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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 19, 1903, Woodland, California                                 WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859.  THEESTHETICSIDE  Delegates Consider How Beautify Surroundings.  to  with comfort spend the idle or the busy time so necessary for him to pick out the spot upon which he would settle down to prosperity, happiness and contentment?  With hotels, good ones, at Dixon. Woodland, Sacramento, Colusa, Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff, Redding, Auburn, and one or two in the mountains north and east of this capital city, the pleasure-seeking tourist or the homeseeking settler would not be long in visiting us even as he is now visiting our brethren south of the Tehach-   l The time is ripe, my fellow-citizens I of the Sacramento valley, Awake, arise, gird up your loins and welcomers they should be welcomed, the strangers who are already knocking loudly at your gates.  Mrs. Wm. Beckman, after expressing j her sympathy with the improvement Three hundred and fifty delegates at- idea. S ave an  interesting description of  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1903.  COURTHOUSE NEWS.  DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877.  Woodson to write out and print his address. A resolution was also adopted, thanking the chamber of commerce, the Saturday Club and Tuesday Club, and the speakers who had addressed the meeting. Chairman Green reviewed the meeting and dwelt upon the effects of what had been said. In pro-llosing adjournment, the chair made neat speech of encouragement and  A Report by Mrs. W. H. Grant and an Address by Miss Harriet Stoddard Lee.  was furnished with what they named •* a rest house." It was a structure of simple but artistic proportions, where seats, couches, and lavatories were supplied; so that guests and visitors to the town who had made long journeys through mud or dust, could go and refresh themselves with change ot raiment, bath and rest. Such houses were always provided with a matron  THE VITAGRAPH COMPANY,  advisory'spirit, and then the meeting I who kept things in perfect neatness  and order, replenishing towels, and  adjourned sine die  ♦♦♦  ministering to the comforts of all comers. It is a suggestion well worth  There are some things not Included considering when the improvement of  X  tended a Joint meeting of the Federa tlon of Women’s improvement Clubs, the Sacramento Valley Development Association and the Sacramento Tues day and Saturday Clubs, which was held in the assembly chamber on Saturday. We take the following from the Union h report:  W. 8. Green presidio! by request, and speeches wert* made by Senator Robert T. Devlin, C. P. Massey, Mrs. William Beckman, J. A. Woodson, Mrs. VV. S. Green, president of the Valley Federated Clubs; Mrs. Albert Elkus, president of the Saturday Club; Mrs. A. A. Goddard, president of the Tuesday Club: Mr. Wright, of the San Francisco Promotion Committee; Arthur R. Briggs, secretary and manager of the state board of trade; Mrs. A. J. Johnston and Mrs. Dr. Wright, of Sacramento. and Mrs. Groves, president of the Town Improvement Club of Redding. and an address by letter by Governor Pardee.  The subjec t for consideration was the beautifying of the towns, cities, villages, rural homes, and country sections of the Sacramento valley, as a means to making the valley more attractive and inviting to the incoming desirable immigration, and to improving local conditions so as to enlarge content and stimulate the people to Improve the advantages nature has given this section.  Hon. ii. T. Devlin confined himself to the utilitarian side of the question, and argued that the thing to do is to show the people that improvement of  in the Union report that are worthy of mention. For Instance, Mrs. W. H. Grant submitted the following report: “I have been requested to give a report of the work done by our club  a village park is eon tem pi ated.  Another feature of attractiveness which won Miss Lee’s approval was the removal of fences and walla in some of the towns she visited. She thought  The attorneys for the respective parties in the case of A. J. Madson vs. Geo.  B. Lovdal. as administrator of the estate of T. B. Lovdal, deceased, have stipulated that Judgment of dismissal may be entered without coats to either party.  In the matter of Mina J. More vs.  W. A. More, A. C. Huston, attorney for the defendant, filed a petition this afternoon for a writ of habeas corpus.  The petition was granted, and the matter will be heard on Tuesday afternoon.  Clark A Clark, attorneys for de-    _  fondants in the case of Ewell Windsor song. are alco on the program  Archer, have  since last July. As there is a general there was no one thing which a vll-exodus during our hot weather, I have huge «>uld do with such marked effect  very little real work to report, but we ag the tearing down of fences. In  things she saw In Europe and Mexico In Europe she was deeply Impressed with the high value of beautiful exterior effect secured at small cost Fine roads, beautifully shaded and well cared for. are the results of government expenditure. Not so with the homes of Europe, for even the poorest are rn aile beautiful by cleanliness. Horal cultivation and general tidiness.  Even In Mexico, among the very poorest communities, there are provided playgrounds, parks and floral foliage dressing.  J. A. Woodson dwelt upon the value of the esthetic In everyday life and how a harmony may be made manifest between art and commerce, business aud beauty, and adornment and industrial struggle. He claimed that the influence of beautiful homes, towns. rural places, country farm homes and in cities modifies character, and is uplifting. refining and softening ami therefore bettering, augmenting happiness and content, and that this must be realised by our people. Nature Is o bountiful to us and our climate, soil and natural opportunities are so great and common that we care really un Appreciative in a sense.  Mrs. A. J. Johnston advised th* adoption of the stressful methods of the Women’s Councils, now so power tul in the east These embrace all dubs of women, all improvement ac tlvlties and energy by them, and dl ••eel and guide them by counsel, advice and by diligent work promote gen ergl Improvement and advancement.  Mrs W. S. Green, the federation president said all her organization  this Miss I ..ce does not stand alone. are I Colonel Welnstoek told of the added We j beauty to Dayton, Ohio, from a similar cause; an account of which was given in the Union and commented upon in the community that they have asked | the "Democrat” several months ago.  have talked a great deal (a very un necessary statement, as we known to be a club of women). have so succeeded in impressing our trustees with our usefulness  city  in  The Vitagraph Theater in the Gibson block was pa< ked at every performance j Saturday and Sunday. Manager Groes- , beck and his little company gave a clever and pleasing entertainment. The > vaudeville features in connection with the moving pictures form an attractive j bill. The feature of the moving pictures this evening will be scenes representing life of the American fireman. Steve Fraser in his comedy musical  Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Ely • Cream balm, which ie agre* ably aromatic. It ie received through the nostrils, cleanses and heals the whom surface over w hich it diffu.ee itself. Druggists ■cli the 50c. size; Trial size by mail, IO <wnts. Test it and you are sure to continue the treatment.     A   Announcement To accommodate th* >ee who to the use of atomizers in appl] into the nasal passages tor eatarrl bim, the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in liquid form, which will be known aa Ely'* Liquid Crerun Halm. Price including the ■praying tale is 75cents. Druggists or bi  Ii  o ere partial  safe  Steve Fraser in his comedy musical sprayingto be ie 75 rente. Druggists or o .ct and WB. Robert* In tm Ulu.tr.te.1  our help in shaping public sentiment indeed it is a practice becoming com  vs. M. Diggs and E. H appealed from the judgment of the justice’s court given in favor of plaintiff for the sum of >129.07 and costs of suit.  ♦♦♦  The following calendar was heard by Judge Gaddis today:  Estate of Henry Seaman, deceased — Petition to loin promise accounts with surviving partner granted.  ... , Estate of John A. Zimmerman, dc which all ceased—Petition to set aside homestead  Continued two  in favor of cement sidewalks, which mon everywhere, and one  we are doing with good effect Our hovers of landscape architecture would and personal proper >   f  y committee Is to ««* I    mK'tSmlTSSS    I    TSS* »<* *»*««*>? <* f   THE CAPAY 8TAGK  Will make dally trips, Slimily* excepted, between Woodland anc Capay on and after May 15th, arriving at Woodland at IO a. rn. and leavitg at 3 p. rn. L. A. EDDY Prop.    my7tf  The Racket Store sells shoes from IO cents to 50 cents a pair cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. o24  DENTISTS.  T.  omlug week. with the cemetery asso-lation to formulate plans for substantially Impiovlng the cemetery.  We have divided our club into four eelions, each to give an entertainment of its own planning, and the last section is to give a Halloween party this month. These entertainments have proven a success, both socially  and financially.  We are working hard for a park. with every prospect of success; I do not know of any town with better natural qualifications for a park than Woodland, with her beautiful oak®.  Our ICH titre bureau has done the only teal good work for this quarter; they have assured us five good lectures this •oiuing winter, which Judging from mr past experiences, we know will be if profit to th** town, and also SU lits a Gally benefit our park fund.  environment will pay. Conceding  the  I  >vanta  is that Sacramento come in with  ne''  high moral value of such achievement, he preferred to make the appeal selfish and practical by pointing out how cleanliness and beautification will result in material gain.  C. P. Massey, expressing himself as inclined to be conetnt with the statiiHi quo In most things, found much to be proud of in what Sacramento has accomplished. He sketched conditions here os he found them in 1*74, and then pointed to what great advances have been made to this date, iu spite of the ill-location of the city and the disadvantages of low-lying grounds. He then expressed th** belt* f that vastly more can be done by the ald of women In organized effort, since changed conditions have made women factors in most industrial work In this day. anti have placed them in activity in about all movements for betterment.  to the valley "to wake up " "The great northwest was asleep," she said, while we were digging gold; now we are asleep while they are getting gobi; the gold of commerce, and choice of citizenship."  YOUNG LIVES IMPERILED  J. I .owe Jr., a minor—Fifth annual account. Settled and allowed.  Estate of Edgar L. Kellogg, deceased —Petition for letters of administration. Continued one week.  Estate of Julia A. Redden, deceased —Petition for probate of will. Granted N. A. Hawkins on filing bomi In  sum of >2000.    _  Estate of John A. Redden, deceased  Petition for probate of will. Granted N. A. Hawkins on filing bond In  sum of >2000.    ..... ti  Minna J. More vs. W. A. More —Return of citation for contempt. Mina J. More, laster Knox, W. A. More, Dr. F. Holland, who J Harry Mon* and W. A. Anderson tea tifled.    Argued and submitted ami  court ordered that defendant be found guilty of contempt and Imprisoned In the county Jail until the orders of the  Helen and Isabel Lelthold, the little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. l>eith-old, were the principal figures in a runaway occident Sunday, and that neither of them was killed se**ms most miraculous had arranged to go fishing with Mr. I .cit hold. had just finished hitching tho latter’a mare to a buggy, when the  corral.  Dr. E. D. Curtis has returned and will resume his practice. Telephone 514.    _  o!nf   The Racket Store sells shoes cheater than anybody In town.  For a good abave, hair-cut or shampoo. go to Dtntler’s barber shop. if  Ladies’, misses’ and boys calf shoes at >1 per pair and up at Groll s. olfitf  Buy your shoes at the Racket Store,  A. GUTHRIE, D. D. S.— lfcmtal Office in Yolo County Saving* Bank Building, opposite Byrna Hotel, Woodland, Cob Telephone No. IO®.  A. NT Dick. lf. D. A. Y. Dick, D. D. B. DICK A DICK, Dentists. Woodland.  Cml Over Fortner*' and Merchants’ bank. Office hoar*. I a. rn. to 5 p. m.    Telephone    561  DR. X L. SMITH, Dentist—Office In  Savings Bank Building, Woodland, Cal. Phone Main 463.    myltf  DK. C. K. WILCOXON, Dentist. Farmers’ and Merchants’ bank  building. Woodland. Cal.__  ABSTRACTING.  and save room y.  o24  YOLO COUNTY TITLE 4 BBT RA CT COMPANY (incorporated). Conveyancing and abstracting. AU transaction* posted doily. Office over Bonk of Woodland.  a1-  We believe our « bib has set th** ball | |, egglM j doctor to give them a ride | court are «omp  from the corral in the rear around through the alley to the front of the  i oiling bene tit  which will roll into Woodland,  some futur« inasmuch as  the success of Yolo county's exhibit J    The    doctor    complied with  at the last aute fair was largely Au* I their wiahes. and as he was closing the to th** energy and good Judgment of  aate th0  man* started to run. He en-  wo  of our club members; I refer to I ,j(, a vored   _______ _______to grab the lines, but was  Irs. T. S. Spaulding am! Mrs. AndyJ too     The more turned west on  Lincoln avenue, throwing one of th* little girls out. The other on** stayed with the rig until Elm street was  their clubs to aid the valley work ami their own, and help on the movement Sacramento is now the headquarters of ihe federation as far as meetings ar** oncerned. Another meeting is to be held here lu January, and by that time ihe hoped Sacramento clubs would be ,n line, indeed. Uke charge and ald aid advise the valley people how to  proceed.    .  A. R. Briggs, secretary and manage* it the state board of trade, spoke try request, and said Fresno was an example of what could be done in town improvement, It was at one tim** Ill-Kept. unattractive and dirty, lie told the citizens there they would never get leal rabic Immigrants to suy under such condition*. They would come arake money aud leave. They agr*** *i him, went to work, and now is one of the most beautiful  jackson,  We also have what I hope is a pardonable pride in our position on tile St I ,ouia Exposition Committee, lh rough our faithful and efficient pant-president, Miss Carrie Blower*, and  with  Fresno  reached, when the man* turned and ran north. She was thrown out of the buggy at the comer. When picked up  For a pleasant phytic take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet*. Easy to take. Pleasant, in effect tor  sale by J. V. Lei th old._  A I/)VE LETTER.  Would not Interest you lf you're look ing for a guaranteed salve for sore*, burns or pile*. Ottf Dodd, of Ponderr Mo., writes:    "I suffered with sn ug y  sore for a year, but a box of Bucklin s Arnica Salve cured me. It* the  I believe wt  with all the  iH  annot cover ourselves I little girl was found to Im* badly gaive on earth." 25 cents at    glory. ** Mi** Blowers  also past-presider it of the ktsleia-• ed Clubs of this valley."  The president of the Woodland Club also furnished us the following concerning a speech made by land delegate:  Wood*  The address* of Harriet Stoddard Lee. counselors at law.  bruised and scratched, but the Injuries, though painful, are not permanent. The buggy was more or leas damaged,  ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW  Merlng A Martin, attorneys and  best W. H.  Lawson’*  dru * *t° r ®  Our stock of shoes Is complete, and for Quality can’t be beaten for the which I* alway* the lowest.  price,  o24  W. A. Beard read a letter from Gov- ^ prosperous cities on the coast, ernor Pardee. Among other thing*,  he   More hitK bwll  done there In two years  <>t Woodland, on ’The Trans-Missis- Armstrong ,ipl Congress, and Its Bearings on I land. Improvement Clubs," was full of log;« md eloquence, and easily conceded the nest feature of the business session of ihe Federated Clubs.  Miss Le** * vacation wa* spent in the ^r**at northwest, thereby affording  b * r . on  his opportunity which she so happily I * used Saturday for the stimulation am incentive to civic betterment In our awn Sacramento valley. She declared  A Alga  Notaries  building.  public.  Wood  lyn  Men'* heavy fleece-lined underwear, PO cents a suit. at the Racket Store. None better.  o24  said:    I    *MiriKcatulate    you on what you  are doiug to niak** the Sacramento valley’s 6,OoO.OOO fertile acres support, as they euslly can, a population of several millions of happy, prosperous contented people.  aud  in my humble judgment, the * re ® t  ( | cl(an i y ut4  better  ic ra men to valley, from    I    *jo    it    is    with    town.  last past Hi air In seven years before rn beautifying. He believed in women tsking hold of thia work. Deny it as but dress is an element in We do respect the w**ll-and do regard the than the unclean.  we may, character, dressed person  ga __________ _________  Suisun, from the Sierras to the Coast Range, b taking it all in all, one of the moat fertile spots on earth  Trav  er, Wright, agent of the San Fran cisco Promotion Committee, for that tfgniitMitIAff GXtGod^d th# hand  creed from * nd to end by a great ri* er * I BV  rn oat by.    That organization would   1.1. i.I ut ro-itni arid ironing it all ,    .     <»    thL    n    t-w  with tat* ral streams gridironing comparatively short distances; bordered by lofty hills, the tumbling waters of which can furnish power in abundance, irrigation elevations ss desired and reservoir sites in pl*my, with • climate timt renders easy the cultivation of temperate aud vemi-iropual fruits in th ©greatest abundance; with soils of diversified kinds, the vastly greater portion of the greatest fertility; with foothills and plains capable of th** most varied intensive cultivation; with factory sites convenient to cheap power aud cheap water, and therefore rail transportation; with no need for cyclone cellars nor lightning rods; will* no death-dealing summer nor perishing winter colds; dangers from floods nor tires those blessings put within  Never out and never over, still golug Where? F. W. Brended Cash Grocery.    _    Je24tf  H. H. Stevenson. Full set teeth, No charge for extracting when  >10.  o3tf  .hat when she eat among this splendid 1 1)late8 ar * ordered.   -- — — sa tm- tmmn S I MI kJf *Jbik    I    *******         ""  Big shoe sale of broken lines at Huston A Morris’.    se25if  *»dy of men representing 25 states  00*1 y Ut UI' u *’»'*• —.....-    ,    ., . ^  west of the Mississippi and heard them discussing all th** problems touching irrigation, development of  Rocket Store. ___  AU broken line* will be closed out ut give-away price*. Sale adm men ca* Saturday. September 26th. Huston A Morris._  *EJ  111 -------- ”...... ■■  Pepper is so com mon in j*tn you may not know the taste of pure ginger. I he same is even more true cl pepper mint.  Schillings Best everything:  For the Home!  An entire new line of TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS from $150 up-Our extra size cover, splendid value at $3.50, our price 82.50-  Portieres, the tartest patterns in all desirable shades I rom $2.00 up.  Couch Covers, the newest de-signs $2.00 ami $2.50.  Lace Curtains of the most striking designs aud styles, all prices from $1.00 to $15.00.  Have you teen our beautiful line of bureau scarfs I Ju*t In  See Window Display  The White House  $175 TO BE GIVEN AWAY $175  lh**  reavenues.  SY  boats with no -with all our easy  roach I van see no reason why the Sa* ramento valley should not arouse from its lethargy, nor why the stretches of IU solitudes should not reecho with th* bounds of Industry and the hum of clU«s, towns and villages.  But before we van expect to wei come others to share with us the blessings whi* h. air all-wis** God ha® so freely showered upon us, let us be pre pared to re* cive them well. Let us have hostelries where comfort, even luxury, shall be at the command of those who come to spy out the land and spread among their fellows the wondrous tale® of what we have to  °    Angeles ha® its public houses  to which the winter tourist from the inhospitable east annually turns hiB eager face; Redlands, Pasadena. Riverside, San Diego have inns whence none need turn sway except it be with keen regret that time will not permit him to remain longer.  But what about the greats**, more fertile, better, more blest* d Sacramento valley? Where, on its 6,OOO,OW acres, stands the inn iu which the tourist or he who seek* a home and  ac glad to aid aa best It might thia new spirit. The committee was born of an tddress before the San Francisco cham ber of commerce by General Green. Che merchants then woke up aud went on a trip to and through the valley of Hie Sacramento, and really discovered t to themselves, for many had no idea of its greatness and promise.  Mr. Booth, of Sutter county, explain cd how children and others, by being taught how to save aud plant  walnul “* and almonds, eau In brief time, with little cultivation which the feebly an do, create hundreds of thousands of dollars of wealth, and add great beauty in adornment  Mrs. Grovea, president of the women’* Town Improvement Club of j Redding, interestingly described how that organization had secured mu* h improvement.  Mrs. Albert Elkus, president of the Saturday Club, of Sacramento, said she would do all she could to Induce her club to come Into line and Join in ,he proposed good work. She approved of what abe bad beard and looked hopefully for results. Mrs A. A. Goddard, president of the Tuesday Club, said she bad not come prepared. She hail no knowledge of the work of the federated clubs of the valley, lier club had done some public spirited work sn Sacramento. While it is a literary I organization purely, she would do all she could to have it cast its influence with the new movement.  A resolution was passed asking Mr.  -•(Mireen. opening up of new md building and improvement of  homes, she saw a* she had never seen nefoi*e, the real purpose, place aud im-portance of the work of such clubs as we are trying to promote It gave tier a new Impetus which she would .ike to see operating In every community in the valley.  Incidentally she reviewed the pres-int conditions of the northwest comparing them with what they were at -lie tim** of her la>t visit ten years ago Their spirit of progress arui eagerness lo secure desirable immigration excited her admiration. They talked only of their advantages and opportunities. lf they bad any deformities or drawbar* ks, they were carefully conceal**. she illuctraied this by telling of a fine hotel ,n Seattle which for some reason had been arrested iu its construction before hall in I-bed. The hotel, however. had been so cleverly adversed in the east before its beginning that travelers from that quarter sought its accommodations as soon as they reached the City. But when they enquired tins great hotel or insisted upon carried thither, they were the rooms were all  Call and see Edw. buyer.  Go c W. H. LXAR.  H.  Beane, grain-jyl4tf  au24tf  pure.  r**' onMar  One Day Only  We will place oil sale a lot of extra quality PERSIAN TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS—0 feet square*  Regular price $3.00, Price Monday Si.60  HERE’S THAT WEiGH-UP PLAN  going to draw a cr ow ar naau U». HW* ~  Ail! Between October 7 January 3  I way $175 in casli. Really, now; right here  tor  being  hlu™ Md    raoM i"<> be »‘«>ra-  SSluEr iii.     " f  I**.,mule  deception they maintained for  & ‘' eral  years till the hotel wa® opened. A number of the * lobs had repoi parks in proteas of po rib ase. or im-,noverre nt. To thew* Miss !>** wished lo suggest a new aud attractive provision One of those village parks  m ii 111 n I«» aalii !>>♦♦♦♦  4*Va Feet $2.50.  square.  Regular price  Price Monday $1.35  THAT EASTERN TRIP  Drop me a postal and I will send my representative who will show you how [to save eighteen dollars on a trip to I Chicago with proportionate saving to !other points. Tile Union Pacific fur-  »+4 14»W Mil    I    >»•»♦♦♦++    nishe/bt-fel    service,    is    the    quickest  x miTttH IN ONE DAY route, aud Is the world s pictorial line A COUGH IN ONE VXX     the    and     th* west Be  sure your ticket reads that way. 8^. F. Booth, General Agent, U. P. IL IL, No.  street, San Francisco.  TO CURE Use Adams’ irish Moss Cough Balsam-Prescribed by the best physicians for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble®, 25c, 60c. At all druggists.     d   I Montgomery  Now bhoes  Is  Lr  your time to buy school h, th# West End shoe man  tourist or bs who seeks a nome man    Manhattan,  livelihood for wife *n<! fwnlljr OOUM «  Kentucky Double-itimped Wk)»k«y j    ^oUtT"  GRIGGS & BUSH  the vogue  Tikis is The Boss* next, the Behenic he referred to a week  ago:    Are we going to draw a crowd? Watch us! Vi hat s  the scheme? we will give away in the  People’s Trade Palace  We will give >150 cash to die person guessing the near-  cst number of Pius in Bust displayed in our window. A  second cash prize of 825 will be given to the jiereon   K Uehling the nearest to tile time it will take the committee to count the pins. The J Huson hitching up with me and my plan-well, what do you get? For every 25 cent.’ worth of goods you buy, you get two guesses—one guess for first prize and otie guess for second prize. Not lorevery 25c purchase or over, as before, but two guesses for every 25c piece actually silent here. Drawing January 3, 1903.  Yours lur Good Guesses,  Phone 74-1  Wake Up!  now and s<-e that your property is propel l.v insured, or sonn day you will wake up when it is u.o late Witt- your property covered by insurance through our agency you can sleep sound!-, knowing that if fire comes your loss SWuil promptly. We place tnsurance in  the best companies  THE BOSS, FRED WIRTH.  You Know Fred Wirth.  Wake Up! west valley lumber company  F J    dealers    in  Oregon, Monntain, Sugar and yellow Pine, Redwood and Spruce  in  ll their sizes,    and    grade*.  REDWOOD AND CEDAR SHINGLES AND F08TS  BRICK LIME, CEMENT, DOORS, WI UDOW 8 gad BLIM DE  We have special facilities for making shipments to ail potato, and c*a  assure the bast attention to, and prompt delivery of, all order*.  WEST VALLEY LUMBER CO,  jyitf Uvtry pair,  BALFOUR (L GARRETTE,  GUll BUTKUS IID USURilCE ICKITS  0i w , LYFOBD, Agent  WOODLAND, CAI.   

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