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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

It pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store NOTlCRThe date on your name label paper dot of this pnpor Is tho date to which your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt ns posalblo In paying In ailvnnco J > hT THE SPANISH FORK PRESS YOL VII NO 30 SPA NISH F61 uTAif t FORK UTAHPIIURSAAY AUGUST ii IDOS Kntorcd Fob 21 1902 na ancondclnss mnttor Ioat Olllcn + rt Spanish ic19 Utatte Act of Conareee March 1 1879 DRC M HART DENTIST I 10 creerllulldlnif SPANISH BbRB orrlC tlonasr7 A M till 5 p v IICDIPINDlllfT I OIIIII II 3 Itesldence NOM Id 110 = 5 WARNER a HAGAN vv AND QVARAN Office at I rHVSICIANS Creer Building SPANISH FORK UTAH Hrw Will nwer nl ht calls from Mm rtlc1l1a fiaeawue rMldenco 2nd Ward AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned IrrlittM yannilow Interest iptoltl op tloni of partial permeate M it residence one block can of Coop SfANISII FORK UTAH I B MORGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 1ltldhp PBOVO TcItpbOMfl X LSAXEY mOBHBYATLAW eonTtI1lncer and Notary Public Olllea Over Dank of t...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

a 1 a t Lr f 1 ° I s THE SPANISH FORK PRESS > t ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH 1 UTAH STATE NEWS M E Shontloy a liquor dealer of Parownn was last week fined J1GO for soiling liquor to a minor At tlio present tlmo 5200 tons of coal arc being shipped out of Sco fleld every twentyfour hours Mrs Mablo Gust veson of Salt Lake City Is In a critical condition as the result of eating canned tomatoes I t As tlio result of tho explosion of a gasoline stove tho home of Paler TCngstrom of Ogden was destroyed by fire A banking Institution backed by Og den capital will begin business In fly rum Utnh August 1C with a capital Block of 25000 Tho school census of Salt Lake shows Unit thoro will bo 714 moro II II d children nttondlng tho public schools e this fall than Inst year George Field who years ago was a resident of Salt Lake City was struck I by n street car at Green nay Wls on July 29 and Instantly killed Charles Owen a 15 yenr old Salt Lake boy Is dead ItS tho result of at s i ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

a flROflOFBURL f i I ILL5 MINER AFTER 22 HOURS IM OED MBNT IN COLLIERY r IsoNMENT SOE DIES OF SHOCK HE It TELLS STORY OF ESCAPE Gratitude to Comrades I with erantwith Release He Soon Sue Hli Physical Strain and Mtbi to Death Ends HIs Suffering PaImprlsoned for 22 land 1 In the angle formed by a large the rib of tho gangway in th Je colliery Jeddo and covered by Mi of tons of coal and enrth iel Cleboa the Imprisoned tlm ntla released at noon and ht i to was the surface In apparently A glbapc though manifestly suffer lerna1lY After telling his won of l I story he died at seven oclock as f evening It lion who had been one of the In the disturbed section of men et Line to abandon his post of duty reet Irish for a place of safety was Sal et lit t and imprisoned at the edge of tall He was wedged in a space m It t eight Inches high at the base of lep Incline tht Gad king to the unsettled condition of a > t and the mass of material rush a om the pitch > the rescuing party sst compelle...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

r J I i1 r TTIiTii = = = e King of Political Pests I i Is the FourFlusheru By ERJEST McGAFFEy As a Rule His Good Thing Turns Out to Be a Pair of Deuces t t1 Ii HE term tour Ilushing al IiT though of comparatively T recent origin merely meant In Its last analysis a pretense It Is a poker II L term moaning In that game the prac 11 tice of pretending that you have five cards of one suit when you only have four of one suit and one of another m and of trying to win with that kind of a hand In hopes that the other play ers will believe that you have a gen uine flush live cards In one suit It Is a favorite pastime In tho great American game to bet high on a four lluah to Intimidate or tlmlfy 9 r IHU Lt i p s S r i i Ye Des ceNr Is 1 I h IfI I II I I MRDEUPON7HE COURT q l r UTfl4A I I I 9t tibA NI WAS ALWAYS I GOING TOGO G7 I ii ii r r 7NNG3 a J1 tho others at tho card table and there by rako down tho pot But It does not always work In politics I havo seen enormous quantities of Your fli 1i...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

ur < MRs MARY ELIZABETH JONES OF NEW YORK IS PROBABLY WORLDS WEALTHIEST WOMAN r E 2 r I a 11 e w I o rkhtuw T r q w It t aI gin tai MRS MARY ELIZABETH JONES x t EN YORK The richest wom an in Americaor In the NEW may not be Mrs Hetty Green The greatest landown er In America may not be one of tho Astors These are the conclusions that probably would be reached If the Green and the Astor I possessions could be valued correctly c and the figures compared with those wild would represent tho vast wealth of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Jones of New as York and of Cold Spring Harbor L h Further than that tho social crown America long held by the Astors by N reason of their wealth would belong to Mrs Jones if she chose to claim it for her fortune Is doubtless greater and her lineage in this country runs a cen tury further back She Is related also r Jar and near to nearly every one of iq the great families In New York and et New England whose names are written large on the pages of American history I...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

U i + STORY c I The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Authorf The Man on the Box Hearts and Masks Etc Onprrlghl 1KB liobljvlIcrrlUCo SYNOPSIS Arthur WnrrlriKlon American consul to nursolielt tollH how rdgnlng Ornml Duke nttcinpla to force Ids nclcc 1rln civn IlllileKiirdi to liinrrv Irlnco Dopplo Jdnn nn old widower Wnrrlncton tines not know the prlmowi even liy sight While horseback rlilliiR In tin country right ovcrtiiltis him and ho seeks accom modations In u illliiplilutiMl ensUe Here lio Uriel two women anil nn old man flervant Olin vomnn In 1rlncpnn llllilo Knrdo and flu olhcr a friend lion Unity Moore of KriKlnml They detain him to wltricHn u mock mnrrltiKe between lute princess and n illRcraciC nrmy onicer iHcInbotk clone for tho imrposu of foiling t the grants duko StclnbocU nttcmpto to Ides the prince m and nlla In rescued by WnrrhiRton Btolnbnclc disappear for good Mnx Bcharfonstelti un old Ameri can true i Ktonsrtrcncltea llnr can friend of WiirrltiKtonH rcnchpf Bill ach...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

FOR the I General Demand r WcU Informed of tho World has 1 of tho been for a simple pleasant and always efficient liquid laxative remedy of known ro value a laxative which physicians could Lction for family uso because its com t ponent parts are known to them to bo t IIholesomo and truly beneficial in effect yteeptablo to tho system and gentle yet in action prompt u In supplying that demand with its ex eier tellent combination of Syrup of Figs and ei 1 pjjjr of Senna tho California Fig Syrup ld Co proceeds along ethical lines and relics e on the merits of tho laxative for its remark d able success n That is ana of many reasons why t Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given a the preference by tho WellInformed e To get its beneficial effects always buy of the genuine manufactured by tho Cali forma Fig Syrup Co only and for sale by nil trading druggists Price fifty cents bottle per Jt HARD TIMES INDEED Itor or orw I ton InII r8 so 10 5t 1d wr 7 1dII II Poor man so you are a victim o...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 August 1908

l f II T E SPAIi A FORK PRESS Local f Jots Judge Suxcy is at his home quite sick wlthkidney trouble CHAIN LOST18foot log chain Finder kindly notify Jos G Boyack tildreds Merrygoround has been one of the busiest institutions in the city during the three days celebration FOR SALETho Little Green Wag on camping outfit bed In the wagon etc and other paraphernaliaSee Dr C M Hart Mr and Mrs Thomas Leonard of Provo were in town visiting old friends Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Thomas also to take In the races j Mips Kate Davis daughter of Mrs Kate Davis of Third ward has been quite sick for some time with erysipelas of the ankle joint She is improving Mrs Elmer Moore of Nephi while on her way to Vernal had her finger al most torn off a mile below Castilla It 1 was amputated by Dr Hogan at the Royack House Mrs Lillie AnthonMiner returned home from the L D S hospital Wednesday where she was operated on for appendicitis on the 5th inst by Dr Richards The operation was a very successful one and Mrs Mine...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

t pays BETTER to trade With the City Drug Store 1 r NOTICETho date on your name label of this paper Is the date to wh kit your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESS VOL VII NO 31 SPANISH = FORI FOIIK UTAH THURSDAY t AUGUST 20 1 1908 iCntorcd at Spanish Fob Fork 21 1103 Utah na Act of > cliuis Congress mutter Mnroh pout 3 Office 1879 = RC M HART DENTIST SPANISH FORK 1 o CrermaUI Moonsa A II LIII6 P 1olo ° orrJclloUR9 IJfDsPlNDINT I Itesldenee Itesldenee Non No UA lee S WARNER tD HAGAN L ANn QVARAN Olflc al y I PHYSICIANS Crest Bulldlntf SPANISH FORK UTAH HlfB will answer nliht calla from Mn Sqe Swonions residence Una Ward rescms AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned Itrrlfttea Farmslow InUrettsptotsl op I1 tloniot partial payments oe tt reiWenoe one block east of Coop SPANISII FORK UTAH I Bt MORGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 1In4IoPROVoTlllphon X SAXEY ATTOQNBYAT LAW Convelancor and Notary Public Offlot Orer Dank of BpanUh Fork na...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r AMDUHW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Thero Is moro building activity In Lehl this season than for several years past Tho Lehl city council has raised tho city tax rato from 7 to 10 mills fm city and street purposes Four hundred Black Hawk war vet trans attended tho encampment at Spanish Fork lost week Tho Salt Lake team of Eagles < won tho first prize 1000 cash In tho parade contest at Seattle last week Tho Wlllard cannery has now about tmplotcd Its run on beans and has commenced to can largo quantities of apricots Petitions are being circulated at Willard favoring a local option plank In tho platforms of all tho political parties this fall yy A piece of glazed pottery evidently A relic of prehistoric uges was found 180 feet from tho surface of the earth by well diggers In Ogden last week Lend will hold a special election September 14 to vote on 20500 water bonds The result of tho election will determine whether Lchl Is to have a wa...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

TO 1 0 a o i uuu The princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Author of The MAn on tho Box He arts and Mask Eto cUitftljIit > IMS IlobbaMcrtin Co SYNOPSIS WnrrliiRton American consul rthur nmcheit t ells how reigning Grand attempt to force his ncleo Prlri U iiiHecarilo to marry Prince Dopnle 11j marry old widower Warrlnston does no know an lilt princess oven by sit ht fill horseback riding In the country ht Ie overtake him nnil be seeks nccom nYrrl c stleacHero jlltons In a dilapidated castle Hero two women anti tin old nun jnds ant Ono woman Is Princess Illlilo de and the oilier a friend Hon Jetty i of England They detain him to re a mock marriage between the flat and a disgraced army oMJcer netS nbock done for the purpose of foiling grand duk Stelnboclc attempts to the princess and she Is rescued by ninston t Slelnbock disappenis for i Max Sclmrfenstcin an old Amerl friend of WnrrlnctonB reaches Hnr dt Warrington tells him of tho prin i Scharfenstcln shows WnrrlnKton of nn In wltli n ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

y TOWN SWEPT OFF THE MAP Overturned Lamp Starts Fire That Almost Completely Destroys Taft Montana One Grocery Store and a Saloon Left Standing When the Conflagration Was Gotten Under Control > Rebuilding Operations Start at Once Missoula Mont Tho entire town of Taft with tho exception of tho jiostofflco ono grocery utoro and a ontoon was destroyed by ttro Thurs t t day morning Tho warehouses of tho construc tion companies which are located on L the opposite Bldo of tho railroad I tracks escaped Tho loss Is estimat ed at between JGOOOO and f7GOUO with little Insurance A message from Mayor Dennison of raft Is to tho effect that tho lire loss will ox t cecd 80000 A total of fifteen 1rtsl HOBS buildings and Baloons worn do strayed and nothing of tho contents was saved Rebuilding operations Jmvo already started It Is learned r that tho lira was not tho result of a forest blaze THe origin of tho con flagration Is somewhat of a mystery and tho officials of the town are now attempting to...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

l ANOTHER WAY lAMERICA AMERICA LEADS ALL THE WORLD United States Almost Alone in Free dom and Opportunity That Is I Afforded to Gentler Sex M4 VJA I ifA i m t I 1 m M 1 1I I = InimoPlca Women Are ths Arowe4R 1s oJ Jocietr T IS in the United States that women revel In beds f of clover and walk on vel U j vet and roses an ample reason no doubt for their celebrated wit charm and I I beauty For they are free to develop I their mental faculties free to enjoy social life and free to work In America women who wantlearn tag and Latin have fewest restrictions n placed upon their place and manner of t j education In America and in Amer 1 lea alone they are the avowed leaders I of society And in America they have I the largest liberty in choosing a pro fesslon Although in Russia clubs are only I beginning to be lawful and In France and Germany conditions are little bet ter In America 4000000 wives moth 1 ers and spinsters are organized into clubs and societies and of the 300 oc I cupations rec...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

r r T i J c f sY s1 p This woman says that after nionlliH of suffering Lydia 13 rinklinins VcprctaWo Compound made her as well us over 1tfaudo E Forfilo of LecsburgVa mites to Mrs 1inklmm I want other suffering women to know what Lydia 12 PlnUhnins Vega table Compound ban done for inc For 1 months I Buffered from feminine ills r so that I thought I could not live I i wrote you nnd niter taking Lydia Ei i l rinlclmmH Vegetable Compound nnd i tilling the treatment you prescribed I J felt like n new woman I am non strong and well ivsovor nnd thank you for tho good you have done me FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink Iiam8 Vegetable Compund made from roots and herbs Ins been lie standard remedy for femulo ills nndhiis positively cured thousands of I women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear 1 tng down feeling flatulency indices tiondizzincBS or nervous prostration Why dont you t...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

Truth and Quality p to tho Well rnformed In every spp of liCe and arc essential to permanent D1k p and creditable standing Accor luc < < si Jrjt is not claimed that Syrup of Fig and l Elixir or Scnna Is the only remedy ol 1O11 value but ono of many reasons M it is the best of personal and family is tho fact that it cleanses sntivcs Vtcns and relieves tho internal organs 1 on which it acts without any debilitating Ittertlfot and without having to increase from time to time the quantity It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative and ita component its are known to and approved by Logicians as it is free from all objection able substances To get its beneficial effects always purchase tho genuine manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co only and for sale by leading drug J FATIGUED EXPRESSION L Nmly dl la THE TIME TEST That Is What Proves True Merit Doans Kidney Pills bring tho quick est of relief from backache and kid ney troubles Is that relief lasting Let Mrs Jam...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 August 1908

rl THE SPANISH FORK PRESS SUHSCItlPTlON One year IIM IAYAHIjB IN ADVANCK a I Local Jots Plenty of Ice at Rob Hoyacks FOR SALE Light spring wagon See Dr C M Hart J V Rife has been ill for the past week but is improving Paint of all kinds and glass cut to order at the Farmers Cash Mercantile Co Rubber tires on baby carriages replac ed Any size any style by Niels An thon s Ed Collett is in from Soldier Summit where he has been working for several months Mrs Mary Cox is now taking orders for the fall and winter for the famous Iay Stockings Miss Bcaglcy of Nephi who taught school here two years ago has been visiting friends here We do not advertise for want of business but as a matter of business Th D E Petersen Mrs A Engberg has returned from Castilla where she spent some time for her health She is much Improved Lorenzo Thomas the tailor has all his fall and winter samples in Cull and see him for good clothes all right prices F J Rawlings representing the Na tional Life Insurance Co of ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 27 August 1908

J it pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store r NOTIOIDTho date on your namo label of this paper Is tho date to which your subscription IB paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying in advance I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS j aL VII NO 32 i VOL SPANISH iir FORK UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 27 JOS KntcreJ nt nnnnlatt Fob tTrtiV 21 1902 TTtnti na A ficondcloan At fit rVtMrvjt matt > Vfnrrth fir Post Office 1R7Q r DR C M HART DENTIST nulldtSPANISH LffOCre r Bundln StANISU FOIW U orrio Honiwj9 A H till 5P u IIDEPENDENT PItONSI No It A Residence NoW once DRS WARNER tn HAGAN I rAND QVARAN OHic al I 1 TINE PHYSICIANS Crer Building SPANISH FORK UTAH i I HMn will answer nl ht calls from Mrs iKnTrre1 SworuonB residence tad Ward = = SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned L Irritated Farms low Inlereil jptolal op r ° 1 dons ol partial payments OBw at reildenoe one bloolc east of Coop SPANISH FOUL UTAH fig I B MORGAN r ATTORNEY AT LAW s liM Butldlmr PHOVO Teltphon T X IMAXEY 1 ATTORNEYATLAW Con...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 27 August 1908

p THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN PtibtlBtior SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Recent electrical storms have caused damage of at least 2000 to the power plant at Ogden Utah will spend 3500 upon Its ex lilblt at the national Irrigation con gress at Albuquerque N M Lewis Jacobson of Salt Lake City shot his great too oft while hunting tho gun being accidentally discharged About 200 Salt Inkers took advan tage of the reduced railroad rates to go to Idaho on a fishing trip last week It Is announced that tho Denver Rio Grando IB to begin work on its new passenger depot In Salt Lake City In a few days Glen Mack who was stabbed by W Isakron during a fight in Ogdon and who wall reported to havo been mor tally wounded will recover Mrs Anna E Pratt who resides at Halo Carbon county was struck by n street car while visiting Salt Lake City and dangerously injured Laaron Pratt ono of tho oldest printers In Utah died in Snit Lako City last week at the ago of 01 death being duo to a stroke of...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 27 August 1908

MiTfc5 JRa w > OW DRoo > > 1 M fARM Jy ki4nf rJ1tr I f sifs ir r s d e i i n to raise good fruit It pays d Ume should bo freely used In and abOut the hen house t would bo a hero In your wifes K M you es keep the wood box fuller k sun and lice will demand a heavy Itoll of the careless poultryman toCt Give tho pigs the chance and they Ct Isill turn more waste on tho farm Into profit than any other animal Ihe The toes of sheep have to be t trimmed In order to keep the hoofs Tf Ifrom curling and then breaking off unevenly ae as f it they have not sufficient shade and es plenty of good fresh water tho hens z 1 Irlll suffer from tho heat and turn you own on tho egg yield hu Irtj In picking a team mate for the nct sit select tho ono with tho fastest I is walking gait Almost Impossible to 1 break him of a slow walk If once acquired J r quired I rd If I you do not use an Incubator but nl n1 ni epend upon hens for hatching your eggs remember and save over tho bh ens that have proved ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 27 August 1908

j I SIX CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH Mothers Left Little Ones at Home While They Were Attending Theatrical Performance Elevenyearold Girl Makes Heroic i but Unavailing Attempt to Save Helpless Tots and la Probably Fatally Burned Paloiisc Wnsh8lx children per kited and one other was fatally burned In a fire which destroyed the homo of H W Schultz near this place Of tho six dead four woro the children of Mr and Mrs WW Fl > of Wnlla Walla ranging from C year to C months and two were of the Schultz family a boy of C years an a girl of 7 months Rose Srhultz t girl of 11 was fatally burned Mrs Fix a sisterinlaw of Mr Schultz wllh her four children wall vlRltlng tho Schultz homo and early In tho evening she and Mrs Schultz came to Palousn to attend the theatre leaving I the children alone at home After the children had gone to bed j tho house from some unknown cause caught flro and had made consider able progress before tho children wero awakened Rose tho oldest Sichultz child said that whe...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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