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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 November 1911

pFawr - i i fr pBspapapappiMSHBMPJPJBP''K!L ' '' '" t PsBBVBWPpaHinsWBflDHcMZfB r fllt.T.U of Huh ( BUI I Pax your subscription to the ecoJ$pf due, and we'll all be happy. iBNi Iron Count!? Record. m . fi . g " " - iHIHISIfl Vol. J8. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Uth?,Friday, Nov. 17, 19U. No. 4? , iHEB DAVID URIE DEAD. Succumbed to Pneumonia After Suffering for Three Weeks. Sunday morning the people of m the town were shocked to learn I that David Urie had succumbed to an attack of pneumonia. About three weeks ago he con- tracted the disease and had the I best medical skill procurable to m attend him, but all that could be done for him seemed to fail in I giving him relief. For a few days during the time of his ill- ness it was thought that he might B recover, but he took a serious ' turn and nothing done for him j was of avail. m David Urie was born in Cedar 53 years ago, and was the son of I John Urie of Hamilton's Fort. B He never took much interest in B public affairs, but was an hon...

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. — 17 November 1911

BH 1H && 1H H MONTHLY DIGEST. H Of Important Public Land H Decisions. m octoberIdigest. H Homesteads. B Under Section 3 of the en- B larged homestead act, as con- H Htrucd by insructions of June 23, H 1011 (10 L. D. 143), one who H makes homestead entry for less 1 than 320 acres may enter other H contiguous lands, subject to the B provisions of that act, which B nhall not, together with the H original entry, exceed 320 acres. B The initial entry of public land B under the homestead laws is H merely a declaration of intention H to acquire title to the land by B performing the conditions re- B quired under the laws. By such HH entry . a settler is protected B against intrusion by other set- B tiers but as against the Govern- mont his right is only conditional H and inchoate. Citing Whitney B vs. Taylor (168 U. S. 85, 95), B Frisbie vs. WhLnoy (0 Wall.; B To acquiro any right against B tho Government by such filing H or entry it is incumbent upon n B claimant to establish by su...

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. — 17 November 1911

LTaTaTaTLr v? -i ""vT' I . i Jmmmmm.l r LHHHLHHHHiH . fi " ) BBfl LB itbtbtbV The Little Chap Who's Gone. B V.m glad I loved the little chap H while he was here on earth, H For now that he lias gone away, B I realize his worth. B I'm glad that I was good to him, B and did not chide him when B He asked for stories I had told i B him time and time again. I B I'm glad I was never too much B occupied to play I B And romp about the yard with i B him, now that he's gone! X away. j His little face, his happy smile , in dreams at night I see I I'm glad I loved the little chap f, while he was here with me. I I. seem at times to feel his wee 1 hand snuggling close in I ' niine; I I hear once more his cheery voica I and see his glad eyes shine. ' I'listen. for his footsteps and at night, alone, I wait, Just as I did when he would come - to meet me at the gate. . ' ,The little hat and jacket which I at play he always wore, i Are there just as he left tlrem, j-.', hanging by the kitchen m door. ...

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. — 17 November 1911

H -?iKL jw-' H j ; Iron County Record H rVXIIMfl IVIT MIOiTif : CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H 1 ALEX. H. ROLLO B i nun H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1883. B (NTetEO AT THI CIDAR CITY POST' ; , . of net a ttcoHO clam mattb. B ........4. - ,, H i SUBSCRIPTION SI.SO PER YfcAR B ALWAVt IN AOyAKOS. Hl Friday, Nov. 17, ign. H; REASONS FOR THANKFULNESS. Hj A good old custom is that Hj handed down to us from the days Bj of John Alden and the native Priscilla tho custom of sotting H, apart one day of the 3G5 to give H' a thank feast to the glory of H" God's goodness. We are much H indebted to colonial Maosa- H ' chusotts for a festival so dis- H' tinctlvely American and so ap- H propriatcly national in its H; character and observance. And H1 we must acknowledge further H; indebtedness, if of a commercial H nature, to Massachusetts for the H' famous Cape God cranberry, H, which seems to have been especi- H' ally created to give tart spice to Hl ' tho roast turkey and dressing so H indissolubly associated wit...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 November 1911

1 & f w mm wi ii in nil m , ' . .-.-..--:.--.-"-:-:.'.-- --- ' J - - - pjHHSbK IV ) "" rift1 V-ytr i rjrT---i -,J- - -,. ... .. ,- n . miiam m in im r i-- -" -- ...,-... ....jM-Mir3Kiil ... ,.. . ;- . . , ,. r L . , . "MrT i w"11 jHHB I f " ' lif "' .". I Mm? I . ' f . .- WE AlfSJOUNCE '" J I t ': a ! Aram .r , . . j ' - :i8L a-KJ3Sri3 HOLIDAY f- r? t,r . frtoay? 'idember' 1st , '. : '' ' r I fiiH' i-- - ' E FINEST 9LME OF XMAS GOODS EVER SHOWN- ', I lw'"i" " ,N CEDAR. - ::':''" I. - ' 'lf. 1 '- DON'T GET EXCMMD. TImA ENOUGH TO BUY APTB'R f H .K f YOU'MAVEipBN.OUR LINE. i f CEDAR MEHNTILE LIVESTOCK CO. I I fki'V. i"iiMmH1Mtiiii nniiiimni inmmii iimnili-iiiiiiriiriMfti-'li1'lintTH-nii iiiiiiiimiiiinlmirniniiiiBniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii'iimiiii i iiniiiiiii' H I V A Statement. ) Y 4 Inasmuch as certain maligncrs I ' of Cedar City have been circulat- "'ing statements to the effect that " - " "' I have raised prices for my . pro- j 1 .fessional services charging ex- u tortionately high ...

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. — 17 November 1911

"TTH ' ' i - mmmmm Mil . ,Jl H . A Hero Of The Austin Flood. mm A special staff correspondent H of the Cleveland Press of October B 4 sent his paper this incident W connected with the bursting of M the dam: B Maude, n powerful bluck mare, H deserves a hero medal for life- H saving at the Austin deluge, and H Lewis Ryan, sixty-five, her Hj --. driver, whose life she saved, is W going to pin it on her, flgurntive- mw ly, by making the rest of her M life case and luxury. M When the dam broke, Ryan M was loading his two-wheel truck M to which Maude was hitched. He H raced for the hills, but halted H when Maude whinnied for help H as clearly, Ryan says, .as if she H had been gifted with speech, lie H hurried back cut her harness H and together they made for the H Ryan stumbled and fell just as H the huge mass of water and pulp H wood was bearing down on him. H Matul 6 missed him, ran back to H his side, and Ryan mounted her. H Sho carried him safe' above the H water-line. H "I would have...

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. — 17 November 1911

aHBro rTifyw . - jpy 'J5" " ' "" -f v . WT " , . HH lflKl&lEjfc i ji m iiwii hi 1 rViniii-rrnflir i r rnVT irfi irmHTr f J$P'. ,7 ; a'dramain! real life How It Was Unfolded to tlic Mas I I Who Tells It I ) I By WILLIS BARKER I 1 1 & Copyright by American Press Asao- 3. S elation, 1911. T When tho civil wnr closed the south had for four yearn boon suffering from a depletion of evcrj-thln needful to humnn belnjjs. It occurred to me that 1 might turn an lioncat penny by load liiU n wagon with household articles. Including provisions, drlv It through tho country and sell to the inhab itants. I started from NashYlllc, Tcun., with n two horso team. proponing to drive down to Sholbyvlllp. then ascending tho Cumberland plateau aud working toward cast Tennessee. Not far from Shelhyvlllo I overtook n man on horse back whose mount had cone lame. lie nslced mo where I was going, and when I I told him ho said he believed he would leave his horse and proceed on I my wagon. To accommodate ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 November 1911

IB.. .-' nr--- - - PTw-' " ' ,-XI HB ' ; ilk - "?rte- -' H-' BH W '! " wiwiai IWWMWIMI ! HB Things in General. fH Get your turkey ready for your jH Thanksgiving dinner. BSH Remember the Stake Priost- BHH hood meeting tomorrow night. HBfl Ward Conforenco Sunday in HH the Tabernacle. Don't forget. HH TaxeH were delinquent Wedncs- HH day. Did you get yours paid? BBH The merry squeal of the swine HHH is heard frequently these days. H Thanksgving comes on tiie 80th Hflfl of this month. Are you prepar- HflH inc for its celebration? HH Notice the display advertise- HH ment of Mrs. Wilkinson's milli- ll ncry clearance sale in this issue. HUH 1 Clearance Sale of Winter HHH Millinery at Mrs. Wilkinson's HH commencing tomorrow morning. HH LOST -2 lambs and a yearling HH owe in the Hold near Chattcrley 's HH residence. If found notify HH Jose A. Cisncros. B Last Saturday the thermometer HH - registered as low as 32 dcrgces B,' above zero. That's a good start B for a cold winter. H ' If you have...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 November 1911

v j& iv Baal Pay your suBacription'tri tfee ReetatfcT if due, and we'll all be happy j 5 fll I Iron County Record, i 111 flffi, '. Vo1- 8- , Cedar. GtyyJroo CZoontylllh,. Friday, Nov. 24, mi. No. 50 '" ' H v Missionary Letter. ifyk- f 64 Grange Rd.. East Middles- ris? borough, nglancH ftov. , 7th', "' 1911. . Editor Record: Trusting that f I am not infringing upon your j time, I take great pleasure in writing a few lines, informing i. -. my many friends of my ex i istence in far away England, and am happy to also state that as r each moment goes fleeting" by, my joy and satisfaction in the work of the Lord increases. It is here that I am impelled to ap- predate blessings that I had en joyed at home. Little did I re- alize the necessity of leaving my I! home and pleasant surroundings K to go into the world midst the I babble and confusion, to be 1 vilified, ridiculed, and looked up- 1 on as an object of reproach in I order to appraise the sweet I serene and peaceful influence I t...

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. — 24 November 1911

I V I I PAROWAN LOSES GOOD CITIZEN. H Tliottins Bensofi Passed (o Brighter; H World Last Saturday. I H ltj?lil)' Respected ntul Loved by all H Leaves Wife and HlRlit B Children, B Pa rowan, Utah, Nov, 21. m The weather is bo delightful, H that we would much rather be: M diit on a deer hunt than to he j M penning theso lines of daily hap-. m jfenings, but as duty comes be- j Hi ' fore pleasure, here goes: j H Several parties have been out m hunting and got the worth of H their license in pleasure andi m game. They were Jos. Bentloy, M Jr., George Cason, Clarence B Richards, F. W. Jakeman, James ' . Pendleton and John Orton. j R Dr. Donald McGregor lias been ' H hero recently, to assist in the , B treatment of our sick. H Dr. J. P. McGregor and Mrs. H S. J. Ward wore called to Para- H gonah on the 17th to render their m assistance to Mrs. Win, Robb of H that place. H The mother of S. J, Ward of m Pa rowan is at present in a very j critical condition, having fallen M in her home, break...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 November 1911

I QUEER HONEYMOON OF MRS, DOWNS She Shot Pirates and Shacks, Saw Mutiny and Felt Typhoon. TNJTIIEN a bride on her honeymoon yy shoots pirates, puts down n mu tiny, catches a, few sharks, gets catiRht In a typhoon and sails half around tho world Bho inay surely bo said to have had her full sharo of adventure. That's what pretty little Mrs. Nel llo Carter Downs, wlfo of Captain Frank Downs, skipper or tho Standard OH our masted steel bark Juteapolls. did, and she really ei joyed It !"5 She landed home In New York after & '" her year's absence brown as a berry, !i I TABUH MK8. DOWNS SHOT ONLT TO BILI 1 hard ns nails and. In fact, In such ra il dlaut health that every one who greet W" 1 1 ed her had to heave an envious sigh. 1 -1 Tle voyage across the Atlantic and R;I2---!. . nrouu t0 China was slow, but un- HE fcfflfiPit3lvnP jwunied tbntVCaptnln Hr Wm1own snd Ms crew of thirty-four, fol E"'" lowing usual custom. nnd loft tlio ship K "a to see tho slght, stole up to tho bark 1 at m...

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. — 24 November 1911

bbbbbB BBB B FBHMBBBBBBBnHBBBHflBBBHI bbh - ?BHBiiK-& BHBIBjj T" ? - - V H) H 'i i 1 H - I H 1 . b BBBH H r Iron County Record B CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H ALEX, H. ROLLO BBBH Bj C8TADU0HE0 BECEMBIR, I8S3. n BBBHfl BBBH SHTIRfO AT THE CKOAR CITY POIT H ornct a sicoho clam mattir. R B SUBSCRIPTION tt.SO PER YfcAR B ALWAYS IN H Friday, Nov, 34, 1911. B THANKSGIVING m The toil of the summer is over, m the crops have been garnered, B f and it is right and proper now, B I that we should stop for a few H moments and turn over thoughts, B r and render our thanks to the B 4 great giver of every good and B I perfect gift for the bounties we B i ' enjoy and the general prosperity m of the country. We would be B I very indignant should anyono H f accuse us of being ungrateful M " for the favors accorded us; but m I there is a law of nature that de- 1 F crccs, that if a man will not use H a faculty or power, he shall not H i retain it, and the spirit of H 1 thankfulness is not exercised as H I muc...

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. — 24 November 1911

Range Cattle Reliable Sellers. Kansas City Stock Yards, Nov. 17, 1911. Cattle received here this week 60,100. Monday " was high day on everything, though stockcrs and feeders have not lost much since, and butcher stuff has also held up good. Owners say mortality among hogs is forcing in a good many cattle, as they cannot feed high t corn without the pork end of the venture. Again, most of the ' cattle now coming from native j feed lots are coming out about even, and are therefore considerd, ' well sold. Dealers expect free I runs from native territory anoth- 1 "' v er month yet, and uneven mar- ' i . ' keta in the meantime. Range cattle are more reliable sellers than the natives, as buyers can , f count on creditable killing per- & . sontage from them. Beef atecrs " from Colorado sold this week at $5.00 to $5.75, and cows at $4.00 to $4.50 heifers $4.35 to $4.65. Colorado feeders sold at $4.75 to 'Mm to $5.35, and some yearlings bought $5.40 to $6.90 Best cows bring $5.25, heife...

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. — 24 November 1911

i " M Still Aflcr Land. H i People from various sections H of the country, east and west, H ' north and south, arc still after H Iron county lands. It is estimat- H J cd that in the neighborhood of H 15000 acres have been located H : under the Smoot Act since the H 'i 1st day of November, nnd there H are people comingevery day who H , arc locating more. H ! It will be but a matter of a H , few months before all the choice H lands of Iron County will be H l located, and it is a rentable H f fact that the major portion of it H ' will have been secured by out- H Hido people while our young men, H & great many of them, have been H sitting idly on 'their oars. H However, if the land is secured H by outsiders, there certainly H ' i must be some work done by H them to get the land in condition H 3 for cultivation, and consequently H the money necessary to do this H work will be circulated airong H I the pcoplo of this country to a Hi , ' great extent. Yet it would be a H J , good thing...

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. — 24 November 1911

' )mlj .-! t , HHHH ' 2L.0T OF COUNTRY EDITOR IS HARD. iPreacher Enumerates Various ','' Afflictions Former Has to Contend With. Elder John P. Galvin, pastor - of the Christian church of Fair field, 111., in a series of sermons on the different trades and oc cupations of life, recently deliv ered a sermon on "The News paper." Among the many good things he said were: "What am I doing for it? Kicking because it's not blowing my tin horn? But how much of myself am I lending to the paper by speaking a good word for it whenever I have a chance? Re ally how much of my personal in fluence can its editor depend up on? Much, or is it little? If I grow a big cabbage I want him to publish it, but I may hear item i after item of news about other j people's cabbages and I never drop him a line about them. Now as he is not almighty enough to be in all places at the same time, why not help him by making Fnews for his paper? It's rather a mean thing to take everything and to give nothing back but f...

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. — 24 November 1911

i fl I " i .' " I... i i . .. .,,.,... i .,, . , ... . ii H SELENIUM A RARE ELEMENT. H Used for Reproducing: Photo- m graphs by Telegraph. c j Selcium is a rare and little ' known clement described by the m ' United Stales Geological Survey 1 as having its greatest use in the i B- manufacture of certain glasses to m which it gives a red color and in M coloring enameled ware red. Jt H is used to overcome the natural H green color of ordinary glass H i and also in making glass of a B distinct red color such as that B used on railroads for signal H - lights. Selenium has the peculiar H property of being a very poor H conductor of electricity in the L dark and a fairly good conductor H in -tho light, and a number of H j electrical inventions depend on V ( this peculiarity. It has been H , used in experiments in tclophon- H ing along a ray of light, apd for B) transmitting sounds and photo- H graphs from one place to another Hj by means of a telephone or tcle- j graph wire. H7 m .. . . H...

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. — 1 December 1911

I - sfe 'HHH tTntrorsity oMItnh " - 'BHH Hh -- KHHN M Pay your subscription to the Repofoiif due, and we'll all be happy. Will I Iron Count!y Record. B W, ya. BBBnfl B Vol. J 8. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Dec. 1, 19 U. No. 51 HH Hr BP!S FOUR CAUSES OF CRIME. Bj; Bad Heredity, Environment, B- Industrial Conditions and mm Unenforced Laws. S (Dr. E. G. Gowans, in Advance) Without further introduction Br let me ask your attention to the C subject in hand. I shall begin mm with the four most important W causes of crime, as follows: R (1) Bad heredity; (2) Bad en- H vironment; (3) Bad industrial H conditions; and (4) A slipshod Kg method of- enforcing the laws. HI It is not my intention to enter Ml into an extended discussion of VB heredity, and I am sure that Wm while we must give to environ- mM ment a very important place as Wm a cause of crime, yet we must VB recognize that there is something IS in stock, we must recognize there 9 is something in heredity. There S are a few ...

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. — 1 December 1911

H Climntological Service of (lie Weather B Bureau. H Paklby Dallhy, H Co-operative Observer H CedarCity, Utah H i Observations for wcok ending M Wednesday, November 29, 1911. H Tcmpcralu"" "g.2 H o rt Character H 23 46 15 Clear H 24 52 21 H 25 52 22 H 26 45 22 27 36 14 28 33 6 I 'fid.40 9 " M : EVcry one has to fish for what H ' 'he gets. Others may possibly B biiit and take o(T the prize from B the hook and paddle the boat, H but the Ashing has got to be done . H by your own hand. Every other H means you may try will turn out! 1 a failure. TIGER CAN HUNT YOU AS YOU HUNT HIM I Lock Helped This Man Because I r Died on Reachlne Him H "WITS great uport to hunt a tiger." M j anld a wan who bun traveled all H orer the world to kill big game; M "Mit. bellovo mo, It's no fun to have n H tiger hunt you. H "I found that out In 1 rid In last year, L hero I hud go no to try the favorite P PHuthno of (ho EhkIIhU urtny oUlcern. m pig Htlcklnjr. I took it rlllo to my sta- M tlnn rh well an my npc...

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. — 1 December 1911

(j J HH HH r- 1 1 fr EX ! .Hi SAVED BY STILTS FROM LAVA HEAT Tourist Watched Too Long Old Mauna Loa's Flow. i i ,m NEW RIVER GUI HIM OFF. I Cut Ironwood With Penknif and i Reached Friends Just as On of the Improvised Implements Burned to Ashes Under tho Strain. WALKING on stilts Is lmnl enough nt the best, even for tlio experts in Boutlivru France, who work lu tho tnnrslies with them nnil whoso equip ment is ns near perfection as mny he. but to walk on an extemporized pair made out of Ironwood with a pocket knife and to do tho walking through a "jT river of red hot Inva is a feat that has occurred only ouee so far as record; show. The hero of it is an Knullslunnn named Watson, who with a party was looking over the wonders of the great volcano Mnunn I .on. in the Sandwich I Islund9. They had spent the night on the edge of the crater, and nest morn- ' Ing Mr. Watson wandered otT alone to investigate the Inva stream thut flows down tho southern side of the moun- , tain. Observed Scene ...

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. — 1 December 1911

) V ' V -.. M. iii imhhi uminiiimnin umtmmwmmtm.timtmfmm m ni.n.i n ,r mw i...., ; .iii.ii.iii.hu iif h.ibihii'iimiiu iuiiMmii iuwmiiiii m , ' ' , a.m"'" JJ!1""IL' " ... J ' m i Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H I ALEX. H. ROLLO B ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. H CNTBRCO AT THR CCOAn CITY POT H OFFICE AS SECOND CUM MATTER, M SUBSCRIPTION I.BO PER YAR H ALWAYS IN AOVAHCK, V r ii mi wm ' Friday, Dec. 1,1911. B What Will Congress Do? H Opinions as to tho net results H of tho coming ncssion of Congress H vary not n little. Some of the H HUtoHnicn already in Washington H lxliovo that Congress will pass HH praclicully no legislation. Others M arojuat is certain that it will H dolve deeply into tariff legisln- H tion. It is not very probable H that Congress will transact very H much business, as both parties H will probably feel disposed to go H ahead with much caution on the H evo of a big political campaign, H .in order to make as few mistakes H ' as poHsible. The currency will H rec...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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