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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 April 1884

V * i / "n r ' onKrrMman. PINE II ILL. 21th, ism. GLENJW O*. ami- < «liii>raiu< Advicf to Jlolhrric VI MP / > I he time lor the next seiientl .March election is drawing niarli and al ; Km. ^ r e atly cm hi Miintiii |wyw>iwfin thr--. iEgr^^eTii™eTy of The lives lost the Ihinl conj:res-i mal district < 1 and property des^|eg|(8d by the re. Mif disfii--iii^ and agHnt (.ent overflow^* atrtnjg the Missjs^- jMir t1\«^i'rest j<m : < to who shall A-;ip-j COhio riveiu. >> * our a My H«m. ilIf* , i-i n'°'Mion tin* sit havin; vor. ^ "f'roli ]lr? «%«}d smrtf [PW* 11npn a -i""V ™ powerful in- anv othi next^LJongress-than ar&ar v"1*" ,n the district. We ^>>'or^whe1herhe wil, be a eanrndaMcyVe-elecUon, t> aou bLutes. a nj jn case prror, with the R^hts before it, i^jj^jlling to trust Jiim another term.—Texas Mirror. - We presume there is no doubt about Mr. Jones succeeding him- self. We krtnv no reason why he should not. Jl'here are other men in the distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 August 1884

T. MLLt2TJ&j&; &siitgr and Proprietor. "^fOLERA-NT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." TEEMS": $2.03. VOL. XXV. HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 21. -1884- NO 84- 'IVrms) of subscription. / Oij j ropy 1 ye.ir. . 2 00 " " ti months, 1.00. florals 15 cer.ls per line for first inscr- ti> n. For a longer time, special rates Uritt t>^ i;tvca. IN FOREIGN LANDS. The lame of the Swiss Alps is so great that the word Switzer- Slv>r".. newsy correspondence solicited land has become almost a svno- ErVioi every part of the county. N« ir<-jectcd manuscripts returned. II Jtrs ofAdvcrtbinjC: ' 1 olit.na, oue year, I 'i 14" 1 S pi ire, 1 <'.•!.i.*u, .sis months, 1 ■) I 1 " " " 1 " " I « three months, 1 '! 14" 1 Sfpure " " j legend. WilliamfJTell ; and al-1 Another and another icy crest is Ithough the modern historian may [lighted up, the golden orb begins (x-rc^ o^ro^T^rrespo^ae^t.) Prononnce Tel1 a "'.vlh, these as- j to appear above the horizon, the sociati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 August 1884

tills C4C3W. Henderson, Tkxas, FZQll QYEBTGtf. Tiirusn \ v. ,\r<:.. ji. i^si. B.T. " Knt<*r«.1 a* the Post Office, at liendei on, Texas, as second class matter. ifUTC D A T)T7TI may N fmiwl on flli* at On. J il io X ilx r<IV F. Unwell ts. €& •* /'IwrtiBureau(T05pr...;eSt >. ■£* c<'fitr "fa Uioy ho made Jt in >KW yflKIl. i:no«ic %«*■«* whiSkks. Pur Congress, 3rd Congressional District, HON. JAMES H. JONES. Sepreseatativc. \V"5I. Bkabd. !lions from the highest official to •the poorest laborer, oa pain of dismissal and have openly tired' 'he ijKj-'t corrupt menus to retain .1 , . .... . -r. .. lust, bul verv little ol interest has control ol the government. 1 lie;* t Ed. Timks:- Augu-t 17. I8S1. Since I wrote vou have retained in power the most corrupt men, and rewarded men j transpired in our midst. The Jewish population of our ! (own has been increased about 0 jpay no uttentnva to ifc..t 1 am j CAT.(iVZ OF lUr.CHh.jLh. ) perlectly willing for the people A A HO*....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 August 1884

Wr fhe Henderson Times.l Ti° Hi^r Bsat- THURSDAY. AUG., 21,18S1. The following lines were suggested to j the author upon reading "Little Nell," j und itffc resj'tcttally' dt.licutu! to Henry , Present? Webh. by the author, Isbam . .LOCAL NEWS- «teJ.lU„„„, - Mr. J. ll. Hancock was iu the j Prescott, get your hook, cily yesterday. j And S°to the bro°k. | w liere lhe water run? the fastest, — tVhittaker li.un-> received [FimJ that jrout daily at S. J. Br union's. ' Afid jerk liiin cut; And cliuck him in your basket. — Cypress svrup barrels for sale i — at S. J. Braiidfm'.s. —^r- ^°'jn A kill is axuin In — Mr. W. K. Camp £ot in Tues day Irom a trip to Wills Point. — I'erey Garrison lelt Tuesday evening for Ins western home. —Don't delay in getting your oats. Leni Slot^j has just re- ceived a car letter of'"Diino- this issue. It is very -W. L. Diamond & Co. will you family groceries cheap, and deliver them free. —The huge brick building of Neal, Hill & Co., will soon |jc compl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 August 1884

jg!PJ " WASiiiNiiiO^i LSiitii. iiimpiv a pr'vafe business transac- J whole affection, an J :h~l he p!ac- CJappin I tion. involving no omen of conee-!ed you in an insane asyluui in or j frera A niaii) m i reivave-nori!. I (ZT ~~ C~—- One of t he iuo t iutere>liug t*— < f machinery ol tlie 1 reas-; iiry Department is the "con ccience tun J."' livery qnenct*. Mr. Blaine has never yet 1 der to rid himself of the annoy- , ^fle unjvcr=iiy fund is managed r,aiil !or the land on which hiVance which you threatened to new house is built in this city, and j cause hituF j the title'of which still remains in | "I don't like to talk about this other comfortable and now ' the nSme of Mr. Phelps 3rd. That this preamble and resolutions be spread on the jour- nal of the Quarterly Conference to the effect thatari anurtymoirs l£i ur>"otujiiUljiC(ilhas been ie veJ at r/le^'lVesstjrv postmarked I er eel ved such an 1 such a place.containing j rather loosely. When will Texas ever see an " healthv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 August 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOB AND -I'M E&T18B IS THE TIMES, The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY- TERMS:-$1.50 PER YEAR. READ! READ!! We are offering The IIexpekson Times and Texas Farm and Ranch one year for only $1.50. Think of it—two good papers for the price of one. Send in your name at once, as the offer is limited. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' VOLUME XXX HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST22, -1889- NUMBER 34 The Houston Post is opposed to the jute trust. IIow is the Fort Worth Gazette on a railroad commission? The paper without an idea is a nuisance and ought to be abolished. The farmers are resolutiner against jute just as though *he Attorney- General had never "jshf : "ftltttef. The Galveston News has been the champion of trusts and monopo- ly so long that if it were to warn j fessing to be Christians who are the natives of any impending danger! eternany teaching people to give, iney wouid be loth to believe it. j They claim that giving is a part of Tue News ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 August 1889

/ s Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Tiiubsday, Avgcst 22, 1889. Entered at the postoflicc in Henderson, Texas, as second-class mail matter. R. T. HlLNERi EDITOR. Akd the new railroad is to be built at once. East Texas expects to introduce her resources to the home-seeker. Let everybody enlist in the cause. :rood The Fort Worth Gazette is, per- haps, the strongest advocate of favors of any other paper in this free country. The Fort Worth Gazette has acted the part of the bat to that ex- tent that neither the railroads nor the people of Texas have any con- fidence in it. We think that Mr. Blake was in error in attributing any influence whatever to the Fort Worth Ga- zette. Mr. Blake is entirely too shrewd a man to be guilty of such egregious errors. This time 1889 Fort Worth has five aces—ace of cotton, ace of corn, ace of wheat, ace of hay and ace of cattle. —Fort Worth Gazette. And one ass of a paper. The Alliances in different portions of the State are resoluting against the Galves...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 August 1889

*■ m Weekly Times. HENDERSON .TEXAS Thursday, Augcst 22, 1889, LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to The Tnm: Postmaster, Tatum, Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J- Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibubr, Minden, Lee Autrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake Westfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Hwrell, Motley. COURT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March, June, September and December. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon- days in January and July. The commissioners' c following assuyyaentior holding justices' "Jusk county: Precinct No 1, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. No. 2, Overto —Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month. No. 4, Mt. Enterprise—Thursday before the 4th Saturday in each month. No. 5,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 August 1889

W'- w. KmET ■ -•-5' I f «r | t • l£- i * K- I . ii; BEST III THE WORLD. Portlier Great Cures of Skin Diseases by the Cuticura Remedies. Bar aae year sad a ball* old. aai Mr ia a terrible eaadltloa, belage«Teredwlth Mm. Halpkfr iprlap fall* Cared €a tlcara Remedies. I have used your Cutiouea Remedies 111 two cases where it proved to be success- ful. The first -was in the case of a boy a year and a half old. His face and body were in a terrible condition, the former bein*"coTered with sores. I took him to the Hassena Sulphur Springs, bnt he did not improve any. I was then advised to try the Cpticcba Remedies, which I did. He took one sad a half bottles of Cuticuba BasoLTwrr, when his skin was as smooth as could be, and is to-day. I used the CxmcuBA on his sores and the Cuticcba Soap in washing him. He is now five years of age, and all right. The other case was a disease of he scalp, which was cured by washing with the Cutnjuka Soap and rubbing in the Cuticuba, one bottle of Cuticuba R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES,.! The? Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY-! Tiili MS: $150 PER YEAR. I imes. kUAb fim We want Thk Times to vidt eve household in Busk County and if ■. friends will show it to their neigh Uo and ask them to subscribe, this can i accomplished before January 1, lb'1 Let each of our present subscribe send in at least one new subscriber 1 can do it. Thk Tikes is one~of th be Democratic papers in East Texas ai stands strictly upon its own merits- T it. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XX}t HENDERSON- RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY.-OCTOBER 31, 1889- NUMBER JIM. So Jim U di?ad! I don't know why It should !jo bo, but, do you know, It seer.is a mout unnatural thing That Jim should die. Ho seemed so sure to win; In all he tried He came out best; he beat the rest, As sportsmen say, "Hands down," And yet he died. When we were chums—1 don't suppose There ever were a warmer pair— We used to speculate on death. And now be knows. He used to say:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

\7 v2^ Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, October 31, 1889. Entered at the postofflce in Henderson, Texas, aa gecondsclaaa mail matter. B. T. 1CL2T2ZB - - - EDITOR. The Austin Daily Globe, with S. R. Whitley as editor and publisher, in a neat, newsy paper and deserves a liberal patronage. If Hogg's political enemies don't muzzle the papers of "no politics" he will be nominated for governor as sure as the convention meets. Pbof. Johx M. Richabdsox thinks the cotton bloom ought to be our national flower. What's the matter with the spring poet? He buds and blooms as regular as the spring comes. The Fort Worth Gazette would have a picnic were it edited in Hen- derson. It could daily declare that the streets are dry and dusty with- out any one taking issue with it. Later—It has rained. Indiana, Pa., is a prohibition town. The Messenger of that place con- tains the following in a recent issue: "On Friday night last there arrived here twenty-eight kegs of beer, one five-gallon keg o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

'■ I f IS I I 11 L Good goods and low prices rule at Lord's. Seed wheat, rye, barley and oats at Gus Meyer's. Mr. Burnett certainly knows how to select furniture. Big stock of eyerything in the dry goods line at Mays & Hardeman's. Go to Mrs. Oliver for surahs, vel- vets and plushes for trimming dresses. Ladies, when you come to town, call Mid see for yourselves, Mr. Bur- nett's furniture. Weekly Times. henderson ,tkx/.s Thursday, October 31, 1889. LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorised to take new subscriptions and renewals to Thz Tikes: Postmaster, Tatum. Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Parris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibuhr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake W estfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell, Motley. COURT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March, June, September and December. The following Thursday is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

VT- - • a ~A -2:-i W- ^kins on Fire. AfMixiiKt Itcklnff, b«ralng aad bleed lag Eczeata in 1U vrortutagen. A raw re from head to feet. Hairgroae. I>oc- tor« and hovpiialu fail- 1 rled everything;. Cared by the Cat. Icara Btmed e for S«. .Cured by Uuticura. I am cored of a loathsome disease, ecze- ma, in its worst stage. I tried different doctors and been through the hospital, but all to no purpose. The disease covered my whole body from the top of my head to the soles of my feet. My hair all came ont, leaving me a complete raw sore. Af- ter trying everything I heard of your Cuticuba Remedies, and after using three bottles of Cuticcba Resolvent, with Jt. k Ccticuba and Cttticcba Soap, I find my- self cured at the cost of about $6. I would not be without the Ctjticcba Rem- edies in my house, as I find them useful in many cases, and I think they are the only skin and blood medicines. ISAAC H. GERMAN, Wurtsboro, N. Y. BCKi-vKxe a> rrcmi%6. I was sifk in the fall of 1888 with a burn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

Weekly Times. HENDERSON,TEXAS TncBSDAY, November 7, 1889. LOCALAGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to Thx Tixxs: Postmaster, Tatum. Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. 3. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibuhr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake VVestfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jai. Harrell, Motley. Finest of all sorts of liquors at Compton's. The best made at Compton's call and get a flask. Mr. R. H. Hightower left for Mon roe, La., on last Monday. Away with the credit system. It is a relic of barbarism. COURT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March. June, September and December. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon- davg in January and July. The commissioners'court has fixed the fallowing assignment for holding justices' CJurts in Rusk county: • Pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 October 1889

' - 4.- - -• v- v * ■a. .->... . — HAM'. Au Awful Limb. Sore Hkia eallrely " ■a«a «r diwate. L«K Oli-i*- luked «■< ihirdiBMie. Condi i|.a hoprlrm. Cared by Cwtl carsRrmedirx in two month C uredby uticwra For three years I was almost crippled with an awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle; the skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one mass of disease. Some pin sieians pronounced it incurable. It had diminished about one third the size of the other and I was in a hopelest condition. After trying all kinds of rem- edies and spending hundreds of dollar from whiih I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to try your ("rnctrBA Rem ■diss, and the result was as follows: Af- ter three days I noticed a decided change for the better, and at the end of two months I was completely cured. Vy flesh was purified and the bone (which had been exposed for oyer a year) got sound. The fiesh began to grow, and to- day, and for nearly two years past, mj leg is as well as ever it was, soun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 November 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IX THE TIMES, The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY. Z.* Hums. Tit. /I MS: $150 Phil YE All. REAb • lJjf/J We want The Times to visit every household in Rusk County and if our friends will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 181H). Let each of our present subscribers ■send in at least one m \v subscriber.. You ^an do it. The Tikes is one of the b> Democratic papers in East Texas ana ;tands strictly upon its own merits. Try| t. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXX HENDERSON- RUSK COUNTY. TEJ?AS- THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1889- NUMBER 45 The Civil Service law is a fraud. If you will prepare shelters for your stock during the winter, it will save much feed and have better stock. —Timpson Times. Better c ire makes better stock. Many of the leading republican senators a:e prepared to make war on Harrison as soon as congress meets. It is said that Hen is very nnpopnlar with the lead.ng p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 November 1889

/ Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. K" f I ] 1 J: Thursday, November 7, 1889. Entered at the postoffice in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. B T. 1QL2TEE - - - EDITOR. The Galveston News is out in a leader in fayor of pork. Horace Cate, the leading lawyer of Mineola, has moved to Laredo. We long to see the day when New Birmingham will furnish iron for the millions. Mr. J. II. Brown, the leading Fort Worth merchant, has made an assignment. All that glisters is not gold. _ There is said to be a gteal deal of sickness in Tyler. Bad sewerage is the cause, no doubt, because the country thereabout is high and dry and diseases are not indigenous to it. Mortox is determined that the office of vice-president shall not be a mere figurehead during his admin- istration. He has put him up a saloon, and employed experts to mix drinks. The Times is willing to support Cleveland, Hill, Carlisle or any other good and able democrat for the presidency. The Times banks more on principles than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 November 1889

I V . I Weekly Times. HENDERSON ,TEX. AS Thursday, August 22, 1889, LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions anil renewals to The Times: Postmaster, Tatum, Postmaster. Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. 3. Farris, Lawsonville, . W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibubr, Minden, Lee Autrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake Westfal], Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell. Motley. COUHT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on tbe first Mondays in March. June, September and December. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon- days in January and July. The commissioners' j?o_urt_-UttS-- fried the following assignment for holding justices' CifflrtMSfjJusk county: Precinct No 1, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. No. 2, Overto —Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month. No. 4, Mt. Enterprise—Thursday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 November 1889

II / "K BEST IN THE WORLD. Further Great Cures of Skin Diseases by the Cuticura Remedies. . one rear and a half old. -'ace and body In a terrible condition, belngco-reredwitb •Ores. Snlpher springs fall, Cared by €« ticnra Remedies. I have used your Otjticcba Remedies in two cases where it proved to be success- ful. The first was in the case of a boy a year and a half old. His face and body were in a terrible condition, the former beingjcovered with sores. I took him to the Massena Sulphur Springs, but he did not improve any. I was then advised to try the Cuticuba Remedies, which I did. He took one and a half bottles of Ccticcba Resolvent, when his skin was as smooth as could be, and is to-day. I used the CtmotJBA on his sores and the Cdticcea Soap in washing him. He is now five years of age, and all right. The other case was a disease of he scalp, which was cured by washing with the Ccticuba Soap and rubbing in the Cuticuba, one bottle of Cuticuba Resolvent being used. They have pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 November 1889

-r-rt ,• ■ SUBSCRIBE FOR AND! ADVEB CISe IS THE TIMES, The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY- TERMS: -$1.50 PER YEAR. 1.1 i V \ i me 8. every JttiAb Tllk TlMks. We want The Trass to visit household in Rusk County and if our friends 'will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 1890. Let- each of our present subscribers send in at least one new subscriber. You can do it. The Tikes is one of the best Texas and Try] Democratic papers in East stands strictly upon its own merits, it. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXX HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY< NOVEMBER 14, 1889- NUMBER 46 Mahone, thv name is Dennis. The Houston Post is improving all the time. Mahoxe and Foraker have been relegated to oblivion and political disgrace. Ex-Senatob Maxey would make an exceedingly willing candidate for governor. The Long view Clarion comes out in a bold editorial on "education of the negro." According to hypocrite Harri...

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