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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

k ■w.;« Attend the "Old Maids' Convention'' at the School House Tomorrow Night, and Enjoy a Two Hours Laugh SXb£ Blito Cnlerrd JnnnnrvtjS.'lOOi, ol Ihc Alio. Tc.xa iXvslofflrc os.V.con K'i'! - Mali -MiUt A< ior nworess- Mnrclu, | 7o VOUMK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 190S. Number 2. County Treasurer's Quarterly Report. In the Matter of the Quarterly Report of Q. C. Looney, Treasurer of Cherokee County, Texas, and the Affida- vits of the Commissioners of said Cojuuty: In the Commissioners' Court, Cherokee County, Texas— May Term, 1908— We, the undersigned Commissioners of Cherokee county, Texas, and R. L. Robinson, County Judge of said Cherokee county, Texas, constituting the Commissioners Comt of said county, and each one of us, do hereby certify, upon our oaths that 011 this, the 13th day of May, 1908, at a regular term of our said Court, we have compared and examined the quar- terly report of Q. C. Looney, Treasurer of Cherokee county Texas,for the quarter beginning on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

m* the alto herald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. MOBS INFEST CLEVELAND ALTO, WORK OF FIENDS TEXAS form. IN HUMAN TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The State Medical Association is in session nt Corpus Christi this week with a lurgr attendance. The Texas Slate Fail' Association! has just let tin1 contract for a grand \ main entrance gate to cost, eoinplet-1 od, $5000. Jim Brewer, who several years ago conduct I a large grocery business in Tyler, died suddenly Saturday at his home in the Sand Flat neighbor- liood. A Lamar County farmer sold for- ty-one bales of cotton Friday at 10 j cents. He received $25 per bale j less for it (ban he could have sold j it for last fall. An incipient blaze at Mcxia Sat- j unlay night destroyed a cafe at a loss of $20(10 and damaged the build-' ing to 11 u extent of $500, before' the fire was under control. The excursion of Dallas merchants [ to manv Texas and Oklahoma towns has been a great success, judging from the reports. It has cemented the business interests of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

* . ■a — A MATRIMONIAL TANGLE By G. RETARG o«ooooc<>ooooooooooc>oooooo6 (Copyright, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) Deignton was still at his desk when his wife came home. He heard the roll of carriage wheels on the smooth pavement, and almost imme- diately a door slammed somewhere in the front of the house. Then came the swish of silken skirts in the hall, and a quick tap on his do, .. "Come in," he said, in some sur- prise. It was not often that Deign- ton was favored with a visit from his wife at two o'clock in the morning. The door was pushed hurriedly open, and he drew a sharp breath as he saw her standing on the threshold, her babyish beauty enhanced by the white ermine cloak which she wore. He saw at once that something was wrong, and sprang quickly to his feet. "Sit down, Casmir," he said gently, very much in the same tone ho would have used if speaking to a spoiled child. "You look all fagged out." She sank into the proffered chair, and looked up at him with wide, frighte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

iiafesl n If % mmM •"• JMWH lL/V, K/ I . ■ f> ':' •' • —'t«rv-<. . "I #k 4 A 7{ f V t yl To be first in line with the new things at all times-<Until you have seen the New St/les shown by us you J/ ui are not sure that you have seen the really new <& Every department of our store is bright and inviting with w * early blossoms of spring.4* All tell a plain story of what to wear, what those who dress weil will favoi— things J ^ you will tancy when you see them ^ ^ t** •>* *■** ^ ft K K Our Dress Goods Department ' lccm;"s ?,lh 3,1 the newest, i I fabrics lor Spring and bummer, M such as Toulon Silks, Sole Perlec, Novelties, Silk Tissues, Arnold's Swiss I Appliques. Silk Mulls, Persian Organdies, Dotted Swisses, S ilk Ginghams ^7 Batistes, Lawns, etc,, in all the leading colors: in fact, anything you may jkyj wish in Stylish Dress Materials may be iound here, 4 .aces and Embroideries Wc arc showing the Daintiest Line «>1 VALENCIENNE LAC'S, ALL OVER LACES AND EMBROI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

K. & PLUMS FOR MAY BUYERS \A/p wp C4 fttnrP F~" 8 ill <0"F ft^orlc Adapted to the MAY Weather and Mjy needs'"stylish ideas made ncccs* T ., wlv/l ^ ruil vl V3UUUO SJry to your comfort and pleasure by the advent of real, seasonable wea« ther, I o intensify the buying interest we arc placing on sale many new ideas in all our various lincs^ideas that fashion sanction S'Mhat late fortu- nate purchases enables us to offer at especially reasonable low prices. Our store is sparkling in every department with new and nobby things, and you'll be pleased to take home with you, and say, "Isn t it pretty, and so cheap?" 2n S: 2, 3 2 ;S £ ' - i ks Our Superb Clothing is a grwt succcss this season,many new patterns in Grey, Olive, Serges and Fan- cies, Snd they ard cut in the Very Latest of Patterns, and we can fit you in SLIMS, STOUTS or REGULAR, In passing by the many good things in our Ctore, don't fail to look over this most important department, There's nothing like it anywhere else in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

IT A fyt I m i w I GIVING THEM TIME TO GROW Little Incident .t Illustrates Dif- ference Betv.^en American and European Railroads. Mile. Gcnoe, tin; ballerina whoso dancing has taken America by storm, praised in New York American rail- ways. "How splendid, how fast, your railways are," she said, with her slight French accent. "Von have no slow trains, have you? Ah, with us it is different. "Once, in the spring, on one otf our London suburban lines, a train stopped, and a passenger leaped out and entered a field gaily. "'What are you going to do?' shouted the guard. " 'I'm going to gather a nosegay,' said the passenger. "'But/ said the guard, 'there are no flowers thereabouts,' "'1 know,' said the passenger, taking a packet from his cout, 'hut 1 have a packet of seeds here.' " GOSSIP. ift f Montmorency—I shan't call on the do Plunks any more, old chappie. Clanearty—Why not, old fellow? Montmorency—Oh, they're so paw, -bo frightfully paw. Why, they've only got six motor earn. CALL FOR ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

If an Advertisement Convinces You, Stay Convinced When you road In thin newspaper the advertisement of ft manufacturer who has paid for the space used to convince you that It Is to your Interest to buy his. goods, and you go to a dealer where such articles are usually handled for sale, do not let the dealer or nny one of his clerks sell you some- thing else which he claims Is "Just as good." If an advertisement convinced you. It was because of the element of truth which it contained. INSIST ON GETTINO WHAT YOU ASK FOR. Forglveneaa. "The stat !" sneered the convict- ed anarchist. "What do I care for the state?" "Tho state," replied the court, "Is not Inclined to repay your harshness In kind. It will caro for you for a year."—Philadelphia Ledger. We Reiterate. That for more than fifteen years Hunt's Cure has been working on the afflicted. Its mission is to cure skin troubles, particularly those-of an itch- ing character. Its success is not on account of advertising, but because it sur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 May 1908

S3? j. I I ft 7r::,''" ' 1 " 1 7 :• & " l'«" & j .. •. mmm '?"sSr4*, •;*•••■■. ,.,« . wt'* .>ar* ■ =^22. $■&&// icn . ■ %Bt 1 •.T-'.u." •^jiSlfi JVilci Hi'" 3 mm ■ H3l r .: .V /.:.■■• ..uS'.riS '. h *- ;v. Dor- ic [ your : W J j y f i!* - M a« '!• , hi a a;i i tics fr " 10^:iuU< .i'j. < • <r.i i< fail: .•..•')ahawrigj j'. n 1 ,,lb fe i v,.r £ r&ine r/ b'r < «l ' j , Hi4ouc« F« :. ..■!• uni K , ttoiw- | "f4 iiavn 11« rbinc I Li r.iifd £'>.-> s' L'lil'.ntmt Co. fi f. LOUIS, - MISSOURI. *2Z*mB2L ££®&QEK3BBtj£h. i-ald and Recommended by J. F. ALLEN A Washington report says that Rear Admiral Winficld Scott Schley, retired, will be offered the secretaryship of the navy in case William J. Bryan is elected president. When you think of Indigestion lliink of Kodol, for it is without doubt the only preparation that completely cii t^t sis all classes of food, Am! tlint is what you need when you ha ve indigestion Or stom- ach trouble— something tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

I fcv A u Voi.UMK VIII t!nlcrr<l f<mu<>rv,v ,v 1901. nl Ihi* Tllfo. I'cxo PostoffkY, (ttScCOOrtOtiSS flnll naffer A« I ofOKV|rcs.v n<irrfi3, i^yo ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY JO. tgoS Number .:s ANOLiNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT P'felES. Announcement tecspnvaliU Mric-tly in advance—110 exceptions. Congress . . . • St 5 District 10 oo County 5 00 Precinct 2 5° The following nre annoniicwl ubjccl to the Democratic prima ries: For Congress—Second District Martin Dies For Judge Second Judicial District C. D. Minis Of Nacogdoches County James I. Perkins Of Cherokee County For State Senator C. C. Stokes For Representative George B Terrell For District Clerk M. M. Hamiuoek W. M. Ellis For County Judge R. L. Rooinsou J. E. Shook R. McClnre For County Attorney C. F. (Frank) Gibson For Sheriff C. K. Norwood Joe G. Moore For County Clerk L. W. Tittle H. H. Powell M. Y. Burton For Tax Assessor Walter E Sloan For Tax Collet tor W. J. Summers T. S. Philip? D. B. Singletary John W. Chandler Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

ft HL. . M -f fv n %-l & 'gfeii -p"* | p| k 1 • a T i I THE ALTO HERALD X. M, MeCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TEXAS Some of tho great Atluntlc llnera employ l&o firemen. Japan Is steadily increasing her ex- portnUons of jtnrikishas. Everybody will rejoice to hoar that the hens are laying only strictly fresh eggs this year. nulls created a scare lately In a street In Mexico. They <lo that regu-1 larly In u street In New York. The anarchists' favorite way of de- fying society Is to persist iu going and staying where they are not wanted. Lard Is one of the chief Mexirnn imports from the United States. The figure for 1907 was nearly 7,000,000 pounds. When a man says that he never ob- jects to fair criticism he means usual- ly that he doesn't protest against compliments. We are glad to announce that In spite of the recent stringency the reg- ular spring demand for (Ishhooks la aa brisk as ever. AN UNPARALLELED fLOOD MANY LIVES ARE LOST The famous automobile racers around the world ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

-a*. i iwii ' •• , :<V>':' w> RAISE MORE BOOIEflS . M" vV ■5% }f$ Demand for "Mortgage Llftera" la Too Great to Reckon. For many years Texas lias held the leadership of all the States in •tht production of cattle. Within the past fivo years the State has at- tained first rank in the production of mules. The State surpasses any other two in the production of cot- ton. It is well up among the lead- ers with the production of corn, hav- ing 155,000,000 bushels annually. But when it comes to the humble liog, Texas must take a hack seat. True, the State is credited with a trifle over 3,000,000 head, or one for every fifty bushels of corn produced ; but the total production of hogs in Texas is scarcely more than one-third of Iowa, a State with an area no greater than West Texas and the Panhandle combined. Iowa leads all the States with 8,- 400,000 hogs; Illinois has 4,000,000 and Nebraska 4,243,000. Kven Mis-1 souri and Indiana produce more hog* | than Texas. There is no reason f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

■I I 1 ■ f\ %\ h„.r|{ f HE V V W « V^ S tl V Vf V- C j «jw • v j-fcmrna BK.II: jj-£.*>ju> aa ■• * ESBa*i5ja Star Brand Shoes, . .—■- .. _ .. . ,, j jiww^r^www>w^w",ffw"^'WWW"^?ir>f,vw"ww"^,w,W'wtr^}fK'^K Wo have just received this wtck a large shio' 'in nt of the famous STAR BRAND SHOES for men, women and children. With this large shipment added to our stock gives us llic most complete iinc of Shoes in all the latest tats and leathers in the town of Alto. No foot too large or too small thnt we cannot fit. Our line is now open for your inspection, and you 11 have no trouble 11 i finding the kind ol Shoes you want here. We have both high and low cut Shoes in all the latest styles for everybody at any kind of price % 4 K A 7* i * ~F^b UR LEADING BRANDS THE PATRIOT SHOE The Society Shoe Our Family Shoe ETERNITY SHOES for men, $4.00 for women, S3.50 The popular shoe for all For Boys and Girls Try a pair 6T "Star Brand Shoes" next time you buy, and give your feet comfort, serv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

It .,***#(**>' >.7, ..>.- W* y«*'«-."f T*r"'c"': ^'V UJ-~k^a eernww^f • 1 t*4'/ ••*►*.., ~*K"* \- ' * k 1 5 f2 ^riMMMMaWdMNMMAN^ PLUMS FOR MAY BUYERS \A/P'\/P Q fstnrp l~" I P11 of if^AnrlQ AdapteJ to the MAY W:athcr and May nceds^stylish ideas mad( neces* VX d°lUrtJ 1 UN Ul V3UyU® «'T to your comfort and pleasure by the advent of real, se.wonabl.-wca, 'her. 1 a intensify the buying interest we are placing on sale many new ide.is in all our various line^ideas that fashion sanctions-"^ hat late lur lu- nate purchases enables us to offer at especially reasonable low priccs. Our store is sparkling in every department with new and nobby things, and you'll be pleased to take home with you, and say. "Isnt it pretty, and so cheap?'1 * % I Our Superb Clothing is d sreat success tliis season,many new patterns in Grey, Olive, Serges and Fan/ cies, Slid they ord cut in the Very Latest of PalU rns, and wc can fit you in SLIMS, STOUTS or REGULAR. Ill passing by the many good things in o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

$5$ '■ V-.v V V'i. ... .V . >.«•, • ; -•* wmmmmmm... ■ mmmm . :• -- - .i- if; i jmr :,i yET / <: ,#■. " I 7 SSVtfS CEYLON: THE DOOR- SILL OF INDIA The Funny Things One Sees in Smiling Round the World W1J5. SOPHIA KITTLE5EN HIA11H VfRY POOR RISIOKI (> BY PE-Rll-NA. Catarrh Twenty-five Years— Had a Bad Cough. Miss Sophia Kiltie.sen, Evnn.st.on, Illinois, U. S. A., writes: "I have been troubled with catarrh for nearly twenty live years anil have tried many cures for it, hut obtained Tory little help. "Then my brother advised me to try Peruna, ami I did. "My health was very poor at the time I be(jan taking I'ertma. My throat w as very sore and I had a. bad cough. "Periliw has cured me. The chronic catarrh Is gone and my health Is very much Improyeil. "1 recommend Peruna to all my friends who are troubled as I was." PI RUN* 1 ABUTS: Some people pre- fer tabids, rather than meilk'ino in a iluitl form. Such pooplo can obtain Peru- na tablets, which represent the medici- nal ingred...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

mm I THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. • NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current Newt Domestic and Foreign. Cleburne has arranged to havo a Fourth of July celebration on an enor- mous scale. A car was dynamited by Cleveland anarchists Thursday night, and several people hurt, some probably fatally. Henry Baer, a traveling man, was killed and several others Injured In a trolley car collision in San Francis- co Sunday. For striking his mother In anger, Leon Perez, a drug clerk in New Or- leans, shot and fatally wounded his father, William Perey.. J. R. Gauldin, who lived on his farm Just outside of the city limits of Honey Grove, was found dead of heart dis- ease in his field one day last week. Twenty peasants who recently took part in the Agrarian disorders in tnc Yeakaterinoslav district were hanged in Kherson, Russia Friday under de- cree of a court martial. * Checotah won over Eufaula and Stld- ham in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 May 1908

m r ,'iterr :• -V;' v" 'V i! # 4 | I ( 9 careful wife will alwaysI keep supplied with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff .luiuls, Corns, LSun>ons and all Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. II. Runyon, fitan- borrv. Mo. writes: I have UHi'.a Know Lininiont and can't Hay enough for it, for Rheu- matism and all pains. It; is tin- most useful inodieiue to have in (lie Louso." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by J. P. ALLIVIN Mrs. W. S. Peadody of Col- orado is ca 11 led tlie niothei of Mesa Verde National Park because of the interest she has taken in the preservation of tlu- relics of the mysterious clilT dwellers of Colorado. Tlie K tit) of I In- \V<ii-I(1 should it coine tomorrow would find fully 1-.'? of the people suf- fering with rheumatism of eith- er slight or serious nature. No- body need suffer with rheuma- tism for Mallard's Snow Lini- ment drives away the trouble...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

v. .«T ^ 1 iff . I l!r\UMr<1 Jan'Mtrvuft, i*)oi. l'f\ * lltv*. Toxn i v>5toffk r US.V4 !« < - i if \. t m • . - H< Mh\. /•• VoU'MK VIII i*r; '* >; ... [ji'W&tV, .'S ssslfssr ?$ ifl mc m*l I 5/kM; . WW) ii ■ i I ' ,i: .. ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, igoS XrMia.k >0 ANOUN CEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT FEES. Announcement tees ]>aynble strictly in advance—110 exception*. Congress . . . • .... $15 00 District . to 00 County . . . • 5 00 Precinct 25° The following are announced tibject to the Democratic prima- ries: For Congress -Second District Martin Dies For Iudge Second Judicial District C. D. Minis Of Nacogdoches County James I. Perkins Of Cherokee County For State Senator C. C. Stokes For Representative George 15 Terrell J. 1\ Lane. For District Clerk M. M. Hammock W. M. Ellis For County Judge R. L. Robinson J. E. Shook R. McClnre For County Attorney C. F. (Frank) Gibson Vor Sheriff C. K. Norwood Joe G. Moore For County Clerk L W. Tittle H. H. Powell M. Y. Burton For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

-m. I I A** * i k • I mi: $ m ir. j . *• i \ V'i > ■9t' 1 THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. SIXTIETH SESSION ENDS ALTO. T FX AS i CONGRESS ADJOURNS TO DECEMBER 7. MEET TEXAS NEWS HEMS The new city directory of Dallas indicates a population of 90,472 for that city. A remit raid of ''frosty'' joints in McKinney revealed a largo lot of intoxicating boo/.e. Dallas police have recently made several arrests of persons hitching horses to mail boxes. Building permits in Dallas for May aggregated $2">l,ii03, without any building exceeding $3100 in value. The Texas Woman's press meets in Fort Worth .lime 15-1?, and an elaborate program is promised for the occasion. Former residents of Fllis County now living in Pallas have on foot a movement to organize an Fllis Coun- ty Association. The body of Krncst Stateler. who was drowned nine days before in the Brazos River, was found under the Brazos Bridge on the sand bar. Secretary Milncr reports great scarcity of cotton seed, and has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

P ; \Smb. ■■Mm: A '• ■ j, m V; I & PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO STAR has for years been the world s leading brand of plug chewing tobacco. Statistics show that about one-fifth of all the chewers of plug tobacco chew STAR. There's a reason for this enormous and con- stantly increasing num- ber of STAR chewers, and it's just this— Star Plug has always been manufactured with one sole object in view— to give chewers the best chew of tobacco it is pos- sible to produce, yet to sell this STAR chew at a moderate price. More chewers are learning every day that STAR, considered from the standpoint of true merit, has no competitor, and is the one best chew. For a long time there was a prejudice (which probably still exists) among certain chewers against the use of what is generally termed "Navy Tobacco," because of the impression that all to- bacco of that character is too sweet. It is true that some brandsof tobacco, similar in appearance to STAR, are too sweet to please chewers accustomed to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

' J . -\ 'lift*'- V"' ;vV- "*-v* I>*1 / '1 $ . i. If if 1'■*-*** ^'A .*• 4. /*£-! >'*av P u cj r*a2t4aHfcC*t8*«; :i" '-: raartrrE - Vc hove just received this week a large ship' 'in. nr of t!u famous S 1 AR BRAND SHOES for men, women dint children. With this large shipment added to our stock pivcs us tlie most complete iine of Shoes in all the latest lasts and leathers in the town of Alto. No foot too large or too smaii thnt wc cannot lit. Our line is now open for your inspection, and you li have no trouble in iinding th> kind ol Shoes you want here. e have botli high and low cut Shoos in all the latest sty les for everybody at any kind ol price ^ % i K i ></ i FOUR LEADING BRANDS THE PATRIOT SHOE The Society Shoe Our Pa n fly Shoe ETERNITY SHOES for men, $4 00 for women, $3.50 The popular shoe for all For Boys and Girls ry a pair "Slar Brand Shoes" next time you buy, and give your feci comfort, service and satisfaction. A !w/ A V/I "wwttw > ,w>3r1-?fs*r-^cKr-sr...

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