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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
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System ID: UF00075913:00129

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20. No. 24.


SAN MATEO, FLA., APRIL 1, 191 1.


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Mr. L. Bailey was a business via-
Itor to Jacksonville Wednesday.


Andrew Paulson finished the shad


Season by delivering fish by the
wagonload.


The Florida Press Association will
woeo this year at Tallahassee. .April
', is the time.

Mrs. E. W. Clark is at home in
a Mateo again after several weeks
2 j I 8 nla New Orleans.


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thre-quarters of an acre,
er& Hilton at Sanford cut
Wgrth of lettuce.


*a. ad Mrs. B. A. Smith return-
_4. their bome in Lowell Tuesday,
w trip by Clyde Line.

VA pAM.oe aills, of Lowell, Mass.
a few welkt here with her
4i, s' r, left for home Thursday af-

Vor good solid oranges or grape
I. frui, write San Mated Fruit Co.,
a t Mateo, Fla. Prices, $2.26 to
Sgroape fruit, $2.60 to $4.00.
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leas Grace Rowley gave a "Thim-
S,- arty" to a number of her friends
S.Wdw y afternoon. Refresh-
ai.ta~W.re served and the affair
l apaceed a great success.

*d, of Lowell, who has
B |soUe W time at thie
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County Road Rally.
A County Road Rally will be held
at the Howell Theater, Tuesday
night, April 12, in Pnlatka.
Col. C. L. BHttinger, Secretary of
the Florida Good Roadn Association,
will deliver an address at 7:15.
After this address t he following
program of entertainment has been
arranged:
The celebrated Rogers (Josilen
Band and Orchestra.
Miss Bunelle, the well-known so-
prano singer of Ohio.
G. Selden Waldo, fainous iniplr-
sonator and baritone singer.
Oymnaslum team from University
of Florida-best on the road.'
Matinee-concert and nmperson-
ations, 8 p. m.
Benefit hard road connection with
Lemon street.
Tickets ou sale at Ackerman-Stew-
art Drug Co., at $1.00, 50c, and school
tickets 25c, good for all entertain-
ments. .__
With the exception of the railroad
crossing, the hard surfaced road be-
tween Palatka-and San Mateo sl now
complete and in very good shape.
Another good rain or two will pack
and improve it however.

Potatoes are now moving from the
Federal Point and Hastings ections..
The first sales are bringing $4.60 to
$6.00 per barrel, f. o. b. cars. With
yields running around 50 barrels per
acre, there's pretty nice money in
potatoes.
Prof. A. D. McIntosh. wife and
boy, of the Taft Scbool, Watertown,
Conn.. spent a few days at the Idle-
wild this week, leaving for home
Friday afternoon. San Mateo folks
hope to see this pleasant couple
another season.

Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Miller, of Dal-
las. Texas, and Ms. Anna Webster,
of sdianapolls, Ind., motored over
f Nalka Thardday. They ex-
SlgitOaW theo
i': a shIliu' taI


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under Sec. 8 of Chapter 4W, Laws of Florida.
Notice if hereby given that Clino
S. Gale purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 199, dated 4th d(ay of July,
A. D., 1904, has filed said certificate
in my office and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue. in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam county,
Florida, to-wit
Iotd* 10 and 19, Private Survey
Section L2, Township 18 S. Range 16
E.-17 acr,,B.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuaice of such certifi-
cate iII the name of Mrs. 0. 0. and I.
0. Borst and Cook.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 94th day of
April. A. D., 191 P.
Witness my offielal signature and
seal this 26th day of March, 1911.
HBNBY HUTOHINYiON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchiuson, Jr., D. 0.
No. 862
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under Sec. 8 of Chapter 4888, Lws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. C.
McCoy,. purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 830. dated the 5th day of April,
A. 1). 1892 and Tax Certificate No.
212, dated 6th day of July, A. D. 190,
has filed said certificates In my of.
flee, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificates embrace the
following (described property situat-
ini Putnam County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 14, Blk 248 embraced in.Ctf.
No. 830 and Lot 16, Bik 248 embraced
in Ctf., No. 212, all in City of Palat-
ka.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such eartlfi-
cate No.880 In the name of Ells. Each-
ary and certificate No. 31I In the
name of Levi Cusack. -
Uuless said certlflcates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 8rd day of
April A .J. 1911.
Witufi my official signature and
seal this the 4th day of March, A. D.,
1911.
HNAYa HUTOHRIlOx,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Oonmt,
Putnam County, Florida.
By Henry Hautbhlaon, Jr. D. 0.
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Aril, A. D., 191. U
Witnehe my omo at a twa
*eal this the 18th daf of Mahi ll I
ISeal] Cle rk milt,
Putana o Po
ly H. Hutchinson, Jr. D.V.No
NOTICE OF APPLICAlIONl
TAX DRRD.
Under See. s'of toapter UTW of
Notice is hereby given that
8. Gale, urebohr of Tax
cataNo.7 S7dated. the 6th day
A. 1+1908. has filed said ee
n my office, and has made app
tion for tax deed to issue Ia
ance with law. Said oertldeaate
braces the following deerlbed
erty situated In 'Putnam COga
Florida, to-wit: T< rd
Adjd., Se *or., Gardner
Hudnall Grant, Section 616
shi 18, S. anaie 986 --8 Acr. es
The said land being assassed at
date of thb isuance of soh-
leaste in the name of Joeep H i'R
Unl said certfioate shal
re4meXed aseording t law. tax
will Isaue thereon on boe 17th 4 4,j
April, A. D. 1911. .
Witeass my official adgnatan
seal this the 18th day Marh, esr
HINRY ,HUTOaMo1Ituo
[Seal.] Clerk Circult Court,
Putnam Count, Flod. .
By H. Hutchinson, Jr. p.6. No*:* |
Notoe.t
San Mateo, F
February lrI
The Annual Election of Town Of-
fleers for the Town ot San Matn e '
City, Florida, will be; held at the-
Depot, Tuesday, April the 4th, 1911,
for the poasose of electing:
A Mayor,
A Clerk and Treasurer. ,
A Marshall.
Three Memberb of Town Con lL '
Registration books are open at .
Post Office until such date.
Attest. J. f. ROWLY,
HAROLD W. HIZA, .Mqejr.
Clerk.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION I
TAX DIBD.
Under see. CofMpero wa. m Aws
Notice is hereby given tat
Baybon purchaser of Tas
eates No. W and M daNed
of July, A. D. 1901, _4"
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3Ibets of all Goats need to be lined,
though the doubling Is the softest
twilled silk that does not add In the
least to warmth and yet gives the
coat a better fit The second suit
has a coat admirably cut for slimming
purposes, the two narrow front seo-
tiooe and the cutaway ends giving a
very girlish line to the figure, and so
being most useful for those who are
not blessed with the most gracious
curves.
All coats that strike about the hips
need to be weighted with leads at the
bottom, these going at the two sides
of the back and front. The sleeves of
tailored garments, too, are showing an
ever-increasing smallness, some being
put in at the shoulder without a sign
of gathered, though there are fancy
models, naturally, that take any lib-
erty they choose, bending only to the
obligations of prettiness.
For home making the first coat
would need to be in a double width
material, the single piece in the tall
of the back calling for this. The
spotted gown-dots forming stripes-
would also be better in a double width
goods, as the plain wide front would
be far better without seams, but
wherever there sla generous seaming a
& narrow goods is feasible. and. owing
to some foolishness on the part of
manufacturers or merchants, some.
thing over twice the price of a good
slngloewidth material will be asked for
the double.
Buttons are a very Important point
with home-made tailored things, for if
they are of a cheap and trifling sort
they will ruin the smartest suit or
coat. Bone Is the best material for
spring buttons, but as they are of as
many sorts as Adam and Eve's chil-
dren one must use wits and taste in
order to get the right thing. Coat
buttons are very large, flat butter
plates in size and, very nearly In form,
but gown fasteners may be of the
knob sort as often as in fiat shapes.
The thing to do is tqo look around and
only buy them after the goods la pur*
chased, for even the bone button must
show eternal kinship with the gown
stuff. Far better to, pay something
like a fancy price for novelties than
take the cut and dried thing, especial.
ly If the dress is to be otherwise un-
trimmed.
MARY DEAN.

Warm Shen for the Toddler.
Nave you ever noticed a tlay tod*
lIn la a pair of thin shoes walk"in
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VPorda East Coast Railway. The de.
pgt beiag threquarterm o* a a WA
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Advantage and Attractions.
San Mateo oUas good shelled roads
ad mile of hard sidewalks. Beauty.
tat wateroaks line both sides uf
"aeets, and meet overhead tola many
Two obarches, public and private
wlools, telegraph, telephone, expressA
moey order postofflce, three mail
dalUy, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
goods at your door, weekly paper.
The tlace is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 30
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and flhilag. deer, ter
key, ducks and quail, brack bass aad
other Florida fresh water fAsh.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Plaoe
epea winters; rates eight to tea dol.
hre per week; $1.00 day.
*Si thousand people weat through
the San Mateo Prult Company's grove
pnm last season.
' One of the best advantage. le
Mateo enjoys is transpottaUo0n bbao
a both river and raill is an advantage
(hat few Florida point's enjoy. A re-
oent season fo; lgtance, railroads
OWd tenntiaa at JaksoavlU'* were
more than conseted and truit ship.
ped fira polats down th esenUal
par of the state was, In some ease4
three weeks getting to Jacksoevillo,
m route to northern markets and
dd not bring enough to pay froliht.
while uan Mateo shippers, at naNeo
time. would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonvlle
se the Clyde slip the next. This lit-
die matter that season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Sa
Mateo growers and the homeseekl
wll do well to bear In mind tras
portatlo sand oheap rates that em
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and 0 hal inches thick; then add
enoagh milk to wet. Put into ven an
akhe until sufficiently dry to cut in
looks two and a halt laches square.
Serve hot on toast.
Cheese Nouveau (excellent luncheon
dlsh).-Pleces of bread cut as Ift for
the table, thinly buttered and placed
Ina a frying pan: Sprinkle salt very
lightly over them and add a thick
layer of grated .heese. Then another
layer of bread and salted cheese, and,
when the pan is full, pour over a
cup of milk. Cover closely and stand
on side of stove, where it will steam
slowly for twenty to thirty minutes.
Turn on hot platter and serve at once.
Cheese Fondu.-One-fourth pound of
grated cheese, two eggs, three table-
spoons of butter, one tablespoon of
vermicelli, halt a pint of milk, half a
teacupful of bread crumbs. Boll the
vermicelli In the milk and pour over
the bread crumbs in a pie dish. Melt
the butter and stir It in. Beat the
eggs and add with salt and pepper the
vermicelli and cheese, beating all the
time; add a teaspoon baking powder
and bake in quick oven half an hour.
Welsh Rareblt--One pound of
obheese, grated. Rub the bottom of a
dish with an onion. Put in the cheese,
add one tablespoon of tomato catsup.
one tablespoon of Worcesterahire
sauce, half a tablespoon of salt, four
shakes of cayenne pepper and two
level tablespoonfuls of butter. Stir
until It begins to melt, then add grad-
ually four tablespoons of ale or beer.
When it is soft, smooth and creamy.
pour It over toasted bread or toasted
crackers.
Cheese Souffle.-Four eggs, one-
fourth pound of cheese, one-fourth of
a pound of butter. Grate the chesee
and beat It well with the butter and
yolks of the eggs. Season with salt
and cayenne pepper. Whisk the
whites to a stff froth and str In light-
ly. "Bake in a deep dish.


-"- lIed Applee
Utsa Peel and core one dosen good-
flavored apples. Boll them gently In
oe paint of water and a half pound of
sugar. Add the half of-a grated lemon
rind. When done remove and set
away to cooL Peel, core and dbop
-te oe do4se apple and add with a
le o e sugar to the sarup and, cook-
aI atoewly. rfedue to a marmalade.
S Put a arer of the al alade ea the
M.A e laer.t I*0 stewed whole

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Dark Days Coming.
"Bay. Jim, here's a preacher In New
York who says men should sew, cook,
wash the dishes and get their own
breakfast."
"What's the use of rubbing It in?
Guess we all know we'll have to pret-
ty soon."

UsE ALLUas rOOT43AsN,
TbeWe*-pU >K to be Lmh *M tise t MeM@o
Irf s itl eas eeementersUt,,*ene. **el*
l*, sw... ...... AUeiBs e.-m. BRelevs
*wMUm besUf aet O1 msam W pvms klesee
GtM aO "l$f as. Alswa Sui Itto also te
So~es, lIeusar,.IT.

True to Her Nature.
Maud-Did you hear the news?
Made has eloped.
Jack-Madge always was a flighty
sort of a girl.

Try mne n y a ... for .e..
Watery Byes and Ornulted Dyolfda.
No smartin--Just BiY Comfort. Mu-
rine *Oi alve InAsoptio Tubeo New
rsine f. Muriae mye Remedy Lquid
Iso and Oe.
Seems to Be Wrong.
Howell-Whatever is isa right
Powell-But suppose a fellow soaks
you with his left?


A man of few words isn't cut out
for a compositor.

a Wb ard Oil is eso waMendfd by
buIt sed inmany pub.


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k ete by tIve that H. M.
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,mireeeod IA Certie1ate NMo.
Les i I 5, 8. Block 3, oem
it ert lofte No. 340 of 18M4
elt beft otassed at the
4 a.e of such certificate
N am of 3. Iigglabotham, Pa.
Qurway and Unknown. re
sld certificate shall be re
amor.!Avgto law, tax deed
t oereou on the 27th day of
MB oftflfa signature Pad
S fth ofay t Februnary, 1911.
UUNRY HUTRINSON.,
lt Courtko Putnam county.
By H. Hutchinson. Jr.,
No. a7T.
(Beal.)

OP APPLICATION FOR
MNeRS SECTION *
77,A77 4WO, LAWS
SFLORIDA.
N er gives that J. F.
of tax certificate
FiM Oth day of July. A.
Wred saod eortIlcete t my
as dmade applioon for
2triuMe ft s cordence wint
ei WMe embraoes the
mu property situated
lll. "Forida. to-wit:
aar of northwest
17. Township 13,

bala* assesapd at the
of so crtucate lI
phaw *No. 4 M.
egAtljaete shaWl be r*.
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Ustles saWl q4rt5tet MaR
demel ateeedig to law, tax
wi te there um on the Snth doa ot
MardI A. D. St.
Witaus st official sigpature sad
eal this 2th ay of Fbruary, 191.
'MNRY HUTCHINBON,
Clerk Circuit Court. Puteam County,
eorida. By H. Hutebluson, Jr.,
D. 0. No. WS.
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Nould al read theo LORIDA 0 W
H. It tive market ltfomsnUo
eat on eatteral topless ftd poetry
raiag. Is always for the best In-
teewts of lorlds sad to he orids
Grower. Prie $1 per year. Mention
Item and gt free sample. Addran
lorida Grower Publishina company,
s19 Florida aveonu, Tamp.


FRUIT TREES

SHADE TREES
AND
Ornamental Shrubbery
AIBO
Field Grown Rose Bushes
Before you paeoo your order, write f0
proNs and one of our
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story, nleely furnished, all In good I
repair. Packing house." River front
location and extending back over
half mile. 78 acres land. House on
hUltop. 90 feet above river. Grove
that has been producing $8,000 to 6$5,
000 in fruit per year. Parts of the ,
land are suited for any fruit or vege- I
table.


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your lawns, Dapdellons, Buck Plan-
tals and Crab Grass. In one season
the Clipper will drive them all out
Your dealer should have them-If he,
has not drop us a line sad we will
send circulars and prices.
CLIPPER LAWN MOWER CO.,


BOX 6, DIXON. ILL


IB $65. M SEW N MACnE
Direct from Factory to You

FOR *e.75
Complete with all attacbmeats.
Guaranteed ten years.


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West Bay Street


lMitytl, Florida

U1M0e4 s Life.
w-4 gven see upI'
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Plnat sewing, head made. New
swell front
goldenn oak case. Auto lift.
New patent spool tray. May run.
nin. Noiseless.
SEND US ONLY $1.00 AND WE
WILL SHIP YOU THIS MODEL 2
GOLDEN EAGLE SEWING MA.
CHINE.
On arrival examine it, and if satisfac
tory pay freight agent the balance
($18.75). If you do not And It sat.
lfacetory we will return your dollar
and pay freight both wayse-Catalog
GOLDEN SALE SUGGY COMPANY,
418 Golden iagle B14g.
MWONa Dept 484, Atlanta. Ga.

PuIles are not In themselves i-
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Two thomsand three ho a"
Wing tbreea Pale s adoM
tea, $12.50 par re; "Al"
through propmw,; has fro g MI ,
John river ad 4 ounty- Is
hard sumre hgt wwaytwhrOugh l,-
of this land Is suitable tor tratt
truck and part as good potato
there is in the ftaous th ~r a
trict, whiph 43 bist about th
from ea ,t ern b dariesl
on the proper and a e"oatall
grove. Wells can be tut dw'i
part of It.


per c It wraat a* W have prf
or a pinery =r a beartag wrlt afow hudre, to gCt00.Wwt? + 7
_ _a___ ____ bout price you would Wadt to
for a place and we wmil write -.
41. A pretty Uttlo grove with S*e about what we have around yeow l
location for house on river bank, ure.


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$8.500-Thirty acres land. Grove
producing 300 to 500 boxes fruit
House within hundred yards of Mlver
bank. Deep water lose in. Good
spring water. House has seven or
Eight rooms. This Is one of the pret-
ty locations in Florida. View of river
some two miles up and two down and
about one mile from postofflce and
depot.
$2,000-About thirty acres land ;
house of six or seven 'rooms. Grove
has about 200 to 800 boxes fruit this
season. Half mile from depot and
postofflce and 1 1-2 miles from river
.vharf.
Another grove on river, belonging
to this estate, snipped 1.000 to 1,200
boxes fruit this season; is held for
$5,0(0. The two properties can be
bought to close this estate for about
46,000 cash.
$360-Twenty acres fine land two
miles from postoffice.

If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. Rates are $1O to $25 per month.

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"is lie worth Ivluf?-.that 4emds-e
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depends upon what you e&4ansdhw
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Henry Ward Deewoner ossaid: "A
man with~ a bad liver asannot bo a
good Chrisusa.09 Mery iras" sow
mistakes, but In this Ibs -abe
Was eminently Correct. it IS only am-
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L ONDON.-To alow King George to form an idea as to the best site for
the King Edward memorial statue which It to be erected In Tnndoe, a
fiat wooden dumey was taken into the Green Park on a dray the other day
and placed la different positions while his majesty watched the proceed.
ips troa a witndw of Bucklagham palace. The model, which was pre-
pared by the 0qce of works, was made In two parts constistin of the pe*
deetal ad the equestrian' statue. The strange spectacle attracted a4
large crowd of curious people.


of the Sanpete wool growers said if
the order went into effect they would
have to go out of buseaos, assertions
beain made by many that they had
already been compelled to reduce
their focks from 700 to 300. A still
further reduction of 17 per cent., they
said, meant disaster. Sheep men on
the Karlbab a"d Bt. George reserves
also complained that they were being
forced to the wall. Some of the sheep-
mes from that part of the state
claimed that their flooks have been
retuoed from 160,000 to 6,000. with
till further reductions la sight."
On the showtng made to the con-


ventlon by these sheepmen, a com*
amttee composed of E. H. Callister,
president of the Utah Wool growers"
association; W. D. Candland, chair.
man of the board of land oommleseoa-
ere, and L. R. Anderson, chairman of
the state board of sheep oommlsslon.
era, was appointed to confer with
Chief Jorester Graves. After the sub.
Jeet was thoroughly considered, an
agreement was reached by which the
chief forester agreed to suspend the
order for one year, which means that
the Utah sheepmen will be allowed
to grase the same number of sheep as
formerly on the forest reserve.


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Summer Studles.

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eadche, dizzy feelings, achy muscles and joints; too frequent,
hurt the kidneys. Likewise well kidneys often prevent a
t mttoers of cold congestion. Doan's Kidney Pills are very
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