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POSSIBILITIES OF YUMA
REGION UNFATKQMED
The Soil Simply Marvelous in Its
Productiveness
And the Climate is Intoxicatingiy
- Salubrious
BY GEOUGE N. BURTON,
In I-os Alleles Times.
It Is very far from a semJ-infllenlnm since
three little open boats under the flas of Spain
flrst touched the -waters of tbe western heml
sphere nd revealed the nor world to the
ereaofKaropeans. I; is only a little oxer a
century since tbe United States of America
sprar.e, so to speak, like Pallas Athene from
the brain of Jove, n completely armed ad
ditton to tbo family of nations. It is but
little ver half n century since California be
came n part of these United States of America
nndless than a feneration since the settle
ment of the Great Southwest began.
In all the 1Z years since the Republic was
founded, also in the half century since Call
fornia became one of the States of the Union
smrt dnrlnc pvcry year of the last thirty, a re
alization of the vast riches of the American
continent, of the territory of the United
States and of this Great Southwest has been
more and more astonishing to the minds of
men. One would snppose that by today we
Smew pretty thoroughly what the undevelop
ed resources of the Great Southwest might
reasonably be ei pec ted to become. We have
not reached the depths of this great ocean of
wealth with onr plummet line yet.
in a residence of forty years on the Coast
the writer thought he knew a little about
what there is on the Coast, and as most of
these years have been spent in and around
Ixjs A nseJes. lie naturally had a little con
ceit that he was pretty well acquainted with
tbe Great Southwest. .Last week a trip totho
Cblor.wlo Rlvtr bottoms, foeiow Yonta made
htm feel a tenderfoot who had come m on
tbe fast train. Now to him, ibis woinSerruI
rectos roJ Its possibilities are pretty well
IsrxrarB to a crest many Tenders of Tbe Time
by tbe slnriea pwbliRbed, if not by tbe demon
stration of their owe eyes.
Yuma lies oa tbe map Just twelve miles
Sronx when? the-Kovcmment Is putting in tbe
creat Lacima tiara, at the confluence of tbe
Gila and Colorado Rivers. It Is twelve miles
from Yuma down the river to the MexJcan
boundry lbieoa the- Arizona side of the river
At one pornt.Jufit below Yuma, tbe interna
tional boun-dry lice .runs up along the river
which there-lakes n westerly trend and from
Yuma fco Mexico Is only a few miles.
ONCE A MIGHTY STREAM. .
Ages ago when the mountain ranges of
Arizona and California towered toward the
stars, at least twice as high as they do now.
Tains were very frcduent and canio down in
torrential volumes all along, these mountain
ridges. The-Colorado River In these past ages
was a mighty stream-, sweeping down debris
In tons every secontl of its How. The Colora-
-do sink was a-t that time a great inland sea,
which spread over the country on both sides
ef where tbe rivcrnow runs. As the erosion
at winds and storms,, landslides and glaciers
wore down. the-mountain ridges year by year.
"the great rivercarried down a vast amount
-afsllt, erosion from the rocks full of phos
phates, iliaes azrd disintegrated granites, as
well as the vegetation along Its banks; unci
this was all deposited In what arc now the
Bin&K etf the Colorado.
As-fiAe-rao-nntain. tops-were worn town, to
33iiw UceauB less fmrnent ani less hi ToJciae
"UnS 3!i-erfcko of rocks- and rlwr bank?, titr
Wee aawf vegetable- mosld torn firoin tbo
a-a-i-r&r still eame down and set! led into tbe
"Sottom of tbe great Inland Take. This geoglcal
process went on. from- age to age to oar time,
Itavlng the Colorado at Yuma a stream a bout
half a mile widtf- and bring at the present
time about twenty feet deep la tbe deepest
portion.
1 1 Is not necessary to remind Califomlans
that the Spanish mlpsionsrhrs and explorers
-sailed this river the Colorado because of tbe
reddish color of its waters. It is the Colorado
up in the Grand Canyon in Arizona and
down past The Needles. Rut at this time of
the year, after passing the mouth, of tbe Gila,
Instead of the-red. river it becomes the brown
river. It actually loots today as if ten per
cent of Its flow was silt and only ninety per
cent water.
RICHES OF SOIL WONDERFUL
But the object of this story is to call attcn
tloii once more, and for perhaps the thou
sandth time, to tbo riches of the soil along
the Colorado on both sides, Incident to tbe
dcpositldgof this mass of debris during all
the past ages. Going through the country
on the Arizona side of tbe river, for several
miles below Yuma, one encounters the same
type of country and soil that Is found in the
Imperial Valley conntry around Brawley,
Calexlco and other points west of the river
The fertility of the black prairie soils of 1111
sols hasn.knlsbed people engaged in ngri
culture for nearly one hundred years. The
lcrtillty of the valleys of the Nile has been
matter or history for at least 60COyears. Those
who are familinr with Illinois prairie soil,
and those who know what tbe valley of the
Nile is for agriculture, khow that this lower
-Colorado River region surpasses both of them
If you ask a farmer along this stretch of
-country if the soil is six feet, bis' eyes will
pcn with astonishment ai your ignorance.
lie will tell yon no one knows whether it is
83 feet, BOO or fiJDOO feet deep, it is practically
without bottom. It is so thoroughly well
aalxed with sand, disintegrated granito and
ether rocks that it never breaks. It is as
easily worked as a heap of ashes, and re
KXMjfls toeuitrviition in a way that Is mar--relo-at.
CUT SEVEN CROPS YEARLY.
Arizona lias established an experiment
station in tfae heart of this big valley, which
Js some twenty-four miles long, and in spots
ten to twelve miles wide, down on the lower
Sevd. Tbe results arc wouderful. Last week
they were cutting a crop of alfalfa on this ex
yerltneatal farm, and for seven consecutive
anonths they will cut succeeding crops. The
enly months when the crop is not cut here are
December and January. '
Cotton and tobacco grow with tbe greatest
luxuriance, and this rich alluvial soil will be
noted in a very few years as the Ideal spot in
the whole country for dairying, bog raising,
tbe production of poultry and vegetables, which
one hesitates to call early or late, as tbey will
be perennial. New potatoes will be produced
in the middle of January, tomatoes will be
ripe by the first of March, ripe grapes will be
gathered in tbe early days of May, and apri
cots by the middle of the same month. Chic
kens and turkeys flourish there in the winter
time beyond all experience anywhere else.
The rainfall is exceedingly light and comes
oaly three or four times in a whole winter.
With an abundance of green alfalfa anil veget
able the dry and not overheated climate
prevailing In the winter mouths, chickens are
trei from the disease that make their raising
rti.V.ou'.t elsewhere. There is no spot in South
ern Illinois or Missouri so adapted, to the pro
duction of corn as this valley along the Colora
do River. With alfalfa and corn, the butter,
cheese, eggs, poultry and pork to be raised on a
twenty-acre farm will amaze those who have
tbe experience ia American agricultural affairs
The winter climate around Yuma is a thing
so intoxicatingiy salubrious lhat no words can
describe it. Those deserts of America, as we
have regarded them heretofore, seem to del v
the ills that human nature elsewhere is so
prone to contract and suffer from. The atmos :
phere is as dry as punk, the skies cloudlessly
clear, the air mild as possible, and eTcry j
breath seems to be an inspiration of new life. I
The United States has an experiment farm on
the mesa just on the outskirts of Yumn. Here
ults even more marvelous than in the valley
are produced. Down on the lower levels there
are littlp nips of frosty mornings occasionally
during December and January, but on the mesa
the breath of frost never touches the most del
icate vegetation. Oranges grown at the Feder
al experiment station arc unsurpassed in their
delicious quality.
Yama is a busy, up-to-date town. The more
modern improvements consist of several blocks
of attractive brick buildings, a three-story post
office building, also of brick, and many other
nice structures. Among some of the grcntcr
improvements which arc being made, arc a
$35,0CO school building, a 575,000 ice plant,
fine club-bouse for the railroad employes,
larger passeuger depot, and the probability of
a uctt court house to cost $75,000. There is con
siderable business ilouo there, but the people
have notJegim to awaken to tbe vast possibili
ties of the place. They should at oucc ereot an
up-to-date tourist hotel. It should have ample
grounds around it and be planted with all
kinds of tropical vegetation. If atmosphere
were only transportable like mineral waters.
and one could send consignments of this Yuma
winter air to the East, tbe inspiration of its
health-giving Qualities would bring 25X00
tourists every winter to tbe banks of; tbe Colo
rado River.
Yuma needs only to make known its climatic
attractions in the parts of tbe East swept every
year by blizzards and snowstorms to attract a
city full every winter. Tbe fertility ot tbe val
ley below will almost make itsclt known with
out effort on the part of the people. But with a
valley full of Intelligent and industrious rural
population, producing fruits and vegetables,
poultry, eggs, fresh milk and fragrant butter,
Yuma should be one of tbe most delightful
winter resorts in all America. There is every
thing there to furnish tourists with tbe most
hcaltbfnl and declicious food, and if the air in
that region does not drive doctors to seek a
living elsewhere, it will be because the people
do not know how to live properly.
Tbe Luguna Dam win oc completed in wj,
and in ten years from today the attractions of
Yuma as a health resort and the fertility of
these bottom lands will be so well known that
it will require $1,000 in cash to buy a single
acre of it.
In the Probate Court
of tbe County uf Yuma,
Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of. tbe Guardianship and
Kstate of Juan Noriega, .lose Noriega
ami Jose-fa Noriega, minors.
Order to Show Cause Why Order of
Sale of Meal Estate Should Not be
Made.
It appearing to this court by the pe
tition this day presented and filed by
Custodia Barragan, the guardian of the
persons and estate of Juan Noriega,
Jose Noriega and Josef a Noriega, mi
nors, praying tor an oracr oi saie oi
certain real estate belonging to said
wards, and that it is for the best inter
ests of said wards and necessary that
such real estate should be sold; it is
hereby ordered that the next of kin of
the said wards, and all persons iuterest-
ed in said estate, appear before this
court on Saturday, the Fourth day of
September, A. D. 190i, at ID o'clock a.
m., at the court room of said court, at
the court house in the town of Yuma,
Yuma county, Territory of Arizona,
then and there to show cause why an
order should nof be granted for the sale
of such estate.
Aod it is. further ordered that a copy
of this order be ntblished at least once
a week for threu successive weeks be
fore the KateJ day of bearing, in the
Arizona Sentinel, a nevrspaper printed
and published in the said county of
Ynma, Territory of Arizona,
Dated August 4, IflOSl.
D. L. DeYANE,
Judge of the Probate Court
Aug 5 13
Summons
In the District Court of the First Judi
cial District, Territory of Arizona, in
for Yuma County.
Hurry C. Levinson, plaintiff, vs. E. A
Spann, S. E. Verrailyea, J. L. Lind
say, John Doe and Richard Roe, de
fendants.
Action brought in the district court
of the First Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizona, in and for the
county of unia, and the complaint
filed in said county of Yuma in the
office of the clerk of said district- court.
In the uame of the Territory of Ari-
7.0, to E. A. Spann, S. E. Vermilyea, .1.
L. Lindsay, John Doe and Richard Hoe,
defendants, greeting:
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in an action brought against
you by the above named, plain! iff in the
district court of tbe first judicial dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for Yuma county, and answer the com
plaint therein filed with the clerk of
this said court, at Yuma, in said c-iunty,
within twenty days after the service
upon you of this summons, if served in
this said county, or in all other cases
within thirty days thereafter, the times
above mentioned being exclusive of the
day of service, or judgment by default
will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the district court of tbe First judicial
district, Territory of Arizona, in and
for the county of Yuma, this 3rd day of
August, 1909.
Charles H. Utting,
Seal Clerk of said District Court
By S. L. Wad in,
Deputy Clerk.
A ug 5 14
Notice of Hearing
Petition.
n the Probate Court of the County of
Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of Peter B.
Hodges, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Agnes
V. flodges has filed, in this court her
petition praying for letters of adminis
tration of the estate of Peter B. Hodges,
deceased, and that the same will be
heard on Monday, l-ho lGth day of Au
gust, A.' D. 1909, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the court room
of said court in Yuma, county of Yuma,
Territory of Arizona, and all persons
interested in said estate are notified
then and there to ajipear and show
xmse, if any they have, why the prayer
of said petitioner should not be granted.
Dated August 2nd, 1909.
D. Li. DeVANE,
Seal Clerk.
ilUg. oiz
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
YUMA SUPPL.Y COMPANY.
Know AH Men By These Presents,
That we. the undeisinned. have this day
voluntarily associated ourselves together
for tne purpose oi tonning a corporation
under the laws of the Territory of Ari
zona.
And we hereby certify:
First That the names of the incor
norators are W. D. Halladay. E. E. Jan
raus. of Yuma, A. T., and Kobt. M
Simon, of Chicago, 111., and that the
name of the corporation is
"YUMA SUPPLY COMPANY"
Second That the principal place of
transacting the business of said corpora
tion is Yuma, in the county of Yuma,
and Territoi-y of Arizona; and that the
corporation may establish branch offices
cither within or without the Territory of
Arizona, where meetings of the board oi
directois may be had.
Third The general nature of the busi
ness proposed to be transacted is aa
follows:
To purchase, acauire. own. mortgage.
hypothecate,, sell, exchange or otherwise
uispose ul real, ijersonui aim mi.uu piuy
erty. water locations, millsites, water-
'rights, lumber, vehicles, hardware, build
er s material, iarminc implements, ana
to carry on and conduct a wholesale and
retail general goods, wares ana mercnan
dise business, to lend money on real es
tate and personal property, and to take
promissory notes and mortgages and
qther security thercror; to lease, rent and
let, its real, personal and other proper
ty and collect the ren-s and profits
thereof; to cultivate and form, its lands,
and to enter into agreements with other
persons to cultivate ana lurm tne same:
and in general to exercise and possess
an the powers and privileges mat private
individuals ana natural persons now eng
joy. Fourth The authorized amount of
capital stock of the corporation shall be
Futy Thousand (SoO.000.00) .Dollars, di
vided into fire hundred shares, of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars each. AU
to oe common stock; said capital stock
may be paid into this corporation, either
in cash or by the sale to it and transfer
ring to it oi real, personal or mixea prop
erty, for the use and benefit and posses
sion of this corporation, in payment for
wnicn snares oi capital sioc$ oi mis cor
poration may be issued, and tho capital
stout so issued snail tnereoy oecomc and
be, fully paid and non-assessable, and in
the absence ot actual fraud in the tran
saction, the judgment of the directors
as to the value of the property so pur
chased, shall be conclusive.
Fifth au stock shall be non-assessa
ble and shall be fully paid up before is
sued.
Sixth The time for the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the date
of filing these articles in the office of the
county Kecordsr or luma county, An
zona lerritory, and the termination
thereof twenty-five years thereafter.
Seventh The affairs of this corpora
tion shall be conducted by a board of
three directors, until the First Monday
in March, laio. when a board of three di
rectors shall be elected from amomr the
stocKiioiaers. Tne roiiowing named snail
constitute the Board of Directors until
their successors are elected, to-wit: W.
D. Halladay, E. E. Jahraus and Robt. M.
Simon.
The officers of said corporation until
their successors are elected shall be W.
D. Halladay, President, and E. E. Jah
raus, Secretary and Treasurer.
Eighth The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability to which this corpora
tion at any time, to dq suoject or to suo
ject itselt, shall be Twenty Thousand
($0,000.00) Dollars.
JNinth The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall not
oe nauie lor, and snail be exempt irom
corporate debts of any and every kind
whatever.
Tenth These articles may be amend
ed at any regular or special meeting of
the stockholders called for that purpose.
in witness wnereor. we nave hereunto
set our hands and seals, this sixth day
of March. A. D., 1909.
W. D. HALLADAY, (Seal)
E. E. JAHRAUS, t ' (Seal)
ROBERT M. SIMON (Seal)
Territory of Arizona,
county oi Yuma, ss:
Before me. 1J. "Wunnerman. a Notary
Public in and for .the County of Yuma,
Territory of Arizona, on this day person
ally appeared, W. D. Halladav and E. E.
Jahraus, known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to the fore-;
going instrument, and acknowledged to
me that they executed the same for the
purpose and consideration there in ex
pressed. uiven under my nand and seal or office
this 11th day of March, A. D., 1909.
(Seal) ti. W U rrEltMAN,
Notary Public.
My Commission expires December 24.
1912.
State of California,
County of Orange, ss:
Before me. J. G. Quick, a' notary nubile
in and for tho county of Orange, state of
California, on this day personally appear
ed Robt. M. Simon, known to me to be
the person whose name is subscribed to
tne foregoing instrument, and acknowl
edged to me tnat he executed the same
for the purpose and consideration there
in expressed.
Lriven under mv hand and seal of of-
iice. tins otn day ol -darch, A. D., mna.
My commission expirea April 20th. iiiO'J.
(Seal) J. G. QUICK.
Notary Public in and for the County of
urange, state oi caiuorma.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
GEORGE FISHBAUGH, Incorporated.
Know All Men By These Presents,
That we, the undersigned, have this day
voluntarily associated ourselves together
for the purpose of forming a corporation
unuer uie laws 01 tue Acrruory 01 vri-
zonn.
And we hereby certify:
First That the names of the Incorpor
ators are George Fishbaugh, William A.
Miller and Nellie M. Beeler, of Yuma
County Territory of Arizona, and that
the name of the corporation Is "George
Fishbaugh Incorporated."
Second That the principal place of
transacting the business of said corpora
tion is Yuma, in the County of Yuma.
and Territory of Arizona; and that the
corporation may establish branch offices
either within or without the Territory of
Arizona, where meetings of the Board
of Directors may be had.
Third Tne general nature of the bus
iness proposed to be transacted, is as
follows:
To purchase, acouire. own. morttrace.
ynothecate. sell, exchange or otherwise
dispose of real estate, personal property
and mixed property, water locutions, mill
sites and water rights, to lend money on
real estate and personal property, and to
taKe promissory notes ana mortgages
nd other security tnereior: to lease, rent 1
and let, its real estate and personal prop-
erty. and to collect the rnts and profits ,
thereof, to farm and cultivate its lands,
and make agreements with other persons
I Every
to farm and cultivate Its lands for a term
of years on shares or partnership to rais
live stock oil its lands and elsewnere, and
to make agreements with other persons"
for a term of years, on shares or part
nership, to raise such stock, and to do a
general real estate business.
Fourtli The authorized amount of
capital stock of the corporation shall be
One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dol
lars, divided into one hundred thousand
shares of the par value of One Dollar
each. All to be common stock. Said
Capital Stock may be paid into this cor
poration, either in cash, or by the sale
to it and transferring to it of real, per
sonal or mixed property, for the use and
benefit and possession of this corpora
tion, in payment for which, shares of
capital stock of this corporation may be
issued, and the capital stock so issued
shall theieby become and be, fully paid
and non-assessable, and in the absence
of actual fraud in the transaction, the
judgment of the directors as to the value
of the property so purchased shall be
conclusive.
Fifth All stock shall be non-assessable
and shall be fully paid up before is
sued. Sixth Any original stockholder may,
at any time, sell, mortgage or otherwise
dispose of, his or her, shares of capital
stock of said corporation upon giving at
least sixty days' notice tn Writing to the
president and secretary of said corpora
tion, of his or her intention to so dis
pose of the same, and said corporation
may without further action or notice,
purchase the same, ana cancel said
shares of capital stock, and the same
shall inure to the benefit of said corpor
ation; Provided, that this corporation
shall have the exclusive right and priv
ilege to purchase such shares of capita
stock, so offered for sale, within said
sixty days notice in writing, of ins or her
Intentions to sell his or her shares of said
capital stock, at twenty per cent less
than its market value; Provided, further,
that the foregoing- restrictions shall ap
ply to mortgages of shares of such capi
tal stock of said corpm-ation.
Seventh The time for the commence
ment of this Corporation shall be the fil
ing of these Articles with the County
Kecorder of Yuma County, Arizona, and
the terminatldn thereof twenty-five
years thereafter.
Eighth Tho affairs of thia corporation
shall be conducted by a board ol three
directors, until the' first Monday in Jan
uary, 1910, when a board of three di
rectors shall be elected from omemgf the
stockholders. The following named shall
constitute the board of dlrectc-ra until
their successors are elected, to-wit;
George Fishbaugh. TViJliam A. UlUer.
and Nellie M. Beeler.
The officers of said corporation until
their successors are elected shall be
George Fishbaugh. President; "William A.
Miller, Secretary and William A. Miller,
Treasurer.
Ninth The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability to which this corpor
ation at any time to be subject or to
subject itself, shall be Five Thousand
(?5,000.00) Dollars.
Tenth The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall not
be liable for, and shall be exempt from
corporate debts of any and every kind
whatever.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals, this 13th day of
March, A. D.. 1909.
GEORGE FISHBAUGH, (Seal)
"WILLIAM A. MILLER, (Seal)
NELLIE M. BEELER, (Seal)
Territory of Arizona,
County of Yuma, ss:
Before me, H. "Wupperman, a Notary
Public In and for the County of Yuma,
Territory of Arizona, on this day person
ally appeared. George Fishbaugh and
"William A. Miller and Nellie M. Beeler,
known to me to be the persons whose
names are subscribed- to the foregoing
instrument and acknowledged to me that
they executed the same for the purpose
and consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice, this 13th day of March. A. P.. 1909.
(Seal) xi. "WUPPERMAN.
, , Notary Public.
My Commission expires Decemmber 21,
JHIne Warning Notice,
To Whom it May Concern ;
Notice is hereby given tbat the Red
Uros, Red Cross Nos. J, 2, 3, 4, 5 and S
and Silver Crescent Ifos. 1, 2, Zr4. 5, Cr
7 and 8, ruining claims situated in. Yuma
raining district near Mohawk station,
S. P. By., Yuma county, Arizona, are
under lease and bond to parlies work
ing the same, and tbat neither the
mines nor tbe owners thereof will be
responsible for any labor or debt con
tracted, nor injuries sustained by any
employer or employe in working saitl
property; and tbat no empioyer or em
ploye is the acnt of tbe owner for any
purpose, and tbat all operatives engage
in snch service at their own risk, and
that no debt or claim of debt is valid
against said raining claims or their
owner.
J. W. DORRINGTON.
GEO. W. NORTON.
Yuma, Arizona, Jnly 1.
First, insertion, July 15, 1009,
60 YEARS'
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Summons
Tn tbe District Court of the First Judi
cial District, Territory of Arizona, in
and for Yuma county.
liuella Moore, plaintiff,
John W. Moore, defendant.
Action brought in tho district courS
of the First Judicial district of the Terr
itory of Arizona, in and for the county
of Yuma, and the complaint filed in
said county of Yuma, ih the office of
tbe clerk of said distract court.
In tbe name of tho Territory of Ari
zona, to John W. Moore, defendant,
greeting:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appeur in an action brought
against you by the aboTe named plain
tiff in the district conrt of the Ffrs&
judicial district of the. Territory oF
Arizona, in and for Yuma county, and
answer tbe complaint therein filed with
the clerk of this said conrtr at Yuma,
in said county, within twenty days after
1 he service uppn you of tbis summons,
if served in this said county, or in sill
other cases within thirty days there
after, tbe times above mentioned being7
exclusive of the day of service, or judg
ment by default will ye taken against
you.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the district court of tbe First judicial
district, Territory of Arizona, in ami
for the county of Yuma, this 31st day
of July, 1009.
Charles H. Utting,
Seal Clerk of said District t'ourt,
By S. L. Wadin,
Aug 5 f4 Deputy Clerk.
DO VOU WANT TO GO TO COT.iL.EdE?
If so we can help ycu. We hive already put
hundreds through college by means of onfplan.
Writ today tor full information rejjardiiig our
oSer of a free scholurshiD in any school or col
lege. Address Robert J. Sherlock, 23-31 East
22nd Street New York City.
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