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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 18 September 1920

PAGE SIX THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. UTAH SHEEPMAN ATTACKS STATE GRAZjNG LAWS The brief of James Smith, a Utah sheep raiser, was filed in the supreme court of Arizna a few days ago, the cause coming up from the superior court of Mohave county on an orig inal appeal from the justice's court of Kingman precinct. Smith, it will be remembered, was arrested at his home in Utah on a charge of unlawfully driving 10,000 head of sheep into the court of Arizona a few days ago, ihe justice's court and fined. With his counsel he went to Phoenix and sued out a writ of habeas corpus, but the supreme court refused to hear the cause, as he had an adequate remedy by appealing from the decision of the court. Notice of appeal was filed in the superior court, and Judge Bollin ger not only held the law valid but that Smith had been properly con victed and fined. From the ruling of Judge Bollinger Smith appealed to the supreme court, assigning the un cons...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 18 September 1920

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1920. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. PAGE SEVEN E TUNNEL IS STARTED Work has been started by the United Comstock Mines Company on the big electric haulage tunnel through ore is to bt transported to the mill from the mines, and con struction will be pushed forward as rapidly as possible, says the Virginia Chronicle. The pdrtal of the tunnel is to be located at the Bavaria ranch, on the American flat, at the site of the 1,000-ton plant, which is to be installed at that point, and work started consists of necessary surface equipment and compressor, which is on the ground. The haulage tunnel will be 8x8, and will be driven from the portal, and frm the Knickerbocker, Belcher, Jacket and Imperial shafts. The Imperial is now being sunk to the horizon of the tunnel, and work is well under way reopening and equipping the Knickerbocker. The Belcher shaft lhas been repaired and put incondition to the tunnel level, and surface equipment installed. The sa...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 18 September 1920

Yh PAGE EIUHT NATIONWIDE FIGHT -- AGAINST DISEASE Amerltan Red Cross Will Hav Health Centers in All Parts of United States. Th American Red Cross has launch at upon a nation wide campaign of fighting disease and physical defect aaong the American people. A new and unique, health Institution has come tato being as the result of several Maths' study by the Red Cross Health tenrlce Department at National Head quarters. Officials In charge of the department predict that before long this new health activity will be In actual operation all rer the country, and that the sign "American Red Cross Health Center" will become as familiar to the peo- S everywhere as are now the signs of telegraph companies. Busy Long Before War. Tfc Interest of the American Red Gross ln the fight against disease Is aoi, however, of recent origin. Long before the war the organization began this health service through Its medical alts In disaster relief work and Its department of Town and County Nurs ing. During t...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 18 September 1920

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER A ND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. PAGE NIKS TRUCKS vs. "DOBBIN" Seeking other fields to conquer af ter displacing Old Dobbin on the city's pavements, motor trucks are now chugging toward dominance oil the rural highways. Their latest achievement is in giving America's farmer a much needed lift in tiars porting the bumper grain crop of 1920. Almost overnight, it seems, the truck has become a tremendous fac tor in the movement of the nationV food supply. A few years ago, onl a few farmers lccognized its full pos sibilities but today it can be seen from one end of the grain belt to the other carrying full loads of golden grain onwaid toward their destina tion. This fast growing importance of motr trucks to the grain grower is shown by a survey just completed by the Travel and Transport Bureau o"f the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company. Questionaires weie sent out to nearly 2,000 country elevators by the bureau and the answers prove the truck's tr...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 18 September 1920

PAGK TEN THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER A ND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. News From County TownsftOOO IN . i , iwj, I rnrk nanism ...... Ti rUK KAIM tVtNIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. - - CANE BEDS Mrs. Lydia Palmer and Mrs. Sarah Beebe returned yesterday from a trip to Rockville, Utah. Mrs. Lydia M. Covington is back in Cane Beds, after spending the sum mer in Long Valley. Lodica Perkins, one of this year's graduates, leaves this week for Hur ricane to attend high school. Miss Lovisa Allen has returned from Coyote, Utah, where she has spent most of the summer. The felt roofing has been removed from our school house this week and has been replaced by shingles. Word was received by relatives of the marriage at Junction, Utah, of Anderson H. Allen of this place, to Miss Mary Barnhurst. We have not seen a drier summer here than the past has been. How ever, fairly good crops of corn, cane, beans and melons have been raised. Miss Alice Hinderson of Cannon ville, Utah, is visiting relatives in Cane Bed...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

-TsrrfctfcSl- $3.00 a Year VND OUR MINERAL WEALTH OFFICIAL PAPER OF MOHAVE COUNTY Vol. xxxvni. Kingman, Arizona, Saturday, September 25, 1920. No. 48. MOHAVE COUNTY MINEif 10c Per Copy GRABS DRIVERS OF NEW NAM CAR M. C. North and Thomas E.. Ball are being held in the county jail charged with the theft of the Marmon car they were driving. They will .probably be prosecuted here under the, -federal law, in which case it will be necessary to get affidavits corcem ing the car, from Indiana. If the young men are guilty,, as it is now indicated, this will be one of, the cleverest catches Sheriff Mahoney has made since he has been in office. The car is practically new and is sold lor J4700. The young men were suspicioned .on -account of the fact that their personal' ' appearance) did sot coincide with the kihd"of a car they" were driving. Ball" was also trying to issue checks on 'his 'fathers account. His father is a practicing physician of Jonesburg, Missouri. Wires were sent to Mar tin O'...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

lHh .MOHAVE COL. MY M1MJJ AM) (A K MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, SEPTJBMBER 25, 1928.. Mohave County Miner Welcoine, Thrice Welcome OUR MINERAL WEA-LTH and i Offliml l'fticr of Moht Crunh Niiinl Week I v tlie MOHAVE PRINT INC. rnd PL'ULISHI.NG COMPANY Entered ah .wontl-clum nwiirr at ih Miurfic' ,11 KliiKiimn. Mohave County Ar'jwna umler Act of Concie-- of Mar. 1, tS7"). V. O. DAJIOK . Editor and MianjT AVBOV K. SMITn Mininr editor Subscription nnn J.I pur Mr pnvnM. in ailtmu' II RAILROADS MEETING THE SITUATION .K TWO rv z::-:: ii i The Car Service Division of the American Railroad Association has published figures showing that the rail roads of the United States during August handled a , greater volume of freight traffic than ever before in that month, even in the war years 1917 and 1918.As the grain jnoving season progresses, the demand for cars is increasing, and the pinch of a car shortage cannot help but manifest itself through the coming months. . The extent to which the railroads...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

I ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. PAGE THREB LEADING BANKERS CONSIDER THE MOTOR CAR A NECESSITY Studebaker Treasurer in Statement Says Automobile is a Constructive Force in Life Today and is so Re garded by Bankers as Worthy of Their Financial Co-operation. That broad-minded bankers of the country look upon the motor car as a necessity and are co-operating lib erally with automobile dealers, is the observation of N. R. Feltes, treasurer of the Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Indiana. In a bulletin to the distributors of Studebaker Cars, Mr. Feltes says: "The Studebaker Corporation does business with a number of the largest and most important banks in the United States, and we are therefore in a position to state that these banks consider the automobile business and the men engaged in it are entitled to legitimate banking accommodations and credit, and to constructive assis tance from their bankers." The number of motor cars in use ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

Iage four. THE MOHAVE COUNTY M1NEK AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920. Romance of the Discoverer's Thc grave of Henry Comstock, ' lose name the world's most famous I Inanza mining lode bears, and who ted a despondent, poverty-stricken ' icide at Bozeman, Montana, in 1870, i is accidentally located and later larked by a wooden head board a limber of years ago by a former resi st of Virginia City, Nevada, accord- g to an article in a recent issue of ' e Virginia City Chronicle. Although us wonder lode bears Comstock's me, the real discoverers of the lode ere two brothers, Hosea and Ethan lien Grosh, who first came into the strict in 1853, but it was not until second visit in 1856 that they found e vein and determined its high val es. Both met tragic deaths in 1858, owever, and did not live to enjoy le fruits of their discoveries. The first "bonanza" ore body was lened on the slope of Mount David- n, then known as Sun Peak, in May, 559, by two miners, Patrick Mc- augh...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. PAGE Snapped At The Rodeo mmtsrs. -. --. - yM"-? iIlitti! gsiffitij MWiHtatMLMCnlll " I.-: r-w 1 1 m n tmwwy wmii rvmH m - m . .5 . . ' asrsaiffir:'. -ir&3 ji HHiifcwliS e:vi:;'ftSiS . ... 0JLu y.v if.J 'jS1 ' ." K SffV .M jL "VJ PARK-TO-PARK COM- PARADE $ ( Tmmms:m& ...? TTj-iir a, ,b, SR5 nfj.wwAtv "i-wt fcv -w-rf-v1 ;r- -.isrts4K tf. r ' S "-iSssrrrr -A-w, aBrWfl8 TP Lll . IJULL TYING IN LIFE'S GARDEN Brothern, get back to nature in the Garden of Life. That is, live more outdoors attend more picnics and camp in the friendly sheltering woods when the fishing is good and the riv ers run as steady as the candidates. The outdor life is health and sane pleasures. No one waits for you at a midnight door of danger with a light In one hand and a club in the other; no excuse for being late; no hedging; Tiut a bed on the green earth, and the uncomplaining stars to light you to bed! The Lord sends the swee...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

5ESIX v .. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUK MINERAL WEALTH. INING N EW S Here and Elsewhere -SATURIU Y, HEPTEMHER 23, J920 :Edited By ANSON H. SMITH iMOUS LOOK I MN AKEN OVER BY RURAL convention include the revision of state and national mining laws, state ' tax, employers' liability and the so- , called "blue sky" laws; and the sub- ' stitution for the present cumbersome ' and ineffective tax law of a new pro vision now being formulated by a na- I tional committee, made up of members, from The American Mining Congress National Coal Association, American Petroleum Institute, National Indus trial Conference and affiliated organ izations. Leading tax experts of the country have been especially invited I RICH SHOOT OPENED INSPIRATION COPPER vnxmnni-tumiiniBi ttmiimt ti niniimi(iiiiniiiiMNMtiiiiittiiriit)niini(irirti mm wwiirimniHimiiiit niHtmimAHit m N E IN NEW TAX SUITS 1 1 to attend these sessions. In conjunction with the convention, Gus Deuchnes depaited overland st Wednesday morning...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1&20. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. l'AGE SEVI EOF Retort Courteous .. Around The Town grass Earl Parsons is over from Oatman. Jimmie James is leaving us, going to Los Angeles the 2nd of October. Imajean Moore is spending the week end with her mother in Oatman. Mrs. Lida James returned the first of the week from a short vacation in L. A. Vernon Hubbs is back after a vaca tion trip through Arizona and Cali1' fomia. Little Jay Gates has been confined to his bed for the past week, but Ls much better now. Mrs. J. H. Conway is back in King man after several days spent in Den ver and St. Paul. Edith Pemberton left for Long Beach Wednesday, where she will re sume her former position. Rachael Teale came down from San Francisco this week to attend her sis ter's wedding, last Wednesday. Mrs. Carson Ide and baby daughter arrived Wednesday from Pasadena, Cal., to be with Mrs. Ide's mother. Paul Jenkins, of San Bernardino, arrived in Kingman Sunday a...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

PAGE EIGHT THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINES AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19204 llSsltSpiflsJl The "Greatest Mother" concept which was lsuall.cd In the famous nri oster used by the American Red Cross In Its second war fund campaign has had Its symbolism adapted to the Red Cross works of the post-war era and will Illuminate the main poster to be used In the Fourth Roll Call Novem ber 11-25. This adaptation will bear the title "Still the Greatest Mother In the World." Everyone Is familiar with the original "The Greatest aiotiier in the World." the effectiveness of which has been shown In part by the fact I'that It has furnished a synonym for Red Cro&s that has come to almost a household term. More than any other symbol, except the red cross itself, tno public has made It the trademark of the American Red Cross. t i ARIZONA STATE FAIR PREMIUMJJST READY Phoenix, Am., Sept. 25. The pre mium list of the Arizona State Fair for 1920 winch will be held in Phoe nix, Nov. 8-13 is ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

PAGE NIN SATURDAY, SEFfEMUER 23, 1920. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MOHAYE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. Kingman, September 8, 1920. The Board of Supervisors of Mohave County, Arizona, met this day at nine o'clock A. M. Present: GEO. B. AYERS, Chairman, A. M. MacDUF FEE, Member and J. S. WITHERS, Clerk. Absent: L. H. FOSTER, Member. Upon motion made, seconded and carried, County Treasurer, Wayne Hubbs is hereby authorized and ordered to transfer from the Emergency vor "Flu." Fund to the General Road Fund, FIVE THOUSAND ($5,000.00) DOLLARS, and to refund to Jonathan Heaton of Moccasin, Arizona, $375 Sheep Tax which was collected by mistake. The amount allowed Mrs. C. A. Imus for the care of the three Hillman children was increased from $60.00 to $90.00 per month, effective from Sep tember 1st, 1920. Our Door Relief to the amount of $20.00 was ordered given Frank Watson for the month of August. 1920. The following claims against the...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

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Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1920. THL MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WBALTH. PAGE ELEVEN THE AMERICAN RED CROSS & IN PFAPF TIMF . (d : . ":.?.' . 7 - tm Ainmo KnlnnH i 7 sBresKsr mofiBsSsssRto' .u? .sfsasBBsHSssBsHiseBftenZ ,. ? a sVSSSSSSSfl& lhV lfiiMHsSisKfisBill"s!'' t ' v' IBtoyBSCuisBMOstiirtisMBB $ il R "JL.- - ssBBBMWsBMBBMsMiHBssafcBBBMP sT a MJs!SHsiaKtaaMB. 'bb. JBT?j. J 4ssJl aSgjJs bbbbbHkT uvMhc Kmf MwSflBrmiimTr sMMrf meH BwsxastststsflsjLJ jl jt t dBas Ivff iHBBHKjk!tfjSBB ' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SALE of l'cisonal Propertj Under Chattel Mortgage. But for the work of American Red Cross agents In all regions of Poland nrlnt the last twelve months, hundreds of thousands of people In that tragic Wuatry today would be under the sod, victims of hunger, disease and exp nre.1 The Job In Poland Is one of tremendous proportions and cannot be abandoned for many months to come. Here Is a typical scorn-: A Rod Cross jrtrker "at the throttle" of a soup kitchen where hun...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 25 September 1920

PAGE TWELVE THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 192. 01 DISEASE MENACE American Red Cross Announces Budget of $48,200,000 For Current Year. NEW DISASTER RELIEF PLAN Continuance of Heavy Work Abroad Deemed Necessary to Protect United States 921,000,000 Less Than Last Year. program of relief and service to ward which appropriations of $48, 200,000 hare beeu made has been out lined for the American Red Cross for the fiscal year, July 1, 1920, to July 1, 1921, according to official announce Meat by national headquarters of the rganlzatlon at Washington. The fig ures for 1020-21 are (21,000,000 below tlios of 1019-20, In which S69.400.0M waa spent, Important among the Items of the adfet for the present year is the ap ireprlatlon of $31,000,000 for relief I ferelgn lands, which includes 111,000, 000 to purchased supplies oa hand and mat distributed. I Must Protect United State. This will enable taa Amerlcaa KM Cross to continue Its aumanltarlaa ef fort ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 2 October 1920

SUU Lifrliri! m M 4 OFFICIAL PAPER OF MOHAVE COUNTY Vol. XXXVIII. Kingman, Arizona, Saturday, Octobes 2, 1920 r No. 49. a ttv 3, jL 69,1 .OUR MINERAL WEALTH l PLEASED WITH HIS E Declaring that he was highly gratified at the reception accorded him by the people of Kingman, but adding that he did not think it nec essary to have setithe town on fire in his honor, 'Governor Thomas E. Campbell last Thursday night ad dressed a large open-air audience on the issues involved in the present state campaign. Because of a fire which destroyed a Chinese laundry and put out of com mission the lighting system at the court house, where the meeting was to have been held, just before the hour of meeting, the governor was forced to speak from an automobile at Fourth and Front streets. Governor Campbell reviewed con ditions obtaining at the various state institutions in comparison with con ditions as he found them upon as suming office January 1, 1919. "At that time," he said, "every in stitution was f...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 2 October 1920

PAOK TWO UiL MOil WE COl NTY MI.NhK AM) l It MINERAL WEALTH. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920 Mohave County Miner and Our Mineral Wealth i Official I'nper of Moh.ie Count Iliiiird Weellh b the MOHAVE WMNTIM; oml IM'BLISHING COMPANY Entered as HHOoml-ctaH nmttei nt the potofllce at Kinfcinin loh.i Count) Arlrmin. under Act of Congress of ll.ir. 1, 179 ft. a. DAMOM ... Etlltor anil Mtn-r AXBOX H. bMITH ... lllnlut; i. 1.(7. SubflcilptHKt nu4 II ir .ir imiiM. in w' nu RESTRICTING BORROWING " I : ; SIC i4isi ..-AC jJL iwfcdM siSIPif 1 rw m sJrf r That the action of the 'cderal banks in lcfusinp; loans to the big m teiests during the past twe months has had a salutary effect is evidenced in the enormous drop in al) commodities, especially cloth. The manufac turers have loaded their warehouses with goods and were holding the le tailers up to the limit, bonowing from banks to help maintain the ab normal prices, when the storm broke the refusal of further aid through the federal banking system. Th...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. — 2 October 1920

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1929 TUB MOHAVE COUNTY MINK A NP OUB MINBBAL WBAUHL PACK Tom Campbell .on the Discussing the question involved, Governor Campbell spoke in part as follows: GOV. CAMPBELL'S SPEECH How many of you people here ap preciate what a wonderful heritage you received in public lands when Arizona became a state, and which heritage s now being gobbled up in Tttst c'states'.under the leasing policy adopted by the land department, a gainst which I, as your governor, am now engaged in U big fight? Just a few figures to show the extent of this heritage: Institutional 2,396,080 Schools 8,057,600 40 10,453,720 8,823,024 i ' Balance 1,620,700 Total sold and leased 7,000,000 Total in forest reserves 1,823,024 8,823,024 32 hold incantelled leases 970,280 This is but a small portion of the total holdings by cattlemen and repre sents only those leases the validity of which has been questioned. You hear everywhere that the big land and cattle interests of Arizona are Against Tom Campbe...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner And Our Mineral Wealth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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