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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

.A lie:.:- pAFi.n For HOME PEOPLE 6 . EVERY OTUEft DAY Fcr $2X0 A YEAR f JT '.- Established 1879. Vol. XLI No, 69 HOPK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. NuVfcMUER, 22 1919. . mi J. ft:' V; o Editorial Periscope o o o o oo oo o o o ' " . THE PRICE OF SUGAR The sugar situation presents the most flagrant example of profiteer ing that has so far been uncovered. The light broyn Cuban sugar that is now being doled out one pound at a time at from 25 to 30 cents a pound is turned loose in New York at $5.15 per hundred. By the time it gets to Hopkinsville it has gone to $19.95 wholesale in spite of the- -fact that' the government allows on - ly 10 per cent, profit. The retailer is then entitled to a reasonable prof it, but nothing ha3 occurred to pre vent sugar from being sold at 12 Cents as it was a month agJ. ' : : . . :" . Watch for the eclipse of the sun . at 7:45 this morning. - , A joint court is. to settle the state I ;jine Deiwn Texas. and Oklahoma. , ' k -"' " ' " LJP ' Secretary Baker v...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

Til A. 4 iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A. A. ,A , A V The Kcntuckian. .Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. --Chaa. M. Meacham... Editor Ilerschel A. Long. . Business Manager Established as Hopkinsvillu Con- lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Eopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub gahed as the South Eentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JCentuckian. 1 Fifty-Third Year of Publication f "' Tidn in Tatoa rnn ' rSrirA n n ri ri n "'H Fin !i nnr; f.iMill . l! UUi I -llill " II " H 0 si II; o j P n IP r l 1 I f i 1 ! 1! j n isf LAJv U uULJuu ULiuULlU fti'!rr?r , . i fa.-..!,... ....JihM !... .- ....... ...i,.,,,.. ,,-.,,, " , i ' ' . ' ' ; ' " vssAtXZS it r""' " ' " "" "' ' . . v a - ; nS ...... ...:. ; .,. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail $2.00! One year by carrier. . ...... . ?2. 50 1 "Shorter terms at same proportionate , Advertioig Bates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof ilce as Mail Matter of th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

y Vi -3 -. 4 Ml i wmmm 0;iv'...;.:C. ,:-riX(S:Q.:: 6 liflfl 7 j-!;:-:a?.: 0- .nsk p il5fv yepartiie We carry a complete line of toys, Dol s, Rocking CheirFfJDe!ks, in fact anything that can be, had in the toy line. , We are now open for business and invite ' the public to call and inspect our lines of , toys, we can save you money on them. We have a line of English China and Havlin China that we can save you money on. If you are in need of these call and get our prices. , ' I Shop Early and Avoid The sC.-:. OarKv& Incorporated Phones: 79 and 118. The Bank Ycru Choose .h u'd b able in case of need tc draw upon ' the massed reserves of the na tion. We r f i UV 2 ( so, by . redi.M"tjr tn g wit i inr. erai K - na i . i r) thus in h j os i ii n 'g-' y to saf -g tar i t t : ..i e- es ' of our custt m The First . National Bank k;wx X, X:h.A-:--.:v'':.:,.':t.-.U!-:- When you have your Plumbing done you will save money by hav ing it well done. Our plumbers are experts in their line and o...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

mm- , OUI THE PIE Judse W. T. Fowler May De Offered A Seat At Dawjon'j Tt.b:e. The probable composition of the attorney general's office uhder'-Chas. I D.iwuon is the subject of much .speculation in political circles. Mr. Paw's on will appoint a first , secunJ nJ third assistant attorney "general, a law clerk and one or more st'en.grankers. The first and second a.-i'sl-siaut- receive salaries of $3,500 a pear Tha third assistant is paid $2,430 i. year. . Names known to be under consid eration fir these places include those .of Thomas B. McGregor, of Frank FATHER OF 11 i pimnnFH pi t m m , i -j r : J. H. Lyon, Seventh jrr:et, d:?d Thursday nig.t. "'. Nashville to secure live in '. Lyon nc ; ten He re- fort: Hw ge W. T. Fflwler, of Hop- kinsville and Judge W. L. Prince, of Bentoni A strong probability exists that one or more, if not all of them, will be or Mr. Dawson's staff. The thr'?e men mentioned enjoy notable reputations for legal ability. Mr. McGregor is one of the foremost atto...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

o ... - ., jgt. ,rA..,A,. fa, . -,1tw-.-tr-. ;-w:-i'aUHW ... ' -j2 DOCTORS III ft O "S A O i 1 Fattest Boy It. Johnon, of Pembroke, Files $15,000 Strit Against Drs. IT-irker .and Sandbach. L. P.. J c::, ffrr.ieviy city, mar- shal of J'embro:1. has sued Dr. J. I,. K'Eark?r and Dr. W. S. Sanbach, two I?' r.t n, l...,,!:.,,. ! t 1 J r v r 1 i j I 1 s, mi era 'Commencing Friday, KJomber AND CONTINUING ONE WEEK 73 tpjaETM ETT 1 011 r. READY-TO-WEAR Department Offers 36 of the finest FUR TRIMMED SUITS, worth from $55.00 to $125.00, in four gronps, at UNHEARD OF REDUCTIONS so early in the season. No description can do justice to the earments: vou must see ihtm. No two are alike; they are exclusive models, beautifully trimmed in fur, wodertully tailored and with beautiful trim mings. All the latest Browns, Deer Shades, Tau pes, Navy Blues and Blacks, in sizes 14 to 44. : bro'.re,' char-gift; that they were re ! s2cr.-iblo for rlia arrest of Johnson .last May under a charge that he was cence...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

r;'M ;, ":i if il MMSm . mill's si cross '?' - '-:";:. l: .' Y.X-ii-.fl H iMY We will buy Turkeys from now on until Christ mas but prefer those intended for thanksgiving mark et delivered, starting Nov. 11, to Nov. 15 inclusive. WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES- We would advise turkey raisers to sell all their Well Matured turkeys for the Thanksgiving market. , ITavinir waiki'J 1,500 J the country on a iu,uuu i.un ..i t m.ougn vne country. Sergeant Ket. Crosley, soldier-composer ol trie la--r. ..i.enibLT tne Girl in Your ' Old Home Town" song, was ready eto leave Evansville today for nis walk througn tne South. ' There has never been a song since the nationally popular "Home, Sweet Home" that has had the interest of the American people as this sympa thetic waltz melody that newspapers across the continent and around the wwu u-s endued with having stopped ihe niarr.age oi the Yankee solriitr and the French girL Endorsed by mothers, wives, sweet hearts, the church and clergy, its...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

nc KEirrocaAjj - w w www iw W 1 rraQII THE AUTOMOBILE THE automobile is a rubber- tired cash separator which is being used largely to keep prosperous American citizens from worrying over how to invest their money. y There are a great many varieties . if cash separator:?, but the auto mobile is by far the best. It can go through an orditiarlly'flush citizen In a very few months and leave very little cash in the tailings. In fact, its work is approached in - thoroughness only by the private , yacht, the society bug and the private school for girls. The automobile Is driven by gas oline, assisted by water, oil, electric-, lty, wind and gas,, and sometimes' horses and mules. Some drivers . have also ured brains with i great success, but the supply la too lim ited to be generally adopted. If every automobile driver were equipped with a small set of brains, we would have no more accidents which occur while a car is being driven about 75 miles an hour over he, speed HrnU. An auto conshta,....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 November 1919

cxzz eight WTO ffll aeerjcan legio; liliU Ail. Methods of Manufacture Changed to Comply With Federal Food - and Drugs Act. ,' Its Quarters Are Doubled and Build ing One of Handsomest In . the City. - 10 V A .1! jt I s i TOKEICil FOOD II' ROOT . . i: mm ll : I f , ' Washington, D. C, Nov. 21. The Federal Food and Drugs Act' has brought many changes in methods of : manufacturing and labeling foods ' and Drugs, not only in the United 1 States, but in foreign countries as well, says the officials of the Bureau of Chemistry, United States Depart ment of Agriculture, who are charg ; ed with the enforcement of that law. . The most recent instance which I j has come to the notice of the officials is in reference to powdered dried : eggs from China. Large quantities I of powdered eggs are shipped into f the United States from- China for use by commercial bakers. These in elude powdered white of egg.powder- ed yolk of egg. These preparations ; ; are made by drying and powdering the eggs as ta...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

cials said. Plans tentatively decided Upon . .- 7rv, ttt ,77 . t-t i 7 ysrv .. ... For .HOME PEOPLE . ; For--. $2.10 A YEAR ' - - - ... A Established 1879. Vol. XLI No, 70 HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 25 1919. . y 'V V'' Sf I 1 -0 1 oo oo- o..V Editorial Periscope b PLACE UNKNOWN E. V. Rawn and W. A, Cornet went out yesterday morning at day light to a point "somewhere in Chris tian county" and returned with three wild geese and three wild ducks. The Prince of Wale3 has-gone to Halifax. ''..-' . The final count gives Morrow 40, 176 majority for Governor. ' Vincennes, Ind., barbers will put hair cuts up to 50 cents on January Dr. Jacob Gould Schusman is credited with the epigram: "Nowa days it is more profitable to mind the train than to train the mind. 4 ' Railroads have been warned to get ready to take over their ' properties from government control on January 4, when former regulations by the commission will be restored. . Maj. John Milledge, of the U. S. air service...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

The Kcntuckian. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chu. M. Meacham ...Editor Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con- Mrrative in I860. Succeeded by Hnnkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JCentuckian. Fifty-Third Yr of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Due year by mail.T $2.00 One year by carrier ;...?2.50 (Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertiring Rates on Application ty bottles were s.ld to a junk dealer for $2,148. The beer was ordered destroyed by Judge Claire C. Edwards, of the Waukegan Circuit Court, after it had been confiscated when seized from smugglers from Wisconsin. BLAMES LABOR FOR THE tilGHj FOOD PRICES 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof fioa At Mail Matter of the Second Class. National Grange Demand Presiure Against Producer to Reduce -Costs Cease. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1919. TREATY A POLITICAL ISSUE. Th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

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Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

Many Young Men and Women Offer Themselves For Christian Service r V ( o 0 O o o o o o o o o Southern Baptists Will Have Airple Working Force for New Pro , graii Campaign Hopa3 to Streivjthsn Local Cliurche3 and Win. , 2,500,000 Lost to Christ During Next Five Years. 4 i i A -I ! mmmtm t t ? 0 J Nsiu .-M 11 day mm j! v I . , ; . ? " . Ai - - ' a. a 1' : : 3roup of Young WotD Volunteers, Preparing Tnemgelre for Special Christian Service at Baptirt Women' Training School, Kort Worth, Texai. Probably . the Jnot encourak'lng do-. tletH year, looks back over an active relopment that has come to the Bap- ministry of sixty years, practically all list 75 Million Campaign, so far, is the of lich has been spent in the viclalty I iargo number of young men and women "hlch be is now serving. Mr. Allison throughout the South and Southwest flrho have volunteered their services tor sputial Christian work wherever Eod may need' them. A special day ras set apart In the Baptist schools nd churches for ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

- A "3 it ' Ik I. ft u is fa "W .Li We have purchased the business of MORRIS & BRACKROGGE, and are open at their old stand on Virginia street, opposite Hotel Latham. We will continue to handle a f nil line of Jo nuiiMHift. - nl :0 UlWIiWIL) : ML mULV F;rsh;BIeats,-Oyste We will have for THANKSG 1V1NG Dressed Poultry, Cranberries, Celery and Oysters We solicit a continuance of your patronage and assure you that you will get the BEST in Meats and Service. ' BimiMey emtoii Phone 876 PROMPT DEUVERY TO ANY PART OF -THE CITY. . ; Several Baptist Campaign meet ings were held in the county Sun day. At West Union, near Ovil, an all day meeting was held. Speeches wers ir.nde by II. H. Abernathy, C. E. Woodruff, Otho McCord, Rev. C. II. Fotser, W. R. Whitlow, of Logan, and Chas. M. Moacham, Mrs. Geor gia HiomaP; Mrs. 3. K. Yancey and Miss Lulu. lUoscley held a meeting v.i.h ihe ladies. At Macedonia at 11 a. m. and at Mt.- Zoar at 230 p. m. two good meetings were held, with speeches by Thom...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

iAu: tix M . . i. ' 71 . APTiSTS PLAU TO IS I FIGHT BOLSHEVISL 1 i UB7 ATI!?! ID t i i c erif Ciiy Jinf ; JBtk Lig ht, Strong and hand -so m o. easily carried a bout. . ' It is a wonderful con venience on cold morn ing. ww r j 1 Til.. we. carry tnem in Enamel and Black fin- jjjjffi ; SEE THEM Planers Hardware Co. Incorporated. s City Bank m m m a m .m (Capital (Si Stsrplixs $210,000.00 Tim Bank & Trust Co. Stands unique in Point ff STRENGTH X.r MSBSSlSlBBSlBWBHSSHBlSBBtMSBBa SUCCESS-EXPERIENCE-with the Com- sWVPSWWiJiMaBvBllSMBMSeXMssMSS F posite SERVICE and trust worthy devotion of its well known officers to all Fiduciary Administration. They invite consultation and confiden tial adv ce in any money matters. Such is the organized and trained business of our Trust Department. m 'a m a m m a a a "Memorial (tticinnali Ohic flflBflBBflBBBflflBflBflBBIIBBIIEISaiSBBiaaBIBlHBI A . (Vv m-c J1 g$m MccLAID & ARMSTRONG Phone 490. - Hopkinsville, Ky. 2nd and Main Sts KNOCK THE CHILL - ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

For HOME FEOPLE J lit' i lit' i:uumi 'TEAsr pnoviDErt Cy V. EECXMAN. V ct!;rve Thsnkejjlving dy ft keeping v.-lth tho time-honored cut torn cftho Pilgrim. Thanksgiving day was born In thi hearts of a grateful. !'! group 'people who had survived a harrowing . (season. ! Real thanksgivings art those which 'com spontaneously In moments ol gratitude for deliverance from dis tress, appreciation of the beauties of lllfe or enjoyment of genuine friend . Ishlp. - ! We are thankful that most of our troubles never " happened and that those which did passed over like the ' storms. The wealth of the world has been ,fllllng our coffers to overflowing. Min ,lons of Mammon give thanks like the blatant fatted calf, all unmindful of the fate of the fattened and battened We are thankful to have gone through another year with its alter nating Joys and sorrows and await with hope and fortitude the things the next may bring forth-lllustrated Sun day Magazine of the Boston Herald. Ain't It Splendid? A1 I...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 November 1919

- o - n - r -IK- iih;g to i0 IS HOT YET ANSWERED Jenkins- Believed Still in Prison De ' "spite U. S. Demand For Release. Washington, Nov. 21. State De partment officials still awaited to night a reply to the note warning the Mexican government that any fur ther molestation of William 0. Jen ' kins, American Consular Agent at Feubla, who was arrested twice in connection with his recent abduction . by bandits, would seriously affect the relations between the United States and Mexico. While the text of the American government's communication has not been made public, the summary published by the State Department indicated that it was one of the sharpest even sent to the Carranza Government. It said the Untied States was both "surprised and in censed" to learn of the reimprison ment of Jenkins and demanded his immediate release. So far as was made known, no re port regarding Jenkins reached the department today from the embassy at Mexico City, but officials believed that if he had not b...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 November 1919

EVERY OTHER BAY : For 2.10 A YEAR Established 1879. Vol. XLI No, 71 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 7 1919. . I. . . f 4 . For HOME PEOPLE o o o oo -oo 6 Editorial Periscope o -oo co o o A cold wave .is predicted today for the entire South, ' except Florida. . The .Louisville Council has contin ued the present telephone rates nn " til Jat.ua yy, 921. '.--.. The campaign ' to -'raise $200,090 to endow Peabcdy ' Cdilase" in Nash ville has-been oversubscribed. Prospects for waging war in Sun ny Mexico during the winter months is not, a bad thing to look forward to by soldiers in the north. v ', ' . ' - .". - v - 4 '.All of' the brave men were not in . the army, .A "New York man out of , the draft age has just married his mother-in-law..' - ' - 'The great annual game between Vanderbilt and Sewanee will be play- ea in jNasnvme today, with Hopkins ' ville represented by partisans on both sides. ' ' A- bunch of 73 Bolshevik Reds . confined on Ellis Island,-New York, . . have go...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 November 1919

The Kehtuckian. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Eerachel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con jervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub frhed as the South Kentuckian 1879 o 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Due year by-mail..... $2.00 ' One year by carrier ?2.50 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on "Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof- '. fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1919 ' The next note to Carranza ought to be dropped in his front yard from ' a war plane. Postmaster General Burleson has ' approved a bill to reduce the postage on drop letters from two cents to one cent. This will be a great sav ing to business men who mail state ments to their local customers to simplify collections. The Democratic National Com mittee...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 November 1919

Skill, not Money is the Secret of Successful Advertising If you wish to advertise then you should either study the science of advertising or else place yourself under the guidance of a man or firm Whom you have reason to believe does know the science of advertising, and is honest. , . Isn't it reasonable that a man who has made a study of adver 'v; ' - tising as a profession, who has proven his efficiency, is better ' able to conduct a campaign and to practice the science of ad vertising than a business man who will attempt the study of advertising as a mere side issue? ' . - ....-..; There are millions of unproductive dollars expended in adver V. tismS every year. Considering the present position of advertising as a science and the number of available agents and experts who are known to thoroughly understand their business, this loss . y must be charged to the advertisers. N A man would not ordinarily attempt to qualify -as his own law- yer r doctor, and unless he is a thorough stu...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 November 1919

: r r r vV ; u ii' ' 1 t 6-11 -,t r. .. V Vtfcl' For Friday, Saturday and Monday INCORPORATED I 45c Indian Head Domestic 30c. Sofft Finish Bleached Indian Head Domestic, 33 in ches wide. Worth on today's market 45c yard: Priced Special yard . ......... 30c (Limit 10 yards to a Customer.; 25c Bleached Domestic 19c 1,000 yards Good Quality Yard-Wide Bleached Do mestic. Finished soft for the needle. 25c quality. Special the yard ...... ... .... 19c 30c Unbleached Domestic 20c , JftOO yards only, Genuine ''Hoosier" Yard Wide Un bleached Domestic, worth on today's market 30c. & yard. Priced Special the yard. . . .... .... -20c (Not Over 20 yards to a Customer.) 50c Dress Ginghams 38c ' Dress Ginghams, 32 inches wide. Plaids,Stripes and Plain Colors, 50c quality. Priced Special "the yard . . . 38c - ' $2.50 Linen Damask $1.50 Linen Bleach Damask, 70 inches wide. Warranted all Linen Weft.: $2.50 quality. Special Priced the yard . $1.50 Store closed Today; THANKSGIVING $9.00 lied Spread...

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