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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

Usk Trading Company gr 3 AB I— ISHEID 1886 We hflvc 3 carload of nails and a car of fencing wire on the way. Can save you 20c on every dollar. We are making up a car of seed grain and can save you 20c per hundred on freight alone. Ifr your machinery breaks down, can repairs delivered to your landyig in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, CORRESPONDENCE Blanehard The frost king is gone and again the warm sunshine of spring began j to gladden the lace of Mother l Earth. The past winter was un- • favorable for logging in the vicinity! of Blanehard. Nearly all the j ranchers failed to handle as uiany j logs and as much wood as they had expected. But on the whole j the winter has been one of progress j for this community. In the early winter Frank Rusho j had the townsite of Blanehard sur-! veyed and platted. .The lots are being rapidly taken. Within the past ten days Mr. Rusho has made a half dozen sales of town lots. The two general stores are doing a thriving busi...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

PLAN CONFERENCE OVER BOUNDARY OFFICIALS TO MAKE OVERTURES LOOKING TO SETTLEMENT. HAY to take initiative Washington Governor Will Submit proposition tor Conference With Gov. Benson. Portland, Or., April 7.—The defi nite proposition of the Oregon and Washington authorities holding a conference on the Columbia river boundary controversy will soon be ;lU t up to Governor Benson and At •ornt-y-General Crawford of Oregon iy Governor Hay and Attorney-Gen eral Bell of Washington, according to F L. Stewart, senator from Kelso. Senator Stewart, who was the originator of a treaty resolution adopted by the Washington legisla tor but which failed in Oregon, is in Portland, having recently re turned fro in Olympia, where the sub ject was discussed by Governor Hay, Senator Stewart and C. N. McArthur, private secretary of the Oregon gov ernor it was arranged that Gov ernor Ilay, after a further confer ence with Attorney-General Bell, would write to Governor Benson and offer to meet the Oregon autho...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

Good flour per sack ok Best flour per sack ® Cane sugar per one hundred lbs. Hain9 per pound Bacon per pound ° Shoulders per pound Three cans of corn — : • •• •. — *«r Three cans of milk * String Beans, per can Peas per can Table Syrup per gallon 65c and Cooking Molasses, i gallon 2o Cooking Molasses per gallon Honey per gallon Three gallon keg of Sprup Five pounds best lard Ten pounds best lard Five pounds Cottolene Ten pounds Cottolene Seven bars good Soap 2 Six bars Sunny Monday Soap 25 Fels Naptha per bar Bon Ami three for Three pounds Gold Dust NEWPORT, COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Interstate Telephone Go. Fran, chise Held Up. Fire Go. Organization Approved The town council ol Newport met in regular session Tuesday evening. All members and the mayor present, except Lutz, who was out of town. F. C. Jones and B. M. LeFevre, a committee from the newly organized fire department, presented a list of outfit and apparatus desired hv the company, including helmets, boots, slickeis, lan terns, g...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. 'Phillip*. Pres. XO. C. Moeser. Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Laburence. 2nd Vice Pres. F, C. Kraxtse. Cashier. Fred Siemens. Assistant Cashier £. J. Lutx, J. A., tfobte, J. C. McDonald, Ceo. H j FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON \ TIME DEPOSITS XOWR "BVSIJSESS SOLICITED Che tftewport miner Thursday, April 8, 1909. KKKI) L. WOLF, Editor and Publisher Kmc red in the postoffice at Newport, Wash, nifton m* second class mail matter. -TBSORIPTION PRICE Sl.fiO EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES I do key fitting and general repairing. John Jacobson. 47-3 Everything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Pike entertained the O. X. O. 500 Club Monday evening. Buff Orpington eggs, $1 per setting of lo; $6 per 100. V. P. Brown, Newport, Wash. Scarf pins $1.25 to $2.50 for 75c. No pins will be laid away before Saturday. Jerry Desart. G. A. Chipman, after spending some time in the Calispel valley, is again making his home in Newport. LOST—A gold watch fob and cha...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

WASHINGTON NOTES Olympia—Governor Hay has com muted to life Imprisonment the sen tence of Nick Pettrich, convicted of murder in the first degree at Seat tie October 1, 1908, and sentenced , to be hanged Friday, May 21, 1909. J North Yakima—The bank clear ings for North Yakima for the month of March were $1,777,360.54, a gain j of over half a million dollars over the total clearings for the month of February. Spokane—Armed with a galvan- ! ized iron water pail, John Gelina, a | grocer, stood off a thug carrying two revolvers Saturday night and was shot in the arm. He darted inside j the grocery and bolted the door just in time to escape further shots. Seattle—The British ambassador j to the United States, .lames Bryce, and James J. Hill have been invited i by the directors of the Alaska-Yu kon-Pacific Exposition to make the opening addresses June 1. Mr. Bryce is now in California and the invitation was sent to him through Secretary of State Philander Knox Seattle —The prize for the b...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL ~| AN maximum tariff for hostile nation .. give YEAR TO ADJUST RATES Representative From Missouri Would Make Supreme Court Arbiters. Washington —President Taft has informed of the senate program UI . ihe administration of the new • bill. Ir provides that the min imum i a riff shall apply to all coun tor one year. At the end of ihui time the maximum rates will go into effect against all countries rthi' l: i' l 'he opinion of the Presi dent , are not giving the United States iheir best, tariff rates. The President., it is understood, favors sironglv the idea of applying the maximum and minimum princi ple and it is believed that it will be agreed upon fully. Reports have l,eeii current that the majority sen timeni in the senate opposed the minimum mid maximum principle as enunciated in the Payne bill. The difference between the mini [niiid and maximum rates will be 20 percent. It is planned that for nine mouths or one year the minimum rate shall apply to ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 8 April 1909

EASTER CLOTHING! A showing of this season s PERFECTION CLOTHING that eclipses any we ve ever sho wn before, and that will prove our position as everybody's store. All sizes and styles for all sorts of Boys and each garment sold under our iron-clad guarantee. P E* R F" EL c I o N NEWS OF OLD TOWN llenry Pate, n gentleman of color from Colville, visited our beautiful city on Saturday. Henry had met a number of< New porters who had attended court during the recent condemnation cases, : and had formed a liking for the east side of Stevens county, so decided to make ' Newport a visit. Henry imbibed sev- ; eral shots of booze in New Town and j then proceeded to take in Old Town.; He made the rounds in the upper end I of the town and then proceeded to visit with the ladies of his own color residing here. He took on a larger load of booze than was good for him and then pro ceeded to try and wake the dead with his howling. Constable Newsom took Henry in charge and placed him in the ; hast...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

The Newport Miner VOLUME VIII HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & Go. Are a Strong Organization. (Bankers Give Rating. 1,, ih»- discUMaioii of the franchise ■ Kci l>v tlie Northern Electric Co. fur i rl „i ,»f 00 years, questions are fre .Hfcitiy asked concerning the financial ox,risibility of the corn pah v an<i their t<> curry out the large plans for !, vel<.«j»iit»Tit that are now under way. I. t .,-t information on these pointn The .1 isi.fi has this Aeek letters from three ,-itdititi financial institution* of Chicago, the home of the company, which are ,itainly flattering recommendations. 1 p,m the tenor of these letters it is ap : .went that Newport is exceedingly for tunate in having a company of this , r.ir.uter enter this field, and that, its , will do much toward devel ,,pints the country and increasing the o,iiitm-reial importance of our town, i HE AMERICAN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, Monroe and Clark Streets, Chicago, April 8, 1009. \ir. Fred L. Wolf, Editor Newport Ui...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two.tor 25c Calico, all colors, per yard 6c Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard l^ c Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard l^c Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 12 1--C Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 12 l-2c Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 12 l-2c Shirting, per yard. 12 to 20C Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to 20C Scrim, per yard 20c 9 1-4 Sheeting, per yard 30C 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 8 to ]fc Germantown yarn, per skein 20c Shoe Departn Children'? Shoes from - - s I.<«J to £1.75 Babies' Shoes 25c to s<>p Ladies Governess Shoe?. elastic >ides $1.5" Ladies' Quaker Shoes. $1.00 Old Ladies?' wide Shoe?, $2.00 I>adies, Yassar Shoes, $3.00 Ladies' Arrington Shoes, elastic sides $1.75 Old Ladies' Quaker Shoes. $1.50 Ladies' Heavy Shoe?, Mustard ~ ~ ~sl.s<&g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

■WEST GETS MANY COLONISTS rj Hi: MOVEMENT of settlers is ASTONISHING. increase over last year Trawl Confined Mostly to Home -,«*ekers, Who Are Looking for Farm#. 'Chicago, April 13. —The coloniza .j,„i <>( the Pacific Northwest, which ■ A as halted by the general business .lepression and-by fears of the finan ,.ial interests of the country, is again in full swing. The first month of the spring colonization period has at,' closed, and the railroad mana ft-rs are astonished at the results -hown by the net figures of the re turns. These figures, as compiled by both ihe Karriman and the Hill lines, show that the present year bids fair t,i surpass all previous years in the (lumbers who will seek homes in the land which Lewis and Clark opened in ihe Northwest.. The returns are u ot all in as yet, but enough have been recorded to convince the rail road men that there will be at least twice as many people in new homes this year in the Pacific Northwest as t>here were last year. The...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

Lecture Well The lecture at Kelly's Hall Friday evening given by Prof. Moore, oi Gon zaga College, assisted bv a sterioptican J in charge of Prof. Bachalupi. was well | attended and thoroughly enjoyed. In. cidents of the life and passion of Christ were illustrated and explained by the lecturer, bringing many new thought? in connection therewith to the hearer?. A feature of the evening was a vocal solo by Father Folcbi the venerable priest, who has charge of this parish. Father Folchi also directed the singing of the children of the Sunday school clasp. Prof. Simpson and Mrs. Hynes furnished the instrumental music. The ladies of the church are thankful to Pr»4. Simpson and others who as sisted and to all for their patronage of the event which netted them a goodly sum for the new church building. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Newport, Idaho that on Saturday, April 17th, there will be held at the School House in District N0.9 the annu al school meeting for the election of o...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. C. "Phillips, Prw. . C. Moeser. Ist Vice 'Pres. W. C. Labvrence. 2nd Vicc frw. F. C. KraxJse. Cashier. Fred StexJens, Assistant Cashier E. J. Lutx, J. A. Moble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H Hobier FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS yOVR *BVSIJ%ESS ~hc -fftewport HWincr Thckspay, April 15, 1909. I KKI> L. WOLF, Editor «nrt Publisher Kuu red In the postoffiee at Newport. Wash. tiKioii ttSMceonfl class mail matter. -■IIBSCRIPTION PRTOF *1.50 EACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Pewee Falls advertisement on page -■ Everything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. \trs. George Ilynes has gone to Fort lurid.Oregon, for a visit with her mother . ;tnd lister. Scarlet fever is epidemic at. Chattaroy. There are alao several oases of the dis ease in Sandpoint. Three houses for eale; must be moved; vsill make you a good price if taken at »>nce. Newport Iron Works. Thomas Shaw has returned from a month's visit in Spokane and has gone to his homestead down the ...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

Usk Trading Company USK, WASHINGTON E D 1886 We have a carload of nails and a car of fencing wire on the way. Can save you 20c on every dollar. We are making up a car of seed grain and can save you 20c per hundred on freight alone. Hardware, Harness Supplies, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Sporting Goods, Drugs Grain, Feed, Tim othy Hay and Farm Implements. h your machinery breaks down, can §et repairs delivered to your landing in twelve hours. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICE FOR FARM PRODUCE USK, CORRESPONDENCE Tiger Talk. Rev. Thomas May and wife were | Tiger visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Early are now oc cupying the Wildwood ranch. Their j many friends are pleased to have | them back for the summer. 11. Greenamyer and E. F. Yoder i went to Spokane last Thursday to | make final five-year proof on their | claims taking Wm. Morris as a wit-! ness. Henry Savage is postmaster while Mr. Yoder was in Spokane. Mrs. MofTet returned from Ore gon, where she was called by the death of her father. T...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

NEWS FROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL |HK ru \l TARIFF - BILL IS i itt:<>!<• h iforsE. fr ee lumber finally lost -te if* isioii Will Be More Thor ough—( onimitlee Cuts Hates* in Many Instances. After three weeks of nsideranon rlie Payne tariff bill CUU3 lUV was by ilia house of repre sentative,- a>u ill great excitement, in attempt by Champ Clark, minori leader i<) recommit rhe bill with juMi'iiiikuis signally failed. The sit uation with respect io lumber was -rem relieved to the Republican leaders when it became manifest ,l, al the advocates of placing it on ,| lt . free iist were in the minority. •flu' hill was introduced on March I - rt -ported io the house by the «avs and means cmmittee on the fol lowing day and was under general debate to: Hi days. One of ihe principal changes in ,he hill was ilie placing of petroleum , m |lie five list. Among other im portant amendments made since the 1,111 ijane from the committee were ilmsf striking out the provision for „ juiv on te...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 15 April 1909

Our Spring Stock Is filled with the choicest selections of the market. Everything for Men and Boys to wear. Black Cat Hosiery We have just received a large shipment of the Black Cat hose in all colors and styles. Every pair guaranteed. CLOTHING! A complete stock of clothing for Men and Boys. All sizes and prices We Specialize on CAPP'S 100 PER CENT. WOOL CLOTHING. NEWS OF OLD TOWN County Assessor Von Cannon was down from Sandpoint on Thursday. He was assisting Deputy Assessor Gallagher in making the assessment. Mr. Gal lagher is a resident of Granite and has been at work assessing in this end of Bonner county. Quite a number of undesirable char acters have moved from Newport during the past week. The road commissioner has been busy notifying a few of the affinities that they would have to get busy at road work or go to Sandpoint and do work there. Most ot the hunch departed for Spokane. A Japanese is having a building erect ed opposite the Neill building on Wash ington avenue. The b...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

VOLUME VIII HAS PROMISING FUTURE (Conditions Hereabouts Good For Fruit Raising. Development Work in Progress. I'init tii€r Newport district will l:ik»* its u -«- aiiioiii; the leading winter apple ductug nef?tions of the stilts and that ,-(v indication points to the nuccesnful ~ ,win£ "Ia superior prod net i* theopin ,. mi.'of tin* leading horticulturists tin' -tale. I In* gentleman in question, Mr. K. I>. t»-wsrt, of Prosser, Wash., is at pres ... engaged in visiting Stevens county uth ;i view to determining by personal , ii-ci\ation the possibilities of fruit lowing in this section. He is spending rveral days in this vicinity and is fav ,iablv impressed with what he has seen. Mr. Stewart yesterday visited the or , 11;ifd h of Chas. M. Talmadge, on Silver | Much and looked over the Cedar Park »irrhard Tracts now being developed by (lie Newport Washington Land Co. on j the bench lands south and east of tnwn. i He expressed himself as more than j ■leased with what he had seen and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

T. J. KELLY NEWPORT, • " " WASHINGTON Dry Goods Department Cotton Batts, two for 25c Calico, all colors, per yard *>e Percale, light colors, steam shrunk, per yard Dark Percale, steam shrunk, per yard Dress Gingham, steam shrunk per yard 1- *\-2c Nurse's Gingham, five differ ent stripes, per yard 12 l-2e Apron Gingham, all colors, yd 8c Cotton Challie, per yard 8c Creton, per yard 10c Flannellette per yard 12 l-2c Shirting, per yard, 12 to 20c Curtain Slips, per yard 15c to 20c Scrim, per yard 20c 9 .1-4 Sheeting, per yard 30c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 18c 45 inch Pillow Tubing, per yd 20c Muslin, per yard 8 to 10c Germantown yarn, per skein 20c Egyptian Tissue, per yard 25c Two pieces, black lawn per yard 15c and 20c Light blue Linen, two pieces per yard 20c Shoe Department Children's Shoes from Si .00 to §1.75 Babies' Shoes 25c to 50c Ladies' Governess Shoes, elastic sides $1.50 Ladies' Quaker Shoes, $1.00 Old Ladies' wide Shoes, $2.00 Ladies, Vassar Shoes. $3.00 Ladies' Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

ABDUL HAMID MAY ABDICATE l < iTTKKiXCJ THRONE OF TURKEY IS ABOUT TO FALL. ARMY AT CAPITAL'S GATES Asia Minor Moslems Are Burning ami Pillaging—Two Mission aries Are Slain. Constantinople, April 19.—The luost serious crisis in the history of , K - Turkish Empire is thought to in at hand. It is persistently ru mored that Abdul Hamld, forced by iuo uprising against the tyranny of party in power, will abdicate the ; lii-one. The committee of Union and Prog representing the party of the Young Turks, with whom are allied itn revolting Salonica soldiers, are , ruleavoring to regain the power ob iiued by the revolution of last July, which has been gradually under mined by the cleverness of the Sul • in in getting rid of or winning over i,v bribes the leaders. The Salonica M.ldiers are at the gates of the city :iml threaten. The military in the ABDUL HAMID. i apital is in a state of fear and no resistance is looked for. To complicate the situation, an uprising is in progress in Asia Minor...

Publication Title: Newport Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Baseball Sunday, Cusick vs. Newport. FOR SALE—or trade, for team work, 13± wagon. Phone 141. F. C. Jones Son are building an automobile'garage for C. P. Moeser. Mr. aud Mrs. T. L. Paulson are the happy parents of a bov born Wednesday. Attend the Old fashioned social at the Congregational church Fridav evening April 30th. George J. Mohler, general freight and passenger agent of the I. & W.N. made a trip to lone today. r«et in 011 the ground floor. Ivvo blocks from the business center. Lots $200. The Black well addition. \V. .!. Dow, formerly with the Neff barber shot), has leased the Mc< urdv shop and took possession of same Mon day. Marriage licenses were issued a* Spo kane yesterday to 0. M. Yeager arid May Whirlkuist and Dan Dalva and Anna M. Johnson, all of Newport. FOR SALE —Brood mares, young horses and one young thoroughbred hull, milk strain, in trade or terms to suit buyers. 'lon. If. .Tones, Vsk, Wash. 45- tf The Moeser-Remly Lumber Co. is going ahea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newport miner. — 22 April 1909

CAPITAL $25,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS j, C. "Phillips. "Pres. tO. C. Moeser, Ist Vice Pres. W. C. Latvrence. 2nd Vice Pres. F. C. Kraxfse. Cashier. Fred Siemens. Assistant Cashier £. J. Lutz, J. A. JVoble, J. C. McDonald, Geo. H. POUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON yOVR WSIfIESS SOLICITED Cbc -fßewport "fflincr Thi-hsoay, April 22, 1901>. I ItKt) 1.. WOLF, Editor nnrt Publisher Kutfrcti in ihepostofflce at Newport. Wash. ,iHfon class mail matter. -t'ASCRIPTION PRICE Hsl.tt) BACH YEAR JUST AMONG OURSELVES Sec IN-,wee Falls advertisement on l»iige Uascball dance at Kelly's Hall Friday i*\ cning. Kverything that is good to eat at the Newport Bakery. \lr. Oardiner, of Metallne, is a New port visitor today. Phone 101 and get your grocery orders ti!lt'ii. Payne & Vawter. I offer for sale the best building lot in s-..tt's Addition. Ftov Wimber. A tine lot of iardinieres and other ■u tides at cost at Miller's old stand. A son was l>orn to Mr. and Mrs. Bur tonl residing on Union Avenu...

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