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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 May 1903

b c THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAF ER 0 THURSDAY MAY It > 1903 d o LOCAL BREVITIES Allen E Sams of Ituekerville t was up Tuesday on business A M Burgher was in Jackson a few lays Mast week on busi ness Casliio J F Cox has bought a line combined house of It Kink I for fins Joe Martin has opened up a grocery store in r the Tinker building The Christian Church at this Iplace will be dedicated the third Sunday in June Squire Thomas J Fletcher of Canmrgo was in town several days of tins week I John W Burton has moved to the property at Granny Howard Hill andopened a saloon Dr Littlepage reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mr Schooler Estes on Tuesday the 12 tChits Wallace of Irvine acci dentally shot himself while clean ing a revolver and Is fatally injur Ml edi I Sam Billings the Furnaco merchant and Oscar Mackey of t upper Hard wick s Creek were here Friday on business Mr and Mrs Charlie Rupard of Wndes Mill visited the hit togs parents Mr and Mrs W i 11L l Jackson a 1 Vauirhns...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 14 May 1903

1 Sweet Potato Plants for Sale A S weet Potato sure tor every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the best varieties J W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky STANDARD I Shuttle Sewing I Machine CTAMDfXD GRAND BWKL PfcOHT rOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 up The Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 300 Hitches white other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there Is JIlt lA ddealer Applyto dealer In your towu address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio V T WEBB Agent < riny City KyI A SOAP T CROWS THAT t l 1775C9 H Rrs I to 1775 AMOt SOAP II Amof Toilet and Barber Soap Amok Shivlng Cream and Sbampoo This line of hisrbgrade soaps and prep arations command ready sales and are In larffo demand In all sections of tho country Made from a combination of pure oils and the Mexican Amolo Plant long cele brated font...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 May 1903

Ii i I I 1 I I Ar tAr r I1 EfITIMES lip I i t J A A I 50 Cents a Year in Advance 1 1Uelare here to heir C1ayCit 5 ouaiiug Country aoi Ourselvesri E Burgher > lr Publisher Vqi 8 VCLAI 1 OITY KY T SDAX MAY 21 1103 NO 21 Letter From Washington Gold end ale Wash May lQtlf1003I BRO BURGHER BURGHERAs has been great nunVber of people 1 that wanted me to write them I will ask you yourplilierf f Now as to the country there is some fine valleys of land here also some of the upland is good but there is a great deal oft the i land that is known as scab land < S which cannot be cultivated As to the products you catinot anise a general variety like you can in Kentucky You cannot raise more than the following vegeta bles successfully Beans cucum hers tomatoes mellons This ie a very windy country and it is very dry You have to irrigate the land to make garden or fruit in the valley It is the real es tate agents and railroads that have published the books about this country As to the homestead...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 May 1903

Yi I A t I I rHBi LAY1TTY TIMES l 1y A 50 Cents a Year in Athnnci > 1 1VcTare here to help Clay City iiog Conntry ani 0ursehes r I E Blirghcr Jr Publisher QVi8 r 1 OLt j t ITY KY J1LJ S PAY MAY 21 1103 NO 21 0 Letter From Washington i Gold endale Wash I May IQtll 1008r Into BURGHER BURGHERAs As there has been a great number of people f that SvHiiied me to write them 1 will ask you for a space fh youtfpttper y Now as to the country there is some fine valleys of land here also some of the upland is good but there is a great deal of alto i land that is known ns qcab land which cannot be cultivated As to the products you caiinofVaise a general variety like you can in Kentucky You cannot raise more than the following vegeta bles successfully Beans cucum hers tomatoes incubus This is a very windy country and it is very dry You have to irrigate the land to make garden or fruit in the valley It is the real es tate agents and railroads that have published the books about this country As t...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 May 1903

THE TIMES lifETIMES1UIILiSQED PUIILISnED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad race otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter I Thursday May 21 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices e below mentioned The TIMES andI CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 9 Ii Louisville Commercial 75 H Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING Tommy Christopher was below the last of the week Miss Olevie McKinney was vis iting in Mt Sterling the first of the week Rev B S Burgher of near Winchester was here a short time Monday Miss Besse Bffrnett is visiting her sister Mrs J W Dawson at Millers Creek this week Elder B F Wright and son Johnny were among the Mt Sterling court visitors Monday Mrs Elizabeth Burgher is im proving under the efficient treat ment of Dr Irvin of Clay City Miss Katie Tiptoh and Mr Zeke Sanford of Olay City were visiting friends in the village anday &...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 May 1903

THE TIMES t n r t nv I It AN ALL IIOME MADE PAPER t L I i JUURSDAY MAY 21 1903 f LOCAL BREVITIES q v Mrs Sallie Tipton of Donncl i < ly is visiting her sonJ B Tip ton and vifeat Rosslyn L f There seems to be quite a lot of tanbark being delivered at this market and it is commanding good prices James Woolery has been awhrd ed the contract to carry the mail t I from this place to Union Hall at an advanced salary 1 Rev 11 A Irvin pastor of the Presbyterian church filled the I stand at this place bath morning i and evening Sunday 1 Joint Bennett State Senator v Jfrom this district died at his IllSJ after a lingering illness Miss lloyt Adams the accom I plisheddanghterofJuclgeAdatns was the guest of Mrs Hubert i Hunter at Rosslyn last week t Mrs M L Christopher in re I hewing her subscription tft the TIMES writes to have her paper changed from Era Texas to Tex homa Okln Diednt his home near Vaughns Mill the 7tli inst James OlmrleSj of brain trouble Bu rial the 8th at the Christian Ii ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 21 May 1903

I Sweet Potato Plants for Sale I Sweet Potato slirs for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come nnd get what you need All of the best varieties T W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky STANDARD I Shuttle Rotary 4 Sewing Machine STANDARD GRAND SWELL IKOKT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ON BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 vp a The Standard notary runs is silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there Is De Apply your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City fly A SOAP THAT CROWS H to AAIU < N fsrtc I < tlal371 C AWOtESOAT I Amore Toilet gDzrbcr Seep Ample Sh yjngCrc8JDr JUlau too This line of blah arafe soaps nn1 prep arations command roaly salos cnil arc in large demand In all ectios of Ibo country Made from a combination oi puro ells nnd the Mexican Atnole hat lonr cele brated for Its lISeptla and...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 28 May 1903

1 t Ill to y f k + I < 1 J N J I J J < I JI > 4 fr j r THE f j fr I p y ft 7 It f i I T TlME M i i J 4 1 tii t I J 11 l IJ I I 5p Cents a Year In Advance I We are here jo help Clay CitytWSdrronDJiDg Country anj Ourselves JBnurlberJrI Publisher t flip V iJX < V t I VOL 8 A OLAY tITY Y MAY 28 1903i NO 22 egroShotIt It Jesse Eaton shot a negro nam ed Nels Daniel at the hall ground r t Sunday evening inflicting a flesh 04wound in the hip Eaton was accosted on the street Saturday night by the negro and at the point of a pistol began to bulli rug Eaton wlib was greatly ih ti undated by the negro When Eaton saw the fiend Sunday even iirib he asked him if he was the bully that had so badly treated i him the night before The ne gro said he was and threw his hand to his hip pocket asf he was ready eo resent any remon fitrance or rebuke Eaton might justly make for his conduct the night before Eaton was too I quick for him however and drew his weapon first and shot the ne ftgro with...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 28 May 1903

I I J J i I THE CbAYJ I Lij1 TIMES ow i j I 1JI I J U 11I 1 ijpy F 50 Cents a Year fnAdvo dI We are here Jo help Clay GityftWSiJrronDJing Country and Ourselves J B Hurgher Jr Publisher f YOL 8CLAY CITY P < oteTRSDAY MAY 28 1903 N0 22 i s iroShot Jesse Eaton shot a negro nam ed Nels Daniel at the ball ground r m Sunday evening inflicting flesh wound in the J tip Eaton was accosted on the street Saturday night by the negro and at the F point of a pistol began to bum rag Eaton echo was greatly ih titnidated by the negro When Eaton saw the fiend Sunday even ing he asked him if he was the I bully that had so badly treated t him the night before Tlinc gro said he was and threw his bund to Ins hip pocket as jf he was reixdy to resent any remon Htrance or rebuke Eaton might justly make for his conduct the night before Eaton was too quick for him however and drew his weapon first and shot the ne I gro with above mentioned re stilts Eaton wascleared of tfie charge onrexamining trial Tuesda...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 28 May 1903

1 I I i It Tastes Like Wheat t ft t retains the natural taste und f tlnvorof the wheat berry Makes t better whiter healthier bread ot than you have been using be + t cause it is milled from thet very best wheat on a first cluss 3 f uptodate millrun by wuter I power Let a 25 suck of 1 + Best Patent or I + Lily t to 0 talk to you It will be more a convincing than a barrel of + words Ask your rllcerf I RC Mansfield Son f h UISlItYX In + + Y + r rr + + 1 + + + + + V a I THE TIMES I t rUIlLISIIKD KVKUV THURSDAY J 15 burgher Jr Publisher Sutscripiion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclnss nmil mutter Thursday i Way 28 190i > > t J CLUir RAq ESr For the convenience of our sub Fcribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and Courier = Joltrnnl 100 H Cincinnati Enquirer 110 rt Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 7fl SPOUT SPRING Many teamsters are putting in full time now since the roads h...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 28 May 1903

Y tITHE TIMES IU 0 lIl AIL HOMEMADE PAPER 4liJ IJRSIAY MAY 28 1903 i i i LOCAL BKEVJTIES l i I Dr Litt1epa a veii to LIX + ingtnn Monday t G P Douglas of Levee was here Tuesday on bU8iile s A E Barnett fe Son arc doing a land ollice timber liiisinesis this season 4 Mr andMrs Lloyd Todd of HpOit Spring weVe trading in town Friday Floyd Day a former citizen of tlay City has moved frwn Jtidk son to Winchester These dusty days are Vtmindful of thiifflct that Cluy City badly needs a street sprinkler v to T1 e Carlisle public school building burned Saturday en wailing loss of 25000 Dr Littlepago reports the birth of a sou to Mr and Sirs Win Hogan Monday night t F FMr mid Mrs J A Fox of j p J Winchester were guests of the j I editor and better half Sunday j rIr Thomas Mount is very k sick nt the home of his brother I p > Joe Mount on Ilardwicks + r creek L Mr aiid Mrs James Douglas of Jftunicarne up Friday to visit I relatives here and on Hardwicks i Creel t CreelMiss 5 Miss Maggie Grov...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 28 May 1903

Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slips for every body will beTTeacfy To transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the best varieties J W Mize h v Vaughns Mill Ky STANDARD I Rotary Shuttle A ewfpg Map ilae STAttJAHD GRAKD SWELL PKOBT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We alto manufacture sewing machines that retail from StfOOcp The Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tIcl of a watch Make BOO stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there It na 1dealer in your town address 1 rim Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky A SOAP I THAT CROWS tt III RCG1Sr I I St tie U7 76l9 AMOtESOA JI J Amok T tart aibeSuzpT kmuleSliavhi Cream Dnd Shampoo This line of high 2rado sonpo and prep arationscommand ready sales sad aO in Larce demand In all sections of the country 11 ado from a combliu lnnof pUN oils and the Mexican Amolo Iiatit lontr cele brated for Its aseptic an ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 June 1903

a t I Ie t Y awyA THE CLAY ITY TIMES 1 I a I t 60 Cents a Year in Advanced We are hereto help Clay Citysue Sorrounding Cobalt and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher Im YOLo 8 p CLAY CITY ICY i JURSDAYJUNE HJ03NO I 21 4Taking a Long Recess The Republicans of Estill Coun ty are still inJho throes of a hot convention which met at Irvine a c number of days ago to nominate a candidate for Circuit Clerk After several days of futile efforts r forts to agree oven on a tempo rare chairman the convention ImSadjourned for ft long recess till July 14i The matter of dele gation from Millers Creek and L Station Camp hrS been referred back to another mass convention t whicl wIll be held Juno 20 j r Killed Coqkrell too i 1 Curt Jett has been hidicted at ° r Jackson for the killing of Town Marshal Cockrell some time ago The Commonwealth has been Y granted a charge of venue in the cases to Morgan county A re to has been made a gainst the cases going to Morgan but there is no just reason for this Morg...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 June 1903

to J 1 t L 1 M M WMMH y t HH MMMVM W PIV x k THE CLAY ITY TIMES L JHU JMi MHLw BH h M HLwi JHLM I I x 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Cityfue SarroanJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisheray S VOL 8 1 CLAY CITY KF iPHUKS DAT JUNE 4 1903 NO 2H b > lI lR Taking a Long Recess The Republicans of Estill Coun ty are still inJho throes of a hot convention which met at Irvine a s tnumber of days ago to nominate 1 a candidate for Circuit Clerk After several days of futile ef a forts to agree oven on a tempo rary chairman the convention hasVadjourried for a long recess till July 14i The matter of dele gation from Millers Creek and Station Camp hrB1 been referred t back to another mass convention whicl wIll be Held Juno 20 P c I killed C < xkreH too Curt Jett has been hidicted at Jackson for the killing of Town Marshal Cockrell some time ago The Commonwealth has been granted a charge of venue in the cases to Morgan county A re V monstrance has been made a ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 June 1903

ol to I It Tastes Like Wheat Bread baked from our flour v t retains the natural taste and llavorof the wheat berry Makes better whiter healthier broad + than you have been using be i cause it is milled from the + to very best wheat on a flrst class + 4 uptodrtte mill run by water t power Let a 25sack of i i Best Patent or i i Mountain Lily Ii + talk to you It will he more 3 e 3 convincing than n barrel of words Ask your grocer t t i R O Mansfield Son t KOSSIAN KY t + < H + + t < T THE TIMES u rUllLISHEI EVKKY THURSDAY J B > burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rales 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday June 41903 t CLUB RATES qFor theoonvenienceiofxour sub l i q scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 c Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING A son was born to Willie Olein and wife last week Mrs Nann...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 June 1903

f I f 1 > I c tr V J r A K sir L THE C TIMES I 110 iAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER r i = THURSDAY JUNE 4 190J r tt LOCAB BREVITIES I Business lively in tdwn t t 0 W Chess a Amber man of Irvine was in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs 0 V Easter visit 1d relatives at Ford last week Mr Press Npland of Knowlton + wasin town one day last week Ii IIe General Association of Ken tucky Baptists meets in Winches i ter the1 15th thol5thJ i E Niblack will soon have his business house and dwelling rea lyfor occupancy J E Burgher and family visit ed his father near Winchester from Saturday till Mondaj What has become rtf the play City Telephone exchange Our receiver is still down Charlie Maple who has been nt tending school at Lexington has returned school being out Gardeners report potato bus very numerous this spring great ly damaging tlus favorite vegeta ble VA Mr Hoffman of Michigan haVmoved into the LauraE Hull property in the rsJcrf1 part of town > i t Our photographer JUr John W IlenrYlnnkes the very ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 4 June 1903

PotatoPlants Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slips for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the best varieties XTW Mize 1 Vaughns Mill Ky 1 STANDARD STANDARDRotary Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine BTANDAUD GRAND SWELL FROKT s LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL t We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from I2CO up The Standard Rotary run as silent us the tick of a watch Make 300 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there Is M deafer in your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio L TV T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky S r A SOAP THAT GROWS IAABK OSa 1 i fR ri 14013776 O Mot 50LiP J AnwfeTSct and BarferSjsp Amoie Slaving Cream sn4 Shampoo I This line of hlzhsrrada soaps and prep orations command ready sales and are in large demand in all sections of the country Mndo from n combination of para oils and the Mexican Amole Plant long cel...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 June 1903

t + ft of pyr + t1 ham a f tts a r1 THE CLAY JfelTY TIMES 50 Centra Year in Advance I We are here to help Clay City tK SlrronnJing Country and OurselvesJ Ei Burgher Jr Publisher YOLo 8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY t JUNE II 1903 NO 21 The Way to Get the Most Money From a Bushel of Corn It is claimed that a bushel of corn will yield a larger product if the juice is squeezed from it than if it is ground into meal The follow ing computation seems to prove it Out of a bushel of corn comes four gallons whiskey From the whis key the distiller gets five dollars the saloon keeper seven the gov ernment four the railway one the farmer fifty cents the consumer six months bis wife a divorce and the taxpayers the bills As in many other manufacturers there are also some by products from the bushel of corn which ben efit the friends of the whiskey in dustry The policeman making the arrest receives fees amounting to a bout two dollars the magistrate who tries the case gets from three to six dollars the of...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 June 1903

k t I w j THE CLAY < i ITY TIMES 1 B 50 Centsa Year In Advance J We are here to Help Clay City the SftrronnJing Country and Ourselves J Ei Burgher Jr Publisher I tIN w VOL 8 CLAY CITY EY THURSDAY JUNE IJ 1903 NO2 f The Way to Get the Most Money From a Bushel of Corn It is claimed that a bushel of corn will yield a larger product if the juice is squeezed from it than if it is ground into meal The follow ing computation seems to prove it Out of a bushel of corn comes four gallons whiskey From the whis key the distiller gets five dollars the saloon keeper seven thd gov ernment four the railway one the farmer fifty cents the consumer six months bis wife a divorce and the taxpayers the bills As in many other manufacturers there are also some by products from the bushel of corn which ben efit the friends of the whiskey in dustry The policeman making the arrest receives fees amounting to a bout two dollars the magistrate who tries the case gets from three to six dollars the officer who ...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clay City times. — 11 June 1903

I It Tastes Like Wheat t j > t Bread baked from our flour retains the natural taste and I Uavorofthewheatberry Makes t t better whiter healthier bread t > than you have been using be j jcause it is milled from the i very best wheat on a firstclass J 9 up to date mill run by water 4 power Let a 25sack of ± ofi i Best Patent or I + 3 Mountain Lily i + talk to you It will be more t J convincing than a barrel of f words Ask your grocer At j t J R 0 Mansfield Son i to 110S8LYN KY l + K + oa + SPOUT SPRING Several from here attended court fit Irvine Monday lIrJP Wright is able to walk about town again we are glad to note Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd visited ed WJ Barnett and family i Sunday Miss Florence Tipton of Clay City is visiting friends in Spout Spring this week Quarterly meeting at the Meth odist church Saturday and Sun day June the 20 and 21 Mrs Mollie Dawson of Rab bitown is visiting her father 3 McKinney at this place Mr A II McIntosh has moved from the Collins place to Henry Wi...

Publication Title: Clay City Times, The
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