Iowa Old Press
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
11 June 1913
A Mr. BAKER who lives in the northeast part of the county was a passenger to
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. JOYCE of Long Beach, California,
Thursday. Their many Emmetsburg friends extend congratulations.
O. NELSON and W.H. PHELPS were at Orleans Thursday trying their luck at
fishing. Both are conservative gentlemen and we have no report to make on
Eugene MULRONEY recently sold a quarter section of land close to
Worthington, Minnesota to Archie BRYCE of this city. Land in the vicinity of
Worthington is selling at a pretty high figure.
We are requested to announce that a barn dance will be given on the BUCHAN
farm some distance from Cylinder on the evening of Saturday, June 14. Music
will be furnished by the Star Orchestra.
John FLOODY of Pipestone, Minnesota, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John GALLEGER in this city Sunday evening. He was on his way home from
Castalia, Iowa, where he had been looking after business matters.
Miss Emma JOHNSON is now in charge of music classes at Rodman, Graettinger,
and Estherville. She makes regular trips to the places named. She has taken
the pupils of Miss STONE who recently moved to Minneapolis. The Democrat
wishes her success in her efforts.
Mr. and Mrs. W.I. BRANAGAN left for Dubuque Saturday evening. They attended
the commencement exercises at St. Joseph's college yesterday morning. Their
son, William T. BRANAGAN, and their nephews, Glenn and Wade EGAN were
members of the academic class of 1913.
August STUDOR of Mallard was looking after business matters in Emmetsburg
Mrs. Michael MAHER of Ruthven visited her parents in this city the first of
James SLATER and Frank J. HAND were at Borup, Minnesota last week looking at
Major S.W. SMITH and David STARR left for Des Moines yesterday to attend the
Miss Elizabeth KENNEDY, who had been teaching in the local schools, has gone
to Armstrong to spend her summer vacation.
Yesterday Editor Frank CARPENTER of the Estherville Democrat was appointed
postmaster of his home town. We extend congratulations.
Mrs. Richard McNALLY of Silver Lake township visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Myles McNALLY, in this city the first of the week.
Mrs. Paul SCHENDEL returned to Iowa City Sunday morning. She underwent an
operation in the hospital at that place and is feeling quite hearty again.
A change in the Rock Island time table recently went into effect. The north
bound passenger in the afternoon is now due out of Emmetsburg at 3:16 and
the southbound morning passenger at 11:04.
Miss Katherine DRISCOLL went to Ackley Saturday evening to attend the
funeral of a friend. From there she left for Dubuque to be present at the
commencement exercises of St. Joseph's college, which were held yesterday
morning. Her nephew, Earl McMAHON, was a member of the academic class.
A picnic will be held in the city park on Flag Day, Saturday, June 14. The
members of the W.R.C. have prepared various exercises for the occasion, such
as songs, flag drills, readings, games, etc. Every one is invited to attend
and to bring a well filled basket. It is hoped that there will be a large
W.P. REINDERS of Mallard was in Emmetsburg Monday. Mrs. REINDERS and her
sister, Mrs. M. NAMER left for Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the early train. One
of Mrs. NAMER's sons will be treated by a specialist in that city. Mesdames
REINDERS and NAMER were also present in that city yesterday at the marriage
of Mr. REINDER's nephew, John SIMON.
Mrs. Daniel HIGGINS is spending a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Frank
McCORMICK, and her sons, J.D. and J.J. HIGGINS, of Great Oak township.
Thos. SLATER was at Des Moines the first of the week attending the Old
Soldiers' reunion. While there he will also visit a number of his old
Charles BERGER is a delegate to the C.O.F. convention at Waterloo this week.
His son Carl accompanied him and will spend the week visiting relatives at
The Union Graders defeated the Fallow nine Sunday, 8 to 5. PETERSON Brothers
of Ruthven were the battery for Fallow. John DOYLE was on the mound for
Mrs. STILLMAN and Mrs. W.H. MORLING of this city were at Iowa City the first
of this week attending the graduating exercises. Ernest STILLMAN is a member
of the class.
Mrs. J.A. CADY of Rock Rapids visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.O.
REFSELL in this city Monday. Mr. CADY was an operator for the Burlington
company in this city 25 years ago.
The fire company was called out yesterday afternoon. An alarm was given for
the Second ward but the fire was extinguished before the company arrived.
The blaze was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt HENCHE. Little damage was
A recent issue of the Minneapolis Journal contained a double column
photograph of Miss Ruby STONE formerly of this city. Miss STONE was to be
the pianist at a concert given by the women of one of the churches of that
city. The many local friends of Miss STONE will be pleased to learn that her
ability as a musician is so well appreciated at Minneapolis.
At a meeting of the board of education held Friday evening T.M. PRALL of
Avoca, Iowa, was elected superintendent of the Emmetsburg schools. Miss
Vietta BAKEWELL of Lansing, Iowa, was hired to teach music and drawing and
Miss Blanche V. TOOHEY of Manning, Iowa, will have charge of the sixth grade
work during the coming year. A number of other teachers are yet to be
Tuesday evening of last week we enjoyed a pleasant call from Postmaster J.B.
MARTIN of West Bend. Mr. MARTIN has for some time been anxious to be
relieved of his official duties but the new administration does not seem to
be particularly anxious to dispense with his services. He and Mrs. MARTIN
intend spending the coming fall and winter at Seattle. Their son is employed
in the printing ??? at that place.
Mr. McFATE, the liveryman, left for Flagler, Colorado, Monday. He will be
absent for some time.
Chas. STILLMAN went to Iowa City Monday. His brother is a member of the
graduating class at the Iowa University.
Mr. KERBER, who had been living near Canada for some time, is home visiting
his mother and other local relatives.
Mrs. John KERWICK, who had been here from Mitchell, South Dakota, visiting
her mother and numerous local friends, went to Humboldt Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George BEATTY and family have returned from Canada. They have
also moved their household goods to this city and will, we understand, make
their future home in Emmetsburg.
The graduating exercises at Iowa City began Monday. Among those from this
city who will complete their courses this year are Bert FROST in the Liberal
Arts and Ernest STILLMAN from the law department. The other students who are
in attendance are Alfred PETERSON, Earl GODDEN, Joy CROSE, John PFIFINER,
Wm. COONAN, Clifford MAYNE, Robert POWERS and Misses Alice RANDALL of
Emmetsburg, Catherine MULRONEY of Rodman and Lydia OSHER of Graettinger.
Lowell KELLER, son of A.H. KELLER of Weiser, Idaho, and a son of T.J. HUGHES
of Ruthven have also been attending school at Iowa City during the past
year. Clifford MAYNE and Joy CROSE arrived home the first of the week. The
other students are expected home this week.
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
Wednesday, 18 June 1913
We notice by the Whittemore Champion that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell have
gone to Snohomish, Washington to reside. Mr. Russell's father lives at that
M.D. Littleton of Cylinder was an Emmetsburg visitor Saturday. He is the
third son of Mr. and Mrs. P.F. Littleton. He has been teaching during the
past few months in the vicinity of Fenton.
Miss Margaret Sullivan, sister of John Sullivan, of this office, will
graduate at St. Gabriel's academy in Chicago Friday. Her mother, who lives
at Graettinger, attended the commencement excercises.
Miss Adelaide Thompson of Belmond visited last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Sullivan in this city. She was a classmate of Misses Leota and
Leona Sullivan at Belmond. She was on her way to Canton, South Dakota.
Misses Lucile Lambe and Ruth Reilly graduated from the academic department
of St. Joseph's college at Dubuque last Wednesday. Both are most deserving
young ladies. Their many friends in this locality will learn with pleasure
of their success in their studies.
Lloyd McGovern of Whittemore graduated from the law department of Notre Dame
last week. He is a very deserving young man. The Democrat wishes him success
in his chosen calling. Notre Dame ranks among the great educational
institutions of the west.
The Champion reports taht nine cars of live stock were sent to Chicago from
Whittemore one day last week. The shipments were: A.J. Simpson, four cars of
hogs; L.H. Wegener, two cars of steers; Farmers' Elevator Company, two cars
of hogs and Wegener & Higgins, a car of hogs.
George Beatty, who arrived home from Lacombe a few days ago, informs us that
the season is very backward in that locality. The weather has been cool and
small grain did not get a good start. Mr. Beatty says he would have remained
at Lacombe but his oldest son did not like the country and Mr. Beatty says
he would have remained at Lacombe byt hsi oldest son did not like the
country and Mrs. Beatty and other members of the family did not care to stay
there without him. It cost him about $1,000 to make the round trip with his
family. He will remain in Emmetsburg during the summer. He has not yet made
any arrangements for the future.
A few days ago Joe J. Steil moved a large barn from his residence property
onto his farm in Vernon township. Frank Kneer had the contract.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Calligan and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and family
drove up from West Bend in their auto Sunday and spent the day at the John
O'Brien home in Great Oak township.
Saturday John J. Steil sold his brother Albert's 80 acre farm in Vernon
township to Morris Bros of this place for $125 per acre. He took in part
payment their business lot and building in this city occupied by Mr.
Mr. Clennon was up from West Bend Wednesday evening greeting numerous
friends. He informs us that he has one of the finest fields of corn in the
south part of the county. He has for many years been very successful as a
The Democrat hopes that Joe Kerwick will not give serious consideration to
the suggestion that he start another newspaper at Ayrshire. We need him in
Emmetsburg for more purposes than one. Besides, Bro. Cookinham has at the
present time trouble enough.
Miss Oliver was over from Ruthven Monday and signed her contract to serve as
principal of the Emmetsburg High School during the coming year. She is
capable and painstaking and she will no doubt give our citizens as good
service during the coming year as she has since she first commenced her
labors in our public schools. Those who know her ability and her zeal
appreciate her efforts.
Miss Catherine McEvoy, daughter of Mrs. M.T. McEvoy, has won the scholarship
offered by the state A.O.H. organization for the best examination in Irish
history in any Catholic school in Iowa. This entitles her to a year's
tuition and all expenses in any academy or college in our state. The
questions were, we understand, anything but easy. Miss McEvoy is deserving
of high praise for the showing she has made. This is also a great honor for
St. Mary's academy.
Alexander Scott arrived from Paulina Monday evening to spend a few days with
his nephews, John Scott and John S. Gibson. He comes to Emmetsburg about
once a year to make them a visit. He is 85 years of age.
Yesterday we enjoyed the ride to the Daniel Johnson farm in Booth township
in Dan Doyle's Mighty Michigan auto. T.J. Mulry and Oscar Doyle were the
other members of our party. The trip was one of the most delightful that we
have had in years. The Michigan is a speedy, smooth machine and Mr. Doyle is
a careful driver.
Editors Clark of the Pocahontas Democrat and Caswell of the Denison Bulletin
were Emmetsburg visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Caswell came to Pocahontas
Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs Clark and the Messrs. Clark and Caswell
decided that they would spend Sunday in the best town in northwest Iowa, so
they came to Emmetsburg by auto. While in town they called at the home of
the writer and they also spent a few moments observing the improvements that
are being made in Medium Lake. They were surprised to learn that our
citizens had engaged in such a laborious and expensive undertaking. The
Pocahontas Democrat and the Denison Bulletin are two of the leading
democratic newspapers in the Tenth district.
Drinking Cup Lessens Use of Water
Railroad men inform us that the quantity of drinking water on passenger
trains has been reduced 75 per cent since the use of private drinking cups
were ordered a year or so ago. It is possible of course that some travelers
take a few glasses of milk with them when they are leaving home and also a
tea spoon or two of brandy to give it life and flavor.
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
26 June 1913
FOUR AWARDED DIPLOMAS
Commencement Exercises of St. Mary's Academy Very Creditable.
The St. Mary Academy commencement exercises held at the Iowa Tuesday evening
of last week brought out a large audience, and they were of such a pleasing
and elevating character that all who were in attendance returned to their
home with only words of praise for the general excellence of the program and
those who participated in it. The selections, "Better Be Good," by the
minims; "Beautiful Roses with Tableaux," by the intermediate grades; "The
Old Minstrel," by the High School girls; and the "Cymbal Drill," by the
seventh grade girls, would, from a spectacular standpoint, have won applause
from the most critical audiences. The opening march and chorus and the
various instrumental selections were very creditable. The three part song,
"My Mother," would merit favorable mention on any musical program.
The scene, "A Conspiracy in Court" and the two scenes from "King Richard
III" and the readings from Shakespeare by Misses Edna KERWICK and Mary
McNALLY showed the high character of the literature to which the members of
the class had been giving attention and the careful training that had been
given them both in elecutionary and dramatic art. The piano selection
"Erl-King," from Schubert-Liszt, by Miss Edna KERWICK, sustained well her
reputation as a pianist.
At the close of the exercises graduating honors were conferred on Misses
Edna KERWICK, Mary McNALLY, Veronica NALLY and Esther WALDRON. Miss Edna
KERWICK was awarded a diploma for completing her course in music. Diplomas
for completing the eighth grade were awarded to Carl BERGER, Robert CARNEY,
George FLOOD, Basil McEVOY, John NORRIS, Joseph O'BRIEN, Cecilia AGNEW,
Mabel DALY, Laura JOYNT, Genevieve JOYNT, Florence KELLY, Teresa KELLY,
Florence KIBBIE, Mary McCABE, Marie MURRAY, Irene McMAHON, Eileen MURPHY,
Catherine McEVOY, Bernadette O'BRIEN and Georgina STEIL. The gold medal
donated by the Ancient Order of Hibernians for proficiency in Christian
doctrine was awarded to Margaret WALDRON. The gold medal for application and
deportment in the high school, donated by the Knights of Columbus was
awarded to Mary McNALLY. The gold medal donated by the Knights of Columbus
for application and deportment in the grades was awarded to Mary KNOER. The
$250 scholarship given by the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Iowa for the
best examination in Irish history was awarded to Catherine McEVOY. This is
good in any Catholic academy or college in Iowa.
At the close Father HUNT of Spencer addressed the class briefly on the
subject of Christian education. He congratulated Father FARRELLY, the
Sisters, and the Catholic people of Emmetsburg on the great zeal they had
show for the spiritual welfare of the children of the community and the
success that had crowned their efforts. Oweing to the lateness of the hour,
he did not speak very long but his remarks were to the point. He has a
pleasing personality and an excellent voice. The people of Emmetsburg will,
we are sure, be anxious to hear him on some other occasion.
Marriage at Ayrshire on Monday.
Mr. Thos. J DUFFY and Miss Mary O'BRIEN were united in marriage at the
Sacred Heart church at Ayrshire on Monday, Rev. L.J. CARROLL officiating.
miss Anna DUFFY was bridesmaid and Mr James O'BRIEN was best man. A
sumptuous wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr
and Mrs Daniel O'BRIEN, of Booth township. The bride has for some time
taught in one of the intermediate departments of the Ayrshire schools. She
is bright, energetic and painstaking and easily won her way to success in
her chosen calling. Her parents gave her excellent opportunities and she
made timely and helpful use of them. The groom is a son of Patrick DUFFY,
one of the sturdy pioneers of Great Oak township. He ranks among the best
young men of our county and he has made staunch friends of all who know him
intimately. The Democrat wishes Mr and Mrs DUFFY health and happiness.
Mr Earl SKINNER and Miss Calla Ethel GAYLORD Married Wednesday.
The home of Mr and Mrs W.H. GAYLORD at Prairie View farm was the scene of a
quiet and pretty home wedding last Wednesday evening, June 18, when Miss
Calla Ethel GAYLORD was given in marriage to Mr Earl SKINNER. The parlor was
festooned with green and white secured to the center of the ceiling with a
bunch of similax. The circle was wound with white and entwined with similax.
large white roses peeped out about the edges. The dining room was pink and
white with similax. Beautiful roses graced the table. The bride was gowned
in white voile with Irish crocheted lace, very simple and dainty. She
carried a shower boquet of beautiful lillies of the valley. She wore a few
of the blossoms in her hair. The wedding was very informal. The guests were
received by the bride and groom. Unattended they took their places under the
arch as the clock was striking twelve. Rev. Herbert CLEGG of Emmetsburg
presided, having been the bride's pastor in her childhood. Only the
immediate relatives were present. Four friends of the couple served the
bounteous course dinner.
The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W.H. GAYLORD. She graduated
from the Emmetsburg High School a few years ago. She has been teaching in
the schools of our county for some time and she has been successful in her
chosen line. She is held in general and high esteem. Our citizens one and
all will regret to learn that she is not to remain with us. Seh will be
especially missed by her Sunday school class in the M.E. church in which she
has been a tireless and zealous worker. Mr SKINNER formerly resided in
Wisconsin. Some time ago he located at Conrad, Montana. Those who know him
have learned to place a high estimate on his worth as a gentleman and a
citizen. Mr and Mrs SKINNER will reside at Conrad. Teh best wishes of their
many Palo Alto friends will accompany them to their new home.
Ed AYLWARD was at Rochester, Minnesota, last week consulting the Drs. MAYO.
Dr. A.M. WRIGHT was visiting friends at Worthington, Minnesota, Friday.
Mr and Mrs KLOTZ of St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, are visiting Mr and Mrs
We are pleased to report that Father COSTELLO's voice is improving some.
However, he is not yet able to preach.
Mrs. Thomas EATON and daughter left for Morristown, New Jersey, Tuesday of
last week to visit relatives.
Miss Cora LOUGHRAN and Misses Florence and Marion CLARK of St. Paul are
visiting Mrs. O.P. DOYLE and family.
John LAMBE of Indiana is said to be slated for ambassador to Mexico. A
rather mild name for a very troublesome place.
A.C. BROWN of Estherville was in Emmetsburg yesterday. He is busy improving
his farm property in Ellington township.
Edward McNALLY is painting his residence. He recently remodeled the interior
of it. It has now all the modern conveniences.
The E.M.A.'s gave a seven o'clock dinner, complimentary to Miss Josephine
PATTON, at the J.F. DEALY home Wednesday evening. The color scheme of pink
and white was carried out in festoons of roses and ribbons and in table
The Civics club gave a sociable at the W.E.G. SAUNDERS home Monday evening.
All who were present report a most enjoyable time. Delicious refreshments
were served during the evening.
Mrs.KELLY came over from Ayrshire about a week ago to visit her daughter,
Mrs. T.B. WALSH, and other local relatives. She was very ill some time ago
but she seems quite hearty at present.
Miss Vera RUTLEDGE will leave for San Francisco to visit her brother, John
RUTLEDGE. From there she will go to Houston, Texas to spend some time with
her sister, Mrs. Thos. NEEDHAM. She will also visit at Denver and Salt Lake.
Wm. HOUGH was up from Mallard Saturday. He came in his Ford auto. Mr. HOUGH
served as a soldier in the Union army and had one of his legs taken off by a
shell in Mississippi. However, he is enjoying the best of health and has no
Rev. Herbert CLEGG left for England last evening. He goes by the way of
Montreal. He will take the trip through the Thousand Islands and "shoot the
rapids" of the St. Lawrence. He will be absent about six weeks. The Democrat
wishes him a pleasant voyage and safe return.
Mrs. J.W. BRENNAN is painting her residence.
Mrs. W.F. SCHIRMER of Spencer was in Emmetsburg Saturday. She had been
visiting for some time with her parents at Mallard.
Edward McNALLY and Miss Lizzie and Mr and Mrs D.G. McCARTY were Sunday
visitors at the lakes. They made the trip by auto.
There are excellent crops of white clover on all the lawns of Emmetsburg
this summer. Can anyone explain its unexpected appearance?
Mrs. Arthur BAKER and Mrs. Howard HEAD returned from Streator, Illinois,
Tuesday morning. They had been visiting relatives in that locality for a
couple of weeks.
Mr and Mrs Charles H COOKINHAM were among the many who came from Ayrshire
Tuesday evening of last week to attend the St. Mary's Academy commencement
There will be dancing at the pavillion at Orleans hotel on Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday evenings during the summer season. The J.G. MANNING orchestra
of Kansas City wil play.
Dr. VANGORDEN arrived home Monday morning after an extended visit in the
Twin Cities, Chicago and other points. he reports that crops are not so good
in Illinois as they are in this section of Iowa.
All the Catholic priests of this section of the state with the exception of
Very Rev. P.F. FARRELLY, left for LeMars Monday morning to attend the annual
diocesan retreat. It will be conducted by Bishop TIHEN (or TIBEN) of
J.C. BENNETT has raised some of the finest strawberries this season that we
have ever seen in the Emmetsburg market.
Miss MEANS of this vicinity is visiting relatives at Kentland, Indiana. She
lived at that place before coming to this county.
Wilcher SCHROEDER, who has been quite ill for some time, is reported better,
although he is not gaining in strength very fast.
The Whittemore Champion reports that Miss Agnes KINSLEY graduated from a
Chicago hospital a few days ago as a professional nurse.
Mr. CHAPMAN, the noted prohibitionist, was billed for a lecture at the Court
House Friday evening but only one or two came out to hear him.
Mrs. D.H. DELANEY and daughter Loretta returned to Belmond Tuesday morning.
She had been here for a short time visiting her brother, John L. SULLIVAN.
John DRUMMY has opened a restaurant and confectionery store in the building
north of E.J. SCOTT's. He invites the patronage of the public. The Democrat
wishes him success in his venture.
James P. SHERMAN and three of his sisters recently visited at the home of Mr
and Mrs DEALY. They had been at Bancroft attending a family reunion. Mr.
SHERMAN is now living at Sioux Falls.
Charles DUHIGG arrived home Friday from an extended trip through North and
South Dakota and Minnesota. There have of late been good rains in the
sections he visited and crops are looking fine.
T.F. McCATARN and two sons were up from Pocahontas Wednesday. They came by
Mr and Mrs Eugene KANE arrived home from their Wisconsin and Illinois trip
Dancing at the Armory July 2,3, and 4. Excellent orchestra. P.J. ZAHRNDT,
Miss Josie McEVOY was called to Livermore last evening to attend the funeral
of a friend.
Mr and Mrs BICKFORD were at Gilmore Tuesday attending the marriage of Mrs.
BICKFORD's brother, John RICHARDS to Miss Leah SMITH.
Big bowery dance on Main Street July 2,3,4. Excellent orchestra. Tickets for
dance ten cents each or three for 25 cents. Refreshment stand in connection.
LAUGHLIN & RYAN, managers.
J.F. DEALY returned from Ft. Dodge Thursday where he had been for several
days looking after business interests. The town is growing rapidly. The
packing house, however, is closed down.
E.A. MORLING, F.C. DAVIDSON, Dr. KULP, L.H. MAYNE, Charles DUHIGG, E.B.
SOPER, Jr., Walter G. MIDDLETON, and W.E.G. SAUNDERS were at Des Moines
Monday appearing before the executive council asking that State Game Warden
HINSHAW's recommendation regarding the improvement of Medium Lake be
approved. They were given a very friendly reception. The decision of the
council will be announced later.
Miss Agnes EARL Dead.
Miss Agnes EARL, sister of Mrs. H. P. JOHNSON, died in a Chicago hospital
Friday. The funeral was held at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. JOHNSON attended it.
Miss EARL lived with Mr. and Mrs. JOHNSON two years after they moved to
Emmetsburg. She taught a bible class in the Congregational church for some
time....[rest of article cut off]
Saved From the Pen by a Shadow
When C.J. McNALLY was at Omaha Frank ERDMAN was arrested for placing an
infernal machine on the porch of Tom DENISON at 2:50 one afternoon. Two
young ladies swore positively that they saw him carrying the machine twenty
minutes before. Three other witnesses corroborated their testimony. All
EARDMAN could do was deny guilt. The pastor of the church in which the two
girls were confirmed on the date the machine was found had induced them to
stand with the other members and have their picture taken. The date was
written on the picture- May 22, 1910. ERDMAN's lawyer procured the picture
and showed it to Rev. Wm. RIGGS, the Creighton university astronomer. A
shadow of the steeple showed clearly on the picture. Father RIGGS proved to
the court scientifically by the location of the shadow that the picture was
taken at 3:21 afternoon, May 22, 1910. ERDMAN was acquitted. He did not
belong to the same religious faith as Father RIGGS.
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