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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

t I a Y LvV 1 T Yf ryilfh + r r Last Edition y r b f > i fff > Jv ii h > J c 9n t j fe rts k ttl F J i qeotl t r + a u + er H THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 1 NO 123 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY MARCH 6 1909 I 12 CENTS A GOBY II CENTS A WEEK COUNCIL APPOINTS COMMITTEE tT TO CONSIDER CITY HALL QUESTION l Arrangements To Be Made Immediately To Oil The Streets Early In The Suinmer CIaims Are Ordered Paid The regular monthly meeting of I the city Council was 11CldI Friday night Mayor Hughes presiding and all councilmen were present Very little other than the transaction of tha regiilar business was done Tlfe matter of purchasing the Cbuttf viev Hotel property as a site fol 87 city hall building was brought up bolero the Council and apparently met with their approval although nothing definite was said or done fMayor Hughes appointed committee composed of the following council men to look over the situation and see on what terms the city could parclmase it audio report back at the next regula...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

fl It lit 7 t x r C 01 I Pale lwe = THE WINCHESTER NEWS A < DlECTOR DlECTORI J Kenflcky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 Tte area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the d v l op ent of our resources > for many > years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the Demand has in creased Itwould seem that kind jprpvidence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until a time When they are most needed by the Country Our supply > f timber is limited but there is I nough to last for many years to ome 4 We have a coal area of over fifteen I thousand square miles Other min orals await developme...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

of 1 1 1 7 JY 1 < k > Jk N S ir < < i pl = > J 4 tU rIc iI M Vt h II 44 JI of J f T A tew < f < f I c lI < h 4 + Tr A f A V4l i W 4 M M arIIiI M riwvtf > n > < Ii j i i 1 j t V T l t t 1I1If L e > j ez o L L 1JI8mJn toBY 1 oW Sylvanus Crabb Escaped ITarred and Feathered IPENT OF THE LATE PANIC f rt I Msri p Always Had RunDown the S l His Waterloo When His 1 s Determined to Save the I j and vAlso EnJoyaJokeI B Crabb was the town scold d f le He was a natle of the i ple rbiipo ganger to whom he I talked ever would have suspected the I fact Sylvanys ngver missed a clmnce I to apuQ Coryville and everybody and everything InGoryvllle 41I sir Mr Crabb would remark transferring his quid of plug tobacco from the right to the left side of his fitC for the4unk heap Why Iye lived here man and bOY for fortynine years and the towns been goin down eydr since I can recollect Yes sir CoiI1s a mighty pore town to live liveT T In but8pme of us cant get put The stran...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

7 rw r I It 3 I jT J r S > h i J i 4 Zi p f > J tf z i c c i t A IaqFr i tis c V x SWIWCHEfERNWS aQIJFolII h > iiI oi z iI id 4 w WIWCHEfERNWS P J 4 1 t 1 riJE Wl HOMESTER HEWS Ai > Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street j v Winchester Kentucky l t Dally Exct Suncay wntered as second iass matter vttJtnber 28 1008 at the post office Winchester Kentucky under the 4I f March 3 1879 1 SUBSCRIPTION CRATES p Carrier Delivery iwij onP year 520 l r w at week m 10 Payable at office or to collector eryweek Mall Delivery 81 year 300 A months 150 nt month 25 Payable in advance p ADVERTISING i RATES Display Per Inch mo time any edition 25 Ckree times within one week 50 Jlil week continuously LOU De calendar month I 300 four weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week 80I Four weeks two times aVeek 120 r < 75jTime Time discounts 3 months 10 per 1 sent 6 months 25 per cent one 1 ar 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesP...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

l D I t > > 1ft Ji 1 I t t 0 f 1 < t 1 ft r tt t f < t > fr 7 7t i < i It4 if Jo H ft iiti It t 1 P 4J IIw9 THE WINCHESTER > WS7 I Z TTT PatiFi OCIETYO f SAILORS OF BATTLESHIP FLEET VISITING THE SPHINX j The sailors of the American battleship leet on their remarkable cruise around flip world saw many wonderful sights and many are the stories of S travel In strange lands that these gallant boys will have to tell when they 7 Breach their own firesides This picture shows a few hundred of thorn view muS foot races and had a jolty time generally around the grim old monument tc early civilization PERSONALS 1 Visitiusj M tD Bi Goodwin is visiting hor brother Dr James Jeffries at Ford Mr and Mrs John L Bosley are viisting Mr and Mrs Silas W I Qaii skill of Montgomery county > Mr William McCarney was in Paris Saturday to attend the funeral of his aunt Mr Cecil Parks was in Coving ton last wcok Mr < Slack of Cincinnati was S here last week on business 1 Miss Katheri...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

t l 1f T l 1T T T f 1 b f C e I 4F d 1I S p t q 4 4 i t r I 4e l 4 M i4j J 4 I 0 SU t I lHtSU D TSCHDob Ijiarter for l < 1fl > fon7 k S lUEStl r + o 1 l7i f Jtif tt j Leson < Mts vtt 2O Jc1sryVerss 293lGoIsIen T r v QCommtary Prepared t oj rt Strt Ir j D F M Steijn i 0 t byi4 Ire AioIaT 1 tMdt 4trt JtJS gteat tQrl rld 4 Jin rtrQ 1 Ieaeu tp arise and 1 t i4 t 1p pin d thrfjugh a desert pace Tha Hei t en trpauy Interestcdlk affairs on earth tjjat God Himself cares for my per ignal affairs that He careth for me ql bf1morr If aac or Jacob or Hagar or Samuel or < don or the many others to whom JI k Mat < special messengers or special esg i8 a great truth tto have 1 fraSjp ones soul tits so plainly ijtiited In such passages d ll ChrOn 7 ijl tTrov acHr 8 i 9e1 as Ifiiiii rad Ins6many tqdividual cases f bit to question It is simply unmitigated unbelief Here Is the story of a great man 1M the eyes ot flit world who had charg of all the treasure of the queen of Ethloplif man wh...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

c rt < C J r t Jr 4 f 5 1 t < < t Jf 1 d tswtt < k fvr THE wINCHETEh lawshi t P 31kr c > r I V 1 if V nr rffi 1 AX Y1 lLVs til1 1 L The walking costume illustrated js bbth useful and smart X The skirt Is 4 qula plaln and is cut a comfortable walking length greatikdvantage in 4 the oat Is that it is high in tho neck and fastens Over at the left side in a poia > nlne small buttons put closely together rm the fastening The en tire pat is tightfitting a fur necklet adds a finish Hat of soft felt trimmed withelvet and Quills Materials required 8 yards cloth 48 inches wide 19 butts 6 yards coat lining tfie simple but effective blouse is composed of lace and spotted net For the yke and collar the net is tucked horizontally and is edged with lace medallions which are also taken In rows down the front bf blous then net F Is finiiy tucked In between them Three frills of lace form the sleeves Ma terial f required 11E yard net 42 inches wide 2 yards of medallions G yards w r 4...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 March 1909

t i is t G t r J w ic < > J < > < I i < < L T < 11 ilhw T rlgt ElphL TTHE WINCHEStER MEWS DID NOT AMEND LONGWORTH ACT I Senatelurfls Down Hamilton l < < County Delegatioi t vrup A HARD FIfiBT r Hawkins BUI to Reestablish Dana < Law Advanced on House Calendar Senate Tinkering With Ritter Peni tentiary Measure Not Appreciated by House and It Is Sent to Confer onceWIre Tampering Bill Passed by Lower Branch of Assembly Columbus 0 March 6Senators Ballet Bader and Johnson the Ham II ton county delegation In the upper body of the assembly saw their fa vorite bill go down to defeat It was a proposed amendment to the Long worth law establishing bond limits for cities It raised the limit up to which bonds may be seed without an election from 4 to 6 per cent and was intended to permit Cincinnati to eliminate some dangerous grade crosings to build a new house of reJs uge and hospital to establish parks and reconstruct an antiquated sewer system which has outlive...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

r ji 7 r u7 r t Edition t J ti IJ 1 + ll l s b L = c f5 j f < < f i t iIF t C k sy I S c THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 1 NO 124 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY MARCH 8 1909 2 CENTS A COPT II CENTS A WEEK r 11 i NERD GIf U0F W 0 w r A < 10 MEET HERE TUESDAY > t uslpond BiAnial Meeting Of Woodmen Of World To Meet At Court I i i House Wooilinen Circle The Ladies Auxiliary Will Also Meet y the second biannual meeting of f Head Campof the order of the Wood men of the World of the Slate of Itcntiicky will convene in this city Tuesday morning at thc court house it10 oclock The Woodmen Circle which is the ladies auxiliary of the order will f hold thei annual meeting here at the same time and each incoming train Monday to the citv has borne dele e gates from all parts of the State and by the time the meeting is called to order Tuesday morning there will be fully 300 delegates in attendance The court house has been selected as the place for holding the meetings and the Odd Fellows hall will be use...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

1 i + A r r i < c i k l tr st av1y 2 4 t ii < j r > F < t o j J < tifV l X pa Tv c THE WINCHESTERNEWSt lt J DIRECTORY iRECTORYKentucky r T Kentucky r According tdtlrb last census Ken tuckyhas population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40 > 400 square miles 400 of which is water iThe streams within the State abarule r head in the Southeast and flow in Northwesterly direction thisfdct retarded the con struction of raUroa land the devel opment of our resources for many 0 1 10 yearsl The early Tailrpacte were built from the East and Wont over the more l vel territories ftbrlti of the Ohio River and Soiifh of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased Itwould seem that kind provided cV has held in reserve our almostpiaeihaustibleiitil ities until a tihie wneri they arc most needed by the country Our supply > f timber is limited but there is isL ome < We have a coal area of over fifteen thous...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

f J 1 r L I 4 t THE WINCHESTER J EWS J d a TJ oQooooo1 tine Fleets i r i Return 1j t Incidents of the Welcome GaoaGGQCOGQOGGQGGGQGOQGC KB of the few ONE In cidents In con nection with the re turn ofthe great battleship fleet and Its welcome home at Hampton lloads was the arrival of the Georgia with her former commander Edward S Qual trough restricted to his quartets as TEMMIK M POTTS n result of his court martial and sentence for Intoxication while In the Mediterranean Th of fleer who succeeds tiaptaln Qualtrough In command of this battleship Tcmpllu MorrIS Potts receives n special com pllmeiit In being placed in this post as there were a number at excellent of fi ers of commander rank who might 1 I have l > cen chosen for It He is a na the of the District of Columbia anil e teied the navy In June 1872 He roacheft the grade of commander In 1D04 Captain Potts has seen seven teen 5fears of sea duty and was In the Santlagocanipafgn during the Spanish war He figured in the Sampson Sc...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

r Y I A J Ffi ft J > t = f E < < > < J > 4 > u > itgel J 4 I Tffl W CHEsrEIEWS TIE WINCHESTER MEWS I An independent Newspaper > Published byta I ihs Winchester News Co f Incorporated it Office South Wain Street r Winchester Kentucky I IDaHy Except SuncayR < Y I Entered as sebondclas matter F ilr ember 2Q 1008at the post office 1 Ainchester Kentucky under the > f March 3 1879 j SUBSCRIPTION RATES r 0 f Carrier beliveryf t > JUf yeKr Jl 1 ek f J r vyabhr at office or to collect f week > Mail Delivery year 300 4 uonths i 150 f < non th < 25 c vble in advance L ADVERTISING RATES i t v V DisplayPer Inch ha etime 1 Vree times within one week 50 f 1 f week continuodsly LOn 1 at calendar month 300w jo weeks four times a week 240V f our weeks three times a week 380 ur weeks two times a week 120 f T uurweeksone time a week 75 > Ciime discounts 3 months 10 pei V eat 6 months 25 per cent on i r 33 33 per cent x Reading NoticesPer Line t > 5usin...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

t J i r y J < r < < < ri 1 1 00 j l l J TH WIN tt STftr IWS + f > > wt r L fr 1Jr11M bCIETY iE IT MISS HARRIET BROWN WHO IS TO WED NOTED SOCIETY MAl MISs Harriet Brown who is engaged to T Suffern Taller the New York society man is the daughter of Alexander Brown of Baltimore and Is one of the most beautiful young women in that city Mr Taller Is a brother ot J Lee Taller Mrs Robert Livingston Sirs Henry Burnett and Mrs Sydney Smith His family is one of the oldest in the state of New York and he If a member of all the leading clubs in tie metropolis i = = Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers had a most delightful meeting with Miss Belen Ford on Saturday afternoon These young ladies are taking abroad broad minded view of the world that inaljes for real education At the conclusion of the attrac tive program a delicious and re freshing lunch was served > Those present were MissesJulia Gaitskill Helen Ford Emma Thom son Ada Lee Boone Louise Hag gard Mrytl...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

7 I 4 a 4 j > f I 4 i I 4r 4 PlgiJx TwtrIINCHEtTEtNEWSJ 4 A6t ft ltAfl9AHn L > 4r I HOLLAND TO SEND OVER THE FA MdUSi HFLF MOON L jr l I1d a Facsimile of the Dutch < Boat Which Discovered the Hud MniSIverand Send Her to the i Celebration f 1tc i v J t 1 I lh HUdeoiPuIton celebration at New Tprk cityanext September o cpm jii moite the three fclitidrfedth ahki writf jTOt thsj dlsQpvery of the Hud ppn river In 1809 wI11ihv f ai on of i oft I tfce mIl Moon the vessel la wHich I tfce exiibrer and lilic lrttjp rprty I ria4e the trip from Holland and a facsimile p oi the eierriioiit < the veesej la whlck Rbbeft FultoB made the fir sVsucc stt 7 Design for the Facsimile of the Half 2 Moon i 1 fuV depaenstratipn that it was possible to apply steanj tp navigation The new Half Moon isbeing built In Holland leand York under Its own sails with Dutch battleships actiagr as conveysIs The Huds nFulton celebration 1c mission obtained a very accurate dE J Bcription of I udgpns boat from th...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

1 j ie > > l < p l < Ja et a > t + J w ri1r t = i THE WINCHEsTE1ti NEWS I c K iie sevfil 1if Tlje Home Department t F YOU want to lead a slaves life I start out by singing your baby to sleep every night Maay women do this because they like todo it It is certainly a pretty Icture v to see the young mother c leriiag her first baby to sleep and onee eajC hardly blame her for giving way fir the fascination and charm of these Mile moments when the baby drops tt to sleep to the sound of his mothers soft voice But a life of martyr tom te certain to follow such indttjiloee and when baby grows older fAd is perfectly able to sleep Without accompaniment he refuses to lo q 1iDd demands to be sung to and slkot to and crooned to and some asiketsso interested and excited t he stays awoke just to hear the rand finish of the story And mean while the evening is rapidly passing and any pleasure it held in store is lOllIng Its value Provided a mother is certain her baby Is not sick she s...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

V T S I r I 0 11 1 5S S 4S SSS l 5 I S IS I SS S h jiyYi L il J > 4 L 7 t A if i SH t tf ii < t I > Pi to o s it t K i j r Dan Eiaht I S f Q I S S THE WINCHESTER NEWS UNKNOWN MAN MURDEREDfr fr > Body Found In Field Near i Washington DC S JOBBERY NOT THE MOT1Yin Name of WaIt ij Schultz Appearsse v V on fraveieniCKeck Found In Pock > Z14 co et but Proa1c Resfdence In DoubtC Owing to Conflicting Adrdesses on Cards1a34 Have Been Inaugura S tion Visitor Lured to Lonely SpotJ Killedand Body Dumped Into Field s Washington ilarch SThe body ot a 1 ondressed man partly covered wJrsbr and a ragged wound in the I I lWas found near Alexandria Va Pas 5 i1iort distance from Washington S 35f the S packets of the clothing were travelers check for 300 issued 1 > y the Wells Fargo Express company at S Los Angeles CaL payable 10 Walter S F Schultz a card bearing the sameO name but with an address of 1314 Bpuglas street Sioux City Ia and S another card which bears the namea bf Mrs Alma...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 March 1909

r t < 4 I i 4 j K vs ilL i t L i i < I t I trv i yitt 4 7 > Yi + t A 2 tfT 1 4 banaEtht I THE WINCHESTER NEWS 0 d L If UNKNOWNMAN I IS MURDERED I 2 flI i Body Found la Field Near I t f ashington DC J f vI j ROBBERY NOT THE MOTIVE u r rJ I t 731k i rName on Trayelejr Checfc Found In Pock et but ProisabTe Residence In Doubt > Owing to pnflcting Adrdesses on cardspiay Have Been Inaugura Vtlon Visitor Lured to Lonely Spot I Killed tld Body Dumped Into Fieldt Washington March 8The body of a T Ttfelltdressed man partly covered J iujiHMiw and a ragged wound in the I t Kt T ckSyras found near Alexandria Va Ie short distance from Washington I In the packets of the clothing were travelers check for 300 i55 dby tileWe1J a Fargo Express company at f Los Angeles Gal payable 10 Walter F Schultz a card bearing the same name but with an address of 1314 c Douglas street Sioux City la and another card which bears the name of Mrs Alma Hume Gillette The theory that the man committed suicide...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 March 1909

< Y J ih 1t f i t b > f > 1ft Ypr = C st Edition e Y a l v L J 1 1 lir1h < > t 9r t 1L J ii > 1fl t Js j t 7Y ark C n j j c rr j f > < t > r pj THE WINCHESTER NEWS F > NO 125 WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY MARCH 9 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II ITS A WEEI I SECOND DHL MEETING OF t f HEAD CAMP U W 0 W1 tP fRM Shipp Delivers Address Of Welcome Which Is Received k i With Enthusiastic Applause rThe secjSncl tbiannual meeting of head camp Uof the State of the order 6f Woodmen of the World con vci cdat the court house Tuesday Tniorhinjj at 10 oclock with about 200 delegates in attendance The meet ping was held in the Circuit Court room and the building was filled to its q utmost capacity The meeting ooened with a song by the delegates in attendance which was ode No 1of the order followed by a song by the children of the third grade of the City Schools 1 Prof R M Shipp delivered the ad dress of welcome which is given in full below His remarks were full of wit and humor and wer...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 March 1909

r I 4Ii1L r rrw Y v tr N V 3 p4t wlaleif W pT i td P4i ifSlr a ftr < Ki tA i4 Ij vr N > J HMriir > r > t i L h = h Y sfAt + ariitt w < PaglTw < t I nrHEwuCHESTEflKEPIS i P 1 DIRECTORY Kentucky f According tothe last census Ken t ck has a population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40400 square miles 4QO of which is water The streams Within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly Y Direction j this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the devcl I opment four resources for many years The early railroads were built from fromt the Ea tana went over the more ly Vel territories North of the Ohio i River and South of the Cumberland J v Monntains In those days there was pply a limited demand for coal arid lumber Now that the demand has in i i creased Itwould seem that kind providence has held in i reserve our almost Inexhaustible util ities until a time when they are most peeded by the country Our supply supplyi noughto last for many years t...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 March 1909

9 c i r > < J t 4 ry p 1 tr r t 11 < k J 1 t > > i THE WINCHESTER NEWS rf t I 0 Ily fIKrN H wmm m Mail Order Houses Flood the r CountryWith Advertising CATALOGUES AND JOURNALS In Fighting This Serious Menace Mer chants Must Resort to Publicity and Advertise In the Local PressCon c Necessaryx The most serious problem confront ing the retail merchants of the coun try today and the one that Is giving them the most concern is that of the so called mail order systemthe retail w catalogue house trade This cis an era of combinations jtrustsbOth financial Industrial and commercial But the most menacing tUBt In the world today says Max wells Talisman Is the commercial combination that tends to destroy the retail business of the country Not satisfied with the mercantile field hose commercial trusts are also seek teg to become the financial depositaries lie the rural districts by opening bank departments and as an Inducement to t farmer offering G per cent on de pogiteneretail W...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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