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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

EVANS ON RUMORS ADMIRAL TALKS ABOUT NAVY'S POLICY. SAYS IT WAS NEVER MADE PUB LIC AND DON'T THINK IT EVER WILL. "Fighting Bob" Evans, the rear ad miral who will have charge of the Atlantic fleet soon to leave for the Pacific, has great contempt for people ■who tftlk contemptuously about war ships and the navy department's poli cies. He persists In being good-na tured about It, however. He says: "Possibly some one Is a bit disap pointed that we do not publish every thing we are doing. We propose to lreep this confidential. It never has been given out publicly and I pre sume the present policy will be con tinued. I am satisfied with the work that is being accomplished. "The waters of the Pacific are much like those of the Atlantic," h« said, "and I think the fleet can sail through them all right. All we need Is coal for a 13,000-mile Journey. "If I am ordered to take the fleet around, I'll take it," he declared, "Why not? But I'm not losing any sleep making preparations. Anyway, I don...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS 6>ir>«cripiloii price, 91.60 per year; sixmonina, M.OO. So ftubscription taken for Icm than tlx months. Entered as sesond class matter October 30, 1906. at the post office at Ritzville, Waahinßton, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. PUBLISHED weekly by JOURNAL-HEROLD LUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) T. G. Steffer, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1907. All communications must reach this office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Any communications receiv ed after that hour will be left over unte the following week, as bur forms close V/ednesday morning. Indianapolis is the first of the greater Western cites to follow the lead of Galveston, and to adopt a city charter which provides government by commission. Roughly speaking, the commsision system provides for the election of a small body to take over all of the legislative and executive duties. Each member is at the head of one department of the city govern ment, and, ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PAGIFIG TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3..12:08 am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. B:3sam. No. 1.. B:4Bam. No. 4.. 8:10pm. No. 15 .. 6:14 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm Fresh fruit and vegetables at D. J. Kalkwarf's. Sangfelder hand-made candy, fresh every week. S. S. Frantz Jly Co. A. 8. Wiltse transacted business at Colville one day last weep. Joe Mogan transacted legal business at Sprague one day last week. 0. R. Holcttmb attended the Bar Association at Seattle the latter part of last week. Drop in and -see our line of Men's tnew straw sailor hats. Ritrville Trad ing Co.^ W. [R. Kennedy, who has been visitnig with his parents <on Knob hill, has retunred to his home. H. E. Ohrisetnsen, cashier of the German American State Bank and J. A. Burkhardare camping near Seattle. Rich sparkling cu| glass, from the Clark and Libby factories. S. S. Frantz, iJy Co. For sale—twfc teams, light driving horses. Writ or call on Chas. Schelly, Ritzville, Wash. — 10...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

»Between Two fires« By ANTHONY HOPE "A wise man vill make more opportunities than he find*." —Francis Bacon. CHAPTER XXII. The night came on, fair and still, clear and starlit; but there was no moon and outside the immediate neighborhood of the main streets, the darkness was enough to favor our hope of escaping notice with out being so intense as to embarrass our footsteps. Everything, in fact, seemed to be on our side, and 1 was full of buoy ant confidences as I put my revolver in my pocket and, on the stroke of midnight, stole from my lodgings. I looked up to ward the bank and dimly descried three or four motionless figures, whom I took to be sentries guarding the treasure. The street itself was almost deserted, but from where I stood I could see Ae Piazza crowded with a throng of people, whose shouts and songs told me that the Colo nel's hospitality was being fully appre ciated. There was dancing going on to the strains of the military band, and ev ery sif?n showed that our good ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

Mrs. Emma Stolt, of Appleton, Wisconsin "A Neighbor Advised Me to Use Peruna. I began to Improve at Onr* " MRS. EMMA STOLT Mra. Emma Stolt, 1069 Oneida St., Appleton, Wis., writes: "Peruna has done me a great deal of good since X began taking it and I am always glad to epeak a good word for it. "Three years ago I wae in a wretched condition with backaches, bearing down pains, and at times was so eore and lame that I could not move about. I had inflammation and iiritation, and al though I used different remedies, they did me no good. "A neighbor who had been using Pe rnna advised me to try it, and I am glad that I did. I began to improve as soon a? 1 took it and I felt much better. "I thank you for your fine remedy. It is certainly a godsend to sick women." Catarrh of the Internal Organs Miss Theresa Bertles, White Church, Mo., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the sto mach, bowels and internal organs. Ev erything I ate seemed to hurt me. I never had a passage of the bowels with ou...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 17 July 1907

The United States proposes a per manent court of fifteen "judges enjoy ing the highest moral consideration and of like competence in questions of international law" to arbitrate differ ences between nations. The court is fashioned somewhat after the supreme court of the United States. While the outlook is that Yhe Hague confer ence will not go so far as to establish a permanent court at this time, the United States has given the world a definite proposition to v consider. The judges are to be of different nationalities, and the permanent court is to sit at The Hague. A majority vote is to decide, and nine shall constitute a quorum. The court is to take cognizance of all cases not settled by diplomacy, and may determine the relative rights of nations arising out of decrees, decisions or sentence of commissions of inquiry and arbi tration tribunals especially constituted. Submission of differences to the court is not to be compulsory, but according to agreement of the parties to the d...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL — Dr. I. IN. Habecker VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST Is located permanently in Ritzville. OFFICE: Harris Livery Stable. A. C. RUSSELL Second Hand Store Highest cash price paid for your sec ond hand goods or will exchange new for old furniture. Next Door to Rink, Ritzville. DR. fTR. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second St., bet. D and E, RITZVILLE. Wash. C. W. BICE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. DR. DAVID A. HEWIT Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. Office —First National Bank Building C Street, Ritzville, Wash. O. R. HOLCOMB Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the U. S. Courts and departments and all Washington ■Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash. C. W. RATHBUN Prosecuting Attorney of Adams County. Office: Court house, - » RITZVILLE, Wash. G. E. LOVKLL EDWARD A. DAVIS LOVELLI& DAVIS L...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

SURELY INSANE MICHIGAN MAN KILLED WIFE, SON, FATHER. WAS HIMSELF SHOT TO DEATH BY NEIGHBOR AFTER FAIL ING TO KILL HIMSEL^ Nunica, Mich., July 22.—Henry Scutcheon, a farmer about 50 years of age, living near this village. Sun day ran amuck with an ax, killing his invalid son, his wife and her fos ter father. Scutcheon was later shot by Henry McCtellan, a neighbor, ■whom the crazed murderer . had also attacked. The dead: Hejnry Scutcheon. A ' —— Scutcheon, his 19 year old son. Gieorge inning, Mrs. Scutcheon's faster father. The Scutcheon farmhouse had ap parently always been a happy home, except for the cloud which the son's invalidism cast over the family. Sunday, w)th no warning, so far as is known, suddenly mur derously aitaclMfl MB slim MUhaa ax.' He the eoy'i Tieaß frightfully. When wife he turned] on her' »ni».. ; >UTWjed Hie frightened screaming wajiußtjfropa the hoijpe to! the roadi.\Vhe»e hi knobked: herjiirwi*, with Ms weapota. tts th*n rushed back to t ,n» ;;itt)»rse,_»p...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

SUMMARY SHORT CONCISE ITEMS FROM DISPATCHES. NEARLY ALL PARTB OF THE WORLD REPRESENTED Cable advices from Havana, Cuba, announce the death of Senora Juan Quesada, the Cuban Joan of Arc, at the age of 70 years. Judge Lawior of San Francisco has postponed until Thursday decision on the motions to set aside the indict ments against Patrick Calhoun, Eu gene E. Schmitz, Abe Ruef and others ueeause the minutes of Judge Gra ham's department have not been amended to cQDform with, the-facta. Schmitz is not allowed to leave the county jafl. £5 Fire has destroyed the Southern Pacific, depot and. hoteJ and the Mc= Cloud river exchange ddflot -at Rissoft, Cal., and Mis* Laura Saxie of New York, a schpol teacher, lost her life. Several others were badly_ burned, one, Miss Lizzie Walgamott, a wait ress at the notel, ( dangerously. ki ~i i X, divorce frfts be«n granted Comitj ess Rosslyn. formerly Anna Romn son, the American .chorus girl who married in 1905. t While Queen Maria of Portugal and her ...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL and v ADAMS COUNTY NEWS P ; >«criptlon price. *i.6u per year; sumouini, *1.00. So subscription taken for less than six months. Entered as sesond class matter October 30. 1906. at the post office at Ritzville, Washington, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. PUBLISHED wkekly by JOURNAL-HBROLD U HUSHINC (XL (INC.)j I. G. Stkffer, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY. JULY 24, 1907. All communications must reach this office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Any communications receiV' cd after that hour will be left over unte the following week, as our forms close Wednesday morning. A BOY'S FIRST ROOM. I've got a room, now, by myself, A room my very own; It has a door that I can shut And there be all alone; It has a shelf a closet too A window just for me; And hooks where I can keep my clothes As neat as neat can be. A lovely paper's on the wall; A rug is on the floor— If I had known how fine it was I'd had a room before. I like to go there after sch...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

LOCAL NEWS. NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. WEST BOUND. EAST BOUND. No. 3.. I:l3am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 7:25 am. No. 2.. B:32am. No. 1.. 9:45 am. No. 4.. 8:50 pm. No. 15 .. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 1:20 pm. Fresh fruit and vegetables at D. J.%, Kalkwarf's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Adams of Spo kane .spent Sunday in Ritzville, W. D. Zent of Lind transacted bus iness in Ritzville one day last week. Mrs. Lydia Yaunt is visiting with relatievs at Hatton this week. 0. R. Holcomb transacted business in Spokane the first part of this week. Geo. F. Christensen went to Spo kane today on business. Judge Zeftt and wife left for the coast where they will spend several weeks. Miss Bessie Cauch, who went to Seattle to attend the Christian En=. deavor Convention, has returned. Drop in and see our line of Men's new straw sailor hats. Ritzville Trad ing Co. J.J. Meyers of Weber transacted business with our merchants on Mon day last. Mrs. Jacob Buehler went to Connell to visit with friends and relatives at tha...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

»Between Two fires® By ANTHONY HOPE "A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds." —Francis Bacon. CHAPTER XXlll.—(Continued.) I could not pretend to regret the dead man. Indeed, I had been near doing the tame deed myself. But I shrank before this calm ruthlessness. Another long pause followed. Then the President said: "I'm sorry for all this, Martin —sorry you and 1 came to blows." "You played me false about the money," I said bitterly. "Yes, yes," he answered gently; "I don't blame you. You were bound to me by no ties. Of course you saw my plan?" "I supposed your excellency meant to keep the money and throw me over." "Not altogether," he said. "Of course I was bound to have the money. But it was the other thing, you know. As far as the money went, I would have taken care you came to no harm." "What was it, then?" "I thought you understood all along," he said with some surprise. "I saw you were my rival with Christina, and my gume was to drive you out of the country by ma...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

fSCASTORIA i|mp; For Infants and Children. 1 !Hw ■ || |i ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ■ I*l. AVcgelablelVEparsiionErAs rt T-i-- # 1 § tSEffSSBti Bears the //ii- I | j >vi^ Signatore AU KLj ■* " A II \J^< v Mr Over ls II ife' Thirty Years \ aSCASTORIH I Exact Copy f f Wrapper. T un.«mynw. ; Killer Mean*] cadh In roor port#!, became com fortable oo wb mean more ml It. more cream vs3CSahdiw^s^& g W.!WK4MPMft< B.H rr.n«m»,.„ ... iandid Raisuli Forbids It. Tangier, July 24.—Ttid bandid Rai suli ftfes forbhMt.li ( aid Sir Harry W'wrife tb the oilt»td» world, fcariiajj that if this privilege is con- the caid would disclose Rai suii's Sfctreat. — Mothers will find Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup 'the best remedy to use for their, chi) dren doping teething perior. N ' ; i ■■ ■■ r\ — |,W - j Missionaries tad college students are v«jy similar in o«e respect: Both are rqgular in wtiUnc bone thattbey need fioney. fITP H i r itus Dancc and all Nervous Dia jfo « e BS; o c re M ,r« flas f! triarjb...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 24 July 1907

MR. BRYAN AND THE RAILROADS. Gevernment Ownership Nbt An Immediate Issue. In his latest statement concerning railroad problems Mr. Bryan has at least attempted to give his enemies in the Democratic party a rather serious setback; "government ownership," Vie says, "isnot an immediate issue," and he adds that ■"a large majority of the people still hope for effective re gulation." Mr. Bryan fully agrees with those who believe it 'would be vinwsie to turn attention from regulat= ion to ownership. Of course, Mr. Bryan adheres to his original position that the ultimate ■solution of railroad problems is to be found only in government ownership, and his only reason tor not advocating it now is that the people are not ready for it. Mr. Bryan does himself no praticular credit by assuming this position. If government ownership is right, the fact that the people are against it does not make it wrong. If Mr 1 . Bryan honestly believes it is right in prin ciple, if he honestly believes govern" me...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

Washington State Journal VOLUME X. PROFESSIONAL Dr. I. IN. Habecker VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST It located permanently in Ritzville. OFFICE: Harris Livery Stable. \ A. C. RUSSELL Second Hand Store Highest cash price paid for your sec ond hand goods or will exchange new for old furniture. Next Door to Rink, Ritzville. DR. F. R. BURROUGHS Physician and Surgeon* OFFICE—Second St., bet. D and E RITZVILLE. Wash. C. W. BICE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE—Second floor Gritman Block. Phone 323. Night calls promptly attended to from office. RITZVILLE - - WASH. OR. DAVID A. HEWIT Physician and Surgeon All calls answered, day or night. Office —First National Bank Building C Street, Ritzville, Wash. O. R. HOLCOMB Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the U. S. Courts and departments and all Washington Courts. Office—Ritzville, Wash. C. W. RATHBUN Prosecuting Attorney of Adams County. Office: Court house, RITZVILLE. Wash. O. E. LOVELL EDWARD A. DAVIS LOVELL & DAVIS Lawye...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

HAYWOOD FREE MAN GREAT TRIAL OF UNION MINER IS ENDED. FREEING OF THE FIRST DEFEND ANT AT BOISE THE CAUSE OF MUCH REJOICING. Boise. Idaho, July 30. —Into the bright sunlig'it of a beautiful Sab bath morning into the stillness of a city drowsy with the lazy slumber of a summer Sunday, William D. Hay wood, the defendant in one of the most noted trials involving conspiracy and murder that the country has ever known, walked today a free man, ac quitted of the murder of former Gov ernor Frank Steunenberg. The probability of a verdict of ac quittal in the case of the secretary treasurer and acknowledged leader of the Western Federation of Miners had been freely predicted since Saturday, when Judge Fremont Wood read his charge, which was regarded as strong ly favoring the defense in its interpre tation of the laws of conspiracy, cir cumstantial evidence and the corrobo ration of an accomplice who confesses. It was also freely predicted that in the event of Haywood's acquittal the state woul...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

STEAMER ACCIDENT GREAT DISTRESS ON STEAMER FRONTENAC. BTEAMER CATCH E3 FIRE ON LAKE IN WHICH NINE LIVES ARE LOST. Auburn, N. Y., July 29.—The steam boat Frontenac was burned and beached oposlte Parley's point at Lake Cayuga and nine Uvea were lost. The victims were all women and children passengers and all were drowned. Several other passengers were severely burned before the boat could be beached. She lies burned and blackened under seven feet of water. The bodies of the drowned women and children have been recov ered. The following were drowned and the bodies subsequently recov ered: Miss Homer Genung, Free-, ville; Carl Genung, 7 years old; Mrs. Zalia McCreery, Cohoes; Miss Lida Bennett, Frankfort; Miss Stella Clin ton, Ithaca; Miss Marietta Sullivan, Syracuse; 6-year-old daughter of Howard Able, South Bloomlngton; two unidentified women. The most seriously burned are: Mrs. Able, South Bloomtngsburg; Eliza Tuttle, Mlddleton; Charlotte Brigham, Syracuse. The steamer, on old sidewh...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNAL AND ADAMS COUNTY NEWS fc <o»cription price. 11.60 per year; aizmontnt, *1.00. No •nbecrlptlon taken for le«« than six month*. Entered as sesond class matter October 30, 1906. at the post office at Ritzville. Washington, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. published weekly by JOCRNAL-HEROLD LUBLISHINC CO. (INC.) T. G. Steffer, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1907. Alt communications must reach this office not later than 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Any communications receiv ed after that hour will be left over unte the following week, as our forms close Wednesday morning. According to official reports, there are several million dollars in the treas ury of the United States representing postoffice money orders never cashed. The Minneapolis Journal says there is undoubtedly much money in the hands of the express companies repre senting express money orders never collected, and is of the opinion that this money should go in' to the pulbic treas...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

LOCAL NEWS. MRTfIEftN PACIFIC TIME TABU. WEST BOYJND. EAST BO UNft. No. 3.. I:l3am. No. 6.. 4:35 am. No. 5.. 17:25 am. No. 2.. B:32am. No. 1.. .9:45 am. No. 4.. B:s# pm. No. 15-. 6:25 pm. No. 16 .. 136 pm. Fresih fruit and vegetables jrt D. J. Kalkwarf's. \ John F. Irby transacted business in Spokane on Monday and Tuesday. W. v C. Hammond and family are spending the summer at Medical Lake. A number of the young people from here, went toCoear d'Aleneon Monday for an outing. For sale—two teams, light driving horses. Writ or call on Chas. Schelly, .Ritzville, Wash. — 10—X. A chance to get a wmmer suit cheap. One-fourth off i:he regular price at D. J. Kalkwarf'a. Miss Anna Lansing of Clare, Mich., is visiting with her brother, Prof. Lansing, on Knob H ; U. Drop in and see our line of Men's new straw sailor hats. Ritzville Trad ing Co. W. R. Cunningham, Sr., transacted business in Spokane and Wilson creek the first part of this weeik. Don't fail to get one of those niee shirt waists at D...

Publication Title: Washington State Journal And Adams County News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Washington State journal and Adams County news. — 31 July 1907

hill I IIT U Til • • k m 'AIA with Ltnba. Some breeds of a beep attain heavy weights If pushed from £be start, but they must hare rich pastures and be given plenty of grain. A full allowance of hay will be sufficient, with but little grain, but some of the mutton breeds can consume over two pounds of grain each per day. An experiment with lambs at the Inwn station showed that 309 lambs of various breads consumed 34,501 pounds of food In ninety days and gained 4.67S pounds, while seven selected individuals of the breeds con sumed 23,702 pounds of food and gained 3,281 pounds. The gain was at the rate of one pound Increase In live weight for each 7.37 pounds of food (dry matter) mt all breeds tested, and one pound for each 7.25 pounds of food by the seven special breeds, the food consisting of corn, oats, bran, oil meal, turnips, mangels, pea hay, clover bay and timothy, the average gain being a little over half a pound a day. The cost of the gain In live weight was 2.88' cents per po...

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