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HOOD RIVEB GLACIER, THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 13, 1904.
A ball whi given at Hubuiu, at Mor
dlcalJonea', Saturday night, Septem
ber 24. It la reported that over 150 per
sons were present, and anpper was ser
ved to Quite a number of Trout
Lake citizens attended. Among them
were Mr. ami Mm. Fay Fritz. Mr. ond
Mr. Kingman, Mr. and Mr. Byrkett
and Mis Janet Loov. All aeerued to be
In good apiritt and ay they enjoyed
the ball very much.
Mr. and Mm. Miller and their two
younger children apent a few daya of
fast week In Uoldeodale visiting rela
tive. James Coate, the eldest son of Rep
resentative and Mrs. Coate, has gone
to Portland where he will remain
this winter and attend a business col
lege. Mrs. Wagiilu, who Is in Portland at
the hospital sick with typhoid fever,
Is reported to he convalescing.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Frltx, who is now in the care of
Mr. and Mrs. lloze, owing to tho separ
ation between Mr. Fritz and wife, is in
healthy condition, and ia growing
rapidly. It also has the best of care,
regardless of the reports to the con
trary. George Camp, while burning logs In
clearing, burnt bis left foot quite bad
ly, and ia unable to wear his shoe.
Mrs. Witt Is spending few days In
Portland. Mr. Witt is moving from
Lyle to their Trout Lake home. Sen-tinel.
Fred and James Ingalls have relumed
from the North Yakima bop fields, and
speak very well of the hop raising
Tho telephone In this district for the
past two weeks has been Just a dead
fetter continual ring for ventral but
no reply. I am Informed that the
chief of the young lady operators has
gone to the St. Louis fair. Perhaps
that Is why we cannot get central.
Another addition to Barrett' district.
On Saturday in the early hour of the
morning, the homo of F. C. Bherrieh
wat. blessed with another daughter.
Mother and baby are doing well. K.
C. feels young yet.
Will Ellis ha purchased a yearling
colt from fine trotting stock. Suppose
Will will have him on the track soon.
W notloed Rev. Cummlngsand wife
Brother Holman and other panning
through our streets on Sunday morn
ing on their way to Parkertown to
hold preaching service at that place.
We say go on with the good work.
Apple picking ha begun In earnest
at I'lue Grove, and will contluue for
some week, The crop la a large a
Rev. and Mr. 8nlgbt of The Dalles
were guest at the home of L. K. Clark
Mr. Bitting, who came up from
Portland In hope of benefitting bis
health, returned to that city last week
accompanied by U. A. Newman.
Mr. Rollins and family of Redding,
California, arrived In Plue Grove Octo
ber 6. Mr. Rollins Intends to make bl
future home lu Hood River valley.
A iDellliiK school was organized Hat
urday evening October 8, for social and
cducatloual purposes. Many were
present and all report a pleasant
well aa profitable time.
Fred Mack went to The Dalle lust
week to look at tome land, with a view
of purchasing it.
Friday evening. October 21, there
will be given an entertainment at Pine
Grove school. Au Interesting program
will be rendered, after wblou the real
fun will begin. Come one aud all.
The night will not be dark for we have
secured nature's electric light (the
moon) lo light the way. Girts, bring
a basket placing therein, besides a
lunch, a night cap, the counterpart of
which keep lu your own possession for
the purpose of Identifying basket.
Program will be given later.
Messrs. Martin Dragaeth and Will
Maglll took In the county fair at The
Dalle lust week.
Mr. and Mr. H. Lege spent Sunday
Misses Mabel Rlddell and Mara
Smith attended the superintendents'
and principals' club which met In
Hood River Saturday.
A debate was given by members of
the ninth and tenth grades last Friday
afternoon, the question being "Re
solved, That womeu have the right lo
vote." Leaders were, Edith Wlncholl,
affirmative, and Charlie tage, negative.
The negative came out victorious.
Miss Nettie Uleason entertained a
few of her friends Friday evening,
October 17. A very enjoyable evening
Hello, friends) We have not all gone
to sleep out here; on the contrary
everyone Is very much alive. The
mill la running full blast; logging goes
merrily ou, and Mark Davenport has
a crew of 20 men at work at Green
point. So you see we are all alive yet.
Mrs, J. R. Bennett went to Hood
River last Monday, where she was the
guest of Mrs. Robert White until Tues
day, then took the train to Portlaud
for a abort visit witb friends,
S. S. Job us went to The Dalles last
Thursday, where he bad some business
affairs to took after, While there lie
took lo the annual fair.
George M. Cornwall, a "lumber
newspaperman," csme out to Parker-
town last Monday with Messrs. Kelsuy
and Davenport. They took him for a
drive up to Greenpolnt, and he ex
pressed himself as having enjoyed the
trip very much.
Willis Thornburg Is cooking for the
crew at Greenpolnt, and the boys are
all very loud In tbelr praise of his art
in that line.
The mill had a break-down on last
Friday, which might have been very
serious, only for the brave and quick
action of John Shaffer, engineer, and
Fred Newby. It was at first thought
a new fly wheel would be necessary,
but repairs have been made by which
it is hoped everything will go all right
They expect to lie running the mill
again by October 11.
surly manner that the officer
place him under arrest.
Saturday he was given triul before
Justice NickclHen. The peddler pleaded
not guilty, lint further than mat ne
would say nothing. He refused coun
sel. Attorney UarUig sppes ed for
the prosecution. Justice Xiokelsen sen
tenced the prisoner to 3U days i" the
county jail and to pay a fine of $.'().
Marshal Olinger took tne prisoner to
The Dalles, Sunday morning. The
fine bus not been paid, which will
increase his sentence ten days. Marshal
01 inner says Zimmerman intimated he
wuuld serve his time aud made threats
that he voiild get even with Davenport
yet. dinger will keep watch for the
gentleman aa soon us lie has served his
ABLE TALENT AT
The entertainment committee for the
fair have made elaborate preparations
for each night. They have -ecure l i
large tent and have la-en able ti get
together the best talent, in Portland mid
tlnott Kiver lor these nignt.
Thursday night Mr. cWi -r, leader.
of the Marqiiaiu Grand theater orches
tra, will give as choice a concert as has
ever been given in Hood River.
Friday, Press club night, local talent
will assist tlie Press club.
Saturday night, a concert, in which
several of Hood River's favorite ama
teur will take part. Miss Nettie G lea
son gives a reading "The Gipsy Flower
Girl" in costume, which alone will be
worth the admission price. Mrs. 8let
ten' lieautiful voice will be heard to
advantBge in "For All Kternitv."
Mrs. II. L. Humble and Miss Anne
Smith have been untiring in their
efforts to make the entertuinmentsduring
the fair a complete success. It was
through the efforts of Mrs. Humble that
the services of the Webber Mandolin
club have been secured. Mr. Weblier
Is one of the best known instructors of
the Pacific coast on the mandolin, ban
jo and guitar.
Only a lew years ago tne niamioun,
banjo and guitar were regarded in the
light of a fad; now they are recognized
as legitimate musical instruments, and
are yearly growing in popular favor.
Many persons who do not fancy the
harsh strident tones of the piano, find
in the melody of their tone a happy
medium for expression of musical
Does He Deserve Such Luxuries!
Williams, who is in iail at The Dulles
under death penalty awaiting the action
of an appeal to the supreme court, is
well nigli Hopeless, lie refuses w see
most of those who apply for an interview
saying he isdbgusted with the morbid
curiosity they display toward him. We
understand the authorities refine to let
him have the paper to'read. litis, we
think, is a mistake, the penalty in his
case is not solitary confinement but that
he shall be taken from the Jail and
hanged until he is dead. ' Besides, he
is now in a position that allows a re-ex-amlnation
of parts ot his chho and may
be said to be still on trial. The only
thing demanded by the law, of the olli
cers in whose care he is, is safe keeping.
He asks for some drawing papar and
crayons, hut expressed himself in a way
that he did not expect to receive them.
While we are among those who accept
the correctness of the jury's verdict, and
believe Williams to be, and to have
been a dangerous man, we would say
there is no need of the additional pun
ishment ol seclusion furtucr than to as
sure his safe keeping. Dufur Dispatch
Buy a Lewis and Clark Dollar.
The Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex
position Company offers for sale at the
price of two dollars eachOOO souvenir
gold dollars. To each purchaser of five
coins will lie given one coin free of
charge, making six for ten dollars. Thene
coins are issued by the secretary of the !
treasury, undei authority of an act of
congress, approved by President Roose
velt, April 13, HKM. The issue is limit
ed lo 250,000.
These coins are singularly interesting
from the fact that they have two heads
or obverses. On one side is the head
of Captain William Chirk and the words
"United Mates ol America ' and "one
Dollar." On tho other side appear the
bead of Captain Merriweatlier Lewis
and the words" Lewis-Clark Exposition,
Portland, Ore." ami tho date, "11)04."
The coin has neither wreath nor stars.
Some estimate of the value of this
small issue of souvenir legal tender gold
dollars may be made from the present
value of the ordinary United States gold
dollar, of which there were coined 10,
41W,8a7 between the years 1K41I and 18MI.
These now sell for t each.
No coins of this issue will be placed
upon sale at a '.ower figure than is quot
ed in this circular. All coins are sent
SEE FRUIT FAIR
A party of 150 Portland business men
will pass through Hood River tonight
hound f-r Walla Walla, where they will
be l lie guests .f the Commercial club
to-morrow. Returning that night they
hnve rrnnged p spend two hours in
Hood River Friday moriijng to view the
It is the intention of tho Hood River
Commercial club to have the visitoia
spend the dav here. If they conclude
todoso, 'resident P.utler bos arranged
to lake the Portlaiiders on a drive into
ilie valley. Tom Richardson of Port
hind U very anxious to have the Port
land men stay here until Friday after
noon, hut he says the men will be anx
ious to return to their work, and there
fore it may not be possible to' persuade
them to slay longer than the two hours
scheduled to see the fruit fair.
The business men will be accompanied
by their wives and other members of
their families. Kach excursionist will
wears uhit- badge hearing the woid
Portland" in gib letters. The badges
w 11 be belli in place by u L-wis and
t'ln ike exposition button.
Following are some of the Portlaiiders
who will be members of tho parly:
F. F. Gaylord, of Bell fc Co ; W. J.
Burns, president chamber of commerce ;
W. II. McMonies, of W. H. McMonies
& Co.; F. W. Ariss, of AriB, Campbell
& Gault; C. L. Mastlck, of C. L. Mast
irk & Co.; Geo. F. Robertson, of Blake,
McFall & Co.; J. Clark, of J. Clark &
Co. ; D. J. Kan, of Zan Hro. ; J. D. Car
son, of Northrup t Sturgis; Paul de
Haas, of C. Ootzian & Co. ; H. Wemnie,
of Willamette Tent & Awning Co.; J.
Closset, of Closset & Hovers, J. E. Haz
eltine, of J. E. Har.eltine A Co.; F. L.
Zimmerman, of Zimmerman, Wells,
Brown Company ; K. Klirnian, of Mas
on, Jitirman Co.; j-.a. npencer, oi
Allen & Lewis; E. i;iosset, of i iosset ot
I levers: L. A. Lewis, of Allen A Lewis;
Mark Ievy, of Levy & Co.; Charles R.
Ivy, of Levy & Spiegel; C. M. Rohr;
C. H. Pape, of Willamette lion & Steel
Co. ;M.A. Markowitz, of Bushong &
Co. j E, H. Morehouse, of Morehouse
& Co. : W. A. Goss, of Acme Mills Co. ;
I. N. Flieschner, of Lleischner, Mayer
A Co. ; H. W. Goodo, president of the
Lewi and Clarke fair; M. L. Kline, of
Gauld & Kline; 1.. H. Parker, of Fair
banks, Morse & Co. ; W. C. Lawrence,
of Geo. Lawrence company; H. D. Kil-
am. of Kilhsm Stationery Co. ; Ghas.
Dej ette, of Marshall, Wells Hardware
Co!; Geo. Iwrence, Sr., of Geo. Law
rence Company; J. Hmith, of Marshall,
Wells Hardware company ; I. M. Schw
artz ; C. F. Frazor, of E. C. Atkins &
Co. ; M. 1). Wisdom, of North Pacific
Rural Huirit: R. Lutke. of Lutke&Co.;
Otto Breynan, of Breynan & Co.; I. B.
Ijowenlierg, ol JUowenoerg, uoing uo. ;
S. C. Chapman, of Chapman Lumber
Company; J. K.Gill, of J. K. Gill Co.;
U. Albers; A. H. wagner, of water
house & Lester; W. Whiting, of Fisher
Thorson company; F. J. Weber, of Web
er Bros.; F. S. Kelley, of the Portland
F ouring Mills: T. 8. McKnth. ol the T.
X. McGrath company ; G. P. Henderson,
of the Portland Colteo and npice com
pany; J. C. Conlisk; Geo. Taylor, of
Tavlor & Co. ; J. J. Boss, of MolineBain
company; J. O. Humphry, of Advance
Thresher Company; C. O. Woodcock, of
Standard Box Uinioer company; u.
O. Graves, of the Averill company; H.
D. Hudson, of the H. D. Hudson Arms
company; VV. II. Corbett, of Willamette
Iron A Steel Works; F. H. Hanson, of
EaHtarn & Western Lumber company;
C Lombardi, of W. A. Gordon company ;
Henry Jenning. of Henry Jenning
A Sons; M. Mosessohn, assistant
secretary chamber of commerce
D. N. Mosessohn, of the Mosessohn
Advertising Agency; Samuel Con-
nel, of the Aorthwest iioor company
Doctors first prescribed
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral over
60 years ago. They use it
today more than ever. They
rely upon it for colds, coughs,
They will tell you how It
heals inflamed lungs.
" I hut a Try bait cows for threa yntt.
Thau 1 triad Ajar'i Oharrj Pectoral. Myiore
luiifti nn aoou haaledaud aij cough dioppao
""'mr. Psabl HtdB, Onthrla Centre, la.
5Se Mr... fl.OO. 1- a. AYn oo.
Do Not Fail to Attend the
Annual Meeting of the
One Ayer's Pill at bedtime insures
a natural action noxt morning.
ing the country for Ilrj an. He says he
is going to support Turner for Governor
through the columns of the Enterprise,
and the Democrats of the county are
going to moke up a fund for him to circ
ulate his paper among the voters during
the cainpain. Mr. Harlan is a relative
of Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court,
while Mrs. Harlan is a cousin to Ex
President Clevelaiid.-Centerville Jour
nal. ' '
Wagnou I.oi-es Suit Against Chambers,
In the suit of H. D. Wagnon against F.
L. Chambers to recover $1050 balance
due for finding s purchaser for thefyrop
erty of the Valley Improvement Com
pany for $1000. Judge Cleland rendered
a decision in favor of the defendant.
The defendant contended that Wagnon
was to muke a sale for $:SO,000 and was
to receive $1200, but didn't make it and
was paid $150 expenses, which was all
that was coming to him.
to purchasers by registered mail at
oeiiHe of tne hxpoHition (
These coins may also be
extiense of the Exposition company
Hut lor A Co's. bank.
Threatened to Kill Prank Davenport.
For threatening to kill Frank Daven
port, because oi tne mammy to Becure
a settlement of a small account, John
Zimmerman, the one armed peddler
who was conspicuous on the streets of
the city last week, is now serving 30
days in the county lad at The Dalles.
Zimmerman was going about town
seeking Mr. Davenport and making
threat that he would collect the bill at
all hazards. Marshal Oliniier took
sway bis gun, when he acted in such a
Heart to Skamania County Mines.
William Dawson,of Karington, Illinois,
who is interested in tho Kammroo group
of mining claims in the 8t. Helens dis
trict, reports that there has been a large
amoant of work done in the district tins
season, and that the thing most needed
now is a railroad. He is confident that
a railroad will reach the mines within
the next two or three years at the latest,
and that there is good reason to believe
that the work of building tho railroad
will actually commence next year. Mr.
Dawson states that although there are
many good mining clnims taken up,
there Is a In rue area of the St. Helens
district that has not yet been prospected
and when the railroad conies to be nn
assured fact there will bo a big rush to
the district to prospect and stake out
claims. Htevenson l'ioneer.
Ashland lVncli Season Nearlng End.
The Ashland Fruit association is load
ing a car of Salway peaches today,
whose destination is l.os Amceh-s, ami
which is the second car thev have load
ed this week. The crop of Sahvavs was
never better, either in quality or quan
tity, than it is this year, and the prices
promise lo re a little Inciter than those
litained for the late Crawfords. The
hitter variety ami the Muns have been
K'lthered, and the axsociiition'sphipmeiit
of the two varieties combined were
about 15,000 boxes. The L'i.OOO boxes
ol i-.ariy Crawfords marketed hv the
association are being settled for w ith
me growers, ami the average prices
obtained were for fancies, ttt cents; and
lor As, 47 cents. Apples are coming in
freely and there will be a number of
carloads shipped from Ashland, most
which win oo to tsan rrancisco and
other points south. Ashland Tidings.
Must Have licrii Fine Ones.
. C. Lacy of Hlm-khorse, presented
The Times, Hsturdav, with a box of
choice plums of the Columbia and Uol
den drop varieties. They were fine
ones, grown without irrigation, and
prove beyond doubt that with propef
cultitAtion fruits can be snooest-fullv
raised here without the trouble of water-
111 them. The plums were equal in
every respect to those grown in the
Binous noou Kiver valley. ileppner
Work of the Development League
Portland, Ore., Oct. 4, 1 (MM. The
design for the Oregon Development
LeHiruo letter heads to lie ued by. the
commercial and industrial organizations
holding membership in that body will
he given to the printer Octocer 10.
Membership in tins organization costs
each commercial body (5.00, and this
entitles them to one thousand letter
heads made local lu every particular,
No nienilierships can be accepted
between October 10 and January 1, Wm,
as these let iter heads will contain on the
back the names and addresses of the
corresponding nflicerg ol the several or
iiani.ations and condensed statistics ro-
trarding Oregon as a state. The first
order will be for fifty thousand letter
heads, and all bodies not holding
membership are urged to please remit
$5.00 before Octolier 10.
The ollicers of the Oregon Irriga
tion Association held a meeting in the
rooms of the Portland Commercial
Club today and decided that they
would send s large delegation to El
Paso, Texas, to attend the conven
tion in that city, and invite the Con
gress to meet in 11HI5 in Portland. It
is especially desired that Oregon have
a la rite dekvatinn present at El Paso
Mayors of cities and Presidents of
Commercial Clubs are urged to ap
point delegates to attend this Con
llib prize articles entered for con
test in the offer made by the Port
land Commercial Club will be turned
over to the nidges October lo. it is
necessary that these articles shall
have apiieared in papers printed out
side of the state of Oregon before Oc
toiler 1, 1W04. A great deol of Inter
est has lieen excited in this contest
and it has resulted in securing an
enormus amount of advertising for
the state of Oregon.
Enquiries addressed to the Oregon
Development 1esgue and the Portland
Commercial Club are being received
from all portions of the United States,
Canada, Mexico, and some from Eu
ropean countries and homeseckers,
with a view of becoming permanent
residents of Oregon, are looking over all
portions of the state.
the excursion of the business men
of Portland to North Yakima, includ
ing stops at Seattle and Tacoma, was
very sm-essful, and the success of a
similar business men's excursion to
Walla Walla, Washington, is already
It Won't Take Long, Either.
The Oregon Press Association meets
in Hood River October 14 and 15. At
this time the fair is in progress and the
Hood Kiver country proposes to con
vince the Oregon editors that they have
as tine country as can be found in the
state. Eugene Register.
Best Country Weekly in the Country.
A. A. Schenck of Omaha, who had
written for a copy of the Glacier that
had gone astray lu the mails, says on
receipt of the delayed paper:
"1 always miss very much my ula-
cier on Monday, when the mails mis
carry. Vour paper is one oft tie best
weekly papers in this country."
Northwest News Notes.
Mitchell, Wheeler county, suffered an
other Hood a week ago Sunday night, a
waterspout ruling the main street to a
considerable depth, and doing $750
worth of damage..
Oregon turned into the treasury near
ly a million and a half dollars during
the last fiscal year from the rale of pub
lic lun-ls. The state heads the list for
the sale of public lands, leading its neaiy
est compeditor by more than $100,000.
A daily mail service lias been estab
lished between llcnd and Kilver Lake.
This completes the chain of daily mail
service across the state north and south,
between the railroad at Shaniko and the
railroad at Madeline, California.
The Fossil Journal has started a move'
ment for a Wheeler county exhibit next
year at the 1005 fuir. There is nothing
slow about J nn Stewart.
It developed st the Methodist confer
ence.held last week at Eugene, that sever
al preachers receive less than $.'SO0 a year
each, a few of them not to exceed
and one only $ls).
Advertised letter List,
Cooper, Miss Lizzie(2)Clnrk,Miss Edith
Wand, Mvrtle (2)
Karnes, S,' T.
Neil, John W.
Reno, C. R.
Hherer, A. L.
Annual Picnic and Log Rolling: of the
Oregon I. W.
Finest Display of Fruit ever shown
Three Days of Entertainment
Special Excursion Rates
Wait! Wait! Wait!
Don't buy your Fall and Winter MILLINERY
Until you see our line of
French Patterns and Novelties
at our New Store.
Miss Haven, of The Dalles, will be with us at the Grand Opening ol
our New Store, with a complete line of
Tailored and Trimmed Patterns
The finest line of MILLINERY ever shown in the City.
J. E. RAND, Prop.
Barnes, Mr-Mrs ST
Kirich, K. C.
Peterson, C. A.
Smith, V. F.(2)
W. M. YATES, P. M.
Bargains in Real Estate.
4-room house, good lot within live
minutes' walk of post office, fliOO,
4-room bonne und corner lot 100x100;
city water, close in, lor $450. Terms,
$100 down and balance $10 per month.
House and two lots 50x1.10, each, for
sale or will exchange for Country prop
erty. This is a bargain.
40 acres of KKd apple land if lionlit
now can be had for $1000. If you want
a snap here it is.
800-acre stock ranch for sale or ex
change, situated within l.Sj miles from
Summer hotel, fine house, magnificent
view, 8-acre orchard, best varieties, good
meadow, in all IS) acres. This must be
old and can be had at a bargain,
20 acrer line apple land on Last Side
10 acres partly cleared, 2 acres cleared,
are tillable, .'! miles out.
Remember we will exchange as well
as sell pour property for you.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.
CHESLEY & KOPPE
IUVK OPBNKD A
Will Ituild Larger Warehouse.
Straimhan A Raglev, Hood River rep
resentatives of the Wasco Warehouse
Milling Co., The Dalles, whose ware-
bullae was burned at the time of the
lUvidsim Are, have not vet decided upon
a location for their warehouse. Mr.
Straiiahan says it will depend some
what on the grading of the street lead
ing to the railroad freight depot. He
left Tuesday for Portland to confer with
Snperintendant O'Hrien in regard tothe
The old warehouse had a capacity of
five or six cars of feed, and Mr. Strana
han says w hen they buiM they expect to
have a larger building, and to ingage in
snnie additional biisines. J use what
this will be Mr. Stranahau says has not
been determined upon.
An Kdltnr Notably Related.
Editor Harlun of the White Salmon
Enterprise uccompanied by his wife
si?nt Sunday in Centreville. This is
Mr. Harlan's first visit to Centreville
, since four years ago when he was stiSmp-
New Pool Room
In the Building next to the
place to spend the
Is still on, and will continue
throughout the season. We
are receiving new invoices
each week, and von will do
well to mil and inspect before
Tel. .Vain 15s. Hood Biver Height
HOOD RIVER PLUMBING COMPANY
WOICKA & HEMMEN, Proprietors.
Sanitary Plumbing' and Tinning'
AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL FURNACE
Pumps, Windmills, Pipe, Fittings, Everything in Plumbing and Tinning Line
rALL X W 11 1 DK UHUCK VV EAK
AT R. B. BRAGG & CO 'S
Infants' Cotton Fleeced Underwear from 20c up.
Infants' Wool Vests at 35c up
Children's Union Suits, 35c up, as well as 2-piece Suits at 25c per
garment and up.
Ladies' Union Suits at 65c per suit and up.
Ladies' Union Suits, Wool, button down front, at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2.25.
Ladies' 2-piece Suits in Cotton and Wool.
Men's All-Wool Suits at 90c per garment and up.
Men's All-Wool Union Suits.
Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Gowns.
Men's Outing Outing Flannel Night Shirts.
COME TO US FOR ALL KINDS OF
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