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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 October 1894

Prohibitionists Column Tht» column !s rented to ibu Aberdeen I r<> hl'iM»n < :nh fi.r ~ . TSu* tditorof I'll): !I : • vx.i» is net re:.|u»!isil»lo for the sentiments expi* •' !n this rolnmii. The i'rohibiii iii candidates will tn:»ke a ihrongh canvas of Hi.- county; they all Mug intellectual and capable of diseilM i,,_. 111.- issues of till! ilay ;we have group ed them into two divi-'ioim. FlKS'i' DIVISION. Clris Kill lor, candidate f<r Mate .-er.ator N. |!. Cnliiiaii, " " Boprosentative I) 'xtor Newton •' "«• Ireasurer 11 ||. Million, " " Assessor \ K (iiillitlis " " Co. Attorney j. K. l'ulver, " " Coroner C II Nye, " Wreckmaßter J K Meilcaif, " " Commissioner will address their follow citizens at 8 p. m., at— Oakville Monday, October 15 Porter Tuesday, " 10 Ford's l'rairio ... Wednesday, 17 Klma, Thutsday, " 18 Satsop, 1' ndav, 1J Montesano, Saturday, 20 Ocosta, Monday, " 22 Westport Tuesday, " 23 Aberdeen Wednesday, " 24 lloquiam Thursday, 25 Cosmopolis l'tiday, " 20 ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 October 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. "FOLLOW f,!C OME." There was no one like 'iin, \>r. e or foot Nor any o' the guns 1 Knew, And because it was ;o, \\ L;, o' courst he went an died. Which is just what the best men do. So it's knock out your pipes an follow mo. An it's finish up your swipes an follow we. Oh, 'ark to the bis* drum callin, Follow luo—follow mo 'ome! 'Is mare she neighs the 'ole day long. She paws the '010 night through. An sho won't take Vr feed 'cause o' waitin for 'is step, Which is just what a beast would do. 'Is girl she goes with a bombardier lief ore Vr month is through, An the banns are up in church, for she's got the beggar hooked, Which is Just what n girl would do. Wo fought 'bout a dog—last week it wero— No more than a round or two. Hut I stroock 'im cruel 'aid, an I wish I 'ailn't now. Which is just what a man can't do. 'E was all that I 'ad in the of a friend, An ? 've 'ad to find one new. But IM give my pay an stripe for to get the beggar back. Which it's Just too late to...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 October 1894

VOL. IX. V Your V ? Heart's Blood ! ▼ Is the most important part of ▼ fIV your organism. Three-fourths of VP the complaints to which the sys- i tem is subject are due to impuri- ties in the blood. Fm fore, realize how vital it is to ■■■ JJ Keep It Pure J ▼ For which purpose nothing can ▼ ? equal KJKKOI It effectually re movesCSStflall impurities, X V cleanses the blood thoroughly m and builds up the general health, Our Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed VFree to any address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, 6a. T IVU^A-T-S REOUCEDPRICES! Best Steak - - 10c per'lb Best Roast, - - So " Good Boiling, - 5c " Other J\feats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT, INCHON STREET, ABKUDKKN, - - - WASH. Mrs. E. A. Barrone, FINE - MILLINERY fIKKON Sr., Abkrdkkx. JUST RECEIVED! Tile Finest Line of Goods in Chehalis County Quality not Surpassed in the Cities. LATEST STYLES, Croud Goods;, Fine Jets, and Ornaments. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. FRANK IYEATIIERWAX & CO., AnunnuEN, Wasii. Tanners and Taxaderm...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 October 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October 18, 1894. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year.' 12.00 Six months. 1.00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., as Becoud class mail matter. Xotlees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. OEIUOCKATIC TICKET. STATE. Representatives In Congress— Thomas Caton, of Lincoln county. Bbnj. F. Hukston, of Tacoma. Judges Supreme Court— J. L. Shakpstein, of Walla Walla. Thomas X. Allen, of Olympia. COUNTY. State senator Euof.ne Fhance, Aberdeen „ (Edmund Croft. Markliam Rcprcseutathes .. Neeson, Moutesauo Auditor W. B. Mack, Aberdeen Sheriff. B. R. Martin, Elma Clerk James E. Lyons, Cosmopolis Treasurer - Assessor Ovie Anderson, Montesano Attorn...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 October 1894

Prohibitionists Column 'Ihis column is rented to the Aberdeen l*n> h.bltio.i Club f>» 4 ' cash. The editor of Thk 1!':" v:.:» *s not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this column. The Prohibition candidates w ill make a through canvas of llu' county; they all being intellectual and capable of discuss ing llu* issues of the day ; we have group ed tliein into two divisions. KIHST DIVISION. Clias Fuller, candidate for State Senator N I'. Col in an, " " Kepresentative lVxter Newton " " Treasurer |i 11. Mullen, " " Assessor A. K. Gtillitlis " " Co. Attorney .1. K. 1 'ulvol - , " " Coroner C. 11. Nye, " " Wreckmaster ,1 K Medcalf, " " Commissioner will address their fellow citizens at 8 p. in., at— Satsop, Friday, October 19 Montesano, Saturday, " 20 Ocosta, Monday, " 22 Westport Tuesday, " 23 Aberdeen Wednesday, " 24 iloipiiam Thursday, 25 Cosmopolis Friday, " 2(1 SECOND DIVISION. .1 A Gilkey, candidate for Co. Surveyor A. 11. Lackey, " " Representative N. (}. Wheeler, " ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 October 1894

THE PHANTOM ARMY. And I eaw a phantom array cor.ie, With never a sound or life ur urum, But keeplr.g stop to a muffled hum Of walling lamentation; Tho martyred heroos of Malvern Hill, Of Gettysburg and ChnnccUorsvlUc— Tho men whoso waited bodies fill . Tho patriot graves of tho nation. Apd thero camo the unknown dead, the men Who died In feverswamp and fon, The slowly starved of prlton pen, And marching beside tho others Pamo tho (luaky martyrs of Pillow's flght, with llmbe enfranchised and bearing bright. I thought—'twarf the palo moonlight— They looked as \vhlto 03 their brothers. And so all night marched tho nation's dead. With never a banner above them spread. No sign eave the bare, uncovered head Of their silent, grim reviewer. With never an arch but the vaulted sky. With not a flower save thoso which lie On distant graves, for love could buy Ko gift that was purer or truer. Bo all night long moved tho 6trange array: 80 all night long till the break of day X watched for one who...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 October 1894

L. IX. 1 «<«««««? Your ▼ Heart's Blood 2 Is the most important part of ▼ your organism. Three-fourths of W the complaints to which the sys- i tern is subject are due to impuri- W ties in the blood. You can, fore, realize how vital it is to Keep It Pure J For which purpose nothing can ▼ equal U<M It effectually re- flB movesßSKßall impurities, X cleanses the blood thoroughly W and builds up the general health, Our Treatise on Blcad and Skin diseases nailed Free to any address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., JUtaim. B|. ▼ P-E-A-T-S iEDUCEDPRICES! mest Steak - - 10c per lb West Roast, - - 8c " moocl Boiling, - 5c " mther Meats in Proportion | JAMES BARRETT, lIKRON RTREKT, wERDEEN, - WASH. *Mrs. E. A. Barrone, FINE - MILLINERY Huron St., Aiieiidkex. IUST RECEIVED! 'lie Finest Line of Goods in Chehalis County (Quality not Surpassed in the Cities. {LATEST STYLES, Good Goods, Pine Jets, and Ornaments. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED, FRANK HEATIIERHAX & CO., Aiikrdken, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermists....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 October 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October 25, 1394-, ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year 12.00 Six months 1.00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts <if the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the uitme preferrably but not necessarily for publication. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATE. Representative! In Congress— Thomas Caton, of Lincoln county. Bt.sj, F. Hueston, of Tacomu. Judges Supreme Court— J. L. SII AKI'BTEI N, Of Wallll Walla. Thomas N. Allen, of Olympia. COUNTV. State senator Kuokne France, Aberdeen (Edmund Croft, Markham Representatives . Jem*, Wesson, Montesauo Auditor W. E. Mack, Aberdeen Sheriff. B. R. Martin, Elma Clerk James E. Lyons, Cosmopolis Treasurer — Assessor Ovie Anderson, Mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 October 1894

Prohibitionists Column This column is n nted the Aberdeen lro hibif.ioii ( iul> i«» • ■nsh. oiliinr of iii i: Hi \i.i> i.H n.'t n?.-i'«»iisi bio for tho sentiments cxj re ■" this column. risoiil HiTio ;II KKI STATU. [•'in- Congress— \V. W. Van Diiscii, of Spokane. 11. F. lirown, of \apavine. Justice of Supreme Court— John W. Peters, of Dayton. A. A. livers, of Seattle. C'OI'NTV. State Senator —Chas. Fuller. Satsop. Represent at ives—l >r. N. lb Coleman of Montesano; A.ll.Lackey D.l>., Aberdeen. Coiiuly Auditor —J. C. liiles. Klnia. Treasurer —I Vxtei Newton, Oukville. KherilF —Edward Henie, Aberdeen. Cleik —Beit Lemley, Uoquiani. County Attorney—A. K. GrifTiths, Mon tesano. " Supt. of Schools —N. G. \Y heeler, Elma. Assessor—l'. 11. Mullen, Montesano. Coroner—J. E. l'ulver, Cosmopolis. County Surveyor—.l. A. Gilkey, Monte sano. Wreckmaster—C. 11. Nye, Westport. Commissioner 2nd. Dist.—J. E. Med calf, Montesano. Com. 3d. Dist.—J. A. Phillips, John's River. Hev. J. A. Mann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 November 1894

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 November 1894

■V";|'' ';t ■' :•' ■> ' oiuiHll ... . : I • • i I 'I. .Mil. i.l . v i i V v.\.t .i M •• '. '• { L; «•! .■•iij'svmt';' ! '.i' j ,}in W. ! •*"• •, ot i>aVton. A. i "I »i 4 < .... |le;>:c en!utives— Pr. . V>. ColeliHUl of Y .y.iirer- i:< '. ' 1 •' 'W toil, I' ikville. 'oiiutv Altorue\ —A. K. Crillitlis, Mon ino. Upt. of Schools—N. (i. W Ir.H'lor, Kliim. issessor —I'. 11. Mullen, Montosano. loroner —.1. 10. Pulvei', Cosinopolis. 'oimtv Surveyor —.1. A. < iilkev, Monte "reckniaster—C. 11. Nye, West pod. oinmissioner 2nd. Mist. —.1. K. Med -0111. .'ld. Pift. —J. A. Phillips, John's A Word \\ il!i Vnlors, cniember that all your pretentions of ig a temperance man, go for nothing L the polls you ca.-t a ballot for ally ■r paity than the Prohibition party, einember, that saloon men don't care ■aw how much you preach, or pray, or sing teniperainv, if you only vote same ticket with thum at election, cniember, that it makes but little liif iu'i* with tlit.' prosperity «»1 ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 November 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 November 1894

\our V leart's Blood 2 i the most important part of ▼ ur organism. Three-fourths of •• [ complaints to which the sys- i li is subject are due to impuri- W lin the blood. You can, e, realize how vital it is to Va Keep It Pure J r which purpose nothing can ▼ lal It effectually re- <■ all impurities, anses the blood thoroughly 1 builds up the general health, Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed Free to any address, NIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. ▼ ■^AJT-S luCEo' PRICES! Steak - - 10c per lb Ivjß Roast, - - So Boiling, - Xe " flip?' Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT. Hh)]'.KX, wash. Brs. E. A. Barrone, ME - teILLINERY |>fj| 11 Kin in Sr., Am:ui)i:i:N. MBT RECEIVED! Line of S Goods in Clielialis County jflty not Surpassed in the Cities. ■[test styles, p-oocl Goods. Fine Jets, and Ornaments. MIL ORDERS SOLICITED, 4A\k IVF.ITIimUVIX & CO.. !$i Aiikkijhen, Wash. Ii ■ I ana 5 Taxadermists. lit Jj|i]s for Sam/cd to Order 1 HAVE NOW I'OK SALIC tue Ftir Rugs. Stuffed Birds, u| ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 November 1894

Herald. Thursday. November IJ. 1894. :S.-U£D KVK;iY TIIt'USDAY JAMK- F. ' jIRTOX. TEUMS :T SCBbCaICTIOS : Ouc year .12.00 .six month? • 1-W Three months A Ivcrtisin-' rate* 0:1 application. _ Entered a f the postoffice at Aberdeen ( Wash., as s-.i.oii'i class mail matter. Notices "f births, matriages •»: deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short f'»mmunica t i«mß on topics <»f public" inter >t. when accompanied by the iiiime of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but>t net essarily for publication* AND NOW FOR BUSINESS. The elections are over, the tariff ques- J tion is settled for four veats at least; the country can now turn its attention to business. No matter what the individual may think of the results of the one or the effect of the other, the one important thing before the people now is to make every effort for the enlargement of busi ness and the employment of capital and labor. We believe the effect of the new ta...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 November 1894

V V YT I ' i \ i hr H i-N i iv7A. V. . L Hi. y I ..I . :- • 11V (• ch. • •' > = :«» '• \. > ... fur ,i I , pu lii the railroad. - ; ; , ips ly.es in I,ml wear, nt Joff'li. \ |.. v r !i "in i i nin;>tuli| s Monday. Fresh fruit always on hand at llein both I'ros. J. A. Sniiili went up to the eoun'y seit this inorniiiu'. A. 10. Hill' ciiinedown d->wn from rol ler this alleinoon. Fresh luead daily at Alerdeen Unkery. Four loaves for 25 cents. K. /elasko returned last evening from a business trip to Taconia. lien. Willey went to Olympia last Monday, returning yesterday. Twenty-live cents of fun about the 2:>rd inst. at the Acme opera house. l'eardsley llros. are buildinga two-story addition to their carpenter shop. "A Cup of Tea" and "Dox and Cox" at the Acme opera house about the 2isrd inst. Frank M. liatchelor and Martha J. Worle of Westport, were married last week. Mrs. Schroder went up to Montesano yesterday morning, for a week's visit with friends. I.ook out for amate...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 November 1894

W C. !. I. HHPARTMENI.I UL'vJ V. A\; ...... V. C. T. V.] i ••• '*> a«: .-i.ilit i.rjzettc savs there are searly 200,000 voters in the Empire State why iive by the -.i lIJOII • Much ado is being made about Bishop Watterson's decree announcing th* with drawal of l.is "approbation from any and every Catholic society, or branch or divis ion thereof, that has a liquor dealer or saloon keeper at its head or anywhere among its officers." This may be, and doubtless is, an advance step for the Catholic church, but there is not a Prot estant church in the country that would not have to go back a quarter of a cen tury in order to take that position. Among many interesting incidents con nected with the closing of the saloons in Kittanning, Pa., a leading merchant tells the following: A woman came into his store very timidly. She wasevidentlv unaccustomed to trading. "What can 1 do for you?" inquired the merchant. "I want a pair of shoes for a little girl." "What number?" "f'he is twelve year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 November 1894

our leart's Bio the most important j ir organism. Three-fou ! complaints to which tl n is subject are due to i iin the blood. Voucan, e, realize liow vital it is Keep It Pure >r which purpose nothii ual ttitl 11 effectu; i Ves BSO all impi eanses the Mood thori id builds up the general 1 i Treatise on 151 nod and Skin discas* tree to any address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanti ii a ■< [SuCEd'PRiGfcS! 1/ Steak - - 10c per lb ■/ Boas/, - - So " 90<t lioilii/g, - -~>c " Ihcr .Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT. IIKKOX STKKHT, ■KDKF.N', WASH. iTi's. E. A. Barrone, Bp r fKI-- ij S Ist RECEIVED! ■ Finest Line of M Goods in Cliehalis Comity My not Surpassed in the Cities. ATEST STYLES, Good Goods, Fins Jets, and Ornaments. Mir. ORDERS SOLICITED, IA\R WEATIIERWAX & ( 0.. A iti:ui>i:i:.v, Wa.-h. 'anners and 1 Taxadermists. ■ns for fyigs banned to Order IIAVK NOW EOR SALE tne Fur Hugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers. Etc. ■OICE GREBE SKINS. FOR HATS Mail Orders Solicited. F ANTED. TO B...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 November 1894

[our J leart's Blood J Ithe most important part of ▼ Lr organism. Three-fourths of M J complaints to which the sys- h is subject are due to impuri- ■in the blood. Vou can, re, realize how vital it is to Keep It Pure J >r which purpose nothing can ▼ u;il It effectually re- 4B ) Ves BKK2I all impurities, :anses the blood thoroughly d builds up the general health, Treatise on B'.ootl an 1 Skin diseases mailed Free to any address, WIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. V ISuGED' PRICES! I Steak - - JOe per lb t Iloast, - - So " (I JJoilii/g, - nc '' ■cr .Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT. HURON BTHi:i:T, WDKKX, - - - WASH. Mrs. E. A. Barrone, I«. *'• I[I:i:■ • N Sr., Aiskkdß::n. ■ '■i IST RECEIVED! I IMIK'.-t LillC of M Goods in Chelialis County aflty not Surpassed in the Cities. &TEST STYLES, Good Goods, Fine Jets, and Ornaments. SIL ORDERS SOLICITED. U\k IVEATIIEMIAX & CO.. Aheudken, Wash. anners and Taxadermists. fciDs for Sailed to Order »| IIAYK NOW lOU SALE |tie Fur Rugs, Stti...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 November 1894

Ahem* en heralil. Thursday, >io\c;u'>er 15. 1.-iLKU EVEIIY 'illl'lt-DAY J.VME-: K. c.IKTuX. TLI-.M" OK -l UsCKU'TION : One year — six months. .. ... lw Three mouth* ....... -ou a lvertiiing rates «»u application. Entered at the postoSice at AberueeDt naan., us sueonl eia-s mail mutter. Kotlees of blrtbi, marriages or death* prluted fn e. r.irrespon.tenee • lesdred from alt parts of theeomity. short < .>mmnnications on topo s of public interest* when accompanied by the name <>f the wriK-r. will lie inserted, the name preferraMv but not netLs-arily for publication. SOME OBSERVATIONS. More than a year yet remains befi'ie the congresss just electe.l takes its seat, and the fifty-third congress has one more session prior to the fourth of March, when its existence terminates. Half of the time before the next election will still be under complete Democratic ad ministration. and all of the time under the Democratic tariff. The Republicans have persistently denied responsib...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 November 1894

BRIEF MENTION. All ti ■ i i i v, . a ,at Joff'c. Fresh fruit alwayi on hand at Rein* both r.r.--.' |; |r. of f.■••m.-polis, was in tow n Tuc.-day. l'resli bread daily at Aberdeen Bakory» 1 "onr lon vex for !_'■') cents. 'i 1:..-. i'rethrake made a business trip to ~iiUhitiii List Mniiday. I'. I'. <';,ii k made n business trip to the thriving town of Cosmopolis on Monday. Win. 11. I'mker left this morning for a few weeks' visit with his brother at Wcuatchec, Wash. Harry VaiiTasseU has charge of the N H'llierii I'iicilie cxptc s bu.-ilu :-s ill the abs 'lice of Agent : lock,vi-ii. AI. l'dake, engineerat Wilson's mill, has moved to his claim down on the heath some distance below Cohassett. Messrs. Charles and Krank l'ralsch re turned from a htiiitiug expedition Tues day morning, well loaded with game. Home made comforters for sale by <>. .1. Lawrence. Cheap as ready made and twice as good. Will also be made to or der. The topics at the Methodist chinch next Sunday w ill he—mor...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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