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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

f two grr Building I Wliite Elephant on ftjHanus of Rier Town Once x Reputed for St reel - - Brawls CRIME WAVE NOW Inrr P II Hn ih f il af J aUVA VM L ppportunitv to Prove Fine Wi Oualitiei of Towns were roramon althoasJi nsturcs Mpoa c nuiitlr bswI Mt lliii in a town htn the rir jil i a nls niptnJ SODA AVATER AELL KNOWX Toarits Claim Kotheport Product Farnou From Ocean to Ocean kj1 T IT nS 5 1 f Vttf c a a - aaEin n l l l nyB8iagaagnigiiaiiH BbiiiMHHmV iill1 ir f iW 1 1 ff Hi gium mBSBKm lib 7nii terry ui a capcary o 12 art r X mil be obsolete wtra aJvgtr trjj it iotstrtctri TXit JulL JAIL NOT USED I M ROCHEPORT FOR 3 YEARS ztsiA u EW GASOLINE The whiA drunk was not a common v tt lKtSiin5i FEKRYPLAMNED IK MS IHMVII Mi - - The norta sufc of tkt Missouri Rhrr ioth trorj ton Roeitport is boiimd tcUh some of At racsi iemmu Nas httHten St Loots axd Aciuoj City JlijgheM liidder W J Nd rtinir wae lias vet resrbed Roche - rt or ralhej it struck the little lown P long ago that the present c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

- Crt Bowline and Frank Rollins are the week end guests of Mr and Mrs Robert uill of EstilL Those who will ilriie over from Colombia tomorrow evening to attend a tea given by Mr and Jin Estill are Mr and Mrs C B Mill er Dr and Mrs Dan C Stine Dry and Mrs Charles W Digges Dr and Mrs Dudley Conlejr Dean and Mrs J p McBaine Mr and Mrs Berry McAIm ler Mr and Mrs James Carpenter of St Louis Sidney Rollins Will Bowling C B Rollins and Mrs Adolph Bcutling er wbo is the guest -of Miss Ruth Rol lins Mrs II I Bragg who has been visit lug in Dight 111 for the last month will return to her home in Columbia to morrow The St touis alumnae of the Phi Mu sorority will give a breakfast at the Ho tel Sutler tomorrow morning in honor of the delegates who are on their way to the sorority convention at AshyiHe N They will attend a breakfast of Phi Mus there tomorrow and Miss Landis will go on to tlie national convention of Phi Mus in North Carolina Miss Julia DaV chaperon at the Chi Omega house was the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

i 7sr 5-1- PAriEFOUR Thc COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN jTPuEIMied eterf vemng except Sundrb tbe Missourian Publish ng Association lac Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri f AUONSOJO HNSPft WfMAca SUBSCRIPTION RATESi CitytCasjwn adnnceiYfarf 100 6 months ilOO 3 months Bj the jeeV 10 cn single copies 5 ceJJj j3p - Br Miil in Boone County Year 30 -6 montln lau 4 monuis jMr Qjjtsidc pe countr Year l150 3 luonin lAJi mjuuuj Payibjejin advance Member Audit Bureau of Ovula tions sccond classvmail mat- f TELEPHQjNE NUMBERS New - 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 Vhich road for us SThe world stands at the crossroads of progress Is it to chouse the nay of lattksbips or the way of cititenships The battle cruiser Ranger which the United Stales now has under construc tion will cost when completed 38000 000 a sum greater than the combined radovrnents of Cornell Dartmouth Am tent Vassar and Wellesley Tliese in stitu lions rank among tbegreatcst in our Nation and they represent the work of more than a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

Ult to right ihamfwns FOR SALE WANTED To rent 1 in me n Shark for school sear 8 to 12 room jri si FOR SALE Household goods bed- Idiog and dishes 214 St Joseph street M2H FOR SALE Oakland Light Six Like U person o norm rii street T 2S2tt FOR SALE Pony single harness cart and saddle Call at 818 Virginia Ave j I nue or phone 569 white a 253 FOR SALE Three new Eve room bun- galos almost completed on University avenue Strictly uploJate with hollow tile garage very deep attractive lots fine location E A Collins- 1203 E Broadway Phone 601 C 253 FOR SALE Banain in beautiful brick house close to University fine lo cation See us at once Carey r ohone 519 or 590 while G 2S3 FOR SLE Simplex Ironer or Man tle In good condition Inquire at 506 N Fourth St M2S3 FOR SLE Real good 6 room mod ern bouse south side close in good furnace full fire concrete basemenU J3750 pa merit of 500 and 500 a year until paid Carey Frasier 519 or 590 while C2S3 FOR SALE 4 room uoue newly re paired modern except beat l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

L51 PACE SIX i HAS COINS OF feFOREIGNLAIWS fer 1 7 aa Br -IN MANY ERAS Sonie So HubbexJ Tliat Country and DateiWIienThey were Made Cannot Be V Discovered L lUCV 1 s KRADFOKD OWNER X 4 Collection Has JapaneseCer hinm1f nf niinvil nnfl IT E PluribusiUnum Five Cent Pieces Amllerluin nf eoini rnresentins Wfh eiery oBlry of the ord is In f ijw of Alex lirldlotd II II uraaaway - 5tw piece are so old lhol it ik ijpli lo tell to lut country they Ittiz or the ilnte they were coined lingfjg the numerous toins of England xenMMr romparalnrly recen ranging frm 1B0 lo 1896 The coin are orn bin and the edges are tited antLotC A half cron from the reign irf Queen Vktoria ij in the collection pnine tide H tlie head of the Queen wntiwi the oilier the inscription of the Imtfan oierBment One English coin el lie time of Edward VII valued at wKieat la the vords lion Kong w H M frwn Holland Ceylon France CMoi iafan Spain Old Mexico tteimUic Netherlands in 1859 Ar fjfhm llraril Iliiia lrtu Haviaii IfrTtWi ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

t TfflRTEENTH YEAR r - FLOOD STAGE EXPECTED AT MBAINE SOON Missouri River Now Only Three reet Under rlood Stage Will Reach Crest Wednesday NO IMMEDIATE DANGER Stretch of Land 2 or 3 Miles Long Between River and Perche Creek May Be Inundated Witt the Missouri River riling moder atcly fast and now only three feet under the flood rtage there is danger of an overflow before the crest of the flood wave n reached at McBaine on aay morning according to George Reed cr head of the local office ol the Unit ed Statea Weather Bureau The river has risen nearly three feet since Satur day A special flood warning was issued to day by the weather bureau advising caution all along the nrer but saying that no oversow has been indicated ex cept at Brunswick The river below Lexington bow ever wdl rue for several days according to the warning and there is now water enough in sight to give bankful stages from Wavcrly to the mouth of the Grand and nearly bank ful stages from the Grand lo the St duties Rive...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

PACE TWO ADVERTISINGS 1871 A WORK OFLITTJLEiRT Layouts Found in Old Papers m - - - lfn Means cf Realizing Ad- - vancement in rast Fifty Years A FEW PICTURES USED Merchants Used Town Sheets to Remind Customers of Debts Editor Clas sified Ads In trading modem advertisements one FC seldom realms the tart improvement made in newspaper advertising during S lhe last fifty tears Publicity or tiling first took tlie form winch ve todajr elry - There vere some theater sale and tV legal ads BfR Take a glance backward fify years ana examine auvenucnicais appearing in Columbia newspapers then In an B ue oi a locaj paper uaieu June ou joii appears on au wnevcin one urm respectfully informs the public that it fcj aas received a large and magnificent uock oi lamiiy groceries oiierea lor sale on most reasonable terms for cash or country produce Bring on your rgreen backs and produce and we will IV endeavor to make it o your interest to wk trade with us concludes the ad A lurry stable ad saysr II L p...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

ifews 0 Columbia Society Atu Corinne Madley society editor uill appreciate if if y uitf telephone society items between 0 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The marriage of MissOralmjn Cav ins daughter of Mr and Mti Paul Cain northeast of Colombia and Phil- M Marr ton of Mr end Mrs 0 A Marr 618 North Eighth street was solemnized at the home of the brides parent at 6 oclock yesterday eening by the Rct J T Hendrix or HaHsrille The couple was attended by Mis Pauline Flint of Mexico and Harry Lin coln of Colorado Lohengrins wedding inarch was played by Mist Lillian Flint a cousin ol the bnde Immediately af ter the ceremony luncheon was sened to the Immediate relates who attended the wedding The bride was an honor graduate of the Columbia High School of the class of 1921 Mr Marr is a senior in the School of Law in the University and will complete his course next December He is a member of the Phi Delta Phi fra ternity After July 1 tile eonple will male their hom in Columbia until the first pfc ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

m tr 2 - rV r fr Am 110 - JAe COLUMBIA EYENING - Published every evening ercept Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Int Jay II Tveff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makacek jSUBSaURTIONj BATES Crty Casfi iMdvance Year JLOO 6 months 200 3 months JIM By the week 10 cents Singh copies S cents By Mail in Boone County Year 100 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the counlv Year 10 3 months 123 nrortih 4 Payablejn advance Member Audit Bureau of Circuit tions Entered as second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBEKS NVw 274 Advertising and Circulation lie meant business or Byways 55 THE GENERALS JOB Charles G Dawes the Cussing Jier frorrChicago is anpljdng ftis charac teristic methods to one of the most norlant and difficult Jobs in America enough to attract attention Jn gashing With the paint on his nlme plate stiT damp this is hardly a proper tiroeo take stock of Dawes tbeCempUotcr nt Att txWstHiintr miints ronirrillula tions may reasonably be exchanged ij PresidentHarding di...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

at Foreign Products Supplant 4 Those Raised in Eng land General Slump Is Evident London June 27 Agriculture in England i doomed the farmers say by the withdrawal f government control and assistance Without government as sistance either in subsidies or tariffs firmng in England will decrease and England villi be dangerously dependent ujiun foreign supplies particular American- Die government took control during lie war in order to encourage the farm ers to make England more nearly self tupporting Since the armistice the land lias been slowly running back to pasture unit the agricultural industry of Eng basis Farmers want the restrictions on labur removed and the price guarantee continued What the government had in mind under the guarantees was to create a better industry but the cost to the gov ernment was greater than could be orne and they decided out of hand that the experiment had failed Following the withdrawal of the gov efnment from the industry the Minimum Wage boards will go...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 June 1921

y 8 f - -- PACE SIX WASHDAY1S vFARM PROBLEM 37 Per Cent of Rural Women Scrub on Board 57 Per r Cent Use Machines r m tit Pilirrimt i2nil on Ph mouth Jlock and rstablisfietl Monday is ash dar h Ken customary for Amniran housewives to do trie lamuy washing In the cities where laundries alxjaml and on the larger farms where i labor i available the housewife has emancipaleil herself and pasted the auns prcblem to other Jwulders But not so with the average farm worn- an - fin the country farm women usually have the lak of doing the family wash III and it nlitules a real farm prob lem acronlinjr tn Mift Addie Koot of the home tlemoiWrahr jffice under the direction of the agricultural eilrii ian senior vWlth a view to ohtaining accurate in irnMtiaii n the wa iing problem as Miwouri farm women have to cope with fta wa liins machine Furvey wa recent- iyv unite Tlie Jcriment was made in Clay County It was found that 37 per- tejit of the women wash on the board ind that the average size of the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

HOUR NAMED TO ASK 11000 AS ROAD AD Committee Was Appointed Last Night to Aplpear Before Stale Highway Com mission 18 ATTENDED MEETING Engineers Have Recommended Tliis Amount for Improv ing Road West of Columbia Appointment of i committee to ap pear brfote the Stile Highway Commis sion in an effort to obtain money for the improvement of the Old Trail road between Columbia and Roeheport was the outstanding result of the conference f f road Tommissioners and members of the Commercial Club held last evening in the offices of the club Engineers of the State Highway Commission hare al ready recommended an appropriation of 111000 for the improvement of the road vest of Columbia and the approval of the recommendation by the commission mil mean the improvement of the road from one end of the county to the other The commissioners of the Harg special road district which extends from the four mile limit of the Columbia district to the Callaway County line agreed at the meeting last evening to b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

i ftACZTVO many students lEARNlmtRJPAY g by Various Chores tor bit eorrarat 00 tab aUlecsrat Dean Memfortf of the CoBere at ApSeoSore ie3jj czDed to misda great maoj - drsU bo bare pot tsesaerre Urospi jtikbcef and bo hate gone oct to WrertJ aaI aerre ia socn prater mea Breitbin iter rrer eoald bare hoped to ii riitoot tbeir trU avic eoBeje er lierieBcel Jarre narairr af MoeaU areeara Is raoorjr ja Tarion waja ia order to pot Ibemierta tcroagn scbooJ ur Dean F B Mostord A conuderabJe aaaiLer are ensplojcd in doiof Wt aragad Ibe him noch as nuTVins ut ag care of tbe atock keeping bam and sublet i order feeding cattle and nog -and doing Visular wetz Quite a few TarsaV IBi - -V I - X S50O U500 BOO tare rasp ed lUdkiag tiler the w jk that t needed la be mK on the d Tercet experinsrai nebk Several axe kept bray working far lbs bocfieufcore deparicnent looking after ibe orchard and taking ore M tie vegetable garden Bar are not only fooad doing lii sort of work bat yon wflT Sod then waitin...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

fT ttyrrJi wTf - v News of Columbia Society with the College of Agriculture in the University and Miss Delia Constance Atltgaard daughter of Mr and Mrs E D Astegaard of Moorheao1 Minn took plsce at the borne of the brides parents last Friday according to announcements hich have been received in Columbia Mr Trowbridge is a graduate of the Columbia High choo and was a student in the College of Agriculture for several years His lather wlio formerly lived hi Columbia is now connected with the eiperiment station at Fargo Mien Mr and Mrs Trovlviidge will -make their home in New Salem N D where Mr Trowbridge is manager of a large iiolstrin dairy herd Miss Laura Ann Ilcrsman of Sturgeon who has been the guest of Miss Willie Mse Lightner for two weeks returned to her home yesterday tK fare ell luncheon was given at the Daniel Boone Tavern at noon today by the members of the Itoundtable in honor of Dean J P McBaine who is leaving for New York to leach in the summer session of Columbia Univers...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

paewuk h rtirmiiMHiA vvvkikc fe MlQSfilJRTAN Published nnj evening except Sunday by tbe Miuourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay 11 Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON XUiuum SUBSCRIPTION RATESr City Cash in advance Year HjOO 6 months tlDQ 3 months 1100 By tbe week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mall in Bonne County Year 100 6 months 1150 4 months 100 viOutside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents I1 Parable in advance Member Audit Bureau of tions Entered as second class mail mat ter i nuMULttd K jfNews 274 K IJaIlim at I Wtllalmn CC utciiiu5 uu uikawinw OUR ENVOY TO JAPAN H Charles Beecher Warren a Detroit lawyer has been appointed ambassado to Japan by President It most ItSUnt aV personality to foster confidence and fcood feeling there Mr Warren has had valuable eiperi ence in handling international affairs for the United States In 1896 he was as sistant counsel to the Joint High Com mission which settled the Bering Sea controversy between this country and E...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

m In the Field of Sport tOCAL TEAMS T READY TO MIX st Contest for City Honors Today Soldiers Meet Postal Clerks The Twilight League Columbias lo cal baseball organization which is under the management of Coach Johnnie Mil ler will stage ill first contest lor city I1 i ViUICII 1HCCI II1C office force on the local diamond t 530 oclock thi evening The league which is composed of en leans representing different institu tions within the city majr hare an ad ditional competitor in the Columbia High School team which has asked for a place on the schedule Although the schedule is already made Coach Miller it amious to get the local high schoolers a place on it bccaue he believes a ser irs of Scheduled games will serve to stimulate more interest in Ugh school baseball and possibly some ma terial for the Tiger team They will probably play on Frida evenings should thoy be allowed to enter the contest Following is the schedule as it has been arranged by Coach Miller Soldiers vs Postoffice June ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 June 1921

V pi Z8 r ft 4 - m m I v A f PACE SIX MISSOURI MAN i GOES TO CHINA - - Fariious Engineer Returns to Orient Following Call i for Assistance V Hailed as tlie man lw has done tlie to promote civil rrtftineertns in Japan Dr John A L Waddell 8 Mi- vf youiian nn ttkom the honorary degree fir rtnr el Lat i cotilrnra by the in 1001 returned lat month tf to tli Land of the Rising Sun after an alimee nf thirty fire jeara Since his lint trip In Japan in 1832 and lor the four years he spent at professor of Civil Kntineering in the Toklo Imperial Uni tersity Dr ttaddell has Ied in iNew York and Kaneas City where he has of fiecs as a consulting engineer Now lie has returned to the Far East to introduce furtlier lienefits of Western civilization into Asia llOftS TO AID CIIIM Tins time his work will be in Qiina tThe Chinese Government U about to liuild a new railoay bridge across the Yellaw KivTf an important step in the 1 1 j j i jj ctwnmeriai anu muusiriai ocvciopmeiu tJ the Republic Dr Waddell m...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 June 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR I WW LEADER TO SERVE HIS PRISON TERM Big Bill Haywood Will Re- turn From Russia Where He Went to Avoid Sentence BAIL NOT FORFEITED Attorney Says He Will Come Back as Result of Negotia tions With This Government Br VmtttJ frm Chicaco Jane 29 Big Bill Hay wood trader of lbe I W WV will lum id the United Slate to serve a twen ty Tf lerm in the Leavenworth priion District Altomer Cl vA rri wA it word from Russia today that Haywood oum leave there July 12 and arrive in the United Slate Julv 2S Haywoods return said bis attorney nas loiiowed negotiations with the Unit ed States government in which it was proposed that Haywood would return providedi that his 1S000 ball would not be forfeited TO ASK COUNTY COURT FOR AID Help Requested for Improving Ula 1 rails ltoad Across Boone County Co operation of the Boone County Court in the improvement of the Old Trails road from one end of tie county to the other will be asVed by commit tee composed of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 June 1921

PACE TWO ORDINARY 2 1 SEER WBEXT St fc as- - 1 Bt SOLDAT550 jCk aouri best 6eld preparatory to the cer location of the fields of pure seed for 5 sotting during the present season r fWMany hradrrds of bushels of wheat from a distant slate ere sold last sum mer to Missouri farmers uy salesmen who represented tlfcir product to be a superior graoe 01 pure sera ine price of this seed was 350 although ordi nary seed heat sold at 12 and the pure seed from the Missouri fields examined and certified by the Missouri College of Agriculture cost at that lime only JJ a buheL There a e no less than eight varieties of -wheal in the fields where this tSSQ -wheat was sown Iat faH says Roy T jKirkpatrick who is inpecting wheat in Southeast Missouri Although this seed was represented to be pure Fultx it was nothing but ry badly mixed Fultx ij wheat that sold last fall at Z Since this seed was shipped in from outside Jhe state to fill orders that were taken idirect from tin- individual buyers on show o...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 June 1921

L Mill Corinne Mocker society editor tall appreciate it if jou will telephone society items hetuten 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Announcement has been made of thr marriage of JIis Mabel Garke nd George Simmons both student in llie School of Journalism -which took place last Saturday night in Kansas City Mrs Simmons -was one of thr last years Tiger Queens She will remain in Kansas City with her parents this summer and will return to Columbia the fall to complete her work in the Uni versity Mr Simmons who completed his work in the Lniversity at the end of the spring term was in Columbia Monday on his way to Nashiille Tenn where he will begin working July 1 on the NVhville Tcnnesean Miss Buelah Prckham armed this morning from Itoselle N J where the has been teaching for the last year to spend the summer with Dr and Mrs J W Carryer at their hornc 101 i Walnut street Miss Prckham has an AB and a B S from the University and an -A M from Columbia University After -receiving her A M she ta...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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