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If You Waste Your Nerve Energy, After Awhile You Will Suffer For It. You can ws"!e nsrve fore by exceM, ovjr-work, vro.r?, anxiety, tc You can weaken yourself by not eatlnff prcpor food or nccuring; sufficient rest to renew t'.io ncrvo energy you ueo up. The proper treatment. In addition to soot phosphatic food, audi as wholo meal bread, prepared cereals, etc., Is Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. This Is as truly a brain and nerve food as any food you could eat, nnd be Kldes, furnishes strength and tone of Itl own, which goes to the weakened nerve system, and sets it to rights. Dr. MttW Restorative Nervine Is a re freshing, revitalizing tonic food-medicine for the brain and nerves. It reconstructs worn-out nerve tissue, and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor. Dr. Miles' Nervine) has made so many marvelous cures, of people so sick the doctors thought they were Incurable, that It Is today the standard medicine In many thousands of American homes. Tlio first bottlo Is guaranteed to help you, or druggist returns your money. "The extreme heat, close confinement and intense mental strain Incident t the banking buxinees, has caused me to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia. It gives mo pleasure to soy thnt I have used Dr. Wiles' Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treat ment of these affections. I am now on my fifth bottle, and eat and sleep well, in fact have almost forgotten that I possess nerves." R. I DALDV, Asst. Cashier, State Bank, Texarcana, Ark. PTSPTi1 Vr'te to us for Free Trlnl X JDJUXt package of Dr. Miles' AMI Pain Pills, tlio New Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Pymptom Ulank. Our fyeclnllut will diagnose your case, tell J'ou what Is wrong, and how to right It, Yen. DR. MILES MKDICAI CO., LABORATORIES, UUCHAIIT, IND. HOLLMTErVS Rocky Mountain Tea. Nuggets A Baiy Madloint for Bniy People. Brings Golden Health tad Rsnewod Vigor. A sneelflo for Constipation, Indigestion, Live and Kidney Troubles. Pimples, Koiemi, Impure Wood ha't Jreaih, Nlua-glsti Bowels, Headache and Backache. It's Kocky Mountain Tea In tab let form, 8 cents a box. Oenulne made by IIOU.ISTKR DRfo Company, Madison, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE Before you 'buy REAL ESTATE you should write and inquire about the bar gains that I have to offer you. Several of the best farms in the north eastern part of the county may pe had at low figures. This is the j o Best Farming Region in Phillips county and prices arc" no higher than ) else where. Lands cared for for non-residents. S A. MATTESON, Dana, Kansas. Professional Cards. V. O. BiaSELL, ATTORNHV-AT-LAW IMhYe Plrst door anu'b. of Herald office nude I'hinpi Coantj beat. Lw and ebataecte. W. N. MOORE, A tornay-at-Law. "te'-ltl attention given to Oommereia. Lew f ollectlnns and Bankruptcy practice; also Keel (slate and Insnrance. Not' In offlre Office first dir weal of thi post office I'hllllptberg, Ksasis, W. G. BISSElL, Abstract tnd Loans. The only ahsolnU"ly reliable set of AhstM ItcM.'k In the caunly. Money loaned nit r 1 e'Hi .No mi tsiMi. OiHee In basement if ( I hlll't,s (,'nnntv Hank W. H. PRATT, Lawyer. Phil!arbu'g, Kiasit. Olllco ovor I'hllllps Omnty Hank. 2fi yours n-Kidi'iicp In county. Special fikcllltirit fur making collect Ions. Ilctrre by permission In l'hlllla Comity in first Natteal flanks DR. K. W. POPE, DENTIST. Tlione 4n. Otiice over PoRtofllce. Chilllpshiiru. KiinnaH. m ARCADE SHAVING PARLORS, t jj Simtsox A Wravkh, Trops. jfj For bltfb e'iM Tentorial wn'k, m Gnaran'red Xaiisfv.iloii end I'lea-ore- W J shoe Rim 11 1 rail jjj m Onr MiT. never roll voir k.lr ft, r.r give yon any a'n, n ff Wm hT.r ktiD vnn In tb rns'e w I i-l'l J" mlM the train. Z UNDKRIUSSKLL, HOTEL, w eiX n.-..-. ... Kansas. HOUSE CONCURRENT RE50LU- TION NO. 6. Proposition to Amend Section 14 of Article a of the Constitution of the State of Kanscs. Be It resolved by the Legislature of the Slate or Kansas, Uo-iuirds of the members elected to each house thereof concurring therein: suction 1. The following proposl I Ion loaiuuud the constitution of the stale of Kansas Is hereby submitted u the qualified electors i-f the state i- their approval or rejection: That ction 14 ot article 2 be amended so . to read as follows: Section 14. Kvery bill and Joint resolution parsed oy the House of Representatives and senate, shall, within two days there after, be signed by the presidium olll cers, and presented to the governor; If he approve, be shall sign it; but if not, he Khali return it to the House ot Representatives, which shall enter the objections at large upon Its journal and proceed to reconsider the same. If, after such reconsideration, two thirds of the mum tiers elected shall aree to pass the bill or resolution, it shall be sent, wi:h the objections, to the Senate, by which it shall likewise b reconsidered, and If approved by two-thlrde of ail the members elected. It shall become a law, Rut in all such cases, the vote shall be taken by yeus and nays, and entered upon I lie journals of each house. If any bill shall not he returned within three days, (Sundays excepted j.after It shall have been presented to the governor It shall become a law in like manner as If he had sinned It, unless the Leg islature, by Its adjournment, prevent, Its return, in which case it shall not become a law. ir any bill presented to the ifovprnor contains several Items of appropriation of monny, hp may ob ject to one fir mor of 'such Items while approving tho other portion of tb.p bill, In such casr he hhail append to the bill at the time of slunlnt' it. a statement of the Item or it ems to which he objects, and tho reasons therefor, and shall transmit such statement, or a copy thereof, to the iiouse or iiepresentativps, nnd anv appropriation so objected to shall not take elfect unless reconsidered and ap proved by two-thirds of th memhprs elected topach house, and if so recon sidered and approved, shall rakee(Tct ina hecome a part of fhhll .In which case the presiding oillcers of eneh house shall eertlfv tin such bill such fact, of reconslderal Ion and approval. Suction 2 This proposition shall bo submitted to the electors of the state at the ypneral election of reprp sentatlvesln tbp year lnni for their approval or rejection. The amend ment nereny proposed shall hp ripsle nated on the oftlnlal ballot bv the fol lowing title: "The vpf.o amendment to the constitution," and shall hp voted for o against, as provided by law, under such title. Suction : This resolution shall take effect and he In force from and after Its publication in the statute-hock. Passed l he Hons Fehruary !). I'M. Paused the Senate Fehruarv IP, V.m. I herehy cprtiry that the for iHnir Is a true and correct enpv of ordinal Housp concurrent resolution No. fi, now on file In mv o'tlce. J. R. BURROW, Secretary of State. A S?.onable Off T. The successful business man of the city reads his trade paper as a part of his business and thus keeps posted In his territory. The successful business man In the country selects as his trade paper that agricultural or live stock Journal which ylvpshim Inform ation In regard to the cllmatel and soil conditions under which he must work. This is why the Kansas Farm er has for forty-two years been the tireat farmers' text book of the West. It Is published in Kansas, hy Kansas men, and for Kansas farmers. It maintains depart menta In airlcullure livestock, horlculture. poultry, diary, household, apalry, you n folks, and the markets, ach of which are edited by an expert. We are jrlad to announce that we have just mado arrangements by which wo can furnish this ureat farm paper and the Herald both for one vear, for only 1 fin. Write postal card to Kansas Farmer Company, Topeka, Kans.. for a sample copy and mention the rhlllipsbur? Herald. Points for Social Workers. There are In tho twenty-elf;ht met ropolitan boroughs of London 291,725 working hnyg who have no placo but tho streets to play In, with the excep tion of 29,912 of that number, who are members of one of the 4t!5 boys' clubs, of thp right kind anfl under efficient management already In existence. Put In another way. out of every 628 boys the existing clubs only receive fifty five as members, leaving 673 boys or 91 per cent of the total, without the means of healthy recreation and amusement of any kind except the streets. So. too, out of 324,905 work Ing clrls only 22.079 are members of the 267 girls' clubs. That Is to say, that out of every 1,217 girls, the girls eliibs only receive eighty-three as members, leaving 1.134 girls, or 93 per cent of the total, without the means of healthy recreation or amuse ment except the streets. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH r'EMUYROYAL PILLS nfl. A!""-. Mt.bl-. I.atte; auk Pmrr'rt n I 1114 MK.HTI.K N CS4.MMI In ttti and Wnl4 ni.-tiHe bux-, aeleit with btn rhtorn. f at' other. Ker aancemua .akall. Mllnjaa4 Imllallsaa, Ki of roui ln(t, r ! . In Kemp. e,r Part Iralara. Tatl Moalala ami Rllrf fnr lHle." in mar MalL !, ItMintotiMua. boid M ili lninia. CHIOHB8TIK CHSMICAL OO. 119 nMlta aqaan, fHILA., afttt tea) ft GRADED 8YSTEM OF ROBBERY. Thrifty Mllllenalre Indignant at Ex tortion in Hotels. Patrick Drlscoll, tbo millionaire of Arizona, says he will visit the SI. Louis fair this summer. Mr. Drls coll, with an Income of $80,00" a month, spends only $30 monthly. He lives In a small clean cottage and he cooks his own meals. "Big expenditures mean waste," he said the other day. "I could spend all .my Income without difficulty, but I wouldn't get the worth of each dollar. I would only bo encouraging waste, extravagance and doublo dealing on every side. "Take, for Instance, hotel life, where you pay $10 or $12 a day. That kind of life Is full cf duplicity. "Suppose I go to a $10 a day hotel. My shoe slits a half Inch and I say to tlio bellboy: " 'Take this shoo to the cobbler and have It patched up.' "An hour later the cobbler's er rand bey brings the shoe back. lie hands It to the porter. 'Here's a patched shoe from Room 31,' he says. 'It's 10 cents.' "The pcrt',r hands the shoe to the hall boy. 'Patched shoe for 31,' he says. 'It cost 15 cents. I paid it. Give me the money.' "The hall boy takes the shoe to the bellboy. 'Here's your patched shoe. You owe me a quarter on It,' says he. "And the bellboy, finally, brings the shoe to me. 'Your shoe,' he says. 'It cost a half dollar. I paid for It, sir.' "A day or two later I meet the cob bler. " 'By the way,' I ask, 'what did you charge for patching that shoe of mine?' " 'Why, nothing,' answers the cob bler." Directors Were Dumbfounded. Once there was a rich man a very rich man who wanted to do some thing handsome for a struggling insti tution of learning. He called the directors together and said to them: "Gentlemen, I purpose giving your Institution $5,000,000." "But." they said, after they had re covered from their surprise, "it will be Impossible for us to raise the $10, 000,000 that will be needed In order to secure your munificent gift." "You will not need to' ralso any $10,000,000," he replied; "the donation will bo unconditional." "Then the money will be Invested in bonds or real estate, we presume, and we shall be allowed to use the In come In erecting new buildings and paying running expenses?" they fal tered. "Not at all," responded the rich man. "The gift will be In cash, to be used In any way you please, and when It Is all gone there will be another $5,000,000 at your disposal, gentlemen, If you have spent the first sum wise ly." The directors consulted together in whispers and then quietly sent for an officer. The man evidently was Insane. Dannerous Mexican Weed to Smoke. Manuel Guerrero and Florenclo Pino had got the "marihuana" habit, and for the last few wieks Aad been smoking big cigarettes In which to bacco was mixed with tho dangerous weed. Tuesday afternoon the two men smoked cigarettes composed ol tobacco In smaller proportion than marihuana, and after a few minutes ran amuck. Then went out Into the street shout ing, vociferating and attacking every body. First they marched hand In hand, declaring that they were the bravest men on earth and would kill anybody who dared to say a word to the contrary, but at last Pino de clared thnt he was still braver than his friend, and a fight followed, the two receiving dangerous wounds. They were captured and sent to the hospital, where they had to be pn' Into straltjackcts. It is feare? that the two men, if they recovc from their wcunds, will lose their minds permanently, as Is te case often with marihuana smokers. Mex ican Herald. Raw Eggs a Tonic. A raw epg Is an excellent tonlo a-vl is veiy stiengthenlr.g. If prepare! In tho following way It Is really a delicious drink. Put the yolk of an egg into a dish with a teaspnonfu; of white 8uar and a teaspoonful of orange or lemon Juice, and beat light ly together with a fork. Put tho wtltes on a plate and add a pinch of salt; then, with a brosd bladed knife, beat It to a stiff froth. Now, as light ly as possible, mix all together In the dish, then as lightly transfer it to a clean tumlier, which it will nearly fill if properly mads. It must not stand In a warm place, as It soon be comes liquid and loses its snowy look. Any fruit Juice may be used In place of orange ct lemon. . "Toilet" for Horses. A beauty hospital fnr horses has been established in Europe. Here horses have their coats electrically masBaged. their hoofs manicured, and their teeth filled and whitened; and here they learn to stand properly and to move lu all the fashionable gaits. Probably the most Interesting and novel operation to witness Is the elec trical massaging of a horde's coat, This has the same effect on the coat of a horse as on the scalp of a man; It makes the hair thick and fine and glossy, and, where the skin has been rubbed bare, It brings on a new growth. Uncle 8m' Rolling Stock. Uncle Sara's passenger rolling stock would make a solid train COO mile lOCJ. Honors Were Even. Haxfleld Parrish, the Illustrator, has a picturesque house in Vermont, and from this pleasant hrmo he often makes excursions Into the wildest and most Isolated parti of ti;e State. During a recent visit to New York Mr. Panish said: "I stopped overnight at a lonely Ver mont faun last month. The house commanded a barren and desolate landscape. It was anything but gay. "I remember the brief conversation I had with tho farmer as ho showed me to my bed. " 'A very quiet place,' I said. " it is,' said he. " 'Docs a newspaper ever find its way here?' " 'Seldom.' " 'Then,' I said, 'you don't hear much of what is going on in New York, eh?' " 'No,' caid the farmer, grimly, 'but then, you sec, they don't hear much in New York of what is going on here, cither.' " Funny Anyway. William Winter, the dra.natlc critic, Is thought by some to write the worst hand of any man living... There may have been giants in tho past, men like Horace Greeley, who surpassed him, but 1:0 one his equal remains. Some years ago Mr. Winter was traveling In Scotland, and having had many amusing experiences, wrote an account of them to U. H. Stoddard, in New York. Mr. Stoddard received the letter at lire1.1 fast, and, combin ing famiiiar'ty with tl'e Intuitions of the poet, ir.auei;nU to make it out, and erjoyed several good laughs. He glanced up at Mrs. S'oddard and said: "It's from William Winter. Very funny. Want to read it?" "You know I can never road a word of his writing," answered Mrs. Stod dard. "Oh, that doesn't matter," replied Mr. Stoddard, Kissing the letter over; "It's just as funny to look at!" Bos ton Pr-t. VETERINARY SURGEON 1 have 'rrnte l the McDowell sale tan and will use same for a traitilnir barn and VETERINARY HOSPITAL See me for all kinds of vi terl nary work. T,D. HAUGHEY. tf pnt The nme Eldredc; has stood for the 1 yJl BEST in the Sewing Machine W orld. m . . Here Is a New Eldredgci BETTER I hirtV thn EVER, and Superior 10 all a llil J others. Costive take-up; self set- tiiip needle; self threading Shuttle; I Clf nutomntic tension relense;nutomntic 441 O bobbin winder; positive four motion feed; capped nedille bar; noiseless self adjusting roller bearing wheel, steel pitman; five ply lamiunted woodwork, with a beautiful set of nickeled steel attachments. Ask. your dealer for the Improved F.lflrede I'D ' and do not buy any machine until you have icen it. National Sewing Machine Co. BELViDERE, ILLINOIS. TIME TABLE. PH1LLIPSCLRQ, KANSAS. fhe "nlghi Road" to anu Iroin and between CHICAGO ST. LOUIS MUMI'Mli PEORIA 5T. JOSr.PH KANSAS CITV OV1AMX UUNVKR COI.OKADO SI'RINa FOr WOKTrl ST. P-W'L rilNNHAPOI.IS and everywhere bryunil. Trahia leave l'liilh-h:irif as fulloWB! iCt nirnl Time. 1 h'ulbound. S, t, I'isi Express, stop ai hn- ptrt.-m points (,nlv..rtai,v 7:?n a n. No. In. M:iil;nil Kspiess .1 . -i I v IJ:.-u., m Nu. -S Local I'assenifor dally 4;45 in No. 42, l.intilerl. stnp at limii't am puiiits only... . ...rl;. i y 0:l"O p m No. "'I. tl Frelirht lailv S:4" a n, Nu Local Frriirht ... .ex. Sun. t .)ii m Westbound. So. J, Kxpr daily l,n o n Si... Kast F.xpres 1 . i 1 i n- Xi. '.'7 Local I'asseii) er .... daily 1I:.'S a m No 41, I.iirt'ted. si p at important points oiiW dai y I fO p m N. 'i7, Kat Ktviffi,' daily ln:;i p m No. 7'. Lvl i'rriv t. .. ex. Sun W p m Nos. ST and CS. daily except Sunday, li-imai Time Kor slrruinir car fserta'ions, tickets, time tables. etc , applv to anv Rock Island Ticket Agent. J.A.STEWART. Ass't Gen'l. Pas'i-nirer Airrnt, Kansas Citv. Mn RTP'A-X'S- Tal.ules lectors find A Rixxl prescript Ion For iniinkttio". Thc -renf ps'Vsrr la enr?,"h fnr miial nr-a one Tbefum'l' h ttle i eri.ii rn.itini anp ply rnr yesr. Ai'irn;rfisi eeu in. ift Wanted A hrlirht encrkfeilcyour"- man to act as solicitor. Oiorl conn mission, if d work for (he rluhi party A rustler can make l',M'd wanes. In- ulrc at, tbi utlia 4 . tj v, Ul n If you arc interested in a business education write for our elegant 92-page illustrated catalogue and free trial lessons in shorthand. Central Business College ELEGANT NEW BUILDING m m aanaaf 1312-1314 Grand Avenue 13th Year. KANSAS CITY. MO. Write for Special September Club Rates. 0(0OCKK00 Livery, Feed and Sale Barn. KYSAR BROTHERS PROPRIETORS. Successors to C. J. Fleml-'j. We arc putting in some new equipment and respectfully solicit your patronag-e. Prompt attention day or night. Phone no. 6 G. N. AND QCMXHCK0K0KKX Dr. HALLETT'S REMEDIES. PectYit'ati'vi CrtA'iA r'irtflea the Plnnd and regulstea the Kldnsys and LI- IeSlOraUVC V-OrUldi ., , nr.sSern(n1. Moll.. Kryslpelas, Eczema, Salt Khuim Pats-rh, lllven. Plmp es, rUinimatlum, .ypMIt, Veueral dlreaee and rkln erupt Inna, Ir TKOlnrlt. and Uift-insllnn n the kidneys. Uillhn-npss, Hick Headahe, Indigestion. Dyspepsia IrteunleiliT sin' ( nn-iisntlnn ol the Bowels, alnklnp sensation and flattering of the heart, lack of nieriiy. Nerinisnpss. Sleepy and drowsy fecllun. In.tlnes- and loss of Appetite. It strengthens ind hnl ds tip the most dnlicate system. It la a pleasmit lajattre, relleylni the bowels of all iiapnr Hies, clesnslnir the systrm effedtaally. Its scttou Is mild ai d snothlbg. prevents fevers and la plessant to lki- It df',s wnb nl-ease as It ex sts, rem ives the eanse yn rebuilds the cnusMttitlin. it ba he, r trted by tbonsntide H people and found to perform almost miracles It ma be takari by old and yimou of nmh a.-xea Lulles whose d dlcate system roqulrua a aeuedr that will act gn tly and h entirely safe under all c ludmune shnuid taku It It will give yon sfength, new life aad amMtlou. Yon shnuid nut delay but go at oncu and securu a bottle: price, 1 1.00. f-jf5i7i Otl'or 1'i'ernal or eilern.nl nee Cores fthanmatlsm. Nenr1l. VAlrailVe JU Toothache, Knracbe. Headache, Sore Throat, La me Back, I'aln 'n the Stomsch, Cramp Oolic. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, hammer l.nmpl iint, Cholera Morbus. Wounds 'iii. -peslns llr ilses. Swelling. Luniosy t. lull mm itlon. Ivy Piion, Bee gtlnga, stl8 Julnts, linut, Contrneti d Jlnscles. De- p Heated and Mutcn'ar Pains, Krost ll'tos. Bunions, fnrns, Violent 'li hiii of ihu ,-klii nd li II imution of the kl'lne. It laeonthlntf and heallnii, It la a remady that urines r cc.'sfiil In almost every cise if taknu In tlm) It will reliuve the most obstinate esse, and fieri suVks Urn 'I'here is no medicine en Important, and need 'ill evir offered tit the public, so anr. sefsfuland effectfuul iu rehevlnfl pal'i. It la a true friend i i tlmi aches and pains, It deals wish ihe "isessu effectually, striking a tlio very root, rom'ivl'iu the chs. It has keen tested br tbos ssnds ot penpie at d toniid to pcrfotiu nuudure, it may Oe tafceu by old aud rotiag ef both tex. Good for tuao aud beast. I'lice 5U cutis. T unrr Ra1;an-i f nres rourts r-nlde, Creep, Hoarseness, Whooping Concli i-UIlg Li&izam Brotir.hltia. I .', .niM iiion ot the Lnn. Hore Threat, Spitting nf Blood, Loss UI Voire, Asthma, (julnsy, ji lle..e. Tickling sensatioh in the throat, blrllcnlt Hreiithing. Ilarkinx i ongh soreness ol chest and Consnmptlon, where the dreaded disease haa not ilrenriy advsncud beynna medical aid. Clergymen and rtpeskera, will And this medicine valuable, is it acts nlrei upon the Hvnnchl.il Tnhes, removing 'hi Pnleijni and renders the voice clear (n't distinct. It irlvs Instant roil f, it matters Dot ho sevure yo ,r congh mtv belt la sontniog and hesling to the throat an I lui.t's. Ills perfectly hsrmlnss. and pleasant to the taste and gives a most instant ri'ii, f It l uckniiwiedgod to bo one of the most relinb e me 'Iclne tnsde for the throat and lungs. It throws off a. I the nffunrtad mxtter, clears ihe luhue ot all Impurities and leavea them in a braiihy rnndltion thus leaving the air psssages freo but Ides iuvlgoratmg aad itrengthalng the geueral system. It sores life. 1'tice jUceute. Tfic-o Rimr4ie Prepared only hy Dr. I. F. Nallett, Phll'lpshnrg, Kansas. X IltoU XXUIltaiei Are sold by dragglete and J. L. McCormlck. Pullllpsburg. ADVKUTLSIXG IS A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. YOU BUY IT AS AN INVESTMENT AND YOU WANT YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME. YOU GET IT WHEN YOUR AD IS PLACED IX A GOOD MEDIUM. THE HERALD COVERS THE FIELD IX PHILLIPS COUNTY AND GIVES YOU THE FULL VALUE OF YOUR MONEY. TRY IT. McPHEI:SOH COLLET A institwt$ cf .wttnng n--.1e4 by n other in the state. aVonU f(!inn:d At any time. VaKr-a1 Gn". t(toi Trhn Lift j-U. ill I u5 -.itn in n nn-t wi i n rh-n- ncMr nnc1 i r'Ti:i ily for nii rn t i rnr f . i )n lliifin, tlm At-t.i-.n,li . i in C i -tlm i' rrtnti.tin rn- i i nu-' r tV- l(r ;rii I (Vl'IW'lll I- .'f ft rtU ot rwnn-tn.i i r -mcb i.-tiLlt ia bt H ni- I. ml ' u nT be rn n',ir- it 'i l'h"f'-n 'ii,.fr n-r,t"irfprt I iriMnitt.rn uml innf.-nai In Im -. to irh tflf rvs- M )., Jhrii ..tnr f 11.'' . k irirf , "-r 'rflti r . .,. II. rit-Jtir Tf etfireU ' ,f aMH-aI I in n -.n i,'tr- tr,tf,,isiriiii!' m I (hy I i.p-irtnT. tl:, 1 i"i.n i W i.da U; Hcw&t !l1rf. C u t- si:i,i r I ' ',-. V-, -Jfy.- t.-:-i ml S. C. 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