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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 July 1913

r ---- EXCURSIONS Account Itonsovelt County Rummer Teachers Institute Por tales, N. M. July 21 to Augtfi. 10151. Tickets on sale July 19th to Aug. 4th inclusive. Return limit Aug 17. Round trip fare $1.05. , 7T7,-.- , Sumlner Tourist Tickets on pale June 1st to Sept 30, 1913. to almost all points in United States, Canada or Mexico. Full particulars given at Station,. For full particulars see the agent. M J. Johnson. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. Dr. H. L. Fiscus. Physician d iSurjccn, and 9rep, f She Vienna Brugslcre. ffure, Jresk S)rugs & "Chemicals. ll hinds Patent Sskdkines A tftcek Rem edies, diathnerii. Rubber ecds and Siilet Articles, s Pienna, - - - Jf.l DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. ' Office iii Rarhon Block roswell, n. m. 8 Phon. No 13 Q A. We want the name of every. young man who is ambitious to and we want to hear from ev ery business man who wishes tbat he knew BUSINESS LAW. Writ today and Ht as toll yon Iiotc wa bT saade lawyora at at huadrads al yoanf aim )...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 July 1913

fc HEAT OVERCOMES GETTYSBURG VETERAN I r3 r - - 4 )H I ll J j ! i i A -pitiful sight indeed la this, of a member of the G. A. R. who came un scathed through the three days' fighting of the greatest battle of the Civil war, overcome by the heat at the reunion of Gettysburg survivors, and being led off the field to medical aid by a couple of young guardsmen. WITH BLUE AND GRAY AT GETTYSBURG Many were the stories told and In numerable were the Incidents, both pathetic and humorous, which marked the great reunion of the Union and Confederate veterans on the Gettys burg battlefield. Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the most stub bornly contested battle of the Civil war, fragments of the hosts which faced each other In that conflict gath ered to renew old acquaintances and to recount the deeds of other days. Here Is a story which was told by A, T. Dice, vice-president of the Read ing railway: ' Once upon a time there were a vet eran In gray and a veteran In blue. They came to Get...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 July 1913

WATER CONTENTS OF PLANTS Clay Soils Hold More Moisture Than Good Loams, but They Give 40 Per Cent. Less. An acre of water equals 115 tons. Beans use 260 tons of water; peas use 447 tons; corn, 272 tons; clover. 453 tons; oats, B57 tone; mljlet, 416 tons; buckwheat, 664 tons. Millet and buckwheat are often planted during summer drouths and succeed, but the above will show that it is their ability to go after water that causes them to grow not small water consumption, as in the case wltH corn, which uses but 272 tons of water. Clay soils hold a great deal more water than good loams, but they will give up less about 40 per cent., as against 92 pet centwith sandy loams. Sand and gravel will give up water, but it escapes by' gravitation down ward and it cannot rise by capilarlty. as in a clay soil. It will be seen from the above how much consideration must be given to other factors than rainfall, and why some in regions of heavy precipitation are always bucking drouth on account of soil ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 July 1913

WHICH MANAGER GOT "STUNG" ON DEALS GOAL IN HEW MEXICO NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF Ed Delehanty Had "Jinx" Clarke Griffith. on PRODUCTION IN 1912 INCREA3E3 HALF MILLION DOLLARS. .ij WAS NATURAL HITTER Manager of Washington Ctub Talla Stories of Heavy Hitting by "Del" , and Fast Running by Clar J ence Beaumont. (By CLARKE! GRIFFITH.) Big Ed Delehanty always had some thing on me aa a batter, and 1 can't recall any hitter of past or present times who com pared with him in thla depart ment of the game. Though the big fellow la gone, his memory will al ways live with the fans, who Invari ably aaw ' some real ruction when ever "Del" lugged his warclub to the plate. The rea son for his ability to hammer my slow (ball to all corners of the lot was the (fact that he was an expert at mauling It hat style of pitching and a change of delivery never aeemed to throw him pff his stride. Perhapa the greatest exhibition of heavy and far-away wal loping ever witnessed was done in a Igame played during the sea...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

THE KENNA RECORD. 7 4 VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1913. NO. 22. : V 1 GRACE W H The Whole Village Knew They Were in Love When They Married. By MAUDE J. PERKINS. That Henry -Walters and Grace Brown were in love wltb each other when they married there could be no Bort of doubt. The whole village of Davisburg would have sworn to it "Why, I saw 'em hold hands over an hour, and they did not let go once to scratch their noses, though I know they Itched." said little Mrs. Watkins. "And right with me looking on," added Mrs. Flint, "he told her that it she caught the mumps and died he'd commit suicide!" No, there could "be no question of their loving, and it seemed a safe thing to predict a happy future for them. Henry was a carpenter, earn ing good wages, and though Orace knew little about housework, she was ambitious to learn. What brought the clouds after a few few months? Isn't it odd that loverB have no philosophy about them? They do not look for any chang...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. 8avage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : : I NEW MEXICO It keeps the average man hustling to chanrfo clothes as often as the weather. First thing we know, some fashion designer will be creating a silt bath ing suit. At last the automobile with the cow catcher hns come. It was only a ques tion of time. A damage suit may not be a cheap suit, but It is nearly always due for a little shrinkage. Some men can hardly wait for pay day to come around. Other men are Indifferent. Married. Become not alarmed over your af flictions, for most of them pass quick ly, notably, the cubist art. In Indianapolis a split skirt tied up traffic. It might be well If some one would tie up the split skirt. Did you ever observe that the man who does things hce no "Do It Now" sign posted up near his desk? A market report says that cheese la at a standstill. Out most connois seurs of cheese don't like it that way. What a nice feature act for vaude ville would the perfect babies of the six leading c...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

T777 bv FREDERIC AUTHOR Or'lnC TROLLER-UMDfK TTflT j ILLD5TRi4TIONS BY ftAy XOATS COPVRWKT l0 BY Tlir BOBW -MTKRIU. CO. SYNOPSIS. . Comtesae Ellse, daughter. of the (govern or of the Mount, tie chance encounter with a peasant boy. The "Mount," a iimall rock-bound Island, itood In vast bay on the northwestern coaat of France, and during the time of Ixmla XVI. wai a gov ernment stronghold. Develops that the peasant boy was the son of Seigneur De saurac, nobleman. Young Desaurac deter mines to secure an education and become a gentleman; sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Paris. Lady Ellse returns after seven years' schooling;, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladyship dances with strange fisherman, and a call to arms Is made In an effort to capture a mysterious Le Seigneur Nolr. Me escapes. Ijdy Ellse Is caught In the "Grand" tide. The Black Seigneur rescues and takes per to his retreat. Ellse discovers that her savior won the boy with the flah. Banches, the Seigneur's servant, l...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

The Kenna Record D. C SAVAGE Mitor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Knlcml l-'ilwiary Stli 1V07 r thf K.tMia, New Mexico, Post OflW, IM tecpncl Class Mail Maticr. ... Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Artvertiselntr rntos nuule known on npplirntlon LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Legal Blanks prints anl for sale bv theKemn Record. 1J. I?. Reagan cf Boaz was in town Saturday. Ladies ITats at one half price Come quick. T.T.Bell. BoVlo Walker cainrt up from Roswell Monday. Joe Hood lost a fine English Coach horse this week. V. L. L. Parker of Boaz "was in (own Saturday on business. Oscar Roberson or.d M. R. "Weft wei-3 in Eiida Monday on business. Frank Good lias just installed a pump ai:d' windmill on the place lafclv purchased of Mrs. J. B. West. Little Op.'il Fiscus has heen tjiiite sick Ibis week, but we are jjad to learn that she is now much better. Miss Mabel (iladden of New !Vit,. Texas came in Sunday to visit her sislt r Mrs. 0. II. Wear and brother Frank E. Gladden. , Mrs C. 11. Puti'am an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

r "''.. ' USEE Frets, Ktllbt. Purl Suarantgtd to Pltatt Evrty Oarilener nd Planter rtiouM tent th ntr1oT merltsof Our Kortlmrn Grown Neeaa. I 0i SPECIAL OFFER V . FOF 10 CENT3 I 3 wawill v. d post paid our Uums rtMAiis rni I rr.Tirtru I AO n, Tnm.i S0 1 phg. Fri... .lh. f 1U I p.. HtlMlttmln. IVIcrT . 1 fthff. Kurly irmr-hnd rtbnf I pis. Palt.rUa Market 1ttm . . lit tint 11 WIMU. Ck..U llmr . IM ion Writ fcn1ir I Snd 10 Mb ti tt.lp rr p4r nd pAcklnff, """l lv kIniv Wkitiout Collection," to ttlft Willi ,W and ln.lructlv (U-den Uuld. 4 HRKAT MUUTllERN RKKI) CO. )U It.mo St. Hock ford. Illinois EXCURSIONS "Account Roosevelt County Summer Teachers Institute Por tales, N. M. July 21 to Aug. 16. 1913'. ' Tickets on sale July l!)tli to Aug, 4th inclusive. lMtirn limit Aug 17. Round trip fare $1 .95. Summer Tourist Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept 30, 1913. to almost all points in United States, Canada or Mexico. Full particulars given at Station. For full particulars see the agent. M.J.Joh...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

Matrimonial bonds are taxable, but not negotiable. Yes, Cordelia, the artist's favorite color Is long green. Mrs.Wlnslow'a Boothltif Byrap for CMldraa Mcthlny, aorMBt tb (rnm, redurcs tnflmm JM,llrt pln,cnr wind aollo&o a botU4r Some people are almost as stuck up fcs thottgh they had been tarred and feeAhered. "it Can't be Done" It. Is Impossible to maintain health and strength if you allow the stomach to become weak, the liver sluggish and the bowels constipated, but you can guard against such troubles by the dally use of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH DITTERS True greatness Is possessed only by the man who deserves the good opin ion he has tit himself. Explained. "The maid said you were out, yet I saw you at an upstairs window." "She meant I was out of sorts." - Naturally 60. , "Is JlmBon's role in the play, of a butcher, a good one?" "Net much; only a-feeder." Bicycles Popular In France. ' From statistics for 1912, prepared by the Cycle and Automobile Manufac turers' association of Fran...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

USE FOR THE HARROW Important Implement In Prevent ing Escape of Moisture. Soma Authorities Claim When Surface la 8mooth It Does. Net Hold Snow as Well aa When Left Rough j Other Facta. (By PROF. THOMAS SHAW.) It would aeem correct to Bay that no Implement ia so patent to prevent the acape of moisture from the soil as the barrow. The ways in which It may be used to effect this end are fa any. These Include the harrowing of 'sum mer fallow land, autumn plowed land, land that Is plowed late In the spring for Immediate sowing and land that has been sown to grain both autumn and spring. Summer fallowed land should be first compressed as soon as It Is plowed. It Is then at once harrowed when the management Is .what Is should be. The harrowing makes a dust mulch. This mulch of fine earth dries out to the extent of one or two Inches. When moisture ascends from below, as it always does,, on the prin ciple of capllarlty. It cannot pass this dust mulch. But when rain falls In sufficient quanti...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 July 1913

CLEVER BACKSTOP WITH BOSTON RED SOX MINES IMjlEV MEXICO FIGURES ON PRODUCTION SHOW8 1912 PROSPEROUS YEAR. NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF Whitesox Southpaw Tells Story of Tiger Game. 'DOC WHITE'S HOODOO y . f I-' " 'Uf fe&rffr Grvss Thrilling Idea of Humiliating Bumping He Received at Hand of Twin Jinxes, Meurt. Tyrus Cobb and 8am Crawford. (Br "DOC" WHITE. Southpaw Twlrter of White Box.) Remember that game of June 18, 1911, at Detroit between the White Box ana Tigers i Well, If perchance you can't place the particular oc casion, I'll offer tome enlighten ment, for to my way of thinking It was the wildest, most exciting ex hibition of free and far-away wal loping I ever wit nessed. And worse, luck, I bap sened to be right there when the base hits were thick est Just by way of refreshing your memory, I'll state that the score end ed 16 to 15 in favor of the Tigers. When you also pause to consider that the White Sox went Into the last half of the fifth Inning with a lop-sided ad vantage, lead...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

a THE KENNA n t it '3 n VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913. NO. 23. RECORD t i : I I- 1 5. .if r i 1 .4 - V. HUNTING- THE HEIR She Was Located and the Set ting Proved a Fine Opening for a Hero. By BRYANT C. ROGERS. (Copyright, Ml. by the McClure News paper Syndicate.) In the pioneer days of a certain west ern state a man named Joslah Flint took up eighty acres of land. Thou sands of other men took up land In the same state, but there was no par ticular occasion that the act of so do ing should pass Into history. Joslah Flint could have taken up for est or prairie land acres that would double in value In a year, but harassed them all by and selected the. worst spot In four counties. A portion of It ..as a hill and the remainder a marsh. There wasn't even a decent site for a cabin on the entire claim.; Joslah might raise huckleberries on his marsh and blackberries on his hill, but men said he could hope for nothing better. If he had any explanations as to ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. 8avsge, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : : I NEW MEXICO However, the girl scout seems to be quite Inevitable. t As a last resort for fads women are Bow making their own shoes. Old fashioned people like to think about the days before the tango. Whenever women make up their minds to wear trousers they will. The elevator man who Inherited 1100,000 probably is having his "ups now. It you do your Christmas shopping bow, you win avoid some of the rush tater on. Cuke Ludwlg of Bavaria tias tired of his morganatic wife. He is eighty-two and fussy. Occasionally you will Ond a good clt isen who doesn't take much interest In baseball. TM surest way of enjoying summer resorts is to stay at home and read about them. The way to avoid a split Infinitive is to write it the way you don't think it ought to go. The shopgirl has one advantage ever the housewife. She gta a vaca tion, anyhow. The cruel critic of the new-fledged -college graduate is seldom able to five him a Job. It Is hard ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

bv FREDERIC S. ISMAM 6 - 7 AUTHOR OF "THE STR0LLER5" "UNDER WfdXCUL ILLUSTRATIONS BY fX WA-tfsHS nAnhiuv iAso Tur bad e vm. a COPWJCHT 1308 BY THf CQSaj -J?RI1.L CO. 15 SYNOPSIS. Comtesse Ellse, daughter of the govern or.Ai? e Mount, has chance encounter with a peasant boy. The "Mount," a small rock-bound Island, stood In vast bay on the northwestern coast of France, and during the time of Louis XVI. was a gov ernment stronghold. Develops that the peasant boy was the son of Seigneur De saurac, nobleman. Young Dentin run deter mines to secure an education and become a gentleman: sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Paris. Lady Ellse returns arter seven years' schooling, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladvshlp dances with strange fisherman, and a call to arms Is made In an effort to capture a myJteUous 1,8 "elgneur Nolr. He escapes. dyEllse Is caught In the "Grand" tide. J lie Black Seigneur rescues and takes her to his retreat. Ellse discovers that her savior was the boy with t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

The Ken n a Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Felmary Stl 1907 at the Krnna, New Mexw'n, I'ost Office, as second Class M:i!l Matter. ... Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Advert iselnir rnte mndeknown on application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Legal Blanks printed and for sale by the Kemvi Record. II. F. Jones of Amanita, Tex. is visiting his grandfather John F. Jones of this place this week. J. A. Newburn of Texico is in the community 'this week visit ing his brother-in-law, Mose Hill. There is still a few 6hoes and hatu loft at I Tv Bell's Store that hw is tlifclng ouC al cott and below, also a few coats and vests traveling the same road. You had better go by and look them over before they arc all gone. advi Jeff I), White&nd Dirjk llaper, who wwe accused of placing poison on the ranch of J. W. Sexton, about 17 miles north west of here, were given a trial before Judge Dabbs of Roswell on Wednesday the wra ana were bound over to the action of the grand ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

I j ? SEEDS' 1. Fteth, It (liable. Pur Cuaranlaed to Plot -Wi fljj!' Planter (liouitlteW the j, 'Y r; aunerlnf merit of Our V" Northern Grown Bd. f -Cvu special orrm V ' .1 FOf 10 CENTS I ,.: y vill ' d polinll our k - FAMOL" COLLECTION I fit. n; 1 . . . KM I alg. PlnfM IIMlKIl , . lu 1ktf. BrlMlmuInt Celery ...(" l. Karl? arraw-h.aa: faMl , . . 1 I pkr. Vwtl.rn, Mark.t UttBM . In Aim IS YwUtU. CaaUa t lewar Seae . . tt (1 00 rll nlayl Sand 10 Mntt to nan y a And parking tiil racaire thaebi.ve 'Thmu Col lac Won," to thtr w 11 h rnir Naw in Inrtrurtire dardan tialdo, l UIIKAT NOUTlltRN ftKKD CO. HOI IlaH St. Itookfoni, IUIrioU EXCURSIONS Account Roosevelt County Summer Teachers Institute Por tales, N. M. July 21. to Aug. 16. 1913. Tickets on sale July 19th to Aug. 4th inclusive. " Return limit Aug. 17, Round trip fare ll.Bo. ' Summer Tourist Tickets on eale June 1st to Sept 30, 1913.. . to almost all ' points in- United States, Canada or Mexico. Full particulars given at Station. For...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

Prosperous Denmark. One-fifth or the 2,G0O,0O0 population f( Denmark- live in Copenhagen. There are no other cities of Impor tance, the next largest being Aarhus, with 50,000 Inhabitants. The Islands forming about one-third of the total area of the kingdom are fruitful and prosperous. Thrift Is encouraged by the agricultural banks, and loans are made by the government, and facili ties given to farm laborers who desire to acquire land. It Is estimated that, as regards etiual distribution of wealth, Denmark is the richest coun try In Europe. It produces great quan tities of butter for export and abounds In co-operative creameries, egg circles and slaughter houses all produots be ing characterized by their excellence. The future of Denmark Is said to bs threatened by Germany, the theory being held that, geographically, Den mark la necessary to complete that empire and give to it the required ac cess to the ocean. Chose to Be a Methodist Once Mors. The small daughter of a family who had...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

0 C PRAISE FOR PAflfti POLICY PROMINENT SENATORS ENDOR8E PLAN FOR NICARAGUAN PROTECTORATE." SUPPORTED BY BOTH PARTIES Look For European Power to Become Aroused Idea to Extend Move to Other Nations In Canal Zona May Meet Opposition. Ill SUCH PAW WOMAN TORE HER CLOTHES Testifie She Wa Restored to Health by Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable . Compound. Ml. N. Y.. "Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound baa cer- I tainiy aone me ios I of good. I first heard of It when i was a girl and I always said that ill ever name male trouble I would take it "I suffered from organic inflamma tion and would have spells when I would be in such pain that I would tear my clothes. One day my husband got the ..uuv. in wVint. the matter was margin of votes, an come Into the xxtihej could not help me. My first senate with the backing of influen- yt was f0P Lydia E. Pinkham's tlal members of both political par- yegetabl e Compound and I sent my bus ties. hnnA ont for it and took it until I was en- It became known d...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 July 1913

MAKES CANAL SAFE PROTECTORATE OVER NICARAGUA BY UNITED 8TATE3 PROPOSED BY SECRETARY BRYAN. ANA STATE IS WILLING Plan Is to Prevent Foreign Nation From Getting a Foothold In Neighborhood of the Pan ama Canal. Washington, D. C. A new policy to wards Nicaragua Involving the virtual control of the nffairsxof that repub lic by a United States protectorate similar to that now exercised over Cuba was outlined by Secretary Bryan at a private conference with members of the senate foreign relations com mittee. Mr. Aryan's proposal, comln as a complete surprise to most of the mem bers of the committee, has been taken by many senators as tho first prd nouncement of a general policy on the part of tho administration to extend American control over the countries surrounding the Panama Canal, and to assure the stability of Central Amer ican republics and the dominion by the United States of their relations with other great powers. Secretary Bryan went before the committee with a revised draft of t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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