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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 1 December 1908

T T Tw T r < 1 K < i j > t > t i fei 2 c L i I a c j THE WINCHESTER NEWS D4 I S u y MINERS BODIES r N ARE MUTILATED i F I Marianna Death List May Never Be Known I t I FIRST ESTIMATE REVISED I I Officials Now Admit That 338 Men MenI Went Down Into Shaft While Out 4 siders Say That Number of Dead j Is Neerer 190Two Victims Made 4 h Desperate but Unsuccessful Effort I to Escape the Deadly Fumes EffortI Followed Explosion I Pittsburg Nov 30 Twenty bodies i all but two of them horribly muti lated and a number of them dismem I bered were taken from the mine of N ofI the PittsburgBuffalo Coal company at Marianna 40 miles south of here i where an explosion occurred killing I many men and casting into gloom what was until then considered aI model mining town of the world j There is no doubt that the death list will reach 138 men Official of I t 1e company at first stated that not over 125 had been killed but now ad mit that 138 men went down in the i shaft to work According to mi...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 1 December 1908

r S ij t t 1 > 4 It 4i I t 1 V 4 It > 11 re r S ji b i > i 1 > > t 4i J r tk r F I i I tJ1I 1lIi 1rfJ 4h iW t flA T hi tC I Cff1o y t yy ± > rr j r 11 < trr g i 4 T t V d JIIt Y1 4 > WINCHESTER r 4 I fr PcI I < THE NEWq C < EHONKtU I I h IIELII Ai RICHMOND fr 3 iff j IfrfKinitt Han jASu1Iivan and t r S 7 Mrs Mary Cowrie DeHv y L Vt er Addresses r IlTCITilONDy Ky Dcc lTho educational whirlwind arranged by c State Snperin tendon jttF G Crabbe rand which is to sW4Idver the entire I > State of Kentucky tliis week was formally opened here yesterday af ternoon with addresses by Dr F W itt of Danville Hon J A SulIif i yam and Mrs Mary C Rbark > ofthis q city The large courtroom was pack t ed tq its capacity with anudence 3 i r which showed much intreht thei three eloquent addrg viihi ertc along the line of i he importance orf r edrtfhlior Ii 1 > The address of Dr Hiiiitt Was full I of inl le > ting facts regarding thr 1 y ineccstit and importance o...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

j t F > F i j > I > t i o r1 < f r r < 1 I rt I Last Edition V 1 i < i Y j I j 4 d Il rl bcs ldD jI t J t m y 1t t rrt i 1f < < > t r E J > J Yift7 t < x < LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER CLARK HNOT T Tl T CUESTER IVTT TYrr < THE WINCHESTER NEWS T V V V F F 0 V 5 L i cVs 1 < i y > JW a r i WEATHER tr itF ir Continued Cold Tonight Thursday Slightly WarmerIV V VOL L NO 44 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTSA WEEK 1T CAPTAIN WILLIAM AI ATTEOLL < 2fF IS LAID IN HIS FINAL HOME J j me mof Citizens Pay Tribute to the Honored Dead T Flowers in Greatest Profusion are Placed or His Bier As The News goes to press < this 1 bnght December day the remains of 1 f CanS thin VV A Attersall are being laid to x stin our beautiful cemetery 1 A former citizen tells this story of I Captain Attersall He was appoint f ed by the Council to buy a fire en vginb and other equipments for the t department of this city This gentle 1 ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

kt r l y J 1 R + K y l R 3 tf w R ts y y a u r a d ° i r iV5W3t s 1X 1 + t iV5W3tff ti ff > Vv 1 Lh al r y L x ff fit j v x r p HTWO 7 J THE WINCHESTER NEWSi I > 4 l ICILIN ROAD B ILDING A How Petroleum Is Used en Top c r Iof a Macadam Bed < A FINE SURFACE OBTAINED 5 J Better Than Asphalt Does Not Crack v and LumpRolling Must Not Be < Done In Wet Weather or When Ground Is Soft The old system of oiling roads and streets Is clearly a flat failure except ra moderate improvement of some ft of the worst thoroughfares The new system of making roads with oil is proving a success whenever proper methods are pursued ° The oil and natural soil no longer fo where real results are wanted The use of the heavy ten to eleven gravity petroleum has become quite general Its superiority has been well demonstrated but there is a wide dif ference between different oils of this gravity and with the same amount of asphaltum Some of that sold is well Y aighv useless although it is unques unques...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

r J J i J u V i 1 0 Jc k > < I c 1 J > J 11 THE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 rf f Paae Tbras c < I I rl New and Old n 5 Methods of a Cooking Meat v Dishes Swiss Roast Take a round steak about two or two and a half Inches thick pound into it as much flour as It will take using the edge of a heavy vye plate for that purpose When the flour has been pounded into both Sides put the meat into a skillet with some lard and brown it on both hr or use oil instead of lard Then cover with water adding onions enough to j flavor and a whole ripe tomato or an equal quantity of canned tomatoes > when the fresh vegetables tomatoei season Cover tightly and cook for two hours adding more water as nec essary during this time Just before the meat is done salt and pepper to taste A little of Grandmas Spanish Pepper is nice Delicious as this dish is when served hot it is also very nice cold coldEconomical Economical Ragout Put four table spoonfuls of butter In pan and brown Have two and a half pounds ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

i u r v u s w Jy rtr IM1 I 1 i v s3s Jit > K fySMt S r rhr w f f + > > > I T 0 < f ts > P thFour 1W < THE WINCHESTER NEWSs 1 HE J NEWS I An + inHependent Newspaper < Published bw i The Winchester News CoC r ti IncorporatedR f > Office South Main Streetl Kentuckyr C Daily Except Sunday JEntered at the Winchester Post Of Ik ° rV See as mail matter of the crassi r t SUBSCRIPTION RATES < i4 Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 Om sv eekr 10 > I payable at office or to collector viJiYery week > < it toMail Deliverya s 02 e iyeari3GO i Six months 7 150 25I I Payable in advance J = k ADVERTISING RATES DiSDlay Per Inch One timeany edition 25 M Three times within one week 50 < One week continuously 10 U < c One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 3our weeks three times a week 180 Four weekfe two times a week 120 x Four weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts 3 mouths 10 per cent 6 months 25 per cent oiie year 33 13 per cent 4 Readin...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

w a t c h f f THE WINCHESTER MEWSt 1 3 t Page live If J et t BodIr TY T1 d r Bird Dinner < Mr and Mrs Will Hodgkin enter F tinned with a most delightful bird dinner Tuesday evening at their j home on South Main The table a was beautifully decorated in red carnatio nimd smilax Among those present were Mr and Mrs JohnM Hodgkin Mr and Mrs Joe R Martin and Mr and Mrs J H v > MacNeill i > r < ins Daughters Bazaar De ember 10 = vr r A Me chant of Venice December Jl 14i c rs cZ r x + a < KissengerRedmon JMr Grinstead Kissenger and Miss r jtiiicy Redmon went to Cincinnati I Monday where they were quietly marriedMrs Mrs Kiesengei is a daughter of Mr William Redmon and is quite an attractive and popular young I lad Y while the groom is highly re il respected by all r J S HoskinsThomson Mr Clay Hoskins of Montgom ery county and Miss May Thomson will be quietly married this after npon at three oclock at the home 1 brides father Relatives 4 > ftne lint friends invited f5 I iV r...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

Q k r 1 t v t i rZr Six I > l THE WINCHESTER NEWS If tr2 C r t fgffi ill lJU f n rI7I X Cla Y 1l1 Jr r 2ISi zrrzor J P11L > CF J > c JrfTA r 1 f 4 y I tt t 7 7Ty7 I r CHAPTER XIJ Luella Knapp Tws women rose to greet me as I i the room Goaii evening said the elder wom asuieKiag out her hand You have fl t motiteeteti us for a long time There v area something of reproach as well as in the voice r TF C I replied adjusting my man sac aye elj to her I have been very irar i asrl How provoking of you to ao You should never be too busy ItaMIs the commands of the ladies j 311 is why I am heretI inter JJpiLJ with my best bow But she c CMtiraed without noting it > ZaeeHa wagered with me that you arrid make that excuse I expected jaaiiMiliig more original am very sorry I said with a TclctSMa of the bantering air she had tea U indeed exclaimed the young r unman to whom my eyes had Sanei as Mrs Knapp spoke her name Jvery unkind of you to say so iefi I have just won a pair of gloves Iby...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

l w r 1 I 1 r t 1 D Ht f < x i i < < THE WINCHESTER NElVSPage Page Sera CLEAN UP NECESSARY t ANNUAL u TURNOVER AN IMPOR f if TANT OCCASION j if > 7 r f If lrily to Get Rid of Useless Odds and Ends the Time Devoted iJ i to Furbishing is Well Spent There is nothing in connection with household economies that is of more Importance than sanitation and venti ventilation lation Housekeepers in the City scorn the country womans custom of a general upheaval every spring and fall but a little thought convinces that the coun trY Woman has the right of it The Housemaids daily efforts even where they are supplemented by the service ofa charwoman are not really suf ficient because at best they are never altogether thorough Then too we all know how rapidly useless things clutter up a place Nothing short of the regulation semiannual cleaning seems to give the impetus necessary to get at them t It is a mistake to hoard halfworn things Convenience isso often sacri ficed to sentiment Moth...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 December 1908

i I i t I Lr L rt = t J r i l 1 f 4 + i < 4 i A 4 t r i 4L w > > ° + J 4 i = 1L < Y 1PauEight I THE WINCHESTER NEWSc 4 J1 J i r < FORGER IS AUGnr > IN WASHINGTON CITY j r 4jlne Doyle Who Secured 75 From J vi BrownProctoria Hotel Fin < ally Landedb < sK rM = i f llie Chattanooga News of Monday i T November 30 contains a lengthy ac t count of the arrest in Washington Il of C H Doyle alias L T S r bogusr eheck artist who has operated hid i tera tJmoii and has one victim in this city yl le as far as known has only made l 1icie visit to Winchester and that vis itTis well remembered by Mr Wood t fon Moss manager of the Brown I 2roctoria Hotel as his visit he e put f MB to the bad to the extent of 75 < Doyle was sere as a guest of the v hotel and when he was ready to tllt 0e cashier of one of the banks as he da check on a firm in Washing ton he wanted cashed After being iold he left and returned in a short t j1fu1e Sing he could get the check xaislied if Mr Moss ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

G 1 I f > owl t tLII f 1E < 11r y > vv i rqoi < 1 pr r xr v S j l st lditi I hI W C j i l > 1 4 i F < r < S i Ji 1i t 1A I t i < < r S I f > i c r r j LARGEST r CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTYd 7 rl UEI WINCHFSTPR NEWS T T 11 wl 1JLO A IwlV i 11 I jt1111 nl I I YI Jyyl 111 it11 III 1y1y y1Y171 I Il II II I 1Ylylyl llyJ I I Ill 1111 f1 qllyl jlyl F irr Ell I < I IJthh1iJllt tlilt thltllthli t l it lilt ± m tiff 11rllrli 1 I Ilrlrl rll I w l l 1111 IW I I 11LI f Christmas 1e Jvt t ton 1i il IIIII1 11 I mr I i V III Ofye Mews will issue its m J JIJII Q JL Ws Wl tSStie t s li 1111111y1 m f I iriW tiff7YIY 7YIY II I Af L I f1 lit 1r 1 13ues6d2 2ec 15tLi I j III It will carry many Special IIi i Ylyl J I day Features Christmas StorIes mm mmw y III w 1 t It will be the Shopping Gutdei 1 lliI 1 I I y I t I trade v t 1 I tlt f of 11111 v 111 I 11111 4 I 1YI L THE ADVERTISERS WKO EIRE thi I I I I J 1111 n IW SPACE HAD BETTER NOTIFY THIS OFFICE IMMEDI...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

r + t U f fJ J 1 > I ij two u < THE WINCHESTER NEWL J ImfRHAHC SENSfS i f 1 Some of the Curious Facts Re r L v V corded by Physiologists < r ° THE PHENOMENA OF SOUND Notest i t 4f an Organ Are Inaudible to Some + Persons Peculiarities of the Deli t sate Sense ot Smell I7 5 If you shade the eyes you weaken your sense of bearing Try it with f u watch and the result will surprise you 3f you sip a glass of cold water you 3 JU Increase for a short time your 9 ower of vision If you till the mouth with water you wlll greatly strength en your sense of smell Many similar curious facts about the tenses are told by physiologists made1M 1M bathe world every day for instance which we cannot bear however close they may be Every sound must last a Certain time in order to he beard by the ear If it is an extremely feeble sound it must last quite two seconds < we cannot hear it But no matter bow long it lasts we cannot bear it if = it is a very low or a very hlgb note Extremely small anim...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

rfiiv + 0 a ti Ft r 1 > < < I > ae > 9ri yrv I 1 f w i i iv 1 + z r ivt iI < r i 4 > c i I > i f THE WINCHESTER NEWSf P9 tT HE ASPIDISTRA OR 4 PARLORPALM PLANT > vexieY or Decorative House Plant Which Responds Center V ousIy to Good Care t The aspidistra or parlor palm deI Jiy g its name from aspidiscdn a lit tle ground shield probably from the shape of Its flower which though somewhat insignificant is peculiar from its being borne upon the sur dace of the soil There are two forms green and variegated The aspidistra is perhaps the most valuable of all plants for room embellishment as well as for effect in the greenhouse whilst i being evergreen it is especially valu able for decorative purposes all the year round in fact its stately and bold appearance causes it to rank among the best of all plants for in doors In draughts and badly lighted rooms and with reasonable care it succeeds with but little attention It will also be found too more profit able than ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

< t < F 6 t 4 t > r laeq Four t THE WINCHESTER MEWS < 1Io r THE WINCHESTER MEWS r tl > A An independent Newspaper i c Published byg y > The Winchester News Cot Incorpora tedt r Office South Main Street > > Winchester Kentucky t I y l Daily Except Sunday v Petered at the Winchester Post Of f T fice as mail matter of the I tL < second class N 1 f SUBSCRIPTION RATES i t y < Carrier Deliveryt t wily > one year 4 20t 1 Joe week v 10 j f µ Yi Payable at office or to collector < Cfvery week j > i Mail Delivery plus year300 i ix months 150 jJ i e month 25 11 tPayable in advance I I ADVERTISING RATES I rr Incht r V pine tune any edition N 25 50T > > he week continuously lon 1 > jnecalendar month 300 I ior weeks four times a week 240 Pour weeks three t mist week 180 I Four weeks twp times a week 120 1 Four weeks odd tune a weckr Time discounts 3 months 10 perj f vent 6 months 25 per cent one 1 f swear 3313 per cent V a Reading Notlcesf Per Line ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

c > r try < 4 t fitl WI lit H ESTERN S 1j r r j Psw FlV8 1t 1 r 1 OdIETr 1 I I fwp f r 1 Hoskins Thomson The home of Mrs T W Thomson v Was beautifully decorated in white chrysanthemums in honor of the Wedding of Miss May Thomson to Mr Clay Hoskins i crIn the drawing room befcie the mantel was anarch of white chrys anthemums and smilax and in this bung the marriage bell of white bungcarnations carnations roses and cbrysanthe Vjmums As the peals of Mendelssohns march were heard the groom on a the arm < ofhis brother came in and j waited beneath the wedding bell i for the bride and maid of honor The bride was exquisitely gowned in blue cloth labored suit with hat and gloves to match The Maid was also gowned in blue cloth with eveiything to match The bride and groom stood beneath the bell while Mr O J Chandler in a most impressive manner united them in the holy bonds of matrimony immediately after the ceremony I the happy couple left for a trip to Louisville and will return Sat...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

Ib 4 i t > w + L f rS r n S I bA 4itiy ti J w S I 11 h ri IM6J I + C a atIsIx t 5 < i THE WIHCIESTER NEWS l < r P r rCH PTER XIII r > 113 A Day of Grace Resolve shame despair fought with each other in the tumult in my mind J g I passed between the bronze lions asd took my way down the street v I was called out of my distractions bucky y et cf cold water had been thrown over 7as I had proceeded not twenty feet 1f ken I saw two dark forms across the street They had it struck me been waiting for my appearance for one not to join the other and both hasten toward the corner as though to be ready to meet me E I could not retreat to the house of tie Wolf that loomed forbiddingly be Irfid me There was nothing to do but to go forward and trust to my good fortune and I shifted my revolver to Ike sidepocket of my overcoat as I stepped briskly to the corner Then I stopped under the lamppost to re cennoiter The two men who had roused my r apprehensions did not offer to cross tie stre...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

e s I tL w fC f q > ti x + I t k u THE WINCHESTER u JIEW t J r I Pa e Seven J r Fal11t ai 4 Garden J s USEFUL SONG BIRDS Easy to Show They Have an Actual Money Value In his war against insects mans most valuable ally is the bird The reenter number of birds live on In t Bects Even those which live on seeds when fully grown arc fed on Insects iffWIe In the nest As young birds ifcrow fast it takes many a worm to satisfy their hearty appetites A feature of the warfare of bird on bug Is the system with which it Is carried on Nothing is haphazard but each species of bird has Its own field I of work and In many instances certain i f nsects to which It is partial In win ter when there seems to be no activi ty on the part of the Insects one might expect the birds to take a rest but there is no cessation In the work of those which live on insects found on the bark of trees Watch a flock of chickadees They alight m a tree and examine each twig WHITE BREASTED NUTHATCH BED HEADED WOODPECKER f...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 December 1908

7 7t T L t T T f T t A J t 4 r J 4 1 l i II 4 r > 11 1jO t r 4 4 j 4 t 1 Lii 4 w I t p i 4 t 1 I V It 4 > f 1 r i J t L > < i E1vht i f i U iiviv Vy 4 THE WINCHESTER q HEWS < S I 3 t JlSOAYWJNS FROM I i f L iN RAILROAD t t7 I J Jf I Secured Judgment of 450 For Goods i I Lost in the Depot I Fire j tv D S Gay was given judgment Ysagainsfc the Louisville Nashville vcKailroad Company in Circuit Court f i Thursday morning for 450 Mr Gay was suing to recover for certain goods he had stored in the freight depot when it VaS destroyed i liy fire a few years ago Aftej the noon hour the Court then took up the case of D S Bowden t v against the Lexington l Easter Jailroad Qonwany in which Mr Bow ifen is suing for 10000 for in juries jr ceived bv being struck by apassen Vger train at the Pqndleton street crossing in this city lastJuly Up to jxess time the hearine of the evi enGe had not begun > I f DEPENDENTS DISCuSS 1 DIVISION OF TOBACCO Jt AL Meeting to Be Held In Cincinnati ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 December 1908

c I k 1 I 7nJ y r J 1 astdition er ± M r f e j CJ > f y > + r ° LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY r i 1 I3 O WINCHESTER > NEW < C K Ir F e WEATHER 1 7 Rain or Snow With Colderlf Tonight Saturday Probably J Fair Much Colder J j OL 1 NO 46 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1908 j 2 CENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A WEEDo w I BOWDEN AGAINST 4 a L1E1ONTRIAL I f Plaintiff Claims That Defendant Was w Careless in Handling Trainh SJ The case of D S Bowden against I the Lexington and Eastern railroad company that was begun in Circuit Court Thursday afternoon was taken up again Friday morning and up too z press time Friday the testimony for the plaintiff had not been finished s The plaintiff claims that he was struck on the Pendleton street cross ing near the depof by one of the com P passenger trains through gross railroadb f o mp any He claims that there was I no flaerman or watchman at the cross innand that the train did not give any theb crossing CTASSngr r The case will ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 December 1908

I JIL C1 I 4 tlH Oj oJ of J < r ttalJ1 twt I ti WINCHESTER I NEWS < i x f 11 Farm b J 1 a r m an iE Garden 4 < i 1 CAREFUL FRUIT GROWING jTtw French Obtain Better Results I J j Than the Americans i MJn this country says a French vIs or iI you just put thIngs n the ground 4Utd let them grow more or less hap hazard as far as I can see You have tJLSoil BO fertile that I suppose you can PEACH DEE TRAINED ON WALL fcipense with much that Is necessary Jo our old country But all the same I jdilak the fruit might be benefited if f did some of the things that every jr grower does France is the Jji > imtry of detail you know and we flak it pays In fruit growing Just as j aloes in cooking The fruits we pet and pamper most fee the peach and the grape The ma b ify of peaches grown in this coun try would seem to a Frenchman to be distinctly of the second order that s im the language of his fruit culture a peach de plein vent or qne grown on lee in an orchard Between peaches J jffuwn th...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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