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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

) ' 'futypi, "fYjW ' "' ''Sj v . mtfw .wi I II,-" 14 ?v KV ?' .. . 1 1 t, ' ' W -& .ij r-.. M L V J.' h m ' ,Jl V. I CREDIT SYSTEM v IS CRITICIZED .Dallas, March 1G. Governor FercuBon of Texas testified to i .. c ,,..n.. :n fv,n Lir ",....,: ' :' Z'heartily disliked and p south for the tenant farmers be- fore, the opening session of the land hearing today, conducted by the federal commission on in- dubtrial relations. The gdvernor said the system more than i idi- viduals were at fault. He be- lieved diversification of crops was one of the best remeeies for the system's eyil. Governor Ferguson said that "absentee landlordism" was re- jsuonsible, in his opinion, for most of the complaints of hard- ships made by tenants. He said: I "A'laudlord can live like a lord ' on 850 acres of land. But he takes a notion that he must move to town where he gets into ' high society. Pretty soon the land won't support him. Con- sequently he goes back and rai- ses the rent on nthe poor fellow in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

YPVv ' TW5. '.'-' . i' OT Jr 1Y 1 ' . "V W ' sr sv t"J '3 .. 1 . - .1 ' '."!' E ? i,; a W ! : n ll 5, The Tribune! Anrl Mouc FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1915 Theao March breezes are very rofieshinR particularly so at the speed of fifty miles per hour. The paramount issue 'now be- fore the great and glorious Am- erican Dublic is contained in two lines: "Sight us to the sucker who has the most money." The Russians captured the en- tire German-Austrian army at Przemysl. But that fact does not lead us to believe that at the time of the accident the Kaiser was enjoying his daily luncheon of Pretzels urid beer. Tha big daily papers are now carrying headlines referring to a "Taylor oil field." which is lo- catad at Thrall; seven miles east of Taylor. The boiler capacity of the Taylor newspaper corres- pondent appears to be of suffi- cient volume to keep the whistle blowing. Miss Dorothy Dix elucidates that a father should know as much about the care of children as the mother. Since Miss Dora carries...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

w t ' ( f m( ' V ."V r 4 II V '? S Si 5 nl LOCALand PERSONAL Mra. G, H. McCluro of San Antonio, nnd Mts. J, M. York of i'Gale, aro here to see their father .Mayor Kolley. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson of Donaho, were in town yester- day shopping. For Sale: Some Rood prairie hiiy. See H. Hempel. Mr. Chaa. Adams of Lake Vic- tor, is here on a visit to Mrs. Adams and the twins Benson and Ferguson. See Koy Horton tor your paper hanging, painting of all kinds, also a nice stock of paper on hand. Office over Rowntree Bros. Mrs. Pat Johnson of Davilla is reported to be vuite low from an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. W. H. Willis of Little- field, is here to see her father, Mayor E. F. Kelley who is quite sick. No oranges will be sold for more than 25c a dozen at the Gersbach-Wacker sale. Oscar Schmidt who lives at Akes School House, was in town yesterday, having about recover- ed trom a two weeks illness. Oranges at 1 0cts a dozen. The fruit we sell at this price is as sweet as any. Sale be- gi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

(i , I'M Ift F' ' 1 a $ The Natural Beauty of Women Is always enhanced and PRESERVED by the judiciouf use of, Dure, high grade face creams and other toilet articles. The toilet articles we sell are guaranteed to us and we guarantee them to our custo mers. ) Leather man Drug Co Bartlett Texas LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Miller of the Walton Dry Goods Co., visited his family in Florence Sunday. Mrs. Bobbye Bnrns of Troy visited friends here tnis week. Liv-ver-lax stimulates the liv- er. A harmless vegetable com- pound. Any child can take it safely. Ask Condra & Blair. FordrAlcus and Brisco Davis lyere Tiere Friday on business. M. Stokes of JarrelL was here Saturdav on business. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale atL50 cents per setting. Mrs J. H. Maunin Rt. 2, box 35, Bartlett, Texas. 31-2mos Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mewhin- ney of Holland were here Sun- day visiting relatives. Mayor E. F. Kelley. was re- ported quite sick this week. Remember that J. M. Allen keeps Montevallo coal in stock everyumo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

iM WFfii$?Wf'r rjy , v' f IV JB f& t ,; 1 f.l w ' XT' V. S88 if unl' 1 i! n r-i l V , "1 U- 9 '4: tf w R! .0 it t. w hV MR. AUTOMOBILE OWNER' We carry in stock Automobile Tires, Inner Tubes, Blowout Boots, Cold Patches, Spark Plugs, Mastic Cements; and many other things that com- plete our full line. Ford Owners We have a great many things made especially, the Ford cars, such as Fan Belts, Radiator Hose Connections, Spark Plugs. Be sure to call on us for Auto Supplies we can save you money. T4nr& RniHlrl" Icjscrcyo 8 1 DHL L-POSi ILHMOtUL VMUI Ul 0. E. FAUBOIN, Manager Mail Order Catalogues. Seven thousand dollars for postage. That is the amount a big mail order house recently sent to Texas to pBy pastage on several car loads of catalogs shipped to big railroad cenrs in the state for distribution. More than 200 of these catalogs, quoting prices on articles and making all sorts of big sounding claims, came to Bartlett and were delived by the route car- riers, They do not offe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 March 1915

TsF.TT rtV-m$W . " ''Tw i' & " ) r . , J " p "' " '' i , REXALL WEEK SOUVENIR t-'w a i SALF Vf h r " '.,- -'V I , 7000 REXALL STORES DURING THE WEEK OF MARCH 29TH TO APRIL 4TH WILL PUT ON THE GREATEST Co-Operative Profit Sharing Souvenir Sale m EVER OFFERED BY oriel's Greatest Dru THE BARGAINS WILL BE SO UNUSUAL THAT YOU WILL BE FORCED TO ASK We can't aft or it except as an advertisement Violet Duce Face Powder 50 Cents Rexall Souvenir Week Violet Dulce Rouge-lOc FREE Rexall Fountain Pen $1.00 Rexall Souvenir Week Fountain Pen Ink--10c FREE Trailing Arbutus Toilet Water 75 Cents Rexall Souvenir Week Arbutus Face Powder 25c FREE Punch served Free to ladies every afternoon from 2 to 5 p. m. Harmony Rice Powder Flesh and White 25 Cents Rexall Week Souvenir Harmony Boston Glycerine Soap 10 Cents FREE fely 1 llJllj I 95 HAIR TONIC A reliable remedy for danruff and falling hair We guarantee it to be satisfactory to you. Rexall Week Souvenir 25c Jar Rexall "93" Shampoo Paste FREE 'vi t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

r-mi jmmit V w o r ' AND NEWS RCATES, EMTOK and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 2, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX NO. 41 m ORE GUSHERS IN OIL FIELD There are now six producing irrlls in the Thrall oil field, and l)Ut a few dry holes have been killed. About twenty rigB are now erected and more than half are in working order. With the introduction of the new wells "iaterest in the field has doubly increased and speculators and investors are flocking to the oil territory. Mew companies are being or- i ganized at a rapid rate ana tne compmrcs art increasing with I the eMfcnsion of the field. Sev- f.eral Bartlett people have taken chances' and invested their capi tal in thilkl field. Bell Coun ty Deaths m.u.1 ATnunl OOl-li Tn ffta '( J.BIUIJU;. uiuitu whi. -' "- death here of Capt. J. F. Fuller, aged 83, one of the oldest resi- i dents of Temple, the town loses an honored citizen. He is sur vived by his widow and several lildren. HtWilhelrri Kuachko. aged 91...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

SEMI-ANNUAL SALE I wn.ma.nuxaJ"M.my;'Ji mimninnmfnHmMMiWHMM iHnmmnn of LADIES SLIPPERS y &: Si.1. v m, T J At the beginning of each season we place all broken lots of Ladies' Shoes on sale at unheard of prices. You will remember the good values we sold you last season. Some told us that they did not buy even Sunday Shoes last year and wore a pair of those shoes bought from us at $1.00. We place on sale next week 100 pair of Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 values at your clhoice for $1.00 Per Pair You can not afford to miss this opportunity of buying a good pair of Ladies' Slippers. Just now at the beginning of the Spring season you might find something that will suit you exactly at $1.00. New Lot of Embroidery Pieces Just Received-Pillow Tops Children's Dresses, Sofa Pillows and many other items R. M. C. Thread suitable for all pieces. J a r- Dattm ITo. &tu3 .. i - . jSj ?e:s sssr r & v -aij- f m M ' V Mary Pickf orcFs Favorite Pillow-FREE! Pure Linen Cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

' ? Vl I ' NO MORE RACINC " AT DALLAS FAIR JOHNG. cKA UNDER TREATMENT WORK OF THE - LEGIRLATURE u s iihim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuitfrfrfra I r r I: i i i ;-, '8r'. f.. !' 1 ' ' , W 4 ' - te ns sw V For the first timo in the hia- ' tory of the institution there will '" Be no races at the Dallas Fair this year. A decreasing public interest in tnrf sports and con- sequent increasing financial loss on the part of the Fair in the facing department are given as the reason for the dircontinuance of the races. At a meeting of the board of directors last week the matter . was diBCUBsed and the vote to eliminate the races this year was unanimous, The State Fair, which has been running thirty years, has never attempted to get along without races. During those years mil- lions of people have bought tick- etc to the' grand stand and all the famous horses, drivers and jockeyB have made acquaintance ' -with Dallas as the great racing center of the southwest. Horse owners on all racing circuits. have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

r t 4 ( '.. ,r , . , f 1 H Hi u Vv. ' . . S . 'k 3 f IH mm fUnm. wwSKvax The Tribune And News FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1915 MAYOit KELLEY GIVES MUCH MONEY PASSED AWAY TO HIS RELATIVES It appears that conditions in Bartlett are gradually improving. During the past week we have not observed one man who was wiping Bock beer foam off his mustache. A St. Louis man dislocated his jaw six times while yawning last Sunday. The name of the preacher and the text of the seimon has not been published. Following an illness of but a few days duration, Mayor E. F. Kelley departed this life at his home in Bartlett last Saturday morning. March 27th, at 7:50 o'clock. Though in an enfeeble 1 condition for some time, he had continued his labors with much more energy than those who en joyed good health. In the estimation ot some men the only crime that can be com- mitted by another is that the might owe them money or stand between them and a dollar or two. If some men's coma of arms had the pioper inscription n ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

II, rt R- 11.. t: - r i :1 ; t ii OF- '.lr. j 'm:- mi- ' fcj 1 ,t lOCALand PERSONAL Mrs. A. K. Christian left yes- terday for Katy to visit her par- ents and other relatives. A. P. Wiedersphan made a business trip to Temple and Belton this veek. Mr. and Mrs. Ford of Temple, iMrs. Nunnery of Temple, and 'iilias Helen Welsh of Chicugo were the quests of this week of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hemple. WANTED Responsible, ener- getic representative in each town No soliciting or selling, Easy work and good money. Write to MIR-A-CO, Dallas, Texas. Miss Isa Talbot of New York is the guest of Mrs Talbot and other relatives here. Now is the time to take Dr. Peter Fahrny's Alpenkrauter, for sale at Chas. Nowotny. Aubrey Rudasill of Florence was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Miss Martha Schrock who is attending Southwestern at Geo- rgetown spent a few days here this weeks with lelatives. v For Rent Two houses, reason- - able. See Rowntree Bros. Rube Gunn of Temple was a Bartlett visitor here this week. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

V NT-' "?, " " nfAfC'VSW7l r 1! 'Jfj u n '-F I! h 1! Ift I J t , The Natural Beauty of Women Is always enhanced and PRESERVED by the judicious use of pure, high grade face creams and other toilet articles. The toilet articles we sell are guaranteed to us and we guarantee them to our customers. Leather man Drug Co Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McKay of 4 Sparks were here Tuesday visit- ing relatives and friends. WillieSMarquardt is the posses- y sorof aJFord car. Ray Murrah of Granger was a - Bartlett yisitor Tuesday. For Spirella Corsets Write : Mrs. R. E. Michel! a cost-card to Round, Rock, and she will be glad to call on you. I guarantee satisfaction. tf Messrs V. Killingsworth and J. M. Knight of Prairie Dell were here Tuesday, Good five passenger automobile for sale or trade for small rent house. Car in fine condition. W. G. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Morris have moyed into. their home iust west of Frank Joiner's home. Red Hodge Fencing the best and cheapest chic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

i?vx w" ,H' W3i ; ff. t b, toy u ? 1 4f &'. .'. J '' S V ti S H . tfK .. I?i 1a. li r .' & fc ft , I- :J,i u n K MR. AUTOMOBILE OWNER We carry in stock Automobile Tires, Inner Tubes, Blowout Boots, Cold Patches, Spark Plugs, Mastic Cements; and many other things that com- plete our full line. Ford Owners We have a great many things made especially I the Ford cars, such as Fan Belts, Radiator Hose Connections, Spark Plugs. Be sure to call on us for Auto Supplieswe can save you money. The Bartlett Garage O. E. FAUBOIN, Manager A STUDENT LOAN FUND LAW, 'Hon. Chas. B. Metcalfe of San Angelo, representative of Tom Green county was in Thorndale for several days the first of the week and was a pleasant callar 'at the Thorn office Monday. Mr. Metcalf was accompanied by his wife and son. Mr. Metcalf is the author of the House Joint Resolution No.9, providing for an election to be held on the fourth Saturday in JUly, 1915. to determine whether or not an amendment shall be adopted to a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 April 1915

; c" ?.', Eir T.V-' lift, jW ANNIVERSARY " ' CELEBRATION i 'J W. U Vining. of Austin, who ; was for more than five years was secretary of the Ghumber of ' Copimerce, but now the special is representative' of ihe Austin , Pageant Celebration was in town Wednesday interviewing our cit- izens on the proposition of hav- ing a float or decorated automo- bile in the grand parade which is to be part of the celebration. Austin will be 75 years old next month, and the great $1,720,000 daM, wnich creates the beauti- ful Austin Lake, will be am- ' pleted In a large measure this . celebration will represent the entire history ot Texas, and the Pageant will depict its history from the time of the Indian and buffalo to the present day. There will be special music for the event and the parade will be under the direction of Prof. Langdon. of New York, who has a national reputation as a pageant director. It is antici- pated that numerous cities and towns will participate in the grand parade and many...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

r (HHiif',Jtf'.w'l 1 T- - m iWWWHi' .. Lw "K"yn mijvi " v , .,.,,,. x ; ' ,.," sj,- "u t V - i.' u J I '.' AND NEWS 6 ' ''' F CATES Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIJj9. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX NO. 42 ' ,4 tffteii t p. inuM rnMMri i 0 ivr.- wiul. amn ANIJ MI.I.IMI , ' . t J. B. Willa received a mes- ago this afternoon stating that his cousin, John J. Connell. a ,u onl-armed deputy sheriff of Mills County, Texas, was shot and killed this morning while mak- ,, ing an arrest a Lometa. Mr. Connell was well known in Taylor, having fot a number of years .prior to moving west served as a deputy under his brother, the late sheriff Sampson Connell of Williamson County. No particulars of the killing arc known to Mr. Wills, save that Mr. Connell was serving in an offfficial capacity when shot. He is survived by three broth- ers namely: W. N. Connell of Stanton; Ed. Connell of Hereford ,and Joe Connell of Lampassas. Aconsin, James W. Connell now live...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

i ,r ., i i THE EFFECTS OF WAR OVER . j i . u , p . , r ' , . i. " 1 -- ' ' "v ' ' 7 : i ' n ' r ' ' 1- ' -' .-L-V-i-igiSS-J -.i-l'LJ'T!" v " I $K n Wr W Reports are coming from all over the country that the season just passed didn't turn out so bad after all. Some sections were pretty"" hard, hit, but on the average, while not "booming," it was far from unsatisfactory. Now that the effects of the war is over and the country hasn't gone to the "bow wows," most of the American public have settled down to a belief that prosperity is in the air and that the. conflict on the other side will eventually help things in this country. The fighting powers will have to buy bur crops because they haven't time to raise any of their own. Good prices are almost assured; the cotton acreage will be reduced 20 per cent; the sale of fertilizers off 40 per cent; a feeling of optimism seems to pervade the country; we are assured that conditions will soon be back normal again. ' This docs not effect the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

TVI.- f, ; ft; ' , ! a r "V ' l. idif o i a ii n k DOUBLE UtAGEbY i AT TAYLOR MONDAY 1 Shortly after the noon hour Monday at Taylor Francis A. Al- lison, a most prominent citizen find a pioneer citizen, was shot ' and killed by W. C. Wright, also an old resident. After comm t- tjng the deed Wright shot him- selt through the heart. Five shots were fired, four of which entered Allison's body, the fifth piercine Wright's heart. The killing occurred in Wright's office on the second floor of the Fjrst National Kank building. Vhen the reports of the weapon were heard, Messrs. Still & Gold- stein, whose office is directly across the hall, rushed to the scene, and saw Allison, with head .bent down, staggering to the suiirway. He fell before he reached the steps. Both bodies were removed af- ter Judge Kellum had reviewed the remains, and were taken to the Forwood morgue to be pre- pared for burial Both men had been very good friends and no cause for the tragedy is known. The entire commu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

pi i.?fw?Ry f-..sr '" : TYV -' -v ."V R w w B.J .V 5 I'D i.n &(:, f.-rt in- The Tribune And News FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1915 A BAD REPORT ON CONDITIONS rr r ; ' ' IHH Roy Miller was elected mayor of Corpus Chrlsti Tuesday by a large majority. To the Citizens and Voters of Bartlett: As most of you doubtless know J. H. Enlow. inspector of the I am a candidate for Mayor of State Fire Insurance Commission this little city to succeed Mr. was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Kolloy, deceased, for the unex- We trust that the candidates who are .running for mayor will not run on a B.-W. schedule. "When a young man is fortu- nate enough to land upon a bed of bounteousness and luxury, he can not be expected to leave his home only between meals. More crood news: At an elec tion held in Taylor last Tuesday thp citizens ot that city decided by a vote of 268 to 101 to issue bonds in the sum of $100,000 for street Raving, The City Council has ordered -another election The freight department of the Katy i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

W: 1 WfW 1 rt ' 1. . ! ' - U u l" a! fro ,1fc" VI r- LOCAUnd PERSONAL I. L, Brown has been reported to be on the sicC list this week. Mrs, Dug McKenzio was in , Temple this week to Bee her mother, Mrs. J. D. Pinkard, who is in the sanitarium. Nice lartje cabbage plants for sale at 25c per 100. L. W. Robin- son. V(ri Chas, Nowotny made a busi- l ness trip to Temple yesterday. "' Just received all the new shades in Poplins and Taffetas at Lawrence Bros. Mrs. McAfee of Friendship is here on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. W.J. Ball. Tree tomatoe plants for sale. W. G. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton attended the funeral of their bro- ther, Aubrey Rucker, at Temple yesterday afternoon. Quaker Rolled Oats in tins at 9 cans for 25c. The Gersbach- Wacker Co. Mrs. Rocky McDaniel of Gran- ger was the guest of Mrs. L. E. Bartlett this Week. Before soring cleaning for good ness sakes, get a broom that Komberg makes. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Munger of , Holland were the guests of rela- tives here Wedn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

ww$ V .' " '.H At. i ., ft. 'n i a . The Particular Woman will not use any but the best of toilet aid. That is why so many of her friends visit our toilet goods counter whenever they need soap, toilet waters, hair ' tonics or shampoo powder, cold cream etc. They know, we keey the best only. Be as wise as they and use our toilet specialties. Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Trade in Bartlett. Louie Lindemann was a Bart- lett visitor here Sunday on a visit to see his parents. Marc Jenkins of Jarrell was here Tuesday on business. Mrs. 0. P. "Winn left this week for Archer City to visit her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mc- Laughlin. Lyfin Bartlett who is attend- ing Walden's Business College at Austin was here this week on a visit to his parents. E. J. Fitzgerald General Man- ager of Bartlett Western was a Dallas vistor this week. , For a good sweeper, ask your merchant for a Romberg broom. Rev. Elley was the guest of his parents in LaGrange this week , returning- ho...

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