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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

The Money Metals. ARE INSIONIFICAT COMPAR ED WITH THE RESULT OF MAN'S IDUSTRY. Silver is unquestionably an im portant American product, but there are a good many other American products vastly more important. According to the of ficial report of the director of the mint, 1,537.942 kilograms of silver were mined during 1894, of the coinage value of $64,000,000, but of the commercial value of less than half that sum. Here is a silver product a little in excess of the value of $30,000,000; but the ayr ; age annual value of the corn of -ie United States during the pat! five years has been $675,000,- -000: of the wheat crop $321,000,- -000 5 of the oat crop $213,000,000; the potato crop, over $95,000,000 ; the barley crop, $55,000,000; and the hay crop $468,000,000. Then ti;--rei&t&e- live stock product, r.iiich aggregates fully $1,500,000,- -000, ancEthe cotton, tobacco and various other crops of which we have not statistics at hand but the total oi which alone is many times tft...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. ••I cannot tell how the truth may he, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Sign the |l. Press Pledge. Help us procure the big press. D. W. Morgan's show window is quite showy. Mrs. Westfall has her windows neatly arranged. We had epiite a snow and wind blizzard Monday night. Rev. Evans, of North Yakima, was in the city Sunday. One Dollar each from 200 per sons will procure the press. The exhibition at the Packwood school house was a grand success. Six new names have been added to The Dawn subscription list this week. Mrs. Grissum is visiting her sons —Henry and William— -near North Yakima, this week. Go to Willis' Bazaar and get a pair of steel runners for your baby carriage. * 14tf Johnny Turner and Bun Foster went to the foothills after John H. Sniithson's horses on Tuesday. Nice lot of ornaments in At The Cyclone. Sheriff Stinson went up to Ros lyn Monday and returned Tuesday. He reports three feet of snow in Roslyn. Big drive in toile...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 28 December 1895

ftrcser Signals More than half tbt victims of consump tion do not know they have it. Here is a list of symptoms by which consumption can certainly be detected : - Cough, o vi or two slight efforts on rising, occurring during the day and fre quently during the night. Short breathing after exertion. Tig bfmss of the chest. Quick pulse, especially noticeable In the i evening and after a full meat Chilliness in the evening, followed by Slight fever. Perspiration toward morning and Vale .'V and languid in the morning. Loss of vitality. !. /ou have these symptoms, or any of them, do not delay. There .ire many preparations which claim to be cures, but Dr. Rckifi €a§iisfc Rractfytor Consumption has tin highest endorsements, and lias sto<- I the test of years. It will arrest con- Sti lion in its earlier stages, and drive at the symptoms named. It is manu fSi ed by the Acker Medicine Co., 16 tnd i Chambers St., New York, and sold by all reputable druggists. Money in Farming: Ii - a notable...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 January 1896

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any pelitical party on earth. VOL. 2. A PATRIOTIC SERMON ON lb Onto Oriita of Gweroinent, By Ret. f. I. Stevenson, Pastor of the Presbyterian Cbureb of tWs Cfty. Text: Romans 13:1, last clause: "And the powers that be are ordain ed of God." Theme: "The Divine Origin of Government and what it implies to a Christian, and a Patri ot." Time: Nov. 10, J 95, 10 A. M. Government is a necessary evil lay some; which thing is not true, government is a good. Human government is a good, more or less evil of necessity: but only so be cause of human fallibility on the tne hand, and human sin on the other. "Is marriage a failure?*' was tbe query that went the rounds of tbe press a few years since, simply be cause the press mvst have a sensa tion, and something to help fill up space. The question is absurd and fallacious on its face; and was treat ed in a most absurd and fallacious manner. Of course marriage is not a failure, any more than t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 January 1896

9 «'i' 3C38 39 Jllfif W • PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. liOBT A. TURNER, EDITOR. •EWKCIR Btouin* 29 A3O Ueddi* Block §3*f*ADvr;RTiBKMENTS to appear in this paper must be handed in not later th.'in Tff>jnflL>.*v 4 p. in., to insure publication. fluttered a» 2nd. Claifl Matter at the Ellens ourfjh Post-Office, Ktrtttns County, Wasb taßtou, November stb, 1894. | It ir, clan taws, not the right* of men unchr the laws that we fight. Number of One Dollar Pledges for a big press sent in since our hist issue 20. Fv.'si in your Dollar Pledge at one We will have the press* M.-V-. H. W. Eldred, of this city, says .-be will give $8 toward the Press Fund. How many men will do as much? THE PRESS FUND. • coma, Wash.. Dec. 30, '95.— Re rt A. Turner. Dear Sir: I am now in receipt of your proposal to enlarge your racy little paper, The Dawn, as soon as the sum of $2CO is subscribed, to help you do so, by voluntary subscription of one dol lar each. I hasten to offer my aid and send" yon e...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 January 1896

A STUMP SPEECH. "Udies and gentlemen: 1 am ! ft democrat because I believe in the grand principles of protec tion- I am not a republican because B y ancestors were all democrats. lam not a prohibitionist because llike an occasional toddy myself. lam not a Populist because I do not know what they want. Now what am I?" The old sailor whom the speaker had been eyeing, straightened him- Hlf up and said: "If you're speak foe to me mister, as you 'pears to be, my opinion is that you are a iarn fool." &OJfE UP FOR GOOD. A Texas congressman deliver* bis party's funeral sermon in ;»d --tance. Will be third party in y dl\. .Austin, Tex., Nov. 14.—Congress man Geo. C. Pendleton, of Belton, was here to-day. In speaking to iGazette correspondent on matter* political, he said: "Unless the democrats come to gether, and that does not seem probable, judging from the recent results in the elections, the demo cratic party in the next election foi president will be third in the race I mean by this ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 4 January 1896

_ ENGLISH Remedy for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all modem medicines. It will stop v Cough in one night, check a cold in a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, anti curt Consumption if taken in time. "You can t afford to be with out it." A 25c. bottle may save your life! Ask your druggist for it. Send for pamphlet If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cough ie it promptly. It is surt to curt. . -rtt tlw—l jc, $*c mmi $1. All DraifUU. ACKER MEDICINE CO., 26 + IB Chamber* St., N. Y. Money in Farming: It in a notable fact that all farming inter est improve where it i> possible to utilize the water that the wells on the fain) will droduce. How few people think of tbe val« tjp of water for irrigation, ami what could be jjndu.-ed ai a minimum <•<•: t if it were used. 'J: • 'tuestioa has been heretofore how to get $lt< .vaterto the surface economically, aud 3h; has been accomplished by the use of Gasollaa or Kerosene Oil (iasEngiue, manu...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 January 1896

OUR MOTTO: Keep iv the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2. A PATRIOTIC SERMON ON Til Divine Origin of Government, By Rev. f, B. Stevenson, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this City. the whiskey, and always have been. Wrench the whis-key from tbe hands of the politiciane and you will unlock the door to the solution of the industrial, financial, and political questions that are now pressing. And you will never, net er do it until you do. When ex president Arthur was a political manipulator in New York state he got bold, and bid bard for the soli darity of selfishness. The patriot ic, intelligent, moral element, the back bone of the party, began to grumble a dissent. Mr. Arthur's lieutenants reported the fact to him, and begged him to be careful, and to make some concessions to the better element. Mr. Arthur look ed up and replied, ''Let them sput ter, the'll vote all right." That illustrates the matter to a nicety. It had come to pass even the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 January 1896

:,v "FANNY FTI2LD."' thi: most profit •' '•..'?.-/ fiaiaorin Amanita Written i.xi •<» -■ ! v i ■•>: those v. no AN; IntERFST.'U IN I'OI'LTRY ANl> WISH To :.;.\m: IT PROSTTAiH E. COA TENTS: Cl AUf. $4.4(> ON ! A !! i-OWT.. C« >TU ' K.EEPTNO AO'.'l V FOWLS.PH VRAR. Cos - . OF RAISING C»HC'Ks» TO SIX MONTHS Ol 1 ' AGE. SI'RJNG MANAGEMENT. JJ. BGGH FRO\: :'.') HEN'S A YEAR. !! -V TO PflEI) FOR KGOS IX WINTRM |i \■••CHI < • HOUSES. CIEANLIXES.n K.i IvSS AMONG THE ROWI S /\ • to Farmer*'., Fanners' tVivub, g, *, v>ns, Daughters, and others ie- Wf_'- '- - terested In Poultry m3M'^ A 60 acre Poultry Tarni that yiel<ls ; a clear profit oi $ 1,500 a year. [bator. fil C ICS OUT OF 100 EGGS WITH I.NCU- K. ,« . Broilers. Food for Chicks. Ti 1 Raising. Keeping Eggs. The tsE of Deatii of young Turkeys Kkr>i<.v.q Poultry ox a Village lot. A Ai.. ..ANic r s Wife clearss3ooannually on oilers. Feeo in Winter. A li' ial Raising ok Chicks. ■ s Incubators. Brooders. A £ / ' ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 January 1896

Bring us some vyood and reat] the Pawn a year. Wanted a load of straw on de posit at the Labor Exchange. Wanted to exchange a heater for jrood at the Exchange. Get a tine singing bird and cage itt Willis' Bazaar. Utf BEAKERS AHEAD fffiffiKS£*<a [•Dedicated to the toiler?) of the World, by a | feliow .Slave." Press untices; Etc: "Full 1 of Kood material aud is a striking presenta* Hon of facts."— Paul \ axDkrvort. "Filled with geras of economic thought aud research * *amo*l valuable addition to our literature."—Chicago Express. •'I have i ad i: with a ereat deal of pleasure md protit."—lcnatious Donxklly. rh vi-rj good document. "—John W.\ {HUSIDKX 1 hall. viun: j.'c . State ot Salem Insurance Co, Holders of policies in the OftOVC Co.. will pfin it to their advantage to roll ot the office of tin under sitned, where satisfuc tori; arrangements can he made\ for EXCHANGE of those policies for poli ces of the BE I TISH AMERICAXIXSUR ANI E C0..0f Toronto. O. .M. IATIMER, Agent, Boom el...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 January 1896

PROGRAM OF THE ELLENS BURG MEETING OF THE STATE DA HYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. Tbe following: is the program of the state dairy association that will meet in this city at the court house. Jan. 17th and 18th: Meeting to be called to order at 10 o'clock a. m., by Vice President J. C. Goodwin, of Thorp. The following papers will be pre sented during tbe session: Feeding dairy cows. Prof. \V. J. Spillman, of the Agricultural College. A paper by J P. Sharp, of Ellensburg. Breeding dairy cows, by Adam M. Stevens, of Ellensburg. Adjournment at 12 in. until 1 p. m. Past, present and future of the dairy industry, by E. F. Randall. X. Yakima, Dairy shows, by G. 31. Richards. Tacoma. Enforement of dairy laws, by State Daily Com'r. Smith. Jau. 18th, 10 a. m. Milk testing by. Babcock Tester, by Sec y. E. I. Thompson. Adulteration of dairy products. Prof. Elton Fnlmer. Adjurnment until 1 p. m. Why creameiios fail, by J. C. Carpenter. X. Yakiinn. Practical methods for eradica ting Tuberculosis, by Dr. L....

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 11 January 1896

DOCTOR ivUvi * ENGLISH If r' I % fry 1J 1/ I >i %■ ill Jf for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of ail modern medicines, it will stop v Cuui.'ii in one night, check aco d in a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and curt Consumption if taken in time. "You can't afford to be with out it." A 25c bottle may save your life 1 Ask your druggist for it. Send for pamphlet. If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cough •it promptly. It is surt to cure. itt 9lm«—ajc, ooc. and Ji. All Druggists. ,CKER MEDICINE CO., 76 A iS ChHtnbem St., JV. Y. Money in Farming: It a notable fact that all farming inter- Mtt* improve where it is pojwiole to utilize t|i.» wrour that the well> on the farm will d-j-'iluce. How few people tb'nk of the val u f w iter for irrigation, and w bat could he Pi i. I'd ai ii minimum co. tlf it were used. Ti question han been heretofore bow to get tie iter to the surface economically, and 3hi- has i;een accomplished by the use of G;t-oline...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 January 1896

OUR MOTTO: Jeep in the. Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2. "PATERNALISM" WAIL. IT'S ALL RIGHT FOR THE BANKERS AXD CORPORA TIONS. IS SUGAR PLUMS FOR THE LAZY. BAYO- JfET INJECTIONS. PRIS ONS AND SO CP HOUSES FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. Paternalism is the demagogic wail of the fellows who have both bands in Uncle .Sam's inside pock et. It is all right for the government to nurse and coddle corporations, trusts and syndicates of money lenders; exploiters of labor, gamb les in produce, and makers of "hell juce," but anything tending to pro tect and benefit the common people -oh! horrors! yhat madness!! pa ternalism!!! The government was not intend ed for protection of the people —and as King Charles asserted on the scaffold, where he was beheaded for treason, "a share in government is BOthing pertaining to the poeple." Governments are instituted a mong men solely for the protection of property, and to encourage the building up of an aristocracy to manage t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 January 1896

POUITRYforMARKKT POULTRYforPROFIT.^Sr " by « FANNY FIELD." the most profitable Poultry Raiser in America Written for thujk whu AfUZ INTERESTED IN PoW.TR* AND Wi*H ti. make it Profitable. CO NTJKNTSi Clears $4.-10 on each fowl. CO' VOX KEEPING ADULT ! OWLS PR YEAR. Cc ror raising Chicks to six months OF .\ok. Spring MANAGEMENT. 13,-fS' • EGOS PROM IOC) HENS A YEAR. H< s to Feed for Egos in winter, HavcHING HOUSF.s. C I-KAN-LIN ESS. X.< Sickness among the fowls. > VvORD TO Farmtrs, Farmers' Wives, S<»nSf Daughters, and others In* v clear profit $ 1,500 a year. [hator. fci Chicks out of 100 eggs with Incu- Rais'' > Ijroilers. Food for Chic ks. Ti - Rusing. Keeping Eggs. Th ;.usb of young Turkeys Key -,g.Poultry on a Village lot. A M iianic's Wife c!earss3ooannuallT on !> oilers. Feed in Winter. Akti ial Raising op Chicks. /f Incubators. Brooders. A if Capons. Caponizing. M Tells Everything Iy£* the Poultry business, I r ale at The Dawn Office, Kllensburg, Wash. YJCB P...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 January 1896

prowKLL & sikixma.v, Grocery and dry \ good*. Fourth St., bet. Pearl A Pine. k bossoni., Groceries. f, Pearl St.. bet. 3rd a- 4th Street QrjtBBRG dru<; co., General drug store j 1 Pearl Street, Between Brd & 4th Herkv Drug Co., General druggist*. On Pearl Street, between 3rd & 4th. ptbvkxs A Ej.wood, Prescription drug \ gist. Cadwell Block, between 4th »V: ">tb. French Tansy Wafers. These wafers are for tbe relief and cure i.f.painfnl and irregular menses, and will iiiiove all obstructions, no matter whnt the ionise, and are sure and safe e.\er.v time. Manufactured by Eieraon l»rugCo., San ,iose, ( al., and foi sale by Stephens & Kl vood, Druggists "*ole Agents, Cad wall Blk, Rleuburg, Wash. I sell the best floor. Thirty .ears experience in the baking business has made me familiar with •very test. — Bossong. Estray Notice. •me yeailiim bci «.-r. black and white spotted, kilt in each-ear, no braads risible Two red yearling heifeh*. crop of the right and under bi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 January 1896

A BASE iEASS) SOLO. Ed. The Dawn : —Tramp, tramp, j ramp, the boys are marching. )on't you hear the ''Marshal* mv- j ie! Catch up the strain and get 1 nto step! The election of Marshal eeulted in a re-election. The re ult was compassed by methods bat are well known in the ranks of rhat is known as "our leading ind ustry." A certain meeting held y the "publicans'' the night before lection tells the tale. Strange that he republicans should be no help ess in the hands of the "publican*." Strange that the "demos' should ieso obligingly subservient to the reators of demons. Such action if teither republican nor democratic fit is, neither one of those words tands for liberty; and both are the ynonym of slavery. Their motto ras: Wanted, a man we can trust, 'hey got him. Mr, Dan held the rhip hand. Who is this Mr. Dau? Ie is the arbiter of the destinies of he goodly town of Ellensburg. Vhen it comes to a local election, nd the election of a Marshal hie rill is law. His business is a leech m...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 18 January 1896

TH Best # r of all Cough iVledicines is Dr. Acker's English Rem cdy. Il will stop a cough in one night, check a cold in enc day, prevent croup, re lieve asthma, and cure con sumption, if taken in time. It is made on honor, from the pureiii ingredients and con tains neither opium nor mor phine. If the little ones have croup or whooping cough, use it promptly . **♦ » * T a Sizes—2sc., 50c. and $1 per bottle. At Druggists. r ACKER MEDICINE CO., 16 and x 8 Chambers Street, New York. Money in Farming: )i is a notable fact that nil farming inter im: ■ improve where it b pott»b»ie to utilize th< water that the wells on the farm will ii L'e. Haw tew people ibink of th« val n <•( water for irrigation, n net what con id be ; 1 :<;ei n\ a minimum co iif it wen; used. i |uestioa h£» been he etofore bow to get :: ■at fir to tha surface economically, and )1 has :>crt) aeeomplished by the use of a iHoline or Kerosene Oil Gas Engine, manu factured by Palmer & Rey Type Foundry, 405 S...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

OUR MOTTO: [eep in the Middle of the [oad. No fusion with any rfkical party ou earth. VOL. 2. i - PROFITS OF BANKING. WW NATIONAL BANKS ARE MANAGED IN THE INTEREST OF PLUTOCRA CY, RR4D AND REFL ECT The following discloses to some extent the profits of national banks. What other business has paid 25 per cent, during these years of dt*- pression? The following advertise nent appeared in the American baker, May 30, 1894, page 37: Wanted—A live, energetic man to purchase a controlling interest in National Bank of $.50,000 capital and assume management at good ailary. Net profits since organiza tion over 25 per cent, per annum. Deposits three times capital. Lead ing bank in town of 12,000 inhabi tants: good soil, healthy climate, etc. Good reasons tor selling. Ad dress H. I. T., care of American Bankers' Agency. Now let's see how the farmers tide pans out. The following table was prepared by Chas. F. Mills, the Secretary and Statistician of the Illinois State Board of Agriculture, and sh...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

fU. PODLTRYforMARKKT P KuuLTRYIorPROFIT.^^ };y "FANNY FIELD." The most profitable Poultry Hcticeri/i Amor:':c written expressly por those who Auk Interested in Poultry and wish t<> make i !• Profitable. CONTENTS i c tars $4.49 on each fowl. Cost of keeping aim i.t fowls pr vicar. Cost <>k raising Chicks to sis months of a t• b. Spring management. 12,480 EOOS PROM ICiO HEN'S A YEAR. l!o\V no 1 '■ BO FOR K'iOS IN WINTER■ Hatching houses. Cleanliness, No S CNF.SS AMONG THE FOWLS. Awi '-i to Farmers, Farmers' Wives, f Sons, Daughters, and others in« a clear profit of $1,500 a year. [bator. 8' iICKS OUT OF 100 EGGS WITH InCU« I< ;sg BROILERS. Food for Chicks. Tt itv Raising. Keeping Eggs. Th. cause of Death of young Turkeys Ke: • \g Poultry on a Village lot. A chanic's Wipe clears $300 annually o, FEED IN WINTER. A: irtciAL Raisino of Chicks. J*i INCUEATORS. UhoODKRs. A A •V CAI'OVS, CAPONING. WMgi Teils Everything aisoi 1 rirfac WS CeHt»» poat paid, 4sfe \ v Sale at The D...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

fRST QUARTERLY REPORT 18.1 ing ? ood H n.| Garfield W C r I*. rej r.s . sbj member? er.r. ..-. ; ff'.th .iver.ige in attendance :' a .vi -'. Me*•. v, i■. two weeks. Have L: ken u;.f vt - partme:.:? .fw •• k H« .-. n .*. he redity Tenij Lite - - x rk. Deuiore-: Medal . ntest * rk Held two Mother- meet: gs. . v health and heredity. tw\ medal . one gospel Uw \ c ia n- c meeti n _ Observed Temp. Sunday by one Minister preaching temperance ser mon: good work ..:.« t>een done in all departments N report ha* been received from Col ton. Oakee dale or Riverside Pullman reports more ac< m plished since Sept. ".. than has I ecu done for some timt much ageraent is felt y all ver the re result of the tabernac c meetings A gospel temperance meeting was held previous : ■ the : . erna. U meeting for the purpose of raising money for incidental expenses so that Mrs. Cox might bare all the collection., Mrs. C x arrived Sept. 24. lectured th : evening. There was seven teen public lectures held in...

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