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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 September 1910

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Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 September 1910

H mwimmmm m Muni m - !' i wlijitis1 in- General, " I Scmborlato's SfeSrSMj! H 'ttlTeftfaMa. Ilu-'itnoir. It iiuy avc lift. H Israel Aditlr find Iiunoi I'nokreli of H Kaferprlae worm In town this week. H Mr. Hnoliol Pork Inn of Montlnollo H It 1tire rlaltlng with frlenda mid rol pH , tit.' r H Mr. ttd Mrr. S. J. Fun I or lonvoto H drfor5 two woek'a outing in (Jull HMrt H After" vhlthm 11 abort tlmo In H Denver Mlaa M'lrgory Admin returned LH tlilfl wook. H Sere Nipples and Chopped Hands H Arr quickly cured ly nptilylnic Cinmltlaln'a j halve. Try it: It In tt Mine, rrlcc 33 cculi. H Tho dnnou Riven at tlin Wiird Unit H luat I'Vlilny wan thoroughly oujoyed H by all til 'J partlolpanta. H B. Oooi'Ko Willis of Ht. Oonrffo wiib H n guist f his iilfltor, Mn, Job. T. H Wilkinson, Hutiirdnv nud Sunday- H If you tmvo mtvod 11 did lor to puy H tin your laxoa you Iihva bout the B "devil" of (ho Hionrd to 11 fraiJilo. H Tho ohlof Hiitijoot now bolnff dl H omiod In th 3 nowapnpora la tho Ruru H o...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

. HI TO ADVERTISERS Reading Notices 10 cents per line first insertion, cents a line each additional insertion. Special rates on "long time" Readers. To jH regular display advertisers S cents per line each insertion. Display advertising rates furnished on application. H Iron County Record. I I Vol; J 7. ' Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Oct. 7, J 9 JO. No 44 H ' TEMPERANCE. I BY CLARENCE E. JONES. I PURPOSE OF ARTICLE. I it la Iho purpose of tbla artlolo to glvn some fa'ots to Bhow that total ab B stlncnoe froto tbe uaaof alcoholic B beverages la necessary for tbe beat B good of mankind, it is aot treated I from a ealentlQo otandpoint, for tbe author la loaapable of that. Neither B are the thoughts and ideaa wholly B original, but FACTS gleaned from B she beat sources are presented wbleb B are inoontrovortable. I "Prohibition" 1b a live question B Id our Statu. Tbo arguments bore B with presented havo to do plmost on fl tiroly with tbo offeots of alcohol no B tbe system; and I...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

iiiiii wMawM w""w""'"'"''"" 1 Iron County Record $ CEDAR CITY, UTAH. -; I - H I ALEX. H. ROLLO , B I ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. H T KHTBMD AT THK CIOAH CITY POST- H Z owes as sicohd class mattkr. 4 H ? SUBSCRIPTION 41.60 PER YfcAR B S ALWAYS IK ADVANCE. 4 H Friday, Oct. 7, 1910. FOOD FOR REFLECTION. H MRiiy farmers soma way or other H Kt It Into their heads that town haul H neia man are the happiest end most H prosperous people on earth; get rlah H by alinply resolilug out and taking In H U the money they want. The farm H er Rets to brooding over his bard fate, H as It seems, and thinking that any H body oau run a store beaause it seems H so easy to measure a yard of calico or H weigh out a pound of coffee, Bella out H the farm and goes to town. Its no H trouble to find h man that Is willing H and auxloua to cell out the remains of H a sick stock of groceries, or the rem H naiita of an empty shelved dry Roods H etore and when the farmer llrst seea H his name orer the door he leans ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

r' " fcyvunuLL uu m ttOOUUJH I mil i ' ' " I i m --.". - i fe; - "RECORD SUPPLEMENT; " i Jt v - J Cw . - . CedarCityrUtahr Oct." 7,1910" " " M ... in. . ,i. .-m ,.- i ...- . ... . 7 Republican Senatorial Convention. g( Yesterday aft ornoon tho republican delegates to tho senatorial convention j met and disponed of thu following bul- c ness: ili J. H. Arthur was elected temporary -eti chairman. uti Upon motion a committee on cred on to I tials was composed of one member from i,'( each county and tho following gcntlo ( men chosen: S. J. Ward, IronCountj; by Walter Slack, Washington County; C. 'J1, C. Murdoek, Beaver County; A. D. i,a4 Klndlay, Kano County, ot The report of tho committee on ore i,c dentials was read and accepted ununi 'f moiiblv, and ouch was entitled to a full hi; voto as follows: Beivor 10, Kano o, i c" Washington 8, Iron 8, said votes to bo m- oast by delegates present, provided rop tlmt in casoof a split in either county, ne said county to bo entitled to ono half l...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

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Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

- ' HH CEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. ASSOCIATION. I I THE) STORE3 THAT BELONGS 1 I II TO THE PEOPLE. 1 . I I OtTR POLICY" IS TO SELL THE BEST GOODS A.T I I I I " THE LOWEST PRICE AND DIVIDE THE I I I '' PROFITS WITH THE CUSTOMER. J I i WN : l WANT GOODS AT "LET UTVE" PRICES COME TO THIS STORE H I A RESOLUTION. , mah .m SaitLake city thi wti. day of An. Notice for Publication. nt niTr nm r.tinnutiriiin linTlPrr Excepting and excluding thorofi o:n M A .KtyLjUllulN. v ut;A.D.mc. ciLTiKaltY. nrtn.c,,, t ,K!u s ta Office PHuBATE AHD GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES, awwovfeifeo area In conlffot with ttiV. H I A jomt resolution proposing an amend- p. ef f . . ,;"'" uf s,a' atsXSeu No.4l7, BIb Boimnai Iwle, 4 303 ii. M I ' ., q .. l A,,' L 14 f First Sept. 2-Lat Nov. 4. Notice I hereby Lven that John C. Anderson " res? Stir. No 4057 Ull'jkoyo lode, 0 1-0. H U ment to Section t, 01 Mrticie it, ,m A RESOLUTION. V Mt VSS01? "A'St,0" J",7 '9W'"'?i'e for rrti.i.r ir.n-Uo OubiU c.hii acres. Thonron claimed an I up...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 October 1910

I Things in General. H . And now aomna tho soaion of ooal H And wood liMtillnK. H Freth Fish todny. ROYAL UAKKHY & (JAPI3. H Mlsa Llndn Slaok of ToqtjArvllle H iri bcok to soliool at Itio Hrnnoh H Normal flKlo. H Mln Throin Knoll of Pintn wm In H town a fovr dnya Uit wook to have H dentnl work done. H Mr. nnd Mra. (J W. Eitough H Imvfl taken up housekocpltiK lu tue H rear of Mr. Kntoiifh'a cImjk store. H Rtnliard I'enroo, who war prlnolpa) H of oar Olitrlat School 'last winter, H WM Is town a few dnya thla woek. H Kolaad Hunter left here Monday M to attend tho State Kalr at Salt Lake H City. He will "lalt In I'roro before M retaraltiK. H Wm. N. Oorry la having a model H fiotna ereoted on hla pretnlaes. When H finished It will he one of the ilueat H realdenoe In Oedar, H tlr.Iklah Hlmklna and daughter H Marela of Kntorprlso ara In town. H Mr. Blinking oarae lu,to bring a H grlat to tliH mill. H .Mlsa Anna Pendlotou was hostoai H at a plcaaant llttla aoolal Friday H even Job;. All...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

i IBHBB - (HHR , TO ADVERTISERS Reading Notices 10 cnfs per line first insertion. 5 cents a line each additional insertion Special rates on "long time" Readers. To HSfl . ? regular display advertisers 5 cents per line each insertion. Display advertising rates furnished on application. j HbR Iron County Record. I . m lK Vol. J7. Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Oct. 14, WO. No. 45 HH LBri , . .. . Glimpses Of The Ghetto. The following nrtlolo tells the Im preiBiona the Nlntb Ward of Chicago made upon a southern Utah Rlrl: The Niatb Ward Is not the foonl center of the Ghetto Biuooatmost half lta population are of nationality other I than Jewish, yet it affords h great diversity of luteroat to a slumming party, beaauso It haa the largest per oontege of forolgn-born populutlou in tbo oily. Moreover, this olty Ib eo congested aa to foroe the inhabitants to seek the streets, not only In tbo market places but but along the alloys where tbey reside. Consequent ly thoy swarm out upon th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

I Iron County .Record t CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H 4, H ":: ALEX. H. ROLLO ''. i K CSTAOLISHCD OECEMDCR, 1803. H 7 H P CHTKflEO AT THK CIOAH CITY POST , H ij OfPICE A SKCONO CLASS MATTER. f 8UD0CRIPTI0N tl.BO PER Y&AR ", ALVAVI IH AOVAHCl. 'V fit B Friday, Oct. i.(, 1910. H CIVILITY. H Don't try to bully, tbo world. It H iIohh not pny. Wlioovor ontorn tlio H rln for rouKh and tumblo Unlit with H I'ubllo Opinion Ih jirty urp, cvont- H UHlly to ho "doulilnd up." Society In H h Ilrluronu, him! who hut n rindmnn H would think of onoomitorliiK with n H h I n k 1 pnlr of IliU, 11 liundnxl nrmori H follow I Uottor ahiiko tho-mit It Itudln- Hj oiiH hnudH of tlm uluut Kood-uttturndly, H tliHii unnbooflflitrlly provoko hla wriith. H Iinopito tho world If It ho ploatto yon H thoii((h to do 10 Ih 11 proof of iirrotfauoo M onnonlt itnd okoHhiii but, hh you fl Iihvo to llvo In tbo world, to loan on 1 tho world, It Ih juat us woll to trent M It olvllly. Bhrowd inon, who under H Htmid tholr ruoo, iiov...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

1 '.: TEMPERANCE. BY OL.ARF.NOB 33. JONES. (Continued from last -week.) MAN'S DAILY LABOR AFFECTED BY ALCOHOL. Sir Fredrick Troves, the eminent Burgeon of King Edward VII, says that in Ibe South African war when a column of 30,000 British soldiers moved upon Ladysmltb the first to drop out woro not the big men nor the little moo, nor the tall, nor the shor!", but the men who drank; and they droppod out as clearly as if they I had boen labeled with a big letter on I their baokB. I lie also eaya: "To be lit, no young man can tonoh it. No one who is ' youog and healthy can want aloobol any moro than be can want atryou- nine." In our ago of keon competition, here is a prastlotl Bide of the ques ' tlon that should not bo overlooked by nay of us. Wo know that a man inuafc bo at bia beBt all of the tlmo in ', order to suarned, and when one drinks alcohol lo beverages rogularly he is not able to porform his maxi mum nmouut of work. To show that i ' this is true let us oonsldor the fol lowin...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

H A RESOLUTION. M A joint reiolution proposing an Amend H ment to Section 4, of Article 1 4, of H the Constitution of the State of Utah, H in relation to the limit of indebtedness H of Counties, Cities, towns and School M Districts, H Up It renal ml lir Dm l,etfllntiire or (lie State H of Utah, twothlnUof all memlwr. elected to H each of tin- two IIohm-a concurring ilierelnj H Hrctlon I. That It I jirotionrd m Mincmt Bee- H tlotH, of Artlr.luH, of the CoiiMlltilloit of the j Ht.ite of Ut.ili.no thru Hie name lull rrail at K fotlotvni 1 Action 4 YVtiPiiriittinrltM tn cream Indelit. H rdiirnn an provlilril lit Hectl'iil 3oftliln Article, H nu County nlmll In-cnne luiletiteil to an amount, H Inclmlhuf eitini liidfllitrdnrm fxcc-dltlif two H lr emit unt i No city, town, nchool illntrlct cr H oilier iiiuiili'.li.il corporation nliall Income lit- H clebtnl to nn murium IliCluitlilK ellllli lltitrlit j rilnrnn, exrrtliif four wr centum of Ilia value H of tliotaxalile-jiroprrtytlicreiii.tli...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

t ' fc i -. ...in., ...-.., ii ii .! i. ! ii i tm m mk in i.. . Midsummer Hats JUST for tho heads of youth and loveliness, ono of that small com pany of designers who mako Paris tho top o tho world (in mllllnory), has glvon to us theso threo things of beauty for tho summer girl. They look so shnplo! And they nro In real ity only broad-brimmed leghorn and hemp shapes with plumes and ribbon, or flowers and ribbon, for garniture. But their simplicity is only scorning. It is tho result of a deep study of lines by a gifted artist. It Is like tho simplicity of a perfectly plain and porfectly fitted, tailored coat, a thing dlfllcult of nchlovement. These broad brims, droop and lift, flowing about tho face and head in lines that mako ub wonder and envy, - not at their own sweet will, but by tho careful calculation of tho mind that planned them. They are, in deed, fltted to tho faco and head. They compel ub to noto how thoy silhouette nn exquisite profile, or point to tho flno line of the oy...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

H mmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmatmm B - - -irn i H TOY WIRE WALKER IS UNIQUE H Mannlkln's Legs Move Back and Forth H as Arms Do, Like Pendulum of H Ordinary Clock. H - An nutotnntio tl(;ht ropo walkor lino H lioyn Invented by n Tuiiiiohhoo mnti, "H Thin toy innrchoH nloriK a nlnok wlru H or cord with nil tho nuBurnnco of an j export oqulllbrlBt. lta legs moving H Imokwnrd mid forward In rcaponso to j tho swinging of n pendulum. Tho H nriiH mul logs of tho flguroa aro Joint BBBJfl aMHMMMMMJLnHHJCMWain M Toy Wire Walker. H pil nnd tho tnovomont or ono nffoctH j tho othor hy inoniiH of n oorloa of cok- H wJiooIh operating In rotation to ouch H othor. Tho root of tho tnnnnlkln hnvo H grooved running trmmvorsoly to on- H gngo tho wire or cord on which it M wnlkB. A rod with n weight on tho j ond, forming n ponduliiin, In nttachod M to tho hnnd of tho flgtiro. Ah thin j pomlultim nwlngs It movos tho arm B hack nnd forth ninl tho co-rolatod H cogwhoula cftiuio tho Iorh to movo m l.ao...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

( , TO IRRIGATE BEETS Well Equipped Farm Is Provided With Necessary Machinery. After 8eedlng Is Done Most Important Factor Is Furrowing Out for Irrigation Implements and Methods. The well-equipped sugar beet farm ts provided with a lot of tnnchinory thnt becomes nn absoluto necessity. After tho seeding is dono tho most Important thing Is tho furrowing out , for Irrlgntlon. Ono good scheme Is to uso a sled made of 6x0 Inch timbers forty-two inches long as runners, spaced wido onough to straddlo two rows, writes F. V. Hooding in Field nnd Fancy. These timbers nro sot to run on edge and nro sharpened at tho forward point and armed with old fur rowing shovels which about fit thorn. Tho runners nro securely spiked to gether at tho back end with two-Inch planks upon which tho driver rides nnd are connected In front by a 4x4 timber, to which tho draft is attached. v Either ono or two horses aro used, two being profornblo, as thoro is not eo much danger of tho Bled shifting from its lino. T...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

I Miami: H HORTICULTURAL NOTES. H Don't allow thu stock wagons to j Inok (tin soli In thu orchnnl. H Promptly gnlhor up and luirri all j liniHh and rubblnh In llio orchard. H When Hprnylng do not work with H bnro linntln. They'll ho Boro If you do. H I'ut on a pair or rubber rIovob. H Homovo ovory (load troo from tho H orchard. Thoy nro vurllnhlo broodltiK H placon for fruit poatn. j Tho grnpo In ono or tho longest lived H of nil fruit plants. It will llvu and H bear fruit In ono plnco for u hundred 1 years or more. H A covoy'of quail In tho orchnrd will H prove a good friend to tho growor, bo- H cnumi thoy oat a tromoudoua number m or InaoctH. H Tho city dealer profits by tho lazl- H no of tho Krowor, by grading and re- H packing bin badly naaortod fruit. H To destroy thu wild morning glory H or bind wood, turn In thu ubeop or H Thu pear troo noodn but little cul- H turo. To onvournKO strong growth H only luducen blight. A nod tinrfacu H and hIow growth In more favorablo. H Itumemb...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

; I Briefs by Associate j Editor ts , I f Tho Supremo Court of tho United I Stntos will no doubt adopt u motto: VI HiiRhopto tho lluo: lot tho ontpa full ' 1 ' wboro tho; mny. -I Prof. Woodrow Wilson glfers to confer upon Now Jersey tbo dogreo of "G. G." Rood government. I I Qoorgo G.uild exprossoB tbo Bhplont 1 opinion that bueiuoaa will improve whether success nllchtti on oltbtr He- pnblioau or Detnooratlo baunor. 1 Anothor middlo of the road man. 1 That Newport eoolety woman who I dabod into tho ocenu to resouo her "" I . oook was not n heroine at all. She nooded tbo cook. I l I Ono of tbo most hopeful bIkub of 1 tbo timo Is to b'o found in .tho fact 1 that wo aout 31(2,000 worth of Boup I to rho Phllllppines. I A baby In Do Moluoa haa boon 1 named ilnlley's Gotnet; but na Kip- 1 ling would Bay, that's nuother I tale. 1 Doo. Oook U reportod on hia way 1 to Etuh to brinft buck hia records and othor proofs that ho waa the first I to reaoh the North Hole. Of oourso 1 everybody knew ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 October 1910

m '- H i fl nf ' - " - -- - - - -- . . .a . - . .. -. .---- i mi i - -- - -- - f WE STAND FOR GOOD, CLEAN BUSINESS. 1 It is the only road to success. Our homes are here, our taxes are paid here, t and our money has been and will continue to be used in building up our town f a and county. Your homes are here, you are taxed here and your money is invest- ? ; . in this country. Our interests are mutual. . . f j& ' , We need your trade and you need our goods. We may need something Y f ,. ' ,Ji that you produce, labor, livestock or farm products. We should get together. . H a , s , If we grow it will be because you patronize us. If you patronize us it will . f H ' ' n1 be because we treat you right. The rule works both ways and the store that , I t-v'. '. fails to recognize this principle ends up in ruin. :-t ? vt r We shall continue our custom of careful buying. "Quality" is the first ?p H $ ' W consideration. We stand behind our goods. If they are not right we make v ? H i them rig...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 October 1910

l I TO"ADVERTISERS-Reading Notices 10 cents per line first insertion, 5 cents a' line each additional insertion. Special rates on "long time" Readers. To H regular display advertisers S cents per line each insertion. Display advertising rates furnished on application. - M Iron County Record. I - Vol.17. Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Oct. 21 , 1910. No -46 H Republican Campaign Opens in Cedar, IWednoedny evening tit. tbo Ward Unll thu lopnblinau oampmun opened in Cedar with Seuntor Sutherland and lip. II. V. Lunt p. 8 tho Epcckere. There v.ns n largo number of poo plo preeont, avcry peat in thu build ing Lolug occupied. Tbo umi&IciiI ii unit era wero rxcolleut. Th plnuo dnot by Mrs. Aria Wotd Weister und Glnrn 11 Tuokur was especially Rood. Mies Pcurl Urlo eaug "Tbo FlHg Without ti Slniu"'ni:d Semitor Sutb -crltuid raid hoi it glowing comple ment u pen her ability. Qhn'nsuii Wilkinson, cf llo ru publican 'club of Ofldur, introduced II. W. Lunt HB Ibu tlret spoukor, who E...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 October 1910

H I Iron County Record 1 H 7 run itMie iviot rnr r CEDAR CITY, UTAH. 4 .. 7 M X ..... J ALEX. M. ROLLO m 2 ' Z Hj ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803. t M V EHTINID AT THI ClOAfl CITY POST Z H OfPICK At 1COMD CLASS MATTIR. y H i I H 2 8UD8CRIPTIOM $1.60 PER YfcAR 2 X ALWAYS IN AbVANCC, J H Hrltlay, Oct, ai, ioio. "ZIPPING ZION" A TOUGIl" PLACE. m Tho Suit Lnko Daily paporR havo M for yoar hoon advertising frial t- Lnlo H Olty, mill extolling Its lionutloa nuil Hj iliornlltlcH to tho liliihcnt notob M Jtoatitl fill It cortulnly Is, but moral, M in cnmparlion to other aitloa of itfl m nlzii, novftr. M Every paper that roaohon tlio rend- M ois oontnliiH accounts of rminJorp, M robborloH, and iiihhuIIh to nay notii M liiK of tlio iKitlotiH of tho rcnlilciitB of m tlio underworld. It Ih ludlorouo to B rend in ono column about tho grand M moral worth of tlm place, of tlio ox M oollont polloo protcotion, of tho fl gondy-Koody Hiilnts, and tbon In Mm m ntixt to road of a murder, aulolde, M HBBHiilt ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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