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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

St,' " 1 V f'w4 r i'J K' (Etil Imhm Mtmth vj 1.3 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Septembet 85. 1910 NUMBER 13 r JS j i H I r LOOK LIKE BATTE SCARRED VETS. First Kentucky Caught in Wreck Before Reaching Fort Harrison at Indianapolis. Indianoplis, Intl., Sept. 12. A wreck in which two were killed, two seriouly injured and many other persons received minor injuries occurred a half-mile east of the Brightwood yard limits shortly after 7 o'clock this morning. Big Four train No. 9, due in Indianaoplis at 7:45, struck a special from Louisville carrying the First Kentucky regiment to the army maneuvers at Fort Benjamin Harrison. The fireman on the soldiers' special was killed. The engineer jumped and escaped. The fireman was E. C. Ike, of Anderson. Maj. H. E. Mechling and nine enlisted men were injured. The soldiers were lucky in having at the head of their train behind the engine two cars filled with tents and equipment. These cars took the force of the collision. A freight train cr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

.' JAD WILSON'S CROP. This poem from the pen of J. Tandy Ellis is such a true story of the thousand that have been kept under by the Trusts that we reproduce it from our worthy neighbor, the Cadiz Record: Jad Wilson had been t .- ' in' Well 1 reckon, tw. v.. years. A raisin' uv tobacko An' a croppin' on the sheer, An' when each year was windin' up It was the same old thing. He had as much at Christmas. As he started with in Spring. The expenses kept a climbin' And his children numbered more, Oh, the Lord delights in sendin' Lots of children to the poor, But Jad kept on a scratchin,' On his face there came no frown, But the price of old white burley, T.-. r, rlmnntn' cftlfirlv flnWTI. I And he wrestled with the fox-tail, And the and weeds, And the pussly and the cutworms. An' the sweat stood out in beads On his bald head as he hustled But no cheers came fioatin' roun,' For the papers had predicted That the crop would sell 'way down. In the winter when the buyers Come a ridin' to his ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

IJC'. . 7 , 15 - N pi lY " 11. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL Writes J. S. Newcom In Answer To Inquirey, as to Selling School Houses to Pay Old Debts State Captiol, Mr. J. S. Newcom, Weston, Ky. Dear Sir:-Your letter of recent date, addressed to the Attorney General, was duly received and in reply to same beg to advise you as follows: When the school law of 1910 was passed, it did not say anything about who should pay off the old debts owing by the common school districts, and this department, in an opinion to ,the Superintendent of Public ruled that these old debts should be paid by the County Board of Education out of the county school tax which the act authorized to be levied and collected. The Court of Appeals, however, in the recent case of Logan County Fiscal Court vs. County Board of Education of Logan county, held to the contrary, and under the construction as the court has placed it now the old districts will have to pay off this indebtedness, notwithstanding the fact the Count...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

--Vf-Jl JSS 'J VJy.ifl EErf GIVE US Uv ,v,t. H, Tfy'Sfi 'J J- fc r. MA 1S& OPENING V ! V b OF THE NEW FALL GOODS Yandell Gugenheim Co JU tJU fcb JH V Tr TT ffl. FALL CLOTHING NEWEST DRESS GOODS THE THE , THE NFWEST SHOES FALL GINGHAMS IT I 3I l"l I THE BEST OF SHOES LADIES TAILORED SUITS R CS H I STYLES PRICES YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU WANT HERE --- . ,- r . t - . r. K. W-v 31 CSk. . .T !. C71Ki. 3irC5 .7fC 7KZ. Vl5 J(Kv - K..iVr Wc give Gold Trading Stamps vEfjc Crittcnuen ficcor&.prcsi? N. E. CALMES Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class aniter February oth 07 at tbe postoflice at Marion, Kentucky, under die Act cf Concress of March 3 One Dollar the Year in Advance. GRADE CARDS for sale at this office at 50 cents per 100. NOTICE TEACHERS Grade cards can be had at this office for the low price of 50 cents per 100. La Follette swept the State of Winconsin for his re-nomination. The Republicans will meet in convention at Henderson Oct. 4, for the purpose of nominating a can...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

i ?rwWBPW M f'A "V . .-' . : iff!"? v l .-?( -Vj -v . . .-v rf' j" ' v"'VV i-" ' ? "'.' 'v'(h'i ifv'r I Local Happenings Hon. Albert Butler, of Salem was in Marion Monday. Mr. Jess Gray, of Salem, was in town Monday. Seldon Answorth spent Sunday with friends at Blackford. Jerry Croft, of near Lola, was in Marion Monday. G. W. Horning of the county had business here Monday. J. W. Baker, of Salem, was in town on business Mondny. C. W. Bryant of the county, was in town Monday Dr. L. G. Taylor of Fredonia, was in town Monday. C. W. Allen of Gladstone, was in Morion Monday. Dr. Dan Stone left Monday for Lebanon, Ky. W. R. Thomas, the Hotel man of Tolu, was in Marion Monday. Miss Ellis Gray left for St. Louis Saturday. H. V. Stone and Tom went to Blackford last week- . There were more than the usual number of drummers in the city last week. Uncle Eli Nunn, a wealthy farmer of Mattoon country, was in Marion Monday. Mrs. Will Carnahan and daughter, Miss Virginia, are visiting in Blackford t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

COL. ROOSEVELT IS ORATOR AT OSAWATOMIE CEREMONY He Delivers the Chief Address at the Dedication of John Brown Park, Discoursing of the Present Day Struggle for Human Betterment Osov.atomle, Kan., Aug 31. With elaborate ceremony. John Hrown park, i , ., ... .u a 11.11:1 oi - uii uie 6'"uuu - where the battle of Osawatomle was fought oJ years ago yesterday, was dedlcateJ today and presented to the state of Kansas. The culmination of the uffair was the dedicatory ajjress, which was delivered by Col. Theodore Roosevelt. Prellmlnarj exercises were held yesterday, and the program wns resumed at 10:30 this morning with a concert by the Thirteenth Regiment band, followed by a drill by troops of the Kansas National guard and the regular army. Meanwhile Col. Roosevelt's train had arrived and all the thousands of people nssembled here went to the station to greet him. After dinner all gathered in the ne 1 park, where there was a parade by the soldiery, the Grand Army Woman's Relief corps and c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

J "Sm.-' n rv M TOBACCO TIDINGS ENCOMNG Conservative Farmers Place Fifty per cent of the present Crop as of Superior Quality. GOOD QUALITY ASSURED " Fifty per cent, of the 1910 crop," said a safe and conservative farmer to me on yesterday, will prove to be of superb quality, the best in years; forty per cent, will be of a higher average quality than any forty per cent, of last year's crop, and only about ten per cent, will be indifferent and nondescript. Of course," he continued, "I am assuming the late tobacco yet to be garnered will meet with no accident, and will be handled nicely and as a matter of course I am speaking of Henderson county tobacco, for I know nothing of the other counties from personal observation but I am persuaded by what I hear the same high quality will characterize the 1910 crop throughout the Stemming ,, trict territory." I In line with this subject of 'quality I beg leave to quote an experienced tobacco man wlw has been riding over the country singing up t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

SJi .- jm PAT NEV HAT s A ! RE50LVEDH! DONT HAVE Too MUCH CM YcuR MIND AT ONETIME -THE BE5T THING YOJCAU HAVF0M6uR .XDiSA YOU MEET THING HEAD. r LET )3 PUT THIJ ON YoUR MIND. IN rHEHAT5U.SINES(5. THE HAI-5 WE CARRY MAKE J3 IN THE HAT JU-ST A3 3O0H A3 THE .STYLES ORIGINATE ON BROADWAY WE HAVE THEM IN OlR JToRE. YOU WI.SH A NEW HAT Do YOU NOT? Yol7 KNOW AN OLD HAT OR AN OUT-OF-DATE HAT WILL KNOCK THE .SHINE OFF OF THE 3VT Of CLOTHE-5. COME IN AND LET J3 3HOW YOU THAT HAT YOU NEED. RESPECTFULLY, CARNAHAN BROS. MARION KENTUCKY. COMPANY T LEET i LAST SUNDAY For Fort Ben Harrison, Near Indianapolis, Ind., for a ten Days Review. Company "K" Third Kentucky Regiment left Sunday afternoon in their special coach for Fort Harrison at Indianapolis, Ind. The Company of fifty well drilled men were in command of Capt. C. W. Haynes. A large crowd of friends of the boys were at the depot to see them of and wish them a hearty good time. Following are the officers: Capt. C. W. Haynes, Fist Lieutenant, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

y l? I L ' vrtl X i ' i 3,U M3 3 V1ARI0N, CRITTENDEN COUNTY,' KENTUCKY, September !5. 1910 NUMBER 13 h OOK LIKE BATTE ? SCARRED VETS. Fint Kentucky Caught in Wreck Before Reaching Fort at Indianapolis. Indianoplis, Ind., Sept 12. -A wreck in which two were killed, twoseriouly injured and many other jxirsons received minor injuries occurred a half-mile cast of the Brightwood yard limits shortly after 7 o'clock this morning; Big Four train No. 9, due in Indianaoplia at 7:45, struck a gpecial from Louisville carrying the First Kentucky regiment to the army maneuvers at Fort Benjamin Harrison. The man on the soldiers' special was killed. The engineer jumped ' and escaped. The fireman was E. C. Ike, of Anderson. Maj. H. E. Mcchling and nine enlisted men were injured. The soldiers were lucky in having at the head of their train behind the engino two cars filled with tents and equipment These cars took the force of the collision. A freight train crossed from north to south on the switch te...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

MAI Wl cultuf to itf numj Star? rlsee num!' sacne the, ing, Finf urn a b11 thai aft pro a ge no set Tin In an th Off : pe tu fl W8 cc: wlf th tat 8U ro; th: do P an,' sh cufi caf ad be, In fa WJ Ql el 51 i S. If JAD WILSIN'S CROP. This poem from the pen of J. Tandy Ellis is such a true story of the thousand that have been kept under by the Trusts that we reproduce it from our worthy neighbor, thevCadiz Record: Jad Wilson had been conpin' Well I reckon, tvui years, A raisin' uv tobacko An' a croppin' on the sheer. An' when each year was windin' up It was the same old thing, He had as much at Christmas As he started with in Spring. The expenses kept a climbin' And his children numbered more, Oh, the Lord delights in sendin' Lots of children to the poor, But Jad kept on a scratchin, ' On his face there came no frown, But the price of old white burley, Kep' a drappin' steady down. And he wrestled with the fox-tail, And the and weeds, And the pussly and the cutworms, An' the sweat stood ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

t 1 V 1 As '4. I ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL Writes J. S. Newcom In Aaswer To Iaquirey, at to Selling School Hoaset to Pay OU Debts State Cnptiol, Mr. J. S. Newcom, Weston, Ky. Dear Sir:-Your letter of recent date, addressed to the Attorney General, was duly received and in reply to same beg to advise you as follows: When the school law of 1910 was passed, it did not say anything about who should pay off the old debts owing by the common school districts, and this department, in an opinion to ,the Superintendent of Public ruled that these old debts should be paid by the County Board of Education out of the county school tax which the act authorized to be levied and col lected. The Court of Appeals however, in the recent case of Loirnn County Fiscal Court vs County Board of Education of Loiran county, held to the con trary, nnd under the construction as the court has placed it now the old districts will have to pay off this indebtedness, notwith standing the fact the County Board of E...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

gel fc pt At cl 't i4r V. rtt $ ..- ft.- & -?; 1m H. ft-' Ik pMHHHMMMMMHHM .')? r i si'sMiiisirwiifttisaiiiauHH mi m ft tiHlfrsjta?cslMBIlFI i to j Jl jp OPENING s OF THE NEW FALL GO OPS - ;l J THE RIGHT STYLES NEWEST DRESS FALL GINGHAMS LADIES TAILORED A LOOK We give Gold Trading Stamps vX(je Crittenoen ftecor&.preaii N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Knterrd at matter February gth 7 t the pot toffice at Marian. Kentucky, under the Act of Comreu of March J. 1873. One Dollar the Year In Advance. i am GRADE CARDS for sale at this office at 50 cents per 100. NOTICE TEACHERS Grade cards can be had at this office for the low price of 50 cents per 100. LaFollette swept the State of Winconsin for his re-nomination. The Republicans will meet in convention at Henderson Oct. 4, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress against A. O. Stanley. It looks now like R. J. Salmon will be selected for the sacrifice. A Small fire at the home of Mr. Goodloe Thursday called out the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

ft? i 1 f f s s Local Happenings r Hon. Albert Butler, of Salem was in Marion Monday. Mr. Jess Gray, of Salem, was in town Monday. Seldon Answorth spent Sunday with friends at Blackford Jerry Croft, of near Lola, was in Marion Monday. G. W. Horning of the county had business here Monday. J. W. Baker, of Salem, was in town on business Mondny. C. W. Bryant of the county, was in town Monday Dr. L. G. Taylor of Fredonia, wnsin town Monday. C. V. Allen of Gladstone, was in Morion Monday. Dr. Dan Stone left. Monday for Lebanon, Ky. W. R. Thomas, the Hotel man of Tolu, was in Marion Monday. Miss Ellis Gray left for St Louis Saturday. II . V. Stone and Tom went to Blackford last week- , There were more than the usual number of drummers in the city last week. Uncle Eli Nunn, a wealthy farmer of Mattoon country, was in Marion Monday. Mrs. Will Carnahan and daughter, Miss Virginia, are visiting in Blackford this week. Clifford Dean, a bright young man of St, Louis, is visiting relatives in the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

. ' rv 11 I 6$ i , i h Ifal m IwH) . sVP Bejgyfayjfl :W COL ROOSEVELT IS ORATOR AT OSAWATOMIE CEREMONY He Delivers the Chief Address at the Dedication of John Brown Park, Discoursing of the Present Day Struggle for Human Betterment Osawatotnle, Kan., Aug. 3L With elaborate ceremony, John Drown park, a tract of 22 acres on the ground where the battle of Osawatomle was fought o4 years ago yesterday, waa dedicated today and presented to the state of Kansas. The culmination of the affair was the dedicatory address, which was delivered by Col. Theodore Roosevelt l'relimlnar) exercises were held yesterday, and the program was re sumed at 10:30 this morning with a concert by the Thirteenth Regiment band, followed by a drill by troops of the Kansas National guard and the regular army. Meanwhile Col. train had arrived and all the 'thousands of people assembled here 'went to the station to greet him. After dinner all gathered in the new park, where there was a para'de by the soldiery, the Gra...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

-i. &M v &.- TOBACCO TIDINGS ENCOURAGING Conservative Farmers Place Fifty kL per ceat of tke prescat Crop as of Superior Quality. GOOD QUALITY ASSURED " Fifty per cent, of the 1910 crop," said a safe and conservative farmer to me on yesterday, will prove to be of superb quality, the best in years; forty per cent, will be of a higher average quality than any forty per cent of last year's crop, and only about ten per cent, will be indifferent and nondescript. Of course," he continued, "I am assuming the late tobacco yet to be garnered will meet with no accident, and will be handled nicelyand as a matter of course I am speaking of Hen derson county tobacco, for I know nothing of the other counties from personal observation but I am persuaded by what I hear the same high quality will characterize the 1910 crop throughout the Stemming iv trict territory." : In line with this subject of iuality I beg leave to quote an experienced tobacco man why has been riding over the country si...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 15 September 1910

E ii t! v If- - Ift v r T l b K, r ""IP. e - . . PAV NEW HAT zjM&t W 'vWHfHNffl RESOLVED!!! DONT HAVE.TOO MUCH OM YOUR MIWD AT ONE TIME -THE BE5T THING 60jCAN HAVFONuR raMDiSA NEW HAT. WHEN YOU MEET PEOPLE THE FIRST THIISC THEY SEE 15 YOUR HETAD. LET VS PUT THI-5 ON YolR MIND. WE -SHINE IN THE HAT THE HATJ WE CARRY MAKE JS IN THE HAT JVST AS SOOH AS THE ORIGINATE ON BROADWAY WE HAVE THEM IN OlR -STORE. YoU WI-SH A NEW HAT Do YOU NOT? YOt7 KNOW AN OLD HAT OR AN OUT-Of-DATE HAT WILL KNOCK THE -SHINE OFF OF THE FINE-ST -SUIT OF CLOTHE-S. COME IN AND LET VS -SHOW YOU THAT HAT YOU NEED. RESPECTFULLY, CARNAHAN BROS. MARION KENTUCKY. COMPANY T LEET LAST SUNDAY For Fort Ben Harrison, Near Indianapolis, Ind., for a ten Days Review. ' Company "K" Third Kentucky Regiment left Sunday afternoon in their special coach for Fort Harrison at Indianapolis, Ind. The Company of fifty well drilled men were in command of Capt. C. W. Haynes. A large crowd of friends of the boys were at the depot to se...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 22 September 1910

!. I t '1.1 j ' I THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS 113 3 INTEREST IN MININING CIRCLES BECOMING LIVELIER EVERY DAY. Everything Now Indicates the Recognition of Old Crittenden as the Richest Fluor Spar, Lead and Zinc District in the World and soon to More than Doable All former Outputs. The Editor of this paper has been taken to task quite frequent ly of late, because of a lack of mining news in these columns. Now Mr. Editor has said nothing to the writer of these notes about it, nor made any complaint: but we think we understand his side of the case. All questions have two sides you know. The most an Editor can do ,. when he is rapped on, is to look t pleasant. Editors come nearer Xreally carrying out certain scriptural injunction than any other class of mortals. They y have to. No other course is open. The scriptural injunction referred to is turning the second cheek when smitten on the first. If Editors would always bristle up and take notice to everything their lives would be one whirl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 22 September 1910

V ) H f il 1 k 'S. r i ". t M 'J, t I ' i l i ir v l t OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Interesting News From 'he National Capital of the Grestest Country on Earth. Washington, September. Bo-ginning September 21, day of the calendar end of summer, will begin a series of cabinet meetings at which all the stags of the presidental family are expected to be present and dissuss executive matters as in committee of the whole on the state of the union, as it were. The meeting will last several days, and at it each member will make report of his achievements during the summer. President Taft it is understood, will discuss with the cabinet the main features of his forthcoming annual message to Congress. The White House convention should be an unusually interesting cabinet event, drawing to its deliberations members from all parts of the country and from beyond its confines. Secretary of State, Knox, who has been spending the warm period at his summer home at Valley Forge, Pa., will report on the intern...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 22 September 1910

OLLIE M. JAMES ISSUES STATEMENT As Menber of Balliager tug CwMiktee Sjr Ckuap CUrk Next Speaker. FROM LOUISVILLE HERALD. Congressman Ollie M. James, who is a member of the Ballinger Investigation Committee, is out in a scorching statement in reply to the report issued by ' Senator Knute Nelson, of Minnesota, Chairman of the Investigating Committee, issued Tuesday at Chicago. Mr. James declares that the members of the committee favorablo to Ballinger are afraid to malte public their report until after the November election. He says that he is satisfied that the report by Senator Nelson and his colleagues will be a whitewash for Secretary Ballinger and for the reason they fear to make it public until ' after the election. , MUCH WROUGHT UP. Mr. James arrived in Louisville this afternoon from his home at Marion. He had just finished reading the statement issued by Senator Nelson and the big Congressman was considerably wrought up to say the least. It was after he had finished the Nelso...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 22 September 1910

WWVggV!M IKttBBBBSSBrSfsSSgS9 in ,,! itwttrttefcSSflN T J I STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER THITC the way we can if- WKf V'"' W-R' &2V$ "! ? ' ' i Tfi iLilj V. H rnnrcmaoit kaw Dotvrui o 10 NEJW YORK AND OUR PRICES SAVE YOU We have them for THE BOYS STYLED like the mens clothes COME AND SEE THEM mber 1 ' v. t: j nvs ha u T - ' I Q$mmmsgmwmPs OUR FALL GOODS ARE OPEN WASH1 e talk, about LETTE! w Again the Summer is oyer, and your thoughts are turning towards .The Clothes the question of new Fall'attire. Again, as in the past seasons, we have prepared a most inviting display of the very newest and most up-to-date News Fron WE Styles in '$ of the Gre i try on Eaj I ! ?ton, Se leptembej dar endj a serie at whichl sidental be presen matters i whole on , as it w eting will at it eacj jrt of hisj e summt underst the cabil f his fc .age to lite Hon an uni j et ever J rations )f thecc s confirj Knox, the wai' ' lome at report c ',, ations J-' articula? licaragu ' iry of w on 1 m the t be on h ...

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