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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

The San Juan Islander O. n iimik. K«Ut*r. FRIDAY HARBOR V ASH. AEWS OF THE JAY steresting Items from Vnrwus Parts of tN Worldßesume of tie Less !mportan< Happenings of the Past Wzck in Cor ittutd Pom. The battleship Oregon ha 6 arrived at Yokohama, Japan. Hengeimailer yon Hengervan, the Aamitro-Hungarian minister at Wash ington, it is innouneed, has been raised to tlif rank of an ambassador. Spike Sulliviin of Boston defeated Bill Cheater of London in the 14th round at London. The fight was for the lightweight championship of England. Announcement in made at Chicago of the organization of -tlie Lyon Cypress Lumber Company, with a capital stock of $2,000,000, to operate, in Louisiana. A large ineretn In the Russian navy has been planned for 1903. The bud get made public shows an increase of $'.1,000,01)0, all to be expended for new ships. The former transport Hancock, under command of Capt. Frederick W. Coffin, of the navy, has sailed from San Fran cisco for Philadelphia to become...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

BOMBARDED FORT FUERTO CABELLO FORTIFICATIONS DEMOLISHED. Both British and German Warships Take Part—Action Appears to Have Been Hasty—Few Moments Delay Would Have Made It Un necessary. Puerto Cabello, Dec. 15.—The British cruiser Chraybdis and the German cruiser Vineta bombarded the fortress here at 5 o'clock and quickly silenced it. The bombardment lasted for 45 minutes. The fortress ie composed of Kort Solano and the Castle Libertador. After the tmng ceased, the Charybdis pent marines to occupy the castle. Tho fortress was almost demolished. It is probable that only a few persons were injured by the shelling. The com mander of Castle Libertador has been taken prisoner. The cruisers are still here. At 7 o'clock in the morning the Charybdis and the Vineto arrived here, searching for Venezuela gunboats. The two cruisers sent their boats into the inner port, but rinding no gunboats, the boats returned. The captain of the British merchantman Topaz, which waß seized by the mob last Wedn...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

San jfuan Islander THE ISI.AM»KK CO., I»ul»Hsli«r«. O, 11. CITI,VKR, ..Kditor ami Manager. filtered at the postoilice in Friday II ii'M.ir as second el^ss mail matter. Sill>«i-ri|ition Price, - «M..">O Pur Your Taa oacial Paper ol San Juan County. — ClubWnj List * T • all subscribers paying one year in I advance (and arrears, if any) the follow-' ii r named publications »re offered, to g.-th r with the IS LAND 10 It, at the com bitntk>n prices quoted, vi».: Ir-I.AMH.K and P -at'le Pott-lntclllKeaoer, mat-weekly, $?.oo ! Seattle Times, weekly, .... \.so j Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 | Kew York TribuiK Farmer - - - 1.80 Kcw York Tribune Review .... 1.80 ! .New York Tribune, •ri-'.veckly, - - 2.10 rhrice-a-Weefc N. Y. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade, 1.60 I>etra!t Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. P, KxMiiiiiur, weekly, - - - 2.501 S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 200 ' Chi igo Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 R. l'.iul Pioneer Press, weekly, - ♦ 2.00 -Montreal Famil...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

ipIMNQ/WEN VVINDFROOF HURDLES. plans For ncmorinß One Objection to Tills Kind of Fencing;. fi,,r. objection which seems to be ■ i , tne more general use of hur ( . Is ;!io liability of their being blown 0 , \ writer in Country Gentleman iliusLraticns of huruies which. to cprp. off or less resistance or are bet t,r tortilied against the effects of the prind: Fi_'. 1. while not strictly a movable bunlle. is nevertheless considered Ag gu , h and is the one in most common Q ge hereabout I can only give meas urements from memory, but should lay that they were ten feet long and five feet high when set up. The figure ibown is made of sawed stuff, but they arc mure often made of split saplings. The <•<instruction, however, is precisely tbe same. Iloles are made with a bar, nnd they are set end to end and pinned together at the top. These, like those lupported on the A crutch, form a per fectly straight fence, which is not so proof njralnrt the force of the wind as oaf built Elgsag or ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

CHAPTER 111. Tn the twilight June and her mother were sitting. June was \>y the window, trying to work in the fading liuht. "Gome here, my darling," said her ■Bother. "I want to talk to you. It is ah<mt Tom." "Has he been talking to you?" cried Jnne, Hushing up. "How unfair of him! He promised me not to say a word to any one for six months." "Do you want to have any secrets from me?" asked Mrs. Hi vis gently. "But," said June, in a troubled voice, "how can I promise anything when I do not know my own mind? I like him—l am very fond of him—l wish he was my brother; but I am sure," with a little in- Toluritary shudder, "that I do not love him." It was impossible to approach the sub ject of Tom any more that evening, but, as Mrs. Hirers had invited him to come and hear the result of her embassy, she felt it absolutely necessary to have some thing to tell him. She therefore attacked the subject when June came into her room next morning, and the result of the inter view was that Ju...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

t ilial Sympathy. "When I was your age," paid Mr. Cioldbatrs sternly, "I earned my own living." , v His eon looked uneasy, but was eilent. ,V*C- ->% . . \ •♦Well, have you nothing to say for nrpelf in that connection?" ' ">'-nothing, sir, except that I sym pathize with you, and congratulate you on the fact that it's all over."—Lon don Tit-Bits. To Break In New Shoes, Always shake in Aliens Foot-Ease, a powder It cures chilblains, damp, sweating, achine' swollen feet. Cures Corns and Bunions. At all druggists and shoe stores, 2.tc. Don't accept an y substitute. Sample mailed FREE. Address Alien S. Olmstead, Leßoy, N. V . Liquidity of the German Language. Mr. Caeey, under the impression that the perfuming machine was a phono graph, dropped a cent in the Blot and placed the tube to his ear. "Wow!" he exclaimed suddenly, flinging the tube from him. "It's a wonder some one wouldn't iuvint waterproof records for thim dorn Ger man songs!" — New York Sun. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hund...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 December 1902

Lopez Island LOPtt* Vernon Wood Ts home again. Guy Kent wpnt to Seattle last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Thornton and daugh ter Kva have retained from Seattle. Mlf. I. J- Lichlenbcrtr is able to be out again after an illiess ol three weeks. The M. K. Sunday school will have a Christinas troe at the church Christinas ore. i. . : Tom Blake and hi •uncle left Seattle last week Wednesday for Toronto, Can ada. The youngejri 808 ' f Mr. and Mrs. Lar* I bee died Sunday, December 7, and was buried Tut -lay, the Btfa. C. T. Butler made ■ business trip to Se attle during tlir* week. Ho purchased a ■work bor*?e while there. - „ ; Oscar Wooks has returned from What qomwith the engine for the- launch he and ln> brother Bert are building. Lo ely, beautiful, artistio and ele gant things at Fowle's. A New llvineily The old friends of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will be pleased to know that the manufacturers of '1 at preparation have gotten out a new remedy called Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

oc ban jiian Islander. xou xn. Santa Glaus Is Here All sorts of Useful and Orna mental things suitable for HOLIDAY GIFTS Toys, Notions, Good Things to Eat, Fine Things in Dry Goods and Wearing Apparel N. E. CHURCHILL . Successor to THK SAN .THAN TRADINC COMPANY - is. •■ 4 , - To My Patrons and Friends The present year is fast bearing its close and Will soon be numbered with the thoughts ot the past. I thank my patrons and friends for their patronage and well wishes for the passing year and hope to merit their patron age and well wishes for : the ensuing year. Please come in and get one of the prettiest Calendars iii town. L. B. CASTER, Proprietor Blue Front Store T"» TTTTTTTTTTT -TTTT tttttttttwt, , ■ • IP. A. JENSEN] t (Successor to Martin & Jensen) j I a General Merchandise M j $ Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest « X Trices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. - |t,,, tm ]) R y (pwiiffl °rs- ji 'A^-; Ur, K , mm DRY GOODS STORE "-^^ ■H- ♦-f >♦♦-f ♦ ♦ HH ♦♦♦♦♦♦4 + t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

The San Juan Islandei \ O. 11. CULVER, K«m*r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS UF THE foil aterestinn Items from Various Parts of ft World — Resume of tie Less Importer. Happening* of the Past Wzek in Cor Sensed Form. A movement is on foot to establish an "American Henley" at Philadel phia. Representative Stevens of Texan has introduced a bill to open to settlement 505,000 acres of land in the Kiowa. Comanche and Apache Indian reserva tions in Oklahoma. The Brazilian chamber of deputies, according to a New York Herald dis patch from Rio Janiero, has ratified the treaty of extradition with the United States. 1 The house has passed the pure food bill. Winston Churchill, the novelist, is reported seriously ill at the home of his uncle at St. Louis. The telephone girls at Dcs Moines, who have been on strike for six months, have won their right. The house committee on banking and currency has favorably reported the currency bill introduced by chairman Fowler. Italy ha? decided she can not have a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

TO FIGHT TRUSTS. H OISE APPROPRIATES A HALF MILLION. lliis I-arge Sum to be Expended Under Direction of Attorney Gen eral to Enforce Sherman Law. Both Parties Voted for Amend ment. Washington, Dec. 19.—Mr. Bartlett, a (Jeorgia Democrat, during the consid eration of the legislative appropriation bill in the house, unexpectedly and without warning, sprang au amend ment to appropriate $250,000 to en force the Sherman anti-trust law and to direct the attorney general to pro ved to the prosecution of all violators of the law. Although such a provi sion was plainly amenable to a point o f order, not a member on either side of the house raised an objection. Both sides wheeled into line, and all agreed that such action was advisiable. Some o f the Republicans raised objection to the looseness of the language of the amendment, and Mr. Hepburn, of lowa, offered as a substitute for it the lan guage of th« bill he introduced on the opening day of the session, to appro priate $5000,00 for the en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

San Juan Islander THE ISt.ANOKK CO., Publisher*. O. H. CtH.VKR, : Kditor and Manager. s'Entered at tlio posfroQlce in Friday Harbor as second emu mail matter. ■ ulUUll#M— Trio*", - 51.50 Tor Year fbi Official Paper ol San Juan County. ~THUKSPAY, pECKMBEH 23; 1902 _ Clubbing Mat s - To nil subscribers paying one year in j advance (and arrears, if any) the follow- ; n: warned publication* arc ottered, to gether with the ISLANDJER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Seattle Post-IntclUgencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 | Seattle Times, weekly, .-- - 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 , iiexf York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 j si v York Tribune Review - I•■"'> j N v York Tribune, <riweckly, - - 2.10, Tiirice-a-Wtek N. v. World, - - - 2.00 | Toledo Blade, I«*° Detroit Free Tress, semi-wet.kly, - - 2.00 g, F. l{xaniiner, weekly, - - - 2-5" S. >••. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 200 Chicago Inter-Ocean; weekly, - - 2.15 M, Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - 200 Montreal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

notice; and summons In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. Sa" V'lanS" I * mUUiOipal cor P°rilti(lI> within and of the State of Washington against ■ i M . S. Norman R. C. Am, 0 ■ R McNal y. Unknown, P. p. Dnw, Joseph Billon, W. 11. Mirber. — AlcMiirray. Unknown. George Wright Jacob Biin anger, Charles Berry. John Johnson, John McGuigin, S. l< s Gr v Un known, W.W. Malory, Unknown, .1. Fowle, F. P. iJauni". Unknown md ,iii person* unknown it any, having or claiming'an interest" till" or es ate ia to the hereinafter described lands and real property, co-defendants? The State of Washington to M. S. Norman, K. C. Ains c H McV-illv Vi known F.P Dow. Joseph Hilton, W. H. Surbcr, ~ MeilurVav.U. known"! George Wright. Jacob Ihnswanger, Charles Berry, John Johnson. John McGuloiS i S. H. 8 Gray, Unknown, VV. W. Mal|ory, Unknown, J. F..w10 F P \\ '„„, Ui, ' known, and all persons unknown, if Any, having or claiming an Interest title or '< estate in and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

CHATTER V. It had been arranged that Agnes, Madge and June were to go up to the Hall for tea and lawn tennis the next afternoon; and. that her cousins were to call for June in the pony carriage. She came tripping out of the door as they drove up. Arrived at the Hall, the cousins were requested to join the party in the garden, and found Mrs. Ellesmere and her guests Bitting under the trees. Tom's big form loomed in the distance; he was doing something to one of the nets. Dallas sat on a garden seat beside Mrs. Fetherston, a guest from London, talking to her in an engrossed manner. The moment, how ever, that he became aware of the new arrivals, he left her and went forward to greet them. He looked handsomer than ever to-day, in his white flannels, with the pale-blue Eton sash and tie, straw hat and Brigade ribbon. "I will start the first party," whispered Tom to June. "You will play with me, won't you?" • "Of course I will," answered June, who had recommenced her tactics of last night...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

Bronchitis 111 have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec toral in my houre for a great many years. It is the best medicine in the world for coughs and colds." J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y. ■> All serious lung troubles begin with a tickling in the throat. You can stop this at first in a single night with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Use it also for bronchitis, consumption, hard colds, and for coughs of all kinds. Three slits: 25c., Sic. $1. All drautsts. Conduit your doctor. If he nn take it, then do mbe s»yt If be tell* yon not to take It. then don't take It. lie knows. Leave It with him. We are willing. J. C. A V JCK CO.. Lowell. Mass. Probably True. Hix—A scientist says that, in pro portion to its size of body, the mos quito baa a better developed brain than the average man. Dix—Well, I don't doubt it. Even at its present size, the mosquito is al most as big a bore as some men I know. —Chicago News. He Had It. "Yes; it's Fullerton's hobby that advictt is cheap and within the reach of every person...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

Local and personal Will Ligh'hcart vvnt to Seattle Tuesday. B. C Woodla U soliciting for a Chicago publishing house. F. EL Kirby, county auditor-elect, was in town from Deer Harbor this week, Miss Haiti let 11 i of An'acortesj'ls a gue-it of Iler. and Mrs. Ma our J at East Bound Ibis week. , . Mr. and (Mrs. Jas. Krankland are spending CbrietniM with friends at Jtoclie Harbor. Principal Monnett, of (he public bChool, is Bpeudiog his holiday vaca tion at I'nirhaveii. Mrs. It. C. Curry, of Oreaa, went to (Seattle this week to spend Christmas With her (laughters. Chaa. Killing and ail sister, Miss jvilling, are spending their holiday va cation at their home in East Sound. Gene Gould is spending Christmas With his parents in Seattle, having been oalled there Saturday by the ill ness of luu mother. Mr.and Mrs. Kimple and child came tiver from Ivi-t Sound Tuesday to ipend Christmas with Mrs. Kimple's parents, Mr. and Mm. .1. W. Bmoots, IMiss Doerrer, teacher of the Inter lnediate departmen...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 December 1902

Local and personal "Will Ligh'heart went to Seattle Tuesday, »_ E. C. Woodin is soliciting for a Chicago publishing house. ——♦ F. E. Kirby, county auditor-elect, was In town from Deer Harbor this ' Week, . . 4 Miss Haul* in, of Anacorte.-«,i3 a gue-^t of Her. and Mrs. Massey at East Bound this week. . . * ■ • : f— Mr. and I Mrs. Jas. Frank land are spending Christmas with friends at lloche Harbor 4 Principal Monnett, of the public (school, is upending his holiday vaca tion at Fairhaven. ♦— Mrs. M. ('. Curry, of Orcas, went to Seattle this week to spend Christmas With her daughters. —_+- — Uhas. Hilling and his sister, Miss filling, are spending their holiday va cation at their home in East Sound. ►— Gene Gould is spending Christmas With his parents id Seattle, having, been called there Saturday by the ill ness of his mother. ►_ Mr. and Mrs. Kimple and child came over from East Sound Tuesday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Kimplc'i parents, Mr. and Mrn. .1. W. Smoots. , ♦ Miss Doerrer, ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

Che San lyan Islander, VOL. XII. Happy New Year i All sorts of Useful and Orna- J mental things suitable f0r..... I HOLIDAY GIFTS \ Toys, Notions, Good Things ; to Eat, Fine Things in Dry | Goods and Wearing Apparel ! N.E.CHURCHILL : Successor to TUX BAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY I P. A. JENSEN! (Successor to Martin tfc .Tkxskn) ; li General Merchandise E; Highest Prices Paid for' Farm" Produce and Lowest Prices. Charged for all Kinds of Goods. -»—- DRY GOODnTORE ■—'-'■ UMtMMKMMlMMltttttllMtMfftt ""***" , m .r^fi^tt —-——jtrvwfrtn-1 »>w>«^^*»**»«~'* i<wi»n»»i'W»>i nricrCTQ - just received... L/l lw»s*^O a Fine New Line of Dry Goods and Shoes . and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep Your Foot Dry. Try Them. Highest Market Prices. Paid for Butter, Eggs; Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. . -- V" »* '■" '«»*^»»**«*"*w "; - -^^ _ d. A. GOULD, • * CbC • • Coans GENEGo^r San I«an County Discounts aug. wol CIT" « « Bank « • ,expanse ASST. Cashier "* Fresh Meats I "'Te^T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

Cbc San Jiam Islander, VOL. XII. Happy New Year ; All sorts of Useful and Orna- ! mental things suitable f0r..... ] HOLIDAY GIFTS \ 11 yJJ 11/ 11 1 vl 11 1U ; Toys, Notions, Good Things | to Eat, Fine Things in Dry | Goods and Wearing Apparel \ N.E.CHURCHILL : Successor to THE SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY I _ __ i "■ ■ » ' ' < _____ P. A. JENSEN (Successor to Martin it Jensen) ; ill General Merchandise & Highest Prices Paid for Farm* Produce and Lowest Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. »■»-— DRY^OOMORE — -" nrkrCTQ ~ Has just received... L-/I fii^isft,^! w a Fine New Line of Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep your -Foot Dry. Try Them. Highest Market Prices. Paid for Butter, Eggs; Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. _^^^___ J. a. GOULD,. • .c »c • • COattS gene go" San Juan bounty Discounts aug. woloT" « « Bank « • exchange asst. Cashier *" Fresh Meats I fri ea ht a= E t Cash Paid for Hides and E. w.^GriCAliY. [. FOURIER THE PROPHET." Bow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

The San Juan Islander O. n CILVIR, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. HiSWS OP iHE DAY r***lef Summary of Less Important, Though not the Jbess Interesting;, Happenings of the Weelt, Frora 111 Parts of the World. General Miles has arrived at Peking. The Red Cross Society is sending representatives to Andijan to organize relief for the earthquake sufferers. Premier Hal four is confined to his bed at Whittinghani, Scotland. He is suffreing froma severe attack of in fluenza. As shown by figures compiled by the New York Journal of Commerce of in terest and dividend payments to be made in January, there is little doubt that the total disbursements at the New Year will be the largest ever recorded. The late auditor and police judge at Astoria Or., Henry E. Nelson, is said to be $5,000 short in his accounts. Natural gas has been discovered 13 miles from Douglas, Wyo. De Lussan, the French prima donna, announces that she will iMtve the stage and marry Henry Pobledo of Brazil. The condition of winte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

FARMER COMBINE SOCIETY OF NATIONAL SCOPE IS ORGANIZED. plans to Take In All Branches of Agricultural Workers—Objects to Be Accomplished as Stated in Articles of Incorporation Just Filed. Indianapolis, Dec. 25—The National. Society of Equity of North America has been incorporated here. The incorpo ration has been accomplished after n>onthß of correspondence between all parts of the country. The objects, as stated, are: 1. To promote and encourage organ ization and co-operation among farm ers, stockman, horticulturists, garden ers and men of kindred vocations, b}' the establishment of a national society, with such branch and local societies as may be necessary to carry out such ob jects. 2. To obtain profitable prices for all products of farm and garden and or chard. 3. To encourage the building and maintaining of elevators, cold storage houses and warehouses in the principal market cities, or all the localities where necessary, so that farm produce may be held for advantageous pri...

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