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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 September 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and H, Beconi! floor, First National Bsnk balldtnt. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices la Federal and all state Coasts. Offlce ever Yakima National Bank. "»^\ H. HARE, DENTIST. offlr-a over Posts—oe. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ # J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm~omc* over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice Inal 11 hs courts ol ths State and I). 8. laud ottlces. W. L. JOJfSS. „ 1. St. mwasK. TONES _ NEWMAN,' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash r. mem a. comtau J)RB FRANK A OONNELL. Physicians and Surgeons Offlce over First National Bank. Dr. P. Frank's office Dr. B. Council's oflice hoars: hoars: 11 to 12 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m. _ to 6 p. m. 1 to S p. m. ger-mttit bell at oflice 7 to 8 p. tn. VLMER E. HEG, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's Drag Store. Residence- Telephone 80. All-night Telephone connection with Chapman's Drag Store. WHITSON A ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 September 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RKED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pablts-e. every Thnraday; subscription II no per year In advance. Ad.ertlelng rates upon application. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ti, 1896. —— . For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN. ol Nebraska. For Vice President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, of Maine. TIIE FARMER'S LOSS. There is no class of people wbo have suffered so much from the demonetize tion of silver ss tbe farmers. Tbe wbest farmer especially has been a heavy loser as the English importer buys silver in America at (15 cents an ounce or there abouts, takes it to India where he can buy nearly as much wheat for an ounce of silver as he could when this metal commanded nearly twice the present price. Instead of buying our wheat he buys from Indis snd other silver conn tries thns lessening the demand for our wheat in tbe .foreign markets. The re sult is tbst our sales sre less snd onr ex ports diminished while the silver coun tries profit by our folly. Ths gold standard nations of Europe which produce ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 September 1896

While you are in the city at tending the State Fair we wonld request you to call iv and look over our lines of Dry Goods. . . . DON'T FAIL TO TAKE IN OUR FAIII SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PER PICTDRBS OP YAKIMA LIFE All Koria „, Paragraphs Uatnercd la the Metropolis ol Central Wash ing-tost and from the Ureal and fertile Conntry Surrounding It. Judge J. B. Keavis is a sound visitor this week. Miss Wyckoff is expected back (rom Seattle on Saturday. Attorney John P. Hartman ot Seattle, is in the city today on legal business. W. L. Steinweg returned an Tuesdsy from the mining districts north snd west of Cle-Elum. J. L. Smith left on Sunday for Portland to spend a couple of weeks at the fair and among friends. Captain J. 11. Thomas is expected home from the Cripple Creek country in time to attend tbe state lair. Miss Mary Ditter, of Sublimity. Or., arrived in the cijy yesterday for a visit with her uncle, Henry Ditter, and family. John ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 September 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE , *m»»*c<**ot- Miscellaneous Bits of Information, ( Gossip and Fancy. NOVEL FOOD FOR ALLIGATORS lias ot tho Florida Saartana II ite a I.lk- lac for Pitch Pi nr Knots- Steve Melton now has his alligntoi farm on the Weklvn river well stocked with saurians. Yesterday n large light er load of pine knots was brought in from Trout creek nnd tied up to Mel ton's wharf. When asked what he was going* to do with the lightwood knots, reports the Florida Times-Union, Mr. Melton aaid: "Feed them to my alligators, of course. What do you think lam going to do with them? Don'Vg-ou know that alligators always cat lightwood knots tie fore going Into winter quarters? That is the first of six lighter loads of the knots I have bought, and I am go ing to have them taken to my alligator farm. Did you ever see a 'gator swal low a lightwood knot? The knots are not thrown into tiie water. They are scattered over a five-acre lot just as though they fell from the trees. After having 1 the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 October 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDB. T>EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank baildin.. O C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all Stats Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE. DENTIST. Office over Poataffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gtw-ofllr* over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. Wlll practice In all tha courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. w. l. josas. i. v. aawMaa. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Waah r. rains a. comull t)rß frank a connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First NaUonat Bank. Dr. P. Frank's office Dr. R. Council's office hiiiirs: hours: 11 to 12 a. m. 10 to 12 a. ra. _to . p. m. 1 to 8 p. m. o^-Night bell at offlce 7 to 8 p. m. T7LMER E. HEG, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's Drug Store. Residence— Telephone 30. All night Telephone connection with Chapman's Drug Store. WHITSON A PARKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 October 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. _ SKID. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllahed every Thars-ay: sabacription 1100 par ysar in advance. Advertising rates apon application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896. For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebrssks. For Vice-President, ARTHUR BEWALL, of Msine. DESERVED CENSURE. It is not with any degree of pleasure that Thi _______* calls attention to the display of nature's products in the state fair building. The various counties have taken little or no interest in furnishing exhibits while tbe farmers and fruit growers of Yakima have evinced an apathy that is anything but creditable to tbem and shows a falling off of that public spirit and pride In the most fruitful vslley of the state which has characterized the citizin* of Yak ima in the past. For this there is no ex cuse. Some msy not have received the consideration at other fair* to which they believed themselves entitled but they fail to take into judgment tbe many diffi culties under which the commissioners are obli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 October 1896

While you are in -the city at tending the State Fair we would request you to call in and look over our lines of Dry Goods.. . . DONT FAIL TO TAKE IN OUR FAIR SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA .lie "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE all Maria af Paragraphs Ualhinit in Hi.' .Tlrtropellsel Central Wash ington mill Irom Ihe iirrai and fertile I oiiiiirj Surrounding It. Prof. C. W. Besn snd wire of Olympia, sre guests of The Yakima. Sheriff James Woolery of King county is a well pleased visitor at the fair. Mrs. M. K. Merwin has been granted a back pension amounting to $940.80. Governor McOraw and wife sre tbe guests of Col. snd Mrs. L. S. Howlett. There are now 50 old soldier's who are on ths rolls of the Veteran's Bryan club. One of tbe interesting features of tbe fsir today is a public marriage in the pa vilion. Judge John P. Hoyt of Seattle, was one of Yakima's fleeting guests this week. Rev. Mr. Bard nas -ten secured aa pastor of tbe l'resbyterian c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 October 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE MrMAmmmt Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. SANCTIFIED SISTEKS. A Queer Scot of Women Located la Texas. r__y Lie* LU* Monks and Are Oalded ujr UrHDi—Celibacy la aa Impor tant Part of Their Bellftou. Located in the thriving town of Bel ton, Tex., in the central part of tbut state, ia a curious colony of religion!* h, known as "Sanctities! Sisters," or '*bu ic tiricutionists." Three represents.iv« women of thia order are Mrs. Martha MiWhirter, founder of the sect; Mis. licrtrude IScheeble, secretary of the co operative instil ul ion owned uud con trolled by these peculiar people, uud the treasurer, Misa Liz-ie lloiuduw. Thia strange community of earnest women ia the outgrowth of a religious movement that bus cut off its members fron_ all intercourse witb tbe wond, and has even ditidcd happy house holds. The doctrine professed by the women is of a rery simple character, and embodies three essential principles —a life of celibacy, n common property i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 October 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDB. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 snd 8, Second floor, First National Bank imildiii.. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Coarts. Offlce over Yakima National Dank. W^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Orßee over Poateffice. Yakima svenne, North Yskima TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gmr-ottice over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all the courts oi tbe State and U. H. land unices. sr. l. jonis. J. «. WSW__M. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash F. rtixi s. _______ T\RK. FRANK ft CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons Oflice over First National Bank. Dr. P. Frank's office I Dr. R. CouneU'a office hoars: houra: 11 to 12 a.m. 10 to 12 a.m. 2 tn .. I> m. I 1 to 8 p. m. g„%*-S iitlit bell at office 7 to 8 p. m. "PLMER E. HEG, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's Prun Store. Residence- Telephone 30. All-nlnht Telephone connection witb Chapman's DruK £U>re. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 October 1896

.HE YAKIMA HERALD. B. M. KtID.KDITOB AND MAKAOKR Published every Thnrtday; labscrlptlon (1.00 fmt year la advance. Advertising rates apoo application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER t, 199*. For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN. of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR BEWALL, of Maine. CHESTER A. CONGDON'S LETTER. Tub Hkrai n, with consideration for all opinions and with a desire to do justice to all sides, tbe high aa well as the low, to-day gives space to a lengthy commun ication from Cheeter A. Congdon, presi dent of the Ontario Land Company who ia largely interested in the welfare of Yakima and otber sections of Washing ton through investment. Mr. Congdon, while a most clever gentleman and sagacious financier is the head of a large incorporate body which has possessions not only in this 'state bnt in Minnesota and tbe south. The board of director of bis company meets in Wall street. New York and aa a natural sequence his associates are men of wealth. Thia is not mentioned in a sense of derogstio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 October 1896

Sucli a TSintt NeTer Entered my Head Belore" Is probably what Goliath thought when David slung the stone. But we know it has entered into the minds of the people of Yakiina that what we sell them can be reiied upon as being as represented. Our trade assures us of the truth of this statement. But this does not satisfy us. We want more business, and WE WANT YOUR TRADE! SNAP SHOTS M YAKIMA 9 Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PE! PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Moris af Paragraphs i.utl.erirt I" Hie Ifletropollsaf « elllriil Hsill- Ingion and from the Ureal ana fertile C'aantry Surrounding It. Frsnk Craig has been installed as night clerk of tbe Hotel Yakima. Bishop Wells, nf tbe Episcopal church, spent Monday and Tuesday in the city. Miss Lettle Kingsbury opened school aa teacher in tbe Natcheez district on Monday. Deputy U. 6. Marshal Catron arrested a I)a_o on Tuesday for selling liquor to Indisna. J. B. Catron leaves today for Spokane i" a|jeuti ill.- iimnin :vn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 October 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. WOOING A WIDOW. After Considerable Experience Mr. Petar __a round the Right Method. "1 have often wondered," said Squire Ben, "why it wan that some women are ovcrwh. lmed with suitors, so to'spcak, while others have not a solitary one. Then- is something queer about it, but perhaps ltcO-.es from perfectly natural conditions, but of which we are un aware. And this reminds me of a atory. Some thirty-odd years ago—l don't, know exactly how many, but it was some tune during* the war—l heard a story which a returned soldier waa re.-idirig in a newspaper to a little group around him, to their great en joyment. Tho Btory made such an Im pression on me thnt I haven't forgotten it, nnd will toll it in outline. ".Mr. *-S. C Peterkin was a prosper ous* young man of business in New York city, who got ahead in spite of his constitutional modesty. This wns his way in society more than in trade; he was afraid of women more tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 October 1896

VOL.. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IJEAVIB 4 ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. « C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State CoarU. Office over Yaklms Natloual Hank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postsffice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. sp^-Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tbe courts of tbe State and V. H. land offices. w.l.jones. i. v. mammae* JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Wash I'.rilSNK | B. _______ t)rs frank a connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First Natloual Bank. Dr. P. Frank's office lir. R. Council's office hours: hours: 11 to 12 a.m. 10 to l| a.m. 2 to 6 p. m. 1 to I p. m. fl^-Nlght hell at office 7 to 8 p. in. T7LMER E. HEG, M. to., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's Drug Store. Residence- Telephone 80. All-night Telephone conuectlon with Chapman's Drug Store. Y^HTTSON A PARK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 October 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. B. M. BUD. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pablltbed every Thursday; ssbsrrlptton 11 00 par year In advance. Advertising rates apon appllrattoa. THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1896. For President. W. JENNINGS BRYAN. of Nebrasks. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, of Maine. PEACE AND GOOD WILL. "Peace on earth and good will unto man." There is no better text snd while most need at the Christmas season it is jost asspplicabls to all other seasons of tbe year. It is tbe olive branch tbat is extended snd which all should grasp and cling to withont regard to creed, poli tics, business or social relations. No better sentiment csn be advanced. It is above law. It is above religions sect. This good creed, tbe best of all, is brought most forcibly before Ths Hksald through the quiet of the past few Sun days as compared with tbat made mem orable by a few fanatics. In tbe "good old days" of witch burning and Quaker harrying, when Ood was a cruel tyrant and Jeans an inspiring dream, a smile on tb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 October 1896

"SithTliiiNntrMiflHildiß" Is probably wbat Goliath thought when David slung the stone. Hut we know it has catered lata the minds of the people of Yakinia that what we sell them can lie relied upon as being as represented. ()ur trade assures us of the truth of this statement. But this does not satisfy us. We want more business, and WE WANT YOUR TRADE! SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Kortu of l-iiriigrii pits t.nlliir. .1 In the Mi uropollsol inmul Wash ington and Iron the Ureal nml fertile Country Surrounding It. m I*. I>. K-li'-lman returned to Tacoma on Wednesday. Christ Miller shipped 110 boxes of ap ples to Tacoma and Seattle Wednesday. Floyd Schannafelt returned this week from Michigan where be has been visit ing bis grandparent*. George M. Needles and Miss Lizzie Timlin, both of this city, were married at Spokane on Tuesday. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Card, of Tatupico, died on Mon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 October 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE '**>•**>. em*M Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and I'ancy. A MT.IbKIUU. LtAK.. It Was a Worm 11..1- In Iba Heal or tha Sailboat. There was a man had a Connecticut ri\er boat built, which cost him $2.5, nnd the was a beauty. She could go quite nicely and Ibe man was pleased v ilh her till he found she leaked. "Oh, well," suid he, "that's easily remedied." So he looked her all over for the leak. Ho couldn't find n crevice. He filled up several places thnt he thought might hare let in a little water, but it didn't do f.he least bit of good. He gave it. up finally und sold the boat for $.5, nnd thought he had the liestof it at that. The fellow who bought the cruft. My* the New York Herald, knew she was a fast sailor end he had an idea thut he was smart enough to find that leak, but it wasn't, long liefore he began to think maybe he wasn't such n suc cess ns he might 1«. She leaked just the same regular amount all the time. One Sunday he- made up his mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 October 1896

VOL. VIII. JUST ARRIVED! We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson's are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cook stoves and ranges cheaper than ever. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IJEAVIS A ENGLEHABT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank balldlug. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Offlce over Vaklma National Bank. H HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postefriee. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gefOfßce over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all the courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. w. l. jonis. J. n. ISIWMAH. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash r. TRUNK B. CONNE.L t)rs fbank a connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National Bank. Dr. P. Frank's offlce I Dr. R. Connell's offlce hours: I hours: 11 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 October 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. St. KEED. EDITOR AND MAWAGH.K. Pabllshb- every Thursday; s-bacrlption |1.00 par year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER «, /-»-. For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALI., of Maine. It is charged against one of the popu list candidates tbat when he received the nomination he was in his shirt sleeve and tbat his "pants" were only main tained by a Bingle string of what are sometimes called "galluses," probably a corruption of gallows, where the string also plays an important part. While clothes don't make the man there are occasions when clothes are moat befitting. Whether ihe aforesaid nominee was or was not taken unawares Tmk __■____ cannot say, but greater men then he have lieen shown at a disadvantage. Have these critics given a thought to Ciucinnatua? He also was a bucolic character and when a committee from Rome called npon him unexpectedly tc request him to lay his hand upon the helm of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 October 1896

IT MEANS THE SAVING OF MANY A DOLLAR TO YOU DITTER BROS- STRICTLY CASH DRY GOODS . STORE SNAP SHOTS Af YAKIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PES PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIPE all Sons nf I'll ruuril |.li> «.11 thir.it 111 the metropolis ol Central Waah iii_i<.ii and from the I'reat and Fertile tinuuri Siirri.illiilliiK 11. Sheriff Dilley visited Spokane on busi neas, Wednesdsy. Andrew Gibson, superintendent of tbe Stampede tunnel is in the city. Mrs. He.lell of Walla Walla is the nuest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sbardlow. Alex Miller has returned from the Pa louse country where he was engaged in buying wheat. The two-year old child of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Lillie, of Toppenish, died in this city on Saturday last. Mrs. L. E. Sperry, who has been quite ill in Tacoma the past two weeks, is con valescing, and will soon be able to return home. Harry Coonse and wife will leave short ly lor Mr. Coonse's old home in India napolis, where they will reside in tbe future. Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 October 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE *)*>***> «••_-• Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. GLADSTONE'S MARRIAGE. ftjs Account of the Affair In an Uld Clipping. The following parograph appeared In ft Cbesshire (Kngland) newspaper of the year I§3_: For sonic time the little town of Hawardcn has been in a state of excitement in consequence of the an ticipated nuptials of the two Misses lllynne, sisters of Sir Stephen ("'lynno, Bart, M. P.. who have lieen engaged for some time to Lord Littleton and Mr. Willism Ewart Ciladstone. Tuesday waa fixed as the date when the ceremo ny ahould take place. About 10:30 n simultaneous rising of the large assemblage, accompanied by a burst of melody from the onjnn, an nounced that the fair hriilfs had ar rived. All eyes were turned toward the door to witness the entrance of the brldesnnd the bridesmaids with the rest of the bridal party, and the slow pro cession up to the communion table. In a few minutes all had arrived, and the imposing ceremony ...

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