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I Hi: WEEKLY IBERIAN
OFFICIAL JOURNAL
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New Iberi«.
School Huai d
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I ' j i 111 .« I Inn mut Editorial Otlii*»» 232
VV, Main Street.
Telephone.........Iberian
HI! ltS< 'H I I'TION :
(the Weekly IIkmImii .... II per year
Knlnieil nt post ofllre New Iberia.
Vi®., Re eeeoltil da«« mull matter
This i ni I ii 1 r will not |mbli«li com
tnilltiefll ion« ulioii (In' u i it r I i
link infix II til (III 1 I'llitor. We M||
|iriii'i!«te tin' linn i • I inieiil i mu i ii i
HI sending im up article loi I • 11 1 • I i
ration, jitiil ill vile tliem, I'll! III!
writer« niime anil fiddle«« nnml I"
mnile known to llie pnper
Any eirntiemis reflection ttpijft tlie
«'handing " r reptitation of any prison,
Ki tn or rot potation which may appeal
in Ute oilmans of the Ilierian will he
fladly corrected if brought (•» the «I
'ration of the editor.
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or It I AM I It
Kim 1er eame iinml Mi/./iini anil ruin,
Overeoats amt iiiiihrell»« galon
A aeti"T of amine««, akin to pain,
Kllleit the l'aistel pill e lieail to il«
euro
With promt«« 1 of «iinahinc ami rose,
Anticipated laeea ami Kastei lioiioel
Hhe was toreed In wear last winter's
i lei III s
And impious llnoiplils like 'Mon
pone il "
EASY MON I-?
Kaay to I mo
a , Ehh\ I o pa y
i ia llii tiding ' s
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The noooiiil eieviss in tin 1 levees ol
file Atclntfuliiv a river, helow Mel
ville, oeeurreil on Tuesday. The new
lires k is on Hie west hunk and will al
fei t the lowland« III the parishe« id
S| Marlin and Iherni as well us othei
«eelton« I'.oth these luesks on the
Atoliafahiya are in the new work ie
venlly done lor the prop etion of the
low lands of the sw sum «eelion«
Thnte is ««very indieulion that
tlm Roosevelt lioudquiti Ici s in
Now York, Washington, and Chi
cagn tiro well supplied with mon
oy und hoi air
Rats are winking a deal of hat in
aronml Ihmaldsonvilln by allank
big himmI nano ami planted tioo.
l>on't Itcluy
lection« at
Making your se
K Id Nt 1 IlltOS
Mr. Tafl realizes jn«t how the
"naltiro lakers" used to fool when
the oolonol ilononneod thorn
Many a married
chapcinn in hin wife.
man has a
Wo hope there is no iiiniiII in
tended ill tlm statement of a Now
York library which innliido« "Af
liean Game Traila" iih among tho
"workH of llolion".
Kastor Sunday has become not
e i for flo 1 «plash with w hich !
many citizen« who have been <d> j
serving Lent fall off the wagon
The liver lose«
times and needs
i« ail effect j\ i |i'
also |nn ifie<v On
then« digest
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«Irenglh, vigor'
il«. Price fille.
sold) MY ENTORliH
I« aotiv il v a I
Ip. fil'd! MIN I
«touillant. Il
l.nwel«, streiig
and reslnrnH
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0 AHKB, (tlVOHlff midi o ) i y 1 1 g 1 1 1 u _
1 IMoriMl, Sftol HkHt-li, M«"LI oi rii.dn. |oi
FttCB WtPOWT oll |»t«l<'tit»tl»i III y. I' if* id orwrl
hmi*. Inan. ly. RANK RCfCRCNCC«
N. irl T «•#»«»* In plump« for tfivnlufttdc |M*oh
0?» NOW TO OBTAIN und SCLL RATfNT«,
'VMrll will PHT, II.»W to |f.»t M
imtpfit Imw rikI .»Ili**r vrIhmLL* itifm mntiiiii. I
D. SWIFT & CO.
PATKNT LAWYERS,
^303 Seventh St., Washington. D. C.
FOR SALE.
2 Lotn, 50 X 200 West Main ni.
House and lot, 62x207. Prim, *1
600.00.
House and lot on Fast Main, ror.
Leo, 128x110. Prien $3,(Mia.
3 Lots on Fields St. 50x200 feet
each. Price $200.
A good six-room house on St
Peter Street, bel ween Jefferson
and Railroad avenue; lot r<o x vim
feet 1 » price, $1,750 part cash and
balance on terms.
BO Arpents of good land on 40 Ar
pent road, unimproved, in culti
vation, Price, $3,000.
Fine Modern residence East End
Fine suburban home, just he -1
low city limits, fronting publie
Hayou, about .4 arpents,
load and tiayou, about
modern new house with six room«.
t»rice, $3.500; 1-3 cash.
A fine suburban home, with 180
feet Bayou Front, with plenty of
ahade and fruit trees, figs, or
anges, plums; a 7 room house,
new; a large yard with all conven
ience!; price $2,000, on terms.
Lot on Dale St., 65
$126.00.
x 140; price
Small cottage on lot 50x150 on ex
tension of Jane St. (St. Martin roadt
Price $500 on easy terms. I
< arpenta. |...t l,e!„w eity limit., !
fronting public road and Bayou, j
fine building site for suburban '
home, new 2 story barn; price,
$2,250.
House and two lots. Prärie ave
nu« between Main and Char lea Sts.
Price, $1,800.
JNO. T. WHITE.
JHE COMMISSION
FORM OF GOVERNMENT
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discuss I lie ol If, III o
I II I lie 11 lien el I In 1 1 lie'll loll
I ii eaU light into the "slieet ntgii
melds' ol ilo .lay. taking il fni
pi,Hill'll that the mailet has a
I■ I et I \ I Hl molei I aniline ol I In
oiieslion liofj) a llieomlieal slaml
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men in
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Hw ei I lie aticve tpics'inn and lie
I elaidSl loll I» V a lew nlliei questions
! and déniai a I tons.
W hill assn i a in n has Ihn tax
j|ia\ni I liai Ihn pent leinen el I lie
j next I it V ' oiineil w ill In' elreled
I lieeanse ol then peenliai apt it ml« 1
; loi I In 1 dut les w hie
! upon tImm !
\\ hat il ni am c
lli.it the next set
w ill not lie selenli i
view In I he sei \ ing
fuel ion. t h in Io I In
slate, which,
plcted, al tin
Ii wiil devid v e
II I v i lie vnlei s
nt e iui.i ihnen
I nun e w il h a
nt a pat I ) m
> hoi v mg <d I In
wlmlneily with a «ingle View In
I ho common good J
What nsam an.*.* hav e l lie tax
puyciH (hit flic pul ey id ihn onxt
oily oouimil will not envoi I ly lie
dimelnd al matiilaiuiug the hii
pinmany ol a laolion w pail)
mot«' Ilian H will lm dimnlcd to
llm inalnii.il aiivann iih iiI ol tlm
city as a w hole
I hn piescnl Hy«leui of «.'looting
"tty nllircrs pinvidcs Ini a pilma
i y. Hclnrclhc piimaiy, and its
pine.sling campaign, eûmes (lie
''«lato-j.naking." I lie «laie make,
is nsn.oHy the practical pulmeian,
working I'm Hie bo« I inlcicst nt
party ni fuel inn Am ü .nie In
a e.niNoioniinti« and good eiti/.en,
vvIiono wiHlioN aie tho best for the
city. lie in lii .pienlly a lax pay
ei and h un a eommon InloieNt
with his follow tax paycis.
When I ho nIuIo is «lat toil some
olio a.I vinos willi «nine one else
and u lull ticket of splendid mon
1« suggested umpiost innaldy good
ineH, I lieu enmes the arduous
wuik of gtlling tlie«.* "umpies
liuuabl«* good tien" in make tho
r,ieo. A It. ««y« In* "cannot
think of it," lie will nut allow
Ilio nm* nt ms name. Au.dlmi ul
till.* suggested Hally i.Thnon
And another "known lie cannot be
••leeted," thorefuro doeliue«. N»*w
suggest l.ms second choices oven
t lm d oi foui I h ehoiees at e being
made In till I lie vacancies on Ilo*
wlmn finally com
end of a month's
liai .1 work, lias very few names of
Hi si choice to tho slate makers.
This is not Hot ton -ft i« expert
once. So ini.* is this condition
I ii at it is often board: "You can
got but few good, conservative,
and successful biisinoss men to
i un lor local oltiees "
Why is Ibis?
To III«* deep sind. nt of eon.li
• ions tlie effect unfold« its cause
V It Hays, to bis intimate friend,
t liai lie could ix«t afford to run.
II would make too many enemies
formum and that would liait /tin
iMisinns«. Ilo declines ho ih m
biiHiucNH and not in polities llis
evenings am fully occupied and
h.< eannni uffnid to spare tho tim.
• hat tlie publie servi. *o would d*>
".and. 'I'll.* public is ungrateful
and suspicious of your puiesl
motives. The campaigns am .Its
agreeable to one's sensibilities
1 hm«* is not Niilliciniit mason why
lie should submit to tho ordeal.
The opposing faction has the
same troubles m making » slate.
I'll K Com vi t s,mi « iis l'i, A N
Then* would In* no slate to be
made; thcicfoic, there would be
but lit lc oppotlunity f.n a slate
maker.
There could be no factions
lx von paity lines would bw l.ru
down.
There
would be no primaries,
t he one general electioi would
{express tin* mnjoiity a il I of the
people
The campaign would lie short
and directly to the point who of
-1 the announced candidates is liest
; f| Me ,| to discharge the duties
j
ol
the ottiee to which lie aspire«,
would be the voters' one question.
Kaeh elected Commissioner, it
is true, would have a certain
«mount of patronage to dispense;
but his friends and opponents
would appreciate the further
fact
that lie must dispense that patron
age with a view to Inisiness re
suits, and not as a reward for no
|jij,.„i g otherui«.. n.. «* .
1 ". U . Mlierwtse the Loin
»ill »(irely have 1.1.
troubles.
(loot! and competent men w ill
HD lotince themselves for the pn.«j
• Ions for the following leusous;
Th4*y will uot have to serve the
public for nothiug
I
Young Women
Read what Card ul did for Miss Myria F.nglcr, of
Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you ln>vv much
good Cardui has done me. As a young girl. I always Had
to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, 1 was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a
bottle of Catdui, at the ding store, and as soon as I had
taken a few doses. I began to feel better.
t oday, I feel as well as anyone can."
Cardui Womans Tonic
Are you a woman ? Then yon Arc subject to a large
number of troubles and iiiogukiritics, peculiar to women,
width, in time, often lead to more serious trouble.
A fouie is needed to help you over flic hard places, to
relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains,
the signs of weak nerves and over-work.
l ot a tonic, take Catdui, Ute woman's tonic.
You will never regtet it, for it wilt certainly help you.
Ask your druggist about It. lie knows. He sells it.
V Vi lit In t adle
lm Sr f du 11 minutions , and M
,Vdvi"(M v l**i't CliattanonB» Molk nie Co . <'liattanoof". 1 enn ,
IxMik. '' 11(0.10 Tioatmi lit lor Women, «on. lire I 5#
Heilig competent to diseloige
the (Iniies ol ih«' ottiee sought, lie
Int« ns gimil :i ehittiee lot etc.'lion
its Ins opponent None ot the
eiimlnldles will hive :i f;i i * I Inti be
hmd them
The voters, on pinn.iv election
diiy, .tie invited to lineup with
on.* ot two flirtions, both of
w hielt, its it tole, loive been it;
lrmp«*i!ilrl\ ii I mi si it g tin* ollii'i
I'lie root h. mied, oeil pm i is.tn.
«iieeessf.il inisiness imiii. lop.e
seiilitig nlnnil onetliiid ol Hi.*
vv bole vote of this city.) w hoso
only inlet«*st in Ho* «'leelion is to
linve eiipiiliir men .'leeted, too IH*
ipieotly ....... Hie "mitJtt
euinlidnle" on liotli tickets. It.*
deplores lit«* LicUoniil spirit. 11
hints liitsiii.'ss :t ii« I dwntfs tlo* ib<
velopment ot tin* city. I* closes
the .loin of opportunity :iud
.hives people from its lie, tlii'ie
lore, who lots no Envois to nsk
dinl no lewitrds to expect, is
prompted to vole tlo* ''mix'd
I ieket," show mg his grealei eon
lidenee in the individiiiil man
t hau ui eil hei I act ton.
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CITY
CLFhK
Trustee of
BONO t"1(100
Finance
SALARY fOSO
City
Trc»*;'ii pr
City
CoIIpi tor
Vkp Ores. IIOASO of I'KUSTKKS
TRUSTEE OF PUBLIC PROPERTY
BOND, fSOOO. SALARY SlSOPCN Mo
Wstff» A lio44t City H«u
Flani Marmus
Clftr RNIOOI
Ir PUflPMltfS
Recoropr or vital Statistics
Trustee
BOND. $ 5.000
I MAYOR J
Of public Safety
SALARY, $150 PER MONTH
POLICP
r»FP ARf MFNT
FIR*
DEPARTMENT
STREETS
DEPARTMENT
HEALTH
DEPARTMENT
I'lie result of siieli elections is
too ticqucU'ly a worse mixing of
factional confusions. There is a
w ant of hat uiony in the wot king
torn, and every effort made for
the public good takes on its fae
1 tonal colors Oouneils, in the
past, have lt*cn "dead locked" by
this factional spiiit Itoth private
and public interests have been
made to suffer by the system
Is it not time to seek some
thing better?
The "good man' appreciates
the fact that his competency is
Itis greatest recommendation.
The incompetent man must
appreciate sooner or inter (and
better sooner,) that the people
will not lie content to pay him
¥ I Sim a year for what lie knows
about polities lie must be eapa
tile of handling the business—not
the polities—of his depaitmenf.
ha*, chance would a man,
who ku *w not hing of the 'heoretie
al or practical end of electricity or
hydraulics, have of hoh&ug tin*
office of (Commissioner of Public
Property, eveu if elected to it?
If lie depends on hireing these
qualifications, the people will
soon recognize that the hireling is
I tetter suited for the biglh*r posi
(ton
The man who lias n«ver spent n
thousand dollars at oue time in
liis life would have but little to
fortify his candidacy for the posi
tiou of Commissioner of Finance.
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The man who has not a sound
judgment, a keen peieeptton,
courage energy and some fmc
sight, woil'll Ie* borrowing tioiihlo
at i. high rate of inlei.'st to seek
lie* position of 4'ommissioii«*r ol
Publie .Safety. I tie man w ho has
these .ptalilieaf ions appreciates
the Eon .* of this statement. I lie
man who has not these .pialiliea
(ions will feel the force of this
st.item* lit.
A t wont y H vo dollar a mont h man
seeking a eommissionerNlitp most
I.i;iiu thill lie is out of his class,
lie vviil learn that the position is
not on.* of I lie old political school,
created to sei vo as a special plum
foi some favored one; toil rat her
that In* who undertakes the task
will have tobe capable ol doing
♦ t. r »(4 wot t It of work per month,
while eairyiug $r»()4Mt (bond) worth
of responsibility upon Ins shout
dois eveiy day that lu ia on tlo*
job
Fact iotml, or divided t'ity
. onueils, would practically lie
impossible. Tin* Referendum
a
and
would effectually unlock,
quickly, any "dead lock."
(Jnod men will seek the (Join
missiouerships because of tin
compensation offered for steady
employment; because of their pe
culiar Illness for the line of work
because the position will be on*
mure of a business character than
a soft political "snap"; beeaiist
the voteis will soon learn fo dis
tirtgiiish between men their lit
ness, rather than their polrtiral
' pull"; because there will be lit
tie employment for political poll;
because cabability will outweigh
•he qualities of being a "gnotl
mixer."
I iidesireable, incompetent men
will hesitate to seek the job, i»e
cause o| the Recall.
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money.
Building Asa'n.
Franklin & Abbeville Railway,
A. G. LOBDEU,
Oen' Fit and Pass'r Agt,
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For all kind® of PRINTING go to
THE COMMISSION
FORM OF GOVERNMENT
The meeting held last night mi
<lei the auspices ot Ilo* Item"
j eiatn* liood 4Jovernielli League to
liNtcii to « ii addiess by Mr. -lohn
/,. Whit, on the commission form
government was a most en
i tlnisiasiie and laigely attended
1 galhei ing. The Winter «bilden.
It lie place selected for the meet
mg. despite its si/.*, was eiowde.l,
ii liiet which piovcH conclusively
(hill the people of New (bleaiiH
an* keenly inteiesled in the pro
posed refoi ill III their lliiiliieip.il
government and are desiioiis of
learning a« miieli ns possible
,i b. ni I it Mi White's addiess
w «s eloquent, entertaining and
4 . ,i i nés I lie rnntended that
tlo ie was every leason why llie
same biisiiiess iiiethcd« which ol'
tum m oidiiiiiiy eomnieieial en
Iteipiises should prevail ill the
j eoiidiiel of municipal affairs lie
llavoied the initiative, lefeiendiim
j ami I In* lecall as integral and es
! sential pail« of the i'"iiimiHsion
1 tot hi ol government
The value of siieli meetings as
that of last night cannot tie nvei
eslimaied A change in the foim
ol govi i liment of a great uinniei
pit I i t y is a sciions matter and no
change is possible without the
toll enlisent and approval of the
people dll eel |y i oneei lied if w e an*
to emit mue to live up to the
sound deuioei at ie piiueiple of lo
cal Selfgovernment and home
role I'lie 1'ieayiiue hopes
that man) mine siieli meetings
will be held and that the people
will tie given the fullest oppnilii
Milles to be instiiM'ted a« lo tin*
merits of a new system they may
eventually be asked to vole upon
If the commission form of govern
mont is advisable for (lie city of
New (bleans and will give nor
muni*'i|'iilily a better and more
i'eonomieal administration (lie eil
i/ens are entitled to know it and
fully understand what is pro
posed.
It goes without saying that no
form of government should la*
toreed on the people ot this eity
by the Legislature or any other
powei without their approval and
consent, and m Older that they
may vole intelligently when the
time comes every possible effort
should be made lo give evcrybnd)
an oppnriunity to study the de
tails of the proposed new Hystern
and no better met bod of aecom
(dishing this ean possibly be de
vised than by bolding many such
meetings as that of last evening,
at which eloquent speakers ran
expound to tlinse who attend the
leading feat irres of tiie commis
sinn form of municipal govern
ment. Owing to the interest
which is felt in the subject it is
certain that all such meetings
will lie largely attended and the
educational result will be of the
highest importance. I'ic.
I Alt A Sl)|,S, HOSIERY, and NEl K
WEAR NOVI I.TJES at
K LI Ni t BROS.
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idff her career ot trime.
H 00000 DOCTOR
Arrested and Ident ilied l»y
Clementine Barnabet.
►Sheiiff Lneosle went to New
Iberia yesterday and arrested Ju
sepli i liibodeanx, the hoodno due
tor, fioui whom (Jlementine Har
nabet claims she secured the lino
duo referred to in her eonfession
He eliiims to be a tanner and fqr
tune teller. He says lie treats
people with loots ami vines aud
does not engage in any dishonest
practice, and tells fortune by
reading the hand and with cards,
fie wrote twenty five letters on a
piece of paper iu Öve lines as fol
lows:
H K F V A
T C (j T H
F VV VV V (J
V 8 K F It
A V T (J S
lie told the officers should any
body tare off oue of these letters
and toll it into a pill and swallow
it when he feels sick, that be
would at once get well; and that
if a person wears this peace of pa
per on his person, lie will never
fall into the hands oF his euetnms.
lie was then confronted by
(/lenientme. 8he at 4»uee identi
ii*«l him as the man who gave her
the hoodoo She described in de
tad their met ting and Ibe house in
which they met. He excitedly
denied all she saifl aud swore lie
hail never seen Inr before lie
warni*d her tlt 4 $t her Maker would
one day punish her for thus accus
big an innocent man —Lafayette
Gazette.
Joseph Thibodeaux, the "Hoo
doo doctor," is a well known
character here. II« lived in the
western suburbs of tins t?i»y. He
lias ever been legarded as pe c *
ful iu disposition and harmless in
intention. He was noted for the
practice of coujuring warts away
and telling the fortune of those
who would invoke his art. Noue
here, who know him, lielieve him
quilty of willfully advising the
woman, Clementine barnaliet, nr
of knowing her intention of start
That he
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UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO. OperalM
over the New Iberia & N< 'tlfern H. R. to and from
all principal points in Unite«! States noil Canada.
Phone 304 for any information desired.
H. BUFFINTON.
Or/vr.UL AQENT.
HARO WOOD
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Phone 24
J. H. Elliott, Jr.
calere.1 to the week and snpersti
tious has long lieen known, lie
did thes^ things for the profits
they brought, but no one suspect
ed that lie did them with criminal
intent.
When wanted by tlic Sheriff of
Lafayette, lie was easily found by
our Deputy sheriff' C. K Colgiu,
who turned him over !o the Lata
yette officer.
The IVist Office Department had
entered I he discontinuation of tin*
Star route from 8t. Martinville to
New Iberia, to lake effect on Hu*
last day of March, lint upon a pe
tition of the business internals of
St. Martinville, the department
has agreed to continue the service
until the lölh of April in order to
allow an investigation of the route
by the department.—St. Martin
ville Messenger.
"Nine out of ten women of
Bostou are bowlegged or knock
kneed," says Mrs. Lilia Viles \Vy
man, a teacher of fancy dancing
iu that city. Maybe so, hut we
are from Missouri.
Uncle Ike Stephenson of VVis
eouain will return the compliment
when Mr. Larimer's notorious ease
ia decided in the Senate Chamhei
If a girl really wants a man's
love she returns it.
Get your JOB PRINTING
At the IBERIAN Office,
E. F. MILLARD, Pi opr.
c
lion
to tin
L. 10.
lion««*
Thomas,
of repreneotfttivf«
from Caddo paiish and a
n.-nt candidate for "I*»)** f!
male 1 that the Hall
1 , 0.1 can «ave t he people of fa*"
ana *700,(HMl by reducing
iv.' fees and safari«!, »bolMW
game warden«, combining ® ,
flees of assessor and regt*»« J
voters and merging » ""TfL,
boards and commiimloOB.
........tew doubting TbKMj»
«io'ilit Thomas on this prop4)#i(
Ihmaldson ville Chief.
Col. Roosevelt,
great ' I am", i«
famous "I was'.
foi merly ij|*
hecoiniftg ***'
The only kind of reBigftftOj
that Jim Wilson knows »nytWM
about is that which enahlwi «■
to withstand erilicistu.
If Kngbsli women are so
in smashing windows, what
they do at smashing poiW" ,fc
slates?
A Philadelphian has fat BJ 0 ■
one that both Mi Taft
Athletics win Hits .t_
malt evidently lias lieen wfttMMftT
baseball so closely that lie bM
• tieu«l o* I - "*'

Win « ( ii ;i I » 1 %•' ami price
c o n « i ( I • ration«, we I'clicxe 1
your inlcrcHt: to let "« fig u *5.
your firmtiiig. We du f° r
why not for you?
gleefed to notice the
ties.

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