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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

3 t - TEKTHYEA.R. ' - Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Halter. 2rU3IBEK35 LOUIS LAND RAM, Published! LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 30, 1890. oxk a it A ykab You Will Find The NMLITr The Acme o f Perfection. CALL anil SEE THEM, Our Line of ,5 3 w JACKETS and WRAPS are going out fast. Hur ry Up, or you will miss a Bargain. We have just received an other LARGE SHIPMENT of UNDERWEAR. You will find our sizes ample novr. LOGAN DRYGOODS QUEEN Shoes T AMI AH Misses LI an COMPANY LANCASTER Barrel salt at Gaines.': Get all j'our ingredients .for your Black Cake at T. Carrey's. Mclntoshes and slickers from $1.50 to S5.00 at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick FarmTV Bring on youroftlifon and get the advance. II. B.-2forthcott. 10c buys 3 lbs. Crowley Louisiana Rice. Try it. Blue Grass Gkoceuy Co. Capt. Herndon had a fine dog in the National Fox Hunter's meeting, which captured first prize in an im portant race. Mrs. Dollie Brown has taken many orders for th...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

THE SEASON IS GETTING LATE BUT WE HAVE A Superb Line of Hats TO UI F We . are prepared to please you both in style and price. SALLIE 1. T1LIET. Burton's jkw SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, ELY- We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE. Nice combined horses always on hand for sale. W. B. BURTON. ORGANIZED 1888. PITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, U OF LAHOABTEB. FY. Gapital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. II. Hisginbothak Preside!! Uvu Y. LIA.VILL Tlce-Presldem B. F. Hcdbow Cashlei W. O. Eisnkt Assistant Cash'j O. D. Walkke Bookieepei DIRECTORS: J.M.HlGGINBOTHA. LIWIB Y LIAVILL, J.S.Johnson, T.M.Abhold H.C.AENOLD. JB B.F.HUBSOK. ALSZ.QIBBS, J.J.WALKBB Jacob Y. Robinson. RECORD XVBRT WEEK BT LOUIS LAyVRAX. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. f Oil YSAB. IH ADTAHCB $1.00 CKSM8 Six Months. " .50 ITHBEB " " - all the otHer members of ths National houses were saints. We were In Washington once and heard a fellow say that the most handsomel...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

6. 8. SWMBROAD, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. AGENT FOE New York Life Ins. Co. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Masonic hall. All vis iting Knights are fraternally-rinvit-d. Ed Bishop, C. C. J. S. HASEI.DEN. K.R.& S To wagons vre "will sell good Lump Coal at 10c a "bushel at our yards for the present. We hare also a fall line all other coals In eluding two grades of cannel.three sizes of An thracite, Woolridge, Jellico, Paint Roclc, Bry ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Sale, Lime. Cement, Patent Plaster. Sand and Manufactured Ice. DANVILLE ICE & COAL CO. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Yard.C. S. Depot, Telephone 24 Town of fice and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. Dr. R. Goldstein, The Celebrated Eye Specialist, of LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on Thursday Nbvr. 30, and at St.Asaph ly'otel, Stanford, Fr...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

'Stock men reported cattle "off" on Monday. Ilerndon & Currey sold a brown gelding for $1G.50. A color expert declares tliatapure white flower does not exist. A Joilet phpsician says that carpet beating spreads disease. W. R. Cook sold two cotton mules to Patterson & Patterson at S115. W. B. Burton sold a nice gelding to Mr. Hudson, of Danville, price $S0. G. S. Gaines sold to Joe II. Jordan, of Georgia, a black gelding for $70. Several farmers in South Carolina are experimenting with pecans. The number of penniless men in the Klondike is placed at 3000. James Bcazley bought of W. B. Ru ble, a gray horse to match his hearse horse for $100. Joe II. Jordan, of Georgia, bought seven horses for the south ranging from $G3 to $100. Mr. Higginbotham sold a pair of marc mules for $110, and another pair of horse mules for $105. B. G. Fox bought two 4-year-old mare mules at $115 and also one of Mr. John Posey for $150. L. II. Hudson, of4Danville, bonght six cavalry horses at $75 to $S...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

Central Record Supplement Lancaster, Ky., November 30, 1899. COLUMBIAN TrtANKS(ilVlN(l' APPT that land at whose Heaven bless'd portals Columbia eta n d s guard with the flag of the free Whose sons may be classed with Fame's greatest lmmortPls, Renowned for their deeds on the land and the sea; Our rivers flow down thro" a land loved In story ; And rich In the legends by tongue yet un told; Our mountains rise skyward In garment! of glory, Our harvests have yielded their treasures of gold. JThe bells of Thanksgiving are gratefully ringing. The Nation rejoices in outbursts of song. JThe praises of Plenty the millions are sing ing "Kherever the grateful In thankfulnesa throng; Jfo famine encroaches, no shadow of sor row Falls darkly and grimly our hearts to dis may; 'Ji. promise of plenty we have for to-mor- row As full as Columbia's garners to-day. IK people united from ocean to ocean, r From Florida's lakes to the northernmost line. IWe bow to Our Father with hearts of devo id tion ; F...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 30 November 1899

The Record Appreciates Your Patronage. Thanksfliving ,SsMAHDA L.CBOCKER 1ENA turned back to the drcsseryhere Aunt Marcia was deep in the sweet & mysteries of fruit cake. "Can't a person be thankful in any other way than to pile up wonderful dishes until the very tables groan, auntie? It just looks to me 'like an offering to appetite." s "Child!" exclaimed Mrs. Marcia Steven-" son, pausing with one floury hand half way in the currant bag, "who could have a Thanksgiving without a fine dinner? Be 'eides, there's the sermon;" and she looked rather quizzically at her progressive niece. "Oh, yes; I know there's a devotional frontispiece." There was a queer little vein of sarcasm la the. girl's reply, which augured anything but ease of conscience for the insincere. The floury hand was slowly withdrawn from'the fmit bag, overflowing with the sugary contents, and a half puzzled look crossed the face of the cake baker, but no ,response was forthcoming. In the silence which followed Lena w...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 December 1899

jetttM TENTH YEAR. Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTEXOON. DECEMBER 7, 199. or no i j n yr t mm FIT It Wonlflu't Make Mug li Differeace iflnMlt But as it doesn't, it mikes a lot of difference whether you spend it Wisely or not If we talked from now until doom's day we couldn't give you a better argument as to why you should buy your CLOAKS, WRAPS V FURS FROM USj.than to challenge youto match our prices on them. As for the goods them selves, they will charm you in their stylish appearance ; magnetize you by their worth attract you by their quality, in fact, never in the history of the trade has such nice garments been sold for so lit tle monev as we ask for them Dontfail to see our lines . BeforeYouBuy, LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY X- LANCASTER Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy boots and shoes. II. B. Isorthobtt will pay highest market price On: furs. Lard cans and sausnge mills. J. RSHaselden. II...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 December 1899

( CENTRAL RECORD XYXBY WEEK BY COUTS LANDRAif. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SONS YSXB, IN ADVANCE J1.00 Six Months. ? " .50 Thbek " " .25 THURSDAY, Decemler:7 1899 At "Atchison, Kansas, a wealthy man disguised as a farm hand and hired to a farmer in order to learn the true character of his daughter and if she was the right kind of material for a wife. The "laborer" soon found the girl to be the pink of perfection, wooed and won her. This fellow certainly had a good head on him, but if his ex ample is followed by wife hunters, the crop of old maids will soon be awful to contemplate. The parlor smile and society lovliness have brought disap pointment to many a poor devil who thought lie was mairying an angle without wings. "She" turned out to have no wings, with darned poor pros pects of ever sprouting anv. Congkessmax Robkrts was asked to "stand aside" when he appeared to be sworn in at the meeting of con gress. Now it would be awful for some of those members to have to associate ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 December 1899

WE HAVE If. to look all over town, just call to see US, we have it. We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES n Lancaster. Our Motto! High" Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment. PULLER & SYMPSON. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY December 7, 189 $ A500T PEOPLE. Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting friends in Lexington. Herbert Hardin, of Covington, is visiting in this vicinity. Miss Dove Harris has retnrned from a visit to relativos in Lexington. McKee Kinnaird, of Middlesboro, spent Thanksgiving in this city. Miss Bertha Hilton made a few days visit to her relatives in Brodhead. Mrs. Bettie Landram is at home again from a visit to Richmond rela tives. Misses Pearl Philips and KatieSimp- son, were In Danville weauesuay Chopping. Dr. J. W. Grant has returned from a visit to his brother, Dr. S. P. Grant, of Danville. Mr W. C. Grant, of Columbia, Tenn., is the guest of his cousin, Dr. J. W. Grant. Mrs. Allen Cook, of Burgin, has been the guest of Mrs. Jas. Hill, on Danvi...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 December 1899

Wanted Car load Bones and Iron R. A, J&ONE. Hos Killing Time. VS Buy your sage, black and Cayene pepper and salt pe treat Stormes Drug Store. For Sale. 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 nice 750 lb steers. Apply to T. M. Johnston or -Sons. y Our stock does not consist of old remnants. "WWhaye and will keep our lines complete m every department. J. Joseph. On Dec 1, Dr. W. S. Beazley will move his office to rooms over Dr.'Kin naird's office, Bookout property, Dan .ville street. tf. I will, take steps against those ow ing me, if debts are not paid at once. This business must be closed up, and I mean what I say. G. S. Gaines, For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year ling mules and nine t wo-year-old sugar mare mules broke to work. "Will sell in pairs if desired. Xixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. Town Lots In BryanUvlllc for Sale. Will sell privately two lots, with dwellings. Apply to ,J. X. Dunn or myself at Bryantsville ?or particulars tf Jas. Hills. We have the prettiest line of ladies s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 December 1899

She Entered at the Pott Office in Lancatter, Ky., at Second Clatt Hatter. LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTENTOON. DECEMBER 14, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YE.Ul i - , 5 LANCASTER Dolls and toys in variety at Thomp son's. For nice Christmas presents go to J. A. Beazley & Co. For Sale,- A nice Jcrsy cow. Apply at this office. Oysters, Fruits, Nuts, Grapes and Celery at T. Currej's. F,or useful and handsome Christmas presents go to J. A. Beazley &.Co. . All kinds blankets from 50c to $3.50 per pair at Jennings & Co.. Paint Lick "We. take your produce at-highest market-price. Faulconer & Ilectraon. Evaporated peaches, prunes, Hom iny Grits, Hominy Flakes and Oats. At T. Currey's. . "We have the prettiest line of Ladies Hosiery ever shown in Lancaster. Call and examine. J. JosephN Messrs Hemphill and Beazley have bought four beautiful white horses to work to their close carriages. Keep warm, by using a paiy of our splendid Blankets. We also7 carry a line line...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 December 1899

0 CENTRAL RECORD XTXKT WXXK BT JGOPTS iANDKAJT. PabUOier. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY., !OllS TVIXt I ASTAHCI. SlXMOHTHt. Tnn " ....$1.00 .... .50 . . J6 THURSDAY, DTEC. 14, 1899 In all this talk about changing the manner of voting, the best suggestion wehave seen comes from the Cynthi ana Democrat. It suggests electric gloves the right hand for democrats and the left for republicans. By a -simple arrangement the glove directs the stencil to the proper place and stamps under the device. Of course should a republican get his hand in the democratic glove, or vice versa, a circuit would be closed that would re sult in instant death. St'll, night schools would be necessary to teach the intelligent voter his right hand from his left: and in many instances it would be necessary to dehand voters to prevent their voting themselves into kingdom to come. A Louisville paper says its the fad in cities now for the sawciety peo ple, yer know, to give "Hayseed Par ties," at which they try to dress like co...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 December 1899

E1 NEW DRUG STORE. Complete Throughout with Gntire New Stocl. "We arc supplied with the most complete and modern stocks of Drugs to be found in Central Kentucky. We will open our doors Saturday, December 16th, and invite you to call and look at our Elegant lines of Holiday Goods. We make a specialty of Cut Glass and Sterling Silver Articles, and call especial attention to quality and price. rOur prescription department is in charge of Mr. Schcnck, a Registered Druggist, of many years experience. Nothing but the purest drugs used. We have a select line of Cigars and Tobaccos, and a complete line of Druggists Sundries. Frisbi's Pharmacy. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1899 AOUT PEOPLE. $ Geo. Smith Jr. was in Stanford Mon - Sirs. L. Grcsham is visiting friends in Lexington. Miss Sue Herring has been visiting friends in Danville. Miss Eugenia Bush isvisiting Miss Mary-Dunn, in Danville. Captain Ryan has gone to Chatta nooga to speikl a. few days. Miss Bettie Anderson ,of Lexington,...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 December 1899

Towb Lou la Brrantsvllle for Sale. "Will sell privately two "lots, with dwellings. Apply to J. X. Dunn or myself at Bryantsyille ?or particulars. tf J as. Hills. For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year ling mules and nine two-year-old sugar mare mules broke to work. Will sell in pairs if desired. ... Nixon Pekkins, Marksbury, Xy. Lost Dog. White spotted hound bitch, with black spots. Left my place last Sat urday. Liberal reward for informa tion leadinz to her return. W. S. Walker, Point Leavell. SIMPLE O C V1 sP Ptant mother 3 C 1 N 3 L-fcaI' lZCf ii she stops to think a moment, how danger ously wrong.it is to swallow medi cines when in her condition one can see that the outside aoolication bf a liniment which softens and relaxes must certainly be the thing for her to use. Such a liniment is MOTHER'S FRIEND which she can depend upon doing her a world of good before and dunner labor. Send to us lor our free illustrated book "Before Baby is Born." Mother's Friend is sold in drug stores for...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

T EXTt YEA.R. Entered at the Pott Offlcc in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. yUMBETl 38 LOUIS LA.NDRAM, Publisher. . LANCASTER, KY-THURSDAY AFTENOON. DECEMBER 21, 1S99. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR -j j ; ; ; : -s I LANCASTER Dolls and toys itariety at Thomp son's. Come to Ilaselden's for a nice coffe e or tea pot. For nice Christmas presents go to J. A. Beazley & Co. Fuller & Sympson's is the place to get your candies and fruits. Large line of Coal Vaces, at Low Prices. J. It. Haselden. Mclntoshes and slickers from 81.50 to $5.00 at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick "W. K. Cook bought of Alex Doty a nice pair or three-year-old mules at $250 Buy a Christina present' that is use- "ful. See our SterlingSilver goods Morrow & McRoberts Butcher knives, lard cans, sausage mills, lard presses, sage, pepper etc. at Jennings & Co., Taint Lick, Ky. It. Kinnaird has several cart loads of pretty calenders, which he is anx ious to give away to first who call for them. Payments will be r...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

CENTRAL RECORD EVKXY WXXK BT LOUIS LAN DRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. !Ol(X TSA.K, XX ADYAXCB. SllMOlCTHJ. Tkbu " " 41X0 . -50 . J6 THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899 MARKSBURY. Charley Durham bought of Wm. DIehouse, a good milk cow for $25. Mr. Robert Humphreys and wife, of Chicago, are visiting their parents Mr ana Mrs J u uoner. . . . bit. vjiar ence Scott and bride, of Nicholasville, visited their parents, Mr and Mrs T. D Scott, last week. The school boys of Eice Academy, causrbt in a trap near the Fork church a very large cat. supposed to belong to the Maltese species. It measured 36 inches from tip to tip its claws were an inch long, and it was supposed to weigh 26 pounds. Miss Katharine Moore closed a very successful school at Rice Academy, Dec 22 She gave a nice treat of can dies and fruits which delighted the juvenile taste. Masters Thaddie and Joe Aldridge, cousins, aged 12 and 13, received the same number of htad marks in the advanced spelling class. Little Gene Aldridge, age...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

-1 I I j NEW DRUG STORE. Complete Throughout with StocI. ' Gntire New "We are supplied with the most complete and modern stocks of Drugs to be found in Central Kentucky. "We will open our doors Saturday, December 16th, atid invite you to call and look at our Elegant lines of Holiday Goods. We make a spscialty of Cut Glass and Sterling Silver Articles, and call especial attention to quality and price. COur prescription department is in charge of Mr. Schenck, a "Registered Druggist, of many years experience. Nothing but the purest drugs used. "We have a select line of Cigars and Tobaccos, and a complete line of Druggists Sundries. Frisbis Pharmacy. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899 $ A$OUT PEOPLE. I Mrs. A. IL Rice is in Danville vis iting relatives. Miss Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford. - is the guest of Miss Eugenia Bush. Komer Batson is at home from Ann Aarbor, Mich., to spend the holidays. Mr. John Mount, of Anchorage, - the guest of his uncle, Mr. It. E. Mc Roberts. Mr. R. Gra...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

WOMAN'S HOPE The only hope for many weakly women is IradfltU.' FMlMt Rcgvlittr It is the one safe and sure cure in all stubborn and severe cases of Profuse, Irregular, Scanty or Pain ful Menstruation, Falling of the Womb, Leucorrhoea, Headache, Backache and Nervousness. It is a distinct remedy for the distinct ail ments called "female troubles." Those are the diseases for which it should be taken. - THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. AUnU,Gm. 1 also among the older musicians of wide reputation and well known all over the state. Bert Wilson, Charlie Storm and . Brown Anderson are younger members, but are among the ery best musicians of the day. The orchestra,, and the brass band too, is the best in the state, as they keep to gether and always have the same men.' There is not a man in the number who indulges in the "Oh, Joyful," they at tend strictly to their business and are perfect gentlemen in every sense of the word. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used $ MORE f...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

J r' Christmas comes, And from the stee ples far and near The bells are ring ing, sweet and clear. To welcome In the birthday morn Of One in lowliest manger born. Who died for men, and reigns a King, AH tiearts take up the theme and sing As angels sang, o'er Bethlehem's hill, Be'peace on Earth; to Men good will, When Christmas comes. When Christmas comes. And holly hangs upon the wall Of. lowly home and stately hall. Then men put by. for one brief day, Tbe.cares that frighten peace away. All thoughts that vex; and festal cheer Comes in this best day of the year. To" gladden hearts and homes, and make Man better for his brother's sake. When Christmas comes. When Christmas comes, We someway feel the whole world kin. Then friendship's fires are kindled in Cold hearts, whose doors have long been shut. "Come in!" rings out from hall and hut. 'dome in. come In this Christmas day Tut all old differences away. Join hands ar.d hearts as all men should, In universal brotherhood. When Christma...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

OURMOLIDAY SUPPLEMENT. GENTRHLREGORD. SUPPLEME T Lancaster. Ky., December 31, 1899. ESSftfc Est; Some twenty years ago. I think It was. or, maybe something better. ' That first I took the liberty to know Tour residence, and bore you with a letter. Tou never sent an answering line. I fear That your attentions may have been di vided: I wonder did it never strike you Queer, Our correspondence being so one-sided. Tet, of philanthropists you were the king; Tou always managed, without word or warning. To drop in somehow, and to leave the thing (I fear I'd hinted for) on Christmas morn ing. May I that generosity abuse At this late date, by asking for another iTVee, little present, of no earthly use To anyone but just Prlscllla's lover? Simply a little work (worse luck) of art: Yet lack of it has threatened to undo me. In point of fact it's well, Prlscllla's heart. My very dear sir, won't you bring it to me? JCo need, of course, of mentioning it to her. (I own I find the idea somewhat shock...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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