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THE AEGUS, iFRIDAXe APBIX 27. 1900.
Published Dally ul Weekly at 14 Seeond
A nmnn Sock Uud. I1L I Entered At the
Poetofflce m Second -class mitwr.
IK TH1 RAMI OF J W. FOTTKB.
TERMS Dally, 10 eenu per week.
11.00 per annum In advance.
All communication or political or arrumen
rn7o; oue no present death rate in the Philippines
Buok article will be printed oyer fictitious n-I averages from oil to oo per week, ana
of the war department. The esti
mated figures, of insane, those sent
home on account of sickness, and the
present sick list in the Philippines,
are compiled from the official records
and from estimates of officers and
officials of the war department re
turning from the Philippines. The
figures jjiven deal onlv with the
troops after they have embarked from
this country for the Philippines. The
Correspondence solicited from every Iowa
hip la Bock Island county.
Fkidav. April 27.
The Hnnry county aspirant is in the
rice in the supreme court fight in the
division a'Jjoinin; us. but it will be a
Hand out after the election.
under acknowledgedly the best cli
matic conditions that could prevail
With the advent of the rainv season.
when the troops will be confined to
camps and barracks, sickness and
disease will increase, but in what pro
portion can onlv be con lectured. lut
we may set uown as certain mat ais-
eae and aeatn win piay sai navor
with the soldier.
Mr. McKinley's war for "criminal
agression is costing not oniy Hun
dreds of millions of money, but
thousands of lives. The rcrord of
death and disease is appalling.
Mow iiti benator filloin vote on
ho uestion of seating Quay? Why
h voted for the Pennsylvania boss, of
oiirse. How did you suppose he
of Peoria, is in town,
was in Rock Island
With Hanna in control of the Ohio
"late convention and Quay doffiinat.
in the Pennsylvania gathering, it
loos begin to look as if the republican
party was reforming fast, doesn't it?
Thk Canton, O., Netvs-Dcnioerat,
noting the lack of anv attention being
p. id to the arrival of President Mc-
Kinlcy at his obi home, says, "now,
if Bryan had come to town today wc
would have had some noise about it."
Tkiiv Rooskvki.t has cniphasi.cd
Ins contempt for illiaiu Mi-Kinlev.
The rough rider governor declared in
Chicago last evening that he would
rather retire to private life aud aban
don x) lilies than le elected vire pres
ident on the republican ticket in the
oming campaign, much less stand as
a candidate. The governor is net so
short-sighted if he docs wear glasses.
Cordova, April 25. John Buckley,
of lavenport, was in the city last
F. C. Prouty.
W. R. Freck
Mr. and Mrs. h.ivrcs arc here visit
Mrs. Ceorge Tew spent Saturday in
Julia Hunt, ol savanna, is visumg
Mr. and Airs. G. P. Spoor returned
Mrs. Dr. rrei k speut I hurs'lay with
friends at Rock Island. - -
Frank Havnes spent Thursday even
ing with his parents here.
icwis Johnson, of Lyons, spent
Saturday here with his parents.
Ciyue Javennrr, ol Janark, was in
town last week Tisiting friends.
Walter Karr and family, of Clinton,
Iowa, are visiting with Lew Gardner.
Mrs. Rachel Tanner died Thursday
at the home of her daughter. Mrs. M.
K. Johnson. Remains were interred
The entertainment given Thursday
evening at the Baptist i hurch, to the
Tni irrcatest iron in the world has PunK people ol Cordova, was a very
just been jacketed at Watcrvliet and u lovable occasion
will now progress u conipk-tion. Il
will weigh without the carriage 12r
tons, is 4tA feet long, and the size of the
Itore is l' inches. 'J'he piece will have
r theoretical range of nearly 21 miles,
?tnd in attaining its maxiiutin rauirr
the projectile will reach an elevation of
five miles. 1 lie projectile intended
bn the big cun is i I inches long and
weighs 'J,'.ii) jmjuikIs. It is ex per ted
to penetrate wrought iron to th
depth of 41$ inches.
Dr. Carter and Dr. Frcek performed
a delicate opcrati"n 1 uesday evemug
on the -moaths-oil daughter ol Mr
and Mrs. J. 1. Enwriht. The child
is doing nicely.
'I'm; Springfield, Mass., Republi
i nn, republican, calls attention to the
following fact : "Idc triumphant rc-
le-tion of Mr. McKiuley will mean to
liim and to all others the emphatic
popular indorsement of the imperial
ist policy, and a president who has
bogun the revolution against republi
can principles without a popular man
date will hardly fail to pursue it with
the popular approval at his back.
And the pursuit of it leads to the
wreck of popular government in this
hemisphere, if not throughout the
Hanna Mill at the
spite of the fact
republican papers are attempting to
convey the impression that Senator
Hanna will not be iu command of the
republican organization in the cam
paign of this year, it is evident that
he will direct the party movements as
he has from the day he took up M
ftiniev s rauuulacv. Hot has con
trolled the policv of his party in con
gress and of course his word has been
law with Mckinley. H deminate
the party organization, and th re
publican national convention will do
as he directs. He will mana-rd tho
national campaign and we may look
to sw the same methods used as in
Clean republicans may tind fault
witb nim and abuse him as much as
thev please, hut, ihev will be com
pelled to submit to hjs authority for
at least one more campaign. lie is
Andalusia. April H. Miss Kate
Mosher has returned home from Milan
after a short visit.
Mrs. Buermister is very sick.
The weddiug belld are ringing.
John Huntley has returned to Port
Mc. aud Mva. Baleman spent bun-
day in our village.
Mr. and Mrs. mucoid Mcckmau
buried their lnlanl haby Sjunday.
Rev. .Spurlock and wile spent Sat
urdav and Sundav at Illinois City.
Hale, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Johnson, is very sick with bronchitis.
iuitc a number ot ladies from our
village were shopping in Rock Island
Mrs. Bushait. of Milan, is visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Karl Finly has gone to Muscatine,
where he expects to work in the but
borne of our voung people attended
the dance in Kuuilo, Iowa, last fn
Rev. Brusso and family floated
down Ihe river on a Hat I oat to Dallas
City, where they epcet to live. Mrs.
Donbar moved into the house vacated
bv them and the United Brethren
minister moved into the parsonage.
The Itent Kennedy for Kheametlntn Quirk
Kellef from Pain
All who use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism are delighted
with the rjuick relief from pain which
it affords. When speaking of this,
l. . binks, of rrov, Ohio, eavs:
'Some time ago I bad a severe attark
of rheumatism in my arm and shoul
der. I tried numerous remedies, but
got no relief nntil I was recommended
bv Messrs. George r. Parsons & Co
already making preparations for the I druggists, of this place, to try Cham
work, he proposes to do. and bis plans I tierlain s 1 ain lalm. Ihev recom
are fairly clear to those who have
wntched his movements. A large
laup&ign fund, an iron discipline
and a scare for the men of large in
tomes will be his principle implements
nf trade. He will Lc the whole thing
in the campaign, and will use his im
plements as he so well knows how.
Conditions arc not so favorable for
the use of the Hanna methods as they
were in 1896. and his influence will
not lc so great as it was then, but he
may lie expected to get all there is out
of the situation, desperate as it
promises to be.
mended it so highly that. I bought a
liottle. I was soon relieved of all
pain. 1 have since recommended Ibis
liniment to many of uiy friends, who
agree with me that it is tho est rem
edy for muscular rheumatism in the
market." tor eaio by all . druirirists.
An Appalling Record.
Something over a week ago. Senator
Allen, of Nebraska, furnished theNew
York World with the following tabu
lated statement of the casualties to
that date iu the Philippines among
Uad them :
the American soldiers
there have In-en many
should be added. But
here given are appalling.
Total d"th! imparted to dat
l'efl el du.e-e. etc
'v'llrd 1n action and died of no
N'lrnherof uiaaoe leKtimaiedi
Number furloutied and invalided honf
rlcknes (r!mtnli i.v'
Sielt mif in Ititlipploew elinatel t 3.N"
Hied t unallpoj 141
Sul-'.dr(ctualnumi'T rfpoitpfli . aj
ncjds (reponrd as accidental ri"th-0.
drowning, missing etc. icstirnaiedi SI
The figures given above relating to
actual number of deaths, o'd ers
killed in action, died of wounds, of
sicknesi and of emsllpox. and the
number of suicides, were gathered by
Yes. August Flower still has' the
largest sale of auv medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything ele for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, ana
they seldom beard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure.
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is alLthey took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower.
. ..1.9-jo in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious" the matter
with rou. bain pie bottles freest T. H.
bens tor Allen from the official records ! druggists.
Talna la the Back.
A. B. Partington, Constantia. J. Y..
says: ! was troubled several years
with kidney disease and suffered se
vere pains in the Lack. I used Fo
ley's Kidney Cure and one bottlo cured
me. I recommend it to my friends.
It has given perfect satisfaction." Ail
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
Sadcet of News From the Town on
Milan, April 26. Frank Schinstrom,
of Big island, has purchased Dr. H.
J. Huyett's hackney carriage team.
C. D. McLaughlin, who is with
Clark Smith clerking in a general
store in Albany, 111., is visiting his
folks this week.
Charles Christy, Jr., of YandrufTs
island, who has been very ill, is re
A number of Mrs. John Williams
friends gathered at her Dome ivionaay
to celebrate her 60th birthday. Din
ner was served by the hostess and a
most enjoyable day was spent by all.
W. A. Brubaker, superintendent of
the Christian Citizen league, who was
to lecture in the Presbyterian church
Monday evening, found the audience
too small and therefore took up his
platform on the maia street and gave
a rousing temperance talk.
William Smith has moved his fami
ly into the Milan house.
Fred and Carl Vratnian, of Rock
Inland, spent Sunday with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Deere were in
Mr. and Mrs. James Wnite, of lc-
Claire, Iowa, spent Sat urdav and Sun
dav in Milan.
Oscar Prescott has relieved Mr
Ruby of tho mail route between Milan
and Andalusia. J he latter gave Mr
Prescott his team and harness to take
the contract off his hands.
A school election was held at the
town hall last Saturdays F. II. Cald
well was elected director.receiving 20
votes, while William Tcnges and Wil
liam Dickson each received one vote.
Alexander Owens, who has been
sick for about a month, is now on the
Km in a Kuehl spent a few days last
week iu Mohne.
The funeral of Burnadett, the onlv
child of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Waltman
of Sears, took place Saturday from the
home with interment at JVIcConnell s
cemetery in Bowling, bhe dieu ri
day afternoon at 3 o'clock -ifter a three
day's illness of diphtheria. She was
years and 11 mouths of age and wus
a tri"nt ana lovaoie cnuu.
h. Vandtrslice, of Rock Island,
spent Wednesday in Milan.
Harry Williams, of Rock Island
veiled friends and relatives Wednes
THE SEARCH STOPS.
The KIclitThliif; H Keen I ooml A Kork
Island Citizen shows the Way.
Once more were are indebted to
Rock Island citizen for a public state
ment that throws more light on a sub
iect of ever increasing interest. Peo
ple have been deceived by false mis
representations from time iuimeuio
rial. No wonder they are skeptical of
all claims indorsed by strangers re
siding in far-distant parts of the
union. It is no longer necessary t
accept such indorsement, for loca
citizens are giving their testimony
and 'tis an easy matter for any reader
to investigate the correctness of such
evidence as the following:
Mrs. K. C. Clement, of 820 Twcntv-
f jurth street, says: "I had a sore
ness in my back all the time, and
when I attempted to lift anything, no
matter how light, or do any stooping
1 felt a kins. At times 1 had shoot
ing pains all over my body, and when
1 laid down it was almost impossible
for me to get up. 1 could not turn
over in bed without su tiering excru
ciatingly. I learned of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and obtaining a bx at Mar
shall iVr Fisher's drug store, I took
them as directed. Gradually the pain
began to leave me and when I Unished
the second tox, was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
alo, X. Y., sole agents for thoTJnited
Remeralicr the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Chronic Khenmatlsm Cored.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis
Ind., says: "For several months
after spraining mv ankle I was severe
ly afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Uetchon's Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism, and in four davs could walk
without mv cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mys
tic Cure to all who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotian
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gustave Schlejrcl & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Had Iriven Muln ltrforv.
Ianlel I'omeroy. once a prominent
New York criminal lawyer, in bis early
life was a stare driver on the old Itut
terlield line, and sic-mod his leal edu
cation largely upon the Ihix s.-:it of hi?
coach, or while change- of iiir?.es was
being made at the stations. He wa
a?ssociateu with others in the defense
of one Mrs. McCarthy, on b.-r trial at
TTtica for the nmrd'-r f man named
Hall of Ogdeusbure. wo was killed
by a bullet from her revolver, which
was aimed at another man. .Tudtje
Doolittle pr-sideil at the trial, and
seemed to leli.-ve in the prisoner's
gn'lt. The judue was bitter and so
ti as I'omeroy. i he latter made an ob
jection and insisted ujioii it rather
stn-iiuously. ".Mr. Fomeroy," Mid the
judgi. "I am not a feorse. ami can't
driven." "Well, ' your honor. I
learned iu my early exjierienee to drive
mules, and I will try to keep tip my
To Core m Cold In One Day,
Tae Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. 25 cents.
i -- .iSECEErlEGBllff. J
-Ed Danielson is
Chinese streets are the narrowest In
the world. Some of them are -only
three feet wide ,
Shcrrard, April 26.
on the sick list.
E. M. Bloomquist has moved to Mo
Robert Lee, Sr., was in Rock Island
Mrs. John Moak returned Wednes
day from Rock Island
Georire Robertson is visitinsr at
Braidwood, Farmington and Chicago
Home talent will give the play
'Cuban Spy,' at Reynolds. April i0.
David Sherrard shipped two car
loads of hoira and one of cattle to
Miss Christine Wicss, of Rock Isl
and, in visiting her sister. Mrs. Frank
Grandma Allen and Mrs. John Allen
of Colona, are visiting at the home of
Mrs. William Allen.
Hiram Jones went to Rock Island
Fridav to meet his sister from Columb
us Junction, Iowa.
John Bersrreen left last week for
Duluth, Minn., where he has secured
employment as machinist.
Mr. and Mrs. Sincox are the proud
parents of another bouncing baby girl,
whr:h arrived last Saturday.
A numler from here attended the
funeral of Mrs. John Engholm at Cabie
Sunday. She died last Friday night.
Miss Emma Peterson died last rn
day at her home northeast of Sher
lard, nnd was buried at the Gwedona
E. A. Samuelson, J. L. Vernon,
Charles Kinsey and Dave Evans, at
tended tiie republican county eonven
tiou at Aledo last week.
Joslin, April 26. Fred Keuht is on
the sick list.
Farmers arc now planting their po
Joslin Sunday school is now well
John L. Noah sulTored a severe at
tack of heart trouble.
The deluge of rain that fell placed a
veto upon farm work for the greatest
portion of a weeK.
William Whiteside was elected
school director at Joslin, and Kingsley
Matthews in district iSo. b.
Fred Schaible has returned from
Prophetstowu and will work for D. E
Adams the coming season.
Clinton Donahoo met with a serious
accident while driting his cows from
the pasture Sundav evenicjr last. The
horse he was riding stumbled and
threw him to the ground, striking
upon his head and shoulders.
Sunday last 55 friends of Mrs. David
Adams planned a pleasant surprise
upon her, it being her 41th birthday.
They brought well filled baskets and
the table fairly groaned with the good
things of life, including fruits and
Million Olren Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern which
is not afraid to be generous. The
proprietors of Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds have given away over ten mil
lion trial bottle) and have the satis
faction of knowing it ha3 cured thous
ands of hopeless cases. Asthma,
bronchitis, lagrippe and all throat,
chest and lung diseases are surely
cured by it. Call on Harts S Ulle
meyer, druggists, and get a free trial
bottle. Regular size 50c and fl.
Every bottle guaranteed.
Try Orain-O! Try Orain-O!
Ask your grocer today to show you
a package of txrain-O, the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without in
jury as well as "the adult. All who
trv it like it. Grain-O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is
made from pure grains, and the most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress. One-fourth the price of coffee.
15 and 2o cents per package. Sold by
Nasal catarrh quickly yields to treat
ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is
an agreeable aromatic. It is received
through the nostrils, cleanses and
heals the whole surface over which it
diffuses itself. A remedy for nasal
cattarrh which is drying or excitng to
the diseased membrane should not be
used. Cream Balm is recogniz
ed as a specific. Price 50 cents at
druggists or by mail. A cold in the
head immediately disappears when
Cream Lalni in used. Elv Brothers,
56 Warren street. New York.
Bean the 9 ,c in '1pr' W-i7
Special Business Mention
The following firms are recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at lowest
Not made by a treat.
Jilack Toe Cream
It la the ercamieat or &U
L. E. West, Gum Co.
611 Seventeenth St.
Rock Island, 111,
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
S. A. MAGER
Second ave. and
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the visi
tation. 2939 Fifth
avenue. Rock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday, Sept. 18.
MU8IO. ART. EL
and the languages.
Street, Rock Is
Hull & Co.
Mitchell ft Lynde
E. F. Stroehle
are prepared to
do bending, punch
ing and cutting.
Also heavy or
Drop forging a
110 Nineteenth St
Roof Ins Co.
24th St. and
Srd Ave. Rock
THOMAS VAN TUYL,
and all general light
113-1 15 West Seventeenth street.
Graduate 1881 of
Eleven Years In
DR. J. R. COZINK,
Office and residence
over David Don's
tore. 1615 2nd; Ave.
Kock Island, 111.
H. S. EACH MAN
in town to
IflOS Second avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
ClOARS, j UP
Soda Watkb, G -
Fool, etc. N DAm
Chicago papers de- 5
livered and orders
taken for all pert-
odlcala 115 Seventeenth
1631 Third avenue. Street.
11. SOSNA. su Ambrose
AND ALL KINDS
OK 11 ETA L.
Hides, wool ATal
low. HI:.'best price
paid whether In
small or large
or cur load lots.
are. 'I'aonc 2,
Kock Island, 111.
for Furnace (Tss.
Second - Street,
AU kinds of job
bing done nextlv
and at re:vsrnt c
screens, a spec
ialty. Shop anti
residence. I ,s s i
Keck lulitml. 111.
If you Intend do
ing any building call
Shop and residence
at No. 1234 Thlrtv
etghth street, Kook
litl and, 111.
F. J. Steele, Pro.
1709 Second av.,
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
pressed for (I per
month. Work called
for and delivered.
a new invention.
230 Bridge 'Avenue,
AVENPORT, I A.
ir poisonous iku;s iiavk kailkd
TO CUKK TOl', TltV NATl'Klc's
PROF. W. A. JACOBS, the gre.it '
Magnetic Ilealnr will mire you
of any disease in a short time with
out the use of dnik'4.
OHice: Flat No.' 1 Industrial
Home building, Rock Island.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. in., to i p. m.,
and 6:30 to p. m.
The next session
7th, IK99. Philo
For terms and full
- RKV. J. T. A.
Z0C5, Fourth Ave.
W. T. MasiU,
Offlcc fn Masonlo
riM to ?:P0 a. m.
1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rock Island, 111.
In public schools.
Private studio in Y.
Office hours, 4 to 8
arjd 7 to 9 p. rn. and
all day Saturdays.
O. 1. DOR AN,
CKOWN ft HK1IM1R
' work a specialty
2100 Fifth ave.
tletb St. and
Wo fivo the
for the least
v State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, ( M'
In the circuit court, May term, A. D. lfOO.
Hill to quiet title.
Susanna M. Uansert. complainant, vs. An
drew Shurr, the unknown heirs or devisees
of Andrew Shurr, deceased, tlie unknown
heirs or devisees of Andrew Sherer, de
ceased, and the unknown owners of the
south H of Lot K. in block U. in Spencer &
Case's addition to the ci'y of Kook Island,
In tte county of Rock Island and state of
To the said defendants: You are hereby no
tilled that the above complainant has this day
tiled in the office of the nndersitrned clerk of
the above entitled court, a bill of complaint
aeainst rou: the said complainant has also
tiled in the office of the undersigned clerk an
afUdavit In said courtof your non-residence and
that the names of tue heirs or devisees of the
said Andrew Shurr. deceased, and Andrew
Sherer, deceased, are unknown.
Now, notice is hereby given to you and each
of you. that the above causa is pending ia said
court: ttikt a summons in chancery has been
issued therein atrainst you. returnable to the
next term of said circuit court, to be begun
and hiden at the court house In the city
of Rock Island, in said county on the first
Monday of May. A. D. liM), at which time and
nine, rou will anriear and rjlead. answer or
derur to said hill of complaint, if you see fit.
i-atea at kock island, iiiinom. March lt, a
D., Ifti. Gborgk W. Gamble.
Clerical saia court.
J. F. RoBiMSoN, President L. S. MoCabb, Vice President. II. E. Castscu Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island III.
Incorporated Under Stale Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estate of Godfrey WUle, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Godfrey w nie
late of the county of Roc Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court or Hock
Island county, at the county court room. In the
city of Hock Island, at the June term, on
the first Monday in June next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of bavins the same adjuivea.
All persons lnaebteo to sala estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this ttn aav or Apm. a. D. laco
Ciuslus H. WiiXJt. Administrator.
Running sores, tilcers. boils, pim
ples, etc.. quickly cured by Banner
Salve, the most healing salve in the
world. No other "just as rrood." All
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Peter Fries. L. S. HcCtbe, K. D Sweeney.
C. J. Larkln, J- P. Robinson, Henry W. Trcmann,
James J. La Vclie. II K Castccl, II. It. Mack,
Sweeney A. Walker. Solicitors.
John Schafc ,
I.. V Mud ice,
lj il A. Schmidt
MONET LOANKD ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OR KKAL K9TATK SECL'RITT.
Open daily 9 a. m. to 3 p. rc Saturdays 7 to H p. in.
Office in Rock Island National Bank Building.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hock Island. III.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid on
Monet Loaned Ox Personal Collateral Or Real Estatk Silcvuitx.
i. M. Huford. President.
John CrubaoKb. Vice Presides.
P. Greenawait. Cashier.
Bcg-aa turne July - n. and occupied
S. K. corner of kfitobeil
H S. Cable.
H. V. Hull.
K. Y liu'St,
John V ols.
Solicitors Jackson sod Hurst.
"hll Mitchell, '
J. U. Buford
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