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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 11 November 1910

ilT LEMUR A CHARMING PET thf M Mta "Naturalist en the Prov!" Deeerfoea little Animal Serv- Afraid of Hhn. ' Ivta are of all sorts. One of the tnoet emosfn and attractive la de ertted by Eha la his "Naturalist on tie Prowl.- This UtUa animal waa a lemur, and besides many gentle and eareestng vara, It teemed aa If It possess ad a certain aenaa of humor. 1 im4 to take Ita aoft band and examlns Ita pretty nalla. Each hand bad one long;, sharp claw. Buch a -enrtona arratioement puzzled me, un til ewe day a Sea showed me the use f that claw. U bit the lemur under the rfbe. I expect the little beaat had teeeoa to be thankful that nature had spared oaa too, when It promoted It to tha ordar of four-handed anlmala. foere Barer waa a mora charming Vac. Ha took life ao gayly, and tha antic war ao original. When my man tat him out of his cage in tha morn tn. ha would scamper straight to my tied room, look round with large eyes trimming over with mild curiosity, and. lightly an a rubber ball, spr...

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. — 11 November 1910

-jef GOLDS BREED CATARRH Her Terrible Experience Shows How Peruna Should Be in Every h- Heme to Prevent Colds. Mia, C. S. Sage rsr, lSll Wood land Ave., Kansas City. Mo. write: "I feel It a duty to you aud to other that may bo af flicted llho myself, to weak for Peruna. "My trou ble first came aftnr la gr I p p e eight or rilao years ego. a gath ering bi my bead and neuralgia. I iiifla red (host all the 1 1 in e. My hose, ears and eyes were fcadly &ffected for ae last two years. 1 think from youi description of Internal catarrh that I tnuat have had that also. I suffered very severely. "Nothing ever relieved me like Pe runa. It keeps me from taking cold. "With the exception of some deaf oess I am feeling perfectly cured. I am forty-six years old. "I feel that words are Inadequate to express my praise for Peruna," Catarrh In Bad Form. Mm. Jennie Darling, Tt. T. T. 1, Smyrna Mills, Maine, writes: "I was unable to do my work for four years, as I had catarrh In a bad form. I toughed...

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. — 11 November 1910

New Of News Governorship Cost Him $8 V . That Wm All Joel Parker Spent In His Successful Campaign to Be. Chief Executive of New Jersey. Joel Parker, who died In 188J, at the age of seventy-two, gained na tional distinction at the timo of the Civil war because, although elected governor of New Jersey as a Demo crat, ho was nevertheless one of the most efficient and zealous of all tbo war governors of the north. His unique distinction, in fact, was that he was the great Democratlo war governor of the Union. He served from 18C2, to 18G6 and In 1878 he was tho favorite son of the New Jersey Democrats for the presidential nom ination. Five years before Governor Por ker's party became very much dis turbed by the understanding that the Republicans were going to nominate for governor a very rich manufactur er Cornollus Walsh, by name who, It was understood, had expressed a willingness to contribute a very large sum Of money In support of Ms can didacy. In their pertubntlon the Democratic- l...

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. — 18 November 1910

DAKOTA COUNTY Do Slate Historical Scci'Jh MOTTO-All The News When It Is News. VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1!10. NUMBER 12 MFRAI IS COURTS' CRITIC GOV. HADLEY MAKE8 CEN30RU OU3 SPEECH BEFORE LA BOR CONVENTION. SAYS ROOSEVELT IS RIGHT Uphold Ex-Preeidcnt's Denunciation cf Judicial Bodies Asserts Judges Render Elrsed Declolons Through Environments In Which They Live. St. Louis. In an addrers on Tues day before tho American Federation of Labor convention, which Is In ses sion in this city, Gvcmor Hadley of Missouri ctror.gly upheld Theodore Koo:-'evt lt'o denunciation of tlio courts. He said tliat Roosevelt was right. "I believe and every hone3t man be lieves," said he, "that there should bo jiFt eriticii.m of any public ofllcial, whether Judge or any other ofllcial." This sentiment aroused the greatest enthusiasm ia tho convention. "Roose velt was ris;:t when he denounced the courts, ber raise they are governed by iuclr environment. The great trouble with the jU'l...

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. — 18 November 1910

4 : DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. OHN H. REAM, . . Publisher. SARTORIAL SNOBBERY. t Tbat cluelre Individual to whom the Now York tailors owe a largo debt of gratitude which may be more than balauced by the amount he owes the tailors has tendered the public an other profound statement lie aaya that a man "who doesn't ro out much' can dress decently on 3,000 a year, ays the Cleveland Plain Denier. Ob eerve the subtlo malgnity of that qual ifying phrase. The man who goes out much, the fellow who romps through Touts and dinners and teas and al fresco twaddlefests, must pny his tall mr no matter what he does for the Jdper. While the poor chappie who s hampered by a measly $5,000 will cut his pleasures carefully according to his cloth, being so closely menaced by that deadly line of decency. Just now this distinction will be regarded by the possessor of two coat hangers, with only one In active use, can easily be Imagined. He will smile at the ukase and snap his fingers at a code o...

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. — 18 November 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. 8ARTORIAL SNOBBERY. 1 That eJuslTO Individual to whom the New York tailors owe a large debt of gratitude which may bo more than balanced by the amount he owes the tailors has tendered the public an other profound statement. He says Jthat a man "who doesn't ro out much" can dress decently on $.",000 a year, ays the Cleveland Tlaln Dealer. Ob serve the subtle malgnlty of that qual ifying phraso. The man who goes out much, the fellow who romps through routs and dinners and teas and al fresco twaddlefests, must pay his tail or no matter what he does for the Jilper. While the poor chappie who hampered by a measly $5,000 will cut his pleasures carefully according to his cloth, being so closely menaced by that deadly line of decency. Just now this distinction will be regarded by the possessor of two coat hangers, with only one In active use, can easily be Imagined. He will smile at the ukase and snap his fingers at a code of dec...

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. — 18 November 1910

WOXHS. mnftftTr Martin land it tonally rich, and atT It needs to make It productive Is drtdnage. The fall of the year Is the best Mme to drain before the winter rains set In. If the ground is not too soft for the horses, one or more fur rows may be run out with the two horse plow. Hook three horses to tho plow. An extra man should fol low with Sharp ax to cut the roots. Tho ditch may be deepened by the use of the lifting subsoil plow. To do good work a heavy match team In the hands of a capable plowman Is neces sary. After land is drained, turn the sod over with the three-horse plow. M.'. . t i. V - 1 J v-i' if- o rW v 1 ;,.;.. 1 ,v .V---;. jv IV "V C EXT to a goodly supply of I turkeys tho most lmpor- I r? I tnn requisite for a sue- 11' N coRsful Thanksgiving Is a berries of Just the proper tart flavor. As well have a Thanksgiving dinner without turkey as without the appetizing cranberry sauce. However il. pcoplc? of the United States have scant cause to worry be cause of this feat...

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. — 18 November 1910

M ktt A (OFltllhPFF-Q fir ffllfllllkc1 fit Vt IfMl W"" -SV vt V. i - yp sjvi?r5iSP7 wrtm Qi, r&Vi "wJr 'AU " B ' 'fr, V sv jiwa rr' a .,' v.:h!;, n;'' V r cj' EXT to a Koodly supply of turkoys tho most impor tant rcqtilstto for a suc cessful Thaiiksglvlng Is a plentiful measure of cran berries of just the proper tart flavor. As well have a Thanksgiving dinner without turkey as without the appetizing cranberry sauce. However ill people of the United States have scant cause to worry be cause of this feature of their holiday menu. It has been years since a failure of the cranberry crop was eported and cranberry growers have been so Increasing their productive areas that despite the increase in demand, due to the country's Increase In population and other influences, here continues to be year by year a pretty lavish supply of the crimson berries, and most Beasons find them available at very reason able prices. Cranberries, like so many of the other good things of life, are distincti...

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. — 18 November 1910

5 M Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pisra Highest in Leavening Efficiency Makes Hot Breads Dakota County Herald JOHN II. ream; publisher Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at uakota Jity. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mniiH as second-class matter. Telephone No. 48. F L Gallagher, demourat, of Rosa lie, was elected float representative over Uicil R uoughu, republican, by 93. Cuming county's 900 democrutio majority still stands. Thut was a smooth vindication the Eiiglo bestowed upon itself last week in the matter of graftiug the county for f l 00 per puge for pnuting law brief a when t'e stuno work is doue for brivnte citizens for 75o per page. Da kota county is on a cash payiug basis yet and the taxpayers ate entitled to the same consideration that granted a private citizen or corpora tion that p:is catdi for its work. ThiB thing of payng off political...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 18 November 1910

CHURCH NEWS MCTMO0I9T. RV. W. H. Warrvn, Pastor. Hervleca at the Methodist KpNoopnl huroh every Hiinday a follows: Preach ing at II am; Hiiiidiiy school at in ft l" ; class mooting li in: Kp worth Ijcnirue 7 p in; preaotiliiK 8 p in. LUTHCAAN. Rov.S. I.. Keller. Pastor. DAKOTA CITT There will be no service I" Kininniiiicl Lutheran church, Dokota City. Ktnicloy nlKtit, hi the pastor litis another (imiiKt nient out of town. Sunday school every Sunday at t:46 a m ; Ellxnls-th M. II huso, superintendent. pruauhlng at7:HU p in. every Mundoy. SALEM Preaching overy Hunclny at 11 a in; Sun day school promptly nt II) a in. F. I. (Jul bertsoii, superintendent. TIip public Is oordlally Invited to all those service. R R Time Table c B ft Q BOL'TU No. 91 Local Freight 7:15 am 17 " Passenger. .12:47pm NORTH No. 92 Local Freight 2 :26 pm 16 Local Fassenger. ,6:t.7 pm daily. daily except Sunday. C, 8t. P., M. A O. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time: SOUTH BOUND. SOUTH BOUND. i :55 pm O...

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. — 18 November 1910

( tIADE HIS APOLOGY AMPLE 4rlh Legislator Even Withdrew the Words That He Wat About to Utter. There in In congress a wrslrn rrp fresentatlve of Cel'lc orlsin who has dor than once "stirred up tho anl taliU' by his propensity to bait tho topposltlon. i On one occasion he rone to do Bounce the statements nuulo in a speech that had been delivered by a knember of tho other party. Ills lin pejooslty led him to phrase his re narks rather strongly. "Order, order!" exclalmod tlie cpe&ker, pounding with his gavel. , Again, in a minute or two, did the won, of Erin return to his charge of fwllful misstatement. Asuln w;i he fcalled to "order." It was a critical moment. Ills col leagues, for motives of policy, did not "wlijh him to be put. out of the debate, o they hinted bo by tugging vigor cusly at his cont tails. Now, it's a very dangerous matter to trifle with the tails of an Irishman's coat, save in the cause of frl'-mlship INerertheless, the Indignant yet good catured member rccogr.ly....

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 18 November 1910

' f EXPOSURE BROUGHT IT OM. ; jthousands of Soldiers Contracted t 1 Kidney Trouble in the Civil War. I . John T. Jones, Tauls Valley, Okla, ays: "The hardships and exposure I ndured In the Civil War and when erring as a scout under Bill Cody, brought on my kidney trouble. I was confined to bed for days and the pain through my back and limbs was the worst I ever expe rienced. The kid ney secretions were profuse, fill- rjr "iaA Id with blood and burned terribly. I became weak and debilitated. Soon aft er I began tak'ng Doan's Kidney Pills, k Improved and It was not long before I was a well man.' ; Remember the name Doan's. i For sale by all dealers. BO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. No Place to Put It. ' Knobby What makes you so sure that tho old Konirn senators were honest? Lobby Simple enough. Togas Bidn't have pockets. Puck. DR. MARTEL'S FEMALE PILLS. Seventeen Years the Standard. Prescribed and recommended for men's Ailments. A scientifically pre- t pared remedy o...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 18 November 1910

Mtw Neura cJ hir Or. .Trftm?i THE ELECIMCAl WORLD USEFUL FIRE ALARM DEVICE Barnum Was Flabbergasted Amuslng Incident of the Campaign When the Great Showman and Humbugger Wat Seeking Election to Congresa. The last man you'd ever expect to be flabbergasted at anything wan F. T. Barnum, who gloried publicly aa well as privately In the fact that hie bust ness was that of humbugging the American people. Yet there canio a time In the con r no of his election to Congress In 1880 when the groat showman was actually so flabbergast ed for a few momenta that he was actually stricken speechless. Some years before he became obcessed by congressional aspirations, Mr. Barnum was engaged In the per sonally delectable tank of exploiting Tom Thumb. To do this In tho way that he had planned he needed more ready money than he possessed, and, looking about for a man who hud it and was willing to lend it, ho camo across tho lato Chauncey Goodrich, a well-known Connecticut clockmaker, whose father had bee...

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. — 25 November 1910

State Hisioiical SocV DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. MOTTO-All the News When It Is News. V0LU3IK 19 DAKOTA CITY, NKH., FRIDAY, NOVKMBEU 25. 1010. NUJIIIEIi 13 LjJ IH MEXICO FORTY ARE KILLED IN BATTLE AGAINST DIAZ'S SOL DIERS. WOMAN SLAYS POLICE CHIEF Pueblo, Seething With Rebellion, Is Scene of the Clash Francisco Ma dero, Head of Revolutionary Party, Claims the Presidency. Mexico City, Mex. Revolution broke out Friday la the city ol Pueblo between the antl-re-electlonists and the federal forces and It la re ported that 40 persons were killed and three wounded. The federal soldiers have gotten the upper hand of the af fair. A woman killed the chief of police and another wounded a major of In fantry. Many arrests of supporters of Fran cisco I Madero, the revolutionary leader, axe being made all over Mex ico. Eleven Mexicans were arrested at Buena Vista and lodged In Jail at Cananea charged with attempting to foment a revolution. At Orizaba numerous arrests were made and the police captured a ...

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. — 25 November 1910

DAKOTA CITY IIKKALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. Publisher. SPIRIT OF ROMANCE. To the spirit of chivalry and love tf adventure that characterized the wonderful days of long ago the aver uo rner turns for his romantic tales pf love and war, but It seems some how as though enough of romance ran be found In the world at every period of Its existence, even In Its resent most practical and, perhaps, Its most unpoetlcal stage, to make Volumes of absorbing interest, but tho mystery of the past appeals to the ordinary mind with more persistence than the wonders of the present; per aps, because tho intervening periods of time have endowed the occurrences' bf other days with something of the charm of their own uncertainty. The Influence of poetry, of music, of art, of the drama, of literature, helps to mold a world of loveliness, and con tributes in no small way to the hap piness of living, says the Charleston1 News and Courier. Into each profes sion some of the spirit of romance lias crept, much of whi...

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. — 25 November 1910

Oowtdng Noses UlWEID) ..py-ra. nw''feV4;;:uv . 4 w III :,- . t',i-'-."..i;3. rf -v' .,"'" !:. j'V'-hal cl crrr "-i-MeeM.,. 1; :i;rtr-ilj -r; W ? Aft J , I JLJ -T V'v ,' M) DII. f. S. CKNSl'S. who lias just comiwrioil the thirlcmlli diniK,;.' of the romliiicn of I'liclt Sam mid liN fn-nily, Ih Kan It In 17!K) unj 1'aa been reiicalliis it vwry ton jphi's sinci1. Viiclo Sum lias footoil the hi!la, to ilutn nnioiiiiting to about $17,0011,0(10, our venorablo dad has rp.lrulatod tint tho thirteenth lnvoHtlpatli'n will rost about ?13,000,000; $00,000,001) hr.a ben i po it for this purpose since 1700. Tho twelfth census cost about Jl.V 000,000, and an Uncle P.uuV, landed jms eesBions have Increasnl Kinr, tV.cn r.nd his family Rained about 00,0 m ini.ro members than Ijolonped to It in 1:V)0. It would be conHldered no more than fair if the present dianosin were to call for the spending of about $l3,oo0. 00, which would be the sum if the rate of lncreaso of expense nt each census up to the twe...

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. — 25 November 1910

PUBLISHER Subscription Trice. $1.00 Tcr Year. A weekly newpapcr publiHhed at Dakota Citr. NebraBka. Permiwiion has been pranted for the transmission o f this paper through the mniie as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Big Clean-UplDtS Sale of lYIerchandise Saved from the S. A. STINSON Fire Herald These Goods must be Sold at Once, Regard less of Price, and Ev . erything will go at a Big Reduction in Value Come at Oncel and get the Choice of these Bargains Shoes For Men, Women and Children. Items of Interest from our Exchanges linn church, nenr the Agency, on Fri- dt, Not 1 1, the llt-iU A Watermul- der I 111 '11111111?, bring BSintell by ReV ( A Heiili, of Macy, Slid Rev It C Hli'ipf, of tljis place. Interment took place in the MiHin ceinet.ry in the lot selected by the deceased. Tliosn present at the funeral from away were as follows: Mrs V II I'indley, of ld llviie; Mr and Mrs Waggoner, and Mesdames F 1$ Smith, and L Mc Laughlin, of Kmerson; Mra 0 1 Matthewson. Mrs W Diddcck ...

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. — 25 November 1910

5f fSf J I El5)PSD If to BAKING POWDER MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes Send for Royal Cook Book S..K 13S William St. f. New York The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1911 Almanac Tim Ktv Irl K Hlcko Almnnnr for 1!11, Unit mittrdliin Aiiki'I In a hundred tliousmid hoTiii's, In now ready. Not ninny lire now wllliim to Ih without It mid the Kev Irl H Hicks liiumilii'". Word imd Works. The two lire only l.( a year. 'J'he Alinnnnc Is Sfto prepnld. No home or ollleii should full to send for them, to Word and Works Pub lishing Uoinpmiy, St Souls, Mo. R R Time Table C B & Q SOUTII No. 91 Local Freight 7:15 am 17 " Passenger . .12:47 pm NORTH No. 92 Local Freight 2:25 pm 16 Local Passenger" . . 6 :i7 pni daily. daily except Sunday. C, St. P., M.&O. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time : BOBTH BOUND. BOOTH BOUND. 6:25 pm Omaha 7:58 am 10:03am Omaha ......4.53pm 8:88 pm Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 am Norfolk 4:53 pm 7:38 am Newcastle 10:18 am 1:15 pm " 5:50 p...

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. — 25 November 1910

DOES YOUR BACK ACHEf TtacltRctin Is usually kldncyache. "Thor ts only nnc wny to remove the rnln, you must reach the cause the No letter kidney remedy exists than Doan'8 Kidney Pill. The permanently cure all kidney Ills. Mrs. M. C. Morris, 540 Pnclflc Ave., Ala meda. C'al., nays: 'Tor twelve years 1 Buffered from kidney trouble. My back ached fo Intensely I did not receive one good night's rest. Tlio kidney secretions were suppressed and tho bladder burned and pained. Fifteen physicians treated me with out benefit. Then I began using Poan'a Kidney rills and was relieved from the first. Continued use cured me." Remember the name Doan's. tor sale by all dealers, nn cents a box. Foster Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y, AS IT SEtMcD TO HIM. Critic Thinks says he always does his best writing on an empty stom ach. Reader I I'm! It reads more like an empty bead. UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS The constant nae of Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, for toilet, bath and nursery purposes not only...

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. — 25 November 1910

AFTER MIDDLE WEIGHT TITLE LIGHT PLAYERS IN DEMAND UNCLE CALHOUN SPOKE OUT 3' pnwiil .i in I m,, pm T... .. ,,r r Sl4kV 'A-. . A OWES HER LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago. 111. "I w.is trouWrd with falling uinl liillnmmatlon, mid the doc tors Bald l conlil nott pet well unless I had an 0vraUon. you B'jrnt'time ai?o about my health and you told ma what to do. After taking; Lj-rtia E. l'inkham's Vegeta blo Compound and Blood rurilier I am to-day a well woman." Mrs. William Ahukxs, 688 W. 2lst St., Chicago, 111. Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and to-day hold3 the record for the largest number of actual cures Of female diseases ut any similar medi cine in the country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on lilo in the llnkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who havo been tured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ul ceratlon.displaeements, fibroid ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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