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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 August 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBWH FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922 - -- 1 Jkey are IM far ifetkbs WSTR,CT °°URT ,UR0R8 it : NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S HALE The Racket Store Galvanized Tubs uid Buckets. Hand Made Brooms Lamps and Lamp Suppliea. Aluminum Ware from 10c to *LOO. Especially are lower on fine Toi let soaps. See the 10c bars for -•be. *0c >Far Rubbers for 7 l-2c. £xtr« Special Fiiday ai d i aturday H bars of American Yellow Soap for 25c. 6 bars of White Flyer Soap for 26c. 10c Toilet soap for 5c. Sale if Par Atamnien Ware 15c - 25c • $1.00 '75c-14 qt. Granite Dish Pans for 49c. Butter Molds, Wooden Trays Kxtra quality shaped curtain rods for wide double windows 35 & 50c. $2.00 Lead Glass Ice Teas for 31.25 set. 25c Palmolive Talc 19c. Buy Toilet articles here 10-15 & 25c. * "iM Fine Pocket Knives 10c to $1.25 C. C. C. C. Knives. •50c Dyanshine 35c. I5c 2-in-l (White) shoe polish 10c. Men's 15c Hose (all colors) 10c Scissors sold for (ess. Fresh candies (worth 35 & 40c lb) for 25c. 35c ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

/T" > t i • lille, and all. that I will the tter * < ml « i. >.js*i ■# Ulecklii 1 : ''owVP^I JfJHi 1^. NO. 50. WPIK8BORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY I KIDAV AUGUST 25, 1922 j, Nabors' Weekly Letter fruit and Truck Growing $1.25 PER YEAB Winnsboro Gets First Ba!e until |quip s:ded lour can the *up- llets, oks, Couple Married Ralph Hagley of Rag- [ms marrit- I to Miss riock of this city on ih The marriage of sown and i>opular place in Dallas, and zed at the Sacred in the presence and a few intimate Rev. William Rol>- gted with the ring _ The bride wore a [iiilleur of brown broad! | a hat and accessories Her coinage bo- composed of bride's (valley lilies. Sweet Potatoes We want to keep a sweet po- tato market as long as Texas lllHi i,v r VT-I T"" points want to buy them. To do r.;,i„ Lh™L Winnsboro received her first bale of cotton lastFriday. It wa* grown by Munley Bluckmon, 5 miles east of Quitman, and gin- Hon. W. D. Suiter for Earl Mayfield for U. S. Senate Chamber o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

WINNSBORO WKRKLY NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 1922 —e 1* % \ r .* i I Pi Jingle of 15 Million Dollars in McCormik Wedding Son if Former Harvester King Splits Forlun and Unmakes Two Marriages To Wed Wcmsn if His Choice. . ON COUNTRY AMERICA'S DOLLARS It is estimated Harold McCormick of Harvester Company, sliced fifteen million off fortune to wed opera singer. GIVES HI-OOD TO SAVE WIFE WHO DESERTED HIM MSCORAMCK By ROBERT FITL! Ert Autocaater Servica CHICAGO. August 21 — When Harold F. McCormick bOi of old Cyrus McCormick, the inventor of the wheat binder, was married to Mme. Ganna WaJska the other day, there ecn oed the clank of some fifteen million American farm dollars. Country America is not mucii interested in the doings of mil- lionaires, but the name McCor- mick is different because it is known in every farm yard in tho United States. The McCor- mick millions are made up of dollars paid in for farm machin- ery in the last half century. What Man Will Do For Love The marriage of Harold...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 1922 DISTRICT COURT JURORS NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE i )ream Station Moved hiti/^'1 "s- huve move<* lhe*r cream station from Gist I Sons to J li. Dozen's Grocery Store, with Fred Kelly manage. We thank you for your patronage in the past Lj wjii appicriate a continuance of name.. Will buy cream Wednesdays and Saturdays, paying the highest market ice. Fred Kelly, Local Mgr., for Metzger Bros., Dallas Following is the list of the The State of Texas, County ot K«-and and petit jurors for the Wo<*l. Fall Term of District Court, virtue of authority vested which court convenes at Quit- as "wbstitute trustee, reg man, Monday, August 21, 1922. "In,''y substituted in the place of It will be observed that there is Andmv Kingkade, named ana no petit jury for the first week ®PP^ted as trustee in a certain of the Court. District Clerk d^e,d "f,trust executed by C. L. Puckett tells us that the first I. Nixon, on the first day week will be given over t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

♦ # WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIBAY AUGUST 25, 1922 They are GOOD! 10* Rural America Will Do It (Dy R chard lloyd Jones) Law en.'o.cement is more gen The committee points out thai .rally prtic.icdd and respected there were nearly 10,000 un- in ruray districts an I tov.ns luwiul hom.cides in this country than in the larg?:- cities.' I last year and that burglaries All the great cities were, by {have increased in the UniLco i large majority, opposed to States 1,200 per cent in the las; .he elimination ol the saloon. Vnd yet it was 111 > ssaloan in the large cities that did the most, or ten years. The committee also maintains that deliberate mur. er, burgl- the soul and body destroying, ary and robbery will seldom be business. | attempted unless the eriminal Bad in any place the saloon; is armed. It also points cut thi.: was at its worst in the b>g crime per centages in Europo Winpsbrt Weekly News II Hi R. Weir, Editor 51.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as ucond-clmu mat ter, September...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

W1NNBB0R0 WEEKLY NEW* FRIDAY AUGUST 23. 1922 a®*' Vj * , r (f. &' s ^ t «md J % F.O.B. D?:ir<oiT Never before has there been produced, at so low a price, a car so service- able, so trustworthy and so economical of mainte- nance as the Ford Touring Car. Millions of owners say so. Buy your Ford today. Terms if desired. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro Four Women Whip Woman Strikebreaker With Wire Rope Near Fort Worth Minn IIinkle of Fori Worth Takes Refuge in Dallas Home Dallas, Aou. 19.—After be- ing severely beaten by I loggers in Fort Worth, Miss llallie Hin- kle of Fort Worth is in Dallas at the home of her sister, Mrs. May Groulx, 1120 Ballard Ave- nue, under care of a physician. Miss llinkle was seized Thursday morning as she start- ed through the gate of the M I- ler Manufacturing Co. in Fori Worth, and was taktn ten miles out on a country road by four women and one man and her cloths were torn from her. An interwoven wire rope, six feet long was doubled antl one of the wom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 August 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWfFRIDAY >r« ■ i . i -f.; ; 1 : : i HI 1 I' J I? 1 5 f f I aw* jl K- K>! fi Our books are now closed for this season, and we are bidders for tiJie cash trade. Asa business proposi- tion. you buy where you can get the best goods for the least money, The next time you come to town give us a trial, for the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. If courteous treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you come to see us. Every day will be "Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store. Yours for a geed crop Campbell's Big Five "Everything" It Local News YOU CANNOT LOSE No matter how much or how little money you maj ■have it will cost you no more to pay it out by means of check that it will to use the hard cash. Checks are accept- ed just as readily as money. A checking account is absolutely safe. If a check should be lost it becomes worthless because payment on it can be stopped immediately, and nothing of intrinsic value is lost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

U) Tu inu&b&x® *. j # < tXIII —NO. 51. h- —————— imnsboro is Paying the WINNSBORO, WCOI) COUN'IY, TEXAS, FRIDAY !FRIDAY c m m~ ma .T=r- SEPT. I, 1922. IU5 PKR YEAK Highest Price for Cotton All Ready But The Horses Fay Brogden of Winns- |W#g a member of the jclass at the North- iTexw Normal College hi i this summer an J receiv- j diploma ; ml stale psrnm- ftuchers eertif cate at the moemenl exercises held this week. j, VV. Pope of Dallas de the annual summer com- iement address at nine o on the morning of Aug. {JATKS AT DEN- We have made it a point to PON NORMAL keep in touch with the prices of cotton in neighboring towns anil as a result have found that W n' naboro buyers had paid from) a quarter to half cent more on' every bale than the adjacent towns. In a number of inatan-, ces the past week 22 cents was paid here for cotton while 21- 1-2 was the highest paid in any other of the nea rby towns. We feel sure that this record is go- ing to be maintained through I the enti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS .FRIDAY SEPT. I, 1922. L j XI f,«., They are GOOD! A Runaway Ship LIVESTOCK PREMIUMS LARGEST ON l&GRD 111 Popular Mtx-huuic*. JL ML JL Stones are fnot wanting ol locomotives with no one aooara suddenly going into action ana dashing off down the line, to the consternation of trainmen and dispatchers an! danger of collision with other trains. Ma chinery also will stop or start at times without human inter vention. Derelicks at sea frequen tly accomplish voyages thous- ands of miles before they are noticed, sought out and sunk. It is impossible to convince the old salt water seamen that ships: do not possess certain myster-J ious powers of action which captain and crew have no con- trol, A curious instance of this kind happened recently in the Boston Harbor. The shipping board steamer, the "Wakanna," hiwt been condemned to end her days by being taken to a lonesome beach far from the busy lanes of vessels, and burned. She had been for some time securely an- cho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

nw PRiZf m X % * lltr the Std is to tract prid :o be pu 93.82. Th worth c e coun^ ens of th tzette 1 I iiiiimiilii ■ 'Mi* • ' * i* * ,• yWNBBORO WBBKLT NKWa.PRIDAY KEPT. 1, Ml Our books are now closed ior this season, and we are bidders for the cash trade. As a business proposi- tion, you buy where you can get the best goods for the least money. The next time you come to town give us a trial, for the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. If courteous treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you come to see us. Every day will be "Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store.. ■4 Yours for a good crop Campbell's Big Five "Everything" mm,;;. flMtit Ak Life's Uncertainty What will become of you when you can no longer worK Ifor a living—and what will become of your loved ones if |«you were taken ill or die? The only thing certain in life is its uncertainty. You can not after this- you can provide against it. A savings ; c- count at the Furs National ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

winnbooro weekly news kriday sept, i, itat 1 ; i I w i i 1 ."'J Iss f 1 Silvertown "best in the long run* A Genuine SILVERTOWN Cord—30 x PA for $13.50 The same materials, construction and workmanship as in all other sizes of Silvertowns. The same high quality, long wear, long service and complete de- pendability guaranteed by the GOODRICH one- quality standard. Your tire dealet will supply you today and save you money. Th« Silvertown 30 x JK. For th* Ford, Maxwell, Chevrolet, Willy* Overland and other light can. THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY, Akron. Ohio RS 1~ ABLISH13D 1870 for AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, TRUCKS Candidates • e e e * * • « Democratic Non inees Governor i'iiji. Naff Jcuuj judge' H. V. Puckett Jounty Attorney Waller Russell Jhvi.t' A. H. Jolley Jounty Treasurer Mrs. Lovie Searcy Jouaty Supt. Instruction J. U. Seai-cy ;u3tice of the Peace, Prect 4. N. E. Seay Oottcn Weigher, Winnsboru Ellis Brown Commissioner, Prect 4 M. A. Richburg Run-Off Candidates Tax C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

W1HNSB0R0 WEEKLY W«Wg .FRIDAY SEPT. 1, IW2 I ** J "O.B. DETROIT Never before has there been produced, at so low a price, a car so service- able, so trustworthy and so economical of mainte- nance as the Ford Touring Car. Millions of owners say so. Buy your Ford today. Terms if desired. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsborc Henry Ford Closes Down Automobile Manufacturing Plant Detroit. Mich., Aug. 26— Hen ry Ford today made one of the Birugetic movements that have come to be associated with hia career as a manufacturer. Wish- ing to deliver a body blow both at the steel trust and the coal profiteers, he announced that on Sept. the 16, all of his plants would close down. This will throw out of work 80,000 men in Detroit and more than 2,00o,- 000 in other industr.es that fur- nish him with supplies. More than 000 telegrams were sent out today by Ford notify- ing the concerns that have been furnishing him with raw and partly manufactured materials to cease their shipments. The steel trust as it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY SEPTVl^jW Em f m. * ^ Tnakutq/Mdqftii&L !,';pi#kins It h o S ( ri "t' . • luimiiilim *i'i^ .) 'whwmvijn 6^1- r Ullll IV* m LONGVIEW SUCPHUW SPPlfVGS WINNSBORO URANT /fieicfiattdcdc WcowvIeRCE The combined stocks of the great chain Of PERKINS STORES throughout TEXAS and OKLAHOMA and the recent FALL PURCHASES made by the buyers of this organization added together represents an investmnt of ovr $1,000,000. Ovr one miUiom dollars worth of merchandise bought for TEXAS and OK LA HOMA people by buyefs who are members of the PERKINS organization have, through their long years of experience, become thoroughly efficient in the sMect'on of that kind of merchandise TEXAS and OK- LAHOMA people need and want. This fact coupled w. h the tremendous buying power of the great PER- KINS organization are the supreme factors that govern the SERVICE RENDERING ability of this great organization which stands out pre-eminently the world of retail business, and supplies the D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

■m+ ream Station Moved toger Bros, have moved their cream station from Gist Ignis to L. L. Dodgen'a Grocery Store, with Fred Kelly |Blna(rer. We thank you for your patronage in the past , wiH appreciate a continuance of same, Will buy cream .Wednesdays and Saturdays, paying the highest market Fred Kelly, Local Mgr., for Metzger Bros., Dallas NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The State of Texas, County of Wood. By virtue of authority vested WlNNsnoRQ WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY SEPT. 1, 1922. Like Another Pompeii Discovery of an archaic pyr- amid buried thousands of years'in me as substitute trustee reu ago beneath volcanic ash in the! ularly substituted in the place of CrTv nuBh °°h ' ne"Me*c°: Andrew Kingkade, ruJed anfl Anf; P ve\ Uman H,8t0ry in> appointed as trustee in a certain Ameiica back many centuries ■ (u«,d of trust executed b c , and indicates what the early pop uid C. I. Nixon, on the fi«t day ulations of this land began the of October, 1919, recorded in mastery the material universe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 September 1922

$1 II i BOARD DECLINES iTO SAY WHAT 18 A LIVING WAGE Chicago, Aug. 29.—The", tail- road labor board today denieo the motion of W. Jett Lauck, labor statistion, that the board immediately define the princi- ple of a "living wage" in the case of the maintenance of Way Employes who are seeking in- creased minimum rates per duy. At the requ?st of E. F. Grable president of maintenance Or- ganization, the hearing then was adjourned until tomorrow morning. Mr. Grable, of the union an- nounced that he was telegraph- ing President Harding and Sen- ator Cumings today asking them to present to congress an amendment to the tiansporia- tion act which would make it nianditory on the labor boar' to "enunciate the principle of a living wage." 'l.u b.-nrd"ll its ruling on I .uck\s ivctuest declared Jt could not g.) beyond the trans portation act which prescribed the establishment of "just and reasonable wages". Argument ot the maintenence of way organization waa based throughout on minimum scale of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

H | J L § * r ' , • ■■ < .. ; }§4y 'Sf-f '„ ."Tfi ; ' "!* <>M . t< 1 < lrm> WD ly iuw$buro ■■ ." i. '.L.. XIII — NO. 52. . )ver 1250 Bales Cotton Received Up to Thursday WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY Friday. Sept 8th. i. Y. P. U. Programme gone 12u0 bales have l)eeri re- ceived and weighed by the two Indications already point to the tact that Winnsboro is go- ing to lead her sister towns n cotton reciepts this fail. With Sunday, September 10, at 7 one week ol the cotton season Leader, Miss Jewel White. Subject: Bible study, I Cor 15. yards. Ihe cause of these tyjlen- 1 Why Paul wfble this chap- ,11(' WMipti is the pr.ee <>nj- L'Mis* Piudanoe Hornbuckle. Du^er8 liave to*®# Paying. Not l The place which the resur- !!!!!"!. /?alt ^OZt'" Ianriers ",oW MaS SdTiTr r>SS I" deniable proof that ' hrist J*" j*' "f «*« ' ' ? Christ's resurrection and ^'ton^imT'7tS!, "I",'."";,""" hh- ; I I.I1 I CSHfl'CCt Oil. Miaft .. ..... )h , " " It u , -Iffird yeflr thl s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS Friday, Sept. 8th. f cigarette They are GOODI Wionsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 11.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879 Advertising rates made knowii on application. BLUE WHISTLES The man who calls out in the morning that he it getting up when he isn't simply lies in bed. When you see a banana THE DEMON DRIVER He asked me to ride, And he opened the door Of his roadster full wide. Bnt I'd ridden before peel resting on the sidewalk and ° . a fat mun approachng it, the,^1^1 i ^!\l, r 1 indicationrf point to an early fall * thought of my no Some people marry because it is contageous. Others because they can't work in single harness But the most marry because they fall in love and can't fall out. Don't croak. Leave that to the frogs and stagnant pools. A few croakers though are necessary to every community to measure the rate of progress at which liv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

\ J WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS Friday, Sept. 8lh. SOTTO AND SELL YOU YOUR GOODS MEfcT ANYBODY'S PRICES Trade with the crowd that trades with you. See us Before You Buy or Sell Campbell's Big Five "Everything" I > I 'I' I - A Checking Account [ve you a checking account at the First National Bank? 5you a person of some moans—a business man—a clerk? i have all kinds of trouble keeping your accounts straight on'tyou? Lots of able men are not skilled in keeping ac- nts.. If you deposit your money as it conies to hand and rbills by check you will find many of your present trou- i vanish. Our bookkeepers look after this matter for you fou know at any time exact'y what has been banked hero actly what has ben drawn out. We give you a state- !at any time. It costs you nothing to carry a Checking count here. 'irst National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Local News Car load of shingles just ar- rivd. B. B. White. Christ an Church Sunday School at 10 a. m. 0. Marvin Thomas is in 'fer- Roger Carlock, superi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

' . . I ■ - WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBW* Friday, Sept. 9th. IH ' ■ ' ■ Are You A Subscriber to "The News''? THE CAUSE ' H 1 1{: MM $ m J ii 1 i If:' ! ill' f I ■ If The beat moderate priced healthful baking powder obtainable C/w it—and9000! Contain* No Alum Dr. Prlee'a Phosphate Baking Powdar makaa light, dalicious biscuits, cakes, muffins, ate., that will give a zest to any appetite. It insures wholesome- ^PRX<$* Powder can 12 neea also and never leaves a bitter taste. Ask your grocer If he haa any cans left of Dr. Prtce'a at the special sale price Ounce* i^cantly offered. only 25c Send for the "New Dr. Price Cook Book."/*'• Free. Price Baking Powder Factory 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago " Service Garasre Where you can get individual service at the cheapest possible prices on automobile work, battery repairing, welding, and soldering. 0 In fact anything in the auto line. M. L. McCalman Fred Nabors Roy Boyd North of "Quick Fill" Station Telephone 221 J gentle mont you wtll eee so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

WTNNgBORQ WEEKLY NEWS FrhUy. g^t. 8|h. Huit* It8|| PI Hrtrarln j instance in that of Alexander M ■- £1 Dorado wh„ wept biiu.iy TRACTOR AND MA- j^brct Louis /Stevenson) had no more worlds to subdue. I - - I And when Gibbon had finished: jhed May 11. 1«78. in the "Decline and Fall/- he h3 a newly founded week- only a few moments of joy; and er ■er ile: mm under the editorship ILt of Mr. Glasgow Brown later Mr. Henly, both j of Stevenson. In 1881 the Wgs reprinted in Vrginl- Puersque. El Dorado was Jnann oi a mythical country ffahulous wealth, long suppos- to ex st in northern South Mica This phrase is S. a - ■3" means "The Golden." In stems as if a great deai attainable in a wor.d there are so many mar- ami decisive battles, and we a I, at certain hours [the day. nad with great gust.v i despatch, stow a portion of jtoals fin ally and irretrieva- r into the bag which contains And it would seem also, on ["hasty view, that the attain- nt of as much as possible the one goal of man's con- ...

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