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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY JULY 7; 1004.
Select School House Sltev ,
The directors' of tho Hood River
school have about decided on the loca
tion for the new school bouse on the
hill. The lot selected is southeast of H.
H. Bailey's residence. The only objec
tion the board finds to the location, says
Director Baker, is the. fact that the
ground is not large enough.. The ground
selected is only 140 x 150 feet in extent.
Director Baker is of the opinion that the
school house shotld have larger play
grounds. The district has only (600 to
expend in the purchase of a site or the
directors would secure at least a half
block.
: The directors would appreciate It if
some of the citizens on the hill whe are
directly interested in Having the. new
Duuaing located tuere, would raise
sufficient funds bv popular subscription
for the purchase of more ground. The
district has plenty of land for a new
building on the State street property.
and the board may build there, so the
directors intimate, if they cannot get
land enough on the hill. .
This location the directots have select
ed on tlie hill would be very handy for
the people of the country, says Mr.
Baker. Those who bring the children
into school would let the primal y young
sters out at the school on the- hill, and
continue on the same road to the schools
further into town. It is the district's
intention to expend $4,000 for the new
school house. This amount will put up
a four room house. Mr. Baker says he
believes water can he secured on the
hill by making . arrangements with a
nearby property owner who will put up
a wind mill.
Will Experiment With Sugar Beets.
W. H. Eccles, general manager of the
various mills of the Oregon- Lumber
Co., and one time in charge of the beet
sugar factory at LaOrande, tells the
Glacier that he believes sugar beets
wonld prove a profitable crop in- Hood
River. He believes that as much as
$50 or $00 an acre can be realized from
this crop in Hood River.' Mr. Eccles
says be will make an experiment with
the beets in Hood River next year. He
will send the beets to the factory at
LaGrande and determine just what ier
centage of sugar may be obtained from
beets raised here.
It requires warm weather and cool
nights to produce good sugar beets,
says Mr. Eccles, and lie is of the opin
ion that the soil and climate in the
valley here is all right for a profitable
production of the beets, This place
would be an ideal location for a beet
sugar factory, said Mr. Eccles, as there
is plenty of good water hero, and the
railroad is handy for transportation.
Sugar beets are grown extensively in
Utah, and the industry there is a profit
able one. The Amalgamated Sugar Co.
has several million dollars invested in
factories at Ogden and Logan. Ten and
twelve tons is regarded a good yield per
acre, and the beets bring about $4 a ton.
- Governor Chamberlain's action in
offering $2,500 reward for the capture
and conviction or evidence that will
lead to the conviction of the murderers
of J. C. Conn, who was killed on the
range last March, and $300 for the
arrest of each one who participated in
the slaughtering of the sheep on the
range, will be commended by every
law-abiding citizen of the state. The
life and property of citizens in some
sections of the country is coming to be
held in too little regard by certain
classes, and the full penalty of the law
should be meted out to wilful offenders,
without regard to their condition or
position in society. - The corporation or
private individual who will abet or per
mit such work by those under them or
in their employ should le held equally
amenable to the law. If such flagrant
violations of the fundamental tenets of
our state and national constitution ere
permitted to be thus disrefijiected an'd
the perpetrators of such crimes allowed
to go free, it will be but a short step to
complete anarchy. Men who are guilty
of such dastardly work are a menace to
the country in which they live.
, Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is done by
boards, of health and charitably in
clined persons, the death rate among
small children Is very high during the
hot weather of the summer months In
the large cities. There is not probably
one case of bowel complaint in a bund
red, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all druggists.
Chamberlains' Cholera Cure. .
This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum
mer is over. It can always be depend
ed upon even n the most severe and
dangerous cases.. It is especially valu
able for summer disorders In children.
It Itf'pleasaiit to take and never fails to
give prompt relief. Why not buy it
now? It may save life. For sale by
all druggists.
R. H. Webber, owner of nurseries at
Tangent, Hood River and The Dulles,
was in the valley all last week looking
over the fruit situation in this section.
He was free to admit that Rogue River
led all Oregon in the size and perfect
condition ol its apple and pear orchards,
but in strawberry growing through lack
of cultivation and of poor varieties,
Rogue River did not equal Hood River
or even Willamette valley. Mr. Webber
predicts a splendid future to the fruit
interest oi nogue xviver vaney. Jack
sonville Sentinel.
So Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me contin
uously," writes F. A. Gullege, Verbena,
Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles
causing 24 tumors. When-all failed
Bucklen's Arnica Salve - cured me."
Equally good for burns and all aches
and pains. Only 25u at Chaa. N.
Clarke's drugstore. -
Unjust Discrimination.
A Michigan farmer was arrested and
adjudged crazy; because he thought
he was a presidential candidate. What
rank injustice to arrest one and let the
others go 1 Baltimore, Ind., Herald.
. Miss Weed, recently, graduated from
the Philomath college school of music.
is Visiting friends on Hood River heights.
Advertised Letter List.
June 28, 1904.
Costello Mrs. J. D. Morse Mrs. Matilda
Chapman Miss N. Miller Mrs. S. A. 2
Davis Lizzie . Morgan Mrs. B. F.
Dickinson Mrs. A. Morris Mrs. Villie
Farley Mrs.. Van : Moosnian Oussie
George Miss Hattie Muliku Mrs. M. ¬
Gibson Mrs. Clyde Murch Miss Carrie 2
tfowley Mrs. Maud Unburn Miss Alice
Gould Jay Peters Mr, ,
Hawkins Mrs. Edna Ramsey Mrs. H. C,
Hart Mrs. A. M. Schroeder Minnie
Hinds Mrs. Al ' Shearer Maud -Horning
Mrs. C. Ktcffor Jennie
Hubbard Mrs. A. Sutherland Josie
Jackson Miss Ethel Tally Rose
Jackson May Wiley Emma 2
Jones MiBS Ollie 2 ., Williams Lizzie ...
Kinney Nettie Kindred Mrs. Nora
Counchy Mrs. G. Loban Mrs. Myrtle
Lunsford Mrs.D.E..Luusford Alice-
Martin Mrs. H. O. Maple Mrs. M. E
""EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. -In
the County Court of the County of Wasco,
Huhte of Oregon.
In the matter of the Estate of T. C. Dalian,
demuwd.
" Notice Is hereby given that tn pursuance to
to an order issued by the Hon UeurKeC.BInke
ly, Judge of the County Court or the county of
Wasco and state of Oregon, duted atTlie
l.'allos, Oregon, Junes, 1U04, the undersigned,
Leslie Rutler, has been appointed sole emu
tor of the estate of T. O. lstllas, deceased, late
of Hood Klver,Waco county. Hlute of Oregon.
All person having claims ana lust said estate
ie requested to present them accompanied
by proper vouchers, at the ortlee of the said
executor la toe bank of BuMer A ( o.,lti Hood
River, Wasco county, Oregon, oral tliaollloe
of John Iceland Henderson, attorney r the
estate, at bis oDice In the city of Hood River,
auld county and state, within six (ti) months
f 10111 the date of this notice.
LKSL1E RUTIiKR,
Executor Kutate of T. C. Dallas, deceased.
Dated, Hood River, Oregon, Juue 15, WW.
Juis-jy m.
I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed admin stra
tor of the estate of DANNIE K. HlUXTRoM,
deceased, and all persons hnvlng claims
against said estate are hereby not I fled to pre
sent the same to me duly verttled, at the
office of A. A. Jayne, tn the city of Hood
River, Oregon, within six mouths from date
of the first publication of this notice. Dated
this Nib day of JuneIWH.
J16 Jyll J. P. UllXsTKOM, Administrator.
Mathews. Mrs.
Baker George -Baley
Sarepta ?
Buck R.
Burneson G. C.
BocherH. C.
Carl Albert
McMurrav B.and E,
Miller J. T.
Migake H. (Jap)
New If. It.
Okiuraiua T. (Jap)
, Pfuff George
Purt Henry
Cobb Jake (Indian) Pratt A. L.
Donnelly B. Rhoads Pearl
Dixom J. A. .
Hall Clarence 2
Hayward C. W. .
Henry Lee W. -Hill
Ray
Hodgekiss A. "
Howell A.
Irby Mr. B.
Johnson Tylar
Rishawalk Elijah
Rice J. B.
8am Rater
Scott Lewi (Indian)
Stephana Leut
Shepard Mr. John
Bmith L. A. '
Simpson Morth
Storin Walter
Stephenson SJier.
Jjorer Uoorge
Loil Johnie . tTainguchi 8 (Jap)
Love J. ijove pamoa ur. tjapi
Loural Court G.
Louis C.
McMullen O. A.
Murray Leslie
MooBman August
W.
Thompson Peter
Walters James
Walker G. K.
Wells E. N.
Frank Morris.
M. YATES, P. M.
- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed adminis
trator of the estate DAVID W1HHAHT, de
ceased, and all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby not Wed to present the
same to me, duly verified, at the office of A. A.
Jayne, in the city of Hood River, Oregon,
wlthiu six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. Dated this 8th day
of June, MM. ti. B. HESa, Administrator.
" Jit-JyH
No. 7272.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Office of Comitkoli.kk of thb cubrfncy.
Washington, D. C, May 20, 1901.
Whereas: By satisfactory evidence present
ed to the undersigned. It has been made to
appaar that "The Kirst National Bank of
Hood River," located in the city of Hood
River, in the county of Wasco and stale of
Oregon, has complied with all the provisions
of the statutes of the United IStates, required
to be complied with before an association
shall be authorised to coiiiiutnce the business
ol banking;
Now, therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, Deputy
and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that "The First National Itank
of Hood River," located in the city of Hood
Itiver. in the county of Wasco and state of
Oregon, is authorised to commence the busi
ness ol banking as provided in section tift y-one
hundred an i slxty-nlneof the revised statutes
of the United states. v ' "
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
eal of office, this twent-ixth -day of May.
im. T. P. KANE,
Heal Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the
Currency. Aug Jl
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'Department of the Interior, Ind Office at
Tho Dalles, Oregon, June 27, Hot. Notice is
hereby given that the following-named set
tier has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof In support of his claim, and that
aid proof will be made before Oeo.T.Prather
U, 8. commissioner, at his office at Hood
River, Or., on August s, 1H, via: ,
FRANK R. HPAUl.DINa
of Mount Hood, Or., H. E. No. 7817, for the
NEW HE, SE NEW, Loll Bee. 6, and NW
WSWW, eo. 4, Tp. I Mouth, Range 10 Kast,
WM.
He nemes the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of Bald laud, vli
J. N, Knignt, 8. M. Baldwin, William B.
Oribbie and A. A. Leroux, all of Mount iiood
Oregon.
JyH MICH A EI, T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE OF FILING OF OFFICIAL
PLATS OF SURVEY.
United States Land Office, Vancouver,
Washington, June JO, 1901. Notice Is hereby
given that the approved plats of surveys of
the following fractional townships have been
received by tills office, and that the same will
be tiled herein on Tuesday, the mh day of
if Uiy,lJU-lt ItilfU C1UCK, H. 111. U-WIi:
tactions 1 to 12, Inclusive; NEVi and W,
section 14; section 10; V. and NWW, sectiou
to, lownsnip 11 north, range 7 west W. M.
HU NWti, section J!r. sections 26 tn 29. lncln.
sive; Ky, and NW 1-4, section M; sections 31 to
i inclusive, township 12 north, range west,
VT , JU-. ' l
Lots 1.2.1.4. 5 and 6. section .13. and lots 1. 2 9
4,5, and ti, section 34, township 12 north, range
7 west, W. M.
On and after said date thin office, wfll be
prepared to receive applications for the entry
vi lumis einurttccu m sum uiwusnips.
H. C. PIU'LUPB, Register.
i- A. P. COOK, Receiver
IIOOD IUYEIt "
T, II. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Fresh' Bread Buns Cakes,
and Pastry Daily. '
Wanted.Fruit
Lands
List your Fruit Lands with us in the
Ilomeseekers' Guide if you want to sell
them. We advertise the guide in oyer
225 Eastern and Middle West papers.
Send ior the Homoseekers' Guide.
BATCHELOR k BfflARD
6 First Street
. Portland, Or
GOBB BROS.
Collections
and Loans
Baggage Stored and Cared For.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Timber Land, Act June S, 1K78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.,
United States Land Ortlee. The Dulles. Ore.
nun, june iu, iw.iNotice is nereny given
Unit in compliance with the provisions or the
act of congress of June 3, ISIS, entitled "An act
for tire sale of timber lands lu the stau ol
California. Oregon. Nevada mid Wiulilnirtoii
Territory" as extended to all the public
uuia Biiaes Dy act ol August 4,lsl2,the follow-wing-named
persons have tiled In this office
their sworn statements, to-wlt: , -
FRANK DAVENPORT
of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore-
on, sworn statement ho. 2210, niea December
m 1903, for the purchase of the ME!4 MKSt
II. township 3 north, ranra 10eat. and lots 1
and 2 of section 0, township 2, north, range 10
east, W. M.
CDIFTON R. LEWTH WATTE. "
of Portland (82 East 2Uth street), county of
niuunoman, state oi uregon, sworn state
ment No 2221, flled January 11, liW, for the
purchase of the HK HVMMVM SWi and NEW
of Sec. 11, township 1 north, range 9 east
w . dl..
That thev will offer nroof to show that the
land sought Is more va uuble for Its timber
or stone than lor agricultural purposes, and
to establish their claims to said land before
George T. Prattler, United States commission
er, at his ofttce at Hood River, Oregon, on
August 22, lWl.
They name as witnesses; Fred Rordeu,
Conn Repp.Erank R. Abstln, John R.Phllllps,
w liiiani M. Rami, diaries Castncr and Lwi
Morw of Hood Hiver. 4reitnm Hitmen It.
Knox of Portlaud, Oregon.
Any and all persons claimlnir adversely the
above described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this olilce on or before the said
Ssith day of August.MH.
flllCHAKl-.T. NOLiAN. Register.
(Timber Ijind, Act June 8, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office. The Dalles. Ore
gon, May 2tl, 1004. Notice is hereby given that
in compliance with the provisions of the act
of congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for
me stiie 01 umuer lauus in me sistes or t;su
fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the public lund
states by act of August 4, 1'J2,
OIAMI.KM V. HAVWAttn
of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day tiled In thjs office Ills sworn
statement no. ajia, lur tne purchase or the
Vt'A N W& Sec. 8 and S'JNK of Bee -No. 7, in
townshibNn. 1 north, range No. Seast W. M.
and will otter proof to stiow that the land
sought is more valuable lor lis timber or
stone than for ugrictillunvl purposes, and to
establish his claim to said laud before the
r gister and receiver of tills ollice at The
Da les, Oregon, on tlie iltth day of August 1MH.
He nuriies as witnesses: William K. ltsnd,D.
K.Rsnd. Charles H.Castner and Ulen Fabrlclt.
all ol Hood River, Oregon. -
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-desorlbed lands are requested to Hie
ineir claims tir tins omue on or before said 2tn
day of August, l'.04. .
J2a . MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register
The New Music House is the Boss
X IT. HAS ALL-.'THE. FINK. PIANOS AND ORGANS THAT THE
- GREATEST PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST HANDLES, SOME
OF WHICH WE GIVE THE NAMES:
The Celebrated Weber, the Renowned Chickering, Kimball
Hobart M. Cable, Crown and Hardoroff.
Then Come the Fine Kimbal and Burdett Organs
These fine goods with a fine assortment of
Violins, Guitars and Banjos
And all Kinds of Small Goods will be found
EILERvS MUSIC CO
Successors to Parkins Grimes (Q. Co.
THE DALLES,
OREGON
W. E. GODSEY,
Blacksmith and
Wagon Maker
Horse-Shoeing and Repair Work
; A ei'JSCIALTy.
' HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
7,-i i Star
Boarding House
, MRS,, E. W. CItOSS, Proprietor.
Nice clean beds and horn cooking.
$4 per week for permanent boarders.
Single meals 25c. Single lodging, 25c.
IIOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
J. T. HOLMAN,
HOOD RIVER HEIQHTS
Cottage jVlarket
DEALKR IN
2f?e BERRY Reason is well over,
CANNING Season only begun.
WE TOOK THE PRECAUTION TO PURCHASE A
Carload of Fruit and Dry Granulated Sugar
AS WELL AS A
Very Liberal Supply of Mason and Hermetic Fruit Jars
OUR AIM IS TO MERIT A SHARE OF YOUR
PATRONAGE.
Oregon Lumber Co
PHONE 51.
Guns Fishing Tackle Camp Outfits
0l! ml see the new Winchester Automatic t Bamboo Poles, 7fle to JO,00; Rise! Rods, U I Tunis, Awnings, Wmron Covors, Camp
rifle, Parker A Hmlth Hhot Uuns; Bays, to IS; Reels, lfic to 111). All that's new in an- stoves, $1.f0 up. Camp Kloves. Hammocks.
Msrlln and Winchester rifles: Hnortiiur rifles. I tomatte Reels. Klv Hooks. 25 HThj. ftile anil SI I The Intuit. In 'wikiiur iitananla ami inn'
Si to $.10. Ammunition for all arms. a down. Fish Lines, 2!ie to 12.60 each. eonveuleuoes.
Everything for Building and Furnishing the Home
Hardware Stoves Tinware Furniture Linoleum
Carpets Paints Oils Glass Building Materials
STEWART, the Home Furnisher.
3d A
Fresh and Cured Meats.
GREEN VEGETABLES.
Free Delivery.
Bicycle Department.
Repairs made and supplies
constantly on band.
J. B. Fletcher & Co.
DEALERS IN
Mmmm
NOTIONS, - ,
GLASSWARE, CROCK
. ERY, Etc.
IIOOD . RIVER HEIGHTS.
FIR STOVE WOOD
For sale. Inquire at the livery stables. m2t
Without question the most beautiful residence
location in the city. High and sightly, ho mud
no dust. Supplied with the purest spring water.
You are cordially invited to come up and inves
tigate, see the water plant, enjoy the fine view
and have a good drink. No trouble to show
lots: Always at home. Now is your chance.
C. COE - - - - . HOOD KITTBE
Second-Hand
STOKE
IN HOOD RIVER
Buys Sells and Exchanges
New and Second-Hand Household
Goods of every description.
Come in and look around.
We can save you money.
O. P. DABNEY & CO.
WHY KlNLOCHPASTEHilDEAL HOUSB PAINT
Ska pojpos.of Hons, ratal te to Protect a Batutlr. ,
' "Unseed oil Is th lite ol palst" fcmaaM f U th binder, th aiaeasca, that hold, the plfaMats
(th. dry paint) to th. snrlsMi and only wha tha oil lose this binding qaalltr Uuoafh It. dis
integration by atmosphario tolltunoe. should tha loaasaad dir pansslM of plfmaat ooma oaT. Th.
omoo of th. plcmsnt is doooreU.. aad also piMwratim la praloajlaf th. list si th. 1 by pro
tectlof It from the slemonts.
Absolut cartalnty of tK ptiritx of th llnad ell aoastltatM
thoohlsfooonomrlnpslntbuylnff. for to .sartly th. .stoat that th. binding qnalltg of tho oil at
wsskansd by tho nss of adulterants or obaap "thlanora," tlao attarjolalt)r of tlao
whol. pairst la ttimiratahl
You Katva thia a.baolut cartalnty of tho .mitr of th. oil in to. int pot
en your honso whoa yon buy Kiniooh Puint, bacaas you buy tHav oil soaai"
aitaly and giTo your pslnt this abooluloly oartala durability by alxlna thia oil taUoa for lloa
nithth. thiclC "KlnlocH" paata la whloh, for your oonnnloaoa and tha oortalatr
of proper proportions, sH tho pigments, anting aolors, "turps" and dryr. ar. gnuad togotbor
and sold you. ready for th. admixture of th. pur. raw oil by yourself.
Thais facta alon task. "KlnlocH" tha idaal aalatl bat baalda.
this guArsnteo of durability through your personal knowledge of the parity of tha oil, le tha foot
that when yon bay two galloaa of tho ordinary roady-Klzod paint th. "ready for tho brush"
sort you pay the ready-mixed paint prloe for the one gallon of ofl therein, regardless of It.
purity, or 3 13 to a timaa mora tra for the hpMeUIyorlo dealer1, bamt.
We melt aorrespsndeaow tron these who use or boy Xoua. Ttia.
WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT. YOUR OWN DEALER WILL
KINLOOH" FOR YOU. IF SHOWN THI8 AO., BY WRITING OIREOT TO
KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO. .-
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE.
Sold by S. . BARTMESR, Hood Rivib, Oregon.
BET
Hunt's Wall Paper House
Headquarters for Contract Painting, Wall Tint
' ing, Paper Ilanging, etc. Up-to-date Sign
Painting Promptly Done. All the late de
signs in Wall Paper kept on hand. Phone 671
Oak Street - - :
Hood River
STEAMER
Charles R. Spencer.
THE DALLES TRANSPORTATION CO.
Fasf time between The Dalles and Portland. Hleamer tea res Tbe bailee Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Huturriaya, at 7 a. m.; an-lvlng at Portland at 1 p. m.
Keturniiiic.leavesJ'orUand Mondays, Wednesdays aad Fridays, ail a. ta.; arrlviof
: aline Oalksstl p. ai. r. '
Htiffiplng at Vanmuver, Wasbongal. Caaeade Locks, Rtetrensnrk Carson, ML Martin i
Bprlnics, 0lllns, WhIArlalmon, Hood Klver and Lyle, for bwb freight and paeaenf era.
landing at The Dalles, foot of L'nlon si: st Portlsnd, foot of Washington sL (3a pt.
E, Wptuct, Ueoerf 1 Manager, Portlafl. FASHION 8T ABLES, Agent, Hood River.
NORTON & SMITH,
Successors to F. L. DAVIDSON & CO.
Sanitary Plumbing
Tinners and Steam Fitters
We have the only complete lino of Pipo Fittings to be
found in the City.
WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Garden Hose, Sheet Rubber Packing,
Hoze Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers.
AGENTS F0U
Sampson Windmill and Boynton Warm Air Furnace
and "Auto Spray" Automanticc Spray Pump.
C. T. KAWBON.
F. II. STANTON
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
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.
White Salmon Livery and Stage Co.
WYERS & KKEPS, Proprietors.
White Salmon Stage tn connection, with up-to-date livery Barn. Stages
leave dally, Sunday excepted, at 7:30 a. m., for Trout Lake, Gilmer, Fulda and
Glenwood. Meet all ateainera. WI1ITK SALMON, WASH.
CENTRAL MARKET
MATES BROS., Proprietors.
Dealers in All Kinds of Fresh, Cured
and Canned Meats.
Headquarters for Vegetables and Fruits.

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