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LOSS OF LIFE HEAVY.
SnOT TIIROUGH THE HEART. Many Vrt.rU WrrrUril In Mnnt Off Siiulli African nnil-11 ft Moil. ! Wiialird lnre. )Iunrur Man lrlra Intruder Iron III 1 1 o 4 l.allr r t h-uard Uy a lol autl Killed. tr muni, mailed fhee. A. . FK Ell. I'ontiratlona. Inflatuni i inu ( ilun. Linn Frx-rr, .Milk Fevrr. II. II. Vll IK Lainenraa. Injurlra. t IKis i ICht-uiiialiain. r.C.jMlUK TIIHOAT. Uuloay, KpUootic. t'lit:s ( Dlatriuprr. 'tkVuwll,!,i' ,0- rub. K. I". rOt'lti. nld. Influenza. Inflamed rrifcn t.und. I'lruro-l'iirunioiila. F. F.M OI.H'. llrlliaclif. Wlnd-Hlov n. 1 1 ntK t IHarrhra, I ntr . ii.il. Prevent MIM'MtHIAUE. KHKY A IIL ADDI-ll IUM)IU)F.IIN. I.I. kl llE Minir, Eruption riutu I I err. .rra Farcy. .1. K. II ll OMM TION. Marin I'nal. TRj I titl Itf t'ol ion. Moiiiat-ti Mnut-ra. OH, each; Stahli I'a', Ten Sh-Mc. lk, Ac. 7. At ilriiiKVln. or wilt pr'iall n nivlpt of prlee. Humphrey Medk-lue Co., Cor. William J. John tatret-u. New York. Sold hv H. S. WliBB, Alma. Mich. fleios Pratt, Tensorial Parlors I-'irs.-class work ami satis faction guaranteed First door south of li. W. Kllison's Grocery, State-st 3C an JAY ALVERSON ALMA. MICH Contractor and Bulldor. Estimates Made ou Ap plication. - C. H. DECKER Contractor and Builder. ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISH EI' ALMA. MICH C;ii' Toxxn, Sept. 2. Kiliteen ves sels, mostly sailing r:i f I , haxe heen ) ri fit n shore in 11 pale at Tort Klia- heth. I'ixe of 1 li III were dashed to pieees ,uul all tin- members of their crews were lust. Txxu tue iiImi are reported to haxe finnulered, ami a score f lighters are ashore. Sir .John (irlon Spri'. Whe pre mier, vaiil in the house of nemlly Monday afleriioon that he feared the loss of life from the pale would be enormous. The storm broke shortly before midnight Sunday nk'ht and was ac companied by a delude of rain and brilliant liyhtnin. The niyht wan xerx dark. Several tn went out to the assistance of the emlanyered i'sids, but nothimr "a xisible from the shore at Port Kliabeth. except, the eoniinual flashes of rockets as signals of .listless. Daylight re-eali-il tie beach at the north end of l'o:i bay strewn with ecK ly in hiu'li an I dry. while others were in the surf and lei:i:r swrpt by the hue bieakers. With the ex.-eptioti of four ess,.l which folindelt'd with all hi'cU. every sailitiir vc-cl in the roadstead was ashore by midday. Many steamers, after weathering t''( storm all niyht. sfeamed out to ea at da break l'ifty bmlies have al readv lo'i-n washed ashore. II iu Mill 'I'll miKM llnnil. Milwaukee. i-.. Sept. I.- The Wr .'e:er Lumber companx. a tu w corpo ration of which ( . II. Worcester, of ihb citx. is president, and former At tornex (iciieral W. H. Mxb-r. of Madi m,ii, secretary and treasurer, has just completed the purchase of a bi' mill at hassels. Mit h.. which was for merlx owned by the Sturgeon liixer l'.ootu company, and over 17. ."no acres of timber land. The company now holds lou.i'ou .noo feet urhascd and under option. The property acquired js valued at about $:ii0.ou(). Mini Droit iiy a 11 Uinxln. J.!t( hfielii. III.. Sept. - Monday niht xxhi!e Ix iny on a s,,fa reading his mail Sxlvestcr Murphx. 3D xcar" old, a fa rtner. x a shot a in! in a n t ly K i 1 1 e i . The assassin exidently .stood close tc the xxindovx. through which he tired. There is no reaon xliy the attack should have been made and the xxidow has no .suspicion as to whom the cul prit is. oloiir !;taltllhrtl. Keokuk, la.. Aul'. n..- A number of Anii-li have bought 1 . f m m 1 acres of land near Mexer, ,o miles sotitli of the line in Illinois on the Mississippi river, and haxe established a colony. The purchases ;.iv amounted to.fio,-0i0. Monroe, Sept. I.-- W alter I. einerand, lately of Toledo, came home Friday noon and found a man, a rreuchmati, in the house with hisxxife. A quarrel ensued, the unknown inallx iu tin i ii from the house. An oilicer attempt ed to arrest him, xxh.n he ran down Third htieet. a crowd purs-uing. The en : ".ssaultt i" xxas raided, and the mob beoan to sii,ot. The man run into a cornticld. where he xxas unrounded and shot dead, a bullet penetrating his heart. The woman denied that there xxasaux assault. The 1 vx o men xx hose Kltts killed the v ic t i m a re k mvx 1.. a ml arrests will soon en-ue. Mrs. la 11. el and sit x s-: "The man vx as sit t i ntr i n t he pa 1 lor xv i t h me xx he n m h usb.i nd ea me home. There xxas not h in Lr xx ping. M rs. l.etueraml later t Id the sheritT tlmt the dead man Is .lo-eph l.alaryc. IU!i I herrx street, Toledo. She s;,ys that he and I.abar"e had planned an elope ment . TRAGEDY ENDS A FEUD. At;eil liiriiirr Xinr M iiikr k ii Klllt III tin 11 11 tl Willi ml a a Nfiulilotr. Muskegon. Sept. 2. Daxid 1'. .Jones, ndf -confessed murderer, is locked up under a strong guard at the county jail here for the shooting of his son John and also the xxoundlng in the hip of a farmer named Henderson. All the part ies reside in 11 ol ton township. The tragedy occurred Sundax morning at the fa rm of t he elder .lames a lid is t he result of a feud of sexeral months' standing belxxeen the father and son oxer a former housekeeper. I.ucv I.exx i. The xictim of the affair had been for some time past residing xxith a farmer named Henderson, a mile from his father's house. COAL MINES BOOMING. Ml eh luti 11 Operator Are I'aoliintC the orU Mure Miner Ire Xer le.l. WIS) dust Two oats" DETtflT&mJFFALO I s IVI ( DETR01TyDUFFALCL Improved Dally Express Service 14 HOURS BCTWCCN DETROIT AND BUFFALO Leave DETROIT Daily . 4 00 P. M. Arrive BUFFALO Daily 7-30 A. M. ()tinr.-1ion. with all r-Jlfwuf. for jwiuU EiT. Leave BUFFALO Daily 5.30 P. M. Arrive DETROIT Daily 7-30 A. M. C.ii,n-tltif Di Krlit tram, for all point in HI) 1111 u.l llixiUM.ti.i llh l A I . MSB of .ti-aiii' r. t.ir I ( r'-n.t I jk Suihimt Kv-rt, h. nl 2 f r 1 1 lutriit. inihfU ti. r .!. )Uit tvn ltrnt anil Huff ai '2.4llnn . VIM) rxtin.i tr-p lu-rtlj. II.IMI, l.iO; htitriTixiiu. J.0li . h dtriH.tiou. 1 1 y u r railway agent will tr t sell ymi :i throuli tii ket, p!e.is- luiy n I'kmI tii-W-t t UnlT.ilo -r D.tr.ut aii'l ay ymir tr;itisU-r charges from Irimt to wli.irf liy 1'uik this we will suvr von j.'t.OO to any t ut Kat -r Wr'st A. A. SCHANTZ, Q. P. A., Dttroit, Mich. FIVE DROWNED. FO' t jne Favors a Texan. "Having distressing pains in head, bai k and stomach, and heint w ithout appetite, I began to use I)r King's New Life rills," vxtite I'. Whitehead, of Kennednle, Tex., "ami soon felt like a new man." Inlallible iu Stomach and liver troubles Only 25c at Sharrar& Mu'holland's drug store. f INPLIL HARlTf IN! YOUTH W MAKE NERVOUS, WEAK, DISEASED MEN. 1 I iMy ir. Toiith, overxertiiin of mind and body TU: RCCIIf T of l? urn ink iiwtfwt.i induclt find f st a re liapfir? si 1 f tiiou y-J at ka eifl zie, at the t we rv, I u inon ) l it !i 1 1 . ia all ti. m tn'o . t e t. ! XVihiihi r-u'. f: . Y j . . 1 1 cjrz- wi:m r. -! .s-i 51 1. .11 1 . 1 11 1 I nil , U leaf I ii':;lii 1 v li !! 11 ! tr .;:!(: f: . buiir tn s u; ' WVf. .1 m in Ir. fttr, rip-'it. Tr. akilt.il a (i. 1 r.-sp'in ,i I li'i.nci caa b cjrod lv nr;ui li! U .ii.'t'.' t ' ad e x ft nure are conttaut ly w i-i W lug t he li re 9 t rroiri tri voutisj men. S ''rv faJ a"d wittier ra-tliMl, while oilers are forced t drag' out a i la. e or ton fort t'icre. TL victims are found Yy ..I 1, t-... .1. n..r .... . l..t'r . and th rro:-- on. Ntr6 0&!Mty I'd Sfflinj 'ri'itwu'-'i ell'tiH't . Metfirj T:e jtnirt or fl ; T (. 2 -, ear i -I !f Irm :. It i:,k m L ELSE. FA. LED. Ka nimti uird mtnout f .1 id TL K s,- in y. f.r.j ut written eens'.!. t , i.;is I led a k'-iy t- i I'.av Cit. Sept. 1. Wi.rkat theeonl Ttiities (if tav c'tn-t is 1 . 1 1 w on in full blast, and the etTici- of" the recent st rike are r:ipii!l n i.t jipea rtni:. When' the new Hritidv I'.ros. m jri e i : i n s t- 1.1 1 i n and the llev lleela ( eiuetlt ci Mti pa n s mine i- opeiicd in th f.m-se of ano:h-r n-k thi- cinn:t will double its coal output. All the old tnir.es ;ue ninnini; with larger Clews than before the s - i K bej.Mll. to -uppiv the i ncreasi inr demand. There i room for more men. and more are arriviry evt-t v d t from Ohio am! the eat. Iliii llmlier llenl. Sayinaw, Sept. . A rcpor: comes from I u 1 tit li that a dc?.l is beiii- re potiated whereby Mitchell Me ( lure, formerly of Sayinaw, dispos.i of ih.dr sawmill jilant. h'iro-iny rail toad and standinp timber at Ibiluth and in Minnesota to Alper. Smith A' ( o., of Detroit. The consideration will reach near the million mark. The sawmill manufactures .V), (mm), hoi) feet f lumber annually. Dropped llenil. Tor; Huron. Mich.. Sept. 1. An ab rupt end came to the family reunion held at the home of William I'.ranMi in thi city recently. A l.irpe num ber of relatives hud pathered and Mr. .lames I! ranch was one of the party, together with her husband. She complained of headache and iu a few minute dropped dead. Heart diseas was the cause. I BALLOON 15 WRECKED. II 11 r Hen ne I'll I n 11 I '. ml In Journey ut Drill rr A e run 11 11 1 Nil I.ir l.oit. j l)ener. Col.. Sept. 2. --After rt lapse of more than :.' I hours, duiino- l.ich no word was received from the thii-e aeronauts who left Itotiver Sundax to try for a transcontinental .balloon xoyape. a feleyram catn I Monday niyht annoiittcino- thnt th airship had been wrecked in a storm "7 miles north of I'l 'ience. Col. Al though bruised and somewhat frost bitten the occupants were not seri ously hurt. The storm first struck the balloon at '.:''.() Sunday nipht. and lo-tween that hour and daylight th eperience of the aeronauts xxas ter rible in the extreme. Three times the balloon xxas carried oxer Pike's I'eak and the last time it xva nec essary to throw, out all of the xvater, provisions and instruments in order to clear the rocky summit of the mountain. At daxliphf a l.tfilinp xxas made and Mond.tx niyht the men reached I'lorenee. The adxenturou men are Thomas l'.aldxxin nnd Percy Hudson, both experienced balloon isfs. and C. L. Shortman, BIGC0RN CROP. a : 1 m irric t. V." Ik: r., tnl 1 iter icesHoi r- ,u" . M r Ui lr.e i". Ml."':' l I.ifo xv I tri.-.l evrrt tlonk' i rt :i M V ,Y K" if ? r a ' . t ll V K .1 1 1 V' 3 rt d i"d nit s veirs .11; . Thr-v are honest "t t't'i iaue e..a;Wi all l'kir -hfii tou U vna eia 1 tr. ublo for in i.ame a:'ected at d u .itifar'orv and .M .1 . '. - Al ..(! I I . ' 1 I.l.iK f Thir Ww !!th.ht iil v. I fel and act I rd 1 CORES Gt'tfiiMEO CH 13 Kl ixfiz WAwM B!rK Free !Jf itae l:e:l.X2X Drs. Kennedy & Kcrgan, M!r- R r Made in two styles at $20 $30 A USES PLAT V5SV Indestructible Records Which CAM DE hmndlmd without dang of bmlng Irdurmd, 7Ssss-?X fas 7-lnrh Rnrordj 50c coch; $5 per doz. lO.mrh Ifornrrlc SrjS ' SI each; SIO per doz. Doth Sizos can" to used on oUhor stylo of Disc Graphophono. For further Information, mddromm f . ' f , (SoDumltiiia Phonograph Go., 238-240 Woodward Ave., DETROIT, MICH. tianlener. Uniplnln. iiiia. Sept. 1. Ionia L'artleVefs are fore becane t h e s t a t e of M ich ipa li, a s represented by 1 he t a t c re for ma t or y in this citx. i- runninp opposition to them, sellinp garden triuk raised in the prison y;,rdef,s xx itli conx ict labor at price, lower than the uvular par tieuei s can afford to do so. Wnitt Help. Crystal Palls. Sept. 1. The revival in thrt iron iiiininp indiistrv has auscd a LTieat shortage of labor in this xicitdty ami the dcm.ind is over I. Oho men ahead of the supplx. He sides the miners xxanted. Jni; han.' .vill be needed shortly f . r the new xv lepxvarc factorv. MIcliiKmi I'ii t iu n t r r . sainaw. Sept. t. As tl meet it r , f the Michican Post uiMstei - " ;. c; r f. n this citx m pt en. I - r i . t. i v : It"rs iHe epei-t ed. The -f.-ii n- ui!' be held ill the P. P. V. J ;;lact . I I . trtie-ts will be e n f e r' ;, : :. (! at tle.b fer.s th.eater al.i Kiv et i !e j rk. A Mtillillnu Itituiii. Caiae. Sept. !.- lap.c i- haxitip a boom thi. jar in the bi'dt.'inp line. P.esi' s ; 1 ia ir n-t buiii'irij's of the lew p'-at facti i x . a !ari:e three-, torx hotcj. ;i c ii t-nt f aci oi . s ' x .tores ., nd l." new ia .s i in es haxe been or are he ir, p built. I'rotnluent l.nxi;r Dead, I.aitslnp. Aup. V.I. Ilchard A. Mont oiiierx.a leading iceinber i f the Inp 'lain coimtx bar since 1 T". a ml one of the I test known a 1 1 or lie x s of the stale, lied at the family residence in thi oty. He xx a- nearlx t.T ears of ape. To unie n t n l lil t e. I'olitiac. Sept. 1- The iieiiioratic 'mix ent ion for t he Sixt h cotiijre.ss iona I iistrict of Mic higan xxill be held heie in Thursday. September H. a t 11 j'clock a. in. nld to He l'nt llnnuer from 1'aaal ouri'ea nn tl a Hchv) Yield la In ii ml. rhieapo, Sept. 1. Aceordinp to the current isiie of the Corn Pelt an ini- niene crop of corn i tnaturinp iti the tie hK of Nebraska, low a, northern Kansas, northern Missouri and north eastern Colorado. Ijeport irathered from '."0 ayent in the territory cov ered indicate that the silk and tasel haxe MTxed their functions nd are withered and that the crop is f;tr odxar.ced as to be practically "made" and past danper from any un;il .source. Th's, .same reports say all fctnall trrairis are cut and in the stack and that thrashing ha - reasonably pro gressed. YorUhful Conn tr felt rr. ' I)ubuiue. Ia.. Aup. :;o.-t lyle Kllit, Koy (Irepory, Willie Kdson and Prank Quinlan xxere arrested Prida x . charped xxith n-.akirii: and passiry counterfeit Jinies. The loys confessed and pave V) mold crudely made of Lrli k. Foley's Kidney Cur m ikes the tlis ensed kidneys sound so they will eiuiit' ite the pis'tis from tli- hi . od 'A t rr ir Mu h.llaiid. ( ld Moo, n A V kll I'.V 111 T'" tloll They led.eYe. W j Want to Son You! Venn tell xxhi' nukes xoir etes blur a d xo tr he id swim You ate 'uliotis and Dr Oab'w. 1 'sSxrup Pep sin vv.ll cure ( u or h- tnautif inurtrs w II rt-fund yn.i the ptoch ise i r:t e Mold bv Sharrar iSi Muil ol and llonliiinl Flllril a It h IViiiplii ea nf (he lliitlle I reel. n 1 1 n r I n m lrui'U l m Menmer. Pattle (reek. Aup. .'.0. - I'ive em phixes of the llattle ( reek sanitarium, nurses, probationers ami stenograph ers, vxere drovxiieu at Pake I !o" micas a iiilt of a collision betxxcen th steamer Welcome and a roxxboat con tain i ri ir a pa i t x of x on i: o pei pie. Th t drowned xxere: Mr. Ihniiett. Oillas, Tex.; Pannie Ibadx. Pattle I reek, Mich.; Maliel l.'i.-ard. Travern itx, Midi.; Plla Dot-sex. All.jhcnx. Pa.; I'annx Willis, North Toronto. Ont. Ca r ric I'x ck . of .bdi n -1 o w : . Pa .. el it n p to the boat, and xx n - the only mie saved. A VALUABLE DISCOVERY. An r.nitrtiiou lied nf lieloa Is Meeeiill I'ounil luae tu I li pe in I ii u. Ishpeminir. cpt. 1. A xaluable tTe posit of asbestn. lots been pfoxed up near the Pope- yod mine, several miles from this city, and a local com panx has been oriranied to dexelop the find. Numerous tet pits have been (ill and the asbestos lias been found to exist in a deposit sou f,.,.t b.iip by -"oin xxidth. There are many thou sands of tot-.s of the mineral in ii;ht and it is figured that a ton can be dis. h'deed at everx b!at. The fiber ax era'e, ti . inches in btiL'th and i worth $ 1 0 a ton. PLt.ALIt.iJ UU1L.1 I . Member of llemlerioii- me. ( m pail) I imiercitiill oirel li tlir J II due When I'lueil. Want to ilo to oniirea. Ann Arbor. Aup. T.I. den. Pied II. Wood, of Tecumseli, xxa nominated 'or cotipre.t by the SecontJ district democratic convention. nierr OCT Ilia Head. Detroit. Auy. 0 Kdon Mann blew Ihe top of hi head off xx ith a sl otg t;u. rUe of aUicichf UOktlUXXU. v .. MH:.. Larisinp. Stpt. 1. .1. II. Hunter. J. W. Woodvvorth. II. P. KautTer and S. .V. l!ickert atT. of the Henderson- rue, company of Kalamaoo. appeared in the circuit court and pleaded guilty to the charpe of conspiracy to de fraud the state by their connection xxith the state military clothinp frauds The charpe apain.-t them xxas chanired from perjorx in connection xxith their testimony lie fore the prand jury. Hunter. Woodworth and Kan' fer were each tilled .'.. oco by .Iild'f Wiest and Itickerstaff was finer! fl.'Juo. xxith the alternative in each cae of txvo years in prison if the fines ;r not paid at once. In pa iin p e n t eiic Tod"-e Wiest scored the respondents. He -aid thex xvere con t e m pt i ble in the exes of the court and that the court xxas induce. 1 to impose fines nt from pity but from the fact that for a cen tury courts haxe recopnied the fact that accomplices xxho are Used by states in the aid of justice are entitled to considerat ion. I.iot rred Ilia Iteeoril. Providence. P. P. Amr. 'J.'K Tin errand circuit tneetinp at Narapan ectt itrk xxas brotiolit to a close 'ri tlax .:fteri .mm in a blae of plory. Dan Patch, the unbeaten son of doe Patt Io n. paced an exhibition mile ia 1:.V.'., reducir.p his record from 2 : en 1 4 . The mile xx as within a juar ter of a second of the world's record of l:i'4. maib; by Star Pointer ut Pcadville fixe years npo. I'oreala llnxe. Hotiphto!!. AtiL. '-!. Porot fire, haxe devastated hundreds of acres of farm and timber lands in the vicinity 'f Pake Linden. Pice and Mud lakes. Flames threaten the crops near Lak Linden. An etioruiotis tract of lanl Covered with herrx hul)e and -aje brush ha been burned oxer. tltnl Woman Tool. I'olaon. Fentoii. Attur. 3o. Mrs. P. C. Dun ninir. :i H known pi'iieer of Fctitou township, xxas found dead in a barn. I n est ipat ion shows that she left the house durlnir the nipht and committed suicide by taking strxchnine. Sh xx a s so ea rs of ape and b a v es a n aped husband and a daughter. I.I iiemn it lioeUril lo Deeiltt. Pan si up. Aup. K ( iiimiN li.dial.l lineman in t he em ploy of t he c it x . w a electrocuted. H,. went tip a pole to cut an extra Used for one of the car nival attractions, .and a- idei. t a I !y formed a connect ion xx Inch . sent 11. 0" ) volts throiiph his hoih . XI n ti ) lour lata Knew Mini. S;t nit Me. Marie. Aup. John P un lu r. the famous Indian pilot f St. Marx' Falls. ,'i.i? lo-re. ayed ears. IP- had taken t ho ivi i.ds of persons air ihe rapids in I .i caii"e xvithotit ice 1 1 ' n t . a t 1 1 xx a w ' known b it: a l.y I I o i r i a t . rw Yv a rileri. M.l I', j Uel 1 e. Sept. I. --. lames I.UselI. editor of the M i u i i p .h'H ma 1. has been ippointed xx.irtien of the state prison o re. to succeed fieorpe Freeman, re- .'ipned. He xxill a.--ii lie the clitic ihollt October 1. Kllleil l l.lulilnlim. Harrisville. Aup. :io. l.iplitninp truck the hoiis, .,f Alex Y'lill. a pio neer Ilaxnes toxxiisliip farmer, eipht miles from here, and instantly killed his P'.-x ear-old son. xxho xx.is in the ctl lar. Ilentli of Williniti Mali. Ann Aibor. Aup. ::o. William Pill, af Haiiibnrp. t e n x ea I s a po a renowned republican politician, and oner actinp governor of the state, dbd at hi jonifc at Haiiiburp Thutst a x . BEWARE OF THE KNIFE. No profetiiiou has ad r a need uiore rapidly of 'ate than surgery hat It should not b osed except where absolutely necessary. Irj caes- of pile for exaruple.it is seldom needed; I) Witt's Witch Hazel Salri cures quickly and permanently. Un equalled for cots, barns, bruises, wound, uiu disi ase. Accept no counterfeits. "I was o troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strensth," ys, J (j. Phillips, Parts, 111. DeWitt'n Witch Haze.1 Salve cored me in a short time." s?ojthes and heaU. Uivins & Hhor.es. Thore is rifjthln,f hutyorou-s about ho mid It y. For a bad tatti in the mouth t:ilre Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- lets For sale by Bivins & Rhodes Flirtation rhv rues with vitiation tUis sutiHiRM, just as it always did. Gentlemen: My wife was afflicted with Dyspepsia and Constipation for ears After trying other remedies I t'urchased a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's yrup Pepsin for her and she is rapidly improving. I cannot be without this valuable medicine. Kesp. yours S Hlliott. i:ik City Kansas, Dec. 13, h)Oo. Sold by Sharrarvt Mulholland. Minirik' coal with bayonels is not a happy solution of the strike problem. Cured Hemorrhaj(eof the Lunrs. "Several years since my lungs were so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages, xx rites A. M. Ake of Wood, 1ml. "I took treatment with 9everl physicians w ithout any benefit. I then started to take Foley's Honey ami Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet. I rec:mmend it in advanced stages of lung trouble." Sharrar& Mub holland. 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