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AVfegetable Preparation for As
similating the Food andEegula
Ung the Stomachs andBowels of
ness andltest.Contains neither
Not "Nauc otic.
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
Tlon . Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
Tac Simile Signature of
JAMES J, JEFFRIES
COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Easily Disposes of Jack Monroe in
VERDICT NEVER IN DOUBT
I Bears the
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER.
I With a. Terrific Svrinvr on the Jan
the Marly Boy Prum Butte
Went Down and Out in
San Francisco. 2t. Like the
veriest amateur ia the Drize rine. Jack
Monroe, of Butte. Mo"M.. went down
and out before Champion James J. Jef
fries Friday night in the second round.
The man from the mining district made
such an extremely sorry showing that
the great throng in Mechanics' Pavilion
roundly hooted him as he protested to
Referee Graney against the decision
that had been eiven in favor of Jef
The two giants had Hot been in the
ring two minutes when it'vas foreseen
that the aspirations of Monroe would
be quickly disposed of.
The miner was scared and awkward.
and Jeffries, in the first round, had
his twice on the canvas taking the
count. Jeffries directed his bombard
ment against the stomach of his' op-
u-j-i t-i u rasa 3k is n ta h fj tn tin
THC OEMTAUR COMPANY. NCWTOOK CITY.
Henry the Eighth.
The following is attributed by an
English newspaper to a public school
toy: "King Henry VIII was the
greatest widower that ever lived. He
was born at Anno Domini In the year
10G6, He had five hundred and ten
wives, besides children. The first was
beheaded and afterwards executed.
1'he second was revoked. She never
smiled again, but she said the word
Calais' would be found written on her
heart after her death. The greatest
man in this reign was Lord Sir Gar
ret Wolsey. He was surnamed Th3
'Boy Bachelor,' being bom at the ;i?e
of fifteen unmarried. He afterward
paid had he served his wife as dili
Etntly as he served the King she
would not have deprived him of his
gray hairs. In this reign the Bible
vas translated into Latin by Titus
Oates, v.ho was ordered by the King
to be chained up in the church for
Ereater.-gfecurity. It was also in his
ff-ign that the Duke of Wellington
d.tcovered America and invented
curfew bell to prevent fires, most all
of the houses being built of timber.
Henry VIII was succeeded on the
throne by his great grandmother, the
beautiful and accomplished. Mary
Queen of Scots, sometimes known as
'The Lady of the Lake,' or 'Lay of tb.3
Last Minstrel. He died Tn bed in the
last year of his age."
"Stranger," said Alkali Ike, tower
ing above the little man and speaking
in an awful voice, "I hev kilt my man.
I hev kilt sixteen galoots durin' me
The stranger bent a contemptuous
look upon the ferocious bad man.
"Sir," he exclaimed, "fade away. I
am a New York steamboat inspector."
FEAR BEING BURIED ALIVE.
People of All Ages Have Made Pro
vision Against Such. Dreaded
The Last Man.
It being ascertained that there w?.s
In the whole country a citizen in hid
ing who had boasted in an idle mo
ment that he had never applied for
a pension, a body of patriots started
cut in search of him.
When finally apprehended, the man
appeared dogged and defiant.
"I am the possessor," he declared,
"of a robust constitution, and none
of my ancestors, so far as I know,
ever took part in the War of the Re
bellion. Why should I rob the public
"And is this," exclained the head
of the party, "your only excuse?
Have you no regard, sir, for the" cus
loms and traditions of your sacred
land? Don't you know that for years
every lawyer and every political parly
In the country, from motives : pure
patriotism, has labored to get every
man. woman an 1 child on the jension
The culprit hung his head in shan.e
ns the full enormity of hla vjfense
burst upon him.
" Now, that I recall the fact," he ob
served with a cunning smile, "my
third great-aunt on my mother's side
had a stepfather who caught the grip
while shingling a house on the out
skirts of the battle of Gettysburg."
"We thought as much," exclaimed
the crowd triumphantly, hurrying him
on to Washington. Smart Set.
EA-ery now and then we run across
people who have a morbid fear of be
ing buried alive. They have cautioned
their friends about the matter. Thej
must not be buried until a certain num
ber of days after they die, says Medical
Talk. Numerous tests must be ap
plied to make sure that they are really
dead. They seem to have a constant
fear that they are going to be burled
They have doubtless read all sorts ol
grewsome tales about the resurrection
of persons who have been buried alive.
There are many of these stories afloat,
but the truth of the matter is they are
largely made up of superstition and
vague rumors, there beine: few If nnv
of them, that are well-authenticated.
The physician Is quick to detect any
sign of life; and there Is very little dan
ger of being buried while yet alive.
Just recently, in the death of Miss
Francis Power Cobbe. there has been n
demonstration of this morbid fear of be
ing buried alive. So great was her
solicitude that in her will she directs
her medical attendant to cut the arteries
of the neck and windpipe in such a man
ner that it will almost pntirplv cm-o
the head from the body. In order to
make quite sure that this will be done,
she makes the penalty of disobedience
to be the invalidation of her will.
This is a fear that has been handed
down through the ages. At one time,
in Germany, and other countries, rooms
were established in which dead bodies
were placed, and fastened to the hand of
each was a bell rope. Then if the sup
posed dead person were not really dead,
and should make any movement, the
rope would be pulled and the bell would
ring. But the bell was never heard to
It is true there have been numerous
cases where people have been sumiosed
to be dead, but were resuscitated before
burial, but the signs of life are so well
known, and the evidences of death so
unmistakable that there is little if any
danger of being buried alive.
Doan's Kidney Pills Brought Strength and
ueaiui to the suaerer, Making Hitn
Peel Twenty-Five Years Younger.
Jm B. Corton. farmer and lumberman.
of Deppe, N.
C, says: "I
mifZ-n years witU my
UJi Li back. It was
so bad that I
kiU--wt,WA could not walk
HlW4m any distance
nor even ride
in easy buggy.
I do not believe
I could have
j. b. cobton. pon'nds of
weight from the ground, the pain was
so severe. This was my condition when
1 began using Doan's Kidney Pills.
They quickly relieved me and now I am
never troubled as I was. My back is
strong- and I can walk or ride a long
distance and feel just as strong as I did
twenty-five years ago. I think so much
of Doan's Kidney Pills that I have
given a supply of the remedy to some
of my neighbors and they have also
iouna gooa results. If you can sift
anything from this rambling note that
will be of any service to you, or to
anyone suffering from kidney trouble,
you are at liberty to do so."
A TRIAL FREE Address Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price, 50 cents.
SLEEP BEFORE MIDNIGHT.
Three Good Hours at That Time Helps
Wonderfully to Brighten
We Are All in the Apprentice Class.
When a simple change of diet brings
back health and happiness the story is
briefly told. A lady of Springfield, III.,
says: "After being afflicted for years
with nervousness and heart trouble, I
received a shock four j-ears ago that
left me In such a condition that my
life was despaired of. I could get no
relief from doctors nor from the num
berless heart and nerve medicines I
tried because I didn't know that the
coffee was daily putting me back more
than the Drs. could put me ahead.
"Finally at the request of a friend I
left off coffee and began the use of
Postum and against my convictions I
gradually improved in health until for
the past 6 or 8 months I have been
entrrely free from nervousness -and
those terrible sinking, weakening
spells of heart trouble.
"My troubles all came from the use
of coffee which I drunk from childhood
and yet they disappeared when I quit
coffee and took up the use of Postum."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Many people marvel at the effects of
leaving off coffee and drinking Postum
but there is nothing marvelous about
it only common sense.
Coffee is a destroyer Postum is a
rebiilder. That's the reason.
Look in -ach pkg. for the famous lit
tle book, "The Road to WelMlle."
Spanish peasants believe that the
water in which a wedding ring has
been dipped will cure weak eyes.
THE EVOLUTION OF
(1) When little Reggie saw the cook
hang out the tiger-skin rusr. he
thought there was a chance for a bit
ponent, and each shot was followed by
a blow on the jaw that sent Monroe to
his knees. Jeffries went back to his
corner after the opening round with
a sneer and a laugh on his swarthy
face, while Monroe's seconds busied
themselves with smelling salts and
restoratives. When the two came to
gether for the second round, the laugh
on the champion's visage changed to
a look of determination that boded ill
to the miner.
torrr.-nve seconds -after the gong
sounded, Monroe was lying on the
floor, a bloody, brused mass of humani
ty, with Jeffries standing over h-im,
ready, if necessary, to put the auietua
on the championship ambitions of his
adversary. The miner was too dazed
to rise to his feet, and timekeepers
counted him out, but the husky man
from Southern California did not un
derstand Aat the victory was already
his, nor could Monroe realize that his
pugilistic star had so early set, and the
two men in a moment or two were fac
ing one another, and Jeffries landed a
terrific blow on the jaw of his stag
gering opponent. It was at this time
that Graney came forward and ordered
Jenries away, telling him that the fight
was ended in his favor. Monroe tot
tered to his corner with blood steaming
from his face and fell into his chair,
dazed and helpless. His seconds imme
diately began working on him to fresh
en him, and' when he came to a reali
zation that the fight had gone against
him he rose, and going over to Referee
Graney began to protest. The huge
crowd understood that from his pro
testing, gesticulations, etc.. the purport
of his talk to Graney, and a mighty
volume of jeering and bissins evi
denced the sentiment of the spectators,
many of whom had placed money on.
the miner that he would stay at least
double the number of rounds before the
champion. From the time the bell
rang for the commencement of battle,
to the time that the count of ten had
been uttered 'against Monroe, only four
minutes and 4o seconds has elapsed.
The first demonstrated, if nothing else,
that the world has yet to produce a
pugilist who will displace James J.
Jeffries as champion of the world.
Jeffries did not extend himself at any
time of the short contest, nor did he
deliver a blow that required the full
stretch of his powerful arm The shots
that sent the miner down were a short
arm variety that found easy lodgment
on the jaw of the man from Butte, but
there must have been terrific impact
behind them, which was shown by the
way the 200 pounds of flesh went down
with a dull thud, v
How many a young man and woman
Idle away the hours before midnight,
caring and thinking naught of the mor
row, which they will enter about eight
or nine o'clock with benumbed senses,
listless eyes, and gray-hued features,
says Medical Talk for the Home.
On the other hand, a few of our young
folks deem it absolutely necessary to
have at least three hours of good, sound
sleep' before the clock strikes the hour
of midnight, in order to continue their
daily vocations in an earnest and thor
oughly capable manner.
When the morning comes, and the sun
peeps his glowing and ruddy visage o'er
tne nonzon, he comes face to face with
nature's own creatures, as bright-faced
as his own sunshiny countenance. Eyes
are bright and flashing with the true
sparkle of health, cheeks are glowing
like full-blown roses, and, to cap all these
desirable features, a mind of unparal
leled clearness and ability.
I have always retired at nine, unless
something of a very urgent nature pre
sented itself and compelled my remain
ing up until a later hour. And, mean
while, many of my numerous acnnaiTit-
ances laughingly chide me for the unheard-of
proposition of retiring at nine.
"Why! '-they will exclaim, "what's the
use of my going to bed so early? I never
think of doing so until nearly 11 or 12?"
The answer is simple enoueh: v-hn
ucai morning comes, I am dressed and
ready an hour before breakfast time. I
devote this extra hour to some good'in-
birucuve dooK, while my chidingfriends
will rise languidly from their beds just
as the breakfast bell Is ringing, bemoan
ing the fates because they are obliged
to rise so early.
I shall conclude my sermon on sleep
by my favorite maxim:
"Karly to bed and early to rise
Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise."
BITS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.
Items of Information Which Will Be
of Value on Various
After a Bargain.
It was evident, says the New York
Press, that she was troubled.
"I think I prefer this," she said, in
dicating a roll of cloth on the coun
ter. "You say it has been marked
down from 12 to 10 cents a yard?"
"Yes, ma'am," replied the clerk.
"It's really what I want," she con
tinued, "but this." and she Indicated
another roll, "has been m.rked down
from 12 1-2 cents a vard. as I under
"Then I should think the other
ought to be down to 9 1-2 cents '
"That would be cheaper than w
can afford to sell it. ma'am."
But you have taken 2 1-2 cents oft
the price of the other and only 2
cents off this," she protested, taking
up the first roll again. "That makes
the other the better barea'n
"It's very cheap at 10 cents a yaid.
"I suppose it is. hut it isn't as good
a bargain as tha other." -
"I can't make it any less."
"Then I suppose Iwill have to take"
the 12 1-2-cent goods, but it seem a
shame when I would rather have the
other. You may give me Uu yards."
WHAT THE SPEAKER SAID.
Illustrative Instance of the Ever.
Heady Wit of the Late
. - wv auu. n uum WUUJ4
nil a large volume, and a larger volume could
- - o uub co; , LJ LI h. nuivn
cave been credited to him. Ia one volume
or the other, say Youth' Companion, be
longs a story which comes from California,
Whpn, "KXr TcmA r-.l.' 1 : a j
the Lack observatory on Mount Hamilton.
It was a wonderful November dav, full of
f old, and the bloom of flowers, ilr. Reed
ooked down at the gorgeous landscape 4,000
feet below, and turned to one of his hosts,
."Colonel, this looks too much like a spe
cial display got up in honor of the occa
J,10,1?: Tf 11 m what a typical winter day in
California is really like.
The Californian. thought at once of a day
in February so warm that after a morning
bath he hid lain in a hammock outdoors,
emelled the roses on the trellis, and listened
to the trill of the meadow-lark among the
He began to describe it eloquently: "Thir
teen years ago, on February 22, I took a
He paused to arrange his account of the
roses and the meadow-lark. Mr. Reed broke
you do know something about cleanliness
out here, don't you?"
THE BIBLE WAS MUCH USED
There Was No Baby Chair
House and It Served
Chicken broth made from the feet of
fowls is no new thing In French kitch
ens. A good cupful of broth may bo
made of the feet of a pair of fowls pur
chased for roasting. Immerse in scald
ing water to skin the feet and place in
a saucepan with cold water. Let the wa
ter just bubble for several hours, when
strain and season. This is a great ad
dition to cold sliced chicken, as it jellies
Before washing linens embroidered in
blue, or the pretty light blue Japanese
linen embroidered in white, soak for an
hour or longer in cold water in which an
ounce of sugar of lead to each gallon of
water has been dissolved.
Apricots are rather insipid eaten raw,
but they make many delicious desserts!
Apricot jam and marmalade are easy to
mane, ana torm the basis of a number of
dainty dishes. An omelet spread with
apricot jam and sprinkled with pow
dered sugar is very good. A custard pie
with a layer of apricot jam spread over
the under crust is also recommended.
To make a cherry water Ice, take one
pound of sour cherries, and after picking
on tne stems put the fruit in an agate or
porcelain linen pan. Mix half a nonnrf
of sugar with it, squeeze in the juice of
three lemons, stir thoroughly for five
minutes, and t.dd a quart of cold water.
Stir it for two minutes more and strain
through a sieve, pressing the fruit hard
to extract all the pulp possible. Then
freeze, and after packing let it rest In
the freezer for about three hours. Serve
with a decoration of candied cherries.
A minister of one of the leading congre
gations of thi9 city was recently makiug a
call on one of the prominent members of
his flock and was greeted at the door by the
nve-year-old daughter of the house, who was
0 01112' the iionnra am kmt.tc in tk
..vuv.0 . i. l u w auevukc
cf her mother, relates the Philadelphia
Press. Spying a well-worn family Bible near
at hand, the minister commented on tha
fact that there must w 9 imnH father- in tka
houe, which contained proof of having used
the Bible to so great an extent.
i'', ves'" saii the child, "papa has us on
the Bible three times a day.
'Indeed?" replied the parson. "How edi
fying And, pray, what times does your
good father call upon this grand volumne?"
"Always at meal times," answered the
radiant daughter. "You know, we never
had a baby chair in the house, so pa just sits
the Bible on a dining-room chair and that
makes it just high enough, for us children
My baby brother Jim sat on it this morning.
We all had our turn at it."
Had Been There.
visit our new country club.'
aia tne sunurDar.ite. ' ine grounds are
beautiful; the golf links superb. You won't
find such scenery elsewhere. On entering
the grounds the first thing that strikes your
"I know!" interrupted the city man: "a
golf ball!" Philadelphia Press.
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day'a use of Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle &
treatise. Dr. Kline, 931 Arch at., Phila., Pa.
No novelist has had the hardihood to fol
low the hero to the bald headed epoch of his
life. The stories usually end the moment
after the heroine says "Yes." Chicago Journal.
& Fibroid Tumors Cured
A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor.1
which baffled the skill of Boston doctors.1
Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, Mass., in
the following letter tells how she was
cured, after everything else failed, by
Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.1
Mrs. Hayes' First Letter Appealing: to Mrs. Pinkham for Help s
"Dear Mrs. Pixkhah : I have been under Boston doctors' treat
ment for a long time "without any relief. They tell me I hare a fibroid
tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends
up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My ab-'
aomen is swollen, ana l nave naa Cowing spells for three years. My ap-'
petite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time.'
"The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in yoir Httlo book ao
curately describe my case, so I write to you for advice." (Signed) Mrs'
E. F. Hates, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass.
Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice aU
though she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take
her medicine yhich she knew would help her
her letter contained a mass of additional instruc-'
tions as to treatment, all of which helped to bring
about the happy result.
"Dear Mrs. Pixkham: Sometime ago I wrote to yon describ'
ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed
all your directions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. j
" The use of iLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely
expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk
miles now. . j
"lijdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth five dol
lars a drop. I aclvi3e all women who are afflicted with tumors or
female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful 1" (Signed) Mrs.
E. F. Hayes, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass.
Mountains of gold could not purchase such testimony or take
the place of the health and happiness which iLydia E. i'iukham's
Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Hayes.
Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing
evidence that !Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound stands
without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women ; all
ovarian troubles; tumors; inflammations; ulceration, falling and dis-'
placements of the womb; backache; irregular, suppressed or painful'
menstruation. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let
ters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt.
m Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letten
which sick women may write for fuller information about her Illness.
Her gratitude to Mrs. Pinkham and iLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble is too
great for her to take in return for her health and happiness.
Truly is.it said that it is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound that is curing so many women, and no other medicine ; don't for
get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else.
V R fl fl fl RFE.it H cannot fortnwith produce the original lotters and signatures of I
mh nil II M 0iVO testimonials, which Will prove their absolute penuineness.
w Idis E. llnlthara Medicine Co Lynn, Has.
Piso's Cure cannot be- too highly spoken of
as a couirh cure. J. W. O'Brien. 322 Third
Ave.. N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6. 1900.
Radium l;no been- found in Colorado, but
ti. all nrnluikilltif -Ht 1 . - a.
tary permit fo stay there Chicago Journal.
WET WEATHER. WISDOM!
Mack on vfi iow
ML KEEJYOU D2Y
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO 5US3T1TUTE3
'ULL LIN Or CARMEKTS AND HATS.
A. J. TOWER CO., BOSTON, MASS., U.S. A.
TOWIB CANADIAN CO., LTD., TORONTO. CANADA.-
(2) ' So he let loose Towser, and
called out "Scats!" "Seize him!"
And the dog "scatted" him accordingly.
Von I'lelive'a Astiasnin.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 27. It is
ported that Samsonoff, the assassin of
M. von Plehve, has been sentenced to
death and that the sentence is now
before the emperor. The reports which
have- been circulated about Samsonoff
naving escaped and also that he was
dead, are declared to be false.
"Was Blearest Judtre In America.
Sioux City, ,Ia., Aug. 27. Judge
ulian Bennett, of Watertown. S. n
ia dead of heart failure. He weighed
pounds and was known as
largest judge in America.
Soak three tablespoonfuls of tapioca
in water over night; in the morning
add more watef-and cook until clear;
then add one can of pineapple which
has been chopped fine and three
fourths cupful of sugar; boil about
two minutes and set aside until cold;
serve with whipped cream. Boston
. The American, sightseeing- in the Fiji
islands, came upon a youngsavageengagedin
tatooing the picture of a fish on his fat her's
back. Hi eves filled with tears. "What
moves you so?" inquired his companion. "It
reminds me of the time when my old roan,
would let me draw on him also!" was hia
reply N. O. Times-Democrat.
(3) But neither Reggie nor Towser
expected things to turn out quite like
this; neither did cook, Judging by tha
way she holloaed. .
The annual number of deaths from
tuberculosis in Canada Is about 9,000.
Experiments prove that the presence
of intestinal bacteria is necessary tc
Physicians are scarce in Cuba; $316,
000 worth of patent medicines were im
ported during the fiscal year 1902-03,
mostly from France.
Flowers have been advocated as a
cure for consumption by Dr. Frances
tartiett in a paper which she read be
fore the Botanical society, of Pennsylvania.
Too Much Sense.
An old colored man, watching the mon
keys at the oo the other day, was heard to
drop this corallary to the Darwinian theory:
"Dem children got too much 6ense to come
outer dat cage. White folks cut der tails
off and set 'em to workin' and votin' and fol
lowing const itewtions." Cincinnati Trib
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W. L. Douglas guarantees their value by stamp
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Brockton Lmadm tha Mmn'm Shorn F mahlona of tho Worltl.
TF. f.. Donrlas axes Coroaa Coltskla la j Send for Catalog giving full ln
hli $3.50 shoes. Coroaa Celt is conceded I ftruction how to order by mall.
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A Large Trial Box and book of ln
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thoroughness. I ti3 a revelation in cleansing
nd healing power; it kills all germs which
causa inflammation and discharges.
All leading druppists keep Paxtine: price, 50a.
ftbox ; if yoursdoes not, send to usfor it. I)onfc
tae a substitute there is nothing like i'aitlna.
i.t.T,orthorreeBox of Paxtine to-day.
R. PAXTQH CO., 4 Pope BIdg., Boston , Maw.
LEAN BABIES FAT
SICK BABIES WELL
For Teething, Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint, Etc.
- Contains No Poison In Any Form,
is Pleasant to Take.
Guaranteed to Ctxre.
PR ICE t 25 and SO CENTS. For Sale by all Druggists.
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MAYFIELD MEDICINE MNFG. CO.,
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lor free namrle addresa
une DuiidiuB, Hew York.
swelline in & tn m
. cure 30 to 60 days. Triai treatment free.
iCr.H. H.Green'gSoRs. Box D. Atlanta. Ga.
3 (MilifS WHI-Ht- All five Iiic
Best Coufch byrup. Tastes Good. Use
IU Hint!. fOltl tT Imi-irl.t.
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VALUABLE con rem in or
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