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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

Easy to Take asy to Operate Are features peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small in size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man Hood's said: " You never know you _ _ _ have taken a pill till it is all ■11 over." 25c. C. I. Hood «: Co., 111 Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. ■ ■ ■ The only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. WINS AT THE COURT HOUSE. liiKincMM I'laiisiM'tvil by <•»«• Superior Court ami List of Instrument* Willi Offtcinl*. ffnperlor Court. The following is the record of business trull a icted nr. tiic county court house fur the weel etidini; Saturday, May 21: Thos 15 Dry et al vs 15 F Salomons el a!. Decree of foreclosure signed. ■State vs E I, Moody. Motion for a new trial overruled and defendant, was sen teneed to 20 years hard labor iu the penitentiary at Walla Walla. Mate vs WII Anderson. Motion for ii new tiial denied and defendant sentenced to the penitentiary for 3 years. Appeal taken and bail fixed al. 4500 J. State vs Allen Bagley. Sentenced k 15 years in the peni...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

pRDEEN HERALD ISS IS NOT \ OF CHANCE IULT OF MERIT. II is made on the following principles: riceable materials and have pst fashions. Our clothing len, well lined and finished i very highly. Our prices paid for that class of goods buy for cash, discount our cash only we can afford to s & Sons In* Arm Alwijri to ha Found. ABERDEEN. WASH. 1 line of Gents' Furnishing Goods everything just as represented or fkEWEY COUNCIL O. of P. NO. 93. MEETS " every Wednesday evening in G. A. R. ball •» 8:00 o'clock. Ed. Ltcan, W. C. A. A. Dotlk, Sec. and Hatham w ne Ide Gay Scott, J. An Gilkev Scobev a. Cheney Wilson i. Creech H. Abel Crawford Walston McKillip Jackson Charles H,. L. Patterson A. 11 lack C. Cross C. R. Bell I'earson 8. Arnold Kaufman, A. Crites, Customs for A. Hood, FOK A. COURT GRAYS HARBOR, No. • 8606. Meets every Wednesday evening A. O. U. W. ball. David Black, C. R. O C Mitchell, Fin. Sec. ABERDEEN LODGE NO. 175, I. O. G. T. Meets in the G. A. R. hall,on F street below Heron,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

"SHE." I sit in m.v lonely room to-night and from tit? dark tir trees - t Aeolian strains of music arc Itorne in u |K>n t!ic breeze; And I shut my eyes anil listen, while fancy wanders free;' 1 I dream that I am young once more hnd slie is again with me. On a beautiful August evening—Oh, 1 remember well. We listed to just such music, while the moon shone o'er the dell: And I said to her that moment: "When I am far uway, Will you think of me thus fondly, e'en as you do to-day?" I think of her here this evening, and my tears full hot and fast. For the dull sameness of living, and tin joys that could not last; There are none to smile derision, and I'm not nshutiu.il to sigh As the notes of the plaintive music float out on the air anil die. Would I could win her from the grave's embrace —that grave under the snow. Or haply at this moment our heads to gether were lying low; For better it were to !>e resting, away from this trouble and pnin. Until the stone be rolled away—then we ma...

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

F"!?- FORMIDABLE FLEET. ~ IBhNDcR. Hb, Hum Seen life Admiral ■of Manila, Kn| hot tight ■e gi>vn hills ■ his apiHiiitt ■y at the age Ril In ls.">N he iiit!' Wabash lean waters. I tired upon fton ensign to fco the steam I was to take f of t.he West klsslppi was a til puns. ati<l Inlander Mel (t Gulf squad e Mississippi p. The "Ills describes the ACTIXfJ ADMIUAL I)KWEY. I Well on the Missis .vlien they preceded ew Orleans: and the Mississippi Ith their black hulls Is sheeting the air they replied to the »t. Philip, where the is hottest, they drew ■ gunners afloat and ly cars<-d each other .van with the squad ran down past New y back, fair targets us sit clone range, that the Mississippi the one that ended us trying to run by Its powerful butter luadron got liy. The •ound in the fog and hard and fast. In e was shot full of 11 ml><m 1 into boats on he forts, and. after , made for the other ider a withering rifle (.•asion I.lent. Dewey Jiit.il the last and he p until all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

Aberdeen Herald. rrBLMHto nil xm-asPtT »* JAMES F. GIRTON t*r> JOHN J. CARSKY TIRH9 OF ICWi tiftli'S OntTMr ... Six mouths * l * Three months x Advertising rates on application Entered a: the potto (Bee a: \berdeen. Wash . as second mail matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 2. ISPS. Notices of births, mam aces or deaths printed free. Correspondence desire (mm all parts o! *he county. Short communications on topic* ©f public* interest, when accompanied by the came of the writer, will be inserted, tfce name but not necessari'.y for pmhlication A BEFOGGED REPLY. In order to show to what kind of aigu <cnent the gold bugs * re compelled to report wre reprint below the reply of the Ho <quiam Wasbingtonian to a pertinent <lue*tion put to it by the Herald. We wish every on* would read it and analyze it, if it can be analyzed, and see if they -can find out what the meaning is: Will the Waahingtonian inform an anxious public of the difference between the "fiat" in a non-interest bearing prom is...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

New Arrivals of ■ Art Bugs, Hienoliums, Hice Curtains, B)le Covers, ■Sis, llfis M>o numerous to mention. invited. ■aufman. ■ ■ ■ at if of a from has Alli vored w. Walla, should Aber by the imme to have office. Capo- tribe Tacoma sea otter be when it. Order to pro- state organizing on members, for mcm following loom McNamara Bessie Cram dyke Schilling s der. It its work SMOKE "SELECT" AND "THINK OF ME" CIGARS. John A. Graham hud business in Seat tle during the week. Oscar Metzger was do*n from the upper Satsop Tuesday. A dollar will buy more at I. Harris & Sons store than elsewhere. Get some of those home-made choco late creams, at Clune & Noe's. tf Ball bearing bicycle shoes just arrived at Jeff's. See them. They are the latest. Clifford Weatherwax leturned last evening from the Leland Stanlord Uni versity. Col. Toklas, the genial salesman in N. G. Kaufman's store, is visiting friends in Olympia. County School Superintendent McKil lip greeted his numerous Aberdeen friends...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. Putollflhed Every Thnradaj. ABERDEEN WASH. The Klondike excitement seems to have been lost In the shuffle. Spain is now meeting some most crushing defeats in the American thea ters. If American brevity can abbreviate "ultimo" into ult.," why can't "ulti matum" Ik? shortened Into "git?" Was it really necessary for the Nash ville's crew to board the Buena Ven tura'/ She was loaded with lumber. In contact with Cuba's Spain saw only one, but when it ran against America's Hag It necessarily saw more stars. When It comes to drawing on their Imaginations some war correspondents know 110 check. They simply use large drafts. By taking her cue from that ulti matum Spain practically wanted to con vey the impression she'd tight from the word "go." A clergyman asserted in a sermon the other day that "there are only elev en or twelve real ideas in the world." Tliat isn't one of them. It is natural that things should get high during war times, lieuce there is no need of surprise a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

IN A THICK FOG. The Cml,«r tol„, l ,UiTr~S,. l fc„ „ „„„ New York, May til.-Tho United Mates onu f ,r Cc.lnn.lm, reports that at c. 0 last off Firo ishnd during a tlm-k fog, sho was run luto by tho British steamer Foscolia, hence for Bordeaux, grain laden. Tl.o Foscolh, struck tho Columbia on tho etarlward side, just forward of thjj.after barbette cutting clean into tho hull and filling the comp :lIt ment. the Foscolia sank. The Columbia succeeded in rescuing all <»f her crew and landed them at St Cteorge. When tho Columbia, in command of C ai'tain Sands, anchored off Tompkins viUo this afternoon, it was seen that she had a large jagged hole stove in her starboard side, abreast tho mast Above the waterline, tho hole extended about 10 feet high and six feet wide. !nt he of :>l :g. as iat in- ! of ! ho 1 of j ot 10 j ias I 3n ed j in -00 nit ,11. Dr ts. ad et ld, liia nd )b --of ng al ho IW, >nt ors 3e ng nd !tIU ie. ay ell 9 a m a rly ni pt- ere his In ind nt in- red ec are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1898

Constipation 1 Causes fully liaU the sickness In the world. It refelns the digested food too lone in the bowels produces biliousness* torpid liter, lndl- Hood's geslion, bad taste, coated ■ ■ ■ tongue, siclt headache. In- all ■omnia, etc. Hood's Pills H 111 eure .-(ui'tlpatlon and all Its results, ensllyand thoroughly. ««• AlldrugglsU. lTi :> ired by C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. The only PI Us to take with Hood's ftarsa part 11a. "lOllfiS AT TIE COUKT HOUSE. luslness transacted by the Superior Court and List of Instruments Filed With Officials. ■■parlor Court. The following is the record of business trsn sacted st the county court house for the wees tndlng Saturday, May 28: L O Hilton vs Bank of Moutesano. Or ders settling claims and directing sale of assets signed. Chehalis County vs J A Hutcheson et al. Judgment for plaintiff signed. In re estate of D F Byles, deceased. Sale of personal property ordered. In re estate of Mary C Trethrake, de ceased. Administrators first part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

IERDEEN HERALD B Coods ■ve to Co. and tliey go or else we go. help us to reduce our will get the benefit we bought too that class of and we are ■drilling ■ to ■ce Them. K>n't want to keep till next season. lis & Sons Are Always to be Fouml. ■ ABERDEEN. WASH. Dewey council o. of r. no. 9:!. meets every Wednesday evening in (i. A. K. hull a' 8:00 o'clock. Ei>. Lycan, W. ('. A. A. Dovlk, Sec. OF A. COURT GRAYS HARBOR, No. _ • Btioti. Meets everv Wednesday evening A. (». U. W. hall. David Black, C. I!. O (' Mitchell, Fin. See. ABERDEEN LODGE NO. 17.">, f. O. G. T. *'*- Meets i!i the G. A. R. hall,on K street below Heron, every Kriday evening at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting members are welcome. Clitis Borden, C. T. WOODMEN OK THE WORLD Wisliknh ■■ Camp No. 180. Meets every sacond all <I fourth Wednesdays of the month at odd Fel lows' hall. B J Garman, Consul Com, Geo A Black, Clerk. CAI'TIAN .1. M. WEATIIERWAX ('AMI' No. 32, Sons of Veterans, I'. S. A. Meets cveiy Monday evenin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

MAY ON THE MARSHES Gilded with buttercups, with frost r>f white Willi lilies-of-the-valley, t !:»■ marshy green Glimmered willi blue-flags countless all betWCCII Me jlll < 1 thi' brimming stream's long lino of light. And all the swift air laughed as to a sprite, Ami daneed and reigned with music cry s(a 11 inf', Willi trilled and tittering melody, faint and keen. Where in the flags the marsh-wren woke delight- Delight to lireak my heart; fur when I turned To meet your dark-eyed smile, to see your faee Reflect the light wherewith the sunset burned, Only the dark-eyed flags smiled up at me. Only the green was tonehcd with golden grace, And only the marsh-wren thrilled my tears to see. —Century, KEEPING STEP. "Ho away; it's no use, Mali." said I'risey Cartwright to her sister. "The thing has lieen settled ages ago so fai ns I am concerned, llush up, now— liusli up!" "Ages ago!" Mali echoed, refusing to "bush up.'' "1 believe it must tie ages ago. Well, if you persist in this unre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

the Atlantic Ocean she was Joined bv SmV ,' M;lri, ' tta - Which 1,a,1 left San l>le K o several .lays after the Ore got. pother th..y steamed north a .- < aptaln Clark and the com luaiuler of the Marietta learned of the events that had trans.,lml while thev were siding iron, the Straits „f M«i- Kellait. War had h.vn declared April on ao tlx' To dls and st S the de- had rk. there ship the to Horn, great- Spain to the li The by for to de- be free to SHOWING OIIEGOX'S LONG TKiP. developed, 2,111 in excess of the con tract. In size the Oregon is only surpassed by one ship in the navy—the lowa. The displacement of the Pacific-born monster is 10,288 tons. The excess weight of the lowa comes from her high decks, which are supposed to make her more seaworthy. W lien the Oregon was constructed she was in tended for coast service, her designer# for Trouble, i warned by cable ay in his path and as ready to engage j eet If his superiors f summary of the *e gent him for the his men, toget...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

Aberdeen Herald. I'IT.MSIfKD EVKP.Y TIICUSIVVY BY JAMI> V. GIRTON loHN c'AUN eY. 7 K K.MS or - i'.'-ci'.II'T.. I N : Otic Six months. ... I-' 1 ' 1 Tltr< v inont'.is THURSDAY, JUNE ISi *. Notices of birth's, in :: : s -h-nth- p! in!- free. (lorrespondi iu'c desired from till i» .1' v "i the couuty. Short communications ou topic" of public intei>'M, \v!u n uccompunicii '•> 1i• * uame of the writer, will be inserted. the name preferably but not necessarily for publication. FALLACIOUS ARGUMENT. Some there are who cannot Bee why it is not better for the government, to pay the extraordinary expenses of a war by issuing demand notes, thus, us they claim, saving tlie interest that would have to be paid on bonds; and at the same time they admit that the notes as well as the bonds represent a debt that must he paid. Without going into an argument, we will suppose a case and , ask our readers to pass judgment. N't | will su;>p >r-e tb.it Brother Coghlan of the Montesano Inde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

—— X New Arrivals of ■ | V; l \ :. t 3 ?> (T";. ■ I i iCiioi sums ■ace Curtains, mble Covers, I Is, Ms lloii miiiiri'iiiis jo HHMiHon. ■ cordially invited. W F\ | A ft ft i • 1 : ! r a ffw I • v -- i tl a vi L« wfj IDN. 1 t • 1 ' C'h tt J. p. IV. airy, if ire. * • N. P. ■n ves iwber- iii at to his lit sys form'.y i coin- Mil on elphia, ir and jtlierly id til' i.is. T. io m by ml way 'id'. I'll. urn by I visited veek. opener in tlic .•arson, ier, the ve ap leasani mrifie: , Easj i cents le ]ire a posi in mil ivel fo lingtoi n wr- i IX- i~l ti i : nv'' V. 11l leen. ve tin At i •nil)'; : its wai Frary A. II ire anc e bee i is acci put tinj Mack'i i whicl sw bin t wen le wa s be in; to tin ed tin ss for : ng mai itienil; SMOKE "SELECT" AND "THINK OF ME" CIGARS. da:': •• •• '• i. f Mark'.am. w ..i gre ! made a business vis-it to Porter yesteaday. j ! Ball bearing bicycle shoes just artived at Jcfl'-. ; . • them. They are the latest. J. S. < imiti we lit to Tai'om.i, Tuesday, . to a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH. The rainy season in Cnba. wo Infer, begins a little later than the Dewey season In Manila. The taking of a few more Islands will change the Spanish estimate from pigs to hogs. Spain's wisest eoni'se Is to liegin over flgaiu I>y planting a schoolhouse in the shallow ol" every church. "We are a degenerate race," said a niemlter of the Spanish Cortes to that body. Agreed to without debate. "Good morning; have you had a cri sis to-dayV" is getting to he the proper form of salutation in European coun tries. The average length of a whale's Jaw bone is seven feet, which proves that he was originally designed for a poli tician. Though our soldiers are most patri otic. many would rather kiss a sweet heart's cheek in camp than smell pow der in the field. It cannot lie said, however, that Ad miral Dewey has reached the highest pinnacle of fame until a 5-eent cigar is named after him. The first effect of the war will bo to extend the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

■ i ii 6.—The 10- de control, Hlul sustained auxiliary pted to line, caused the SAMPSON'S FLAGSHIP, THE NEW YORK. |»tch from San el sunk is un errimac. Only funnel and two iter. t an Prince. ;ti, June o.— ck, the Aineri bombardment mtiagodeCuba, ing ensued for ed the Spanish the Merrimac, •om Santiago as ade a dash to eded in passing !, but was tor ip the channel, rpendicularly." ind six eeamen The number of mastheads of 3 seen. lent in the city, ion assisted in ?ights. Every the audacity of on was cruising ag. there is an im to the time at t is said to have itween the dis rtien and Port laying 3 o'clock It is possible j confusion be dH. The San :e to the sunken ;ruiser is prob- Merrimac is a been a collier.) A Advices. —Notwitstand- statement coin ! effect that the rorn Cadiz has d is about to i, the officers of refuse to be ' declare to be a hat the basis of legraphic report rday, declaring itill at Cadiz, lat there are not that fleet. According to a I. El Heraldo, .tion at Hautia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1898

Biliousness Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges tion and permits food to ferment and putrlfy In the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache, Hood's tasomina, nervousness, and, _ _ _ il not relieved, bilious fever I I a or blood poisoning. Hood's 111 Ji Pills stimulate the stomach, ® rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all drusgists. The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. 'ItllMS AT TUB COI'RT BOISE. 'iisine** rraiiNart«>il by tl»e Superior Court and List of Instrument* Filed With Official*. Snper ior Court. The following is the record of business tran sacted at the county court house for the week ending Saturday, June 4, I*9*. Augusta C Tolle vs Thomas F Cut ley. Judgment and decree of foreclosure signed. D K Howard vs J A Hood. Order overruling motion for new trial signed. In re estate Alvin O Pearson, insane. Order approving mortgage signed. In re matter of insanity J A Jones. Order of commitment signed. East H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

ERDEEN HERALD ■rail! ought to prepare to I day in a most manner. br atjo n lum* give all a. chance to buy be needed, up to JULY $ we will offer lis Tli Era Goods & Shoes.! ')j of our oiler you will ho benefited. H Is & Sons) ■ ARE RI) K KX. WAS ll jji and s Young ham C. Ide c. Scott, J. i . Swetland ■ G. N. Dr. D. S. . L. A. C. Cross .. N. (i. Kaufman, A. Crites, of Customs Jas. llood, Aberdeen Lodge, coinmnnira- and Fourth month at 7:30 p. in. cordially invited. H P. F.Clark, W. M. Hter, SO. 13, K. A. M. on the first Friday companions wcl ■ WeatherwaJ, "• <*■ ■DRY, So. 6, K. T. Keg ■ou the second Friday in ■Knights welcome ■ J. 8. Qunn, E. C. fet NO. 31, A. O. U. W. I*' Hall Friday evening • clock. Sojourning broth to attend Wm Dutcher. M. W. ?; 5. 0. OF ]{~ Auxilliary 8N0.31, A.O. U. W. Meets l?D Monday evening. *• Mrs. W. Loucks, C. of H Dewey council o. of p. no. w. meets ! every Wednesday evening in G. A. K. hull ! a' 8:00 o'clock. Ed. I.ycaN, W. C. i A. A. Doylk, Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

HIS MOTHtR HIS SWEETHEART. "His mother's bis sweetheart t!ie swn ! est, the l i-vt!" So say the white roses he brags to m.v breast; The roses that bloom when life's summers depart: Kilt bis love is the sweetest r< -e over my Ilea rt I The love that bath crowned me — A necklace aria:: -1 me. That closer to (iod ami to heaven hath bou ml tue! "His mother's bis sweetheart!" Through all the sail years His love is the rainlwvv that shines through my tears; My light in < lod's darkness, when with my dim eyes 1 see not' the stars in the storm of his skies. When 1 bow 'ueath the rod And no rose decks the s«hl, His love lights the pathway that leads uie to God! "llis mother's his sweetheart." Shine bright for bis feet, O lamps on lite's highway! and roses, lean SWlt't To the lips of my darling! and God grant his sun And his stars to my dutiful, beautiful one! For his h.ve—it hath crowned me— A necklace nroimd me, And closer to Hod ami to heaven hath bound me! —Ladies' Home Journal. A D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

PIJBUC ADDRLSS SETTS. Iccoiul March more* n change with willed by the Sixth Massa altimoiv while [uncut in Falls rushing Spain, did in coneep -1 reflects great roans who left uld contribute :he Hay State he confines of in marked con dition given to e same city 011 m its way to command was inhering thou -girnont cut its it ill multitude 1 and twenty imber of dead iulting column certained. but ic sources at mid more than was desperate 1 the vulleys of with the muz -1 a few feet of passage. This ■nt famous, as ied in the civil ard F. .Tones, January, lSdl, . chiefly from fore the firing >n as I "resident for 75,<mi men fotion and had first regiment York, for the .KCII 01-" (IT 11 >1 ASS ACIIUSKTTS Til HOT.'' iII HALTIMoKi;. !The New Yorkers gave tproarluus welcome. As s learned they were to laltiniore the people of j me very indignant and 1 forcibly prevent it. At lie frowning attitude of tal City was eommuni ioldlers en route, whose suddenly interrtrpted by >ad their guns ...

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