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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 27 December 1900

? a HARRY DAY & CO. ABB BKOK1VIHQ NEW DRY GOODS Constantly , and have a Large Stack of the LATEST PATTERNS of DRESS GOODS. Their now Goods include Shoes , of the Best Quality and Latest Designs. For comfort and durability. They have added a fresh and complete line of STAPLE AND FANGY GROCERIES , Which they are selling nt prices that defy competition. They have jutt received a car ot Whiob they are rolriling at a bargain. Remember their new location , Northeast Corner of Public Square. THE- it Commercial Hotel SM &fim HORACE F. KENNEDY , Prop'r. al Southwest corner Square , BROKEN BOW , - r NEBRASKA. m The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished fcj vi throughout. Sample rooms for Commerical men. Bath j ? | " rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all trains. j LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , Try us once and you will come again. E. L. BUNCH , Headquarters for Board and Lodging. BEST 81.00 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY. Groceries , Confectioneries and Fruits , AT LOWEST PRI...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 27 December 1900

i : CJJSTERCODNTrai'DBLICAfl D. M. ASIB1IKIUIT , Vul.ll lt r. BBOKEN BOW , N1SLHIA3KA , THE NF.WS IN BRIEP. The official ACto of Minnesota Is an nounced ns follows : For president , McKlnlcy , 190,401 ; Bryan , 112.901 ; Woollcy , 8,553 ; Dcbn , 3.0G5 ; scclnl la bor , 1,329 ; McKlnloy'B plurality , 77,500. Although the Chicago International live stock exhibition closed with a lossi of $15,000 , this Is no discouragement to the management , who are going to hold another exposition next year en a much larger Bralc. The house committee on public lands today rcpoited favorably the bill introduced by Congrisuman Mondcll allowing settlers In Wyoming and South Dakota the free use of timber an certain lands for domuatlc purposes. Colonel Hepburn hun introduced a bill In congress to amend the pension law of Juno 27 , 1890 , and May 9 , 1900 , as to pension all blind soldiers who are now totally blind , or who may become totally blind , at $5 per month. The Norwegian writer , Bjornstjcrno Bj...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 27 December 1900

"Well , well , so this is New Year's day , " said Mr. Spoonor. "Do you re member how wo quarreled this day one year ago ? " "Remember ! I think I do ! " cried his wife. "Why , the cards were order ed when It happened , and I didn't know whether I could have your name taken out and Dick's Inserted , In case I changed my mind. " "In case I changed my mlim , you mean , dear. Strange that I never sus pected how much poor Dora cared for me until that day. " "I'm sure she had concealed It very well the way she ran after Dick , as if ho ever had eyes for anybody but me ! Ho never told his love , but a wo man's Intuition was " "A synonym of vanity , dear. Of course , I couldn't help knowing that she cared for mo when I met her In the boarding house parlor , with her eyes full of tears , on the very morning after you had told Marie , her dearest friend , that we were to bo married In a month. " "Humph , that girl would cry about anything ; I've known her to cry when the villain in the play w...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 27 December 1900

BOY KILLS HIMSELF. I'crry Stotilier , of Mcrnn , Ilic Victim of an Accident. Special Telephone to the lUruiutoAN. Perry Stouffer , a seventeen year old boy , living two miles north of Mcrun , accidentally phot himself to day at 11 o'clock , by discharging a ahot-gun , while in the act of picking - ing the gun up from the stopfl in front of the door of hifl residence The boy was starting on an errand to one of the neighbors , and it is upposod intended to toke his gun along , and ns ho lifted it up ho caught the hammer of the gun on the door stop. The shot entered h's ' abdomen on the left sidu and ho died almost instantly. The boy'a father is now in Illinois , hut was telegraphed the Bad news. CUHTEIl COUNTY ASKS JtELIEP. Delinquent Heal Estate Taxes Can Only lie Collected After Hie Lauds llnvo Uecn Ap praised und Sold. Onuha Hoe. Senator F. M. Ourrio of Broken Bow is in the city. Mr. Curric cornea from the home of Judge Hoi comb end Congressman Kern , and was the only republican el...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

Stnto UUt Librarian Hooletj VOL. XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 3 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO 29 , Lay down the ctiBtoranry resolution * and 1st the old world etnlle. You'll break iome and keep some. HuppoEo jon make u resolution to giro I your cyea better attention during the coming year. Lot mo gnl t jon with suitable glasses , I and I'll guarantee yon greater comfort , J morn eoeeund better ejes , when another Now Tear confronts you. I With beat wliheg. of Chicago Opthalmlo College i 1 School Books , y. Tablets # AND J t School Supplies , . G. Haeberle's. * H * It Isn't tlie itixterlal tUnt Into your repaired watcti tlint remi.tn ii > a peril ct l .t > , u is tue Jtou ; that does the hu ° nn < H8 , r.y bungler can buy tin- flue kit d * < > f m > Uml Mint i ujo la repairing ; but tkill i' th < mo t valuable nittcrm ! tbui mn b' n ecl in watch repairing H' d the bungler cim't buy It I ' eel ) my skill ( or what U IB worth Hud it wi...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

MNT1 Nebraska Partners Show Less Oonfldenco ia the Spring Ocrcal , CHANGE IS ABOUT 600,000 ACRES i lo | > nrl until t of Acrlctiltiiro rurnliliM riKuroi on Corn , Onls , liny , rututo mill Oilier Crops for Hip bctuon Jimt IVit An Kncourrtglng HI.o Inc. , * ( * WASlUNGT6NDoc. 28. The stat istician of the Department" Agri culture oallmntos .the United States .wheat crop of 1000 at 522,229,505 bush- 'ehi , the area actually harvested being 42,495,385 ncros and the average an cro 'I2.H9 ' bushels. The production ot winter wheat Is estimated at 350,025- 409 bushels and that of spring wheat at 172.200.00G bushels , the area actu ally harvested being 20,235,897 acres nu Ihc fonnar care ami 10,259,188 acres In the latter case. The winter wheat acreage , totally ahandono.l In Ohio , Allchlgaii , Indiana nnd Illinois , Is Hn- tilly placed nt 3,522,787 acres , and the tip ! lug wheat lU'rcnge , totally aban doned In North Dakota and South Da- Btota , at J,7ii'lfi7 ! ; acres. The extraor din...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

SISTERS r P@ ° ru-na for Coughs , Gelds , Grippe Catarrh- ' . - ? Congressman's * Letter. IN every county of the civilized world the Sisters of the Good Shepherd are known. .Jot only do they minister tothcspirltual and intellectual needs of the charges committed to their cure , but they also mlnibter to their bodily Deeds. With so many children to take core of ' ' nndto'protcct'fromclimnte and disease these wise and prudent Sisters have found Peruna a never-failing safeguard. C9lujnbus , 0. , July 10 , 1000. j The Peruna 'Xfeui'etae Co. , City : i Gentlemen "A number of years < igx > our attention was called loDr./Hnrt- / inan's Pcrnna , and sj nce ttien w'cMinvc ' used It with wonderful results for grip' coughs , colds , and catnrrhnl diseases of the head and stomnch. ' "For grip nud winter cjitarrh esper cially It has been of preatVetvIcc ' inmates of tins institution. " Sisters of the Good Shepherd. ' The following letter is from , Con pressman Meekison , of Napoleon , Ohio...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

( So. Republican PnblldieU etcry Thursday nt tueConnty Sent H > M. ncc In Ctiftor Dlock , Fourth Entircd at Hie pottofflcc at II r oh en How , Neb , aa Bccond.claf s matter fur Irani inltelon through tlioU. M.Mslla. BUUSCimTlON One Your , In Advuucu . $1 W The legislature convened TueH- day. For fear the Cudahy kidnappers will not know juat what the Omaha poliuo and detectives arc doing to capture thorn , ( hey daily publish their exploits. The Btand Mayor Moore , of Omaha , lias takou in offering a reword word of * 2GOUO for the arrcnt and oonviotioii of the kidnappers , in highly commendable Secretary Moikltjohn and Con gressman Mercer have left Washing ton , and established headquarteru at Lincoln for the time being , to watch the development ! ) in the senatorial contest , . Both have aspi- ralioLs in that direction. It is a matter of congelation to u the public to know that it id but one more week until the now county board will meet. Thou the delin quent tax conunitto that ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

r ! ! HARRY DAY AHE BHOB1Y1NO NEW DRY GOODS Constantly , and have a Large Stock of 'the LATEST PATTERNS of DRESS GOODS. Their new Goods include Shoes , of the Best Quality and Latest Designs. For comfort and durability. They have added a fresh and complete line of STAPLE AND FANOY GROCERIES , Which they are selling nt prices that defy competition. They have just received a car of Which they are retriling at a bargain. Remember their new location , Northeast Corner of Public Square. p w ! . THE- m 1 Commercial Hotel 1 C. H. KENNEDY , Prop'r. > Southwest corner Square , * BROKEN BOW , - - NEBRASKA. l te The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished $3 throughout. Sample rooms for Commerical men. Bath | ' ! * . ! rooms in connection. Free Bus to and from all trains. 1 LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , Try us once and you will come again , © S .3 $ $ ? $ fc $ E. L. BUNCH , Headquarters for Board and Locking. BEST $1.00 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY. Groceries , Confectioneries and Fruits...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

COSTER CODNTI REPUBLICAN D. , .Vublliher. BBOtfEN BO\V , NEBRASKA. ! THE NEWS IN BRIEf. Theodore L. Poole , United Statea marshal for the northern district , and n former member of congress , died at Syracuse , N. Y. , of apoplexy. Rev. Christian Keller , pastor of the German Lutheran church In Racine , Wls. , was. found dead in bed. Ho 10- tircd in apparently good health. Apoplexy - oploxy is supposed to bo the cause of death. Lieutenant Parker , manager of the patent department of the American Bicycle company , Is dead at the homo of his mother In South Lancaster , Mass. Ho was -13 years of ago and graduated from Annapolis In 1882. Secretary Hitchcock of the Interior department Is spending the holidnyn with relatives in St. Loula. Ho says ho Is not going to resign from the cab inet and , as far as ho knows , only Attorney General Grlggs contemplates leaving the cabinet. "Russia offers Roumanlu a loan of 10,000,000 , " says the Vienna corre spondent of the London Dally Exprc'ss , "...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

* jw&wirfp > tjijjiibfaip' % * & Tr A T'RETT'y J * iJi. "By Louise "Bedford. CHAPTER I. The sas was turned up to its full height and flared noisily in the front parlor of a lodging house In the sub urbs of London. Just underneath It , so that the bright light Illumined the varying shade of her auburn hair , sat a girl , with tho.advertisement sheet of the Daily Mall laid upon the table before her. One finger passed rapidly down the columns. "I wish I were a cook , Neville. Here are cooks required of every size and shape , no limit to either age or sex , apparently. I could get a dozen situ ations tomorrow If I could roast a joint properly , nnd I could earn a for- time if I could do made dishes. " The brother that Janetta Howard addressed was a good-looking lad about 19 years old , with dark appeal ing eyes , and closely-cropped curly hair. The face was spoiled by the purposeless , weak mouth and the char acterless chin. Ho reclined In an easy chair , and was smoking a pi...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 3 January 1901

RELIGIOUS JlKAJUiNG. RELIGION AND REFORMS ALL OVER THE WORLD. Common TliltiB * Ilulp Tlmt Ciunai from < lo l llnty of HcliiK C'ticurful TlitnK * to rorgtt Korirot NclRlilmrn 1'uutu AbstrnclA from HITIIIOIH. Cuiiiuinii Olvo me , dear Lord , Thy magic com mon things , Which ull am eeo , which all may share , Sunlit-lit uiul dewtlroiJS , grimu aud stars and HCII , Nothing unique or now , and nothing rare. , Just daisies , knap-weed , wind among thu thorns ; Sonio clouds to cross the blue old uky above ; Rnln , winter fires , a useful hand , a heart , The common glory of n woman's love. Then , .when my feet no longer tread old paths ( Keep them from fouling sweet things anywhere ) , Writ * one old epitaph In grace-lit words : "Such things look fairer that he so journed hero. " The Spectator. IIolp Tlmt Conic * from Uod. In the time of sore aflllctlon , when the he-art cries out for relief from Ita deep dlatreos , nothing save the help that cornea from the everlasting goupel can avail...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

1111 LillJ u ' XIX , . BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO 30 , ISTOPPED I ? Well , it baa.boon a good , reliable timely friend , bus eium-d a rest. Lay it aside Secure a new one. Tbo world moves. Carry a roll II s able watcb , uul ea you wish to be behind the times and the time. Watcb your time by carrying a time-niece that 1 can guarantee. My recommendation meanA watcb that baa impned fhecxnc'ing : I observatory test before coming o me , a watob thit I know , ( mm tunn > years' ac'uitl htind ing of s flno WBtchea , to be 'be beat of ire i kind and price dor-en't 'matter wbac that puoe may be. My three grades are , good , bntte best. 5 Good watchcB , { 5 80 UP Better a'chea $7 90 up Beet watches , 817.00 up 5s s s Orfldnato of Chicago Opthftlmlo College , School Books , Tablets AND- School Supplies , . G. Haeberle's. it lBi t the iimtcrlui tUnt B eH Into your repHlred wutcli that reHuitH In a pcrft-ct ma the thut ( lo ' 8tbebu"ii...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

CDJgffl COIIHTI BEl'DBLICAN D. M. AJUSIIKttUT , VublUher. BBOKBN BOW , N12IMASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The earnings of tlio Chicago a rout "Western railway for tlio third woclc of December , 1000 , show nn Incrcaso of $8,458,21 over the corresponding woelc ot Inst year. Having hern deeply Interested by a recent visit to the Berlin electrical works the kaiser sent the Imisorin and Imperial princes to Inspect the establishment. Judge D. W. Canflcld of Chardon , Ohio , aged 72 years , one of the host known public men In Ohio , and an Intimate friend of the Into President Uarflold , Is dead. The minister of agriculture of Bra zil estimates that there will ho 1- 700,000 tons of wheat available for export this scnson. Ho says that the corn crop Is good. The secretary of war has purchase : ! the largo freight steamer Samoa Tit Hong Kong for use lit transportation to San Francisco of the volunteer army It the Philippines. United States Consul Wlldmnn at Hong Kong has boon granted a leave of a...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

POINTER'S WORD Outgoing Executive Addresses the Nebraska Lawmakers. CONDITION OF THE STATE FINANCES. Stnto Institutions nnit Coininoii Schooln Carefully Looked After. l lllCmlntloilft ntiulu. Const It ulloiiul Con volition. To the Senators and Representatives of the Twenty-seventh Session of the Legislature of Nebraska. Gentlemen : Complying with the provisions of the constitution of the atato of Nebraska , I place before you a summary of the operations of the various departments of state during the past blennlum , and offer for your consideration some sug gestions as to what I deem the needs of the state. Too much of our legislation Is built upon the glvo and take plan a sys tem "of you help mo and I'll help yon" between legislators. Logrolling ing Is notorious In almost every legis lative hall , and all the way up to the national halls of congress. The lobby exerts undue Influence. As a result of these things we have a mass of Ill- considered laws , the meaning of which Is obscure...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

Republican I'tibllttiud ntcry Thursday at tlie Comity Boat. I ) . M , AMNlUmilV , . I'.tlltor In CniUcr lllock , fourth Afo.- Kutm-il lit tlio pottofflco at llrolieu How , Ncl > . , rccoud-clntt matter for trnneinlfplon through thoU. S. Mall * . StMISClUmON I'lUOB : Ono Vonr , In mlvntica $1.00 THURSDAY , JAN 10 , 1901. To put money in the county treasury lor a pop bo.ml to handle in very similar to pouring sand into a rat hole. P. D. Armour , the millionaire packer of Chicago , died Sundiy afternoon. Ho had boon failing in health for two years. His estate is estimated to b worth from $10,000 , 000 to $60,000,000. Had F. II. Young waittd until the expiration of the pop county board before inventing in tax cer tificates , the county would have a surplus to its credit now , instead of a ( Illicit. Gov. Dicltioh's inaugural address is an able production , and contains nothing but straightforward busi ness propositions. If ho continues on in the policy ho has started , ho will well e...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

JBH JI BIMJLMJII HARRY DAY fc CO. ABB BBOKIVINQ NEW DRY GOODS Constantly , and have a Large Stock of the LATEST PATTERNS of DKESS GOODS. Tboir now Goods include Shoes , of the Best Quality and Latest Designs. For oomfort"and durability. They have added a fresh and complete line of Ba STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES , a Which they are soiling at prices that defy competition. They have juet received a car of n Which they are retriling at a bargain. Remember their new location , Northeast Corner of Public Square. 1 Commercial Hotel 1 * * " % 3" " ? p , C. H. KENNEDY , Prop'r. $ fc Southwest corner Square , jj4 BROKEN BOW , - - NEBRASKA. ffi , 3i ) $ ' The Hotel has been refitted and refurnished * : throughout. Sample rooms for Commerical men. Bath . ! &j rooms in connection . Free Bus to and from all trains. fej LIVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL , . _ g J86T Try us once and you will come again , * © a ? % ! Sjfi&ltiy ! - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ E. L ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

t MEDICALJXAMINER Of the U , S , Treasury Recommends Peruna , Ir Moweliyn Jorilnn. lr Llewellyn Jordan , Medical Exnrnincr of U S Trt-aMin Department , graduate of Coluiitbia Collcpp. nnd ho wrvcd ( lircc years at Went I'omt , lias the following to say of I'cruna " Allow me ( o express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy. One short month has brought forth n vnst change and I now consider myself n well mail nftcr months of suffering. Fellow sufferers , Pcrunn will cure you. " .Oalnrrli ii a jstemic diienso ruralile only liy KjfilrinatK trc.itmrnt. A icinpilr thai cures catarrh mini nun directly at the deiircsswil ritm > cenlcih. This is what I'eriuia does. 1'citina nntnwliitlcl ) invigor ates the nci\e centers ttlncli KI\O vitaiitj to the nuieotis membrane * Then calnuh dl - nppcaip. Then culanh iHiieiinnnentlv tined. 1'eriina cures catanhliciever located. Pcrtina i < not a nie s nor mi c\peiimenl--it ii an fibsolute scientific ceilainly 1'ciu...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

BILL PROGRESS Belief That It Will Bo Forced Through ' This Week , y CONTENTION MAY DELAY PASSAGE Severn'of Its I'rovinlon * Kxprctcil to Kx- clto Acrimonious Drbitu Tlio Ship Subsidy HIM Then Next tu llo Given n lloost. WASHINGTON , Jan. 7. The sen ate will continue to give practically uninterrupted attention to the army reorganization bill until that measure shall bo disposed of. That the bill iwlll pass no ono doubts , and the gen eral opinion IH that It will get through Bomo time during the present year. Senator Hawley , chairman of the committee on military affairs , ex presses the opinion that the measure will bo in conference Wednesday , but other senators postpone the date some what. There are several committee amendments yet to bo considered , In cluding those relating to the army canteen and the veterinary corps. It was supposed at ono time that the canteen provision would cause pro longed debate , but the best opinion now is that comparatively little time will bo spent on ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 10 January 1901

Supervisors Tuesday , Jan. K , 1001. In compliance with HIP statutes , the members of UIP county board eouveui'd at 10 n. in. at the oourt house , und were oallnd to order by tlio deputy county clerk. .1. F. Brechbuhl wns eh'Oled temporary chairman. A oommittt'o on orcdcn tials , ooiiHisting of John Coouoy , C. O. Lind and John Conloy were ap pointed. The oonuniUoo reported that they found the following mem bers entitled to seats an members of the board : 11. VV. Savage , of tiar p < Mit , Ifet district ; John Coouey , of Wtst Union , 2d district ; G. II. Thorpe , of Broken How , 8 t district- . C. O. Lind , of Gothenburg , 4th district ; J. F. Ureohbuhl , of Au- nulmo , flth district ; John \V. ( Jon ley , of Uconto , Oth district ; Gotlob Hisor , of Mason City , 7th district Report adopttd. On motion the chivlr was author' ized to appoint a committee of three OH permanent organization. Tlu olmr appointed as HUOI committee , G II. Thorpe , J. NY. Conloy and Gntleb Uisor. The com...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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