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WICHITA. KANSAS. Sl DVT MOKNLNG. JUKE 25. 1SJI3.
PAGES 9 TO 12
THE HERMIT NATION.
Street Scenes in the Capital City
Wihito WhAlAnQlA A ManiifaithiinTiif -U
simiiici iiiiuiuoaiu 11 ificiiiiiiauiiii mm j
The houses given below are reitres-sntative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They ara furnished thus for ready refer
ecce for the South generally, as well an for city and Kubniban buyers. Dorders and inqrarr3 should oorresjwn2 direct
with names given. , ' "
Ashland "N ilkes, 2:17.; $100.00 Season
John fcteiner. .- - 25.00 b'easou
llnuricc Levy, 25.00 Season.
YOTJTG STOCK TOE SALE.
Addrobs: II. O. TOLUIJ, Korth icbit.a Kansas.
k. m.maxw:ll, j:, l. mccluiie.
MAXAYELL fc McCLLTJE.
237-23! .SOUTH MA1" STIit'E'L'.
IMPORTERS and JOBBERS of NOTIONS, FURNISH
ING GOODS. Send in your orders for FIREWORKS.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
office ad warehouse 213 to 223 south market stkeet.
Ket-l vei. film at in Hie j.'mmm line, oliuw jita, Scnle.i :ii:ti nicors fixtures.
Also bulu proprietors of the "H03 ally" ami "I u iuuocecia" hi alula ot Cinih.
SANTA FB COALS,
AWl) JOMEit OP BD1LDMG MATERIALS
112 S. 4th Ave. Wichita, Kan.
(1 O A r j - kinds o Coal at Lowest Market
- v -C31 Prices. Best Arkansas River Sand
AND Yholesale and Retail.
K7T3 Ll 1 OFFICE .141
rnAS-AVLEsuriiY. c.eo. m korris
ATLESBULT-KOKBIS MEJJCiKTILE CO
Nos. J3S-U0 N. Fourth Ave.
Wholesale - Grocers.
Jobbers of Teas, Cigars and Spices
Pole A xenis iov Alt aivilo. Ei'-rarc'tin and L;i Perleta Ciyaivs.
FAMES MACHINE WORKS.
iiuilda jind Repairj
ENGINES, BOILERS and MACHINERY
VIA S. Wash insil on Ave Wichita
THE AYILLOTJl'FG CO
."UUTLEl? & CiRALEV,
M:muf:u tnrcr.s of and Jobbers in
Pieced and stamped Tin N are.
213 South Main Mrcil.
11. R. RU'lLE Is, Manager.
J. T. ALLEN.
fceiyfiiing Kept in a Fdclass Drag Store
10S EAST DOUGLAS A Vis.
WICHITA. - Ka)s
Wm. C. LANGDON,
Manufacturer of Tents, Awnings,
and everything made of Canvass.
Goods sold at Kansas City and St
Louis prices. Send for catalogue.
117 North Main Street.
THE W0LPA1 INIflAtfS.
"Characteristics of a Queor Tribe
' of Arizona Aboriginos.
-Tlsey IAtc In a State of CtrlUration Xot
( Mach Inferior to That l'os.pc(l by
White IUcclVriiUnr Habits
of thr AVonjoii.
In the Indian village or, "city" of
fWolpai in northwestern Arizona there
exists and iia- existed for centuries a
condition of civilization which is neith
ersocially nor morally much inferior to
Ithat possessed by the American people
of to-day, w ith horn the members of
this tribe have had but little communi
cation. It is particularly among the
Wolpai women that the degree of civil
ization seems to be mot remarkable.
Of course, writes IV. 1 Koberts in the
JCcw York Sunday Advertiser, they
have strange customs, which are ut
terly at variance with the Christian
mode of living, but I believe that the
following brief account of the life of a
Yolpai woman will not only be inter
esting, but it will prove that, uncivil
ized as they and all the .North Ameri
can Indians are supposed to be, the
women of this tribe arc not- measura
bly far behind our American house
wives in industry, domestic tact and
ability or in morals.
When the child is born she is prayed
over, after the custom of the tribe, and
then a strangely superstitious cere
mony is gone through viz.. the baby
is rubbed with wood ashes "in order
that her bones may not become loose."'
Until she isten years- old- she lives a
life of perfect childhood, romping,
climbing, playing with innumerable
toys and doing everything that a civil
ized child would like to do. but dara
.DOUGLAS AVE. PJiCXN'C 192.
IlLALi ' l.N.
'liologralcrs . Supplies!
J 02 JS J)oitf,la Avenue.
lVlclnta, Kan. Teleiihouc Connecllon
WIGHITA BOITLIISG WOKI
lot(lr.s of GinjrGr Ale. CliampasJ
Oider, Sada Water, Standard Nerve
J'ood, also General Western
A rents tor in. J.f.oinp'nl'xtra I'ale.
(or. I'irst and Waco Ms.. - Wichita.
J. A. BISHOP,
Wliole ale ami H-tall
Paints. Oils and Glass.
ir0 X Murl.et. St., H'ictitd, Kan
not. As a result the little Wblpai
maiden of ten years old is well knit and
robust, and has set up a natural foun
dation of health with which to begin
her life of usefulness.
At this age she dressses like her
elder sisters and is at once led into the
secrets of the kitchen and instructed
in the manufacture of baskets, pottery
and other useful wares, and before she
is fifteen she is skilled in carding- and
d eing- wool and in weaving blankets,
petticoats and other garments. Dr.
Shufelst ssys that "in the number of
stews, ragouts and broths"' which a
CCii..--. - -.
A GROUP OF WOI.PAI INDIANS.
Wolpai maiden can make, "or iu the
endless diversity of hominy, mush, pop
corn and piki bread, she will hold her
own with the most ingenious American
Hut the most peculiar thing about
these women is the fashion in which
they wear their hair. It is arranged
on both sides of the head, like the
horns of a mountain sheep, in two
enormous whorls. Thisis accomplished
by winding the hair around some plia
ble switches of willow and has a most
curious effect. Considerable care is
taken in the preparation of this part
of the toilet, and it is in strange con
tradistinction to the customs of the
Apaches. Utes and Xavajo Indians,
whose hair hangs in unkempt, loose
After marriage the Wolriai maidens
--e. V JuaiCMMijf ZfiMei'TMx--'i tfe.jui. "'y-A'''iJg!i? j.-awSjFK-
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
l''oi nieiiy CliHileu E. Votta A, Co., Cincinnati O.i
(cods Sold nt St. J onis and Knuua City Prices.
S3 and lb oiilL Ikiiii Sheer, - - - - "VYicLifa, Kansa
WICHITA -TIUNK - FACTORY
iMamiiaeturers and Dealers ot Trunks, Valises, Medical Cases
Shawl Straps and Sam Die cases. A complete line of traveling good3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
125 West Uoiifflas Ave. Wichita, Kan.
THE JOHNSTON & LARIMER DRY GOODS CO..
Dry : Goods, : Notions :and : Furnishing ; Goods.
Complete Stock in all the Department:;.
H9, 121 &12:JN Topeka Ave. Wichita, Kansas.
:-EAGLE x CORNICE x WORKS.-:---
324 ISOllTU MAIN STltEET.
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron, and Copper Cornice; Tin
Copper, Iron, and Slate Rooting Work done in tiny part of tilt
country. Estimate furnished on application.
.iiauimo Caswell & Buckley.
J. L. A1ILERS. ALVA E. SWEET. FRANK B. WALKER
WICHITA CREAMERY CO. .
Wholesale Butter and Eggs
212-214 South Topeka Avenue.
liefer by pcrmlsMon loK.inb.isXatioii.il Hank.
LEI-DJANN-HJUGINSON GROCER CO..
203 AIS'1 205 N. WA'i'UR STREK'V. '
Sole Atentt. foi the (dilated Jtis-e (.olkt- the l.et.1 ackage cotTee iivllie maiket
JACOB DOLD PACK M CO.
rOEK AND BEEF PACKEES.
FINE -MEATS, LAUDS AM) SAUSAGES.
A 1 aid lov Everybody: 11 hite riovf rTlrand ouv Specialty; the linest
Lard in tlu' ronntry. Choice Kainily Lai d. the 3Josl Pojmlar brantl on tlio
maikel. The Jlefct Gi'oeercan inim.h either.
II 3 on a ant the oct call l"-r M hitu (Mover, and insist on getting: it.
In original Ijdhoraplied Caiih yen are sure ot'retlin: it.
'nt up lor EamiJy lmo in 3, 5. 30 and 20 pound Laqui-ed Tin Pail, Avith
Lithograph label. d7JL
S. A. McClmig Boot and Shoe Go;
Succetbor to Gtto McClung, Boot and Shoe Co.
WHOLESALE :-: UOOTS :-': AND :-: SPOES.
Our Salesmen are no'.v on the Road ith Spring and Summer Liueo. don't
buy until you see their ham pies.
Mail tti del & pioniptly Idled.
Sa tibiae tiuu guaranteed.
j:s.-. anil J:J7 ' Market St. IVicliita, Kan,
CHAS. P. jrUELLEU,
Wiiolcsiile anJ KtMil
Dealer in all kinds of Hou-o and J JoJ
itit; Plants, Cenietiy Viise-, .l.udiiuere
&c. Floral designs for P.utie-?, Weddings
utl Fuuerals nuule on shoit notice. Viii
aors welcome, tireeuhoube I'.urinoiinc
cease to wear their hair in whorls. l.
is then parted in the middle and tied
in a kind of queue, after the same
style as the men. The girls of this
tribe choose their own husbands. In
the household, where everything is
clean as a new pin. the wife reigns su
preme, and daughters inherit the
The pottery, ornamental basket
work and woven material of this tribe
are of peculiar excellence, and wonld
no doubt fetch high figures in competi
tion with many of the commercial
products of our stores. J5ut in the mat
ter of buying and selling the same cus
tom that is observed by the Zunis
holds here viz., no purchase can be
made indoors unless by the wife's con
sent. Torch Stop a Cable Itoal.
Large fish stories have often been
told about large fish, but the day of
the smaller fry came aloncr about a
week ago when the Harlem cable road
in 2sew York city was stopped by thir
t perch. These little fish did not ac
tually stop the cable by main strength.
They knew a better trick than that.
They got into the water-pipe that sup
plies the big engine that moves the
cable and choked it up. Consequently
the engine had to stop, and with it the
cable and. the cars. Residents in that
part of New York have been complain
ing lately that the supply of water is
very scant, and it is believed that the
reason is the fish that have found their
wav into the mains.
No Worry. (
Young Atithor What do yoa think
of my new play?
Friend Ilem! You're in luck, old i
"Yes, indeed. You won't be worried
to death by ticket speculators." N. Y.
Not to Be T.Ukel to lloath. j
Mrs. Quicklippe (furioso) I have no 1
words to express my indignation z.t ;
your conduct. J
Mr. Quicklippe (with a sigh of rd-
lief) Well, there's one gratifying ;
feature of the situation. Chicago
r. r. MAivrry,
liolesalo .mil Itet.nl
Arlisls Jlalcriiils. Ticturcs, Frames
J n'tlli p rirtiilf f.l. ra-l. c-creen I'tc.
ii-tmiil ty Fit'iicli Clilnn forflecoiatliij.
1 orxtlilnsriii the lltifof AiUt- Mali rials U St
1 oi.i or Cbltueo piicei 'J lie only cicluMve rt
Muiulu tlirt,Ua il.ill Oidera l'tomptli iitteiulf 1
Ciuione n-K. ! lopliono ih
jzl xoirrir jtjix stueet.
The arguments drawn from physi
ology are favorable to vegetarianism.
The most reasonable nourishment, that
which is most favorable to the normal
work of our muscles, as also to that of
our brain and nervous system, is that
which contains little nitrogen, but
more of carbohydrates and fat. On the
other hand, the substances in which
albuminoids preponderate, when taken
up by our bodies, figure as useless or
even dangerous matter, fo- they have
a great tendency towards decompo
sition, and thej' thus dirturb the equi
librium of our organism and produce
disorder and disease.
llonanza Mackay says he is in no
sense a speculator."! doubt." he added,
"if I ever bought 10,000 shares in Wall
street in my life. I do not believe in
speculating." Thus quiet, modest man
of $20,000,000, who prefers tea and beef
steak tochampagneand terrapin, shuns
society with the same determination
that other les wealthy and popular
men seek it. II Ls wife is devoted to iu
It is an open secret that she spends in
London ST5.000 to $100,009 in entertain
ing her friends and the nobility. Mr.
Mackay is happy to supply the means
as long as his popular wife forgives
him for not participating in her gaye
ties. There is a stream in Colorado called
Picket Wire river and it derived its
name in this way: Years ago, when
the first gold fever drove men wild, a
party of Mexicans made their way up
the stream in search of the precious
metal. "Months passed, and when the
little band did not return their friends
mourned them as dead and called the
stream El Kio de !os Amnios Perdidoi
(theltiverof the Lot Souls. ) Soon a
French colony made :ts home on the
banks of the stream, whoe name was
freely translated into L Ihxrgatoire
Then came the American cmvloy. lie
saw the river, heard it name, and
tranihuing (?) it into hi own tongue
dubbed it Picket Wire river.
Hicks "The Khode Inland courts
have decided that the father has the
legal ngnt to name the bab-v. What
do you think of thatr Mrs. Hicks"! I
think Rhode Island is about the small
cut state in the union-' X. Y. Tusea.
. fs&in). a W&4S- 3
A "wTioelcd Vehicle TVWch, la Our rnd.
Would lie Called a Cnicycle The
aiinUtcr of State with His
We are all inclined to give ourselves
credit for originality in mechanical de
vices, writes Robert E. Pettit, of Phil
adelphia, in Good Roads, and among
other things the foundation principle
involved in the construction of a bi
cycle wc all suppose to be modern; at
least dating within the present cen
tury. A. few months ago, while on a tramp
through northwestern Korea, I spent
some time in Soel, the capital city.
This strange land of "Choson," as it is
called by the neighboring Japanese
and Chinese, is peopled by probably
the most conservative nation on our
globe. The country itself is called,
suggestively: "The Land of the Morn
ing Calm,'' and the people: "The Her
The peninsula of Korea occupies the
same relation, geographically, to Asia,
that Nova Scotia docs to North Amer
ica, and with very much the same cli
mate. The countr3 has been opened
to foreigners only since the recent data
of 18S2, and up to that time had been
totally uninfluenced by western civ
ilization; nor, indeed, have these con
ditions materially changed since that
The Koreans are of Tartar descent,
but totally different in every way from
the Japanese, who are their great ene
mies; and. although they pay tribute
to China, and have in past centuries
borrowed Chinese customs, they are
not at all like the modern Chinese.
They are so conservative that to-day
the dress and customs are not much
unlike those of two thousand years
From observation, and from inquiry
on the ground, I found that there was
but one form of wheeled vehicle for
passenger purposes used in the land,
although a crude affair was used for
freight purposes in connection with
their splendid mild-eyed brown bulls.
One day, on my way home from look
ing at the king's procession, I passed
4rc$' I Nk
STREET SCEXT3 IX KOREA MINISTER OF
STATE WITH HIS OFFICIAL RETINUE.
along the principal street of Soel,
which crosses the city of 230,000 in
habitants fom the northwest to the
Near the broad, intersecting avenue,
120 feet wide, which leads to the king's
palace, my attention was arrested by
hearing and seeing a great crowd of
white-robed men suddenly rush out of
a side street, shouting and gesticulat
ing in a frantic manner. They were
followed by another crowd of men with
the "Kasi" or big married men's hats
on their heads, tied by a ribbon under
their chins. In the midst of these fel
lows was a verj' strange-looking affair.
The men who went before were at
tendants of a minister of state.
They shouted for people to clear the
track. The officer was seated on the
Korean official wheel chair, and it was
He looked as if he realized the un
certain situation in which he was
placed, and while seated on the official
leopard's skin was certainly a victim of
the customs of his country.
We are apt to think that this coun
try and this modern age have all the
novelties of a mechanical and scientific
nature. We think our bicj-cles a new
idea, but here are the far-off Koreans,
whom wc have looked upon as bar
barous or semi-civil ied, whicli they
really are. who "go" us one better, be
cause they use but one wheel, an'' have
been using it for many centuri' -
Soap 311 no in Wyoming.
A soap mine, says the Nevada Trib
une, has been discovered in Wj-oraing,
with the bars about twenty feet thick.
The deposits are so obligingly plastic
that a little rubbing in water makes
the lather foam up for thy shaver, and
the housewife may have suds galore
for the family wahmg. Soapboilers
will still thrive if no more of this lib
erality of nature is picked by the miner.
Their industry is in far greater appre
ciation than that of pillmaking, its
only rival in the art of unceasing ad
vertising. Perhaps soap takes the lad
in the encouragement of the artist and
the poet, and pills in the stimulation
of historical narrative. The pleavure
of swallowing pilLs cannot be well
IJefore and After.
He tfeocgi: that '.ove aad E&rf.irs-
TVere the seise cr all bhss.
Asfl ts foorai a irfWtos aW:a
v.'jio agreed -s-Jth bta la this
Cut whea tfcr twala Tore vedfii-i.
Aud be beard tfcc !b scrssic
Ke fwd 3oistfe bapptaeH
An Srfdfcs: firefem.
0trc.lt Fr Pre&.
Not 5n Opr ration. j
"In this building," said the Chicago '
man. who was showing his gttest the
sights of the city, "is one of the largest
electric-lirht plants in the country, f
I'd like to show yoa our largest gas
works, but the city council isn't in &es-sion-"
A CmUIrrate Map.
Mr. Chnnly I hear joo arc going to
marry a rich widow. I& there any
truth in the rcmor?
3fr. Fewj&csdi Ve. I am doinc it
oat of consideraiion for my creditors.
I haves't the heart to e ihem suffer,
- -rf fef
iHIRTT yeara obaerration
millions of permon. permit
It i TitiqngtionaDly the Best reaieay for Infanta am Cailarea
the -world has ever known. It ia harmless. Children like it. It
Cirea them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have
something -crhich is nhsolntely safe and practically perfect aa a
Castaria destroys Worm.
Castoria allaya Feverishaess.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cnrd. J
Castoria onrea THarrhcaa and "Winn Colio.
Castoria relievea Teething Tronhlea.
Castoria cores Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria nentralixea the eafeots of carbonic acid gaa or peisonoaa aif.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
aainilftte.thefood.regnlate'i the stomach and howels,
t giving healthy and natnral aleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-sieJottleonly.ItJ.nnot sold intpnlk.
Don't allow anyjmejo sell yon anvthinglsjeonjhe plea or promise
that it ia "jamt aa good" and "will answer ev.ry pnrpose."
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-K-I-A.
signature of r
Children Cry for
DR. J. RUFUS TRYON.
The New Surjion General of the Unite
Dr. J. Rufus Tryon, who has recent
ly been appointed surgeon general of
the navy by President Cleveland, has a
most enviable official and professional
record. The fact that he was chosen
over the heads of fourteen of his
seniorB only emphasizes the gentle
man's eminent fitness for the posi
tion, says Harper's Weekly. Dr.
Tryon is a New-Yorker, a resident of
Coxsackic, which is his native town,
nnd is fifty-six j-cars old. He is a
thoroughly educated physician, boing a
graduate of Union college and of the
medical department of the University
of Penns3-lvania, and having studied
his profession some years abroad. In ad-
BUP.EON GENERAL J. RUFtT.H TRVON.
dition to this he had the advantage of
a practical experience as a surgeon
during the war of the rebellion,
through hich he served with the
greatest credit to himself, first in the
army and then in the navy. As naval
burgeon he was with Farragut until
the close of the war. and was in charge
of the JS'aval hospital at IVnsaoola,
where he looked after thojM. who had
been wounded in the great admiral's
fight in Mobile bay
Whatever Dr. Tryon has had to do
he has done well. There nevr has
been a time when he has not enjoyed
the confidence of his superiors He
hai been the hardest sort of a worker,
never shrinking from any tuBk which
was laid upon him
In the .Naval hospital at Iloston
after the c1om of the war, as assistant,
in the bureau of medicine and surgery
of the navy department from 16S to
1S70, on special service of the moi.t re
sponsible kind. Dr. Tryon has mt
every requirement of every position
which he hrfs filled. Neither the perils
of war nor the terrors of yellow fever,
which he f.-wied during his service at
JVnsacoia. had the slightftt powur to
turn him from the path of duty
In the y ar IVA he rprrsented the
navy at the international nvdiral con
gress which met at Cop"nhag-n. and
the prominence which this jrare hiin.
like way distinction he has won. vra
simply the result of hs4? own .V?rlin
qualities Of courv,. a man with u-h
a record could not fail to hare the
amplest testimony to hi. ability. P.
J. Hcrwitz, medical director o the
Unitea Stat.is navy, and ex-ehief of
the burean of medicine and aorgery of
the navy department, write." that, 'in
his opinion. Dr. Tryon i n6r con?
,peteni to fill the oik of chief of thf
ourgzu of nwrdicinc and surgery than
any other officer on the activ list of
the medical corps of the aary " This
is not extravagant praie. for Dr
Tryon has moved forward in hi pro
fession with the mot creditable
MRS. d. ELLEN FOSTER.
Krirf nf thr No'IartI4.a Womf Tn
It i fire yf ar sad more stsee Xr.
J. HHen Foster, of lawn, sprsag w iht
iztsaX Sa the rank of wornftts oratri
by her famous speech delivered before ,
the S. a T. U. awl afsnod met point
edly at Prances WJHartL
elCa. ITt-aT i- t Wist the
-5 --' jrSV. ,
of Ctori with tho ptroag of
h to apeak of it without arawiag.
is on every
tional Christian Temperance union to:
be a political organization. Mr. Fos-'
ter is a republican, herself, a jet black t
3. ELLK.V FOSTER.
dyed-in-tho-wool 'republican,.' Jind, '
such, she doe not wtnt the organiza
tion to tuke skies.
Miss WillaVd, on the other hand, says
that the organization, of which she
the leader, will go with any mun who
will promise to favor prohibition,
whether he bo democrat or republican.
Here is whrro the two lenders split
Each hasher own strong following.
During the" woman's congresR at Chi
cago, Mrs. Foster lectured evrry day
and twice a day and will remain in 4
Chicago all Mimmcr, delivering lectures
upon her pot toptct.
She is a handsome woman, a fivn
speaker, a powerful thinker and the
magnetic leader of a hallful of peop!v '
Miss Willurd, over In England, maj
well fear Mrs. Foster, who is at work,
Oled of Jflfvouelilnr.
Julius Lord, of Albany, N. Y., waV
seized three yeai-s ago with a violent
attack of hiccoughing. Tbcfi attaok
havo recurred at intervals, and a the
cane wai published Mr. Lord has re
ceived hundreds of lcttern from all
parte ot the United State suggesting
roinedic-s private reoip bing aant in
every maiL Despite this free advice
and all that physicians could do he ha
now died from hiccoughing, the cause
of which ii unacconntabl'-
In Japan. th Skku. or McuYr fitT
valn, in distinction from tho Mat.nrL
or religions festivals, orcur on the first
third, fifth, seventh nnd ninth dy of
the correipondmgly numbered months.
To the Jap.inw, the "sw Year festival
gwau-jlUn is nt far groatr impor
tance than to western people. Many
smpemtitiotis cTeinonl9S ir ronnetrl
with the celebration, Wglnning th
night before r.-ith the expulsion of tae
Xew Year devil, and the vario loton
lat till the mkldle nf the month. On
the third of March m the b'hin'wa-jntt
or Onna-no-ekka. the girii' foUvaJ
It eorretpond oniwat to oar Chrti
roas the girls being recipi'-au of nrtnr
pre--;nt; unA doll nnA all the mtuitc
appurtenances of doU-hoavj atwi rfol'
Jif form tbo eenUsr r'rtind which tbf
fttAtival re-votr-s. The parent taitt
the hveiiett interest m iMm itkM, en
tering into ail tb tavaaii with
the mett cotopkfte alwifldon. and for tho
tim being hrnor UeBel children
with the chUdrra - TVnrwtU
Wkrr Onr Wlilt tttf (,ntr from.
The whtt- pi-sappJjr i this ttmntry
tandA in the rtatr tti Mieidfan. WW
eonsin and iia-ta, ihn pbw forest
of Maim-, northrrn $ York and
PezmajtraiM hm.nit tea loajf 4se
b3UfftaUj 'ept a way. Tkk tiwtbef
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