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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 25 March 1915

"HOW 10 LIVE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 010046 Non-Coal, Yuma Project NOTICE OF PUBLICATION No. 015109 Non-Coal, Yuma Project iehmed in Many a desert entryman intended as much as $3 per Yuma county will learn with 'acre in an attempt to reclaim gratification that Congress his land he may be permitted has afforded him relief in an, to homestead the land. There unexpected place, in the urg-!is still, then, another thing he ent deficiency bill passed by j may do. He may pay fifty Congress in the late session, cents an acre, make proof The relief comes in the shape .that he has perfected perma of a rider to the bill, having .nent improvements of the no more to do with the meas- lvalue of $1.25 an acre, and ure than it could have to do with the ship purchasing bill, It was proposed by several Western congressmen to be attached to the bill while it was in conference. Mr. Hay den was among others who urged it but during the con ference, Mr. Hayden was eng gaged in...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 25 March 1915

THE LATE SKIRTS II showing wine ,38BlLLS m L0ODIEBT BATTLE iS mm mam MB 10 nUCQEGC AGING If! THE EAST I ARLiNOTON HEI6KT! C: T, PAUL'S CilSTIlS ii ENGLAND HELPING liSSlAIS (Continued from Page One) ing down the front are considered the most correct, but they are slowly be coming a little more elaborate with a few tucks and a little shirring. ThebO are made of poile, chiffon, and crope fie Chine while the ones shown summer are developed in handker chief linen, voile, Swiss and organdy. Very plain covered buttons are used on these waists and some of the very latest have small ivory buttons shaped like quinine capsules down the front. Most of the waists are made with long close sleeves and adjustable collars; that is. collars which are closed high around the neck or may be left open as desired. Dresses are being finished around the bottom of the skirt in many var ious ways. A dress of net has a deep hem of white taffeta figured in pink, which was cut in deep scallops at the top edge. A...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 1 April 1915

FOR SALE50 two large ra VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 1C. Between the levee and the river opposite Andrade is a very peaceful Indian village, the citizens of which live in such friendship and harmony as would be a credit to the white race. There among the natural shade trees they have built themselves comfortable houses of adobe and arrow weed which, if transferred to South Gila street, would very much improve that portion of Yuma. It is true that when the Col orado is at its flood they are obliged to move away across the levee and build them selves temporary shacks, where they live until the water recedes; but this they turn to their advantage bv im mediately planting large crops of beans, pumpkins, melons, corn, etc., raising enough to furnish them with a large part of their food for the remainder of the year. Among them are exempli fied many of the best dreams of the Socialists in such man ner as they can never be ex emplified among their white brethren because of the in nate selfishness an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 1 April 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 1?7, 1806 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Ysar '. ?6-00 Per Month, 75 Entered at Yumar Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. ARIZONA SENTINEL Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W. Dorring ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2-00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year $2-00 Entered at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mall. Published Fridays. EDITORIAL PICKINGS Desperate straits, the Dar danellesBoston Transcript. Roosevelt wants to lead a division. Wasn't the one in 1912 enough? Columbian State. Krupp subscriptions to war loans look suspiciously like rebates. Wall Street Jour nal. Consi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 1 April 1915

c Some Result of Mission Work As Shown by the Report of a Commission to the Far East; Japan's Leading Statesman Gives Strong Testimony; How All Doors Are Opening in China; Facts that Count. (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By Ida Clyde Clarke) NASHVILLE, Tenn., Mar. 22. The report of the com mission of the Foreign Chris tian Missionary Society to the Far East contains some state ments and observations that ... . . i i will interest not only one wno is vitally interested in mission work but every student of modern affairs. Particularly interesting is the report on Japan. The: commission says: "It is true that in point of the numbers of baptized be lievers and the institutional ized forms of Christianity, the results have not been as large in Japan as in many other mission fields. But it is doubtful whether the dif fused results of Christianity have been so ereat in any other non-Christian nation "In the interview with the commission, Count Okuma, Japan's leading statesman, now p...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 1 April 1915

CALL OF DUTY MEANS MEXICAN Hill SKIRTS SCALLOPED a You needn't i i u A UULUC1 iUUt.ll f IP about your carbu- T LOWER EDGE ClUl WiiUll UU U9U BRIE M r Gasoline Red Crown atomizes easily. Because of its uniform qual ity it saves adjustments. It's an all-refinery,unmixed gas. Standard Oil Company (California; Yuma (Continued from Page One) j it scarcely seems possible that j they deserved shopting. Among the many compjj-i cations and unpleasant inci dents connected with the at-; tempt to force liquor upon I the people who have voted j against it i nope mc piui. tion of these Indians will not be forgotten. In the case of this young girl I advised her to make the "agua caliente." (Mrs.) A. K. Beltzhoover. LA. 61 ES IS AC! THE DIRECT LI Regarding a malicious and libelous slander on Yuma, under a San Fran cisco date line, "direct wire to tlie Los Angeles Times," March 2S, in which it was stated that on March 27, 1915: "Yuma, Arizona, was the windi est point in the United States, with an ei...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 8 April 1915

.-V ?' . , c ' '.'''If VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 17. "Everybody HE SATS HONESTY . CHANGED CHICAGO, April 8. A colloquy about the honesty of the man who, starting at the bottom, advances Jto tie head of a great railroad, as com pared with the une who be comes the head of a great la bor organization enlivened the session of the United States commission on Indus trial relations. The argument was between Chas. Markham, president of the Illinois Cen tral railroad, who was on the. witness stand practically all day, and Austin Garretson, pesident of the Order of Rail way Conductors and a mem ber of the commission. , During the discussion of the attempt to organize the men of the railroad in 1911, Markham said it had been op posed by officials of the road as it would have left the railroads in the hands of a few men. "But the railroads are in the hands of a few men as it is," suggested Mr. Garretson. "But they are checked by responsi bilities to the stockholders and the public," replied the witnes...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 8 April 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THA.T LEAD YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 1, 1806 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Y3ar ?6-00 Per Month , -75 Entered at Yuma. Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. ARIZONA SENTINEL . Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry D...h.0fi 1S75 hv John W. Dornng- ton. who relinquished to W. H 5hnrpv nn .Tulv 1. 1911. Published for 44 yea-s without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2-00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year 2-00 Entered at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. SCHOOL MA'AMS AND MATRIMONY A question which is now agitating several cities and towns in this country' may be viewed from different sides and angles: Shall married women teach in the schools ? In New York, matrimony ter minates the relation of a woman...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 8 April 1915

"CARRYING THE MAIL" IN THE EARLY TIMES In November, 1874, Barrado, John Walker and George Bryant located at Horsehead crossing on the Little Colo rado river. This place was called Barrado, but later the name was changed to Holbrook. Walker and Bryant did not remain here long. Drawing out they left the place to Barrado, who remained, keeping a kind of a trading post (This man Walker was the same man who built the first house in the St. John's valley.) At the point of 'the hill, about one mile and a half above Barrado's place, is where Kit Carson established a temporary camp during the Navajo war in 1863-64, calling the place Camp Supply. The first mail line through northern Arizona ran down the Little Colorado river to the Barrado place, from Santa iFe to Prescott. In the latter part of the sixties thre men started out with the first mail two of whom were killed by the Indians, and the line was abandoned It was, however, again started in July, 1874, and in October, James D. Houck und...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 8 April 1915

FOR SALE 50,000 Yuma. View Post Cards, two large racks. ''See Shorey .About It" id on the entire lot or any part of it Also SUMMER GONFERENG OF MISSIONS NOW 09 (Continued from Page One) conference are: "The Mis sionary Education of Chil dren Under Twelve Years of Wge"; "The Missionary Edu cation of Boys from Thirteen to Sixteen Years of Age"; "The Missionary Education of Young Men and Young Women"; "The Rising Churches of the Non-Christian Lands"; "The Churches at Work"; "Social Aspects of Foreign Missions" ; Normal Mission . Study Training" ; "Church Efficiency"; "Prin ciples and Methods of Mis sionary Education" ; Pvlis- sionary Education in the Sun, iay School' ; ' Missionary Education in Women's Mis sionary Societies" ; "Church Efficiency"; "Bible Studies in Service." Leaders in these discus sions are among the best known Christian workers in the country: They include Dr. C. E. Brown, of Vander bilt university; Dr. H. F. Williams, editor of the Mis sionary Survey; Dr. E. H. Rawl...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 15 April 1915

VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 18. There is no longer any i doubt that the question of j "Booze" or "No Booze" has . become the vital issue in this i country, and the forces! against Booze are moving in j on the entrenched enemy at many points. One of the significant facts is that an association of bill posters controlling the bill- boards in 4,000 cities, has uiueu tu maite no more con-; tracts to post advertisements of Booze, and many famous brands of beer and whiskey must .disappear from public view. Another significant step is that of the-California assem bly in passing a bill against the illegal sale of liquor, mod eled after the redlight abate ment act. Under this act, an injunction can be obtained against any property where Booze is being illegally sold, E. P. TEASDALE FOR BQABI A committee of San Pascual valley unit holders were in Yuma last night and sent a petition to Assistant Sec retary Ryan1 of the Interior Depart ment asking that E. P. Teasdale the Los Angeles Realty man bo, appoi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 15 April 1915

$1.Q0 Will Boost Yuma. "See Shorey About It' NOW THREE NEWSPAPERS THA.T LEAD YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March VI, 1806 SUBSCRIPTION RA1ES Per Yaar, $6.00 Per Month, ' 75 Entered at Yumat Arizona, as second class mall. Published daily, except Sunday. ARIZONA SENTINEL Established November 1870 by Jas M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry.! Purchased 1875 by Jobn W. Dorring-. ton. who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2.00 Entered at Yuma,,. Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year, ' ?2.00 Entered at Bard, Imperial county California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. JOHN WESLEY ON THE RUM TRAFFIC None can gain by swallow ing up his neighbor's sub stance, without gaining the damnation or hell! lhis is dear bought gain. And so is whatever is procured by hurt ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 15 April 1915

of it Also two large racks.- ''See t ALLEGED AUT IA POSTMASTER ; LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 010072 Non-C3al, Yuma Project IKES STATEMENT FOR SALE 50,000 Yuma View Post Cards. Bid on the Driving .a splendid, new Ford of 1915 model, two nice .young traveling photograph i ers, giving their names as E. D. Rice and C. J. Cail, reached Yuma two days ago and put up at Riley's Garage, proceeding with their busi ness of taking photographs about the city. City Marshal Henry Levy, in pursuance of his duties, became suspicious of the very Smooth strangers, and doubly -at hand, Marshal Levy took so when informed by Riley j the men under his protecting that they wished to sell their i wing and they are now safe imachine at a ridiculously low I ly deposited in the county figure. vBastile. The suspected men Marshal Levy looked into ''claim that they bought the the matter carefully with the I new machine for $150 in Los result that today he and Mr. j Angeles, and came through Riley wire...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 15 April 1915

FOR SALE 50,000 Yuma View Post Cards. Bid on the entire lot or any part of it. Also two large racks. ''See Shorey About It. " 6LAD-HANDEBS UK TBIP 10 IMPERIAL (Continued from Page One) ley will be well represented in Yuma next month. 7 The great success of the Yuma Holtville cut-off was thoroughly dem onstrated by the trip, and everybody yelled Rah! Rah! Rah! . Yuma-Holtville road! Zis, boom, ba! We're on the highway, you can. bet! And there to stay don't you forget. , The new plank road through the 'sand hills makes this doubly so, and in addition, makes the trip a genuine pleasure ride, without the unpleasant features of former years. Three hours Uo Holtville means something, when J formerly it required a day to make the trip one way. One hundred and fifty miles was! covered yesterday in the tour of Im perial, valley cities; many points of interest were visited and the Yuma excursionists met old friends of for . mer years. El Centro, the beauty spot of the . valley, and the county...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 6 May 1915

u The Daily 1 -:V. if,- -,- VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 21. Sebasti STATE INDUSTR IN PR TUCSON, May 5. "The boys at the state industrial school are farming 200 acres of land this year, the greatest area cultivated by the indus trial school boys since the in stitution started," said T. E. Pulliam, the superintendent of the school who has been in Tucson for two or three days buying supplies. There are now 80 boy in mates and hree girls at the institution, jveral girls who were sent to the school have been taken into homes and in some instances may be adopt ed by the persons who have given them homes. Mr. Pul liam said that the girls that have been taken into private homes have to report to him by letter once a month and they are all satisfied with the places they have and so far as Mr. Pulliam knows these girls are behaving themselves and trying to make good. In some instances it was the lack of good home surround ings that caused the girls to eventually become inmates of the school and when t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 6 May 1915

THREE NEWSFAPEliS THAT LBAD YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A. rmsHJiiij Y9e fer ThtaMai EKftHA4 Mart IT, 1946 SftSiEStWUPTICW RAlBS Per ?Mff, $6-8 tit Ya. arwi, aa imim ' JJSUOKA MNTINEL SJk. JMMftST BOOT B4fect l7i br 5bb rekauisiiod to W- 'Tyea' wflt nalsng an Issue. lc Jgj, JfefeKA at Tuaa oett, fctfltftw, ft lass mall. fiWliliiiil Tkarsdays. SARD IMTBR-OCBAN BBtofeKsaed Jaaaacy 2t. 14M. SUBSCRIPTION RATH Per Year, Bate at Bard, Imperial oet7, tTaKforai, s,q saeomi class mail. BaWttHW Fridays. WHITE EXPLAINS THE LIQUOR PROBLEM A curious thing in this big world-wide agitation against the sale of alcoholic liquors says William Allen White Russia stoDs the sale of vod ka; Germany restricts the f hp.fir: France shuts down on the sale of ab sinthe; and England serious ly considers the prohibition of liauor trathc. These are some of the large manifestations of the move ment now against drinking But in every country the ban of insurance companies is upon the drinking man. The railroad errmlovee al...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 6 May 1915

AMERICAN AUTOiB WRITE April 30, 1915. Mr. L. W. Alexander Chamber of Commerce, Yuma, Arizona'. Dear Mr. Alexander: Your wholesome letter of the 24th is before me, together with the two photos of the bridge. That bridge cer tainly does look good and will assur edly give both atmosphere and reputa tion to Yuma as being all that it's sur rounding country is bound to make it to say nothing of the aggressiveness of yourself and your fellow members. You may rest assured that I have been on to the angles of Los Angeles for a little more than five years and from that came a trip that I made in 1910, to dig out a few facts as to the roads and their natural touring con ditions out in your section. I have fol lowed this up In a numbe rof ways, and the result was my double trip of the Fall of 1913, when I proved "up" that the same route for eastern tour ists is by way of your good city. It is all right to talk about the mag nificent distances: it sounds well in; song, story and magazines, but t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 6 May 1915

SH BLOISIS, TAIL8RED SKIRTS (Continued from Paee One) woman. One shop on the Avenue de votes a side window, tucked in be tween two marble pillars, to rackets, balls sports shoes and middies. The blouses, slashed in front and laced, have sailor collars and cuff-like hems; they are made of white linen, crepe do Chine, wash silk and khaki cloth, the fabric of the soldiers' uniforms, an attractive tan in color and with good wearing qualities. While the whims of fashion are not as a rule rigidly followed in the clothes for sports wear, the added width in skirts is readily accepted. To be sure, skltrs for walking, golf and tennis are not extreme, but now meas ure from two and a half to three yards around the lower edge. Such fabrics as pique, plain and in novel stripes and bars, linen crash, khaki tweed and herringbone mixtures are shown, in these skirts, which are short and plain save for a lap closing or patch pocket? Hats, too, have a swagger style. Panamas appear in every conceivable ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 13 May 1915

,1 MAXWELL, The Wonder Car f 4' ARIZONA SENTINEL AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER VOLUME XLV. NO. 22. YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915. ARIZONA SENTINEL FOUNDED 1870 Teasdale Wants Majority Vote for the Common m ifi i- A -1 .1 j SPECIAL IEIING 10 BE HELD BY THE GOOD ROAD ASSOCIATION Good Many valuable suggestions for keeping up the interest in good roads will be presented at the Tucson conference. For the first time the board of directors, representing ev ery, county in the state, will hold a special meeting. On this occasion the directors of the Good Roads Association will be the guests of the Ex ecutive and Advisory Com mittees at luncheon. Plans for holding quarterly confer ences, will be outlined. It is suggested that the next ses sion be called for some north ern city in August, probably Flagstaff or the Grand Can yon: The directors of the as sociation invited to meet at Tucson, are: j A. J. Eddy, Yuma; John W. Francis, Flagstaff; Fred T. Colter, Colterville; J. M. Sparks, Douglas...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 13 May 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD The Traveler's Companion . I Ul ' I I e nm m in n& jo ma a i .r. iw. m n mx YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March Iff, 1806 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Ysar, $6.00 Per Month , 75 Entered at Yuma, Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. ARIZONA SENTINEL Established November 1870 by Jas. hi. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W-. Dorring- ton. who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1. 1911. Published for ,44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mall. Polished Thursdays. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE , n nn ! - I n if . n it - i j n xr- az.iiu i i rn ivi r vmronn unn - rp n Entered at Bard, imperial county, mem die a painrui ana tributed bv him anions the ..uaiiiomia, as secuuu tnwo uo. yciiug ucaiii. iuc oui vivujo, -a mpriran mflnntiif fnrpr5 uousneu ne says are iiKeiv...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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