, past, .tad your rejection of my services when iver it is possible for you to dispense kith them, was,, in part, an unfounded fetncy of my own, and partly the re kalt of your absorption in the dear luty that has demanded your .time tad thoughts. I have begun, lately* to 4ave other fears—dreads lest I had un­ wittingly wounded or displeased you. bo me the justice to believe that, if this* be so, the offense ytas •ifrBY MARION HARLAN B.4i nnconsci^- W&," "You have offered none—-none what-. iver!'% interpose^ 'Con^tan^,^tf cb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

1 A is®. ****•?$+ Valley— •. 11 v- t/v4«SS-.' Bright as a dream are the beautlfuf lilies JRjfxb&^f. That so daintily, lift their trumpets of 't snow »'!•/. Among the dark palms of the Suwanee *T "A Symbols of purity wherever'they gfrow— j. find theni abloom in sunshine and j3had ow: -,!•/= In dens^, tangled hummock, In grove, and,in glen And down by-the stream that flows thro* J" the meadow, They lift their white trumpets again and again. 1 Recalling the fanciful Indian tradition: "The Great Spirit came to this-Seminole land, And gave at creation a mighty magician,, •r That stretched o'er the waters his mag­ ical wand. And up from the wavelets, adrip and aquiver, 7 5 Sprang passionless spirits in garments of snow They danced on the brink of the mystical river, And from their faint footsteps the lilies still grow." .J! love them! O yes, I fondly adore them! Not for their fragrance that burdens the air !•, Not for the halo of mystery cast o'er them ... "When sculptur'd with ange,l...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 August 1900

,J -Jf M: t* FAEM AND GARDEN. •V-V W dirt up toward the vines.. In the spring this dirt must be leveled to admit of even culture. The vines may be staked and tied to {he stakes till they are two years old, when they may be fastened to wires strung between posts. "i'-ii'v """V "i The Northwestern Greening. (Condensed from Farmers' Review C^ven«?ne)0rt ,ln TO MATTERS OP INTE^ES*^ ^ICULT^y ~v Some Up-to-Q»to Hints About Cul­ tivation of the Soil and ¥lelda Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture nod loxlenlture. 1' Horticultural Observations. ,K .v $S$Whether, In making neV strawberry plants by runners, it iSVadvisahle to pull off the first runner# is a dis puted point. A Wisconsin grower says that this practice is a mistake, and that the first runners are strongest and moreover they will not^pet too many plants in a row if permitted to grow. f,/Summer pruning always means a 5 loss of foliage, and that jin turn means a loss in the development of root, in eluding its vigor. "While-some advo­ ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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