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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

;<:v. o: ;<s• •.<s •'-• Pala.ce Barber Shop Shurp razers and cIp 'm towels. All kinds of bar- ber and tonsorial v ^rlc. Agent for Stain lord Steam Laundry * .skets leaves on Tuesday^ re- turns on Satu«">.,>. Cull and see us. Parks and Shaw, Proprietors •£> & I I r t 1 :A: m vM^Láf? - ij¡M¡j£Á ■;■. Ski Bradberry & Norn's GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantiy Located Firstclass work of all kinds. Horse specialty. Your bus.ness solicited. "A >4, d' iV1. Once upon a time there was boy mill he applied for a job. "W e don't wnnr la::y hoya hero. Are you fond of workasked the boas. "No. sir!" answered the boy, look- ing the boss straight in the fa e. "Oh, you're not, aren't you ? Well, we want a boy that is.'' "There ain't any," insisted the boy, doggedly. "Oh, yes, there are! We have had a dozen of that kind here this morn- ing looking for a «ittuition with ih." "How do you know tliev are not lazy:" persisted the boy. "Why. they told me to." "So could 1 have told you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

752 UetSUTUK r«w o a va uirr the l« DETERMINED TO ISH SOMETHING. mON BUL READY Is Authorized to Investigate $1t4,000 Duo From Uncle ••id Taxation. Committee on Revenue ud Taxation reported favorably the billa by Mr. Mason, which provide for the return of tax rolls to Assessors by the State Hoard one month earlier than at present, and for the automatic tax board to announce the rate earlier K The senate is determined lo accomplish as much work as pos eible during the remainder of the *.es •ton. Ia accordance with this dcumv (nation, Senator Murray had adopted ■ resolution Monday that the chair each senator in turn, begin- on the left o( the senate cham- ber, and unless there are objections, MCh senator will hate the right to call up for passage any bill he may have A resoldiion was also adopted to bold night sessiouK every njghl this to consider local bills. With but a few days left of the reg- ular session of the Thirty first legisla- ture, it is esjtected there will be some excitin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

} V .c.. AROUND THE HOUSE ADVICC ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE. M To Keep Knlvee Properly Cleans Screen for the Baby'e Bath- Waterproof Vate —Holding Receipt of Paid Billa. To Keep Knives Clean.—A tab; may be beautifully set and decorate* but unless th knives are in good condition the gen- eral appearance will be spoiled. _ The blades of the knives should be cleaned with soft flannel. If they are a little rusty use wood ashes rubbed on a newly-cut piece of Irish potato. This will re- move spots when nothing else will. Never dip the ivory handles In hot water, as the heat turns them yellow. Keep the best set, which is only used for company, in a box, wrapped first in tissue paper, then a covering of linen. This will keep out the dust and dampness. Baby's Bath Screen.—The following screen Is handy as a protection against drafts and the necessary bathing ap- paratus is at hand in convenient form: Two frames 2V4 by 4 feet are made out of plain lumber and hinged to- gether. On the ri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 12 March 1909

m at oceries JttL Jxl uit'' DSftS DwS Phone 17 fj • ;".-sg - :.. :::.¿s m IK w e ar hard in >elong t< want to make friends We will give you dry go o extend you every accomn in and get our prices. 10c i hey -.j .*'■ bTr'j a 1 MMMM ' wuiuari.. •«K?; ■íghi OI ;h you and especially we w, n W( ■oin^'-to work hard for your And to do this we must JC a i >nn<> am ^mnnii merciiancl are merchandise for showing means selling. v s deal hpmtly must hustle and do it ¿mtig in every <lay. business, rve you DU. W 11 r ana square we are gflad to show ca« Hi :*% irW^>ii«;.ii,imina n; ilguaiM \ 1 -t rr~~:¿A • M . W W? Dry Goods and Groceries CM? - ■ -v " • Phond 17 m % Us st w;¿r¿ rfí fí..; THE PLANT IS HERE if T ! 8everal voung ladies enjoyed a pleasot.t evening with "42" at Mísb Cantley's luat Sat. night. 50 Dallart liPriaiias The Knox City Cémmereial olab is going to give a%ay 990 in «ash to the boya, balaceen ten and twenty yeare of age raising cora within eight «ilea of Knox C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

Vol. 5. I THE KNOX COUNTY NEWS. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AND OUR MOTTO l "KNOX CITY I'lltST, THE WOHIJ) AFTERWARD" Knox City, Knox County, IJexas, Friday, March 19, 1909. Common Sense! #T XA/hipht*ipi *s ^ie money y°u have keen earning ail ▼ ▼ MCI C these years. U spent it no doubt and Some One Else put it in the Bank. ü h Why not put your own money in the bank for your- self and be independent? : ¡v Robert Burns Said: " Gather gear by every wile That's justified by honor; Not ior to hide it in a Hedge, Nor for a trained attendant, But for the glorious privilege Of being Independent. , Start A Bank: Acc't WITH THE - Farmers State Bank TRUCK GROWERS MEET The Knox City Truck Growers association went into a perma- nent organization 'with the last meeting Saturday afternoon. The 1 ■ , ase was called to order by the \. estdnt, 11. D. Goree; and with L. B. Hammock acting edretary. The association went into per- manent organization with K. D. Goree a President, W. 1Í. Bene- dict as A ice Presi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

«'t¿&< Á MMM All Iowa awoke Tuesday morning to find ."-eÁUrt I avssM-a MOST IMPOR HOME AND ABROAD. . y\ ■■ , KSZ kicbi IN ADVANCB ■*1 TEXA8 ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE NEWS ITEMS i ■ mayor of York- i suddenly Thuraday morn heart trouble. r snow ia still falling over Texas, and it is now two ► on a level at Dalhart. Ellis, aged ten years, waa to death at her home five miles east of Houston Thursday. Chief Qoanah Parker of the Co- manches and thirty-eight member- bers of the tribe, are in Fort Worth. The northwestern section of Cuth- Ga., was struck by a cyclone Tuesday and almost totally destroy- A Carefully Digested and Condensad Compilation of Currant News Domeatu and Foreign. Three men robbed six stores in Alvarado Tuesday, getting the sum of $117.43. The contract for the new South Texas bank building at Houston was awarded Friday for $120,000. Gov. Haskell and other prominent Oklahomans, indicted in February by the Federal Grand Jury for al- leged Muskogee town lot frauds, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

I I U" $L- tmi i mm V"' Swii *ry tr <v Mbs.£dward a Dunroy- i HAT manner of woman is Mrs. Wil- liam H. Taft, whose name has been add- ed to thoae of the women whose influ- ence has made the social fame of past administra- ^I tions? How does the White House regime with whith history connects the name of T¿t compare with the hospitality of Madi- son's, the elegance of John Quincy Adams', the simple democracy of Andrew Jackson's, or the statellness of James Buchanan's? Mor< vm nil/ : ñRó ROOSEVELT quaint atmosphere of the early century. Becky Sharp, perhaps, temporarily deluded the Bame youthful group as she for a time deluded her own glad array of daughters, much of the H. TAFT . 1M "THE WHITE HOUCE ON CHKUTHAS EVE For Colds and Grip. X pertinently still, how does it measure with tha record of the Roosevelt regime? These are to-day queries of absorbing inter- est, and nqwher?, hfL8,¿bt8 phase of a now ad- ministration quite the significance that it has at Washington. Diplomats, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

Methodist Church. Rev. J. H. Braswell, Pastor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. isa if. V. - ?> N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV NOTARY PUKLIO AND LAND AGENT Special attention to colleetinjr, con- veyancing, and examining titles to land I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. Dr, Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Central Baptist Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sunday* morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. First Baptist Church. Rev. R. 13. Key, Pastor. Services 1st ana 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. Christian Church. Rev. Wright, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Snndays morning and evening. Sun- School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 w. o. w. Meets lsl and 3rd Saturday. B. F. Saw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

D. A. L1NDSEY Notary Public § Palace Barber Shop Sharp razers and cle°n towel*. All kinds of bar- ber and tonsorinl v^rk. Agent for Stamiord Steam Laundry .skets leaves on Tuesday, re- turns on Satu••">*>. Call and see us. Parks and Shaw, Proprietors DUCHO HUD 10 KUEVE Y«t, According to Could "Eat Anything" Bradberry & Norris GENERAL BLACKSMITH Pemanantly Located FirstcUse work of all kinds, Hora shoeiug a specialty. Your bun. o es solicited. Man Wtw Dl«d of "Thie indigestion game it all bosh," exclaimed the boastful man. "Why I had a brother who could eat anything. Indigestion never had any terrors for him. He'd sit down j to a table which fairly groaned un- der the weight of good things to eat, | and when he'd get up the table wouldn't groan and neither would Dave. Yes, sir; Dave could eat any- thing and never had indigestion. If he was alive now he'd show you how to pass up these patent foods." "Is he dead?" inquired a patient listener. "Yes, poor Dave's gone. But he ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

?rwi' '■mrr-'- SYNOPSIS. r?v fciSJ I H. Barn**, a wealthy American ConrtiM, reisi !!#■ th* youn< Ko*- IMward Gerard An*trnth- (>,rjU tr. ortrfK. Vf.irf-na, wr of th* Paolls, from the mur- vamtotta, undernLandtnar (liar his bf tha hand ot the Ctrl ±\t> troth#r. atavr of th<* Bt*- iTie fowr fty from AJar- Mara«lll*a on board th« French Constan line The vendetta pur- d as the quartet aro about to tha train for tendon at Marseille*, ia handed a rnyHterioua nota ausna her to rollapse and n«reasl- poatponemenl of the Journey, (eta part of tha mysterious note live* letter* which Inform him I rrarked liy the vendet'n. H . /mcr 'M.i detective and pl'in* the vendeltu at their own liim" purpoae of securing the rmfety iromen Barnes arri-ve* to linv* Chartrls lease a reelvded v.'lln ol which the pnrtv '« to h« taVnn t. Marnen mid Knld nin to for the'r r"-irr'ftfre The about I — r|'e is- from I n P*!"< Mlaekwond, n flventiT " . Hiriw heirn T"m'ory, hln '•elective, ha* rr- rl hy th*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

SENAU AND HOUSE TAKE DRASTIC ACTION Senator From Hopkins Los- es His Seat by Vote of 21 to 8. SPEAKER KENNEDY RESIGNS Gslnes-Hlll Resolution Against the Speaker Is Adopted After Nineteen Hours Debate. Austin, Tex., March 15.—The fric- tion which has existed in the Texas State Senate because of the charges made by Senator H. Bascom Thomas of Hopkins County, sometimes upon the floor of the Senate, but more es- pecially through the public prints, cul- minated in the expulsion of Senator Thomas from that body by a vote of 21 to 8. The immediate cause of this dras- tic action waB a statement which Sen- ator Thomas gave to the press this week criticising the Senate for its ac- tion in refepect to the report of the c'ommlttee which investigated his charges that there had been wholesale violations of the anti-lobby law. Prior to this the Senate had been dealing with alternate charges am. retractions from Senator Thomas, but his use in the statement of the won'r "graft and corruption" in con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 19 March 1909

V"' * ■ WW. pemngs PUSHED Qi Sraallin has bought the of Hardware formerly own J. E. Clark and will keep clean and up-to-date line kinds of Hardware. He he will endeaver to treat right and would like a share your trade. If you have a rush job, bring L. C. Porter's Blacksmith . He will fix it while you t. When in peed of medicine call ,t J H Luniera store and get ¡1 |®)ottle of Ideal Saraaparilla, sold by W B Tudor. 4t Mc.ssrn Ben and George Wag- ner of Ulinoiso passed thru the city Thursday, enroute to Mun- day. Mrs. Deussen of Austin, who has been visiting her parents near town for several days left yesterday for Benjamin, where she will spend a few days. Representative D. J. Brook- reson is home from Austin for a few days. Missionary E i'reelc Baptist -A ed at tiie Baptii day night. liam of the Lake f-aooiation preach ¡i church Wednea J. B. Janea was lint last week. on tue sick FAR r$ m JLawycr Probably Regretted He Had Compelled Witness to Testify at Such Length. Lawyer—i insist o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

'"T'.7 r ' cr^.: .¡an. ,r*" A' ! ► - ' THE KNOX COUNTY Vol. 5. WE BEACH THE PEOPLE, AKfP OPB MOTTO la, "KNOX CITY FIltgT, THE WOKI.l) APTEBWABD" Knox City, Knox County, Texas, Friday, March 26, 1909. V Xfc' yV N^* ^ ^~ ^ — Atf* ,4& ■ vm> «fit** ? ft --' C V%& :, > :-f NEWS. if'; ; No. 10 M.i PI' 1 fit -1 ' 1 f *«?* f>j r v m tí." é * r* 4 j • ■' (1 \r /**9 :^7 Slinnm,ern cottage h under construc- n É$ñ nm 8 [i *íi íj BÍ '•' jt:« 1 *.An i « (-«,., . vi !■' ;&•: " I' ij '• iajs $ 8 a «¡«I ft a new soy I en room modern cottage is un- "1 w w' I C these years. U spent it no dpubt and Sortie Oha Els- put it m it 4-U,. „ 1 K \'i 3 pfíi ,-4K m i ^ i* a ■W ' y Vr1 not put your own money in self and be independent? is name tor your- m rain hmtim Robert Burns Said: % f 4'Gather gear by every wile That's justified by honor; Not ior to hide it in a fiedle 3 ^"9 Nor for a trained attendant, But for the glorious privilege Of being Independent, A\ Sity. ft .seemingly is impossi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

COUNTY NEWS SUBSCRIPTION FRIO: 55! IMTAIUABLT QAM IN APVAMCS KNOX CITY, • • • • TEXAS = NEWS ITEMS m Ü" ; ft"' ' "f;v. , rojas Jii-i' • Hm • " *tn Mí A force of about 100 Greeks is expected in Brady to work on the street grading. A bulletin was posted at the Katy shops Thursday at Denison that they would be closed Friday. The Wright brothers have placed an order with a London firm for the construction of six aeroplanes. The northwestern section of Cuth- bert, Ga., was struck by a cyclone Tuesday and almost totally destroy- ed. Dave Filschick of Halletsville, Tex., aged 73, fell between some cars at Loeb, Wednesday morning, and was instantly killed. The Attorney General has approv- ed the $25,000 issue of Hamlin city waterworks bonds, and they are now being engraved by a Dallas firm. A deal was consummated Monday in which Capt. S. B. Burnett, of Ft. Worth, sold to Edgar Boice of Wy- oming 2,000 2-year-old steers at $25 per head, or $50,000. The City Council of Dublin met in regular s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

'* S If ' * ' * Wi.&x A Pin for a Clew By an Ex-Operative of the Secret Service Capt. Dickson Illustrates a De- tective's "Nose for Details." kHAT do I consider the most important thing to notice when first investigating a crime? Capt. DlckBon, a retired secret serv- ice officer, had re- peated the words of my question. After some moments of thought, he replied: Well, from my own experience, it «as become a fixed conviction with me that no crime is ever committed where the criminal fails to leave be- hind some clew that, if It is only found *nd Its worth appreciated, will in- variably lead to the detection of the ■culprit. "I have a case in mind, a post-office robbery. It happened when I was con- nected with that department, before I was transferred to the broader field of •the sebret service. I will never forget • "the village where it occurred. It was a town of some 300 or 400 souls in the ■Green mountains. It had only one hotel, and in the three weeks that I was detained ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

y* íy' ? •' .1 ' ¿* . 1 'M T ü i• . «W, " P--Í GENERAL DIRECTORY Sai, wy.jtM r-M. úw* lili iH. ' 7$ .**1 Methodist Church. Rev. J. II. Braswell, l'astor. Services first and third Sun- days, morning and evening. Sunday School io a.m. every Sunday. N. R. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PU11LIO AND LAND AGENT Special attention to colleetlup. con- veyancing, and examining titles to land I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday ni^ht. Dr. Ira J. Culver, N. G. Geo. T. Petty, Sec. Central Baptist Church. Kev. W. C. Garret, Pastor. Services 2nd and 4th Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day School every Sunday. John H. Brice Physician and Surgeon Office over Farmers Stafe Bank PHONE 9; RFSIDENCE 55 Presbyterian Church. Iiev. H. M. Smith, Pastor. Services every 4th Sunday, Morning and Evening. Commercial C!ub. Meets 1st Tuesday night in each month. Dr. G. P. Gibner, Pres. E. B. Atterbury, Sec. First Baptist Church. Rev. II. 13. Key, Pastor. Services ist ami 3rd Sundays morning and evening. Sun- day Schoo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

1 m I, . <+ « - S JBL,^ Exou . . JLBL - as Sws ;íí;¿ • • • • • 18 IB !S§ *«4<W Exquisite Millinery Creations For Easter Clever Creations of our own designers together with imported models, clearly reflecting the beauty and loveliness of spring. The more discriminating dressers have been waiting for the very latest modes before selecting their Easter Hats. We are showing everything from the con- I servative to the more extreme styles for this season and as to price and style this Millinery has no peer. The latest Fashion Thoughts of Paris, London _ _ and Viena, are reflected in our Imported Models, which are gems of millinery beauty and are the . center of attraction. The sizes vary this season as to individual taste. Some designers are creating 7. large and picturesque styles,while others incline favorably to the little chic styles which are attractive with thetailored costumes m ^ A*** " * •vsv m - A . • >% • • • Besides the Imported Hats, we show a great vari- j ety of Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

m m ERIAL STORY Mr. Barnes, American AictibaU Qaverinf Canter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York "Mr. ItfMt of N«w YoA." "Mr. Potter of Tow." Ikl Frimhta," Etc. Copyright, uat. Oodd Mart * Co.. N. V. SYNOPSIS. x'i. m Burton H. Bornes, a wealthy American touring Corslcu. ro*<~u<n tlio yuunK Kns- ■•h lieutenant. Kdwanl Gerard Anstrutli- «, and hi Coraican bride, Marina, daughter of the Paoll*, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his toward la to be the hand of the «Iri he •ove , Enid Anstruther, nint«*r of the Eng- lish lieutenant. The four fly from AJao- «o to Marseilles on board the French steamer Conatantine. The vendetta pur- sue and as the quartet are about to board the train for London at Marneilies, 18 handed a myaterjoua note Which causes her to collapse ana necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes and Bnid are married. Soon after their wedding Barnes' bride dlH- •Ppears. Barnes discovers she has Peon kidnaped and taken to Corsica.. TOe «room se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

'lí/rv*:; • ■" :* ■ ■•■ \ *i£ ■ '* ■'" 9K' Tip1 ■'FW ' T * "1 l-i 4 i,l w, m Ü Wm ROOSEVELT OFF FOR GREAT HUNT £XPRE8IDENT 8AIL8 AWAY TO DARK CONTINENT. to BE IN AFRICA A YEAR Then Hi Will Travel and Speak In Europe—Three Skilled Naturalista and Hla Son Kermit Accom- pany Him. New York.—Theodore Roosevelt, ex- president of the United StateB, sailed out of New York harbor Tuesday on the steamer Hamburg of the Hamburs- American Une on the way to his much- heralded bunting trip in British East Africa. On the dock was a large assemblage of Mr. Roosevelt's friends, who had gathered to bid him God-speed, and who cheered him as he stood at the rail of the steamer waving his hand and smiling with delight. Beside him stood the three men selected from hundreds of applicants to accompany him and assist him in collecting tlje specimens of African fauna which he hopes to Bend back for the enrichment of the Smithsonian institution. These fortunate individuals were Maj. Ed- gar A. Mearnp, J. Lorin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Knox County News — 26 March 1909

*'W % • 'el ■ M . • n-vy-i sil ratrws you for another Dor I wish to thank you s kindness and good will i me, and to say also that! uppreoiate not only the je bestowed, but also the sndship given me in a stern way. I would al- ; your consideration for Dr. ir, from whom I have re- unvarying kindness, and i will, I am sure give you the treatment feet ydu hi* Dr should busines THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A Guarantee Of Safety. Our Spring Goods! SfcS Ü ra* We invite you to join the large number of careful and considerate people who for a long while have .* .1 i.i <-.ii latum- >tui r nro an< ¡UM ' — tíífS Are now in our shelves and are ready to be carried out at prices that are interesting. > uo. fit 111, bat ',hak thel it dealing ii it instead h< twenty- fi ? £■ Mr. K dr 2,000,000.00 ^sgg&g-C'" we will wear at the mup adieS rauBhn under- thán vou can buy km; wad embroidery A. Campbell ue Saturday !'nd «ubeicriptíon t'< ti the Fort Worth Rev one of our most substantial j...

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