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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

9 The Funereal Hontli of ilrctu 7 An observant metropolitea barber cays that ha can tell one'a physical con dition by the etate of the hair I The Bible tella ua that with hia hair rone Samson lost hia strength. The Ilomana considered baldness a Eerions Eviction and J alius Cceaar ?aa never quite satisfied with himself because hia poll wes bare. The face, however, ia the open book and one can readily trace in various ex pressions, lines, changea and complexion the ttate of the system. The eye that ia unusually bright and yet has a pallid brightness, the face up on whose cheeka nature paints a roee of singular beauty and ficusb, more marked in contrast with the alabaster appear ance of the forehead and nose and low er part of the face, ia one of those whom the skilled physician will tell you will eorae day dread the f anereal month of Harch, because it ia then that con sumption reapa it3 richest harvest. Consumption they tell ua ia caused by this, that and the other thing, by microbes...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

THE HERALD, PUJLLU'BCKG... KANSAS. Fed to the Freeman- l or the I'liilliiisbiirs Herald. We did not receive our Freeman un til the middle of last week, consequent ly we could not replf to the editor's somewhat lengtldy comments on our previous "remarks," sooner. In the first place, as to "what Ted mean3:" AVe mean that the great cry throughout the world today is, reform, and this cry goes up from the ranks of all par ties. We uiean , as we said once be fore , that the party that takes hold of the lhkig L-sues of today, and success fully sohes the problems that are coh vulsing our laud, is the party that will d.'M.-rve and ;et the support of all good ni.'ii. We uu;a:i that we are trying in mu- ui- tic wav to agitato this matter :hh1 bring it to pass through the grand ohi i: pi.i.l.'can part'. Is this plain? We t t i t:.i:i!y Lave a right to do this. We mailt Mr. i!od the right to the aiiie thing iu his Union Labor party. Mr. i;ud bat. "We looked over IVd's it-marks and they could not...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

to arm: VOL. X. NO 23. PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PfllLLIP3EUF.G, - KAN3AS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. The oldest paper In North western Kana TEIWI3: ()aei- I'.r.n Bix month 75 &. A. DAQCK. KOKN3 4 DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- The trains oa the Missouri Pacific Kaiirod ar rir at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. Passenger 4:05 p. m. Ireiht tt:ij a. m. GOING WEST. Pasenyer 10:11 a. in. I'reiuht 3:30 p.m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 8 passenger No. 38 Local Freight 3: 1 j a. m. 11:10 in. GOING WEST. N'o. 37 Pusseuser ll:oo p. m, V Local Freight 11:10 p. in. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, LI. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention iriren to the diaoaaoa of wo men. OfSco oath, side publio o.aaxA, FliUIlpaburs, - Knia. A. B. EOUCK, LI. D.. Eclectic Physician. Offic t O. W. Bickford'a Dm Store, north id Pnblio 8qnar, Phiilipbar&, Xana. AU call both (17 and night promptly at tended. D. BROTHERS. M. 1)7, PIIYSIC1AI l.D...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

'-fir. m mir ' 'ii THE HERALD. PHILIPSBUKG, KANSAS. PaOM TIEG NATIONAL CAPITOL. IN THE SENATE. Washington. March 2i. The senate com mittee ou privileges and elections is inves tiirating the alleged Texas election out rages. Washinoton, March 27. The senate today accepted an invitation to attend the funeral services of the late chief justice in the houe tomorrow. Blair called up the question of the second reading of the bill introduced by him to give preference to disabled confederate soldiers as between men who had been dis loyal in appointments to civil office. Edmunds oj posed the second reading of the bill vigorously and without disposing- of the question the senate took up again the house bill to provide for the purchase of United .States bonds, the pending' question being an ammendment offered by Stuart authorizing the deposit of gold or silver bullion and the issuance of a coin certificate as heretofore. Teller said it wan not because of over production that there was such a w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

was. rj CALLED OUT TO FIGHT A DUEL, of sixty years of age fighting a duel un- An Unpublished Eomance in the Late Banker Corcoran'a Career. New York Telegram : Few know or remember perhaps, that the deceased "Washington philanthropist, Mr. W. W. Corcoran, once in his life had leen challenged to a duel. Strange as it may seem, this inoffensive, prudent, benevolent and wealthy banker was called upon to fight with deadly wea pons according to the dueling code. While duels take place sometimes between hotspur politicians and those in high public station, professional men, or others who assume to be gen tlemen, thev are almost unknown among the class of people engaged in banking and large business transac tions to which Mr. Corcoran belonged. But the challenger was of a different class. He was a proud young Spaniard, holding an official position in this country for his government, who im agined he was lound to maintain the dignity of his name, character and sta tion by demanding satisfact...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

THE HERALD. PUILLIPHBURG. Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E. F. KORNS. It. A. DAGUE. EORNS & DAGUE. FCBLISIER3 AND PROPRI ETORS. Fridat, April Sth, 18S8. Republican County Convention. A delegate Convention of the Republican voter of Phillip County, w ill be iield at tiie Court House In I'bilIi;jbBr, on S.ttcrdaT, Apr. 'lt, ut 11 :30 a. I a. ls?S, for the purpose of electing 4 delegate anil 4 alternated to liie Mate Couveutioa at Wichita, ilay Wh, to elect 4 delegated ami four alternated for the NMtional Republican Convention to be fccld at Chicago, June l&th. For the pelectionof 4 delegates and 1 alternates to attend the State Convention culled to meet at Topeka, July idtti, to nominate, Oovernor. Lieu tenant Gorernor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Treasurer of Mate, Attorney General, and Superintendent of Public Instruction. Yot ttie eelection of ft delegates and 8 ttlter eatee to attend the Oberlin District Convention, oaMayli's to elect 2 delegates to the- Chicago ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG- RAPES, TIN TYPES, FRAMS AND TRIM MINGS, GO TO TU CKER'S GALLERY, ON THE WEST SIDE good isrsxrs r; c - r " y J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FRONT We haveraado preparatioa and aro receiving an elegant lice of spring gocd3 which it will ptjy you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Men's Suits for $4.00 and upwards. Childress and Youths Suits for $1.50 and upwards . Mens Hits for 0 cents and upwards. Hoys Hats and caps for 23 cents and upwards. Elegant dres3 suits. SuDstautial work suiis. Best worsted suits in the market for the money. Suits made to line of furnishing goods. lours J. THE HERALD. phillipsisuhg. KANSAS 1'CIiLISHERS NOTICE. The Herald tjoeH to r reeg Thursday evening, ail matter must be iu the printers hand before that time, to inrure insertion. Scud it ia several days tarher than that when poesible. tf The frame of David Moncriof's new residence is up. 1. W. Baum is constructing a tor nado cave on his lot. Win. Bissell has blue grass a foot in length ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

EA2ISAS ITET7S. Ames is to have a new cheese and butter factory. The Western Engineering anJ Elec trical Company has been organized at Chetopa. The last annual sermon of the Kan sas Methodist conference was held at Topeka last w eek. A canning company has been organ ized to erect a fruit canning establish ment at Fulton, Bourbon county. The State Bank of Irving, capital stock 50,000, has been incorporated. A. C. Emmons is president, and Ira Hodges secretary. The horse breeders of Pawnee and Edward counties have organized an association to be known as the Pawnee and Edward Counties Horse Breeders' Association of Garfield. The directors are J. A. Nelson, W. H. Pierce, O. W. Patterson, of Garfield; William Wood side, Thomas B. llogers of Keyesville. Nebraska State Journal; D. R. Anthony, the late fighting editor of the Leavenworth Times, has formally an nounced that he will be a candidate for the office of governor of Kansas. When the campaign opens those for merly of Kansas people who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

y."hc:: shall i aytai: A Sermon By Talmae, on '"Eeformatioa from Evil Habits." ILev. T. DeWitt Talmage preached in Chicago on Sunday evening, March 23. His subject -wax, "Reformation From Evil Habits," and his text, Proverbs xxiii, 35: "When shall I awake? I dc it vet again." lie. said: "With an insight into human nature oikli as no other man ever reached, Jjolomon, in my text, sketches the men tal operations of one who, having itepped aside from the path of rectitude desires to return. With a wish for something better, he says: "When bhall I awake ? When shall I come out of this horrible nightmare of iniquity ?" Uut seized upon by uneradicated habit, and forced down hill by his passions, he cries out: "I will seek it yet again. I will try it once more." Our libraries are adorned with an elegant literature addressed to young men, pointing out to them all the dangers and perils'of life complete naps of the voyage, showing all the rocks, quicksands, and shoals. But suppose a man has a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 April 1888

THE HERALD, I'UILLU'sUL'IKi KANSAS. CROV. We are patiently waiting to griud out a lot of spring poetry. (j. A. Tileston proposes to build a frame Louie on his farm this spring, Mr. T. seems to make Kansas farm ing a success. Thomas Davidson has purchased a blooded stallion , Clydesdale, and cop per bottom ; as far as our horse knowl edge goes the horse seems to be a No 1. D . J. Kinsey will build a house on the old Meyers place. Mr. K. has an abiding faith in the future of Kansas and is going to stick to it. On ac count of the arrival of that new girl at Chas. Morrison's he think's it necessary to put an addition to his house and will begin the work shortly. A railroad outht enroute for Agra, passed through this vicinity lately re lieving O. Kubin of one of his pitch forks. As the use of said instrument gives him the spinal cramps it was done probably through kindness. Dr. Hall has moved from Woodruff among us again and has rented W, II. Evans' store house in sod town (east Crow). A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

to tihize: VOL,. X. NO 24. FHILLIPSBTJRG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888 &1.50 TN" ATWATTfrFL THE HERALD. EJTABL..S1IKD IN lcT77. fhe oldest paper la Northwoetera Ktui-a. Ti!K,IkIS: On year $1.50 Six month .75 . F. KOKXa. J,. A. DAGCJ- & DVOUE, PUBLI-HcRS AND PROPRIETORS a. ! I The trains ou the MUsouri Pacific Rallrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. Passenger 4:06 p. m. Freight 6:00 a. ra. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 a. m. Freiuht 3:50 p.m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOINQ EAST. No. 8 passenger 3:45 a. m. No. 23 Local Freight 11: 10 p. m. OOING WEST. No. Passenger 11:00 p. m, ' 7 Local Freight 11:10 p.m. PnOFESSlOHAL CARDS. h.walijAob,' ii. ixT Physician and Surgeon. Special attention (riven to the dlenaaea of wo-bm-u. OSc aocrh aida poblio aquar. fhllllpaburc .... KuiU. A. B. HOUCK, II. D., Eclectic Physician. OSoe a O. W. Eickford'a LVug- Store, nortS. id Pablio S-Ttxara, PMUipaboj-s, Kuim. All eawla boca di; and night promptly at tended. D. BROTHERS. 11. D., p...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

THE HERALD. rillLIPSBUKG, KANSAS. PEOH TEE XiATIOliAL CAPITOL. Senate Ellis Passed.. WitiHisuxo.v, April 2. Senator Yoorhees has introduced a bill lor the issue of Epecie certificates, redeemable half In fold coin and half in silver bullion. The house joint resolution accepting the invitation of the French republic to take part in the international exposition of lSS'J was passed with amendments Saturday. Amendments were adopted on the increase of the limit of expenditure for the com missioner general from S-",WX) to $1U,(XXJ and for nine tmb-cominissioners from 81,200 to 31,500 and the increase in appropriation from t-XX), ooO to foo,ux. Among the bills parsed were the following-: Inquiring a notice of deficiency in the accounts of principals to be riven to sure ties upon bonus of United Slates officials and li.xin.ir the limitation of time at live years witniu which suits shall be brought against said sureties upon said bonds; abol ishing the oiiice of United States surveyor genera...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

liEEPJLSKA liLYS. "West Point lias levied an occupation tax. The Episcopalians of Ashland con template the erection o a new church. The board of trade of Indianola is negotiating for water works and electric light. The Knights of Labor of Norfolk have put a city and school board ticket in the field. Booth and Barrett will appear in . "Julius Cm-sax" at Funke's opera house in Lincoln, April 12. Each family in Cuming county is al lowed one dog free, and is taxed $2 a year for every additional one. Kearney expects to have a new daily paper soon. Interested parties are already negotiating for press and ma terial. A syndicate of Grand Island, Anselmo and Broken Bow capitalists have pooled and purchased a mineral spring in Custer county. At the Chautaucpia assembly for 18S8, which opens in June at Crete, one of the attractions will be the Key. T. DeWitt Talmage. The Hastings board of trade has closed a contract for a woolen mill to cost 23,000. The manager is AY. Y. Clay, of Paris, Canada...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. K. F. KORN3. R. A. DAGL'E. KORN3 z DAQUE. I'L'BLISDEnS AND PROPRIETORS. Fridat. Apnl 13 th, 1SS8. Republican County Convention. A delegate Convention of the Republican voters of Phillip Comity, will be heiii at t&e Court House in Phlilipubursr, on Saturday, Apr. 21st, at 11 :30 a. m. Iyx3, for the purpose of fleeting delegate and 4 alternates to the State Convention at Wichita, .May )th, to elect 4 delegated and four alternates for the National Republican Convention to be held at CMcsgo, June l&th. For the selection of 4 delegates and 4 alternates to attend the Male Convention culled to meet at Topeka, July Ktb, to nominate, Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State. Trea?urer of State, Attorney General, and Superintendent of Public Instruction. For the selection of 8 delegates and 8 alter nates to attend the Oberlin Diotrict Convention, on May 16, to elect 2 delegates to the Chicago Convent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS, GO TO TIT CKSR'S C-ALLERY. ON THE WEST SID: GOOD or 1 1 J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FR01TT We have made preparatioa and are receiving an elegant liae of spring goods which it will py you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. " Men's Suits for $4.00 and upwards. Childress and Youths' Suits for SI. 50 and upwards. Mens' Hits for 50 cents and upwards. Boys' Hats and caps for 23 cents and upwards. Elegant dress suits. Suostantial work suiis. Best worsted suits in the market for the money. Suits made to order. Boots and Shoes and geaneral line of furnishing goods. Yours Truly, " J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. i'HILLIPSBUItG. KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The IltziALD goes to press Thursday evening, all matter must be ia the printer hands before that time to insure insertion. Send it ia several tiaytt earlier than that when possible, tf Fresh groceries at Polings. Read Latabaugh's advertisement. Farm loans, G. A. Spauldin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

TALTTAOE. An Easter Sermon The Eoyal Eaiment of the Grass. BitooKiTX, N. Y., April 2. The platform and galleries of the taber nacle were Sunday morning profusely decorated with flowers. On Satur day evening the church had been open to prepare the decorations, for which the congregation had been invited to bring flowers. It must be left to the imagination to suggest the throngs, both inside and outside the church, on the great festal day. The Bev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., took for his text Luke xii, 28: "If then God so clothe the grass, which is today in the field, and tomorrow is cast into the oven ; how much more will ho clothe you." He said: The lily is the queen of Bible flowers. The rose may have dis2-uted her throne in modem times and won it ; but the rose originally had only five petals. It "was under the long-continued and con stant gaze of the world that the rose blushed into its present beauty. In the Bible train, cassia and hyssop and frankincens and myrrh and sjukenard a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

HTJNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Zrief Seports cf Tuesday's Contest in a Num ber cf Nebraska Towns. AT THE CAPITAL. Lincoln, April -4. The election yesterday wan a practically clean sweep for the repub licans. The majorities are not large, but when all of the circumstances are consid ered, the party leaders say they are satisfied with the victory. The voting was active, and not much of special interest occurred. The striking engineers were generally on hand to exert their political influence. The prohibitionists made a grand rally early, and up to 1 or 2 o'clock in the afternoon seemed to be putting" two tickets in the box to every straight republican ballot. The tide afternoon turned in the other direction, and at 4 o'clock it was impossible to tell which party had the upper Land. At 6 both claimed the victory, bat at 7 the result was nettled. There were few incidents worthy of men tion daring the day. It was a long and fcteady pull, with no disorder and few wordy quarrels. A number of ladies...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 April 1888

THE HERALD, P UI L LI PS B U EG .' KANSAS. Teacher's Association. Program of the Northwest District t Teacher's Association to be held at Prairicview , on Saturday, April lith. PROGRAM. 10:1311 a. m. Devotional. Music. Address Prcf. Jacob Poppen. Address Supt. II. Young. Social (Noon). L':0O p. m. Paper, " Visiting the patrons Mis3 Flora Dodge. Dissussion . Music. Paper "How can parent assist the Teacher" F. E. Utter. Discussion. Solo Mrs. A. E. McKinsey. Paper Methods tor primary work in our country schools Taylor West. Discussion. Music. The benefits to be derived from onr Teachers Association Prof. L. F. Ful ler. All aro cordially invited to be pres ent, and no pains will be spared to make all feel welcome. It is the in tention to make this the best session ever held at Prairie View, There will be given a literary entertainment in the evening. Clara Shurtz, President. Oklek Smith, Secretary. Bigr Creek. Mu. Editok : We take up our pencil to tell how busy our farmers are, we are h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

SlPJIiJ TO THELI T'TH.O? THEY GO ZT O Ti "tV-A. T2, ZD VOL. X. NO 25. PHILLIPSBIJRG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 20; 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PIIILUPSBUnO. IC-iT A BUSHED IN 177 KANSAS fh elJrat it ia Northwfteru Kui-ao i .i ymtr Kiz mouth .73 b. A. I) r.'i'. K0HN3 A DYGTJE, PUOLhHh'RS A (NO PROPR!TCHJ The trains on the Mitouri Pacific Railrod ar riro at Marvin ua follows: GOING EAST. I'iener 4:0Tp. m. Freight 8:06 a. m. GOING WEST. Ptpe riser 10:41 a m. Freight 8:00 p. m. C. K. & N. TIME CARD Gorxa EAST. JCo. 8 Raeu?er No. SS Local Weight GOING WEST. 2so. ST PaJfc?er " 7 Local Freight 3:45 a. m. 11:40 p. m. 11:00 p. m. 11:10 p. in. pnoFcccioriAL cards. K. WALLACE, II. D., Physician and Surteon. Special attention firta to the diaeoae of wo- Oio acxrth. a-ida pub Ho qaaxa. t-htillplar, .... Kuaaa. A. B. HOUCK. II. D., Iclectic Physician. OS e at O. "V7. Eicklord'a Dm Btore, aorifc kU f5wt 6cinr, Phxlllpbarg, JLacua. All oalL boCa day and night prompt! at tract i- D. BROTHER...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

THE HERALD. PHILIPSBURG, KANSAS LOU THE 2JATI02TAL CAPITOL In the Senate. Washinoton, April 5. Some time ago Sen a.or Walthall introduced a bill for the with drawal of public lands in Mississippi from sale at ordinary private entry. The public land! committee, after consideration of the iatter, concluded to report a bill covering' jtil public lands, and Walthall, by direction the committee, reported the following' as a substitute for his bill: That from and After the package of this act the public lands of the United States now subject to private entry shall be disposed of under and according to the provisions of the home stead laws only. Palmer haw introduced a bill to test the boience of spelling, etc , being the same as Lazier 8 bill in tne nouae. The senate resumed consideration of the bond bill, the pending question being Beck's aauendment. tiherman moved to amend Beck's amend nont by substituting silver bullion for sil ver coin over tne to millions monthly, but tixe presiding ...

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