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"THE MMON DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAN. 3, .1007 .,
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THE GREATEST CURE
.. . , GUARANTEED CURE FOR
Croup, Whooping- Cough, Bronchitis, La Grippe,
Quinsy, Hoarseness, Hemorrhage of the Lungs,
Weakness of the Lungs, Asthma and
all diseases of
THROAT, LUNGS AN0 CHEST
Eleven years ago Dr. King's .New Discovery permanently cured
mo of a severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble, and I've
(been a well man ever since. G. O. Floyd, Merchant, Kershaw, S. C.
SOLO AND GUARANTEED 1Y
Mra- Harlan .Smith, oL Paik stroet,
fold Mm. John llnnby,. or Wood
slreot wore today calling on Mrs.
Um3 ncild, of Olncv AyoniiP, wlio
h'aV'been lek for tho nist throo
' THE LEWIS GROCERY.
Canned Fiah, Flnlon Haddock
preserved Bloaters, Herring
In tomato Sauce, Fresh Her-ring,-
20c can, Brook Trout,
Boiled Mackerel, Frcah Mack
oral 20c can, Boneless Hor-
ring. Nearly. a dofcon differ
ent kinds of Bardincn from Gc
to 30c n can. x
Also soft shell crabs, clams,
Shrimp, Lobster, Salmon from
10c to 00c for nteak. Codfish
all prices,- Mackeral and Hol
f i ... .in. .1 . - .
T. Lewis & Co.
Nj Main St. Opp. Court House
WINTER TOURIsr FARES
Fforida and South
Ask'nbout thcac cxcurMomi anil
, Interchangeable Mileage
Exchange Orders nnd
.Consult flM". KNATKIl at Mnrlon, Ohio
HAVE YOU THE RIGHT TIME?
Unless your, wntcji hns been thoroughly' eleanod and oiled with
in 'eiRhtcen months, it can't ho absolutely depended upon.
Tiny pnrlicli of jjrit avo bom 1 In oik into Iho movement, nnd
unless venipvOd willsservo to p;rind and 'cut tho delicately ndjuslcd
vpur, method of cleaning insures thoroughness. Tho movomont is
tnkennpart, each piero is cleaned si'pnrntoly anil when 'you jjol youi
watch back, H's in as ooiT eondilioii us when il loft tho factory.
SOUTH MAIN." ' NEAR COUNTY BANK
-p: TTTBTninniiiiiiMiiww mn iiiim iiwiiimiimiii ii
JWB LOAN money on hbuoohohP
t WE JjOAN you on your plain
,WE LOAN choapor than any
bankers red t&pe. No dolay. You not tho money on ah hour's
notica. Strict privacy. Open Monday and .Saturday evenings.
MARION CHATTEL LOAN COMPANY
t 431 1-2 EatOonter St. , OiHson'sPJumo 980ff
rj - '.mwm
Wall Street Hears He has
iieen Ousted Because of His
Love for Mabelje Gillman
the Actress. .
New Yoik, .hin .11. -Wall --licet
tiyby heard Unit William l' Corey
piot-ident.of tin) United, Stales steel
eotpor.iliou, vil piobnbly lose his
position with ''tlio accompanyini;
salai.v of :.H)IMHI0 n jour, ns tho re
sult, V.f his inl'ii(t!ati.in for Mubollo
(lilhnaii, tin1 nulrcss.
Tho report in Mho street today
;n that I'cpcy lias aliuady heeil de
posed and Alva (,. .Diukcy, head of
tho Cunipjjio cnir.'jiauy' ill l'illsburj,',
is spol.cn of tu Cotoy's successor.
Charles M. jSchwnh eiedited with
hnijij: led tho movement to do away
with Co joy as the. head of the steel
titist. . ' '
FIGHT EOR EMPLOYES x
V:isIiiti;tnii, .Tan. It. President
Wooevelt trulny, after a eiuferenee
with A Homey (leneral lloueparje
and Secretary of Coiumereo and
Lahrr, Slrau.'-s, nnnouiieed that, he
would iuslruel this deiiarlmenl of
jiHtiro o fijjht fur the e(unl.itulion
ality it' li1" employers liability law
to the l:sL ilileli.
..The net was declared unriiiistilu
liimal by the federal' courts of
Iveit'iicky nud Tenne-ee. The
Pi evident is mainly nsponsihle for
thfc passajje of Hie net.
Mrs. Jloso Iledd, of Olnoy Avonuo,
who has been 111 for the past thico
weeks Is slightly Improyd.
1I1N you Uiink of insurance think of us.
.Possibly vc can relluou 3'our present vato
by removing the existing ha.artl.
livery policy ljecives careful and in
dividual attention here. n" ,
AVe examine polcies free of charge.
REDW. PETERS, 7
No. i() South Main Strecrj
- ftoods and all perRbhil 'property.
nolo if omploycd hy a roliablo
other company in tho stato. No
f BE PEOPLE
Will Fight a Mighty Battle
at Albany Says Leaders of
Both Parties at
W'lshliifsldn, Jam n. Clreat cor
xrato anil political Influence will le
linuiRlit to boar to defeat tho rail.
Icnl leforms, rceoMinoitited by Gov
ernor I Inches, In his mcsf.tfio to the
Now York Icgl.ilntiuc. Icailurs of
both parlies lioro predict that Al
bany will become tho battle ground
Whore tho trusts will make a Arm
Rtnnuvto defeat the proposed reforms.
1'reMiIent Itooscveli feols tint vict
ory for tho trusts, at Albany, spella
defeat for reforms In otlior states
and alt hough tho president Is not
openly active In nhlliiK Iluglioa, It Is
neiiovpii no win mako it kiiowu mat
ho strongly favors tho reeommomla
tlons. FOHARER expected to
RENEW ATTACK TODAY
Wanhlncton, Jan. .3. When the
senate reassembled today nfler the
holiday recess, nearly every snatoi
wan In his sat and thonallorlcs worn
erowdod. Interest was shown In
tho proceedings beeaiivo It Is tho
general belief Koraker will ronow his
'ittaeks on tho president because of
the niownsvlllo affair. The Iioiims con
vened at neon and ndjourued at
John Crowe, of Crestline, is the
fiicst of relaijveu in this city.
A-.- II. Leo of Woosler is ti guest
of fiieiids in this cily.
Miss Hilda Darbernnn left today for
Sidney, Ohio, where she will spend
soveral days as a gueit of friends.
Jlr.r. C). T. Hwing and daugh
ter I'reda lelt today fur n visit
with friends in tlallipolis, Ohio.
3va. .Iame) Woodinauscu of West
Center sheet is eontiiied to her
homo by illness.
Airs. Ailam Bauer and two child
ren are visiting in liueyrus 'ind
Mlnscs Stella Ditseh and Anna
Schocidaiib havo returned 'fi'oiu a hol
iday visit with friends In Sponeor
vlllo. Henry ICraner left, this morning
for Ohiingo iwhem he will take u
i'ouie in (Miilialniing in a well
known civMejjo of that city.
MV :1ml AIis. .hitch Litlwitz
of Dayton are guests ut the Ji.nne
of .Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Litlwitz
of Mast (ler.ige till eel.
Mis. P. A. lluuks and son,
.Mamfieil, returiieil home fru'ni (iral'
tni, Ohio, I'W'edneiiil.iy evening
whcu Ihey had been visiting for
ever.il days as guests of Mr. and
Mis. I'Vod Dodder of that town.
Major White and Hnsigu ljiuklo
oT (iliinihus will conduct, sjiceial
meetings at tho Salvation Army
Hall on .South .Main olroet Friday
evening. Everybody is invited lo al
Rlajer Kvollno Dec- directress of tho
Ml. St. Joseph academy, at Clneln.
iiatl, left yesterday to resiuno her
duties after spending a week with
relallve In the. city. She was nc.
companlod by Miss Virginia Tyner,
who will enter pio academy
Tho funeral of John AVebcr Rr. will
bo conducted tiom tho home of Wil
liam Weber at 110 South Windsor
street, Friday afternoon at l:3 o'clock
Intormont will follow 111 .Marlon rem.
At n witll attended meeting of tho
Si'iid-iy School leaelieiu of-Snhvni'rf
Mvmignlw'al church held Wednesday
nijjht, the legular vtuitiue business
was transacted mini, arraiigciiienls
made for electing officers it! a
mlle-d mic-ting to bo held Friday
A suhurlmn resident uiifelgnedly do
tested his' neighbor, u doelor, for keep
lug' roving nud destructive chickens.
Oiui night tho man was taken suddenly
111 nnd, utmliist his wsli, had to cull In
the listed pliyslchiu.
'Tho dot'tor prescribed sonio very
powerful pills and warned his patient
hat as soon us relief was obtained to
throw nyray tho medicine, ns It oiidim
gerod tho lives of curious and meddling
Next morning iho physician ngalu
called, and tho patient exclaimed grate,
fuily, "Doctor, I'm feenng much bet.
tor and have thrown nwuy the pills."
"Yes, eonfouiul you," grunted lliu
doctor sorrowfully, "you throw them
out of ho window nud Killed two of
my Plymouth Itoelts and ono prlro
Winning Wyandotte." Philadelphia
Lei'.fc'or. " '
trusts and inolibjiblios woilld never lmvc grown
to bo n immnco'to tlio velfnre of this country if they
linil been denied preferential treatinont by tlio rail
roads. Tho rnilroatb said: "There is law enough. v Wo
lmvo ceased to give rebates, anyway ." The statement
was inconsistent, to cny tho least. After a tinio I
concluded tiiat tho railroads-were right na to there
being law enough nnd wrong when they declared that rebates had stop
ped. Subsequent events confirmed my conclusions.-
Tlidro linvo been 90 cnsc3 brought ngninst railroads, persons nnd
corporations under the interstate commerce law since Sir. Itoosovclt be
enmo president",,' G.1 of which nro under Dip Elkius act.
Fines amounting to more than $3."i0,O0U have been levied, nnd in two
instances sentences of imprisonment were imposed. So far J3!J persons
nnd corporations have been convicted.
At my suggestion tho law was chnnged so that tlio courts might send
rnilroad officers to jail.
However, 1 do not bulinvc that n money fine is a light or incffctunl
method of punishment. Hut tho world takes that view. "What," it
nsk'9, "do the ollicers of a railroad care if they nro made to pay $10,000?
They have plenty of money." They caro a great deal. Usually, they
nro conspicuous nien in business and society and oven tho church. They
nro called into court, convicted of breaking tlio law, and lined like u cub
prit before a police magistrate. Don't toll mo they nro indifferent to
such shame and to such a stigma. Thuy wear tho brand the rest of tlHr
lives nnd nro buried with it. Hut, even so, a day in jail is better still.
Imprisonment not only mnkes the penally more drastic, but it satisfies
public opinion, nnd, better than all, it is n powerful deterrent.
toman 'b Stogalfg
By MRS. LEONARD MARSHALL.
Uer prodigal son, loved
beyond nil others; licr scamp pf a brother, for ninny are the girls who
havo shielded their brothers from paternal anger, and unconsciously aided
nnd abolied them in wrong-doing. A woman's loyalty is a question of
sex. When she takes up a political cause, bo suro that cause represents
a innn a king, niiiybe, or tlio chief of n band of robbers, but he is her
ideal for thu time being. Loyally to Iho best beloved is a matter of
To the man she loves she will sacrifice everything. Honor, loyalty,
truth she will learn Hint which is most foreign lo her nature the
secret of golden silence, more potent than speech and become absolutely
fearless when danger is nigh. The Wussiaus are clever in having utilized
women in all their political movements. They know that women un
di'ilho guidance of a man will work wonders. From .Jeanne d'Arc to
Flora 31 ue Donald wo have no dearth of loyal heroines who risked Iheir
lives for thu men they pinned their faith to and Iho cause they had at
Oaribaldi's wife, and in our own days Lucie Dreyfus, are undying
examples of loyalty.
Napoleon's heroines, froiiiTosephine lo Ticlilollo, wcro all enthralled
hy a great man's magnetic personality. Ooelhe's old ago was brightened
by thu spring-like sweetness of Iho youthful Heliina. It is this very
abandon and ardor of self-saerilieo that makes a woman untrue to herself
and disloyal to all but ono: yet Iho more lovable witliall for her very frail
ties. Women are, I grieve lo statu, rarely loyal to each other.
There nro cases of devoted feininino friendships, but they represent a
truce an armed neutrality. If a man Intervenes, that friendship may
tiyn suddenly to arr active hatred, funned by the fiery breath of jealousy.
A man might givo up the woman lie
rifice would be impossible to n woman. Love absorbs every faculty of
her, being, blinding her lo right and wrong. Xot one woman out of 20
will willingly praiso another. It is always: "Sh is pretty, but what
a pity shu has such a bad figure," or something to that effect.
l0itlit Ufa Sauteli
By DR, JULIUS DRINKER.,
Professor nr Nervous and Mental lllieascs,
Post Graduate Medical School.
man chooses his slock. Like begets like, and the nervous system bows
(o tho law of nil life thu htw of heredity: tho law that governs your
life, and mine. If wo nro bundles of unstnblo norves nnd abnormal sus
ceptibilities it is but little trouble to traco (ho cause back to our forefa
thers. .Tho youth of to-day should bo educated nnd compelled to choose
his mala in tho way that line horses nnd cattlo tiro chosen. When a
mnn conies to marrying lie should choose Ids wifu in thu same way that
fiho chooses a new dress.
Lovo is a wonderful (Iiing. Ts is a hallucination, an illusion pro
vided by nature to cause men and women to iiintu and to procrcatu the
species. But, lovo should bu thrust in the background nnd relegated to
the scrap heap of worn-out adages if tho health and security of poster
ity is to bo' taken into consideration. Do not havo your children af
flicted with the evils that havo been inflicted upon you. Stop' falling
in lovo with a pretty face, nud get a wife who is healthy and will rear
strong nnd wholcsoinu childrui. '
If thoro should bo a'law passed in this country by which men and
women would be compelled to undergo physical ovaiuinatious and have
tho physical records 'of their ancestors investigated beforu a marriage
would bu allowed it would bo tho best thing thai could possibly happen.
If it were possiblejllmt lilts law could' by passed hundreds of diseases,
ailments and ills would bo eradicated
mt tl SntstiPi
the United Stite.
Every woman is loyal
to a man I This is not
necessarily the man she
loves. Ho may bo a
friend, a chum, u hero
she worships, an actor, a
curale, or n soldier,
some peg on which to
hang her soul's emotions !
loved to his friend, but such a sac
If the people of Amer
ica would keep tho coin
ing generations from in
habiting mad-houses they
should abolish in
forget that hallucination
called love, and choose
their life partners on tho
S3 Hnino principle that a
from tho race,,
Same Principle, 01 Court.
"tlrcat Scottl What's that sfco'a
wouiIdr?" exclaimed tha bachelor in
an tip .'o-dnte spring girl boarded tho
car nnd sat two seats ahnad. "It looka
llko n but It can't he," ho wont on,
"I know It dnon," cpla4noil his map
rled friend, "but It. Isn't. It's tho
latest thing to hold up tho Inns
gloves. My wife haS three pairs, made
of clastic ribbon and what not, with
hunches of Huff besldos. Sanio prlu
clple, of course. They call 'cm arm
"Jinks Is a smart fellow."
"Smart 'nothing. Ho Just mnrrled
millionaire's daughter, that's all."
"That's all? Did you ever try tc
marry a inllUonnlio'a daughter!"-'
Daily Market Report
Kait f!ulTalo, N. V., Jon. 3. Cnt
tle None on sale. Market steady.
Veal calves -Ilo-elnta 100 head:
market active, 1-lc hlhcr. Top veals
9. fin ? 0.75; fair to good 8.50 ?
0.25; llqht veals 7 ti .2i"; heavy
cahos ."..fin fi.CO.
Sheen and Iambs Itoeclpts 4.000;
market sleadv. trade fair. Choice
Iambi' 7.sr,' 8; cull o fair 5.7!",
7.75- vcarllnec! fi.25 Si 0.85: wetheni
5.10 r 5.75; owes 'Ii ffp 5.25; mixed
sheep 5 w 5.50; cull sheep 3 y
Hoirs IteeeiiilH 3 100: mnrkct act.
Ivo, 10 (fji 15c higher. Yorkoru 0 75;
olen CfiO: hnnvv mill lilKed i:r.ldei.
C.75 ib fi.80; roiiKhs 5.75 5 C; atas
1.50 W 5.50.
UNION STOCK YARDS. ..
Union Stock arils, Ills., Jan. 3.
Cattle HC'eipts li,500 otlniuled Tor
Friday II.OOO; market beat stioiiK.
others steady; prime beeves 0.10 5f
7.20; poor to medium 1.15 5. SO;
Miockers nnd feeders 2. fill 6 1.05;
rows and heifers 2.70 (f? I.U0; can.
ners 1.50 Jp 2.05; westerns If. 50 0)
5.10; Texans 1 ft I. CO.
IlOKS-Hrcelpts 22000; estimated for
Friday 20,000; market opened 5 (P
10c higher; Hi;ht 0.15 (Tt 0.15; touch
fi.15 ii C.25; mixed (I.JIO dt 0.17
1-2; heay (i.li) df 0.50; plg 5.00 8
Sheep Receipts 11,000; ertlniated
foe Friday 8,000; market dull; native
sheep a. 25 Tv 5.70; western aheap,
3.50 0 5.0(1; native lambs 4X1) ft
7.7C; western .lambs 1.50,(01 7.05.
Cleveland, Jan. 3. Ilogn Higher.
rtccciptfi 10. Shipments 1.000. York.
era, mediums and heavies 0.55; best
Cal 05 .Steady.
Sheej) and lainha S'p.idy. ttcclpt8
Cattle -Active. Ilecelpto tl cira.
Plttsliurii. Pa.. Jan. 3. Cattle
Supply light; market steady. Choice,
0 (fi) 0.25; prlino 5. CO 6 5. 85; good
5.25 6V 5.50; tidy butcher 1.05 Q
5.20; fnlr 1.20 (Tv 1.00; common 3.50
QV I; ulioire lieifers 1.25 (Tfi 4.50;
.'oniiuon to fair heifers 2."o (fv I;
linlln 2.50 Cfi ; rat cown 2 (fp 1: imod
fresh cowh and sprlngera ?25 (if ?50;
counnoii to fat' $10 & $30.
Kheop and lnuihHHStiimJr llirlit.
market flrni; prime wethers 5.1.0 ff
5.S5; good mixed 5.25 (fi) 5.50: fair
mixed 1.75 (fj) 5.20: culls and com
mon 2 W 3; lambs 5.50 (ft 8.10; veal
calves 8.50 dp 'J; heavy ufid thin
1.1)0 W 5.50.
Hogs Receipts 20 doubleilecks;
market active Prime heavv 0.01):
medium and heavy yorkorn 0.05 tf
0.07 1-2; light yorkorn and pig. 0.07
1- 6(' l.. ill; roughs 5 ifi 5. SO; staga
1 (fP 1.75.
OliieaM, dan. .'I, Wheat-7-S (?
1c lower; May 'sold between 7."i fi-S
and 711 fcS, i poiihijr al 7(1 l-'Jand
closing at 7."i ;i-l. .Inly belueen 7f
1-4 and 7(1 1-H, opening; al 7(i and
eliviniv at 75 1-1, No. 1 red win
ter 72 1-2.
Fifty loads rcpirled taken at
New Yoik and outpo'.ts.
Corn 1-S (i? 1-lc off hi uuchaug
nl; May sold belwoen -l.'l ;i-S and
III fi-8, opeuins: at -l.'l l-'J and cln
injr at III 1-2; July between 111 7-S
ami 11, opening nl'fl and elosiuir at
lit 7-S; No. .'I jellow II!) 1-2 (o '!.T
Onts-l-S (i) -Ip low.ir; lay sol"
l.etwien ltd and III! I-1, np'-niii' al
:i(i 1-1 and clnsinu at .hi l-l, Juix'
between X) 1-1 aiu '!'' i'-S, openiiijj
al .'l.'l 1-2 and cln-jim: at 111 :t-s;
N.. 2 while :i."i 1-2 and '!(i 1-1.
l'roisions-2 1-2 f,,i 7 l-2 iii.-h-r.
May prinli'fls nngc'i I nk '.iK!0
and l(l'.7."i; lard 'l.-.tl and M f-."i;
ribs i) (ifi 11.07 l-r.
xChlcnRo, Jan. 3. -Hutter F.xtias In
eroamery 31 .
Kg5s l."roli at mark 21 Iff 23.
ChccMi-Twlns 13 10.
I.lvo 'poultry .Tnrkeyn 10 GV II:
ehlekons in 1-2: spring 10; iluckn 11;
geeso $5 5? $7.50 per dozen.
NEW YORK PRODUfJE,
Now York .Inn. 3. KgRS-ItPcolpts
10,053; modorato dnninudj neirby
whlto fancy 35 (fj 3C; dp ox Ira mixed
30; westorn finest 27; do finds 20;
E6utheru 23 2C,
OF COURSE IT IS
Isn'j it rather looljsh to"
allow a house to stand
idle in this city wlun
there is a real scarcity
oi (lcsirahlo places, n nil
renters are watching
THE MIRROR WANT ADS
WANTRD-A hired man on a diary.
Clood wanes. V. M. Warner.
WANTHn-Manaser for brancii office,
wo whh to locate, hero In Marlon.
Addrcsn with references, The Mor
ris Wholesale I.ouae. Cincinnati.
MKN AND nOYS-J'liimblntr or Ilrlek
luyliiK Tiaile pay- $5 to $S per day;
we teach jnti by practical Infitrtic
tlniiFi In " inontln; position RiKirau
lecil; free catnionun. COyno Trndo
School, 1975, Hasten Avo., St.
Louhd Mo. 12-5.tt
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU
Many nifn fait lo micrrcil through lack of nitiorlu-nit)-.
Mr lack thntlulil mtnlinil liimilriU,r l.lxli
glloniioTluiilUr9iioviiiibnrlllit. Mvluve Kxeiu-thi-.eicrlCHl,
Ti'Llmlrnl nii'l tialrsiiiaii vuillonii lay
InK rrcin II.IUH lo '.,u Ua r wlilcl mn.t Ui Illte.I at
onco. J f u m ant tu In Ui r our muJItluii riu for
1A11 uli'l tauklct. Olllci a In larltlta.
HAPUOODS (Inc.), lira In Brokers
633, Williamson Illdr;., Cleveland,
72C Park Hldg.. Pittsburg.
ANY IT.IISON who wishes to hava
constructed a stone or cement nlde
walkj sewers, cellar floors, or eel
la. s iIuk, pleaso call II. W. Mann,
2 on (III Citizens Phono.
FOR SAI.H My monVrn home at 137
S. .laincM Htieot. 8 rooms and
bath, hot water, heat. Fruit,
chicken house nnd park, 150 bid'.'
cistern. C. 1. Phelps. 11-21-tC
Blejcle; almost new;
then, gas stove, boat
Call, now phono 1GUS.
FOR RIJNT-Rooin over our utoro
IflxDO feet. Ohio Decoiatlng Co. '
FOUND A bunch of four keys, tied
'with a leather string. Call nt thh
WANTUD Translor niul eitonigu work
of all kind. Now clean otoro room
at reasonable i.itcs. M. L. Paddoel:,
Oak atreut. tu&th
AnCTIONHRUINn-J. W. Clark
will cry sales of every description
nt le.iKonnble rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Is my
Interest. Office looms, Court street.
Holh phones, Mnrlon Ohio.
HUSINES3 "Kasson" Pjopurtjr
$20,000.00. Gillson Gmhor $7,000
four squares from the Court House,
DWELLINGS Houso and lot
$1,800.00; honso and 3 lots $3,000.
00; houso and lot $0,000,
00; house and lot $30,000.00; houso
00; houso and lot $3,000.00; houso
house and lot and ham $2,800. 00J
house ami lot $3,300.00; houso and
lot $1,300.00; Lcador St., houso
and lot $1,000.00; houso ami lot
$5,000.00; houso and barn and lot
$2,000.00; houso and lot $2,250.00!
Center Rtrcct $1,000.00; house and
lot and barn $3,000.00, v .1
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO;
Prof. Frederic Berrvinaii,
l UAU1UN i
Toachor of Voice and
Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vino
DR. C. G. SMITH,
Office nnd restdenco C34 Wet. Cob
tar. Office houra 7:30 to 10:30 a.ia.,
2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Citizens plJono 418
Bpclalist on diseases of children..
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