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THE BEE: OMAHA, ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916.
"The bread with
the crispy crust"
Has solved the bake day
j problem, for in this super
f ior loaf you will recognize
( an old fashioned quality
land "home kind" flavor
equal to the best home
Iniul en this
Ulxl and accept
Hard Roll never disap
points. Its flavor, taste
and quality are always the
At Your Grocers
U. P. Steam Baking Co.
Good Things jor Table-Market Offerings-Household: Hints
Only 10 Gents
Will Etcp Ton Free from Conitipa
tion and Indigestion and Tone
Up Your Entire Byitem
Ht Grocers 10 Dent.
"O-EAT-IT" Is new combination,
fully hakes,' resdyto-eat, pure, delicious,
nourishing bran bread fw.d. Its enip,
tasty, toasted slices keep Indefinitely
made from rich, golden wheat-bran and
other cereals. "O-EAT-IT" takee the
place of all old-style bresd and break
fast foods, morning, noon and night;
good for brain, blood, nerves and grow
ing ehildren, and Insures freedom from
constipation and Indigestion without tne
aid of medicine or any added eipense of
living. Physicians heartily recommend It ,
For sale at all grocers, 10c, or sent pre
fald on receipt of price. Address O-Ket-t
Co., 1st Studebeker Bldg., Chicago, III.
READ BEE WANT
For Quality and Low Prices.
Trade it the Washington Market
Beet Granulated Sugar, II Ibl $1.00
All Brands Creamery Butter, lb..... 40c
Good Butterlne, per J-lb. roll. . . . . , . Mc
Extra Fancy Potatoes, peck. 45c
Eatra Fancy Peaberry Coffee, lb..,. 20c
Tea Sittings. I pkgs. for... 25c
No. t cans Kraut, I for... e
Extra Fancy Sifted Peas, I tans for, ,2Se
Washington's Beat Flour, every sack
warranted, per sack..... 02.40
Home Dressed 8prtng Chickens, lb., IStye
Home Dressed Hens, lb 17e
Home Dressed- Spring Ducks or .Geese,
per lb., at l9Vc
Entre Fancy Spring Turkeya, lb, . , .27 Via
Choice Steer Rib Roast, lb V:.. .ISe
Choice Steer Shoulder Roast, lb,..12Vt
Choice Steer Sirloin Steak, lb.,,.17Via
Choice Steer Round Steak, lb.,,... 15c
Choice Steer Shoulder Steak. lb...U".c
Ground Bone for chickens, 8 lbs.... 25c
We have received a large shipment of extra fancy
young mutton, lamb, veal and pork, which' we are go
ing to place on tale Saturday at a very low price. ,
Extra Fancy Veal Roast, lb. . . . . . . ,15c
Extra Fancy Veal Slew or Breast, per
lb, 'at ..UVie
Extra Fancy Veal Chops, lb 15c
ISIS Forequartera Lamb, lb lgy.e
Aulo deliveries twice dlly to all parts of the city.
Write far aur money-saving price lists. Mall orders promptly attended to.
THE WASHINGTON MARKET
- The meet sanitary and up-to-date grocery ana meat market in the welt, "
Pheae Tyley 470 Co on acts All Dopto. 1407 Douglas St, Omeha.
Pig Pork tains, any quantity, lb
Pig Shoulders, lb..,.,,.
Pig Spare Ribs, lb
Fresh Pig Feet. 3 lbs for..
Young Mutton lgs, ID.
Vniine Mutton Choos. rib or loin, per
lb.. t 12',c
Young Mutton Stew, I lbs. for...... 25c
Sugar Cured Regular Hams. lb. ... .10
1919 Hindquarters umb, ID leyie
Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon, lb..lSe
$xtre iican prcaaiaat Bacon, id.
J(ome Sconomws Department
The Thanksgiving Dinner
In a recent housekeeping publica
tion I found expression of a new note
in Thanksgiving dinners the neces
sity for the hostess to have something
worth while to talk about. For a long
while we have known that "dinner
conversation" was essential to ."so
ciety dinners" here we find a woman
who dares to tell us that tne tamiiyi
Thanksgiving table is incomplete
without real conversation and the
spirit of thankfullncss. For "man does
not live by bread alone" nor even by
1 hanksgmng turkey, lsn t it for
tunate for us in this year of very pro
hibitive prices to realize that the suc
cess of the dinner depends not so
much upon what we eat, but upon the
intangible spirit of cheer which wc
may contribute and receive? '
The olden days of six kinds of
meat and twelve kinds of dessert "have
gone from us forever. We can scarce
ly pay for one kind of meat, let alone
for six. And if we could pay the meat
bills, our purses would surely fail us
when it came to the doctor's bills that
would inevitably follow. Formerly
foods cost very little in comparison
to modern prices, and the out-door
lives led made for better digestive
systems. Also, I think people were
more indulgent towards indigestion
after holidays. One other reason for
bids the overloaded table of the past
generation. We are unwilling to over
tax the strength of the housewife who
prepares the meal, -and the modern
housewife t knows that overtaxed
strength means a loss in the end to
her family. She will plan a dinner
which can be prepared largely ahead
For these reasons, the average
Thansgiving dinner will not include
more courses than a usual Sunday
dinner possibly a separate course
' Co-operation !
Readers are cordially invited to
ask Miss Cross any questions
about household economy upon
which she may possibly give help
ful advice; they are also invited to
give suggestions from their expe
rience that may be helpful to
others meeting the same problems.
may be made of the salad. We will
rely on the appearance of the table
and appropriateness, not quantity, of
the food, to mark the day. The table
decorations should be suggestive of
the harvest the origin of the day. At
least we can keep to the autumnal
colors. A basket, or bowl of fruit,
or fruit in a hollowed-out pumpkin,
are attractive. If one has bittersweet
berries, their coloring makes an artis
tic decoration. When place cards are
used, plain white cards may be in
serted in small red apple standards.
As to the menu, we shall begin, in
all probability, with soup, Oyster
soup is traditionally appropriate. A
clear bouillon or tomata bouillon
makes .a simpler first course, and
either of the latter car. be prepared
the day before.
The keynote of the dinner has al
ways been turkey, and in one way
roast turkey 'is an economy, because
a very simple dinner will prove satis
fying if turkey is included. The bird
however, is always a luxury, even in
other years when the press of high
prices was felt less than now.- If we
omit turkey, or other poultry, let us
provide, if possible, a roast meat with
dressing. Somehow dressing gives a
company appearance and flavor to any
kind of meat. We can provide "mock
duck," which is plank steak, with a
pocket made by the butcher,' which
meat is roasted in a moderate oven
about one hour and p. half. Slices of
bacon may be laid over the meat
Breast of veal, an inexpensive cut not
frequently served, may he stuffed (a
pocket made at the butcher shop). It
makes a delicious roast Fresh ham
may be boned and stuffing put in
place of the bone. Calves hearts may
be stuffed and baked.
Cranberry sauce may appear on our
table, with or Without turkey. Re
cipes for different sauces are given
below. For vegetables we shall use,
as a matter of course, baked potatoes,
either white or sweet, or both. If the
oven Ss large enough it is wise to
serve other baked vegetables, such
as baked squash, escalloped onions or
'If the salad is made a separate
course,-it may add a real Thanksgiv
ing note. 1 suppose nothing is more
appropriate than Walilorf salad
(equal parts chopped apple and celery
with English w(lnuts, served in
bright red apple cases. If desired, the
apples may be cut crosswise and hol
lowed out to form shallow cups in
which the salad is heaped high. Other
types of fruit salad may be served
in orange cases. ,
As to dessert, the time-honored
pumpkin pie cames to mind. It is ap
propriate and it is good, especially if
the preceding courses have not been
elaborate. Also, (wonder of wonders,
in this day) it is reasonably cheap. If,
however, the dinner has included many
and rich foods, why not substitute a
lighter food, such as a fruit sherbet?
I know one family with whom I have
enjoyed Thanksgiving hospitality
more than once, who have made
orange ice the traditional Thanksgiv
ing dessert. The children expect it as
other children do pumpkin pie. It has
the harvest color and it satisfies the
desire for a sweet, and it does not
pocket is stuffed and sewed up. The 1 give the feeling of discomfort which
DEBT AND WORRY CASH AMD JOYi
THERE IS A REAL DIFFERENCE
Trading et the Baikal Stores meant much mora than you may
think. Wa guarantaa you th quality you lika aaol save you money en
every dollar's worth yoa buy. Our economical plan of buying in larga
quantities and sailing for cash only it being patronised by incraaainf
hundreds of Omaha families. Are you one of them?.. Give Us that trial
today. You won't rag rat it. Wa are hero to ba a benefit to the com
munity. A faw reminders .-
Jello, per pkg., 9c 8 for. ...... .28c
Tip Cocoa, high gdare. 25c can. ,.15e
Tea, Maybloesom, 14 -lb., 80c pkg., 20e
Tea, Gunpowder, 60o grade, lb...4uc
Coffee, Kconomy. 26e grade lb. . lae
Coffee Independent, 26c grade, lb. 25c
While they last .
Another car of the finest Wash
ington wrapped apples. Best that
Extra Fancy Washington Wine
saps, per box. .$2.10
Choice Staymen Winesaps. .$1.80
Extra and Fancy Rome Beauties,
Choice Rome Beauties. $1.70
Choice Jonathans, box. . . . , .$1.70
Fancy Jonathans, box. . . . . ,$1.85
Extra Fancy Jonathans. . . . .$1.95
10c box extra size 113 and largor.
ONIONS Red or Yellow, pk. .48c
Hubbard Squash, lb ...ltte
per ewt .$1.35
Nebraska Potatoes, pk. .44c, 49c
, bushel.... $1.75 and $1.93
Cabbage, lb., 3 Ma cwt. . . .$3.00
Flour, Economy, 48-lb. sack. .9230
Rolled Oats, best bulk, 7 lbs 25c
Rice, Best Jep, 10c grade, 8 lbs 25c
Pikes Peak Macaroni. Spaghetti , or
noodles, 10c pkg .....7c
Shredded Wheat, 15c pkg.... lie
lEIkhorn Milk, S tall cans..,. 28c
Pure Cider vinegar, gal. .......... ,lc
Kerosene, per gallon 7c
Shinola or 2-tn-l. . . . . 15c
' 26e Khinoln Home Sets... , .I5e
Armour's Catsup, 26o bottle ..15c
. Armour's Tomato Soup, Oct S for. . . .25c
Cash dealing and quantity buying makes hundreds of everyday
, grocery prices lower at -
THE BASKET STORES
48 stores in Omaha, Lincoln and St. Joseph.
$5.00 Orders Dalivarad Free Smaller Orders for Be,.
HHBefBfBWexeBejaajeajLlvE BETTER FOR LESS oeTeanemaaTeaaaaaTea
Splendid Black Pepper, I oat..
X. C. Baking Powder, 2(e can. .
Tip Baking Powder, 25e can.''..
Sunbrite Cleanser. 2 eana.....
Hippo Washing Powder 4e
Pyramid Washing Powder. 25e pkg., 16c
MEAT DEPARTMENT , . .
- (Better Quality Meats.)
Rib Boll, lb...',. ......12c, 13c
Pot Roast, lb .,..,,,,..130, 15c
Shoulder 8teak, lb .14c. lee
Round Stesk, lb lac, 20c
Bacon Bellies, by strip, lb ,,...23c
Bacon Backs, by strip, lb .....20c
Bacon Back Strips, hy strip, lb lae
(Bacon 2c lb. more if sliced.!
Tip, white, best grade, lb .22e
Tip, tinted, best grade, lb...,.,.23o
Cash Habit, high grade, lb 18c
Magnolia. -lb. roll 30c
.32c. fee, $1.21
In the great out of doors
or at the evfenind reception
is equally acceptably
invigorating and de
licious. Walter Baker & Ca Ltd.
ESTABLISHED I7SO , DORCHESTER, MASS.
English Hot House Grapes
May Be Found on Market
Potatoes will be a good deal cheap
er 'in the Omaha market, so say the
men who are in the vegetable market
and who are in a position to know,
potatoes will be considerably cheaper
some time next summer when the
new crop is gathered, i here lsn t
mnch hope of a shading of the pres
ent price of SO cents a peck before(
that. Sweet potatoes are 5 cents a
pound for the common variety and
the Jersey kind come at three pounds
for 25 cents..
Some nice, fresh carrots and beets
are on the market, just gathered from
the fields in lexas.
Celery is getting ready to grace the
holiday table. Extra fine stalks from
Colorado are selling at ay cents tne
dozen. Celery cabbage' is- also on
hand in very fine quality. Pumpkins,
big and solid, are plentiful and ready
for the holiday pies. :
Here are some nice grapes. Only
$1.50 a pound. Yes, that is correct,
$1.50. They are English hot house
grapes. They are abodt as big as
plums and every one is perfect They
come from England packed in cotton.
French endives that some people
like with salad dressing are here.
They are the genuine article, import
ed, in spite of war, from France and
command 75 cents a pound.
" Apples are scarce as potatoes and
just as expensive. Domestic cooking
apples are almost unknown in the lo
cal markets this year. The fancy
apples that come in boxes from the
Pacific northwest are plentiful around
$2 a box. -
Grapefruit is very abundant and ex
tremely fine. "Balls of juice," the
fruit men say they are. They come
from Florida and each solid ball of
juice costs only from 5 cents to three
balls for 25 cents.
Kor Saturday w hava a pecitvl MBortmeiit of choice Turkeys, Geese and Ducks,
which w will drew to your order. Wc are headquarters for all kinds of poultry for
Thank ni v I nr. Our buyers arc in the country now. Watch Tuesday' papers for
our bia; Thankagtvlng offering. .
20,000 lbs. Fresh (not frozen) Pork Loins ...... 12c
Steer Pot Roast, lb
Steer Round Steak, lb ....I7y,
Steer Porterhouse Steak, lb W',c
Lamb Chops, lb.
Mutton Roast, lb
Spare Ribs, lb.
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chicl
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb . , .12Vic
Steer Sirloin Steak, lb... la'ac
Pll Pork Roast, lb 13e
Pie Pork Butts, lb lSVie
Youni Veal Ros.t, lb Htyc
Youna Veal Chops, lb MVic
Lamb Lee's, lb U'.e
Mail Orders Uvea rreeapt Attention ueuvwnee
Extra Lean Regular Hams. Ib.....lftc
Suetar Cured Himi. lb
Extra Lean Breakfast Bacon, lb
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb
Frani 8 to 9 p. m. Lamb Chaps,
. . 20 a
lb. . .Sc
From 9 to 10 p. m. Pork Chops, lb. .13c
Dellveiiee to All Peru ol the Cltjr.
Phone Douglas 2793
1610 HARNEY STREET
THE HIGHEST QUALITY
SKINNER MFG.C0. OMAHA. USA
tMUST MAOJIOKI NOOSY IH aMUKA
follows a rich last coarse. With the
orange ice may be served small cakes
or very thin slices of fruit cake.
At the end of the dinner coffee in
small cups gives the last festive touch
to the menu. With it come the can
dies, if desired,, and throughout the
meal may be added all the delicious
"extras" of salted nuts, olives, pickles,
crjlery, relishes and jelly. Finally, if
the family boasts enough members,
should come the old-fashioned games
for everyone, to finish the enjoyment
of our Ameaican home holiday of
Thanksgiving. - '
Cranberry Recipes. -
1 qt cranberrtee. Suaar.
o. water. 1 T. Tlnecar.
H t each, clovee, allaplee, cinnamon. a
Cook cranberries with water until
they are soft. Press through a sieve
and add as much sugar as pulp. Add
other ingredients and cook slowly,
stirring often( until mixture is thick.
CRANBERRY RINO WITH CELKRY.
1 pi cranerrles. 14 e, water.
V o. seeded raisins Chopped celery.
1 pt. suaar (2 c Salad drceainf.
Make a heavy syrup by boiling
Lsugar and water two mirrutes.- Boil
raistna anrl cranDerries in syruy un
til tender. Pour into a ring mold to
.At Turn nut from mold when linn:
fill center with celery. Pour dressing
UNSTRAINED CRANBERRY SAUCE.
1 part eusar. 'part water.
I parte cranberries
Put ingredients together and bring
to a boil. Cover and boil ten minutes.
n.. mi.. .M.iwnlM cooked and strained
n k. i, n . 1 n water, tutoe Of
a small lemon (cook together 6 minutes).
One-hall o. ooiiea iroaiinB.
Add cranberries to' lemon syrup,
partly freeze; add frosting and con
I e. boiling water. 4 T. lemon Juice.
1 qt cranberries, I 0. cold water.
3U .0. soarar.
Soak gelatine in cold wtter five
minutes. Cook cranberries till soft
in boiling water. Force cranberries
through a strainer. Mix all ingredi
ents and freeze. . "
Perhaps the pumpkin pie nas oecn
the most popular of all pies, and since
Colonial times has been found on
the table as regularly as the season
comes around. Incongruous as it may
the "DUinDkin pie is otien
made of sauash. which has a more
delicate texture, ana a sweeter navor
than th nnmnkin. Besides pies there
are numbers of other good things that
he made with pumpkin ana
Always Use' THE BEE
They Look Forward
The family looks forward to Sun
day Dinner. And an important
part is the Dessert. Next Sunday
serve our. Sunday . Special. , It's
ISTytM Appetizing satisfying made in v
VjPsSrvV .'the old ferm way.--
sW taste. 1 Armour's triumph in I
---" i uiihi'1" ' "' i 1 sausage -making. . Meat of '
y:f''l links, in pound cartons. I
jfrYJvy f'lt. tomorrow wit"
U2VesSie533 ' "'' '' v wheat cakes.
I kfiJ:s n f "pt "mrrt 1obt. budatz. Mgr., uu. i
I V&alaM XWrW.'MnS-'1' r VHIIavHI r - IN... tht.. IV.... IMA. nm.ha Nash I
squash. Either may be used in the
recipes given here, but when squash
is used, not quite so much sugar will
be required, and, as iris not so wa-1 datea.
tery, it takes a little more -milk. Bake p. teupoonf"!
pumpkin pies in deep tins and nave
the pastry thin.
, Baked Pumpkin.
Peel and cut the pumpkin or squash
in small strips. Put a layer in the bot
tom of a bake dish. Sprinkle with
sugar and salt and dot with butter. A
grating of nutmeg or a little cinamon
may be sprinkled over each layer. Re
peat until the dish is nearly tun.
Sprinkle the top well with sugar. Bake
a moderate oven. When the pie es
done the sugar on the top should be
cooked to a thick brown syrup and .
the pumpkin should be nice and ten
der. Serve hot. Pumpkin or squash is
nice baked in the shell.
Rich Pumpkin Pie.
1 pint pumpkin or cornstarch '
Bquaab. 1 pint sweet mirk
H cupful butter 1 cupful sugar
S eggs teaspoonful ginger
H teaapoonful salt 1 toaspoonf ul nutmeg
1 teaapoonful teaapoonful
Lemon extract cinnamon .
Pare a pumpkin; remove all seeds
and stringy inside. Cut into strips
or cubes and steam or boil until per
fectly tender. Pass through a sieve;
add the other ingredients. Beat the
yolks and whites of the eggs separ
ately. Blend the cornstarch into the
yolks ot the eggs ana aaa to tne
other ingredients. Beat up the whites
and fold in. line deep pie tins with
thin pastry; pour in the pumpkin
mixture and bake a golden brown.
Sprinkle with a little sugar, and .
serve cold. This amount .ought to
make two pies.
Colonial Pie With Whipped Cream. .'
, H teaapoonful allaplee
1 pint pttmpkm H teaapoonful
1 tableepoonful butter cinnamon
teaapoooful Bolt 1 tabreepoonfnl flour
t egge 1 teaapoonful ginger
1 cupful eager ' teeapoonroi nutmeg
Mix all the ingredients thoroughly;
add the beaten whites of the eggs last
Fill crusts two-thirds full and bake
until the pumpkin custard is set and
the top is a golden brown. As no
milk enters this pie, it will improve
this pie to top it off with whipped
cream sweetened with powdered
sugar and flavored with a teaspoonful
of vanilla or a dash of cinnamon.
. Cocoanut Pumpkin Pie.
1 pint pumpkin pulpl tableepoonful butter
1 pint good milk j H teaspoonful salt
I eggs teaapoonful ginger
H cupful grated 1 teaspoonful vanilla
cocoanut '1 cupful sugar
teaapoonful mace (
Mix the ingredients together thor
oughly. The whites and yolks of the
eggs should be beaten separately.
Pour into pastry-lined tins and bake
until custard is firm and brown.
Cover with a springing of grated
1 pint pumpkin pulp 1 teaapoonful butter
1 pint rich milk H teaapoonful salt ,
fl teaspoonful 1 teaapoonful ginger
cinnamon ' 1 cupful etewod
2 egaa raisins
Mixall ingredients thoroughly to
gether. The raisins should be seeded
and run through a food chopper. Use
light brown sugar in this pie ana it
one-half cupful does not make the pie
sweet enough, add a little more sugar.
Pumpkin-Date Pie. :'
1 pint pumpklo tt teaspoonful all
pulp. - spice. . '
cupful butter. 1 cupful milk.
tt cupful chopped S eggs.
ft teaapoonroi gran
cinnamon. K teaspoonful nut.
Everything le high. Even condensed
milk going skyward. Better stay with
your old Alamito milk man. .
Relatively milk ie cheap only a
few such foods as rice and corn meal
are Ba cheap per pound of nutrition
delivered. Nearly all other foods are
Klgber. But milk when used with other
cheaper foods becomes still more
economical and more valuable.
Do Not Deceive Yourself.
Use Plenty of Milk.
The "Milk-White" Dairy.
Douglaa 409. j
Blend aU-the ingredients to a cream.
Beat up the yolks and whites of eggs
separately and fold in the whites the
last thing. Pour into crusts and bake.
Serve cold with a layer of whipped
cream on, top flavored with a little
vanilla and dotted, if liked, with a
few crystallized cherries. These, pies
can be made in the form of patties.
They are nice served at the Thanks
giving supper in this shape.
Pumpkin Custard Pudding. -
1 pint pumpkin pulp. 1 cupful light
H cupful sugar. brown sugar.
S -eggs. 1 teaapoonful cinna
H teaepoofut salt mon.
H teaapoonful mace. 1 teaapoonful ginger.
1 pint cream. 14 teaspoonful nut
Beat up the yolks and whites sep
arately, and very light; add to the.
other ingredients. Bake in pudding
dish. Serve cold.
ASK FOB and GET
X THE ORIGINAL '
Cheap Substitutes cost YOU umi pric.
A npee.M riaortment ot Turkeys, Geese and Ducks will be on sale Saturday.
Watch the Tuesday papers for our big Thanksgiving poultry offer. Our buyers art
in the country now selectiiic poultry.
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chickens. .
Choice Forequartera Lamb, per lb .
Pig Pork Lome (fresh aot Ireeea) per
lb, at , IZ'se
Young Veal Roast, lb UVsC
Young Veal Chops, lb. ...ldVie
Steer Pot Roast, lb .9V,c
Steer Round Steak, lb 17Vsc
Steer Porterhouse Steak, lb 17Vic
Steer Sirloin Steak, lb leVic
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb 13 Vie
Pig Pork Roast, lb 13'iC
Pi Pnrk Ri,l. Ih lSV4fi
uellvenee neat rrompuy -man vroera at Aoove rncn.
I Mutton Chops, lb M'ic
Spare Klbs; lb , ll-ftc
Eitra Lean Regular Hams, lb..,.16,c
Sugar Cured 'lini, lb ..3Lfac
Extra Lean L.eakfast Bacon, lb. . . .2oVe
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 17Vc
fresh Oysters, per quart ;.,..35c
From S to 9 p. m. Pork Chops, lb. . ,13c
From 9 to 10 p, m. Country Seusege,
per lb, at , sc
113 South lath Street
Phone Doug. 2307
Cedar Brook Whiskey
, Sunklat California. Wines, par quart 50c
rr coupons for genuino cut flat docantort and dinner tots.
All coupons out will' bo radoomod.
Cackley Bros. cSilte.
' MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY .
THFY WFRF DIINnnWM
Ileal II hill. IIUIIUUIIII
How often we bear it said of a man
or woman that "they were rundown in
sickness. For that reason it is impor
tant that when you find you tire easily,
when your nerves are troublesome or
your woik is irksome, you should
strengthen your system immediately
with the blood-enriching, tissue-building
food in Scott's Emulsion which
Contains pure Norwejian cod liver
oil and is free from alcohol.
Scott a Bows., Blooimd. N.J. kVal
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