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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904.
BUY THEM AT
Our line of Shirts is second to nothing in style, quality
and fit. Big variety of Golf Shirts in beautiful patterns,
and properly made. Price, 50c and up.
Silk and Silk mixed Neglgees, lt50 to $2.75, that
have the proper style and fit.
Work Shirts that are made up to wear, and have nt
and style, as well as wearing qualities. 35c up.
If your Hat is a GORDON it is all right. Knot, you
had better get a GORDON. We stand behind the guaran
tee that they will wear and hold shape for a year. We
also have other hats in cheaper qualities, including the
John B. Stetson, a splendid hat, in all the latest styles and
shapes. If you need a hat call to see us.
R. B. BRAGG & CO
. . Special attention given to caro of horses' feet and
shoeing. Also preairing wagons and carriages.
CRESENT BRAND TOOLS
are manufactured by us. We make repairs for all
kinds of grubbing machines. We carry on hand
Iron, Coal, Steel and all sizes and kinds of Wheels and axle.
SNOW & UPSON.
C- HI. TELIPLE,
I wish to Btate to the general
prepared to test your eyes and fit
that will overcome all afflctions of
woan eyes mat ine oesr, ocaicnst can neip. try ine ghss j sell.
I have given this subject very close study and can tell you by
examination just what kind of glasses your eyes require. Eyes test
ed free and all glasses sold with a guarantee to fit your eves with es
pecially ground glasses. If youreyes trouble you and cause headache
or throbbing pains with blurring vision when readingg or doing tine
work requiring close and steady observation, come in and let me ex
amine your eyes by means of the perfected American Optical Tester
' and secure relief and comfort by the use of properly-fitted glses.
TheGolden Rule Bazaar
GEO. F. COE & SON, Proprietors,
Crockery, Glassware, Sta
FISHING TACKLE AND NOTIONS.
Agent for Racine Feet. Phone 351.
C. T. RAW80N.
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
1 We desire to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will have and can sup
ply in any number
Cherry, Pear,Apricot,Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard varieties of apple trees. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitzen
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON & STANTON, Hood River, Or.
F. L, DAVIDSON & C0
TINNERS AND PLUMBERS,
Gasoline Engines, Warm Air Fur
naces, Windmills, Pumps,
Gas Plants, Wire Cable, Ladders,
Faultless Stump Puller
Has the Finest Display of
Watches, Diamond and Gold Rings,
Cut Glassware, etc., in town.
All work neatly and correctly done,
especially 'fine Watch Repairing
and adjusting. Reasonable prices.
Do your Eyes
public that I am
you with glasse
stigmatism, iiear-sigtednens and
and Dray ing.
STRANAHANS & BAGLEY.
Horses bought, sold or exchanged.
Pleasure parties can secure rlrst-class rigs. Spe
cial attention given to moving Furniture
We do everything horses can do.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
F. H. STANTON
A word to the newcomer to this laud
if promise aboutour valley of sunshine,
fruit and flowers I hope will be admis
sible in your and our home paper.
Now, friend and stranger, when you
have been wined and dined and whirled
through the lower and upper valleys of
Hood River and shown orchards and
apples and berry patches and clover
fields, and last but not least4he irriga
tion ditch, and yet long .for something
you hardly know what, but yet you
want to see something more, just in
quire of the editor of the Glacier how
to get over the river to that place with
Hie fishy name, where the sun seems
to shine all the time on that rock yon
der. When you land on the beach,
just ask the ferryman where 8. C.
Zeigler, M. D. McClure, J. P. Egan,
C. D. Moore or Judge liyr
kett live, and before climbing the
bluff, just call upon these gentlemen
and see where the b and $tt a crate
strawberries are grown. Just gel any
of these gentlemen in the confidential
mood by telling him you are from Mis
souri, Ohio, New York or most auy
place back East, and if It is anywhere
near meal time, he will fill you up on
canned goods, good cream and straw
berry, tomnto and Jersey dairy ranches.
You will no doubt consider from his
fluency and carelessness in handling
returns per nan acres net, with no
work attached, that his equal in pre
varicating the truth is bard to find
To test him, iust make a bluff at him
by offering him $t00 to $1,000 an acre
lr tils 6 or 10 acres, and then beoulck
lo catch the look of contempt and the
retcn or necK as ne sizes you up from
loe to Derby.
Puss along the line and see them all,
atubas yon leave the judge to wend
your way noni liingen to White Su
mini on the hill, you will probably be
w deep in uie mesnes ot ngures "per
ix, per crate, per acre," ttiat you
won't notice the beautiful drive you
me ascending until you confront, all at
i iicewhat you mistake in your first
lusty inspection as Rockefellow'shorue
iii the Hudson. No; it is the home of
one of our oldest settlers, that of A. H.
Jewett. Don't pass tt by. (to in. Just
ask tliem tor anything they have, and
it is yours. Roam over the lawns and
'.'iiinpas. See all the beautiful shrubs
and trees, and for the first time see
berries that are grown without irriga
tion. Ask him all about White Salmoti
and the country about us away back to
Trout Lake and Camas Prairie. . He
will give you lots of information. If
lie doesn't, his good wife, Mrs. Jennie
Jewett, will. Never fear but what you
will be entertained.
As you pass up Jewett avenue, note
the hue vineyard on your left. See our
little church and parsonage. And in
this little church, if you will come over
on Sundays you can hear somcthlug
d;op. It will sink into you so deep it
will ring in your ears so loudly for
d.iys that you will wonder where so
small a town with so small a church
got so much man. No, he did not
come from the East just now; he is one
nf the Pa cine coast make, which the
miiis and dews have kept clean. .
Next comes C. F. Waldo's place." He
Is setting it out to cherries. He is a
newcomer among us, but get him
wound up on cherries, and if you de
sire to return to Hood River or your
old home again, you had belter make
some excuse to pass by, fur he knows
wnat ne is talking about in the cherry
Hue from experience in California, and
in comparison a strawberry ranch will
seem to .,U a poor investment.
Now you are in our business section.
Look It over. Talk with the gentle
men. f-.ee Mr. Woifard. Get his ton-
nage and wonder again. Pass up the
avenue. Call upon the Mains, the
momases. uall upon S. W. Condon
and see his 8 acres of 2-year-old vines.
He is a lawyer by profession, but don't
think anything of thai; he won't work
you for a tee at the moment''. He will
just tell you what he has done since he
came here and how the law business
ihii t in it fn comparison to his berrv
patch. He w ill show you a couple of
regisiereu jerseys, mother and daugh
ter, and if he has time to lay out the
cream and berry vision Irs which he
lives in season, you will feel like srjend
Ing your last dollar there and then for
a 10-acre patch near by.
And now, my friend, take a trip to
inn timuer, 10 uie mini or stock and
clover, (jo up to Mr. Woods. Go any
where around among us. See our ap'
pies, our trees, our vegetables, our pos-
sibilities, our capabilities; with your
neip, compare tnem with everywhere,
anywhere. And don't forget to get
.... ,i, ling nn iiqiii uu ttr
ey. Why, just assure as vou do this
you will at once see there are olaces in
Oregon where they charge you more
for climate alone. Come and see us
before you go home; we know if you do
you will come buck to stay, sure.
Utters of inquiry iu regard to the
Tl'l.t... C .I .... . . .
nuiiuon country audressed to
euiier oi ine names mentioned in this
article will receive prompt attention.
In the Otleli District.
Winter la still here.
Several from this neighborhood are
suiienng wun colds.
Will Kemp is working near Wasco,
Dan Smith began work on Mr. Wil
son 8 house last Monday.
Mr. Toole of The Dalles visited at
Mrs. Booth's over Sunday.
C. M. liosey shipped his apples this
week. C. . Roberts also shipped the
balance of his apples.
Mrs. Townwnrl ulin hi .lu
lling relatives here for the past two
, hub reiurneu to ner uome in
Mr. and Mrs. Cash Johnson, from
Edgington, 111., who ha-vebeen visiting
at. Dan Smith's for the past two
mouths, started on their return trip
last Saturday. Since leaving home,
lust April, they have traveled through
Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California.
stopping at all plaivs of interest, lie-
fore return mit home they will visit the
St. Uwa fair and all the principl
places iu the Southern states. This is
their second visit to Hood River, and
they tire so . pleased with litis vmIIkv
they will undoubtedly make it their
Frankton News Notes.
By tbe School Children.
M. R. Nii)le, who has been emit nick
for the past nine weeks, is able to be out
doors. We are all glad to see him about
The Frankton school will close the
present term, April 1. This brings the
8lh grade examinations two weeks after
Professor C. H. Cromwell visited hit
home on the Washington side last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Hubert liarrabrant and wife of Hood
River visited li is father, Dan Garrabrant
Marsh Isenberg is sick with pneumo
nia. Kev. W. L. Dillinzer, pastor of the
Belmont M. E. church, began meetings
i i iurirwr, iust .--unuav.
The Enworth leaene of' Belmont hoM
a busmen roertine Friday evening at
the home of B. F. Barrett. Although it
was a stormy evening, goodly number
turned out. After the business meeting
there was a short programme. Charley
Miller refused to give a five minutes'
talk on batching. I -wonder why?
Don Ellis quit pcliool Friday to help
work on the tarai.
' Mrs. P. F. Ilrf iford went to Portland
Fridav of last week with her little daugh
ter Helen, w here she will remain a week
or ten days to see the effects of the new
treatment on the lit tle one.
Fred Blaylock quit -school 1riday to
help his father on tlTe farm. The hired
man quitting them, Fred has to take
his place. " ,
Mrs. T. G. Frolm of Belmont went to
The Dalles Sunday, to visit friends and
relatives, ... ,
Mrs. J. R. Wield and Frieda Johnson,
accompanied by Miss Engslrom of Port
land, are visiting relatives in Belmont.
Lena Isenberg, who has been heaving
e null pox.is able to be out.
Arthur Arnold was uuable to come to
school Monday, because he and the old
cow had a quarrel, and Arthur is laid up
with a sore toe.-" '
i i , , , ' . ,
, Water Is again t lie all absorbing themo
in this district, and the people are deter
mined to take some steis that will once
and for all settle ;the question in this
community. At an adjourned meeting
held in the school house last Thursday
evening, steps were taken to investigate
the feasibility and possibility of organ
izing under the laws of the state an irri
gating district; 'W. .R. Hoolo was added
to the committee, to act during the ill
ness of G. Ri Cantner, and ho : was in
structed, by the eimnittee.. to carefully
examine the Taw m the matter, and as
certain w hat cau bedone toobtnin water
under that system and to -report at a
meeting "..to be t called by, the
committee. Mr, '," Hoole, through
the conrtefcy . ' of John Leland
Henderson, who 'ilaced his library ' at
Hoolo s Bervice, has examined - the law
and is ready to report. He has some in
teresting information to present and
urge that every body-interested In secur
ing permanent water should come out
to the meeting; yiat with the active! co
operation of the" people, this trouble
some question can he solved. He ad
vises that not only the citizens of the
Barrett district attend this meeting but
that all, East bide, West Side, and Hood
River people turn out and come to a
mutual agreement and then proceed to
the establishment a system big enough
and broad enough to furnish plenty
of water to every section of the ' valley.
Turn out everybody; and give the bene-
titof your 'oounoiU"
Water Meeting At a water meeting
to be held at the1 Barrett school house
on Friday night,' March 18, 1904, the
question of organizing an irrigating dis
trict under the laws of the state of Or
egon, will be presented and the law ex
plained whereby water can be obtained
for this valley in'" unlimited quantities
without having to mortgage your farms.
Come out, everybody.
D. V. Reavis Of Wallowa county, Or.,
is visiting his son, T. A. Reavis of this
district. Mr. Reavis is quite an aged
man, hut enjove life as much as when
he was young, lie is'extremely pleased
with this valley and thinks the possibili
ties for a yonn man to succeed here
surpass any country he has- any know
ledge Of.i'' '
If you want tu'live in this valley at
tend the water meeting nt the Barrett
school hduseoimext Friday night, March
18. Don't forgutJ the date.
Thomas Bishop1,1 jr., is still on the
sick liBt. The', change' from Toses to
Bnow balls was too, radical. Brace up
Tom, spring is here. ; "
The Booth store in Hood River, bejiev'
ing In the eternal fitness of things, .has
ottered to place his entire store and ex
tensive Btock of goods into the care and
custody of tlie ladies' aid ot the
Vallev Christian church for one
day, ThuredayMareh, 24, 1904, giv
ing to then) in aft) of rthair church or
ganisation all the' profits derived from
the sale of any , and all goods in the
store on that day, the aid society to fur
nish the manager and" the clerks. . The
ladies with all due appreciation of this
generous offer have accepted the same
and desire to notify all the friends of the
V alley Christian ehnrch and the gener
ous people of Hood River that onThnrS'
day, March 24, 1904, they will be At
Home at the Booth, and would be
pleased to have everybody call and ex
amine the goods they will have for sale
It will be a pleasure to the clerks: who,
bv the way, are six of the most beauti
ful ladies of the beauty-famed district of
Barrett, to display any of the goods in
their department, ho come one, come
all ; bring your mothers, fathers, sisters,
brothers, wives, husbands, lovers, and
even the dear mothers-in-law, and if
grandmother cannot cot out buv her
reminder of the day, and take it home
to ner. ine oojcctis gooa, neip it along,
II. I). Steward has purchased a horse
and wagon from ''Charlie'-Copple, and
now there is joy irt' -Stewardland. No
more tramping through mud and rain
to attend church and Sunday school
No more staying at home because of
bad weather. -No more colds be
cause of wet feet-aud. what fun for
the kids to feedr water, curry,, and
braid the flowing tail of the charger, and
what blissfnliiess can be obtained from
a boss and cart of your own, on a Friday
night, and Hoosief socials, ete.,etc.,etc..
to say nothing of ii. D. finding solace
in being able to get to business on time
when the season is not right for biking.
Oh how hppy Is the heart
When yon own your own cart.
And can In ke l I the k ids to town. .
Now to your frkudii yon can say,
It will be a pli'iuuu-e some day
To hlich up the pony and come down.
I-ost, strayed or itolen, probably the
latter, on last Saturday, between the
Barrett sqhoot'hottjje And the G. 'A. It.'
hall, one pony kid about 54 years of age;
ot a sorrel complexion, greenish eyes, a
woe-oegone expreesion, dressed in a
pair of red-topped boots and a O. A. R.
button, answers to the name of S. A, S.
If the young lady who was seen in con
versation with him Will return him' to
his guardian the matter will be dropped.
Ike Nealeigh was in Hood River Sat
urday inspecting the new Irrigating sys
tem he is about to put in operation on
S. A. Skinner had ' an offer on the
property he bought of Ike Nealeigh, but
did not accept;
At the Booth on'Tnarsday, March 24,
You want one now
that fall has come.
Drop in and see what
Savage has in the
stove line. Also ex
amine the many
other goods that are
unpacked dailv at
ill be found a goodly supply of pies,
cakes and other delicacies lor sale by the
ladies' aid. Reserve your appetite until
then, and on that day lay in Bunicient
for a month.
Save your farms by attending I tie
water meeting next Friday night at tbe
Barrett school house. ,
Rev A. A. Beery was handed a tele-
fihone message just as he commenced
lis sermon Sunday niiiht informing him
of the serious illness of some of his fam
ily. . He left for The Dalles on Sunday s
night train. The sympathy of his con
gregation is extended to him and all
trust that he may soon return with the
glad tidings all is well.
The Potter place is making a fine
allowing in the way of clearing and the
same can be said of numerous others
in this district .
We understand that O. R. Castner,
who met with quite a paiuful accident,
is gettieg along as well as could be ex
pected, and will soon be at work again.
Do not forget, good people Of Barrett,
that news olyour section attracts atten
tion, especially Of new - cornerB. So do
not leave ail to the imagination of your
correspondent, but seud us all the news
in your neighborliood, and let us unite
in making Barrett the banner district.
You who are wanting to sell outcan find
no better way of drawing attention to
your homes. It will even beat Barnes.
So give us your items. .
We are in receipt of a communication
that we are compelled t) decline owing
to its personality. We cannot ask the
editor to '.ake up kny neigh iwrliood
quarrels. All the people of Barrett wjll
enjoy and will take a joke-if given as
such, but nothing will tend discour
age settlement of newcomers jin your
neighborhood so much as to find aquar
rel going on among you. "1-et tis have
peace." Arbitrate your differences be
fore you adopt bitterness, and ; remain
friends, and you will find mucli greater
liappines8 in so doing. - Barrett's motto
is "Peace, liappiness and prosperity."
; Mount Hood Notes. (
. : Still it. now; and rains.
The political bee is begiuning to ' buzz
a little. :-The Williamson bee is bmreing
very low.' He says the Moody bee is
dead. However, we will see later o.i.
H. E. Davenport id looking for men to
go to work on the mill. He wants to
have it. ready to run within the next 10
days' if I he weather perrtiits. '
. The Dukes valley home talent gaveau
entertainment Friday night, and a dance
afterward. The boys say it was all O.
K., especially the "two or three A'ho
were put to sleep.
W. M. Andross is busy putting in logs
at the dam and will have two teams at
work in a few days.
There was a rise in the river last Mon
day and the logs went out in good sjiape.
The Mount Hood Lumber Co. are start-
E. R. Bradley
HIGH GRADE PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
We are here tg do your work today ,
tomorrow and every other day, and '
our money (what little we have)
is apent in Hood River. We want
jrour work and can do it neatly and
Cornor Stnte street find Paradise avenue.
RaUn, l to 1.50 u day. Hpeclal rules to
boarders. MKH. D. (1. ENTRICAN, l'rop.
J. F.. STRANAHAN,
Of 35 years' experience. Will fur
nish plans and specifications for all
kinds of buildings. Strictly up to date.
Located at Hood Hiver. ,- ...
J. HEMEREL & S0&S,
Hood River, Or.
FREDRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I'linriiMj- Arnold. Main HI.
IHMH r re,eri l, Main 2i.
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
S. H. COX.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Estimates Fi'rnirhki)
IIi-on Application. dl
BELIEU & REA,
M i'LAin ASD E4TIMATB W caiHiD-fc
I IS I
EL; B. BRAQQ & CO.
Now is the Accepted Time.
Get your Spray Material of
teg 1,331 " Hb
And you can depend
ing up their lumber camps again.
' Paul Aubert lias moved up to town on
his place he bought of John Vautliiers.
Paul says he intends to sell his hone
place as soon as he can and only lu.ve
one ranch to look after.
Dukes Valley Items.
Dukes valley has not appeared in the
Glacier forborne weeks. This ia proba
bly due to bad weather, as the It. F. I),
carrier cut us off since the' tmow until
last week, and we appreciate our mail
now. We did not know how nice it was
to have the mail come to our door until
we were cut out of the line.
The snow has not entirely gone, but
if the warm weather cotinuus it will not
There is talk once more of a saw mill
in our valley to be located on W. G.
Dodson's place. This would be a (food
thing for our valley.
J. F. Dodson anil Milton Hingernian
have gone to the lodging i-amp.
Ruby Chandler was in our valley dur
ing the week visiting friends.
Last Sunday was the regular appoint
ment for David Morrif to speak to us
at our school lioue, but from somo un
known cause he did not show up. Tiiore
is a certain class of Christians who are
afraid of water, but we hope Mr.
Morris is not one of them.
Last Sundav at our Snndav school we
had Mr. Sanders of Udell with iik, ani
after Sunday school he organized a
Christian Endeavor, which is to meet at
the school house at 7 o'clock each Sun
day with Mr. Sanders a9 president.
We understand that the young people
of J. F. Dodson have purchased an or
gan. This is the juurtli organ to be hauled
into our valley this winter. Who said
Duke's valley was not coining to the
Dr. M. A. lones and family spent
Tuesday at the Little White Store, vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Roswell (Shelley.
They will probably spend the summer
at Hood Kiver.
The roads Will be worked today by
the crowds going to, and from t lie pri
maries. .The politicians will probably
work their friends. This will prove an
active day in Portland, the result of
the factional fight there. The repub
licans outside of Multnomah county
should administer a severe rebuke as
well as some sort of punishment for
this senseless fight which means sim
ply the crowing- of personal ambition
and furnishes occupation for t lie polit
ical grafter. Such selfish work in the
republican party is proving a serious
detriment to the party. .
, Apple hauling is now on again, and
the apples are bringing a good price.
"The way back literature of Fast
Hood Kiver," spoken of by tbe liairett
correspondent, seems to have borne no
fruit in the way of road work. But the
fact remains that the road queslion is
proving a scriou problem and one that
must; be considered .if laud owners ex
pect to sell; Recently quite u party
were driven over the roads in dintrirt 7,
all newcomers, and they were loud in
.condemnation of our almost Impassable
roads. Investors reserve the right to
ehooxe their own locations, and good
roarts will go a long way toward sofv
ing this problem. The writer' also
claims the privilege of advocating good
roads anil intends to keep Immnierim;
Anticipating yo-r nmls I laid in a stock of Spring
' goods. The largest lint' of .Matting and Carpets in
the city. You may need a 'ang or Cook stove. I
have them. February is our winter month. I have
Heaters. Have you that tired feeling? J have
Hookers that will give-you re.-t. Everything in the
- Furniture line to meet all conditions.' And lowest
prices guaranteed. Lixtcn! We are here for our
share of the business. Come and stv us. We will
show you how it is done. Will give you the key
to the first move a Mpiare deal. Your money is
just ns goo'd as your m-ihbor's, and will buv as
much as his money. Full line of Imilditi: material
that will be sold at IVd I ode pliers. Look it over
Undertaker and Embalmer
Jtt&t terror: -
on it being GOOD.
away on the subject, regardless of eon
sequences. The Little While Store nowownsone
of tbe best freight tennis on the road,
having traded their pair of English
shire marcs to James Eggert for his
lnrge team of geldings. A minister at
Udell- reivntly referred to tlie horse
trader us a man almost beyond reform,
yet there are times when even in horse
liaiiing that both parties can be ben
efited and be ch - led respectable. It is
so in this ease. 1 The Little White Store
has now a splendid pair of freighters
and Mr. Eggert one of the best ranch
teams in the valley as well as good
SCHOOL KNTKKTA INMENT.
The Odell school will give an enter
tainment nt tlie I'liion ciiiirch, Satur
day evening, March V), for the benefit
of the school library fund. Extensive
preparations are being made, and the
enlei t.iinmeiit pMiiiines to be no ordi
nary affair. Tbe exercises will begin
promptly at S o'clock. l!i? sure and
iconic, and bring the folks to eniov llie
treat, (iive the school a rousing ben
elit. Admission lfic. Following is tlie
Song Fairy Moonlight
Hesitation Marie l.ockmaii
Recitation Naomi J'.oyed
Kcciliition Alice Handera
Hesitation John Shiller
Song Golden Days ,
Hesitation Bernard Callison
Hesitation Austin Locktnan
Drill Nine girls
Recitation Leona Carries
Song Pirolee '.
Xofes From Undenvoad.
liy the H. hool Children.
It snowed some today (Monday), but
melted almost us soon us it came down.
licit Veateh returned home hist Sat
urday, after looking nrouud the lower
valley for a lot-aiiori. We understand
his trip was not satisfactory.
A. J. Haynt-s is busy improving- his
house on bis ranch, also making out
J. M. Springs of Chenowith was seen
in our neighborhood today.
Frank Larson returned from Port
land last week.
Mrs. A. J. Huynes' brother of Straw
berry Flat is visiting bur for a few days.
A few of the Underwood young peo
ple attended a dance at the Falls last
Little Eva Thornton, daughter of
M. E. Thornton of Thorntonville, met
willi quite a serious accident one day
last week. While she and her brother
Hugh were staking out a garden, tbe
little girl ' held the' stake while her
brother was going to split it with the
ux. In doing so she dropped the stake,
and as is supposed, readied over to
pick it up just us tlie ax came down,
soiling m deep gash In her band. Dr.
Dumhle was called and sewed up the
wound. At last report she was ttettinir
M. E. Thornton has been quite ill
but is improving lately.
Spring flowers are beginning to ap
pear. Some of the pupils brought in
quite n lwiiiet liisti l'h ursdny . March ID.
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