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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

' A MMlMMa fc' WALTON DRY Sale Starts Saturday, April The 22nd BARRETT'S MOS ,-i l t- ! r " U I i f" 'V tf Begins Saturday Morning April 2 Grand stock reduction and cash rasing event. With a full determination to sell; a ing Goods, Notions, Hen's and Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Rea days the best in opr history. We lead in Merchandise Assortment, we lead in pbi 250 pair Ladies low cut Shoes and Pumps, b.utton and lace, tans and blacks, value up to $4.50 while they last at only $1.50 Big assortment odds and ends Chrildrens Oxfords and Pumps Only 5O cents 314 dozen Mens Hats, guaranteed best value on earth at About 100 pair Misses Oxfords, &A to 2, value up to $2.00,"hile they last, Sensational price 75 cents' 4 dozen Mens Hats, value up to about S3. 00, Sensational Price $1.79 v $1.00 Tennis Shoes, 75c, ftl1.25,Sen: 4, !- n-7-" 'sational price while they last at i KT 50c,' 75c,' $1.00 B HEAR ME! All Arangcmcnts have been made to HELP YOU ALONG. Goods marked dow...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

obs COM PANY Sale Will Continue I Irflfril F 44-11 NSATIONAL SALE Notice. COME 4 At 8 O'Clock Sharp Rain or Shine ill fast regardless of cost, loss or value. $30,000 stork nf rw no cu Jlr.. . - Wear all merged into one bio; selling sensation. W an -i .,... ,.. w - -t w wFv.l iu umivc trie ;next TiTteen f value, we lead in knocking the bottom out of prices. ta e -m JIB 1200 yards Bleach Domestic; "INTRO- DUCER," soft, sews yery fine. Retails ' 1214c. with every $5.00 purchase Saturday you Ret 1o yds for 50c About S0O yards Embroideries, value 5c on up to $1.50 thd yard, whiie it lasts take choice at HALF PRICE 51 dozen Huck Towels, 18x36. red bor ders, fast dye. Bouaht on the low market, we will sell until all gone at the sensational priceof Only 9c each 60 dozen Ladies Seamless black Hose. Bought while market was "low,! worth today 12c pair, Sensational Sale prige 8 cents With every $2.50 purchase yon get 10-yardCalico Dress Pattern, standard goods, for only io cents MONDAY ONLY Abo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

H .7' ""U V. " i 1 if f MpPV" " '' ': 'jf ,'" " V. ".r.Xi f i, tK-.' w . ,. i, . i (Ii t- ST ?'' ii'1 lh Substantial Temple M&p Announces lor Senate A. C. BUCHANAN, Candidate For Texas Senate. i To the Voters of the Twenty-Seventh Senatorial Distrist. My Friends: I come to you asking you to support mo for the office of iatate senator jto succeed the Hon. Hugh Harris, resigned. 4 Y1M11 eow tfiof T tinvo lnt mm nlm lint nn a nnrnnei) find 'rJ ', is to servo all of the people of this district. I am not a polit ' 'tjian, as" the people of Bell county know just a plain busi'-c ihan, a stock farmer, and have no private interest or eorpcrr , itlons to serve. I intend to pay my own ciiinpaign-exptn thus having no friends to tavor, no enemies to punish.. ''li.i Agriculture t t, .- .Agriculture aim live stocit are uiu pinivM''" iuu.'sii : .this district. Being a native Texan and twenty-eight yco 'Ball county. I don't hesitate to say that I know every pinv - , My,- rphese very important oc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

Everybody wm glad to m the rain. ' :H Health, of this community is J' very good at this writing. Mr. Adplph Schwertner has. ttaen real sick hut is able to bo out again, which is good news to his many friends. ! , Mrs, Charlie White and child- ren, of near Holland, was visit- ing Mrs. J. J. McCaryer last week. ' The carpenters will soon have . Mr. Hugo Wacker's house com pleted'. Mr. and Mrs. Salia Harper .tyere visiting near Granger Fri- . day and Saturday. ',.' Mr. W. R. Harper and daugh- ter, Nannie, of near Holland, were in Schwertner shopping Monday. Mr Wesley Bishop, of near " Oenaville, was down to see Mrs. Hemple, who has been real sick $ ; but is improving. Miss Beck- man, a trained nurse of Temple, is nursing Mrs. Hemple. ..- Messrs. Rucker, Roberts and , Willie Robertson called on Miss- ( 6s Kate Jeager and Louise Lutz Sunday night. ,, The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strauss is reported to . -i e getting along nicely. 1 rV A gdrage is another new ad- ' ! dition to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

u , Jv ' "TOsv 7, '" ..4i"I Kv WttflB -s . ,.w . W i w i . i' ;; - rv a ' , i ' H, . li S T ' (ViJ C vv .- o j "' ?.&. fM ' 1 k 'f- K & V o The Tribune And News "FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1916. Well, did you clean up yester- . day? The question of the hour: What will be the result of the United States note to Germany?" Let every body be a booster for Bartlett and its enterprises. That is the only way t o make a city out of a town. A. K. Short ot this city, for the last four years superintend- ent of the State Agricultural Ex- periment Station at Midway, est of the city, has been ap- pointed commissioner of agricul- ture for the Ft. Worth & Denver Railway, with headquarters at Wichita Falls. - A. C. Buchanan, a well-known business man and stock farmer of Texas, has announced as n candidate for the State Senate 0 from the Twenty-Seventh Dis- J trict, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator Hugh Harris. A noteworthy decrease in the number of bankruptcies was one o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

Wwr V f , ' ,, fewroaS!??wSBwGSSSSWK sp v1 - s i- 8- C RE SCENT THEATRP V--SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd L AT "The Rattles See These Great War Pictures BEST OF THEM ALL, SIX REELS Of THRILLS & WONDERS -The World's Most Stupendous Photo-Dramatic Success, Showing Actual Bombard- ment of Warsaw. SATURDAY, APRIL 2 a ONE DAY ONLY Admission reduced :$ LOCAL GOSSIP rCG. W, ,Haire of Granger was ":bere Wednesday looking to be in fepod nealth. :"'-v Jersey milk cows, fresh, for ?sale. See C Burleson. I. Messrs. D. K. Leatherman, . Tom Talbot, Tom Fowler and L. , W. Wilhite "tried out" at the Austin dam one day this week, but "no.catch." Jenkines & Son will buy your hogs, cattle and mules, and pay j5you the- highest market price. Don't fail to see them. 4tp Jenkines & Son shipped 91 '". head of hogs to the Houston market this week. y . HaVe you tried one of those careyized 50 pound block of stock . Bait only 50c per block at Law- ' "rence Bros. t ' ' Rev. and Mrs, Bueher of San ,' Antonio ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

Ife ... t M.f Ir lr- j ' m .; . , T" "ii &. S' W m " p . -7 M..,L &-- .- -. w i . r.-; r U ? KVt ' . ry . ( t j w m jv. 'ii v w I'M . &Q' ." V T ,'J. I. ( U I Yi or. '; "JS!Ili'' $ Q" , Sjv Jjrj$& This Light is GocTd for Boys BOYS and girls need the best light you can give them. Their eyes are growing like the rest of their bodies. Do not put children's eyes under strain by bad lighting. Use National Mazada light. It's better. It's brighter. It's three timesas bright as as carbon lamp-light and costs no more. It's the be-t light for reading, study, work or play. May we talk with you about the lightening of your house, store or building. vCeatherman 'Drug Company Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. J. F. Rozelle of near Holland was in town Saturday and re- membered the Tribune, Mr. Herbert Reese of Valley Mills was here Monday on a visit to hfs parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Reese. I have a Poland China male for service at my place five miles east of Bartlett Fee $1. E. A. Limmer. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

fl- ' ':, 0, , ' f f c "3 ' Bartlett Merchants Want Your Business ru v'fi. v & 1V '.. k4 h - . 17 f uiikr- Sherwin-Williams 1 Paints & Varnishes m SERVICE veff JH Bring us a pencil sketch of the house you are going to build or the house you want to do anew and let us show you what service really means. We will furnish you with a drawing in colors showing just how your house or your room will look when completed. You can incorporate your own ideas in this and at the same time have the assistance of highly paid ex- perts in getting the colors to harmonize. You get six color drawings of every room in your house giving you a wide scope of selection. Give us a sketch of a barn, chicken house, hog house, or anything you want to build and we will fur- nish you with a complete set of working plans. We do not consider that our work is done when we sell you the material, but we follow if to the dot and see that you really have what you want. THE FA1RCHILD LUMBER COMPANY PHONE NO. 3 GE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

i""Jj!LuJ!Li' IkJB mufffflitiiiB EBB A' Gersbach-Wacker Co O s You Never Pay More . at This Store -You Frequently Pay Less at This Store v ' i, " s si i - ! Brv n I k I TT ,1 " i u. I -O r-, ..) P ' j -r -, r . V J 1 , (I We Court the Closest Comparison of Styles, Values and Prices Exceptional Values in Attractive Easter Merchandise This Superb Stock Now at It's Very Best Easter Sale of Silks White Goods and Colored Wash fabrics How can we impress the minds of those who have not seen, with the immensity and beauty of our Dress Goods Stock! Word can not tell it, so we again invite you tp call and inspect and admire. We have worked with the fixed conviction that you would appreciate1 such a stock, and in this we have not been mistaken. Come in this week and select your Easter Dress Pattern. Silk Taffeta in plain, fancy stripes, plaids and checks. Priced a yard $1.25 to 1.50 to $1.75 Colored Wash Fabrics Pretty Voiles 36 inches wide on white grounds, every wanted shade in stripes and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

' n - i ' p SmrfM AND- NEWS CATES. Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 1916. $1.00 Year VOL. XXX. NO 46 Qtifoxut i ?. ROBBERS ARE CAUGHT. two men giving their as Charles and William Wn, who were arrested with 1ng the First National bank Marble Falls anil the murder Cashier Heintz, may be in to Mght to Austin and lodged Sfeil Wednesday, aecordinor JSherHt George S. Matthews. The snspects are supposed to he Herbert and Lewis Dodd, who ,.are alleged to have committed 'i,the crime. j Pearl'Dodd. said to he a sister "jftif. tni ran mpn nnmH intn infnr- l.i -i. """" v -", w...w ...W .w. etion which led her to believe rivion nwm- t nra in liiriv rr rrin n m m r i ... t it- ?li -il. ... fPIVl ULUtUUtil UUllbV Ul (.1IC 11 J 11 J J 1 UnnmifoH nf Mnfhln Pnlla Slirf 4 'roam iSyiLjL B.ST inarl ttswtf-n 1 1 1 fO1 hAH nnnwnf 4-r ;her sweetheart and it reached r the ears' of Sheriff Mace of Lam pasas county. Shortly after Miss Dodd dis- covered that a search ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

Si t v a 'it u u ' FREE PUNS AND SPECIFICATIONS b- M i r K o 7' E fc5 ' ft 'l.. S . n"( "k fc-Vr P-.. k r a r K . IS ' Over one hundred actual photographs of residences to se- lect from. Come in and look them over. Complete plans and specifications fur- nished free of charge when materiaJ is purchased from vis. And the Lumber will cost you no more. We meet any legitimate competition. o i . . i The home bviilding spirit is in the air. Old homes are be- ing repaired, new homes oure dotting the JscndscaLpe J1 over town. Every-1 body without a home is figuring." Our plains purchased at greet expense, will help you, whether it be a town or country home. HRkSi Rea-d description of this house. You have access to many others et oir yod. BARTLETT, TEXAS PLAN Thsi classy Swiss chalet bungalo spells beauty in every line of exterior as well as NO. interior design. The construction is of frame with cement stone porch and ex- 21 50 posed fire-place, giving it a massive appearance, yet producing p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

iv.7V""",V TJCV 1W FvTTV'in.J-vT.l- v,f .;' ;'J a, ' ft ' l u f a- n zT&imm, i i ' .. ' , . ym ?.. '-.'- & ;A ' ' f: rr- Ml PJRE5S COMMENTS ON THE TRIBUNE'S BIG EASTER EDITION. lartlett Tribune Issues Special Edition Tribune's Easter Edition The Bartlett Tribune came out last week with 28 pages, a epecial Easter edition advocating the advantages of Bartlett and Bell and Williamson counties. There are fourteen pnges adver- tising and fifty-two illustrations. Editor R. P. Cates was assisted in petting up the edition by Miss Maid J. Allen and the paper is a croAlt to nil concerned in its making. The only conspicious ommisaion from the columns of the special edition is the absence of Editor Cates' photograph, who, by the way, iB notorial rep- resentative from Williamson and Burnet counties, and a good one. too. Georgetown Commercial. Some Edition Prank Cates with the assis- tance of Miss Maid Allen pub- lished a twenty-eight page Edi- tion that was a credit to a town of fifteen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

' ' ' - tS If 1- tfij Vk wt tsw y?? I !' r1 .., & . .1 the Tribune And News .' FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1916 ;! With Engineer Bob Smith in charge of the street paving the citizens of Bartlett can rest as- sured that the job will be first class. The Good Books says, "Six Yet days shalt thou labor." many professed Christians not even labor one day. do Everybody is looking forward I to the day when the paving work J will begin in Bartlett, tor it j ' menus uiucu iu uui Kiuwinfc yii. j, Be a booster. In mistaking the voice of men for the voice of God, millions are are kept in sin and suuperstition all their lives. When we come in touch with some people we feel as if a clould had swooppd down upon us. Others are like the sunburst blazing torth in light and warmth bringing forth hope and happi- ness. To what class do you be- long? J The day of "every man for r himself and the devil take the hind most" has passed in Bart- lett, and co-operation is the word The glad hand of friendship and -wel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

Vl' -fl Schwerlner News. Kh ir . Bh it n ifo V hjf t O ,.--r i- 'j L I .r. live nvai with JHpj The Bank jKF . HkJ8 .account HHr ' 1HUE3I you .start TOT HSSt, to-dav will 3 - W I f ..riX T5WT 1 WOW. -Wjiti V 1 Time flies Time files. The mill will ryer grind with the water that Is past. You cannot buy anything with the money you have SPENT. And each succeeding year flies by faster. We don't know what is in the future, but If you start a bank account NOW the future will be free from poverty which is the most dread disease we have to fear when we are OLD. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. HRST NATIONAL BANK BARTLETT, TEXAS t LOCAL GOSSIP Mr. and Mrs.' Milton Hair of West were the guests of Mr. Hair's mother, Mrs. Clias. Stephens, this week. The little spn of Mrs. Pitts of thiB city is quite sick with pneu- monia. We hope for the little fellow a speedy recovery. For Sale Lot of good second- hand lumber and blocking. Come, early and get some, real values. Farmers Mercantile Company, Schwertner....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

r- Ti fm ' ! : ' ' i i ;w .. - i'lTr v ' ft V e ii ''.TIT .r Fy '! 'vi FOR FRESH -1 DRUGS 1 Drug Sundries and Patents ol all kinds see us, Kodaks, Kokak Sup- plies. Sporting Goods, Stationery and Optical Goods. Fisking Tackle Lest in town. In fact, everything to be found at a first-class Drug Store will be found in our stock, and all at the right price. Yours for Service, ceat2e?'ma?7 )?-ug Company Bartlett, Texas I s-? LOCAL NEWS. , Geo. Birchfield of Ft Worth was here on business. Mr. Birch- field formerly resided in Bartlett (and has many friends who are .always glad to see him. t Convex oval frames any size ttip to 14x20 for sale at Martinets' JStudio. Mr. H. M. McAdams formerly of this city, but now a resident 'of California was here this week pn business. Hats Cleaned Panama and wool hats, made-up to date, re- blocked any style. G. C. Kuler Mr. and Mrs. Hall Summerall of Moody visited relatives and friends here this week. Kodak finishing, quick service. Martinets Studio. Sunda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

mmHmmiiwrwiewwV'xr 'T ": , - f . ;- 'a Bartlett Merchants Want Your Business nv IxhL &- W ;. l'l3g- I I' j . Shbrwin- Williams & Bring us a pencil sketch of the house you are going to build or the house you want to do anew and let us show you what service really means. We will furnish you with a drawing in colors showing just how your house or your room will look when completed. You can incorporate your own ideas in this and at the same time have the assistance of highly paid ex- perts in getting the colors to harmonize. You get six color drawings. of every room in your house giving you a wide scope of selection. .Give us a sketch of a barn, chicken house, hog house, or anything you want to build and we will fur- nish you with a complete set of working plans. We do not consider that our work is done when we sell you the material, but we follow it to the dot and see that you really have what you want. ' ' THE FAIRCMILD LUMBER COMPANY . PHONE NO. 3 GETS A CARPENTER. ON THE SPO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 April 1916

PTj (' Wf W .,.- , mAKUm fcrtlu Woman's Clb En Announcements tertains Holland Study Club t wsr i k .; . " The Tribune is authorized to make 'the following announce- ments, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 22d, 191G. BELL COUNTY . Mondayf ternoon at the lepac- IqUs homo of Mrs. W. W. Walton The fiartlett Woman's Club was ' ItAat-aaa tn tha Millnnrl fihlflv Club, and the most elaborate Affair of the club season was en- 'AhvoA by something like- iifty ir women, who in addition to the observance of "Texas Day" an- swered to roll call with reasons m Vny I am, or am not a suffra- irist On this assembly ot at & loist half a hundred wo- ' " m 1. i.m.. ..fn.4- en IUUH lllliy LIIICC YVCIIl, Vfll record as against the vote for 'wemen, The Holland guest9 k wfrt' Mrs. I. A. Stone?, nresi- rjeftt of the Study Club. Mesda- nies Logan Mewhinney, V.E.H. " Reed. Jr.. Sam Barton, W. F. Doiithitt, T. B. Lewis. Nunnerlv, ,-jfiarman. Strother, J. II. MutiRer, Henry Hamlin, Ace Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

mm.Wm "5; wi '' t ,. i" ,4J wxt tv v? AND NEWS R.JP. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 5, I916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO 47 A ' ' V ik 1 Mr .mt 'matr- iAaWJ .- iv j"38 , j " I &XXit.X iH-rfiO Lf 0 i if ' HORRIBLE TRAGEDY Urn' !Nrl . S.J One of the most horrible trace- dies in the history of Bell county, - prhaps, was that which occur- d' last Saturday night at the 1 bme of John- Wychopen, about tnree lilies southeast of Holland. When the discovery of the grew- , '' some crime was made six life- less bodies, the mother and five little children, wero found upon the .floor ot one of the rooms, piled side by side, and the father "with a bullet hole through his ' head and a deep gash in his .wrist, lying across the arm of me moiner ana against trie utile ,16' months old babe. The father whs not dead, though uncon- acious. They are: Mrs. John Wy- chopen, aped 38; Elbe, ace 12; Otillaaged 10; Amula aged G; Ifrank aged 5xand the only son; and M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

WW f- 'i,T 1 J Q a V'" ; 11 V ' ,'0h t ' ' &e -a. T -I"""- A private in on Irish regimen g T f. I II C I r I D U II IS who had bcert sorely wodnded : -...,.. i wi i.f-' M,., was leaving tne nospiiai on na And FRIDAY. MAY 5. 1916 The Tribune thinks that pro- hibition should prohibit. Not merely limit the number of drunks a man is entitled to. way back to the front. Some I bystander wondered why any ,man who escaped from hell once was willing to return volut tanly. An acquaintance of the Irishman supplied the answer, "He thinks he knows who did it " - Ex. "7 A man can be loyal to his church and not be a Christi- an, but he cannot be a Christian and not loyal to his church. However, church loyality is a good trait, but loyality to Christ is better. It doesn't matter how much money you oossess, or what pre- tentions you make, if you are not honest in your dealings, you will soon ro down -Be sure your lns will find you out, is a true saying. It is reported that three cases of small p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

1 w v 1 , ''! .1., 0 t r in- ii&4 ej 'f b -ft- !" i!y-Ti -"-- . if - 4 Coanty Oflkers Expense Acceunt To the Public. I have received quite a number of inquiries a3 to the meaning knd application of f so-called order passed at the March term of the commissioners' court, by which certain county officers are allowed to charge 7 cents per mile for using their automobiles in connection with the duties of their respective offices. Because an erroneous and harmful con- struction has been placed on the matter, I wish to make the fol- lowing explanation. County officers under the" fee bill, to-wit: County judge, county attorney, county clerk, district clerk, sheriff, collector and assessor, are allowed by law to deduct from any excess fees they may owe the county at the close of-the year, the total of their approved expenses for the fiscal year. Each month these officers must file itimized sworn statements of their necessary expenses, which statements are audited by the auditor and com- ...

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