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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local on Pa*s» 6 and 8. Dan Cloud is spending a few days in Tacoma on business. Mrs. Lowrey has taken charge of the boarding house at the Buffalo Shingle mill. Mr. and Mrs George Barnhart and little son are visiting relatives in and around Lynden. Mrs. Herbert Nolan and baby daughter are visiting Mrs Nolan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralstin. The young people of the two Hol land churches held their annual pic nic at Birch Bay last Thursday. Will D. Wallace, our next county auditor, was a welcome visitor a mong friends and acquaintances yes terday, i The volunteer fire department has' a special meeting and drill tomorrow night, and another next Monday night. Mr. W. H. Smith has received an interesting letter from W. R. Fergu son, a former resident of Lynden. tut now located in Alberta. O. J. Bruns was up from Lopez Island last week to visit his moth er. Mrs. C. M. Bruns. and other relatix es. The W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs day, August 22. with Mrs. Robert H...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Bneoessor to Pacific Pilot, first puWo An*. t«, 1»01 Lynden Son, first puolia'd June 89, IM4 J yaden Son-Pilot, sstab. Aug-. 10, IMS Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co, Washington, every Thursday. It. lOWirwMO. Owner sad PubUshr Entered aa iccond-clui imU Mtt«. July 8. 1908, at the poet office at lyn den. Washington, und.r ths Act of March 3. 1878, ———-= OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance H-** Six Months in Advance....... Canada and Foreign, one Year «■»" Advertising furnished ou appli cation. . The Governorship. Efforts to have J. C. Lawrence withdraw from the race for gover nor have been brewing for several months. An attempt has also been made to bring about an agreement between Governor Hay aud Mr. Lawrence. -Now, bear in mind that Lawrence is the original Progress ive candidate for governor. He an nounced his candidacy as early as December first. He is endorsed by I aited States Senator PoindSXtsr and C. U. Kegley. m...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

DAIRYMEN! We solicit your cream and submit to you the following prices paid from January Ist. 1912 to August Ist., for comparison with prices paid by any creamery to which you may have shipped during that time: Month Fir.t Half Second Half Jan. 43c 40c Feb. 37c 41c Mar. 38c 37c April 38c 33c May 31c sweet 35c sour 33c June sweet 34c M 35c sour 33c July sweet 35c S. M 37c sour 35c These prices average at least lc Higher than those of our nearest competitors making a saving to our patrons of 53607.00. They average 3c higher than was paid by the same competitors and others outside of the Lynden and Laurel districts; making a saving to our patrons of $ 1 1,421.00 on the amount of cream shipped during the past seven months. If you are milking cows for a profit and wish to get the best returns in the future as well as the present, patronize the LYN- DEN CREAMERY CO. which has done more to encourage and develop the dairy business than any other factor in Whatcom County. Lynden Creamery S W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

PAGE « WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising MRS. OSGOOD Copies Abstracts. NEW SIX ROOM House, Good Uarn, Chicken Yard. Fruit Trees, ele gant Dot. fenced; will trade tor lots or small house in Lynden This house is located at 2504 King Street. Bellingham. Beadle Han son. 8- 15 " 2t FOR SALE— Cheap; 1 Bay Geld ing; weight about 1200; guaran teed sound; good driver, lluuinan Implement Co. Lyndon. Phone Xtill. 8-16-" The parties that have the grip belonging to J. W. Wilmore will please return the same to Trib une office or to stage driver, and no questions will be asked. Teacher's Monthly and Term Re port Cards—so for $1 at the Tribuu office. These are the report card, used In all country schools. LOST —August 3, a ring with green setting; tied In corner of white handkerchief. Finder please leave at Tribune office. llattie Van der Linden. 8-15-lt STRAYED OR STOLE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES 1. 0. o. r. rJfHSI Lo T , ?i 71 • ■ Det - U **•*? Saturday lo Odd relloara' ■alt, (j. t. Bar, KG H I Stemhauer. Secretary. Nooksack Valley Encampment. No. 58. meets Aral aliu third Wednesdays in odd Fellows' Hail Geo Scuvil, C. P. H. 8. Steinhuuer. Bjetta, Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 35. meets flrat and third Saturdaya In 1. o. o. F. Hall EiueJ Ba.ity. N. G. Mra. W. W. Palmer, Secretary XASOHIC. Linden Lodge. No. 66. meete aecond and fourth Thursdays in Masonic Uall. Geo. A. Palmer w at. l>. W. Bender, See y Lynden Chapter. No. 12, O. K. S., meeta first alio th.rd Thursdays in Maaunic Hail. Mra Geo W. Hall, W. al. Geo. W. Hail, Sel-'y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Linden Lodge, No. lu'7. meet! eitry Monday In X ot r. Hall A. L>unaer. c. C. H. s stem tiaurr. K. of R S. LeaSSB Temple, No. 82. Pythian Sifters, meets Beyond and fourth Wedheauays lv L of I*. Haii. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet lf«M 2nd and 4th Saturdaya In Pllley'a Bali, vii Third St. Warren E. Ui«:h Clerk. BROTHER...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

PAGE t OLD SETTLERS CELEBRATION The Seventeenth Annual Picnic of the Old Settlers' Association closed a three-day jubilee at Ferndale Sat urday night, and notwithstanding that rain interfered to some extent on the first day of the celebration, tlie attendance was large each day, and the event was a big success. • • • The loring cups given by Judge Jeremiah Neterer were presented by him on Saturday afternoon. John Hope, of Ferndule, for forty-six years a resident of Whatcom coun ty, received the Oldest Settler Lov ing Cup, and Airs. Anna Tawes-Ray, of Uellingliani. born in the county fifty-three years ago, was present ed with the Native Horn Loving Cup. The principal address of the oc casion was made on Friday by Rev. M. A. Matthews, of the First Pres byterian church, of Seattle, whose subject was, "Our Development of Washington as a Just Tribute to the Work of tlie Pioneers." Tlie business meeting of the As sociation resulted in the election of the following ol'licers for tbe com i....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

Vol. 5 PROGRESSIVE PARTY. For President THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York For Vice President HIRAM W. JOHNSON, of California NOTICE! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that there has been filed with the under signed, as County Auditor of Whatcom County, Washington, declarations of candidacy of candidates for Legislative. County and Precinct offices and that there has also been Certified to the undersigned, as such County Auditor, by the Secretary of State, the names of persons who have filed with said Secretary their declarations of candidacy for Congressional and State Offices as hereinafter set forth. The names of said candidates will appear under the respective titles of the offices for which they are candidates upon the ballot of the political party of which they are members respectively and which ballot will be used and voted at the primary election to he held in said county as hereinafter de scribed. Said election will be held for the purpose of nominating candidates for office of the seve...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

Vol. 5 Big Business Tool is Named to Succeed Hanford Corporation Power to Select ■Judges Again Shown The naming of C. W. Howard by President Taft to be Federal Judge of the Western District of Washington, to succeed Cornelius H. Hanford, in a startling mftnner brings home to the people of this county the truth of the allegation, which has heretof ore been made, that the corporations are seeking to select the judges—not only Federal judges, but of Whatcom County as well. The same things that have caused the people to rise in pro test against Howard's appointment should also cause them to protest by their votes the re-election of John A. Kellogg, who is backed by the same corporations that Howard rep resents. Do you doubt the truth of this state ment? Here is verification from the files of the Herald before its pur chase by the interests. Over an Olym pia date line on the Oth day of March, 1907, the Herald published the follow ing head line: "Howard wins Fight: Kellogg Will Pick Plum ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

PAGE 2. MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St.. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchants BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home of Hurt Schaffner & Marx clothes We are now ready to show you the newest conceptions in Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make (or Fall and Winter 1912-13 Will deem it a pleasure to show you a line of clothing that fits and satisfys you throughly at a moderate price. Create A Money Reserve During these, jour working days create future welfare and comfort l>y systematically depositing part of your weekly wage in an INTEREST AC COUNT in this Bank. This advice will be valuable only as you act upon it. Start your account here at once. 4% Paid in our Saving's Department. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on Paget 6 and 8. P. H. Kooyman was in the coun t) seat on business Monday. Mrs Margaret Watson visited i Hfclliu*he..ii ibe first of the week. Mrs. R. Gosper, of California, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Richard Han dy and famjjy this week. The iniant son of Mr. and Mrs Sam Vanaei Meer died last Wednes day night. Tbe slot it left a bouncing baby boy at the home of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Vauder y acht last Thursday. Miss Rae Sain returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit at the home of her uncle on Orcas Island. Mrs. Ed Barnes and little daugh ter, former Lynden residents, are renewing acqaintances here. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lew Read are at home from a visit with Mrs. Read's parents at Maple Falls. Mr. and Mrs .A. H. Frasier visit ed their daugnter in Bellingham Sat urday. Don't fail to register for the. primaries. Uuless you are regis tered you cannot vote. Mr. E. J. Robinson has returned from an extended visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Shank, i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to Pacific PUot, first pubi'd Aug-. 84, ItOl tynden Bob, first puoUs'd Jan* 89, 1904 I.ynusn ■ Tin-Pilot, estab. Aug-. 10, 1908 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. H. SOIiaiWEIO, Owner and Publisher Entered as second-class mall matter, July ii, 1908, at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under tha Act or March 3. 1879. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance 11-J9 Six Months In Advance.... -Tj Canada and Foreign, one Year Z.«u Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. Evolution. The country is now in the grip of a great change. Everywhere there is tremendous ferment. Old standards are being dashed down and new and better ones erected. Success does not mean the same thing today that it did five years ago. That old saw, "Hon esty is the best policy," has ceased to be food for mirth, and the people na longer grin their admiration of trick ery. Fairness and fair play have come to be r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

DAIRYMEN! We solicit your cream and submit to you the following prices paid from January I st. 1912 to August Ist., for comparison with prices paid by any creamery to which you may have shipped during that time: Month First Half Second Half Jan. 43c 40c Feb. 37c 41c Mar. 38c 37c April 38c 33c May 31c sweet 35c sour 33c June sweet 34c \Tc " 35c sour 33c July sweet 35c " 37c sour 35c These prices average at least lc HigHer than those of our nearest competitors making a saving to our patrons of $3607.00. They average 3c higher than was paid by the same competitors and others outside of the Lynden and Laurel districts; making a saving to our patrons of $1 1,421.00 on the amount of cream shipped during the past seven months. If you are milking cows for a profit and wish to get the best returns in the future as well as the present, patronize the LYN- DEN CREAMERY CO. which has done more to encourage and develop the dairy business than any other factor in Whatcom County. Lynden Creamery S ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

PAGE « WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar- ' gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising SEE BRECKENRIDGE for peaches. WANTED TO RENT — Furnished House, 3 to 5 roomß, by Septem ber 1. Address J. A. Kenney, care The Tribune, Lynden. 8-22-lt FOR SALE —44% acres, mostly ri ver bottom, one half mile from Ev erson ; In high state of cultiva tion; good 8-room house; barn cost $700. good water in both house and barn; all fenced and cross fenced; good orchard; the same kind of land is selling for $250. per acre, but as I cannot live on the place, will sell for $8,350. On any kind of terms. Or will take close in Bellingham or Lynden property . Address A. Strandell. 8-22-tf. NEW SIX ROOM House, Good Barn, Chicken Yard, Fruit Trees, ele gant Lot, fenced; will trade for lots or small house in Lynden This house Is located at 2504 King Street, Bellingham. Beadle Han son. 8-15-2t FOR SALE—Cheap; 1 Bay Geld ing; we...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES L o. o. r. Leaden Lodge. No. 71. meeta every Saturday In Odd Fellowa Hall. C. E. Bay, M. o. H." S Steiulasuer, Secretary. Nuokaack Valley Encampment, No. 56. meeta t:-- ana tblrd Wrdneeday, la Odd Fellova' Ball o*o. scorll, C. P. H. 8. Stemhauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. No. 35. meeta flrat anu third Saturdaya in 1. O. O. P. Hail. Etbel J3a.lt>, N. \i. Mra. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASONIC. Linden Lodge. No. 56. meeta second and fourtb Tbura4a.it lv Masonic Uall. Geo. A. Palmer, W. M D. W. Bender, See y. Lynden Cbapter. No. 12. O. E. S., meeta flrat and tn.rd Tbursuaya in Maaouic Hail. Mra. oeu. W. Hall. W. M. tieo. W. Hall, Set jr. KNIGHTS Of PTTHIAB. I.ynden Lodge, No. Uf, meeta every Monday lr. K. of P. Hall. A. Hunker, C. c. H. S. Sinn haver K. of K. S. Lyase* Temple. No 62. Pythian Si»ter«, meeta PaPf.iajd and fourtb Weduemia.ia in J. uf P. liail MODERN WOODMEN. Meet ever? 2nd and 4tta Saturdaya to Pliley'i B>u. oa XUird St. W aires k. Hawley, fl...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 August 1912

SCHOOL WORK FOR COMING YEAR. With more old teachers returning than ever before, the prospects for a good school year are very bright. The following is a list of teachers who will participate in the school work of Lynden's public schools dvi ing the coming year: Miss Caro line Cole, Ist grade; Mlsa Hana Mc- Mabon, 2nd grade; Miss Amy Vail, 2nd A and 3rd B; Miss Lucile Chambers, 3rd grade; Miss Edith Harris, 4th grade; Miss Mabel Plank. 6th grade; Miss Mabel Jordan, 6th grade; Miss Stuart, 7th grade. The Bth grade and high school will be in charge of Miss Eva Cole, Mr. William Fisher, Miss Barbara Drum Miss lone Fenton, Mr. L. C. Wright and Superintendent P. A. Wright. A new plan will be used this year in regard to the eighth grade work. Instead of having a regu lar eighth grade teacher, each of the high school teachers will take a portion of that work. Under the old system the majority of boys and girls would plan to complete the eighth grade, but would stop there, thinking of high s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

Every Progressive in Whatcom County Should Vote at the State Primaries, Saturday, Sept. 7 Vol. 5 THEODORE ROOSEVELT.-HIS ACHIEVEMENTS IN SEVEN YEARS IN THE WHITE HOUSE. Dollver —Hepburn railroad act. Extension of forest reserve. National irrigation act. Improvement of waterways and reservation of water power sites. Employers' liability act. Safety appliance act. Regulation of railroad employers' hours of labor. Establishment of department of commerce and labor. Pure food and drug act. Federal meat inspection. Navy doubled in tonnage and greatly increased in efficiency. Battleship fleet sent around the world. State militia brought into coordi nation with army. Canal zone acquired and work of excavation pushed with Increased energy. Development of civil self-govern ment in insular possessions. Second Intervention in Cuba; Cuba restored to the Cubans. Finances of Santo Domingo straightened out. Alaska boundary dispute settled. Reorganization of the consular service. Settlement of the c...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

?aGE -- MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1059 Elk St. W ask JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire. Barbed Wire Poultry NettL... Wire Staple*, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1834 GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Cloth** Meret*Bti BELLINGH AM, WAS H. T . a =•*?« -i "it i ■*=* *f Hsr. S.:-.i£r.*r 4: Kui e.o<-« We are now ready to show you the newest conceptions in Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner 6c Marx make for Fail and Winter 1912-13 Wss deem it a pleasure to show you a tine of clothing that fits and jaiisfys you throughly at a moderate price. Irlave You a Safe Deposit Box? S4 $7 SIO For:'.- - 1 j.ii:> i ye»r j - '-- kaow your valuable jewel* aol la .ue. - erwsre. heir-■>'. ..s. e'.:- ,• c I'jsola'.ely safe. VT« j - - *. j --- - iii i». ■-- ta.- i:.rtui'.: is charge *bow yoa the vvu.u ar.d various size boxes Tii *».. ,f tfcj «rrl:e :» ?~*:i «asa -.be seca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

J-OCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New. on P»g„ 6 The republican primaries will be' held on Tuesday. September 10. j Miss Hilda Erz spent Sunday with' her parents in Bellingham. ' j *™ £ B Smit h *as the guest of Miss Tromp a few days last week Mrs. George Korthauer. of Bell ingham, visited Mrs. C. B. Vail dur ing the past week. i Mr. M. Vander Griend, Jr.. left Tuesday morning for a visit at his former home in Nebraska. The Kensington Club will meet Friday afternoon, August 80, at the home of Mrs. D. L. Beckes. Dave Tebrink underwent an oper ation for appendicitis at St. Luke's hospital last Thursday, and is get ting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. TeSelle, of Firth. Nebraska, expect to arrive in Lynden the last of this week for a visit with their son ,A. H. Te Selle. Mr. Tebrink, who has been guest of his son, John Tebrink, for sev eral weeks, returned to his home in Nebraska Monday morning. Miss Dellaven. of Bellingham, ar rived Saturday for a lew days' vis it with Mrs. Elmer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE SuccaMOr to FaclDo Pilot, first publ'd Ang-. 34, 1901 lynden Son, first publls'd Jan* 39, 1904 I.yndan Bun-Pilot, eitab. Aug". 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. K. SOBENZWEIO. Owner and Publisher Entered as second-class mall matter. July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act or Mutch 3. 1879. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUI3SCHIFTION RATES. One Year In Advance 11.50 Six Months in Advance.... .J| Canada and Foreign, one tear i.w Advertising Hates furnished on appli cation. The Primaries. All that is now needed to drive the Reactionary republicans out of power in this state is proper repre sentation by the Progressives at the Progressive Primaries to beheld Saturday. September 7, when candi date! for the congressional and state offices will be chosen by the preference vote of the people. •• ■ • If the Progressives, the ex-repub licans and ex-democrats, the men and women who believe in clea...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

DAIRYMEN! We solicit your cream and submit to you *c following prices paid from January Ist. 1912 to August Ist, for comparison with prices paid by any creamery to which you may have shipped during that time: Month First Half Second Half Jan. 43c 40c Feb. 37c 41c Mar. 38c 37c April 38c 33c May 31c sweet 35c sour 33c June sweet 34c " 35c sour 33c July sweet 35c Sc " 37c sour 35c These prices average at least lc HigHer than those of our nearest competitors making a saving to our patrons of 53807.00. They average 3c higher than was paid by the same competitors and others outside of the Lynden and Laurel districts; making a saving to our patrons of $ 1 1,421.00 on the amount of cream shipped during the past seven months. If you are milking cows for a profit and wish to get the best returns in the future as well as the present, patronize the LYN DEN CREAMERY CO. which has done more to encourage and develop the dairy business than any other factor in Whatcom County. Lynden Creamery <j ...

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