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ORSGOH, FRIDAY, APIUIi 1, 1010.
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INSURGENT FIGHT WILL
bonds carrying loss than 2 per
Thoro will be a similar light on th&
administration railroad bill, which
Is called up and laid aside In the sen
ate every day. General speeches are
in order and afterwards the bill will
bo considered section by section
Washlncton. April 1 Although
-this will be an insurgent tight in
the senate botween now and the end
of the present session of congress,
there will be no fireworks, such as
accompanied the recent uprising in
tho house against me ruies. ima
the statement of affairs according
to statements of some of the leaders
today. . . ...
In the senate the insurgent fight
will be brought out wnen aununis
iration measures are up for discus
sion. These measures, supposeu w
represent the platform idoas of the
republicans, will be attacked by the
Insurgent senators in debate, and
they will fight hotly for such chan
ges as they think necessary to mako
thorn nearer their Ideas of what has
been promised the people.
The progressives in the senate
havo the same Inspiration for war
fare as those of tho house, but con
ditions in the senate are not such as
call for the made of warfare waged
by the representatives, There is no
fssuo regarding rules. The influence
that controls the senate is more sub
tle, and not so clearly centralized
sa Cannon's power in the house,
Thoreforo the flight will bo made as
an attack on reactionary measures.
While the democratic representa
tive stood solidly in line with re
publican Insurgents to bring about ton scneuuies, according
revolution in tho house, nothing of colleagues, Is preparing a
the sort could be accomplished even that will attract nation-wide atten
it there were occasion for such a tion when the tariff amendment
condition in tho senate. ' comes up.
Those who are familiar wun sen-i r
Portland Journal: On a news
i page of this paper Is told tho story
' of how the Multnomah Mohald mills
of Portland is soon to start its looms.
I Shortly after April 1 the wheels will
begin to whir and within thirty days
; thereafter a finished product of high
grade mohair cloths will appear In
tho market. Half a million dollars'
worth of output will be manufactur
ed annually, for the present, and
from a first-class plant in which
more than $200,000, mostly Port
i land capital, Is Invested. In the con
struction of the plant tho finest ma
' chlnery known to the business has
been applied, some of it having been
brought from Bradford, England,
A. A Jl
FIntH. irarMt, moot plewant to
, ncf rtvt In.UJit rllfto
coceb or toy f rrtr ih caturb.
Get Free Sample
t ToordminrlftV. or teo nd too
mmurr K uodon tor. Always
teptudr, or unto
Hondon Mfg. Co.
a broadside at the bill and his fel
low insurgents think he has scored.
Aldrlch rose a few days afterwards
and said the friends of tho bill in
tended to offer some amendments.
Ho wanted it understood, however.
that their action was not influenced
by Senator Cummins.
Senator KIkins also gavo warning
a few days later that, however, much
the amendments were In line with
Cummins' Ideas, they were the child
Cummins of Iowa has already fired , oiwu irom urau -a - syX0PSIS Qp
hrnnrisififi at tna mil ana nis rei- " "-wi - - ----- . CTupminw ti trim
In the mohair Industry. The estaD- .f.v-."-1' " IVPP
llshment is one of five of tho kind JASAS CITA LIFE ISLTiAC
In tha lTnltorl Qf-ltoS -JTIrt la (ho ntllV CXjJII ANi.
one west of the Mississippi river. UI 1ansasi. It, ln tne .1? 01 ls I packing stock No. 1, 24
One hundred and fifty operatives'?""1'' ou "e.J1B.1 aay oi uecemoer, i Nevr Cheese Per lb,
San Francisco, March 29. Whon
Australian and Propo, $1.952:
Sonora, $1.952.12; good to j
choice, Calif. Club, $1.774 1.80; I
Northern whoat. blucstem, $1,85 0) i
1.90; club. $1.774 1.80; Turkey,
$1,774 1.85; -Russian Rod,
$1774 1. SO.
Barley Feed barley, $1.33
1.35; fancy, $1.364; common to
fair, $1.25 1.32; browing and ship
ping, $1.374 1.40; Chevalier,
Eggs Per dozen, Calif, fresh in
cluding cases, extras, 22; firsts.
214; seconds, 204; thirds, 194-
Buttor Per lt.. Calif, fresh ex-
itras, 26; firsts, 254; seconds, 25;
will be employed, of whom 20 ex
perts are brought from the east and
the others local people who will be
come skilled in their work through (
instruction from tho experts. ,
Tho incident signalizes tho line or
1909, made to tho Insurance Com-1 i, ,. icit. fli ik- trnniis.
mlssioner of the state of Oregon, , . raut ' Ynnmr American fancv.
IS; firsts, 17; Eastern Oregon,
19; do. young America, 20; storage,
Now York Cheddars fancy. 20; do.
rcn of tho minds of those who draft- activity in which a great deal more
ed thorn. The biggest fight on this should be heard in the future Ore-
measure will be over the section ere-,
ating a court of commerce. Here w
tho insurgents of the senate will ore- 'y
Similar mills for utilizing the.
pursuant to law:
Amount of capital
paid up $
during the year . .$
? i 'i, r nmn ohpoo will ultimate-, Interest, dividends
lv become more numerous. Water a.nd rents received
luu .au.6-"i : nar to ho thA ultimata drlv- aunng tne year ..
sent a preuy wen unuea ironi. jiosi . -- ---- jncom frnm nthor
of them oppose the court idea, Ins force of souses V v
ri a i m . f i 11. . i i. inn ri 'r ri ii:ik ;l n i mh:i k t:ii u l i
i nu uiriii win vo me buujeci oi v - o- -
still another clash, it Is declared, water powers than almost any state
The measure will bo under discus-. in the union.
slon when the civil sundry bill with In the case of mohair, the Oregon
an nmnndmont for an annronrl.itlon raw material is notable for its ex
during the year. ,
for a tariff commission comes up.
Dolllver, of Iowa, who figured prom
inently in tho fight against the cot-
ate affairs declare that, in event of
a close vote on an Aldrich measure,
itldrlch could probably summon
some democratic votes. The insur
gents, they say, could not.
No organization has been perfect
ed toy the senate progressives and no
effort has been made to agree on a
program. The progressives in the
senate differ so in their views that
it would be impossible to agree on a
Tho future fights of tho insurgents
In the senate will be made along the
same lines as those so far conducted.
The first was on the postal savings
bank bill, and was successful.
Tho bill made it possible to use
the deposits of the postal banks to
purchase $700,000,000 of 2 per cent
government bonds now in the hands
of the bankers. A fight was made
on the proposition, it being charged
that the object In view was to allow
tho banks to dispose of these low In
terest bonds and buy in the forth
coming Panama 3 per cent bonds.
The bill was amended so that the
funds could not be
Best Treatment for Colds.
"Most ordinary colds will yield to
the simplest treatment," says the
Chicago Tribune, "moderative laxa
tives, hot foot baths, a free perspir
ation and an avoidance of exposure
to cold and wet after treatment."
While this treatment is simple, it
requires considerable trouble, and
the one adopting it must remain ln
doors for a day or two, or a fresh;
cold is almost sure to be contracted, :
and ln many instances pneumonia ,
follows. Is It not better to pin your
faith to an old reliable preparation
like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
that Is famous for its cures of colds
and can always bo depended upon''
For sale by all good druggists,
Read the pain formula on the box
of Pink Pain Tablets. Then aski
your Doctor if there Is a better one. I
Pain means congestion blood pres-.
sure somewhere. Dr. Shoop's Pink 1
Total income ....$ 996,014.54
Paid for losses, en
and surrender val
Dividends paid to pol
icy holders during
Dividends paid on cap
ital stock during
Style Plus Quality
A SERIOUS condition of the Cloth.s
1 ing trade today is a continuous sacrifice of stvl?
for quality, or quality for style, to maintain a sensible cost. A f
...c.s uo comoine style and qUai,v I"
you know ,t reiulu in 'an exofi,
Let us tell you the problem to.
combine style and qua tv vn t. .
it solved in Clothcraft Clothes ru'
craft makers have blazed the trail ! .?
scientific tailoring method, " ,hc,r
We investigated the c!nti,:
because we wanted to offer you the
best the country afforded. And we 2
proud to be known as the Clothcraft Store
cellence. Tho climate and foods are
peculiarly favorable to goat produc
tion, and to the growth of a mohair
fibre that the manufacturing world
wants. In this respect the state is
very similar to Bradford, which has
for years maintained a commanding i
position in tho Industry. In Polk,
Benton and several otner western
tMAA nnnntlna rrnrx f fn ic rrr Tina tlA 1
come a very important and profit-1 Commissions and sal
able industry. The appearance In) Pad during
tho field of tho Multnomah Mohair year
mills will utilize the finer grades of , TaxGS- "senses and
mohair, will save to the. grower the fes PaJd during the
great expense of shipping it un-j year .......... .
scoured to eastern mills, will keep i Amount of all other
the transportation cost in Oregon, ! expenditures . .
will eliminate the fees of middlemen , -and
will afford employment to a long i Tota' expenditures $
He? nf nnnri Mroo Tt 0T1011IH rmrl ! Assets.
n.ihtiooo -n-ni tva n hotto,- nrifp tn i Market value of bonds
the grower, will save tie cost of
hauling the finished product from
eastern mills back to Oregon, and
will keep bodily in this state the
$500,000 a year that will be the
nrocont ntitrmf nf thp stnh1lRhmpnt.
rt is a field which, by its extension Net; uncollected and
to other raw materials, can be made i deferred premiums
of immense factorship In the en
largement and enrichment of the
state. It is a character of activity
that has so far been of but minor
lQo.oou.gu . , 20. wisconsin sincics fan
cy, 19; Oregon fancy, 194.
Potatoes Per cental, River
Whites, sacked, 60 750; extra, 75
"90c; Salinas, $1.25 1.50; Ore
cons, tl.io: do. crates, 8595c;
sweet potatoes in crates fancy, $2.25 (
Onions Per cental yellow Calff.,
$1.5001.60; do. Oregon, $1,500
Oranges Per box new navels,
! choice, $1.7502; fancy, $2,250
2.50; new Tangerines, jispi.DU.
All-Wool Clothes $10to$25
Clothcraft are the only clothes that guarantee you both style and quality at poou
lar prices. We and the makers take all the risk; you take none.
Loans on mortgages.
Premium notes and
Cash ln banks and on
Total assets S 1,564,744.71
Less a5Sets not admit
Pain Tablets check head pains, wo
manly pains, pains anywhere. Try
one, and see! 20 for 25c. Sold by-
used to buy Capital Drug Store.
Best of All Our Oranges
and Lemons Are
attractiveness to Portland capital,
and it may be hoped that in the pres
ent venture there will be' that suc
cess that will lead to the investment
of mnrp and more local monev in
manufacturing endeavor. The Port- Total policy claims
lanrl mnn whn nro 1fadlnir this move- All Other liabilities
in Oregon.. $
Xet reserve $
Ve pick, pack and ship over 20,000 cars of California
Granites and lemons each season from our O.UOO groves.
These ere of varyinff grades. From all this vast quanlity we
select tho finest the superior eradeswhich we wrap in
tissue paper bearing the famous ounkist label so that you
may know ihcm as the choicest fruit So be sure to get
"Sunkist" oranges and lemons at your dealer's.
He has a fresh supply today.
"Sunkist" oranges ripen on the tree. The warm California
sunshine sves a tender, sweet pulp, matured and made ex
quisitcly juicy by Nature.
"Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless
These oranges ore distinct, full-flavor, thin-skinned. They
are picked by gloved-hands; thoroughly cleansed; wrapped
in "Sunkist" tissue paper; packed carefully to insure firm.
How to Tell "Sunkist"
Each "Suaktst orange and lemon is wrapped in tbsue paper upon
wtiich is printed th "Sunkist" label. Lemons or oranges without
"ounkist wrappers are not bunktst brand.
Free Beat Rorfers' Oranrfe Spoons Send u 12
Runlet orange or lemon wrappers and u two-cent
stamps lor postage, packinir. etc- and we will
send free, a Wm. Rocers & Son full standard.
AA plate orange spoon. For each additional spoon
send 0 two-cent stamps and 12 wrappers. You
can easily have a full set. Get a dozen SunkistM
oranffca or lemons and send for your first snooo.
California Fruit Growers' Exchange.
31 Clark Street, GkicasJo, Hi.
A Pair of Good E
May grow constantly strongefand keener in hard
and continuous work and retain their vigor as long,
if not longer, than any other organ of the body, But
whon one discerns a hint of dimness, a tired feeling
and aching sensation, or repeating headaches then
glasses ma be of great service in preventing seri
ous trouble. Only be sure you begin with the right
A part of this store's good service is devoted to
keeping Salem eyes right. It is a service conducted
on the highest plana of excellence. A graduate
optician is at your command always. All the latest
aids for correcting the sight known to science are
Corner State and Liberty Sts.
a n jshi
aft oi n nf ii-Mmr
ment are, by their enterprise, build
ing mightily for the commonwealth.
The whole character of the south
has been changed by that process in
wh5ch the manufacturing plants, to
save transportation cost, went to the
raw material. It has become the
rival of Xew England in manufac
turing cottons, because it was in the
south that the cottons grew. In
wools, mohair and many other raw
products Oregon is an original and
unrivaled producer, and it is destiny
1 for it to ultimately fashion its own
raw materials into the finished pro-
Capital stock and surplus
Local Wholesale Market,
Flour, hard wheat ?5.75
Flour, valley $5.70
Mill feed, bran $28.00
Wheat, bushel $1.00'
Oats, bushel 40042;
Hay, cheat 15 3 7
Hay, oat $15 018
36S.032.15j Vetch hay $1517
Hops, 1909 crop 13 18c
ICEittim bark 3&c
I "Potatoes, bu 20 40c
5ti.932.90 Apples, bushel 75c$1.25
- -c 1 Batter and Eggs.
b,1,s,JO-oi; Butter, creamery 36c
23.560.00 ' Butterfat 39c
1,011,669.90 Butter, country 30c
Broilers and fryers 15
Roosters (young) 12
Roosters (old) So
Ducks 12 &c
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb)
'. Steers (under 1000 tb) $4. 5005.75
1,553,295.32 Cows $4.50
Hoes, fat 99Vic
Stock 6c 8
Ewes 5 c
Spring lambs 8c
Veal, according to quality .10 11c
Third Annual Horse Show
And Stock Sale
SALEM . .
NO ENTRY FEE
Business in Oregon for the Year.
Total risks written
during the year ..$
Gross premiums re
ceived during the
during the year . .
Losses paid during
Losses incurred dur
ing the year
Fnwn itinn inn nut ft AfflFtf t ttVl
cases of rheumatism are simply I To'?A J-Y?' ?i ri3
rheumatism of the muscles, due to j
cold or damp, or chronic rheuma-'
tfsm. In such cases no internal ,
treatment is required. The free ap-
nAntlnn r f Phnmhatitqln'o T .1 T 1 m OT1 1 .
i 9n th.n i nAA,iPd nd it in eer- BJ" J- B- REYNOLDS, President
tnin to Hva oi.iok relief, oive it a i Statutory resident general
trial and see for yourself how quick-1 and attorney for service
ly it relieves the pain and soreness
Tho medicines usually given inter-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RY
Time Table 58.
Effective Sunday, January
1910 12:01 a, m.
16 Oregon Express .. 5:15 a.m.
IS Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
14 Portland Express 8:20 a.m
12 ShastaLlmited. . . .12:35p.
0.00 ,No. 13 San Francisco Ex. . 3:31a.n
No. 19 Ashland Passenger. 11: 01a.m
No. 17 RoseburgPassenger 6:45p.m
No. 15 California Express. 9:56p.m.
FrL and Sat, April 8-9
Thoroughbreds, Standard Bred German Coach, French Coach
Cleveland Bays, Clydesdales, Perchorons, Hackneys, Morgans. Bel
gians, Shires ponies, mules, best stallion. 1, 2, 3 years old or over;
best mares 1, 2, 3 years old or over; West stallion and get; best
mare and produce; four-in-hand teams, grade teams, farmers'
draft teams, grade drafts, roadsters, saddlers.
1A - . SS1OO0 IN PREMIUMS DISTRIBUTED.
LADIES' DRIVING AND RIDING CONTESTS.
In connection with this, tho third annual Horse Show, a big sale
will take place on Saturday afternoon, April 9, 1910. Buyers will
bo here from all sections. Parties having stock for sale will pleaae
list the same with the secretary as soon as possible. These will be
tabulated in order and copies mailed to prospective buyers. It Is
the Intention to make this a prominent eature of our annual ex
hibition. Call or write the secretary for further Information.
C. L. DICK, President.
H. C. PAULUS, Secretary, Care Salem Fruit Union.
Send for Premium List.
229.000.00 ' No.
S.S55.37 ! No.
0.00 No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 n.m. '
outstanamg in ore- No. 226 Way Freight 9:50a.m. !
gon December 31, No .222 Portland Faut Frt. 10: 45p.m.
1909 $ 228.000.00i Southbound.
KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE i So. 225 Way Freight 12:35p.m. j
COMPANY Ko. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2!43a.m
JACOB & GRIBBLE f
GENERAL DEPARTMENT STORE
WAREHOUSE AND SHOPS AT COR
NER FRONT AND PINE STS. NORTH
nally for rheumatism are poisonous f;
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Loral TjAti8 Ti7.
(Signed) L. V. RAWLINGS, Portland nnd Intr R. 40 a m I
Commercial Club Bldg., Portland, , Portland-Hlllsboro Inter . . 8:55 a.m.
or very strong medicines. They are
worse than useless ln cases of
chronic and muscular rheumatism.
For sale by all good druggists.
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
baisVegetableCompoufld Baltimore, Md. "For four years
my life was a misery to mo. I suffered
Note Special deposits not held
for the protection of all the policy
holders of the company cannot be
admitted as an asset and included
in the published statement, except
the deposit with tho state treasurer
for tho protection of Oregon policy
3:20 p.m. ' J
Portland and Inter
Portland and inter
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro.
Portland-HlllsDoro inter. .
Portland and Inter
Portland and inter 8
local Arrive From
Portland and Inter 8:25 a.m,
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 9:50 a.m
Port, Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10:45 a.m
Portland and Inter 1:00 p.m
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 4:00 p.m
Portland and Inter ...... 5:50 p.m.
Portland and inter S:30p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m
Louisviiie. Ky.. April i. That s- Salem, Fail City & Western Rv
year-old Alma Kellner, who was kid- LKAVB west 8AI.KM KOlt;
ties, terrible drag-
noss, and that all
gone feeling in my
stomach. I had
given up hope of
ever being woll
when 1 beiran to
naped last December, will be returned
to her parents next Sunday, in re
turn for a ransom of 10,000 was es
tablished tody by members of the
Frederick Kellner. tho child's fath
er, is a wealthy brewer of this city.
jslde from several demands for ran
som, he has heard nothing from his
daughter's abductors or from hor
since her disappearance while on her
way to mass one Sunday morning.
Accordlnic to friends of the Kell
nors. who told the story, the ransom
was delivered to Frank Fehr. the lt-
given me, and I am recommen ling it
to all my friends." Mrs. W. S. Foitn,
2207 V. Franklin St., Dnltimorc, Md.
The most HiinrnRnfiil rumnilv In this
' AAlltltpu f Mm niiwi nf .ill tnpmd f
female complaints Is LytHa K. Pink
ham's Vegetable; Compound. It has
sl )od the test of years and to-day is
, more widely nnd suecossf ully used than
any other female remedy. Il has cured
Comtmtniden of the ohlW. It was
1 felt as tllOllUll ' .. mm ruin ivii
new life had been' Louwwne eerai days ago to go to
nu uiHMiiieu pmce to deliver tne
monoy nnd get Alma. Ho oxpoctod to
it was also stntod that no crim
inal prosecution will follow tho ro
turn of tho llttlo girl, and the ab
ductors should not suffer legal ac
tion for their acts.
lUicMimatic poison are quickly and
Dallas, l'alls City, Blacs It.xk. . 0 .00 a. j
tltallaet and Intermwltate poluii. 12 :40 u. m
xUtacV ltotk, Falls City. Pallas. . 4 :t3 d. m
Dallas ami lutvrmvdlate point. 1 -25 p. m
Dallas. Kiills City 4 ;3t) p. m
iDallas, Kail City, Hlack Rock. . 1 n. m
, AltniVE WEST SALEM FROM! "
FallB nty. Dallas 8:30 a.m.
Black Rock. Falls City, Dallas. ,12 :15 p. m.
Dallas and Intermediate points. 3 :55 p, ui.
uuiiy except Muiiday. xSunday only.
Ferry launch from loot of State street
connects with all tratus at Second-street
Iiidependeiire-Salein Motor Line.
Leave Independence ... y:0a. m
Arrive at West Salem. . 10:30 a. m
Loavo Salem 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Independtnce ...5:00 p. ni
Connects at Indeoend er.ca with
west side train for Portland and In- 'x
lermeaiato points, and for Mon
mouth and Alrlle.
ALL KINDS VEHICLES
Full line of Old Hickory wagons, La Porte buggies, Deal bug
gles, Blue Ribbon buggies. We sell the Canton Clipper, Rock
Island and other standard plows. Full lille of farming Machin
ery and implements.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
Blacksmlthlng, wagon making, repairs, vehicles rebuilt and re
painted. All kinds of farm machinery repaired.
WE DO PLUMBING
Full stock of plumbing supplies and tools, and can execute any
contract in this line.
Oils, paints, varnishes, stains and fillers.
Doors, sash, builders' hardware, nails, building paper and roof
ig, &and, gravel, brick and sewer pipe, cement, piaster and lin
oleum. All kinds of Harness and Harness Fixtures.
Superior Drain Drill ; one good second hand Tiger DjIU for sale 6
sWi a tot at a i p-t-a tot a i o t frWfoixB'i i 1
The old fashioned way of doing a
weak etomach. or stimulating the
Heart or Kidneys is a'l wrong. Dr
Shoop tlrst pointed out this 4ior.
This U why his prescription- Dr.
Shoop h Kefttorailve Is directed en
tirely to the cause of these ailment!
tne wan ine'iie or controlling
nervwi. It Isn't ro d'fflcult. savg Dr.
Shoop, to strmiKtheH a weak Stom
ach. Heart, or Kidneys. If one xoe
at it correctly. Bach Imsliin nrmn 0
thotisanda of women who have been, surely driven out of the blood with
iroiiuiHi wun displacements, tannin- ur. snoops uneiunatic Homed v
mut ion, ulceration, llbrotd tumors, ir- liquid or tab'et form. Dr. Shoop's
re arlties, perlotiio pains, backache, booklet on Ilheumatlsm plainly and
tluiL boarlntrlown foelitlir. tlattlloncT. ' intereatlnarlv tellu tnat h
lndieestion. and nervous nrostration. done. Toll anma uniraur n ti.i has Its controlling or Insido nan-u
uook. or better still, write Dr. Shoop, "uou norvoe tan, tnen these
Racine. Wis., for the book and free
tost snmplos. Send no money. Just
join with Dr. Shoop and give som
sufforor a pleasant surprlso. Capi
tal Drug Store.
The road and the schoolhouse
are the two most Important agents
m advancing clvillzat.on "
after nil othw means had failed.
j li yon nro Buffering from any of these
i aumetiM, uon t givo tin nopo unui you
havo ulven Lvdltt E. lMnkham'a Veinw
I tablo Compound a trial.
' I If you would like upecinl ndvlco
; wnus to airs. t-uiKmuu, i.ynn
dho hua guided
iitmiui, zrco ot
organs must suroly fnltor. Theae
vital truths are leading druggists '
overywhoro to dlsponso and rocom-'
mend Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Test '
it a few days, and see! Improve
ment will promptly and surely fol
low. Sold by Capital Drug Ston
Try n Journal Wont d
In your hour of E E E,
If on this paper you should C CC
Take my advice and now be Y Y Y,
Go straight away and advert I I Ir
You'll find the project of good ITU-ill.. ,
Neglect can offer no eQ 0 0 '
Be YYY at once, prolong yoi'r dAAAj
A silent business soon dK K K.''
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