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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 August 1901

II SECRET SOCIETIES, Rev. Dr. Talmage Preaches on Or ganizations That Work for Hnmanlfy'a Service. WHY SILENCE IS SOMETIMES BEST. ICoorrtfht MOM Washington, D. C A practical que tion which it asked in mott hotise and (or many yean in here asked hy Dr. Tal mut and answered; text, Proverb x.:v,' ( "Discover not a tecret to another." 'it appear that in Solomon' time, aain iU subaeqiient period of tlie world, ther were pP'e to much disposed to tell all they knew. It wan blab, blob, blub; phy sician revealing the case of their pa tient, lawyer exposing the private af fair of their client, neitthhor advertising the fault of the next door reaident, pre tending friend betraying confidence. One-half of the troulHe of every com munity come from the fact that o many people have not capacity to keep their mouth shut. When I liar something dis rrKing of yon, my first duty i not to (ell you, but if I tell you what somebody has aaid against you and then go out and tell everybody clue whnt I told y...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 August 1901

1 1 ;- ., ; ' ' I- V. I1! i Vi I'm'-,,; 1 hv.so ami C'uUk) Puvv-i- i'.Ii u.r at Kohi n son's. Tin.' i i.'iii.T ,'. F.. Society, uf tlio I.ut.h-nni c'nirch, will hold : fos i iv.'i! Sat mday ironing August 3 ilt tin- Mi'soliage. Kev. I. X. Poightel, pastor of the lit-tor mod congregation at (Ireoncasrlo, preached in the lie formed church at this place last i'vrsoi ; wishing Dental Work u ! Or. Stevens in this place i". i ' I lii.it he is away from .! !'" ;:! the LT.th to the end of r;u. l.H.lith. T';e mercury took a tumble (if '.'" kst !,,ri;ly evening 1 i ! lov i:-itil Sunday i' '1 no and fastened -a :! h.'ld in t!'. I'. . on tin- Hustoniowu .-t .A-.-g-ist I rs fcl- Valley, 10:"0 a. m. 2:' p. in. Mt. Tabor, .V. .'all term Central Commercial C.-lioge, Cumberland, Md., Win chester, Va., begins September "nd. Write for catalogue and !-,ve lesson in Cregg Shorthand. Si. ;:o!arshtp -l7. A. IT. Na--c & Sons are offering it cial inducements to their cus t i: i';'s through the dull seas...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

JMf01 mm f ;: I 4 n. r r A l 1 VOLUME 2. McCONNBLLSBURG. PA.,. August rt. 1901. NUMBER 47. ANOTHER OLD STONE CIILKCH 11Y UKV. W1LUAM A. WKST, D. D. The Fulton Republican of July 18 contains au interesting sketch, by the Rev. John L. Grove, of the old "Stone church," near Web ster Mills, built in 1828. This has suggested the publish ing of a sketch of a stone church at McConnollsburg, erected one year prior to that at Webster Mills. What the writer has to say will be based almost exclu sively on documentary evidence ITS ORIGIN AND TIME OF EUKCTION By the resignation of the Rev. Isaac Keller April 13, 1824, the Great Cove (or McConnellsburg) Presbyterian church was left without a pastor. When in this condition it was visited - by Mr. Merrick A. Jewett, a young man and a licentiate who preached and labored among the people with great acceptance. At the fall meeting of the Pres bytery of Carlisle Sept. 1825 Mr. Jewett appeared and asked to be received as a member of that body, presentin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

STEEL TRUST'S TERMSREJECTED. President Shaffer and His Colleagues Meet Morfan and Schwab. PART WITHOUT MAKINQ AGREEMENT. Steal Battle Beglaa-Amalgamated Associa tiva Concessions Fall to Alter tht Pantos f the Corporation-" Will Slick to the BUter Ead," Says Secretary William--Each SM Submitted a Proposition. New York (Special). Another effort to perfect a permanent truce between h treat army of steel-workers and the riut corporation which employs it has Jailed, and the conflicting sides are as sharply and widely divided as ever. The leaders on either side met here nd after a day of fruitless conference and discussion parted in a spirit that ahows no tinge of conciliation. Neither aide would surrender a position nor concede a point in the dispute in which they arc involved, and present indica tions point to a renewal, with vigor, of the struggle. The first conference of the day was between President Shaffer nd twelve of his associates on the ex ecutive board of the Amalgamated As soc...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

THE SONG OF THE fl! Ho! J Whistle and blow: Cinder and smoke from my funnel I throw, ln)f, done, tfwins nlon, .... Itaping tid rocking and roaring a song. Fhriek. hoarse. Mad with my force; Drunken with spree! m I rush on my coure. Tif, blind. Swifter than wind; Shaking the earth aa I fling it behind, Stand! Stare! Killy and mare. Nostrils dilated and muffing the air. Plunge, bolt! Clipper and colt; Her ia a atced that alinll mock Your re , volt. Wide, hurh! Cleaving- flie sky, drumming the bridge iiilo thunder, I fly. Clanl trah! Onward I dash; Haw the wrought girdcra ring, hammer and clash. , Strong, i'ow, Upward I no, Karaping the rock to the death smitten snow. Strain, fight, Crip the rail tight; Now the grim giant shall show you kis might. jH7 (MM PCDILIL'u7 IT certainly was nn odd thing to lo, 11 ml the Ponsonbys were- not a little surprised when Helen Waters gave them a bright greon parrot for u wedding present. They did not consider it either ornamental or useful nml not In ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Pkck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. Aug. 1.-1901. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVEHTIMKO RATH. Per wjuare of K llnw II tlmm tl W. Permjunre eai?h Nutmcnupnt Insertion..., M. AH adveritfirmentH Iniwried for lew IhuD threo montba oearired by the square. S nirw. fi ino. I yr. sn.iio. 7N0O. One-fourth oolumn IIMpo. Cue-half oiiltimn ga.no. One Column 40.W. ISI.0O. Nothing Inserted for less than 91. ProfenNlnnftl Cartta one year 9S. Vacation for His Stomach. Be moderate in your diet. Don't eat too much. Last week the country east of tho Rockies was full of tedious philosophers and dabblers iu hygiene who poured fourth their streams of disgusting wisdom. Who wants to eat much when the curse of calorie has been laid upon him? Then the problem of the philoso pher is to find something that he wants to eat. But their is at least one man who needs no saws about the dangers of excess. Dr. Emmanuel Pfeiffer, of Bos ton,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. HOHOHonotolioMtoitotoHoiioHoJ f The Courting of - I o K a Janet and Jane " BY ETHEL A. , g ITi.KT.AND. tfoaoMo.ioiotoooiat.oiotao "Well, lads," eaid Quillian, jork ing his thumb in the direction of i man who lounged against a post pomewhnt apart from tho group of fishermen who were chatting on the quay, "it's no more'n half an ey ye'll need to boo what's up wi' Jan yonder." "Aye, aye, it's nothin but tlw ould story lasses, lasses." "An you're no' lookin far to see what lass it is, neither, Gorry." "Augh! No, not at all," replied tho other. "Why, it's just Jane, it is." "Jane!" cried Quillian scorn fully. "Why, it's Janet, ye idiuH Haven't ye seen her wearin them blue beads Jan fetched her over from Kinsalo ? An what for Vd he le bringin her blue beads an him lovin Jane, h ?" "Man alive," retorted Gorry, "there's no m'anin in heads at ail Now, I'll tell you somethin. Jan went over to Castletown the other day, an I'm blowed if he didn't bring a bonnit back with him...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

S ... f t ; r 4f New York City. Tlio dainty Dreak fast Jacket that suggests perfect com fort at tbe same time Hint It Ik tnste ful niifl becoming appeals to every mm 1 1 mmm BSEAKFAHT J ATUKT. woman und always liiul a pincc. The attractive May Matitmi Model Illus trated Is suited to iil.uiiy, batNte lawn and the lite, and to such light weisiht wools as cashmere and albatross, but In the original Is made of white lawu r 1 1 Li frills and bauds of ucedlewick. The fronts aro tu k.'d to yoke depth, then ullowed to fall free and form f'llds, but til" bark I.i laid In pleats that are xti'.chcd in tueks and produce o tapering effect. At the neck Is a sailor collar and the sleeves as shown, hw tucked and In elbow length, but the pattern also includes those of full lenxtb that are cut in slight bell shape. To cut this Jacket for a woman of medium siae four yards of material twenty-seven or thirty-two inches vide, or two and a half yards forty four indies wide will be required, with four and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

INSPIRING RELIGION. pf, Talmafce Preaches on Solomon's Wisdom-Sweet Spices of Christianity. II Counteracts All Trouble No Dolorous Music Needed. Ooprricbt 1WI.1 Washinotoh, D. C In this tliicourM Dr. Talmaire corrects some of the false nations about religion, end represents ie as being joy inspirine, instead of dolorom; text, If. Chronicles it, 9, "Of apices great abundance: neither was there any such nice as the Queen of Sheba cave King golomon." Wht is thst building out yonder, flit tering in the son? Hove yon not heard? It is in the house of the forest of Lebanon. King Solomon bu just taken to it his bride, the Princess of Egypt. You see the pillars of the portico and a irrcat tower, adorned with 100ft shields of gold, hung on the outside of the tower. 500 of the shields of gold manufactured at Solomon's rrlr- 800 were canturcd bv David, his father, in battle. See how they blaee in J the noonday sun! . Solomon goes up the ivory stairs of his throne, between twelve lions in statua...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 August 1901

Peerless Ilor.se and Cattle Pow e. ,3 packs for 23c at KoVinson's. The bricklayers began work ou Judge Morton's new house Mon day morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Doylo, of Everett, on Saturday, July 27, 1901 a daughter. A full line of Staple Groceries just received at Robinson's and will be sold at rock-bottom prices for cash. Uarvey Bonder, George Smith, and William Bull spent Sunday afternoon very pleasantly at the hospitable home of M. Knauff. Prothonatary Lynch on Mon day granted a marriage license to George Gailey Chambers of Ayr township and Miss Anna B. Covalt, of Thompson. O. O. Buck, Beirno, Ark., says: I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then have beon entirely cured of my old complaiut. I recommend them, Trout's drug store. Fall term Central Commercial College, Cumberland, Md., Win chester, Va., begins September 2nd. Write for catalogue and free lesson in Gregg Shorthand. Scholarship $45. If the action of your bowels is ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

J UIWM VOLUME 2. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., August 15, 1901. NUMBER 48. SMUT IN THE OATS Chcap'and Sure Remedy Tested and Proved by A Franklin County Farmer. For years there has been great complaint amor the farmers as to the small yield in the oats crop and the poor quality of very much of it. A result is, that less acre aye is sown than formerly and many farmers sow but little. To bring the oats crop to its former condition would add many dollars to their income. The loss in quantity and the deterioration in quality is caused by smut says the Valley Spirit and in.Franklin county varies from live to sixty per cent. Hon. S. M. Wherry, of near Shippensburg, has given this dis ease to the oats careful attention. He contributed an article some time since to the Shippensburg Chronicle from which we make some excerpts for the benefit of our readers. He says of the ex periments of those interested in the smut on the oats: "One of the curious results of the investiga tion was that the loss prove...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

THE GREAT STEEL STRIKE NOW ON. The Pol'ce Authorities Preparlnj for Trouble in Pittsburg. THE TRUST WOULDN'T ARBITRATE. Tfct American Tlnplate Company Announce! Hut CcrUid Plaatt ol the Company Crippled by the Strike Would Be Removed to Mooessea-Speculation at to Mow Far the Federation Will Help. Pittsburg, Ta. (Special). The great nteel strike is on. The order to strike was generally obeyed wherever the workers were organized and enrolled in the lodges of the Amalgamated Asso ciation. The policy of the American Federa tion of Labor has not yet been fully disclosed and thai fact contributes an other element of uncertainty to the sit uation. The action of the executive board of the Mineworkers at Indian apolis, in resolving to support the strike, cheered the Amalgamated men nd they are corfident that the Federa tion will aid then to the fullest extent. The closing hours of labor and the opening hours of the strike lacked spectacular action. This city, which is the strike centre, was ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

THE OPTIMISM OF NATURE. M'itTHTTB. 'A I mrhat An tl.a In their low surge-sob on the 'beach? yv o him me snore as we may, AnrI fflnrtHpn mm fa mm w-a xaartk And, bending low down, hangs many I The blowings we give to beseech." Anil lvlot fl,iua,.a it-n al f What returns lor the storm's rude oiasi r "U'a lrink nf ll.. a..- n.l II.. .1 When the (rown and the terror r past; We lilt our fores, derrful and true, And smile on the world to the last." Ye stars of the distant sky, We alc why yo twinkle so bright. Methinks 1 hear your reply, "Our home is a reuion nf lin-lil- We beam with radiance pure, from on i To lessen the gloom of the night." They hail us from every side, And our visions of life expand; Sweet voicings! they're near to abide, Their misvion cnuld we understand As angels of. good they're near us to guide With touch of a magical wand!, We may not dispel the rloud. Nor the lightning's scathe avert; With troubles we may be bowed. Though ever upon the alert; lint why should our f...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Aug. 1,1901. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. illVIRTWIKO HATCH. Per Mqimre of 8 llnws 8 times $1 no. Per nquare eh milmequent Insertion .. .. M. All ftdvertlnemeotn InnerteU for lena thun three monlhi oearifed by the Mjimre. 8 miw, Dmin, I yr. . .iix.ixTj.in j.iio" . . i!R.U0. 40.UI. W I". .. 40.00. N.ll. "f.00. One-fourth column.... One-lmlf nolumn One Column Nothing Inserted (or lew than 1. Professional Cards one year l.s. Tell the Truth. The first thing a boy needs to learn is to tell the truth the plain unvarnished siniplo every day truth. Truth will save a boy heaps of trouble, no cud of hard work and a terrible strain upon the memory and conscience. When a boy tells a lio he will gen erally tell more to cover it up. It may sometimes seem hard to tell the truth the first time, but when the boy has told it there is an end to it, and a victory has been gain ed. Wlien one ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

FULTON COUNTY NLWS. TO SIXTEEN EEN. ' " Who pouM brHcve. mv little Po many yearn wore thine- sixteen t That ffiftlm on 1hy hear, thctr (told Bo many tnoonn liad o'ct thee fullrdf Hut dtrnnprr ntHl ) nu. n msp, And mnrc ApimlHnH tlmn thine age 1b that In nil this waste of yrara, flo fulrlnt tlmn, nnl with Ptiiilcfl, not tpan, Yrars Hint ilfplt nta mi lit litive rarnrd To. love a ot tlKMi Imut not ler.rncd. "Hut, aiNtcoTi yearn I Worn H a wcokl lint in )rm ttmo hnve (flrl learned Ureck, And In Iris time luivi; vycn Ivta t)lne Won heart?, yr( worM, and hmt thorn tw. In half the yvnrn Hint tliou linnt told, And, not half tryitijr, 1'vft grown old. If Icarncri thou hunt not, I, a tniP, Have not f-r(nt wltut our I kru w. Let mo, thon, "tniitrht thy teacher be, Htnee I ran nothin Irurn of thool Omrli'd Henry WaMj in ScTibner'l. NOT MANY APOLLOS. A Tailor's Comments on the Crooked' ness of Hia Customers. "Wliy don't you follow tlie line you hiivo j)ial keel oil?" The question wtis nskcri of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

AMD New York City. Tu? comfort, con venience and luxury of the Kimona lire established tact. Young girl, an well a their elders, Hud them essential v.its?. kimona. to a compleS.1 wardrobe and :ire pro vided wiLii varying vorts to suit differ ent seasons. In warm wentlier white lawn with tl cured l irder is charming as are dimity lievlot. madron, and China silk iu varioiM colors and com bination; lor winter use flannel. tlati neleite. eashinere and all naterials M.i iti for wrappers are correct. WOMAN'S Thr? very desira'le model form Is made wilh a square yoke In front and back that mint iu shoulder seams, the fuil fronts and back being gathered and Joined to its low. r edg . The sleeve are larg.; and auiple, iu bell shape, asd all the edges are tin shed with coutrasiiug bauds. Whin desired In shorter leas U, th.- skirt port too can lie cut olT. To cut this M iy M ntoi Kimona for 1 miss of l.velve years of age. seven and one hi. II' yards of material twenty one Inches wide, six mid o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

A GREAT REFRES11MLNT. Dr. Talmagc Says Ood is a Fountain o! Joy That In Unappreciated. Ai Everlasting Well ol Gladness Vctcr for the Thirsty. ICorrrtvht im.l Washinotos, D. C In this disentitle Pr. Talmaae represents religion as a great refreshment and invites ell the world to come and receive it: text, ('i'npsis xxix, i, "VVe cannot until all the flocks tie gath ered together and till they roll the stone from the well's mouth; then we wales the iihccp." I A scene in Mesopotamia, beautifully pastoral. A well of water of great value n that region. The fields around about it white with three flocks of sheep lying down waiting for the watering. I near their bleating coming on the bright sir and the laughter of young men and maid ens indulging in rustic repartee. I look i,ff, and I aee other Hocks of sheep com ing. Meanwhile .lacob, a stranger, on an interesting errand of looking for a wife, comes to the well. A beautiful shepherd ess comes to the same well. I see her ap proaching follo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 August 1901

Tlead llostet tor's ad this week. Rev S. J. Pittingor will preach at Mount Zion next Sunday. Chamborsburg's liili school male touchers are all college men. Stop at Dickson's drug store and get a cool refreshing drink of soda water. A sou was born to Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Dawney at lluston towu last Sunday. John Houpt lias been quite poorly at his home at Big Cove Tannery for a month. International Stock Food for sale at D. Edward Fore's, Knobs ville. Best in the world. A full lino of Staplo Groceries just received at Robinson's and will be sold at rock-bottom prices for cash. Charlie Stougor, between the Fulton Houso and Downes' bar ber shop is prepared to do all kinds of watch, clock, aud jewelry repairing. All work guaranteed. Fall term Central Commercial College, Cumberland, Md., Win chester, Va., begins September 2nd. Write for catalogue aud free lesson in Gregg Shorthand. Scholarship $45. James White Bryan tsville, Ind., says DeWitt's Witch Ilazel Salve healed running sores on bot...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 August 1901

Ik J) mm. VOLUME 2. Tonolowny ltuptist Church . . (Continued from lant Week.) They wore afflicted with some smart preachers with a disease called Big Head, judging from a declaration and resolution which I will copy. "Brother John W. Powell (Church Clerk and Dea con) called the church's attention to the fact that some men, under the name of Baptist preachers, were following the practice of de faming, abusiug and maligning other denominations of christian people, upon which the following was passed unanimously. That the above conduct is a breach of order, ungeutlemanly, unchris tian and uuscriptural. Matt. xvii. 27, Actsxxiv. Hi, I Cor. x. U2, and we hereby declare that we will not allow such conduct in our pulpit, nor fellowship uor encour age those who persist in it. She thus showed that while she waut- 6d her ministers to confine them selves strictly to Bible truths; yet they must follow tho Bible exam ple, "speaking the truth in love." For nearly half a century they received memb...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 August 1901

EIGHTY LIVES LOST IN SHIPWRECK, The Steamer Islander Struck an Iceberg Cff Douglas Island. BOILERS BURST AS STEAMER SANK. Wife ol the Governor of Yukon Territory ad Her Child Amonl I be Victims I the Disaster - Many Other Passengers a ad Soma ol the Crew Oo Down With the 111 fated Steamer. Victoria, B. C. (Special). The steam er Islander, the crack passenger steamer cf the Alaskan route, operated by the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company of this city, struck an iceberg off Doug las Island at 2 o'clock Thursday last and went to the bottom, carrying down 05 to 80 souls, including passengers and members of the crew. Some of the sur vivors arrived here by the steamer Queen. They report that as the vessel went down the Ixiilcrs exploded, causing the death of many who might have es caped. Captain Foote was on the bridge when the vessel struck and stayed there and went down with his steamer. Among the passengers lot on the Isl ander were: Mrs. Ros, wife of the gov ernor of the Yukon Terri...

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