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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

VOL. XVIII, ISO. < : Clevelands 1 Did the Trick! Out of $08 worth of prize* anil a representation of nine different makes of Bicycles the Uitle^Cleve laud Racer won $47.25 worth, or W nearly 50 per cent. J HLOOl? WILL TELL. \ ROANOKE CYCLE CO., Agts, ^ 18 Salem Avenue S. W. Mcth Bulls, Sc lb. Tar Camphor. Insect Powder, full strength. Fly Paper, sticky and poison. Bed-Bug Poison?large bottle with brush, 25c. MASSIE'S PHARMACY. t 'Phone us if not convenient to > call. Prompt delivery. ? *i J The Month of June | | The" Month of t # Weddings and Roses, j a - I have just received an on- a -x-tirelv new selection of the ^ 2 -finest designs lu STERLING J ? -SILVER and CUT GLASS, J 4 -und will continue to receive 9 f -from time to time during the V 9 -month the latest designs, a) # -suitable for Wedding Pres- m A -Jnts, of Gotham and Wldt- A ?ing sterling Silver and Dor- a ?{linger Cut Glass. 2 ? These goods will he sold at J ?the lowest possible prices. J t EDWARDS. ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

E TIMES RVXKr morning, except Monday. roanoke rUBLlSHINQ CO., PUBLI8HEES AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. s.w. terms by MAIL (P03TAOE PREPAID]*: daily, one month. 80 " tursb MONTHS.$1.50 " bix MONTHS. S.00 " ONE TEAR, in ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR.. 1.00 Dnn?.u> i Unslness Oftlce.? 143 PHQnBs. ^ Kdttorlal Koomi.IS* The story of "the girl killed by eating Ice cream" la again on its rounds. It is believed to have been originated by some young men whose best girl .has a weak? ness for the frozen sweetness, but whose pocket-book is not strong enough to sup? port her infirmities in that direction. The prevalence of snow and ice in Min? nesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, Penn? sylvania and New York in June is not very pleasant to contemplate, in connec? tion with the hard times, which are still hanging over the country, notwithstand? ing the Republican promises of pros? perity. The "race war'* in Arkansas has as? sumed rather a serious aspect; but as such conflict...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

Are that for and hard, a rubbing, tl thing else thing the for the them. Pear most economical washing, of ar more you investigate, and in? you'll be that Pearline is theo Q? pi-t-i r\ Peddlers and some unscrupulot ??JCllU or " the same as rearline." \f in 1 and if your grocer send 11 J5aCK honest?send it tack. $20 SAVED and you cetthe easi? est runulnc; uud the strongest wheel made. The hand? some '97 model and its many special features muke this the most attractive wheel on the mur ket. Catalogue lrce. Roan oke Cycle Co., Agents, Roanoke,Va. A. J. EVANS. F. M. BUTT. C. B. PRICE. EVANS, BUT! I PRICE, (Successors to Evans Bros.) Keep n Full mid Complete Line of Every Article Known to the Hardware Trade. We Iuvite an In spec .on of Our Stock and Prices. 2 2 Campbell Avenue. True Bearing! Perfect bearings are of vital importance in your bicycle. Waverley bearings arc true, and remain true. A new and simple principle. Dust proof, too. HIS WHOLE SYSTEM. He Had Never Been Photographed, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

A NEAT SCHEME. If How the City is Mulcted of Money Due For Dog Taxes. The latest developments in the canine world with its connection with toiw and order in the land and the wherewithal that,'the commonwealth haa its sustenance are interesting. The Times bohio time ago printed what we had 60 say wloh regard to dogs going at large albout the city and the very few ?I theni that were taxed it the tags upon them were to be taken as evidence. It baa been noticed that about the time the -collectors publish their no? tices of taxes due, the number of dogs in certain districts of the city diminishes very perceptibly and the non-dog-owning citixena of those sections enjoy a season of peace and quiet. It has been observed by those interested iu municipal econom? ics that at a discreet space of time after the tax collectors have made their rounds, these dogs begin to haunt once more their favorite places in other .people's yards And gardens and the feeling with which the strong man taketh his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

OSENBAUM e will offer on Monday, and Continue during the week, some special good values. We find we are overstocked in some of our depart? ments,, and must unload at a sacrifice. Wash Goods. I The 3Cc French Organdies, only a few pieces loft to select from, closing price, 21c. ? The 2.1c French Orgnudlcs, five pieces left, hut they are beauties, will close ,out at 15c. I \j The 15c Cotton Etamlae, both In solid and fancy colors, just the thinp; for sep? arate skirts, reduced price, 10c. The 12 l-2c Jaconette Duchess, choice Styles, sultabln for shirt waists, to close at 8c. , ? A choice line of 12 1 2c Ginghams,pretty small stripes and che'eks, equally as good as French Ginghams, at 8c. Solid colored Ducks in white, black, navy and tan, the 13 l-2c grade, at'lOc. 100 pieces apron Ginghams, all colors, at 4 l-2c. One case of plain and fancy lawns, at 4c. Curtain Goods. . Ten pieces 'colored striped Scrim, cheap at 8c, will close them at 5c per j^urd. < Ten pieces plain Scr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

O?NOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN SFFKUT APRIL 31, 1SU7. Va.Col'ge WostEnl ft. M 0 1.1 7 SO 8 00 ?40 930 10 00 10 40 1130 13 00 V M 13 40 ISO 300 2 40 3 30 400 4 40 6 30 6U0 B40 7 30 800 8 40 9 9(1 10 on 10 40 Franklin Komi. >=5 <e a A M 650 7 30 8 10 S SO 9 30 1010 10 60 11 30 P M 1310 13 50 ISO 3 10 A M 700 7 40 890 9 00 040 10 SO 1100 11 40 P M 13 20 100 1 40 F M 350 S80 411 450 680 610 650 730 810 850 ?80 10 10 3 30 i 10 50 pq > P M 8 00 840 ?30 500 540 630 700 7 40 8:? ?00 0 40 10 30 11 on > a 2C3 A M 5 40 700 830 940 1100 P M 13 20 B 5? ? A M ? 30 7 40 9 00 10 20 11 40 P M 100 c a 5 9 F M 1 40 800 430 540 700 830 ?40 3* F M 3 20 340 600 630 7 40 turn 10 30 Palcm car rana between Terry building and Sulciu. First car Sundays at 8:40 a. in. Vlnton car mos between Terry building and Vinton. Bnndsys?First car 6:00 a. in. Norwich car runs between Norwich and Dnion Depot and connects with College car. Sundays? Flret car 8:00 a. m. Trips mar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? "Thoy " say "all things coins to him wno ?waits," but we have no boon waiting, and we don't propose to wait. "We KNOW our prices are right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roanoke, V?._189 M To BALL & MAY Dr. T?"?<?- GROCERS bring us work we will come alter it, in on? way or another, either by bringing to youi notice our prices, facilities and quality oi execution, or personal interviews. "We are not grumbling; far from it. We've had our share; we are still getting our share. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with wen facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we have business intercourse. We are not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office.. One of the vows the writer made whon he was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effoct, that if he ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, at least by comparison. At tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 June 1897

FIRE WMM! Chas.LMsfora&Son, The Pioneer Agents. ^ Represent the largsst foreign and Araorlcaa companies. Twenty years' experience as agentsand adjusters; also issue surety bonds. Commercial National Bank Building, Ground Floor. We have a nice lot of Split Bamboo and lance Wood Fishing Rods***? That we wish to close out at cost. Our cost is as low as cash can buy. See our line and prices on Hammocks. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 COMMERCE STREET. tE^T* Agents for Fairbank's Scales. $5.00 -Will buy ax All-wool Clay -Worsted Suit at tuk Buotiiekhood Mercantile Co.'s Stoke. A HEROIC MYSTERY MADE CLEAR. The boy stood on the burning deck, Whcnco all but him had lied; "The ship and I aro both insured? So let her burn!" he said. You cp.n have your life and property insured in the best companies by en Hing on Lanier Gray, No. 114 Campbell avenue west. "We aru sollincr furniture, china and glasswdro cheap, but you don't know it unless you como to see. Cincinnat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. Clevelands Did the Trick! - Out of $08 worth of prize* und a representation of nine different makes of Bicycles the little Cleve laud Bacer won $47.23 worth, or ?? nearly 50 per cent. J BLOOD WILL TELL. \ ROANOKE CYCLE CO., ?gts. \ 18 Salem Avenue S. W. ?????????????????????????? ? n_i.i _ n_J ? I Mcth Balls, 5c lb. . Tar Camphor. Insec t Powder, full strength. Ply Paper, sticky and poison. \ B e d - B n g Poison?large bottle with brush, 25c. MASSIE'S PHARMACY. 'Phone us if not convenient to call. Prompt delivery. I The Month of June j I The Month of i * Weddings and Roses. g a-I have just received an en- a J -tirelv new selection of the ^ 5-finest designs In STERLING 5 T -SILVER" and CUT GLASS, f V -and will continue to receive W 4 -from time to time during the 4 4 -month the latest designs, 0 4 -suitable for Wedding Pres- 4 4-ents, of Gotham and Whit- a * -ing aterllug Silver and Dor- ^ J -llinger Cut Glass. J 5 - These goods will be sold at J V -the lowest possibl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

BVEHT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PHOPR1ETORS, 183 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.fl-50 " SIX MONTHS.... 8.00 " QNE TEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY ?D1TION, OSK YEAR. 1.00 _ffll?.u, j Business onico. 143 PHONS8: Kd|tor,a,Koom, .lse4 ? ?" ? 1 JUNE. 5 M T W T F S .... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 18 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 v 21 22 28 24 25 26 27 ' 38 29 80 .. ' .. .. It is announced from Washington that the bankruptcy bill and 'other important measures must be held back until the tariff bill is disposed of. This means that nothing for the relief of 'the unfortunate debtor will be attempted dur'.Lg the pres? ent extra session of!Congress, but all must wait for the tariff question to be settled. The Spaniards have again fired upon an American vessel ii Cuban waters; but the Spanish government apologized almost as soon as the offense was com? mitted. Spain is not at all anxious to come in confilet with t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

The beit of laid tit all i ^ pirn HOG FAT Physicians know that refined vegetable oil, must be more wholesome than hog-fat? they endorse Cottolene, Cooking author? ities know that the best results could never be possible with the use of lard?they use COTTOLENE Observing housewives have discovered that it requires less Cottolene to produce better results than lard or butter?they use Cottolene. The genuine Cottotono Is sold everywhere In ono to ton pound tins, with our trade-marks?"CblColtne" aa? ttrrr't head in cotton-plant ivrealh?on every tin. Not guaranteed If sold In any other way. Madoonly by TUE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY, Chicago, Bt. Louis, New York, Montreal. ESTABLISHED REPUTATION The buying of a bicycle is a matter of serious importance* All your pleasure in cycling depends on your wise choice. In choosing the Crescent you run no risk. The unanimous testimony of Crescent purchasers?70,000 of them in 1896?should convince you that Crescent quality has no superior. Western Wheel W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

BEY. HEHRY G. PERRY, LL. D. . Derives Immediate, Lasting Benefit from Paine's Celery Compound. Few professional men have had tho ?varied, helpful, successful career of Rev. Henry G. Perry, of Chicago. A native of Philadelphia,he became an honor man of Kenyon college; was ad? mitted to the Ohio bar and licensed bv the Bupreme court of Illinois: served as TJ. S. chaplain under Gen. Davidson in the civil war. He edited the Pacific Churchman in San Francisco and became . rector of Trinity church in that city, and In 1870 took charge of St. Paul's, now the pro-cathedral of Springfield, 111. Dr. Perry is now tho second senior priest in city residence in Chicago. He write? the following letter: , "Chicago. IU., April 7, 18!)7. ?'Messrs. Wells, Richardson & Co.: "Dear Sirs:?Having suffered severely from tbe grippe during the winter, last month I begin taking Palne's celery compound, at the urgent instance of a friend who recommended it very highly. I soon felt its beneficial eff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

We will offer on Monday, and Continue during the week, some special good values. We find we are overstocked in some of our depart? ments, and must unload at a sacrifice. Wash Goods. The 35c French Organdies, only a few pieces left to select from, closing price, 21c. The 25c French Orgnutlies, five pieces left, hut they are beauties, will close cot at 15c. The 15c Cotton Etamine, both in solid and fancy colors, just the thing for sep? arate skirts, reduced price, 10c. The 12 l-2c Jaconette Duchess, cboico styles, suitable for shirt waists, to close at 8c. A choice ilne of 12 1 2c Ginghams,pretty small stripes and checks, equally as good as French Ginghams, at 8c. Solid colored Ducks lu white, black, navy and tan, the 12 l-2c grade, at*10c. 100 pieces apron Ginghams, all colors, at 4 l-2c. One case of plain and fancy lawns, at 4c. Curtain Ms, Ten pieces colored striped Scrim, cheap at 8c, will close them at 5c per yard. Ten pieces plain Scrim, special price, S 4c per yard. I ' Dotted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

-4_-.-? OANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AFIUL 91, 1837. tOrytai Vs. Col'ge WectBnd, A M 000 0 30 720 800 8 40 920 10 00 10 40 11 ao P M, 13 00 ia 40 130 900 940 3 50 400 4 40 5 20 600 040 730 800 840 030 10 00 10 40 11 80 Franklin Iloatl. fr>3 3? A M 650 730 810 850 ?30 10 10 10 60 1180 P M 19 10 19 60 1 80 310 A M 700 7-II 830 0 00 040 10 20 1100 1140 P M 13 30 1 00 P M a mi 830 41) 460 630 0 10 660 780 810 860 ?80 1 40 I 10 10 9 30 10 60 ja a Ma P M 8 00 840 ?90 600 6 40 630 700 7 40 840 900 0 40 10 30 11 0" V: ?' t> a in A M en 7U0 830 940 1100 P M 13 20 B A M 0 30 '7 40 900 10*1 11 40 P M 1 V-J 5-5 or: P M 1 40 300 490 6 40 700 830 940 P M 3 20 8 40 600 630 740 q nn 10 30 Siilem car runs botwoon Terry hniidlng and Salem. First car Sundays at 8:30 a. ui. Vinton car mos between Terry bn?dlng and Vlnton. Sundsya?First c?r 8.00 a. m. Norwich car runs between Norwich and Union Depot and connects with College, car. Sundays? First car 8:00 a. m. TnpB mark...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? ??They?? say "all things come to him wno waits," but we have no been waiting, and we don't propose to wait. "We KNOW bur price* are right, our work A-l, and if you.don't Roanok?, V?._18? M _ To BALL & MAY Dr. T?m?-GROCERS bring us work we will come after It, in on* way or another, either by bringing to your notice our prices, facilities and quality ol execution, or personal interviews. We are not grumbling; far from it. We've had our share; wo are still getting our share. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with wen facilities as to command admiration from -all ith whom we have business intercourse. We are not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows the writer made whon he was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if he ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be' kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time he har...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 June 1897

Fffi?jpnCE! las.Lisfori&uOn, The Pioneer Agents, Represent tho largest foreign aud American companies. Twenty years' experience as agents and adjusters; also issue surety?bouds. Commercial National Bank Building, Ground Floor. We have a nice lot of Split Bamboo and Lance Wood.... Fishing That we wish to close out at cost. Our cost is as low as cash can buy. See our line and prices on Hammocks. NELSON & MYERS, Hardware Dealers, 207 COMMERCE STREET. CS?" Agents for Falrbauk's Scales. FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE. Theodore Durrant Gains a Respito for Six Months at Least. San Francisco. .Tune 4.?The attorneys for Theodore Durrant auain appeared be? fore Judge Gilbort in tho United States circuit court and applied for a writ of supersedeas for the purpose of staying the execution ot sentence, but this was denied by the court. An application for leave to appeal from this decision to the supreme court of the United States was then granted. Although It is an open question w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 June 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. You'll be Sorry -If you pay $30. $75 or $100 -for a wheel after you see -the '00 "CLEVELAND" -which wo are going to sell -at $G5. This is the greatest -bargain e?er offered. Rocmqke Cycle; Co. "; E.LiFct np?! M,\n a< 9 Mcth Bulls, 5c lb. Tat1 Camphor. Insect Powder, full strength. Fly Papel-, bticky and poison. ? Bed- B u g'/Poison?large bottle with brush, 23c. MASSIE'S PHARMACY, 'Phone us if not convonieut to call. Prompt delivery. A fr??? 0<x?????+c>? 0 ? 0? ? ? ? | The Month of June | The Month of i Weddings and Roses. 5 - I have just received an en -tirely new selection of the -finest designs in STERLING -SILVER and CUT GLASS, -and will continue to receive -from time to time during the -mouth tho latest designs, -suitable for Wedding Pres -ents, of Gotham and Whit -ing sterling Silver and Dor -fllnger Cut Glass. - These goods will be sold at -the lowest possible prices. EDWARDS. GREEN J Mnnufacturftip; Jewolor, p ? 6 SALEM AVE. ? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 June 1897

THE TIMES. KVKRT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND. PROPRIETORS, 123 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POBTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. .. 50 " THREE MONTHS. '.T $1.50 " six months.. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 phon ks . j Business OfBco.143 1 lCdltorlal Rooms.1SB* JUNE. 5 M T W.-.T F S .. .. 1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 31 22 28 24 25 26 27 28 29 80 . Dun & Co's. forecast of the speedy re? turn of prosperity is all very \lell if it ?will only come true. There are many people in this country, however, who do not believe the prediction. The case of Theodore Durrant has-been taken on appeal to the United States su? preme court, and as that tribunal does not meet until October this "is equivalent to a resp:te for six months, at. least. Dur rant's desperate fight, for life is gaining him much sympathy, but it does not, of course, follow that he is innocent of the crimes charged against...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 June 1897

^\ mm lights the eye of a wounded soldier with the hope of relief. To him it's the Mm y\ mm signal of peace?a sign of safety and help. The red cross on a bottle 1% mm l\ mm ?* Browns' 'ron Bitters is an assurance of relief to the weary sufferer who is 1^ mm y&Jg battling with disease?it is the identifying mark of a life saver who is never whiJjjS ^-j^5|r**^s^ found wanting. Browns' Iron Bitters has been curing the ills of men, women ^^WhV^^ ^B?rft Yowiake^ and children for ne^rlY a quarter of a century. SHSSiS Dyspepsia, Malaria, ^Ooiit^utake^ CBrowitS^I^OWjP Chills and Fever, Liver and Kidney Troubles, General Debility and Weakness &Bl*?WftS*Sr0ifl. if ^WlJitteFStJ^ *iave succumbed to its power. If you are threatened with sickness, Browns7 ^^IM^^^^l-i^^ ^^spj^^ Iron Bitters will prevent the trouble; if you have a disease of long standing, ^^^F^ffk^ mm ^\ Browns7 Iron Bitters will cure you. ?ou can feel yourself getting zvelL mm BB w?m With every bottle of Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 June 1897

Sil! .*. * Aside from another very delightful ger mau at^Hotel Roanoke aud the school commencements at .Virginia College and Hollins, society has hud little to talk about of late. The school commence? ments pre red to be .of the usual interest. Among those spoken of, a young lady at Virginia College comes in for a large amount*of very favorable criticism for her singing. That of all the bright girls - there from so (many distant places this one from our own city should so excel, should he a matter of pride to all of us. Miss Dunnlngton's essay at Hollins on Wednesday evening was said to be partic? ularly strong as well as pretty Miss Clendenin, of Texas, who has visited much in Roanoke, received the medal for elocution at Hollins. If not altogether Irrelevant, it might be well to say while speaking of Hollins that the people.^of Roanoke enjoy very much their com? mencement exercises |and the delightful drives to and from them, but there have been many very 'narrow escapes from se? r...

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