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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

jr AND NEWS R. F. GATES, Editor and 16 KILLED, 12 INJURED IN RAILROAD DISASTER Bremond, Texas, Jnn.'14-Six teen persons were killed and twelve injured when Houston &, Texas Central passenger tram fcram.No. 17, northbound, was .ferailed at Hammond, six mileea south of here early this morn- The derailment was caused by the rear truck of a chair car splittting a switch, forcing the chair car and four Pullman cars to take the siding at a terrific apoed and smash into a waiting freight engine, carrying it fifty yards, demolishing, the engine, and chair car and turning over one of the Pullman cars. Es- caping steam from the encrine scalded to death many of the injured. Rescuers worked by the light ef torches and the injured were placed on the baggage car and rushed to Waco for medical at- tention. The engine mail and baggage cars of the passenger train re- mained on th'e track. All of the dead and injured wereoccupants ef the chair oar. The 'dead: JAMES NEWMAN, six years Id, Dallas. L...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

T 15he TRIBUNE aid NEWS Published Friday of Each Week R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at tho post oilicq at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1979. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising- Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. In politics 1918 is gom to be a humjner in Texas. Have you paid your poll t.ix? Remember this is city, county and state election year, a.id if you haven't a poll tax receipt you are no more than n china- man, when it comes to voting. Bartlett boys and boys from the country adjacent can be found in all the Camps, in the Navy and also "Somewhere in France," and they will make good, too, if they are as good soldiers as they Were civilians. Here's to them, God bless 'em. The man who has not made some sarcifice, who has not per- formed some service...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

"fJJWP 4.,..j..j,'...HK'H0,H We Appreciate You We Appreciate Your Pat- ronage Dnring 1917 We appreciate everything you have done for us every word you have spoken in our behalf. We appreciate even those who might not feel kindly toward us, because they mayjbelieve honestly they are right and have a just cause to feel that way by us. In fact, our business has been so'satisfabtory during 1917 we feel like thanking EVERYBODY -those who are our friends and those who are not. Bartlett Motor Inn 4j.4j.j,,...jl.ijjlf4H"''''4W4,4,'t',J NEW YEAR OPENS WELL WITH JARRELL BANK. Returns to Seattle. The stockholdes annual meet- ing of the First State Bank, of Jarrell, was held in the direc- tors' room of the bank, Tuesday morning. The year's business was reviewed, a 10 per cent divi- dend declared, and a goodly sum passed to the surplus. The stockholders were highly pleased with the efficient management of the bank, and especially ap- preciate the faithful and splen did service of J. A. Comer, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

3 75he TRIBUNE 0' o oo- 0- O 0 0 0 DIVISION PUBLICITY OFFICE and NEWS JARREI.L NOTES. o NINETIETH DIVISION, o Camp Tr&vls. o o- . : . - Published Friday of Each Weok R. P. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March .. 1979. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special Tates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. Railroad employes will not be considered as Government em- ployes in compiling the draft elassificatipns, Provost Marshal General E. H. Crowder, has ruled. Thanks to the Bartlett busi- ness men. as well as the sub- scriber?, who are standing by their Home paper during these dull, tiying times. The Tribune feels grateful to them. Can it be that the dream of socialism is about to be realized? Shall all private property be tak- en ov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

mkmiikiMii tH'44WW,H,JM,44'H,'M"Ml'' Central Christian Church. urn j minimi LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- i ing'NOW is the ;.f$RCHILD LUMBER CO. f: .sfe'"'D. D...FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHOfe NO. 3 .$.K'4KM,H'H-HH'' ANNOUNCEMENT (Bell County) For Weigher, Holland-Bartlett. DAN OLIVER. Onion sets at Nowotny's. Alpenkrauter at Nowotny's Miss -Edna Talbot is reported on the sick list. The Red Cross sewing room continues to be a busy place. J. M. Roebuck was here Wed- nesday from Prairie Dell. Mrs. Henry Whitlow was here this week from Temple. John Dillard saw Harry Laud- er in Waco, last Friday night. Dr. A. Beckman was in Aus- tin Wednesday on business. Mrs. Eflie Bartlett has re- turned from a visit to Granger. LoRoy Lindemann saw Mult and Jeff in Temple Wednesday night. - Michigan Salt. All size con- tainers in stock yet. The Gers-bach-Wacker Co. FOR SALE 5 good Jersey milch cows, fresh in milk. J. W. Hightower. W. M. Lahgston is ampng those who remembered ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

i I $ frtjfi"C' t'$jfl''li8iE't,fit'ill v tt'i""Siw3,?'$HE STOP Worrying Your Friends By talking so much about your troubles. They would lots rather have you talk about how good you feel. Buy Your Drug Supplies Here and you wont have any trouble to talk about. 1 Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service frtM2MIMSfr3wSw5i4'l'ilM3' MlM22M2xIIM2I2MSIZMIMllMi'4Ml4i '''i Frank Pavel was in Waco this week. Gus Jesse.Jr., has employment in Houston. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neim,ann, a girl. Dr. M. R. Sharpe was here Tuesday from Granger. Carl McGlothlin has a position with the Sanitary Grocery. E. L. Hempel remembered the Tribune this week for another year. Sheriff Hugh Smith, of Bel- ton, was here Tuesday on busi- ness. J. M. Izard for wood and feed of any kind. Wagon yard in connection. Henry Doeshe and George Jochetz went to Belton Tuesday on business. Bruce Wilhite left Monday fu- San Antonio, where he will run a service car. Mrs. Caruthers and daughter, of Houston, were here on a v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

qiS:"'Vir v Don't Set the cold e prices, e PeopI li .Wheat Shorts at S3.00 Shucked" Corn ;,,....(, SI. 80 Meal, large - $1-70 Meal, half. 85c Syrup, large, Velva 1. 70c Syrup, small, Velva , 35c Blue Ribbon Syrup 65c Small can now 35c " Karo Syrup, gallon .. .-. 75c Karo Syri.p, half gallon 40c "Royal Sr.ip. gallon .'. 70c Royal Syrup, half gallon 35c Kerosine, gallon 12c Matches, per dozen boxes , 50c Forina, per, lb . ;... 10c Lima Beans .' 1 14c Bayou Boans lie Pea Berrv Coffee - 20c Fancy Java Coffee i 25c Liptons Tea, 25c size , , .'. 15c Fancy Table Peaches 20c Pie Peaches, 2 for '. tr 25c Lest Apricots, per can 20c Fancy P rs, per can ;; 20c Best Plums, per can , 20c Best Kraut,' Sib can : 122c Straw Berries, 2 cans. 25c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Black Berr'es, 21b can 10c Pumpkin, Sib can 10c Pineapple, 21b cans 20c Salt Meat 35c Hominy, 31b can 10c Hominy, small can 05c Kraut, 3 gal. kegs: $2.00 Kraut, 5 gal. kegs..'. '.. $2.95 Coffee, dollar size 70c Postum, 25c : 20c 2 Gal. Ja...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 January 1918

- 1V -y K. O 0 0 o o-6 -0-"-00" o o o M I 0 UEI) OttOSS ,N0TI1S. o 1 1 f.-0 o O O O O O O O 00 The Red Cross surgical dress- ings room, in the Masonic hall, has been reorganized according to the rules of the general au- thorities of the Red Cross. Any one who wants to work in this department may do so, if they wear a white head dress and loqg sleeved api'on. These two ' garments must be met. These are not requirements of the Bartlett Branch, but of the general authorities of the Amer- ican Red Cross. s The room is open daily from 1:S0 to 5:30 p. m. There are accommodations for twenty la- dies. Eyary woman should take scissors, thimble and needles to the work room. Let us line up and see that there are twenty every hour' the room is open. Our Southwestern Division Di- rector is urging us to hasten our shipments. If you want to do' anything for humanity, now is "your time. -o- -o- -o- AU who joined the Bartlett Branch during the.Xmas Cam- paign, and did not receive Red Cross buttons, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

&9f fy IT wi" -3 Vr,fila I !kfiFfflrsr wxt ' AND NEWS ft. P. GATES, Editor and AUSTIN AlADE DRY BY ALAtfOUITY OF 102 VOTES. Austin, Tex., Jan. 32. The capital city of Texas was placed in the dry column Monday, the prohibitionists Winning the lo- cal option election, hold exclu- sively within the corporate lim- its of Austin, by a majority of 102 votes. The total vote cast was 407(5, of which 2096 were pro and 1987 anti. It was the , third local option election with- in 18 months in which the vot- ers of Austin had participated. Monday's total vote was 435 be- low that cast in the last local op- tion election on November 15, the result of which is now being contested in the district court. In the November election the antis had a majority of 76 in the city of Austin and a total majority of 85 in the county. The pros were also winners Monday in an election held in St. Elmo independent Bchool dis- trict, lying south of and adja- "jBontf to Austin. The vote was 52 to' 36, a majority...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

iMMIHt S 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. It. F. CateiB, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March :. 1979. UIMMMWnWWMiilMWMWWMIWIWiilWWWIIlll.lll II" ' miiw w Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Hates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 mbnths. CONSIDER THE CANDIDATE (LufkbVNcws.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. It's woman suffrage and na- tional prohibition, from the "hand-writing on the wall". Only white male citizens can vote in July primaries and they robust have a poll tax receipt. Have you gotten yours yet? The trouble with some people is that their robes of righteous- ness" are entirely too light for anything except summer wear. The "feed stuff continues to be hauled out from Bartlett by the farmers, who have stock to feed. We hope this will never b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

A" -i- ., mmMMmttMmnrn HOBBY'S CAMPAIGN IS ' LAFNCtftetf AT DALLAS. Dallas. Tex., Monday. As a I'csylGf the meeting of1 more than 300 friends of Governor W. Px Hobby, here Saturday, the skeleton plana of a perma- nent campaign organization has been adopted, and with head- quarters probably at Dallas, work of properly presenting his candidacy is to begin at once. Utmost enthusiasm marked the Dallas meeting, according to those who attended, and it was declared that many 'well known , prohibitionists were among those who pledged them- selves to the Hobby candidacy. Walter J. Crawford, of Beau- mont, .was nam'ed chairman of the executive committee. This committee will have five mem- bers, r The report of the com- mittee on organization with Bart Moore, Waco, chairman, also recommended the naming of a central committee of thirty-one with Fitzhugh Hill, Den- ton, chairman. R; E. L. Knight, delivered the keynote address of the meeting, lie declared that there is but one issue before the pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

Notice Farmers We have bought to arrive within the next few days, two carloads of Plant- ing Seed consisting of all kinds of Seed Corn, Sudan Grass Seed, Millett, Kaffir, Maize and RED TOP CANE SEED. We are booking orders for these seed for delivery upon arrival. See us for prices. ALLEN Granger, Texas 15e TRIBUNE and NEWS R. P. Catcs, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas,' under the act of March 3, 1979. Pour Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. If spitting on the siedwalks waa made an offense in Bart- lett, the city funds would be materially increased, if the law Were enforced. Don't spit on and its very unsanitary. If the vagrancy laws were enforced, some people would have to either join...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

In the Ranks. CONTROL World War Wastes Europe's Meat Supply. icrioan Consumer Profited by ;180,000,000Fronch Situ American Stock Raisers Co-operato With Food Admlnlffltratlon In Con- servation Measures. ation Helped. IG HERDS GON JOAR jSpjI'y' .v ?t? . m SAVED HOME PRICE HELD AT 9 CENTS. Thin Nation's Suaar Supply Reduced to Soventy Per Cent, of Normal. Java Stocks Unavailable. Sugar 'rontrol lias saved tho Amor- Jran public $180,000,000, Herbert Hoov- er. United States food administrator, declared tho other day. He pointed out that sugar was sell ing for 11 cents a pound last August dltlon vlitunlly wtfogunrded Germany and that ft would huvo advanced to 20 from cattle shortage other nations now roDts n pound, with the world short- suffer. age as a Stimulus, had not 'the food in England1 some 2,400,000 acres of iftdmlnlstrrftlon secured the co-opera- Erass lands linv o by compulsory mens- trlon of tho refiners and wholesalers ure8 ueeu forced fnto grain production, and nxed a sugar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

.- i r r O o O O 00 '- 0 O - O M0""-0 I I o RED CKOSS NOTBS. o i I 4-i (- o ) o o o o t o o All members will please keep in mind the monthly meeting of the local chapter, at the Cen- tral Christian church, Tuesday tfhis meeting, reports of the va- rious committees will be made, evening, Feb. 12. at 7:30. At suggestions as to future work, with message from the field. We are exceedingly anxious to have a large attendance that all may know what is being done and what may be done. Many good things have been accomplished, but wo wish to press forward. Wo extend an urgent invitation to the men to come. Don't forget the date and hour. -O- -O- -0" The Knitters of Bartlett A. B. C. Branch knitted and shipp- ed in ten days, 30 sweaters, IF pair socks, 5 helmets, 5 pair wristers. Anything knit in pairs will be easier handled if tied together. It will bo im- posibln to give out yarn or ro- jcoive finished garments at tho work room any more so we are asking all who wish yarn please call at the h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

mmwi wwimj 1A s jBeBKBtiWixi.nmii'njMni'iiiiinJiim 1- Every (both ear wmKBtatatmrnimamaumrmiamaMttsaamam farmers for delivery upon arrival at a price which is a discount under present market. We being able to do this on a'ccount of early contracts booked before the advance. Several Ford autos for sale at a bargain, either cash or credit. tf Sf Sis Auto Delivery .V LOCALS AND PERSONALS Onion setB at Nowotny's. D. Zweig'has been on the sick list this week. , Mr. P. M. Cox was a George- town visitors yesterday. Just v received a carload of blacksmith coal. See J. T. Dil- lard. Jno. At Jones, Esq., was in Florence this week on legal bus- iness. - ' Bert Conner has been quite sick the past week with rheu- matism. A. Gersbach, Sr., has our thanks for, a subscription re- newal. Postmaster Lindemann was in Georgetown Wednesday on business. Just received a carload of blacksmith coal. See J. T. Dil- lard. "Mrs. J. D. Usrv. who has been very ill the past week, is report- ed somewhat better. FO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 January 1918

I '.'if ' Hi Lecture on Y. W. C. A. Work. W- ."& wfe ft. H N iiiiiimii- ""' '"n nwiiiiiiiiniiiii'iMUBiii'iiiiilMiftwi MMii"'iiiinrwnniTwn !! ! It By talking so much r They would lots rather have you talk about how good you feel. Buy Your Drug Supplies Here and you wont have any trouble to talk about. Leatherman Drog Company Quality and Service jM5j!414..$fr..H"Hi"MKKK Lec Bclk was on the sick list tlfis Week. Dan McKensie, of Lampasas, was here Friday. Tom Moore and mother were in -town Tuesday shopping. W. E. Montgomery was a Da- villa visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dozier were Taylor visitoVs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Patts were Waco visitors this week. Mr. Jacob Isaacs and Miss LaVerne Cates were visitors in Taylor Sunday. Bruce Jennings, of Davilla, was mingling Avith Bartlett friends this week. Miss Taylor, of Arlington, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. I. Moore, Mrs. E. M. Wilson has re- turned from an extended visit to her mother in Shawnee. Okla. Miss Sallie Isaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

i' , 1'?'i5. "C &f-y , ;. 1J ?'. f'-ir: k,' ' iV'V A N DU IE W S m r1 ' j y : J ' ' J ' '.' ' . '. . : '. 4 1 ' I il itfW vmm vrm:mj& JEW ' IFi II jP II 1 . . 3 Q IS' JP JUP JU' JUL' " N3 ' jz WW i"iw In? w fe ... V . EDITOR and IjnifflJi'iiiW'iAir- h' i i - -1 RSpHEET INFBB. TO JNATK CAJNUlUATliJ. , mll&3, Texas, Jun. 26. The urgeftl demand comes fiom ev- ery fletitf on of the state that the pronlbition forces get together for a final drive to make Texas dry 'by the election of a govern- or who "WJll take definite action to . itjtirfijtfiately close the oa- l6onahd'('j3top now the debatich- ingiimjiences around the sov- ei'alxAundred thousand soldier boys 'an .the. army camps within n our gates; The prohibition com- mittee is giving careful consid- eration to this important mat- te? and it is safe to say that a jstato-wide meeting will be called during the month of February ajiflin vthe meantime all loyal citizens" believing in good gov- efnirfent are urged to make no ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

. A a. ! "?'' WfcH MltlWPMMMltllJdlllW II Hill III. ,llHM.l i i i f Notice farmers We have bought to arrive within the next few days, two carloads of Plant- ing: Seed consisting of all kinds of Seed Corn, Sudan Grass Seed, Millett, Kaffir, Maize and RED TOP CANE 'SEED. We are booking orders for these seed yfor delivery upon arrival. See us for prices. ALLEN BROTHERS Granger, Texas T5h TRIBUNE fpPBP&ates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- terat the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1S79. Four Weelis a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch -15c ling Notices per line 10c !rred Position, per in 25c fecial rates on contracts for than 1,000 inches to be in 12 months. MiltSfflPflwi? The annual convention of the Texas Good Roads Association will be held at Taylor, Wednes- day and Thursday, February 6th and 7th, the opening ses- sion to be at 7:30 P. M., Wed- nesday, and all are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

'hJk "JJliRiir i ,. , y. i. -... iipi I c -, M4W4444HH444 t Leave the Worry , ;. To Us , worn .Something gone wrong with the car? A part , out or -a part need repair? Or do you simply want . to add some little finer touches in the way of accessories that make motoring a pleasure? Bring it to this garage. Don't worry trying to fit it yourself; Garajje men are made to work; your car for pleasure. Bartlett Motor Inn BARTLETT, TEXAS ..H-hMI-W"W-WW4W''M''W-tI"H''l- REGISTRATION OFFICERS MUST ASSIST ALIENS. Austin, Texas, Jan. 25, 1918. To The Tribune: Refering again to the matter of the registration of German alien enemies, February 4th to 9th, I have just been directed by the Attorney General, of the United States, to request you to give publicity to the follow- ing paragraph of Rules and Reg- ulations for Registration of Ger- man Alien Enemies: "All registration officers are reminded that many regis- trants will need assistance,and advice in filling out their regis- tration affidavits ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

w MMUimimiiimmimmk-m iMmnsm muh mi-num iiw'.i u wwwrtJWti'iiwiWiiwjiiyMw 1-" l "-- ' ' ' " " ' ' if .f'"l'j' ' "' "'" ' . i ' i -" r "''" '' '""1'i A ' ' '" "' ' V '' '"' f - tuhfi iiiYr'l inn u i niir mi V i liiii.in mi fin rfljM'i TRIBUNE Js7? and NEWS U, F. CatftS, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Greed and avarice must be eliminated more largely from our dembcracy ijf it is to be a good thing for the world. Fictitious prices on foods and on the necessaries of life, is an abomination to the Lord just as much as is a false balance, which mteans an unjust weight. We have got to have common honesty and common (decency in our dealings with each other, or our democracy has become a vile thing. Unless our democ- racy is capable of curbing greed and avarice, it is a failure. That is the besJt. government that sauiiea; to. me -gov- Jation, We have 56utihto the world's ai1Bpr ro henceforth we are to'pTaya conspicuous part in ...

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