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The sweet and soui apple question
is sure to lie discussed ut this season.;
A recent writer remarks that sweet 1 NY HEAT— Valley, $1°40®$1 42 j
Hodgen Burnett ex
'A e cotton plant h^s k-m proposed apples ate generally considered much I Walla WallaOfl 32(£l 35.
more valuable for feeding ihan sour, j
!¿ cts to spend the «inter at Washing as a substitute f<® jute.
but there is less difference than many
BA RLEY -« \Vhol«, $0 85®1
Mr. Pauli, who lived for some time ia
Over one million bushels oP pota suppiose. Ii well ripened, even sour ground, (Htr ton, $20 00® 21 60.
airived at Vancouver from ly'iiisa*.
the Cameroon region. Weat Africa, teu*
New York toes were imported fa.«j year into thi apples contain a good deal of sweet,
of a highly successful womans rights
Blackfrosts liave nipped thing« on ; Sun sailed (or Europe
OATS-*Milliug, 35«34o.; feed,
which is to the taste overcome by a
the steam- country.
movement a while ago In the Akona trlbiQ
the Columbia river near Vancouver.
slight disproportion, of acid. Those
sliip La Normaudie.
illustrating the fact that when women
The vine growers of $ he Argentine who have fed sour rijn.* apples find
unanimously assert them in savage lands,
The Eljpnaburg foundry will be
Over $4,000,000 has keen yut into Up public have engagid in the produc them nearly or quite as nutritive as
an well as elsewhere, they are a great
ready for businer* I k fgre the lit** of
in the community. In that be
building improvements a t. Demur, tion oi raisins.
sweet ones. They should not, how
SEED— Blue Grass, 12(315c.; Tim |>ov.-cr
nighted region women are not supposed
to have any rights When a girl is 13 or
Capital)*« arc negotiating for the
Crops in Guatemala have l>een cut corn in the ear, as it will make the othy, 7®8c.; Rod Clover, 11® 12^«.
14 yeara old she is sold to adybodv who
purchase of the llty Horae mine at
Nt ■, Vork will have to ‘struggle short by n severe drought. In many pigs’ teeth sore.
FLOUR— Patent Roller, $5 00; lms
p>ropcrty enough to pay the price her
along with only 399 real society bilks departments ijf Salvador all crops i Wolves are doing great damage in Country Brand, $4 50.
father asks for her, and then-after she
works like a slave for her board and
In the way of fire wood*, Walla Walla -his season. \\ ard McAllister isgoinsf have been lost Tor want of rain. In Northern Montana by destroying
EGGS—Pej di x, 30o.
lodging and Is subject to all the caprices
is getting into a close corner, there be to jmss the winter ¡^California.
Nicaragua also a famine is threatened [
her loni and master. Even the bonds
stock. In Choteau Couuty Charles
ing but little bn the y«r Is.
BUTTER— Fancy roll, j>er pound, of
men in the community liave mere j>riv-
A Vorkingwoman’s society iti De- on account of drought.
Adams was compelled to tly from the 25c.;
ileges than the fns> women, and some of
Mr. A. Chambers and others of Lvn- tro:t, formed ten years ago to takeca>e . The annual value of the dtiiiy pro beasts the other night, when they de
them iu time are aide to support°rather
den are agitating a creamery and of girls unemployed and get them duct of the State of Illinois equals t1ie stroyed eighty of his thorough-bred grade. 20(322Jc.
extensive lianuus of their own.
cheese factory at that place.
C H EESE—Eastern, °
| work, has so thrived th a t-it recently value of the gold production of the bucks. One hundred and fifty sheep
It happened that there were some strong
gon, 13(314e.; California, 14c.
minded wJUueti among the Akona people,
' Frank Ledm.in, of Vancouver, who 14'f dicalcd a fine building for its pur- United Stated. Who says the cow is
thirty col.s belonging to another
V EflE TABLES— Beets, per sack, and they lifted up tlieir voices in imblio
had an accident policy, had his arm P ace.
not the best friend of the farmer?
ranchman. The wolves also attack $1 00 ;• cabbage, per lb., l c .; carrots, places iii favor of aomo radical social re-0
put out by the kisk of a horse.
Colored women in New York city
A Michigan man says that lus travelers.
per sk., $ 75; lettuce, (ter doz. 10c.; forms that would make the lot of woman
kind rather more endurable. They were
Wm. Hamilton, of Hamilton’s is have organized "the - women’s charity Manchestei strawberry (pistillate var
onions, $ 85; potatoes, per 100 lbs., jeered
at. as women reformers have l*«n
land, one of the oldest settlers at the and industrial club” for • the help ol iety) were so much influenced in form
If cows ate fed a liberal ration of 40c.; radishes, per doz., 15ft}20c.;
In some o*. her lauds, and were advised by
Cascades, died Monday evening.
their Bisters, anil have leased a four- by the Sharpless growing neaf that he palatable, nutritious ground feed night rhubarb, per lb., ttc.
the superior sex to keep» on digging in the
and nulming they require uo driving.
HONEY—In comb, (Htr lb., 18c.; fields and pxmnding manioc nait and
Ellenbburg is looking for a capital sto y house as a “home for friendless sold them for Sharpies«.
thank fort m o thut their lot was not less
No dog or laiy is necessary to chase strained, 5 gal. tins, per lb. 8^c.
ist who will build it at first-class hotel colored girls.”
There are many instances where the fields over to pcisuade them, but
tolerable: Reform was evidently not to
for a reasonable consideration.
A prison official thinks it would be thirty-five bushels cf grain might just about milking time they are ready to
POULTRY — Chickens, p*er doz., bo secured by any amoutit of feminine
The Milton Eagle says a hog weigh a great scheme to tattoo convicts. as well lie grown on one acre as walk from pasture to barn quietly, $3 0004 00; ducks, per doz., $5 00(3 protest, and so these strong minded
ing 541 pounds was brought to that His idea is for each petial institution twenty, if the right variety had been and the pails will be fuller as there 6 00; geese, $6 00®7 00; turkeys, women pi^t their lung head* together and
decided upton radical and far reaching
place and sold lately.
has been no excitement. Keep cows per lb., 12$o.
to adopt a different mark or mono sown.
quiet and they give better returns,
The trilio is a small one Nearly all the
The laying of the pi|>es and mains gram, and then the problem of identi
adult females iu It enlisted under the ban-
thus a saving of labor and patience
at Baker City for the water works fying convicts will be solved.
breakfast bacon, 12c. per lb.; Oregon ner«>f women’s rights. O nediy then* was
apple-borer has been successfully ex pays in part for graiu fed.
were to commence in a day or so.
King George ol Greece lias formally cluded from trees by placing fresh
10@ llc.; Eastern lard, lO 0 ll^ c. per an enormous commotion in that little
community. It wus almost wholly con
The Itosie Olsen brought 1,200 cases notified Prime Minister Tricon pis of manure around the base of the trees
Will it pay to cut rough forage for lb.; Oregon, 10c.
of salmon to Astoria from Tillamook the betrothal of Princess Alexandra and in contact witn it.
GREEN ERUITH— Apples. $ 60 fined to tno inalo population, the fact
stock? To cut it involves the utiliza
that there was hardly u woman there
and Ivtd her smokestack knocked over to Grand Duke Paul of Russia. A Te
0 75c.; Sicily lemons, $6 0006 60 being
snare the excitement. The mothers
The cost of a colt at thre^ years old tion of parts which the animal would California, $6 00®6°50; Naval oranges to
atuk wives, iu a most unexpected and
Deurn was sung in the royal chapel in j .
otherwise reject, but a lien cut will I*
is said by a correspondent of Rural swallowed without hesitation, and $6 00; Riverside, $5 l>); Mediterra heartless manner, had suddenly dropped
John Stanton, of Ramela, Uma honor of the event.
nean, $4 25.
their implements of drudgory. and with
New Yorker, who bus computed it, to
tilla county, was crazed with grief be
Mine. lima de Murska, the once be $84.» He ulso states tlfut such colts" nourish the animal just as much as
th- ir children In arpns and marriageable
any pari of the forage. It has been
cause he learned the death of a sister
daughters had hied them through the
found that to cut evergieensugar corn
forests to the territory of another tribe,
Italian where, at a distance of eight or ten miles
for Europe this week. She is said to
makes a gain of 10 per cent, in feed 11c, (lit less plums, 7c,;
Masons and carpi nt rs at E lens- be dying and in straitened circum
ing value, hut to cm theordinary dried prunes, 10@12c.; peaches, 10^®lic.; from their own garden patches, they were
burg are busy early anil late, and pleas stances, and her musical friends made garden. They speedily transport in coin-stalk adds JO to 40 per cent. The raisins, $2 40®2 50.
prepared to open negotiations with the
ant weather makes it possible t« keep up a purse to enable her t j reaen her sect depredators to a place where the/ standard of value is the result in
lotiily chapad liiey had left behind them.
HIDES— Dry beef hides, 12® 13c.;
They knew beforehand that they would
will do no more harm. And this in- butter.
culls, 6®7c.; kip and calf, 10®12c.; meet with a hospitable reception in tho
A petition is be circulated and num
Murrain, 10 0 l 2 o .; tallow, 4®4$c.
tribe’With which they took refuge. It
Princeton college catalogue, just is-
erously signed asking for the appoint
huppicned that this tribe was larger than
ment of J. D. L ilian as postmaster at ued, shows that there are iu the un-
the Akona. and did not like them very
i of farmers depends upon keeping u Oregon. 10(2115c.
’ dorgradii ite academic department 40111 1
well, and It tickled them half to death to
4 co the pickle In which tho Akona men
stud* tits, iu the school of science 111, ity. He recently opened one that was
Shoo Fly and Andy Lee, two full I post-graduates 90. Altogether there | filled seven years ago and found its any now crop will almost always com edged, pair M, $12 00; T. and G. suddenly found themselves. The women
grown Chinamen, botli born in Walla u a total of 007 students, as against contents iu excellent Condition.
mand a high price, and soon after, sheathing, per M, $13 00; No. 2 floor ■lot themselves $0 work earning tlieir
Walla, voted at tlie last fictio n . Each Oil last year.
vvh*'n there is u rudi for the market, ing, per M, $18 00; No. 2 coiling, per dally bread, and waited without n bit of
The introduction of labor-saving prices rapidly decline. Uuless one M,$l8 Ot); N<>.2 rustic, porM ,$18 00; impiatleuee for an embassy frutn homo. It
voted a mixed .ticket.
A clergyman in Newark, N. J., machinery lias disarranged the old can bo among the first it is better to clear rough, per M, $20 00; clear P. 4 was not long before the embassy put In an
Orley Hud. of Walla Walla, lias a
wife complained that the mem methods of, farming, and in nothing hold until the prices have passed the S, per M, $22 50; No. 1 flooring, per
The Akona tribe was of the opinion that
pullet hatched last March that is now
raising its second brood of chickens. bers of the congregation were very more than in the changes it has neces- | normal condition. I t is the forcing $22 50; No. 1 rustic, |ier 61, $22 50; they could not continue in business
without the female members thereof, and
distant toward her, took occasion to Itateii in the employment of hired
That beats any tish story of late.
iij the market that brings low prices, stepping, parr M, $25 00; over 12 they wanted the women to come home.
remark from the pulp.t a few Sundays In Ip.
and for that reason a close watch inches wide, extra, $1 00; lengths 40 The particularly strong minded spokes
Lane county’s hop crop for 1S88 is ago that his wife would like to lie in
Mrs. W. M. bills, of Springfield, should be kept of the reputed supply to 50, extra, $2 00;° lengths 50 to 00, man of tho refugees said she was glad to
estimated at about 5,000 bales. The troduced to several women of the
learn at last that the women of their
Mo., lias charge of a stsck farm and and demand.
extra, $4 00; 1^ lath, pier M, $2 25; tribe
entire yield of the State is es ¡mated congregation.
were regarded us u desirable ele
1£ lath, per M, $2 50.
is said to be the best judge of borse-
at between 12,000 and 20,000 bales.
ment of the Akona people. As the women
As the cold increases with approach
Over $100,(XK) lias already been titsh in that vicinity.
CO FFEE—Quote Salvador. 17c, had taken cure of all the men, It w«« evi
Edgar Nicholson was riding a scrub spent in the New Cumberland oil naturally by her knowledge, as she is to winter, farmers should bear in mind Costa Rica, 18®20c.; Rio, 18@20c.; dent they were ubfo to take cure of them
and they hadn’t the slightest In
race near Dayton when a rein broke
a Kentucky woman.
that an increased amount of food or , Java, 27^e.; Arbuckle’s’s rousted, 22c. selves.
tention of going home except on certain
and liis horse pulled around and threw field in W ist Virginia, and the re
ports are so encouraging that the ex
Good, clean seed wheat of a variety material is required to maintain bodily j MEAT—Beef, wholesale, 2J@3c.; important conditions, which she specified.
him and left him with a broken leg.
citement among the producers is at a well adapted to the soil, should be se heat; and if animals are only able to dressed, 6c.; sheep, 3c ; dressed, 6c.; Then the embassy went home to cousult
the chief men. who, as their harems were
Thomas Dook, of Wenatchee, when b v.-r beat. The leases have «0 Uen lected for seeding. There should be procure maintenance ration*, the in- j hogs, dressed, b^®7e.; veal, 5®7c.
’he largest, were the greatest Buflerers by
driving to Kllensburg and coming taken up and territory cannot be had no delay now in having the wheat in, creased heat required to maintain a
BEANS—Quote small whites,$4 50; the flight of the fair sex.
normal heat of the body must be gen
down a hill, was thrown in frontof the at a big premium,
The women stipulated that they would
as the better the growth the less lia erated from a consumption of elo pinks, $3 tiayos, $3; butter, $4 50;
-onto back if a considerable part of the
wheels. One of them passed over
bility of the young plants being thrown meats of heat that have been accum u Limas, $4 50 pier cental.
.gricultural duties of tho community
him, breaking the bone of his hip.
By means of recent improvements out by the frost next spring.
lated in the shape of fat and tissue.
made in (lie manufacture of rifles, as
PICKLES— K egs quoted steady at .zero iu future turned over to tho slaves,
f tho mothers were pH-rmitted to liave
Guide boards have been growing How much better to furnish the re $1 35.
. The Baker City Democrat tinges t it man_ one hundred and twenty can
omctldng to say about tho disposal of
tzens there to purchase the grounds nQW be rol|etl iu an hour by one rim- numerous in the country towns ol quired heat by means of protection
SALT— Liverpool grades of fine iieir daughters, and if several other coa
j from the cold by a shelter thattlie.eby
for the Baker Couttfy Agricultural I cjj|no_ They are straightened cold New England for a few years past. In
any waste of accumulated fat quoted $18, $19 and $20 for the throe litions were complied with. It did not
society «vs a joint etock company ami ,ind borC(i w,th corresponding speed, some sections of Massachusetts at saves
ike longffor the’gentlemen of Akona to
may be continually held against j sizes ; stock salt, $10.
' cide what to do. A day or two inter
put it under capable management.
,llld even tll0 n jiillg 18 dune automati- every corner are set solid granite (Hafts
; severe emergencies.
SUGAR—Price« for barrels; Golden .ho women went back in high feather,
ten feet high, to which are bolted iron
C,6|jc.; extra C, fife.; dry granulated mving achieved a complete victory, and
. m bo . r - i - j « * ; *
sign boards with raised letters.
of tho fences and re- 7§o.; crushed, tine crushed, cube and
icy liave been treated vary well ever
.... .. per
W,U, m , „1.1 H Jjy,
Preserving eggs for winter use is not pairing of the ditches and drains arc powdered, 7Jo .; extra C, 0 |c .; halves ,inco.—New York Suu.
sides The one that gets the - a lp jnach.ne t wet,tv barrels were about the difficult, but care is required. Eggs usually laid aside, along with cutting and boxes, $c. higher.
A L i ttle I W n n K ing,ton».
gets a reward of $10 and a delioious
°* a day s work-
from liens not in compiany with males the supply of wood, for winter employ- '
kingdom of Greece embraces
supper at the others expense.
Recently a gentleman who was will keep three limes as long as those
custom in the p>ast, yet It ia doubtful tho Annapolis court martial ia standing » territory of about 25,000 square miles,
Mr. Cornwall’s company make no traveling in Switzerland found a vent-
if such work can be economically done cadets on their heads and making them chew nd baa r. ptopulutlon of a little more than
.'.000.000 Greeks and Albanian*. Scotland
secret of their intentions to build the abje curiosity in a museum in the lit- the eggs on racks in a cool palace, and in winter. Digging pioat holes when |>apcr and c andle grease.
half over twice a week.
< about tho same territory and almost
Bellingham Bay <£ British Columbia de b)Wn 0f goleure. It was a bird’s turn them
the ground is frozen, and hauling I Over lS’i.OOO cows are slaughtered annually v. ire a* many p»eople. Switzerland has a
road to tlieir N ooksack coal mines in negt made c f imperfect watch springs
Oil is cheapier than machinery, so wood over rough roads,or being caught
of milk Is consequently so scarce that ihird loss territory and a third more
the eat)y spring. They are ballasting ^ .p ,^ had lieen thrown out of the lit- use it freely on all the working p>arts with a load in a snow storm, are more supply
■ ,q»le. Belgium and Holland taken to-
thousands of native children die yearly.
the railroad with ashes as far as com- tje watt.|, factories which abound in of the mowers and reapter«. Lumber laborious Unfit doing the wnrk in tbn
• ; her ha ’e about the same territory us
Jesso D. Carr, the rich ran< hmanof Fresno
.......... and U to times as many px>oplo. As
that district. Some bird considered is also cheapier, and when not in use fall, when the materials for building county,
Cal., has been ordered by a govern
Greece is proverbially tho
. , . . .
i hem excellent material of which to every piece should be carefully can be more easily procured anil the ment agent to remove a stone fence which be , •, >;• ,r wealth,
";t country ill Europ»e. Her rugged
lh e $lo per bus ir ' !|jce hi' I nn construct her nest, and with infinite housed, as well as all the tools used work one in a shorter time. All the has built around 40,000 acres of government fountains and barren shores are hardly
have m ad e th n r appearance ... L.nn
worked thein together into as per-
u i;i many places for the scantiest vege
about the farm. Tools, carls* and ma outdoor work should be done before land
county to collect I» ? “ *"*
" otf * j feet „ a structnre
of the kind as one chines rust out much fastei than they the winter conies on. The winter will Bham battle flags, tattered and torn to tation; alio has no rivers with fertile
held by them. 1 hey hold notes to the could desire to see.
give ample einpdoyment with inside represent the real article, ore the lateet pro •lank*; her commerce Is still nudevelopjed,
will wear out.
amount of $3,000 in Linn county.
work. Maaure making and stock duct of Freneh ingenuity, and are said to ind site is cut off from Europe by the
Home of the parlies intend It
Albert Royal ami brother, both of
In the dairy contest at the Minne fettling aie jobs for winter, and much have deceived large numbers of curiosity reatherous Adriatic and by the inhospit-
ible strip of Turkish territory that nrorn-
Orlando, Fla., went on the Wckiva sota State Fair, a lew days ago, a of the grain can lie thrashed and hunter« and patriot«.
m to keep her for an iudrfiuito future
iron» opining her railway connection with
William lVrry Bruce, one of the River, below Clay springs, the other
They pirize and ano ner took the second. I to l»e done is to be pxietpamed let it be of paper pulp» instead of metal. It has 1,400 tho north.
pioneers of Walla Walla county, ditti day on a deer and bear hunt
In Greece today It is the universal cus
at Wait sb it rg on Saturday last, aged , arrived at their cam ping pdace before Tho butter test is reported to have ! such as can be done under shelter.
pipes and is an Instrument of great power
tom to sp»eak of “going to Europ»e” just
03 years. Mr. Bruce crowed the plains „undown and concluded to take a been the severest known to science.
and sweetness of tone.
Americans do with tho stormy Atlantia
in '1854 locating in the Willamette qlort hunt before dark. They hud
An English court has Just decided that '«“ ween New York and Liverpool. Add
ing should lie plowed in the fall, not railway *es>nsnt* cannot eject persons from ' > all this the fact that this little barren
valley ’ In the spring of 1861 he not gone far before they came across a
bought aclairn where Waitsburg now ¡¿«"sign which they followed up,soon no grain or other *p»acial preparation. only for the purpose of avoiding the trains who say they have lost their tickets, kingdom of 2,000.000 souls has a public
only remedy being to sue the pasueugsr debt of $1*0,000,000, and sunpjgirts an army
stands, and lias lived there continu- coming in sight c lo n e of unusual
Damp floors cause cold, due to hurry of work in the spring but also the
for breach of contract.
as largo as that of tho United btates.
Size, which they succeeded in hung evaporation. The feet of animals are
to assist in fie 'i *g *h laud iu better The new suspienslon bridge over North rbo taxes are so high that the island of
iug down the first shot. Oae remain-
The farmers of Baker county should
(G care for
,pead bear, the injured, and disease of the limbs oc condition. Tueu- 1 - no surer remedy river at New Vork, It is estimated, will cost Crete, now under Turkish rule, would
It will give entrance to ten nearly double its ratio of taxation should
prepare themselves to suppiiy the . Lcr kept on anil soon found an- curs when they are compelled to foi destroying cutworms in the soil $37,000,000.
railroads and will bo ••••e of th* great it enter tho kingdom of Greece. But iu
creamery with tln-ir surplus cream, 0y,e^ whieh lie also killed, the whole sianil or sleep on damp locations. than fall plowing, winch opiens the triumphs of modern engineering.
’■[»ite of all this discouragement Athens to
thus reaping a good reward for their t(nie ^ -u p ied not exceeding thirty The bed of the animal is very import-
day is a busy hive of educational institu-
plains and enhancing the value of their mjn,lteS- The first bear weighed four I ant. It is economical u> use clean,
fined heavily for allowing their girls to work tlons, and in all tho country villages then»
cows. The Democrat says that c«ws liu if<rt d pound« and the other two dry material dailv, and not delay ing the worms and other insects hut over hours in the shop»* Jay. the great are thrifty schools, a compulsory law
I hanging the bedding until the whale also assisting to pulverize the soil by mourning storeman, wa» recently up in the being carried out with more vigor year
that are now selling for $ln
1 hundred and fifty pounds,
after year. Ten years ago the statistics
| is saturated with urine.
worth *85 as so in u thi ci
alternate freezing and thawing, the police court on a charge of this kind.
for illiteracy In Greece were uhead of
American travelers In Ireland nowadays thoso of Italy today, and these ten year«
gets hi running rder.
If the ground is damp a one-horse ¡expansion and contraction causing all
furnished a traveling oompianion free of have revolutionized educational affairs in
A F e a r fu l t r i p .
plow should be run through the -paces lump» and cl<x!s to fall to pieces. are
Concerning the wheat market the
it seems. Nevertbeleas, a govern Greece.—“ H W. H.” in New Vork Post.
George Daily, serving a term of
Where the soil is well drained no expense,
ment detective in one’s tracks can hardly be
Albany Democrat says: The hrst ot
between t e stra oerry
l k l ^ 'l a n W a t c h D o g i.
„ Jbroken & in
•*' laid to add to tho pleasure of a jaunt through
the season Corvallis was in the had iu tares years at San Quentin State to allow the surplus water to flow
to I m
* If the ouUide work can be Erin.
Among tho exhibits In a Belgian dog
.»I KM, but —-----
euiv...... ^ for assault
Ml winter. »7
%. • "
- f partial
----I to 1 the fall.
the wheat market,
The p»aper money of Chill is to depreciated show is a breed of dogs, the Schipperkes,
Steffl Mr*# . l*1
caught up). TliPn
. , ^ murder* atiem pievi tuie id« b j tpnnj;-130»m*What damp location-, i>ut in toe (
Th’ In value that a guest at a hotel ordinarily found only in Belgium. They are made
hind. The O. P. boats started, and iug from tba top of the buihling H winterand early spring, when heayy 1
pays $600 a day for his accommodations. At use of as watch dogs ou board the numer
now that city lead* us one cent, which lh(. ground bellow,
rains csirse the water la>sUnd Ion the J
don«, leaving only such a* car.- ooo time only a few years ago calico sold at ous inland navigation boats. They are
|t „ raijinou*. T e r « t *, nut be «lone at any other km ou ex $2,000 a yard in these depreciated bills. Thi* small black dogs, without tails and with
we cannot understand, «» f?nM . seventy five feet Hw mpin.^ an, be 1 ^
able of th» wheat comes U>ia way. lifvetf to be fatal. The ca'tse was aee apM, pi^ave up the plants if the ground 1 Irept in spring.
jointed ears, of extraordinary Intelligence
Is a etgaiw« story.
and fidelity.—New York Sun.
Wheat is 76 cents a bushel at A.bany pendency.
I ia loo wet.
one and cent more at Salem*
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