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tud Acqpo. ZUiAY ogrounn 2. icca
tobaccos is "J ;ist as
fpod as Dnrhara."
Every old smoker
a.s good as
Yon will find one rcttuon f-s!
cat lt rt'.DiliK c Uitr.au i inarm;
poii3 i'.islfle' tavii iV.i r t mice
lai cf fclackwr ll' I .nri
Bny a las of
Cfrtit.n vim h
c: tal.iXio pr-:
A Large Proportion
of the merchant tailoring busi
ness of Rock Island comes oar
way, not without reason, for we
furnish not only the largest and
best stock of materials for nits,
trousers and overcoats,' but be
cause we hare a practical mo
nopoly in the art of eotting and
fitting. If you see a stylish suit
you may be certain IIOPPE
Your ik-me -Jti-l .'a It JnrtrrJ.
Insurance ar.-j Leans
iteov: t, li 'i iiuii liv.'.b b'n
Tol.-.r .y-y.f TOO?.
PTOIT7 AB EXCEUBKCB
"THI MOTTO AT
B. Winters Liqwr Zona.
Tsars of arpsllsmn sari the
!eet Of IseflitteS,
No's ll 18 Third At.
To bay Hardware,
Mixed Rouea and
Floor Paints, Rab
lr Hose, LawB
Mowers or any thing
In the Hardware
line la general it ot .
ICIO Thirl Aveaae
AGENT FOB EAGLE BICYCLES
claim for other
A "Cteaa" Snam.
Nothing is easier Ihiui for contagion
to be conveyed from a diseased to a
healthy skin during the act cf sharing,
and loauy ca- have now been recorded '
proving that disai-l trrrxi-ssca have in '
thia namiT bwn propaiptten'. Probably i
the reuiiicst BuBiKt available to the '!
barber for preventing sncb untoward
occurrences would be by sterilising bis
"instruments" by means of beat, either ;
by steam vr boiliug vater. Razors j
should be made so tbat their bandies ;
would not suffer from the exposure to j
high degrees of beat, and the rule should
be enforced that in no caw should any
of tho "iuslrumeBts" be used ooum-ca-tiveiy
Without boring first been submit
ted to tho sterilizing process. Cndcr
this rule, then, each customer would be
sura of having a "clean" shave in more
setitea than one. Of course, also, on the
principle of a "fresh pot of tea for each
customer. a freshly scalded out larber
pot should be included with each share.
Unless those or similar precautions be
carried out ip barber' shops, cases of
the conveyance f infectious skiu dis
eases from customer to customer can
not fail to occur. -Medical Press
A Health Rani
Thehealthfuluess of Lynton. a ram
mer resort in Devon, England, is adver
tised by this story:
Heeently a visitor began to talk to an
old man at Lyntci: and asked him bit
age, whereupon lie said. "I am just
over 70. "
'WoH," said .the visitor, "you look
IB if yon had a good many years to live
yet. At avfaat age did your father die?"
"Father dead?" said the lu'on, looking
surprised. "Fatht r isu't dead. He's up
stairs pnttiug giuudfathcr to bed.'
Haw Tk KlnaasiKl.
. . , , . Szw VOWM. Oct. I
. Ifoaay.ani rail rt'ly Wt i tvw .int. :
prune mercBHIf in;r.ii4 aKpT omt.;tor.
tins azclunx firmer. r,n cta-. Iniini
iitWI' ntUM -.S1i4 .,r .Mnuatl as t
SHtfS4S C Xsty Ji: iKrttel rate. 3
MSi Bd4Oans: ain'uU M.U. 48 .
'.saver cersttsatav &U-ibM i: no Bslatr fau
stiver. 44; Iksien uilar.
vnnm- -sravarnoMmt -bonds firm:
r .IStlsMsa. J17j . . . roanon. -117: ,
lsl, 1HH: a, rnimn, im4; r rtU
Mred, HVM; te. enrpons. lo;; S" ivKutjr!.
S3; PBetMeSi ot IT. I'tii.
CUni mm Md Pn lu
. . ' ' ' : Chiao. Oct L
Ftotlairkr wr thn antjiiii .j . h
brwrd f Tm-i txly: Octoinr. oivmJ
fTitf. cam I Iftyfp; iMcnainr. , ntiKii 1 Cv ,
cloned 9)c: Mr. opemd SMr. nw .
Srkr. Uurn October. OLonrd S"n. el i i
ZSr; tJecemhen opened t24. clux . V -;
Hay, opens! elaod VS-c. Oat-4
tober, o-ened 17 -. clossd lSo, Decmn r.
opaaed 17a. eiaani 17ii: My, opaat-1 l ,
cloasd 9J4(ie. Pork October. mnal Si,n
cUmoil IS.4i O-csrabsr. opeavi Si. lj, CMM4
sa-W. tord-Ortobsr. opauvj Si. 77. rlowt
M i; Decembw. opened M IM. chnel Si. Ml
. Prod tK-e UuUor: Kstraorenaerr. UWi mim
lb: extra dalrr. Hr: Irak naekiu t.
Tc K9 Fresh moo per uos.
Poultry Tarksra. saiJo per in.; cblokens,
4ve; dneka. 8e; ew Si 0U a ul. Potntoaa
Early Oalo, IPiV-'lo par bo.; Hebsno. 9
34c. Honey white ckirer. 414o lb-: hrakaa
tunK SelDe: estractet. aaaa. ftnnlaa a. I
stock. tecOai.lO 'le boL; freen stook. Mte
tati.sa ' -
Ctaleaga Liea Wtantt
. . Carcauo, Oft. l
ua awaia 1 1 in as sao ji
tarda teeny reaped aa foUown: (
timatea VeonlpU tor tho dar -
ranted alt aiU0X40 piys. tSKaJ. hcht.
V2.UitS.fe ronsh packlav. iSt.o nxed
and aaaaaJO neary psofeual a, nhmna
lota, . .
Catfla twinaHid recotpts Pw the 'ear.
t.HV: qwratioaa Wli at St.fkai.SS eaolea
to extra ataipptac ntoam. a.tNBNa aval to
cBoica na, at.tB44.aO (air to pMI. 9a.Wi4.se
oeausoB to awdiaat. do.. BlaSJ at bnicHer
M'r- ?Jaj,J etoeaeto. PWH) fi I .
tyJ . tzaiasje betewa. tt
z.TS44e western ran-wa.aad SUe&4l veal
Sfi'' t$f SoSwaiaarJ
9 as-n Texan. S1J0S.ai snOvsa. and
Onta-Hc aaajjan nnjjjaa.
CoaJ deft. We. ""U
W aetcbais pay far eein tad Btaaw. Mat
jet a aaa S. m'SZfVZ
- OhCCreQ Cry for
, v vt t
Aecidaftt Mars-tha Opaning off
EH wIYEH A FALL.
k 1 1
aad Others Om Dawn la a
lteay Oaly Am aovorely Bart, tho
Hners aWlag Oaly Wkdty Saahea ratal
Ptaa w Tirflaia Small KdiUea oMfte
Burlington, la.. Oct. 1. The aant4
contenaial esercteea . yeatarday ware
marred by an accident which happened
to the reviewing stand erected near
tfee fnlon station for the convenience
of Vice President Stevenson. Governor
Prake (Inwa) and his personal ataK.
and some forty other prominent peo
ple reviewing the parade. Just aa the
head of the part Je reached tbat point,
with almost no warn inc. the entire
stand collar-eed. throwing Its dis
tinguished occupants to the gtwond, a
distance of fifteen feet. The majority
of theme en the stand were bruised
more or leea.
Only Osa Maw Ei eeiaty II art.
. The following; ere the more aetioualy
hurt: Vice President A. K. Steven
son. Jarred and shaken, hut othewise
unhurt: Governor P. M. Drake, of Ieva.
slightly Jarred; es-Governor Sherman,
of Vinton, bruised and shaken by fall:
es-Governor Newbold. Mount Pleasant,
la., hand sprained: Hon. LAfayette
Young, editor of the Dee Morses Capi
tal and orator of the day. hurt about
the back and shoulders, but not pre
vented from delivering his address In
the aernoon: Rev. D. 8. M. -Fellows,
of Fayette, bruised: Auditor of State
C. G. McAjthejrjcs JlolnejL hi ulned
about the bead; CM I'CofnmlrMoner M.
H. Jones, of Burlington, ankle sprained;
lieutenant Colonel James D. Ptowaa.
of Des Moines, ankle sprained; Major
VT. C. Wyman. Ottumwa. hurt ntternal-
lr: County Treasurer R. d. Burrowa. of
llurlington. compound fracture of leg
w oret of all fhe Injured.
Caaee af tae Maaae CaTtepao.
It was about noon when the accident
occurred: the tnerntna- parade had
passed throus-h the principal streets ef
the city, and the governor and stag,
escorting the vW-e president, had Just
left the line of march and entered the
stand to review the process ton. The
rtsnd had been hastily erected at the
last moment for the convenience of
Vice President Stevenson. Governor
Drake and atari and hht party of
friends and guests. Heavy rains had
so softened the soil oh which 11 wan
constructed that the supports sank
into It and carried the etrurture to the
ground. Several persons had warned
the people not to crowd on the stand,
aa they did not consider It safe, and a
number had Just stepped off when It
Bare way. Vice President Stevenson
was almost In the center of the stand,
and Was thrown pell mell into a wildly
struargiing mass of people.
; Governor Drake was near him and
grasped his arm, and both the distin
guished gentlemen aa luted esch other
In extricating themselves from the
debris. Terrible excitement ensued.
and there was danger for a few min
utes of a general panic, but a number
of cool heads managed to still the tears
of those standing by. and the work of
rescue of the unfortunate ones was
quickly begun. Vice President Steven
son was dased for the moment by the
force of his fall and the struggle, but
wa e soon able to enter his carriage and
be driven to the Hotel Delano, where
after a short rest he completely re
covered his equnanlmity. ' He took the
accident good naturedly. and only
seemed concerned about the injuries of
those who fell about him.
Oav. Drake Wat a Bit Bart.
" Governor Drake was not Injured In
the least, and after the Injured onea
had been removed and the excitement
had subsided he and the uninjured
members of his staff and friends re
viewed the procession, which had
baited at the disaster. He was then
driven to the hotel, and had dinner,
after which he proceeded to Crapo
park, where the celebration waa held
tn the big Coliseum, and took the part
In the exercises assigned him aa If
nothing bad happened. The reviewing
stand was a temporary affair of two-by-slx
scantling, parity constructed,
and stood over a sort of depression In
the ground. Into which tts orrupanta
were promiscuously tumbled. Ex-Governor
Sherman wss caught beneath
a pile of rubbish and atrugjrllng peo
ple, and but for the htetant assistance
ef a big by-etander who removed n
heavy plank from across his nock he
might have been fatally Injured. Aa
It ie he sustained only slight injuries.
Governor Drake's daughter. Mary, and
her friend. Miss Carpenter, of Dea
Moines, were on the stand, but escaped
injury aside from a bad fright.
WA8 UU TBB JOtlJI STOWS noon.
Da ret lag of a Laka aa Tlrglale Canaan
Death and ftnvaatataaa.
Staetoaw Va.. Oct. S- The floods here
wes caused by much the same condi
tions, but of course on a smaller scale,
as those which resulted la the Johns
town dleester, nemety, the bursting ef
a lake and the emptying -of He waters
Into a stream already badly swollen by
the rains. From IS to 13 o'clock ef
Tuesday night the rain came down In
torents and soon changed twls creek,
which runs through Staunton, into a
mill race. The creek, after it enters
well Into the city, flows down Through
a large arched sewer under Central
avenue southward nearly te Main
street, where It deflects slightly to the
right, and still bursting Its under
gnrund course turns to the eastward
a cam after It truants Johnson street
parallel with Mam street.
This stream became a racing torrent,
and the water being hi tee sarew a rel
ume to pass the tunnel becked and
euickly swamped the netchboriiond. in
cluding many large gaiiinv A Sjand
eome brick, stone-trlsatned "Hiding
owned by 8. M. Wilkes and located ea
Central avenue south ef Main street,
was totally wrecked, tka occapanta
barely escaping. Along the Una ot the
creek ia the southern part of the city
the water rose several feet tn a few
Kertbweat of Sryaatoa and adjoining
to the fair ground lake, which hviudee
early the entire space laaloe cf tba
bah? jHfle race track, and Its natural
drainage ta into Inserts creek. This lass
broke Its banks and anapued its watere
Inns the ewsWia Lsrwie creek with the
result tbat Stajsntaa experienced the
most dlaalrsMS need in its htrtory.
The bodies of James Smith, his wife,
daughter and graadchfld have been re
covered. The negro settlements along
Pump stleet were pwrttcuhuiy espeaed
te the rush in waters, but it ta aniseed
that nearly alt tts nhabttaate moaned,
forty-two being rear at d by Jtenjamtn
Bagley and H. MMdiecam. The flood
destreyed the gas works and wrought
havoc absag the railroad yard a.
OsTK aTCTOMtBB UMT TgKIK UTKS.
ef tba War of the Cy.
Penaacola. Fla.. Oct. 2. Railroad
communication with the eastern and
middle parts ef the state has been re
established and harrowing tales are
being received of the West India storm
which swept ever the peninsula ef
Florida Monday night and Tuesday
morning. It appears that the storm left
the gulf and struck the coast about
Cedar Keys, which Is said te be al
most completely wrecked. Fiona there
it swept in a northeasterly course. Its
diameter being about forty mllee.acroas
the state, doing fearful damage at the
towns of Gainesville. High Springs,
tewberry. Lake City, rtronaford, Calla
han and many others. Brick and frame
buildings were Mown down, and near
Callahan several children were killed
In a school bouse which waa wrecked.
The wind Is reported to hare reached
a velocity of 10 mile aa hour, and
there waa wide -spread destruction In
the path of the storm. It Is Impuseiuie
yet to learn how maay peraons were
killed, but It ht believed that the dead
will be fully lea. and that many others
were Injured. Much damage is report
ed at Jacksonville, but no tons of life,
as the center of the storm areme to
have passed to the north of the city.
The estimated damage to the turpen
tine and lumber camps ta the central
pert ef the stste Is t&os ee.
WOBST 1 BCABD FBOB "ATASXAB.
ef Ufo and fi apart y Kuan I as aa It
Wss Daaiasje aa Tbe
Savannah. Oa.. fVt. 1. The worst
of the tornado news from this city
has been told. The number of deaths
reported up to this time le twelve, and
there will probably be no other bodies
found. The city has rec overed entire
ly from the blow and business Is now
going on without Interruption. News
from Tybee Inland la not ettewarnaing.
Tybee railroad is badly datnaged' and
trains cannot reach the island. Joseph
Thompson's cottage at Tybee waa about
the only one of the dwellings that wss
wholly demolished. The wind rut a
wide swath along the railroad track,
deatroying almost everything near It
Trees and grass were blown up br
the ton aad scattered all over the
track. It la eatd that M tn almost whol
ly burled under the debris and It will
take some time to clear It. The work
of ctearing away the debris of
the Tybee road has already
begun and a new station will be built
at once. The track aad bridge will
ie put in repair right away and It
Is expected trains will be running la
a few days. The damage to property
on the island is almost IM.eoo. The
rice crop In Savannah section will be
shortened one-third by the storm. The
loss on Savannah and section will be
FLOOD IB AJt AKIZOXA TO WW.
rtve rersaaa Drowned aad Vwar Other
Tucson. Art.. Oct. x. A special to The
Star from Benson says: Part of the
town waa washed an ay and Ave per
sona drowned la n flood rrnm a Hood
burst In the Whetstone monntatsm.
twelve miles southeast of town. The
dead saint bodies have been recovered
are: William seek, n barber, his wife
and two children and Oscar Ash hum.
a cattleman. Four mm.
missing. It m eatiacie n,i inM mi
life and destruction of hmmo arm be
reported from all along the Sen Pedro
nver until n empties into the Oik. A
wall of water at least twelve
miles ions? wan poured tato tho a
Pedro river, hence Ihre In apprehension
eix mr tne safety of persona in the
Waadli n Beat Tarn Off by Wssd.
Washington. Or. t Preaideet Ckeve-
eaa e eutnirbaa home at Wood ley suf
fered severely In the storm, losing im roof,
which came off ee-Uy as a banana neet.
The chimneyssnd a number of giant oaks
ana rims about the bouse were felted.
Caste Washlaatoa Banana.
Washington. Oct. l-rw. am m.
Tuesday did damage In thla city care-
tuny rnxunaieq at SV3.8SS.
HORRIBLE CRIME IN OHIO.
1 ratios? Korb
Cleveland. Oct. . A special from
Hot gale, c says a terrible double
tragedy eccured two miles south of
that place, in the home ef Mrs, J. P.
Kicker, a widow. The family constst-d
ef the widow and two children-her
daughter Anna. 17 years old. and a
eon. Another Inmate ef the bom fr
some time past has been a boarder
earned Nathan K. Speitman. The tatter
came home la a beastly state of Intosl-
cation and wee reprimanded br Mrs.
Richer. S pet boa n. while the son was
at ecaooi and Mrs. Rtcker out attend
ing te the stork, went into tn kmu
He found the daughter ironing. What
followed can only be norm teed.
Anna Rk-ker was attacked aad her
saun crusnee. Ppejimnn then under
took to destroy his own tire be ha..
teg. Thla attempt being a failure be
reaonea 10 a metkod more ewer
fuL Lying on hot hack acmaa a le
hie bead banging so it almost totjrbed
tne nnor. ne arw a raaor across hht
Threat, severing the Jugular vela. Anna
Richer at last account, ,-.. nut
anconsclewa. and there Is no nswsthie
" ker recovery. Sweiimaa to
Bhssaonethi Tabes Beth TsephisSb
; Mlaanaaiitlg, Oct. t -The Millers, after
'y- . Btfla I. bare now
saa"aCTalaaaw?s lajk sasarty '
mj.mmtj fetr.MThe aroTth.
waeiiunan-foiaj, li, Laaw
at Wei, o-a.
POSTAGE ON WEDDING CAKE.
"Da tell m ell about KelTi
dine" taid tbe girl la tba crash suit
"Did it all go off well? Aad bow"
"Oh. beautifully!" cried tbe girl la
tbe white rterk. "My dram was neefors-
ty lovely, my gloves were aa Ideal fit.
d my hair kept Tts rtm aa well as if
I waa only atwdinf aa old aulas' era
-Bum nice! Be trU ase about Hell
"She was borrid. Actually wanted
aw to help ber drees for tbe ceremony.'
Aa if I hadn't my rrieVaanaid'a toilet
to think of. I am afraid tbat dear Kdl
la too aelnsb to make a really good
Then she will naturally hare an
aaselBsk but band, dear."
Perhaps so. Oh, ft waa delightful
to walk up the aisle feeling tbat every
eye waa Ixed oa"
Tea. I know. But tell km. bow did
Nell get tbrongh the ceremonyr
I really don't know. My mind was
mil of the one awful tboaght tbat I
waa standing with my bark to all tboas
people, while there was no telling but
tbat my gown eras 1 1 amprnd after that
long drive to the rturcu."
lib, probably It was all riant. Was
Sell s gown"
id wasn't it too bad that Harold
was nut of town and unable to see am
la my lovely new drm!"
"Oh. well, yon can anad kimatasoro-
"Kot unless be aptwogisea."
"Knr what, gntng away? But then.
"It wasn't only that It was his eab
ewent bedtavior. Von ear, 1 wan teat
him tn sJsara ansne of tie feativittea. so
I sent btm a boa of wedding eefca. Too
ahoald have seen tbe lrtanr I got la re
But anrhapa ttdiaagreed wtth Was."
'It wnan't that. Von know. I
thosgbt H woe Id be nine to write btm a
Utile Bote and alia it ta tba bat-
it all be would nave a nteaw.
do you Sanaa to any
tbe boa away aad arvwr
Ko. I don't The srell. tbe truth
tbat thane leWTtd. aueejn snwaoftor
raplcyrce actual ly tusmd the ta and
found tbe Botst Ob, bow I do eVwptaa
such prying laqatMUeeaxwal Kot aaluv
Bed with that thry"
Ocwdnees. nan eaa they oend yoa
to jail for violating tbe postal laws?"
"No, tbry oaa't. Bat they artnally
made Harold any irttrr anatnge on ta
boa before tbry would give it to kiam.
Pour eqaare inohesof wedding cake cost
him Jest VL60. and now be he ears
that ha la afraid tbat I am a -not eco
nomical enough to make a g-good wife
for a poor ansa I Alter I bad put tba
aote ia tka bos to earn extra pontage
tool" 4jnioago Timee-urrnld.
Heron. K. It . Om -- t .
Mves ef the "Xattoeal Sound Money"
Pemocrattc party of this easie. Finally
eUimlag aar aJanjuutca to the prtwdptes
adjopted and premulewted at the Indiana
polls isnvsaUon.- The eoavenHon. how
ever, declined to put la tbe rd a Iwltnnr
a a a a .a
Sr.ljeuta. Oct. k Tha MoaolidalWaa at?
lbs Natiaaol AnsariaclMa Pm.ii.
Hubs and tba Aaanr-tacioo of Natloael
Stiver crabs has been anally parfereed. and
tad hMarr eeaaatoatiim will take antra
rt la the Ma eaareoUoo of the Katiooal
Aansraanon af Ik saai tain r-laha ta la
held In the eoditartara raMnrdny neat.
Oacinnatt. Oct. k Tbe vtaH of nartn.
nad whsrSBisa to Caatoa ana not ttana
go by the aasrtal Hig Four htaarlaa
League train tomorrow and arrive at
Canton In Hat to laka part ta the na
tions! wheel Base's parade tomorrow at
New York. Oct. 9 -Bee)sntn lUrrlano
is agrasd to snaka tern spew bee nnsW
tbe aeaptcen ef the national ramminee no
hht way h inns to India ss 1II1. tmosrttl
ho dsll 1 1 red neat Monday evening ot
Birkmnae. Va. the 1 Taiodn xfl
ereone la CaarWeton. W. Va.
O-e, 9 The "Nattooal
real as pens ef KihrseVa
eight tn state eoov
full atate aad r issmsul ins I t kt
elertoea. The steto tVkat le boaoVd by
B. S. Bibbs for governor.
sseasst sue sm a Dt.eas.saa.
Wsjahlngton. Ot. t The saanpaeawea
statement of the rseatpte and evin 1 drtafea
of the a"eramai for rhe asena cat ea
temlar shows the total ranrtpt bate
been r.'l M.S4I aad I he aaaewdttuees
s7S.aaa. batvtng a degctt far tbe saootb
of f1.WiU.9N. Tho degctt l r tba theea
saonthsof tba prsnt flsee' year te F.
nt.i?u. ae tnsspsi d wtth a of .-
HA4 foe the 1 iirti ipimting taot.ae seat
aana oared by Foley 'a Kldawy Care.
XUtj fkyaisiaBa ase R. tali ay tL
Tray. X. Y, Ssna. tenrya Merrtann.
the aofnntttng eounry trass aw r. ems nr.
migentlifst JaOTba Isaoiatne and swaa
Be M abew rejnm 'f L" "
auajBttoBg aad poaMtoaty asjaaa
aSat at aa aay raejsagwa. It to gwaa
Hntoial w-w MTrVi Bwvvfcti wyMtatesfrtstaAa
BisMT sWaaMUX PrMB O aaVMo par
baa. Pwy-nJa bg Pnraas. ITTi j
ft f nf rfi
tka warU kaa
gImUmkealtk It wCl mw Uatr U"m. la it Jlother hart
awanttlUaf whldi to akanlgtdy aaia aai y-rwctically perferl. aa a
Cnatdrto deearnyt XTi
CagtoTia fsreraato waadtlaf twtf Ctri.
CeorU enrog DlarThaaal VTM Colic,
CanteTto relicrea TanhlBf Trwablrt,
Caatarta carea Cenatiaatiaa aad Flatalency.''
Cuataria aaatraliaai tka afiacu af ow-Wald acid yaa ar wlatmmit ejf.
aaat mat aaatAla aharpklag, apiany ar any ather narcotic,
asaiai Hit ra tka teai, regalataet the ataaiaoh and bowelt.
frflBf aWMJUry aad Batgral alewa.
to pat ap U aaaalai aatOat aaly. It It aat toll ia Vulk.
Beat allow any ana ta aall yam aaything la oa the plea ar promise
that tt to "Jaat aafaad" gal Srtll aaswar every purpose "
tbat yen yet tA-BT4eM-A.
Health Is the Sattthltie of Home. Hare
It? If not. consult
Bre. Walsu & Walsh, Specialists
Of tba Ckleacu atedioal lastltata ParmsaaaUy looutod'la Ueeeeporv, town
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FOR THE FALL SEASON
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