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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

Easy to Take asy to Operate Are features peculiar to Hood's Tills. Small in size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man Hood's said: " You nevur know you ■■ ■ have taken a pill till It is all _ I I a over." 25c. C. I. Hood & Co., 111 Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. * The only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. IIOIMS AT THE COURT HOUSE. I*. nshuHs Trinisiiclt'd by tho Superior Court mi<l I.Ui of liiMtrumeiitfl Filed With Oftteinl*. The following if the record of business tran siii'ii'«l »it tin* county court house for the week cmliim suturduy, February fi: Superior Court. Tuesday, February 1, 1898— 111 re I'state of Amy Johnson, deceased. Order appointing appraisers signed. Eugene France (receiver) vs (ieorgo 11 Keitl., Order of default signed. L O Hilton vs Bank of Montesano. < >r der directing publication of notice of hearing objections to allowance of claims signed. Friday, February 4, 1898 — J T Winston vs S A Estus et al. Order continuing receiver's sale signe...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

L Xii. Our New Store ill Open Monday, Mar. 7, _A_T :LO .A.. JS/L. I! beaSTItUTLY FlilST-HiASS awl I'P-TO -I)\TK Dry (Sooils, Clollmii;', FuniisJiiw; Goods and Slioe Ston». It nil! he <i ....Cash Store.... l 7 c buv for cash only and sell tor casli only, and therefore an give yon advantages in low prices. We will be ready >r business March 7, at to a. in., and we extend a most srdial invitation to all to come and bring your friends, iverybody is welcome, and we will take much pleasure 1 showing you the finest and most stylish goods ever rought to the Harbor. Ladies and gentlemen will do ell if they wait with their trading until the new estab sliment will open. Everything will be new and fresh. Everything wilt be stylish. The prices will be low. And all we can say is, it will pay you to wait. Watch for next advertisements and special circulars. I. HARRIS & SONS, Tiic Up-To-Date Dry Goods and Clothing Establishment, nderson Building, Cor. Heron ami li Streets, ABhROKKN, N\ AS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

1 «m»K « f,, » »% *> . ht . .1 « i • •• i >• i i,. HI ,».y I \N « !. ■; Ii ■ W. 1« t. •-IHi ' |. ... il it;Vt I ' • 1 ..I. I ;• w etul'i." it< I" a - r ll nxl .1 i • : 1> < • . li, It 1. • i w ,!.■ ■ iv i li'uiiti.il in mill |"ntt inn, t« >!'• til.i hi tr "i i| nil, l 1 -I i kimui ;tM mil i-• 1 *' i . ■ ' l 1 'i ore, t• ut t! ' nil ' tii' • "'« r.. ii iii i" lit ; fit!!v n\ li/.- l, I t 1 .i• ttm..! mi I I'tti i lit- "I 'in i ■ ■ r. lUrtl i'X iiiH'ttts vicl . i;:'" • * i ■ i ■ i • tlmt with Mil)" ni' M' 1"" •-it'iil 'r wi irati vi'ljr, !i nil'! < >\i.in mi l |" rrl "i>l IK) In vul. t:ii/i 'I. 1 ntt in im i'.im ithli' I" 111 1 till ,i'l tin- f> 111it«■- nf i u 111 ht. l''nr I' •yi'li l tin's it I'll f'ltlti'l t■' ".■! vi- I'tiiti' well, but » tlio 1i u* ati'i >lii in lii 111 y uf iul >- 11v11 ,m an I | i'tvii"ii| can in' (mi nt a Oi'-t nf n«iiii jt" t! rents i>"t , aii'l t :. fai't. ioit|iU"l with tin* )| l 111 v 0 ii'llts |if. I'lilllll, i':it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

Aberdeen Herald. Pl'PLlSllKl) EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIKTON AND JOHN J.CARNEY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year ... ... 12.00 Six mouths. 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., *s second class mail matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 17. 1807 Mr v t '.'trri or »*;it 1 printed r--'■•. • i'sj > : i' «i« siro'l from ail j» .nsof this i,i• •. •• iort inn . lieations on topic* public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name -.!* it.»r «s:r. ily fur publication. Jiiicr.t; er ci' '.he City ot Aberdeen. MOT?CE. Patron- "l the Montesar. Kcononii 1 . : 51 ''".fied that that piper and the Aberdeen Hkrai.d have been consolidated and will hereafter 1 ■ ; itblished tinder the latter name, and the subscribers of the Economist will be supplied with the Hkrai.d. Exchanges will please alter their mailing lists accordingly. THOSE PERSONAL TAXES. The Republicans of the state are trying to have a litile spor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

the food pure, wholesome and delicious. mi AKIKO PWDER ■olutely Pure MO PONDER CO., NEW YORK. | MENTION. til' sale at West Aberdeen * ■dor llnod made an otlicial ,in Sunday. ikiii, of Fltna, is visiting , Frank Carey. Cooper, of Montesano, is le Aberdeen Hotel. k at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good meanre. * iv went to the Sound Mon ly to the golden fields of [man's shoe sale catches lid the young at 50c, 75c I silk hand bag, between II street, Please return to w find a complete line of •v groceries on sale at the IV. ildren of Mrs. J. W. Pivil iano,aie visiting their aunt urett. the genial little barber of as among the visitors to itropolis last Sunday. it overlook the quarter off intoshes at X. (i. Kauf ik t, of Grove, a postoflice on op and in Mason county, pleasant callers Tuesday. bley, the well known mer er, had business at the Ilaibor several days this En, of Montesano, who had ler daughter, Mrs. Isom T. ral weeks, returned home p. J. E. Medcalf, parents of t Wheeler, came...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. PabliMhvxt K»er) I hur»d»v ACKKI'KKX WA.-H. .. H 1 ■ heaven V" A: ; . - -o sv. ply ". • v. r! '. v.-». T!.:." .> l,' UL . ' ' ■ . -'.i 1. .- . . . ■ -"• ■ - Sewral N. v. V ... •••;. \v. ( . limit <JUi ••! And home. ' fur- ::.e <i. bor i.-:\ ami > v !w: froi.. a ■-■'."..U '• a cap. l'ncle San. I ..avv - >tock of A T( : ' • - - had - . -• ••••:•; .. a: I eyes. and ?!:•• wasn't tw. ••air hours "id be!' : • a 'I. ■ —i: * rewnm of!:—r was *neal:::i- ar nmd in .. • 1"- callty looUiDi: for a mooiisUSnv Jistii lery. In a recent !n«.i; on Hawaii tin- au thor wry " . remarks "Mr. an I Mrs. ll: and m«th>*r • *!i>- r ->ini*ry. are ■ •..ii<.l le»s." ,Tu<- at :i ■ !:. »m*w- pan call that is sadder than child less motherhood and fatherhood. Often <vi"U--':.. • • -rami : .-'-r >f the I-Y'h- Mas. ns lVru, v •. a •■■rd- Ins to i;ra::<l Ma-t-r Stith-■ 1. if Kew York, has committed Masonic sUl by !»»•:::.-• at; ■ ' d - -ardit.- ' Bible as a ! asis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

■THTltl FWKTOY llii i ' ! LL H Li 'M N. Said to Pe Ready Extend Its Line k lil\ Ki; i-'Kom v. \1.1.l i.a I l'i»rtv Survey inij a Koute g-li In !.«» l;«*~ Ire ailing " IW * oast. Idaho, Feb. I.Y—,T. Alex prominent merchant, today telegram from a high rail- L-that the O. K. iV N. would ly couinicnce operations on [on of its railroad line to It has b-en understood boast of the <>. U. &N. that Sort hern Pacific entered this inner company would show a petition, an I the information day is the general subject of on the streets. The ciim probably extend the 1i n e ula up ti .■ Snake river val \g the grain territory of the by chutes, as several stir- Bt route I ave already boon r that route the road would north side of the Snake riv >-s the Clcarwatei river to n:i of the matter has de t fact that two weeks ago a Burlington surveyors left i for the Pierce City country the western approach to the This company has had a tv working on the Montana lie time past, but recently o Billi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 February 1898

Constipation Causes fully h.V.f the si skness in the worM. It retains the digest! >1 food too long in the bowels anil pn '• s 1 1 ;. ;>r.ess, torphi 1 " ir.ili- Hood's ge>ti'»n. bad taste, coated | ■ ■ tongue. Nivk headache. in- ■ I I s< :..: - . • Hood's Pills I I ct:r- ation and all its ™ - ..*ily and thoroughly. 25c. All druggists. 1 by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass. 1.. .'iily rills to take with Hood's Sarsaparillo. litmus at tkk corn imisE, Rutinotl Transacted by tlir Superior Court and List of Instruments Klleil With Officials Superior Court. T!i.■ •win-' is the recor 1 of business tran sit : ii* *'10 ■ "u::ty < ourt house for the week en ::: - Sat iy. February 12*. Tuesday, February s. 1 — < iravs Harbor Commercial Co vs (> M l'oweli et al. Judgment in favor of <■ M Powell signed. Thursday, February 10,1*93 — hi re Estate of Jane ami Samuel 1' Lougheed, deceased. Order removing William I' I.ouglieed as administrator an l executor oi the said "stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD >ujpNew Store )pen Monday, Mar. 7, _A.T 10 .A.. TVL B STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS and ll'-TO- Dry (JooUn, Clothing, Furnishim'- oils nml Sliot 1 Store. It will I)i k a Cash Store.... or cash only and sell lor cash onl\, and therefore von advantages in low prices. We will be ready :ss March 7, at 10 a. m., and we extend a most vitation to all to come and bring yonr friends, y is welcome, and we will take much pleasure ng you the finest and most stylish goods ever to the Harbor. Ladies and gentlemen will do ey wait with their trading until the new estab will open. iverythinfe will be new and fresh. Everything will be stylish. The prices will be low. Iwe can say is, it will pay yon to wait. Watch for next advertisements and special circulars. HARRIS & SONS, The Up-To-Date Dry Goods and Clothing Establishment. nilding, Cor. Heron and G Streets, , ABERDEEN. WASH lL register STATE. John L. Wilson and i Congress— nes, J. Hamilton Lewis I John K. Rogers ! Thurston Daniels Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

ABERDEEN GERALD. Et«?tt Ihur»d»j. ABERDEEN WASH. > A - - :_ • ; - r- • i i;i:*-:\ ®p%2 ! say that a man It -: a Ij be tMua m • reri Fn - < xrr I: possil le, butter ?.. .. i *.■ k . In that ■.■ -■ ■ — alon-r. bf Jams ng u- a the Ch ■- River ft ... !; - k str •• c •• u» - strata r fr>m Or^aaa. t *r- .1--. ' :* taa oalm *urr«-5 of the earth just : fin is oo great tea* a * ■■■;* .. - »r-. > |v.> ij irn :Ir a the It* rcase In Fran<e &n! n **• • inrreasing ::: England. The law of England *>n*id «n iq attempt t lonsiit ink a fel ony. 4ft" i .. r cpkxled and killed turc men. When i .. ;• • pie Inrs that Rhv. t. De v/.- Talmage explains that he wu "maitied luie-tly. l»--au^ Oth-rwi-e would ..- ..ave 1 --~a marr>.-d boisterously or explosiTely? A New Y r:< > ". • --an has -fallen L .* * $7 i,i i • Perhaps "... -hi n.-*r» Las r*.-: : r .„. •* ••: * aptaiacr of I: :> .1*- u: .n- tlie people who are not contemplating a trip to the And associations which will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

■ IS I'ROTI'IID Kf the Navy Within asy Reach. MI (HIT EXPECT Twi-nty Wnratilp* [£~ Hail mi the I'lM'tllc >1 until. Or., Feb. 22.—The possi- with Spain in the near of course, aroused an im- in the lighting strength ( ! States navy, and especi- part of the country, what a defense could be made send a hostile tleet to const. To a great extent, of this coast from in- depend upon the strength which Uncle Sam could notice. At the present coast squadron, under of Uenr-Adniiral .1. N. of nine warships in ac- The flagship of the the armored cruiser Halt i- Captain N. M. Dyer She is now at Honolulu. the most effective ship m is the battle-ship Oregon, the command of Cap- McCormick. She is now at Bremerton, Wash., keels j>ut on, but, in case she could be put in shape Next to the Oregon monitor Moti- H guns, Captain C. E. Clark Hni' Monadnoek, six guns, of Captain W. H. tiled for Magdalena bay January 2'.). On ■l she will be held at Mare The Alert, a cruiser His, under Commander E. 11. at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

Aberdeen Herald. PUBLISHER EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON ASH JOHN J.CARNEY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year *?*SS Six months '•™ Three months Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 24. 1898. Notices of births, raarrirtffcs or rleathft printed free rorrespnndence desire 1 fr<>m an p:irt» ot (ho coutirv. Short communi'arions mi topic" >f public' interest, when accompanied by the uiime of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen, NOTICE. Patrons ot the Montesano Economist are notified that that paper and the Aberdeen Hkrald have been consolidated and will hereafter be published under the latter name, and the subscribers o( the Economist will be supplied with the Herald. Exchanges will please alter their mailing lists accordingly. NEW ZEALAND LAND LAWS Not only by means of exemption ironi taxation has New Ze...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

■ food pure, loleMuc and delicious. Si fyjj ffIDER |lutely Puro ftowDER CO., NEW YORK. 3! ENTION. Pali- at West Aberdeen # veil from San Francisco f r sale at West Abor jd business at Monte 3t" Montesano, had busi y. of Montesano, was in lit. and Win. Mowry were i Tuesday night. )tter, was in town Mon ; ready to g:> to Alaska. ! Monte ano hotel man. lolis of the Harbor last nu's shoe sale catches the young at 50c, 7": c on, oi Iloijuiam, was a ondayV, train for the went to i.lma, Monday, e timber lan 1 in that sel tallied a lumber car t at Cosmopolis during who was an old resi , died at Kaslo, I!, ('.. ilk band bag, between itreet. Please return to aid Chas. Neeson, the ;ers, had business in ilaid of Orleans sailed fc Slado mill, for San sday. ock will leave on Mon iton, Michigan, to look ■ interests in that sec land agent of the N. P. iness in the recognized ithwestern Washington e consignment of ladies jes for spring trade, at s. * freight from tho It. R. side lias cut deep rut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

CHAT OF Til E CHURCH. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE RE LIGIOUS WORLD. News Notes from All Lamls Regarding Their Kcliuious Tliouuht and Move ment— What tlie Great Denomina tion* Are I'oinu* What Is a Christian? ■ II i: IST did not i uiiic in cramp any one's manhood* ll'' came lo broaden it," writes tlie Hev. John Watson, 1 I). ("In 11 M:lel:i --ren"i. on "A Young Mau ' s Kelijjioiis I.it'e," in the I.a dies' Ilotne Jour nal. "He iliil not < onio to destroy onr manhood: Hi' en mo to t'ullill it. A thoroughgoing Christian Is a man with 11 stroll- 'i' reason, kinder heart, (inner will, and ri.her Imagination than liis fellows one who has attained to les height in Christ. A bigot, or a prig, or n weakling is a half-developed Chris tian. one not yet arrived at Hill ap l . "What ought a Christian to read? Kv ery book which feeds the intellect. Where ought he to go? Kvery place where the moral atmosphere is i>ur<* and bracing. What ought he to do'.' Everylidng C at will make character. K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

1)01 iK OF HAWAII. tTERISTICS OF THE RE BLIC'S PRESIDENT. i Hercules in Size ntifl as a Man Wusa Womlerfu 1 Athlete iml 1* Judicial Kathcr than Ivc. sOTiiility of ii I'rcsidciit. jit tn this country of Sanford President «t' tin' Hawaiian centers attention on this re ■ man aiul in the Chicago eralil 11. ('anlleld discusses entertaining manner some of ,racterlstlcs. The lirst tiling 111. says Mr. Oanticlil, is his ie President of the Hawaiian Is six feet two Inches in He is about i>i> years of age, is not taken on flesh, lie is as i man of 150. lie is admirably ned—broad-shouldered, ilee;»- thln-llanked ami long of linili. lot help thinking in looking at : such hone ami sinew were 11 the supreme bench. A weak sit still and think as well as Pole would have made an d for a hoarding party. Prop led. he could have attained iti al reputation in the prize ring? rather has been, a plant of a ivitity years ago his strength re been enormous. So far as « go. he is not the largest I — " TI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 February 1898

Biliousness Is caused y • rpid liver. which prevents diges ts a and ] - rr t- food t<"> f rrnent and putril? in the t'.ma-h. X'aen follow dizziness, headache, Hood's insomnia, nervousness, aud, _ _ - ■II 111 Pills stimulate the st<-mach, ■ " ■ > - > ft-,, *• - — , iiC,->n- slipatiou, •t •. nts. - 11 by all druggists. .Theonly Pills to take with Hood's r?arsa;»arilla. nouns vi ri:' I'iinrr hoisr. Iltt*im>« riai - <«! ] t \ the Superior Court aii l List of Ii itruments li'.'- With «> ' : * ii p( ri ( oil r». Mci; •; * • > — r W I- «'»r ■ r a!- InUil.J |\ V • !• *. < ! IV.\ si jne T !• ' r'.Mf v ;". 1- — Mrs Mary A NV.vn vs 1; belt Nix-.n eta'. .1 r.dgment f 1.1. Charles I.ea\ it! et • 1 I. Car: ' au~e continued till Friday, February 1-. 1898. In re Fstate of Julian O Luark, <le eetsed. (> !- living time for bearing petition ed. A H Kuhn vs W H P-dlar. < >rder oi default signed. Wednesday. February hi, — I.ucre'ia M- ise v- t-ati.uel I. Tayl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD >ur BMew Store Open Mondav, Mar. 7, .A.T lO .A.. JVC. n STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ami IT-TO- Dry Mauris, Cloiliir.i?, Furnlshlug oils ami Slioc Store. II will bp a Cash Store.... or cash only and sell tor cash onh, and therefore you advantages in low prices. We will be ready :ss March 7, at 10 a. m., and we extend a most vitation to all to come and bring your friends, y is welcome, and we will take much pleasure ig you the finest and most stylish goods ever to the Harbor. Ladies and gentlemen will do ey wait with their trading until the new estab will open. iverythinb will be new and fresh. Everything will be stylish. The prices will be low. Iwe can say is, it will pay you to wait. Watch for next advertisements anil special circulars. HARRIS & -SONS, The Up-To-Date Dry Goods and Clothing Establishment. inkling, Cor. Heron and (.! Streets, AUKKPKKN, WASH LL REGISTER ■ John L. Wilson and I K J. Hamilton Lewis i ■ John R. Rogers ! ■ Thurston Daniels ■ Will I). Jenkins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD, j PuliUnhnil Every Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH Tlie I! uietuian diet also seems to bo pretty hot stuff. Those kick of tin' present riso In ■wheat say its further a cereal story in that it's going to In- continued. In that Kentucky entertainment with cards where eight people were killed ♦somebody surely played the deuce. "What shall we do to keep impuri ties out of our milk'.'" asks the Dallas News. Keep impurities out of the city water. "Cremate your English grammar," advises the New York Sun. The aver age writer, however, is content merely to murder it. The man who has enough money nlxitlt his clothes to buy a proper Klon dike outfit can easily buy a farm and have a sure thing. Flight nil has 117 war vessels In course of construction. Tl.'s means if site isn't Kottig to lie the greatest power on earth she means to he so 011 water. London may have a monopoly of the perfumed butter business: what this country really needs in that line 's an agreeable odor for the decaden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1898

IE IS!.\Mi Will Sai-ships Nearly Ready ■ Active Service. OK I'M lsiTMi MEN W if#-vv 1 i«»t ■„r IVitoi- York War lluiiioih. hia, March 1. — League ii tei ally swarmed to.lay, consequence of from Washington that the a and Minneapolis, ' lonitoi Miantouo- Katahdin, had been go into commission, with I'.oth cruis - have skeleton while the monitor has at her dock for several years, since last winter. naval officials at tile yard anything relating to the fu- Bn ut et tiie ves els, but from Was learned the coinmis- ha 1 been issued. This by the fact that all day of men in the construction Hr -i:ts Were actively tin Mian uoinoii ami the \' i *i's were kept off the.-o ■l only tho.-e having friends i 1 dice is and enw of tho allowed oil board. to the monitor are all of :,nd will be completed two. Over 20 men have detailed for her, and it is Bull complement of 150 will be rapidly as possible. force was busy on the Katali- Hiva:_' her ventilating appar- her with steam pipes. will only take a few...

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