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THE MEEKER HERALD.
VOL. XXXVI.—NO. 17. MOFFAT ROAD TO OPERATE THREE TRAINS EACH WEEK. Notice of an Intention to curtail pas senger aervlce on the Moffat railroad to three traina a week. liegtnulng next Sunday, wuk filed Wednesday with the Colorado utilities conunlHNlon. Vigor oua protest against the abbreviated aervlce has lieen made to the commis alon l»y cltlxeiiM of varioua towns along the line. An order Huspendlng. will pro liahly Ik* issued by the commission un til It can hold a hearing on the matter. It Is contended by the officials of the road that the new iMissenger schedule will enuhlc tlieui to release a number of engines Iwtdly needed in freight ser vice. Also they hope to keep a sufficient numlier of trains running over the line to prevent snow blockades. The tri weekly schedule culls for east-bound trains on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday. and westlKiuud trains Monday. Wednesday and Friday of each week. Citizens of Tabcmnsh. Hot Sulphur Springs, Steamboat and Crulg filed a protest with the commission yesterday. —Denver News. If Receiver Freeman keeps on he will soon have the Moffat road out of business which has lieeu his aim for some time. If the above measure is passed on by the utility commission It will make the people on that road more isolated than we are. for we at least will have mail every day. Foot Ball Results Greeley clinches the championship of the state high schools for this sea son. Gunnison Clinches title of South west and Meeker the title of North west Colorado. All three teams played the whole season without suffering a defeat. The Greeley high school had a wonderful tram this year and played eleven games without a defeat, two of which were played with Dever high schools. Gunnison also had a g<K*l team this year although not in Greeley's class They defeated Montrose on Thanks giving Day. 20 to 0 thus making their eighth consecutive victory this season. Meeker turned out a fine teams this year under the able coaching of Mr. Ciaagbe. They onl.j played three games due to bad* weather eondlTlons but they never premltted the opiNwdng team to score on them. Meeker was to meet Gunnison on Thanksgiving Day but the weather forced It out of the question. A loss to me means n saving to you. I'atincr coats and suits 2SR per cent off. U 4-11 The Toggery • ( Charter No. 705) (Reserve IHatrici No. UM Report of Condition of TJie First National Bank At Meeker, in the State of Colorado, at the doae of business On November 15, 1920 KKftot;acr.rt I,o»na and dlarounts. Including rediscount a (except those shown in b and r > u NolcJs'nd billa rediscounted with'"Federal Kewirv** Rafik r than acceptances sold) (see Item .Mat . • ?* # !►,'!- Foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with Indorsement of (his bank, not shown under Item d above <see Item SKI > ' Overdrafts, unsecured, |2.wl w U. 8. Government securities owned : t„ Deposited to eeenre circulation (IT. M. bonds par value* O'.»» ts Pledged as collateral for state or other deposits or bills payable R >t*J"*| J*' Owned and unpledged Total U. H. Ooverment securities w * w S^nrltuls*other U than"‘r. ,C H. bonds (not Including stocks), owned w m %tiS , bSi^?securities, etc., «»ther than UK. Vim m Block of Federal Reserve Hank (fio per cent of subscription> **', Value of banking bouse owned and unincumbered •* Equity In banking house jo Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank MS ,1 Oash In vault and net amount due from national banks ... e Net amount due from banks, bankers, nnd trust companies in the I United Htntes (other than Included In Items 11, 12. or 1.1) Total of Items IX. 1». 11. I*and in Cheeks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bunk wlth’fr.H. franVuirerand'due from U. H. Treasurer jm JJ Other assets, If any. Liberty Loan Bond Accounts _ H __ 1 Tot.i • ~*’ 1.l AM LITIBS ,n - umm u,, t!2fSSsStSsKrauiMt.wia-^M^: »*** Circulating notes outstanding • rlu Net amount due to national banks ■ *•'** * Net amount due to banks, bankers, and (rust companies in the United Htates and foreign countries (other than Included In Items .or 9) ’v? 15 rent fled checks outstanding .... !T Cashier’s checks on own bank outstanding **■* Damand^deposlU*( Ot* deposits) subject to Reserve UertlQcstes of deposit due In less than JSidavs (other than for mon ey borrowed) n’siai is' Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to I Reserve, Items n. SI. *%. W. :t7 and m .. ■ W 4» •" Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after :*> days, or subject toXodayt or more notice, and postal savings): Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowedi 2"l.«im. Total of time deposits subject to Reserve. o«m*> *•' •*». « wl ***' ** , Bills payable, other than with rederal Reserve Msanlc 'ViitiV* i all obligations representing money borrowed other than red Is- ;jr, isst «a»' Bllis payable with Federal Reserve Bank <7 * IWMO Total »»*»»* Liabilities for rediscounts with Fedfral Reserve Rank (see Item Id) WI.ICW .w Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which Interest: and dis count was charged at rates In excess of those permitted by law (Meo. MW. Itex*.Hint.) exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to exceed flu cents was made, was none. The number of such loans was none. STATE OF COLORADO, County of Rio Blanco, «s. I.Rrnrst ui.di.and, Cashier of the above named hank, do soleuioly swear that the .b°„ ■Mt.m.nt I. mu. tn .hu Uu.l nt my Chl.r. Bubscrlbed and sworn to before me this JfTtb day of November, IW!X>. My commission expires Jnn. 17, IWI. ' LAtmaJ. Wilson, Notary I uhllc. faxALl Correct—Attest: 11 L. B. WAi.natiKia. R. Ot.bLANb, A MM MOW a jll.ni.ANl>, yj4.pi Directors. Grange Backs American Plan The National (irangc adopted a res olution at Its recent convention in Bos ton declaring fop the open shop anil in favor of collective liurguinlng. "We illsaprove of any system." the n'soluttou said. "Which denies to any individual the right to work In any plaie where there is need of his in dustry at any time and at any wage which is satisfactory to him. or quit his employment wherever and for whatever reason may is* to him control lint;. subject only to such contract ob ligations as he may willingly enter in to nod as may Is- Imimsed in an Amer ican court of Justice!” The grange Is ugulnst lalsir radical ism which would throttle Industry and limit production by enforcement of closed shop rules which deny employ ment to large numliers of competent workmen. Annother Company Interested .1. L. Taylor, who luis Ik*cii doing us scsineut work oil Ids oil shale claims in the Rio Blanco district left Monday. Mr. Taylor Is n representative of the Inland Shale Refining Co., of Chicago. The Inland company has extensive holdings on Fourteen ndle creek in the Rio Blanco Region. Mr. Taylor states that company Is very anxious to buy more land and will pay a Rood price. Any of the people who have any shale should get in touch with him. The shale Industry lK*gius to look as if there was going to Ik* some steps made to commercialize the business In a very few years. Here and There Chicago—Here's a man with lota of lio|m*. Harry Grcongard leased a build ing for ten years and inserted a clause wlib'll gave him the right to sell liquor , "if the eigliteentli amendment is re pealed.” Santa Rosa. t’allf.—l’lgs apparently i playing f«Mitlmll and trying to Jump a picket fence lie!ween halves seemed lieyoud explanation until dime one found a cask of wine in the ham was leaking. Cleveland—lt looked like a riot until the fwfttec (omul flat* several hundred citizens were applying at the elty hall for three Join* as whiskey tester*. A good thing roming up: Sure Bud dy. Be on hand at Rooney's hall next Thursday evening and get your moneys worth—and then some. The entertain ment will be given under the auspice* of the senior high school rlaas. MEEKER, COLO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920. ANOTHER BUBBLE BUSTED This Is the way the Steamboat Pilot refers to late changes in the manage nicnt of the Axial Basin Development I Company, whereby M. T. Streeter 're tired ns president and manager of the company. I Undoubtedly some of Mt. Streeter’s actions were on tin* .1. Rufus Walling ford order and were lacking in sound business principles, but it looks to ns as though Ids retirement is a good thing for the A. B. I>. Company. J. K. O’lionrn. tin* new manager Is a Union I'a cl tie man. and. If the C. P. is back of him, it means that n railroad will Is* built from Wamsutter to Mt. Ktri** ter. and proliahly on south t» Meeker and Rifle to connect with the I>. A K. (i. It. It. road. When ten big grading outfits left Mocker Monday for Mt. Streeter, t" [continue railroad grading there, we ft, ■ tired that something Is likely to hap j pen by next spring hi the rullrond building line. | It is our opinion that activities of the greatest coal mine In the world Is not a bustl'd bubble. / | Fur the good of Northwestern Colo riido. as a whole, we want to see the A. It. I>. Company prosper. The Hulett Ranch j As a result of the recent upheaval In the A. B. I). Co. the Hulett’s have tak !eu hack their big ranch property tn Axial Basin, which was purchased by tin* coal company lust spring. The Ilulett estate will alsmt break even on the deal. | As tin* property is tmi big for one mail to handle. It Is likely that it will l*o cut up in 1(M) acre forms and sold to actual farmers, who will proceed to cultivate the rich soil of which the proimrty is coni|>oH<>d. The Forest Reserve Octopus Again Congressman Tuylor reminds the Colorado Ntockgrowors* association that assistance will Ik* needed at Wash ingtou if certain iikmiilkts of the Agri cultural cninmitt'N* of the House are to I Ik* |M*rsuadcd against voting a :)00 per | cent lucreaue In graslng fees or. notion al forests pext year. Mr. Taylor that the asoneiartow- send a ateong nmw mlltee to Washington to iip|H*nr liefore ; the agrleiiltural commlttws «»f the Sen- j ate and House und demonstrate by ac tual tlgiir(*s the injustice and hardships that would Ik* liii|h*s«‘<l by the Increase *uggc*t«*d and nlri‘udy atteuiptisl 1111- suee«>ssfiilly by Chairman Haugen of ( tin* iigrieiiltiirnl <*oinni It lee and o(h<-r* : ill tin* House. I Tin* fnn*st hunch want another raise siilarh's; heius*. will inaki* another, effort to put over tills .'MSI i*er <s*nt rn is<>. j Report of Public Health Nurse Infant Welfare visits 7 I'rciuitnl visits 2 Nursing Visits - M .M) Tot n I Assisted with two o|M*ratious (»n<* lonise fumigation for Health Dept. | Five Classes In home hygiene and care of sick. l(<*s|H><*tfully Submiltnl Genevieve M. I’nllen I ; The recent electh»n resulted In wip ing out the North Dak<*la Non-I'nrtl siiii l.<>agui* ns a |m*l iti<*al meiian* in all 1 w<*stern stat<*s. Fanners an* withdrawing fimtneial jsup|K*rt and refusing to pay their |s»st-j dated checks and subscriptions and there arc more bills than cash. I Banks arc refusing to take their .checks and one hank in Colorado re ! ports holding over a hundred "f the fid obligations for dues, j Tin* Kansas City Cost, a Democratic , paper that repudiated the program of stale socialism put forward by the Lea gue says :• i “When the campaign of education against the league was started, many of the formers who luul given these checks made up their mind* that they had much* a mistake. The first thing they did was tn stop payment upon the | cheeks for their memlierslilp fees. "It Is <*stiiiiubsl that tin* league membership has Ik*cii redmvd by fully one-half In the Inst few wi*eks. the 'country bankers and merchants predict tin* league will Is* ii thing of tin* past within another year. | In Colorado comities where Non I ar tisan la*iigm*rs got on tin* Republican ticket they were elected, while those 'oil the Democratic end were slaugh tered. We still stick to a statement made right after the state primary— If tin* Republican* bad got Into a jack- I |N»t like the Democrats did. and four Chink* or Mexicans had won a place on their ticket, a big majority of the j parly, followers would have Ik*cii work ing overt line to elect tin* entire hunch j "for tin* glory of the G. O. I’." —Craig , Empire. A FORMER MEEKERITE A late issue of the* Long Bench. Cal.. .Telegram, lias the following to say con cerning one of our former well known ami popular residents "Mrs. Minnie I*!. Craig, who has spent tlx* past seven Winters in Long I teach, has arrived to make this city her home. For the past 2." years six* lias Ih*oii intcrcslciL in a large cattle ranch near Meeker. Rio Blanco county. Colorado.. Which six* lias now sold. Some years ago Mrs. Craig was postmaster lit Meeker, which was during tlx* time that tin* late ('resident Roosevelt made his limiting trip under tlx* leadership of .lolm Goff, famous guide and hunter. As she also was vice chairman of tlx* Bin Blanco county Republican Central Committee six* !*«•- came well acquainted with Mr. Rnpse velt. and has numerous mementoes of Ills friendship, among them ii letter written hi reference to Ids campaigns. "Mrs. Craig has made trips all over ilx* southern part of California, and prefers Long Beach for her home. She is a life long acquaintance of F. C. Roberts, editor of tin* Telegram, and of Oscar Crockett, in charge of the cir culation department, having spent n portion of her life in the same part of Ohio where they formerly resided. Six* also iiiuiilk'l's. among her friends Con gressman Edward T. Taylor of Colora do. the one democrat win* tun tn* elect ed regularly from that state. -The Rio Blanco region she consid ers one of the finest in Colorado, tlx* its iiuiln industry, that «»r nittlernlslng is at present under a cloud, dm* to stag mint conditions of market and to the high price of hay. Last winter was a severe one for stockmen in that district owing partly to tlx* MolTal road, which is tlx* connecting line with tlx* outside markets having Ik*cii th*d up by heavy snows aixl slides. Hay was as Idgb as .<lO a ton last winter, and often could ■mt he procured at any price. Should I in* state of Colorado Imre the MofTat railroad thru the mountain*, giving a iM'tter connection with Denver, the III" Ithinco region would, alntaiiis. Is‘come one of the most |»ros|a*rous in the west. ••Mrs. Craig I* at the Lyle apart incuts, but intends to buy a borne Uer’.'/.-a,- Weather Bulletin Tlx* weather for the past week as say tnl nlanit ns follows: i Saturday Aland I Inches of snow. Then turnisl <i»ld. | Sunday—Clear, with sunshine all day. Down to zero that night. Monday—Clear and cold. I Tuesday—Cold ami more sunshine. Wednesday -Thawing with a mix .jure of clouds aixl sunshine, j Thursdny- Mon* of tlx* same. I Khlny—-Thawing, cloudy and light Crime Wave Always Follows War I War Is always followed by a |s*rb*d of lawlessness and crime. Tills war Is no exception to the general rub*. 'llien* Hccm* to l M * an orgy of crime In tin* .great cities murder aixl rnblmry have ! |*ccnmc professions aixl tlx* dost ruction of liliuinii life a mutter of cnbl line nioiitloiial barter. So cheap I* human I if,- held that thugs ran readily !*• hired to commit murder for a few hun dred dollars, the price varying ncrard ing t•» tin* supposed risk of detection ami I and the lni|M»rtiinee of tlx* victim. I In Chicago crime is more rampant than hi New York. The greatest round up of criiiiuals ever known In tlx* city took place last Sunday when a tlimi satidor more arrests wore made by the IMilicc. The disclosures connected with tlx* Government Shipping Board show how tlx* grafters reveled during tlx* time when we needed ships tlx* worst [and patriotic |km*|»lc everywhere were straining themselves to help equip «ur unities and send tlx* boy* safely over sea*. While the Increase of crime is start ling uixl disheartening to a degree it must still I** reiiicnilM*rcd that so far as these disclosures go they show that after all a very few im*o|*lc. com pa hi lively s|M*aklug. wen in the nefarious business. The great mass of the people of this country arc still mor ally sound. They nre the victims of hut in t participators in tlx* crime that H<*eins t<* Is* *wi*cplng over the country. Neither would I want to Is* under stood as giving tlx* Impression that we lire in a Ix*|k*lcss cocniinmlml condi tion. 1 do not think we lire, but I do think that we are headed fur a |K*rh»d of what ]M*o|ilc will call hard thin**. I do Ik'llcvc that It would Ik* greatly to the advantage »*f the people of this country If the burden of taxes and In terest <*<*lllll Ik* redtnvd to correspond with tlx* diminished revenues of the , i*eop|c who must pay these tuxes and .Merest. Whenever the limes get back to the normal the wave of crime will ( gradually subside. -Tribune. Death of L. N. Boner Word rallies from Palmdale. Florida, announcing tlx* death of tlx* above named one lime well known resilient of Meeker ami tlx* Powell park region. Mr. Boner passed away on Novem- Ik*i* loth, the cause of dentil l*ohig Bright's disease. He was born hi In diana. was in Ills sixty-eighth year. In Ills youth lx* came to Wyoming ami fur many years was engaged in ranch ing stockraising ami mail contracting. Later, located in Powell park, where lx* engaged in farming and stockrais iug. About ten years ago lx* moved to Florida on account of failing health. Deceased possessed a genial disposi tion ami luul many friends in this com munity. all of whom will be sorry to bear that he has passed on. Sheepmen Offering Flocks at Knockdown Price of $6 per Head Sheepmen of I'tali ami Nevada are offering their, entire flocks for sale at a Hal price of SC* a head, according to word brought hack to this city by Wil liam Danvers. Mr. Danvers, of Wyoming, made an extended lour of tlx* sheep districts <*t I'tali and Nevada aixl reports condi tions deplorable from tlx* owners’ view point. Altlx* Mr. Danvers ladleves a knock-down price of -SU a head would make money for tlx* purchaser, he re fuses to reenter tlx* sheep business un til condition* improve. "Sheepmen an* going out of instead of into tlx* business now." lx* says, "and under present uu<-crtuln condi tions I do not rare to venture until something lui|»|h*iis to tlx* wool ami mutt) n markets." "Big sheepman arc squirming In equally uncomfortable posit inns with llii* little fellows.” Mr. Danvers says, (in tlx* entire trip thru the two neigh boring states lx* did not m<*ct one flock imistcr wlx* failed to express desire to sell out aixl quit tlx* business fur all time. Record Stockman Notice Stockmen It is an established fact that a sel ected day for tlx* exchange of stock, which has strayed from Its range. Is an advantage to all concerned in the stock business, aixl brings many l*onc fii.l result*.. On SiiDirdav. |)<*ccmlK*r! is 1020. everyone Is asked, who has stray stock In deliver tlx* snfiic In tlx* Will*er drift gate, where they will Ik* s<»rt<*<l aixl dclivcml tn their winter feeding grounds. It Is Imped that this suggestion will uirat with your approval ami receive your hasty cooperation. By. so doing an annual stray day may Ik* establish ed. d 1-11 PUNISHMENT OF PROFITEERS Tlx* Fi-dcml Helloing Company. New York. aiinoHiK-es graiuilnt<*d sugar at U cents: raw at •V'i. What ii Godsend that would have Im*cii in tlx* canning season for thousand* and thousand*- of littb* homes which might have used it to put up a lot of cheap aixl whole some food for winter on which little folk* thrive ami grown-ups lK*nefit. Blit they didn't get tlx* sugar, neither did Hie sugar pirates get rid of their hoard ed slocks. Tlx* bottom fell old of till* market, thousands of these profiteers were ruined and in* genuine good mine of tlx* sugar hold up to iiii.vlkklv. So it always is when overreaching greed plays tlx* dog in the uqiifger. The world lias never had a mure striking demonstration of tlx* absolute truth of tlx* |»n»verh that "Honesty Is tlx* ls*st policy." than In the collapse of the su gar rahl. What Will Wilson Do? With tlx* near approach of tlx* open ing of Congress there Is increasing in Icresl In wluil the outgoing President limy recommend in what will probably Ik* bis last message lK*for<* retiring to private life. Will lx* again urge upon Congress, more <*s|K*cially tlx* Semite, tlx* mlillmtion of tlx* |k*«cc treaty and tlx* League of Nations as adopted id Versailles, or will lx* araept tlx* elec tion result as settling Hie matter so far ns In* Is raiicerned anil leave the Incom ing Congress which will Is* called ill special session shortly after President Harding's inauguration? It will Ik* rcmcflllMM'cil thill President Wilson Insisted that tlx* league should Ik* made tlx* paramount issue in tlx* campiilgn and railed it a "solemn ref erendum". If lx* was rigid alsuil that, of course ila* conclusion must Ik* that tlx* League of Nations has Ik*<*ii reject ed by tlx* voters of tlx* country by an overwhelming majority. Personally I do not Isdieve fids was tb' paramount Issue in tlx* minds of tlx* voters. I think tlx* greatest run tl'ihiltilig cause for the defeat of Cox and Roosevelt was tlx* feeling in tlx* minds of tlx* voters that there bad hern wild, reckless extravagance and iiiconi|K'trnc.v in tlx* management of governmental affairs and lK*||<*vlng tlud they voted fur a change. Capper's PRICE. FIVE CENTS BURLINGTON TO FORM ALLIANCE WITH NEW D.& R. G. REPORTED | Thru System From The (treat Lakes I To Tl»c Coast In Plan; Negotia tions Are On. Say Officials. | I That the Burlington railroad may form an alliance with the Western | Pacific and the Denver Sc Itlo (irande. [ reciMitl.v sold to Western Pncillc In tenets at foreclosure sale, for a thru route from the (Sreat Ijiki*s. Missis sippi and .Missouri river valleys, to the I'acitlc coast, is contained in a report from Salt Lake City, received last week. That such an alliance Is |>ending j was admitted yesterday by I*. H. Kus lis. passenger traffic manager of the Iturlingtoii railroad. Mr. Fustis said that tlie Burlington already lias liegini thru passenger ser vice in co-operation with the former Denver Sc Itlo (irande and that there would Is* a change Dee. 1 In the mer chandise routings that would iiichm a new thru route from the Burlington terminals in the Last to the Pacific coast. Following the sale of the Itlo <irande property last Saturday John F. Bowie. New York counsel for the Western Pacific, who hid ill the railroad, an nounced that no alliances would Is* formed with any lines east of Denver I hut that an "open road" policy would lie maintained with all lines. Local railroad men profess to Isdleve that the announcement in connection with the Burlington means that the hitter Inis entered into arrangement for handling of its traffic on tin* Hlo tiramie-Western Pacific rails In «*onfnr iinlly with the open road policy of the new owners of the Hlo <irande proper ty. and who are also owners of the Western Pncillc. iHmvcr News Tin* Freight on Himes In the Fast, unscrupulous dealers in shoes an* telling their customers as an excuse for holding up high prices, that it now Is iicccssji ry to addauolher dol lar or two to the prhr. Ia*cniisc of the Increase in freight rates. An ex|s*rt tlgures that this Incmisc amounts to three sixteenths of a cent a pound, or hot quite ft cents a pair, all told, for the entire freight. Mil after tip* t\Jde leaves the farm until the alines reach the consumer. But then, any excuse Is valid if It Is neceptwl. OUR BOOSTER NUMBER Tlx* Herald will endeavor to get nut • m New Year's Day what Is termed a It.H.ster Nimilmr. It will Ik* our Inten tion to raver the ri*soiir«*cK of the coun ty and in every possible way Imkwi Meeker and Rio Hlaueo county to its fullest extent. This will Ik* an np|M>rtunity for ••very merchant mid business man to Immisl bis business by nvcrtisiug It. Tills edition will not go alone to tlx* sul»sorllN*rs oil the regular list hut to all tlx* |N*op|c of the ramify. AIMUII ii tlioii-mixl copies will Ik* sent within tlx* comity limits aixl as many more -aitside. in tlx* stale iiud else when*. We have a large list of |K*ople who are pros|M*<*tlve locators. Prapli* who wish to |o<"ito soini* where tmt are iilideliT mliicd nml are looking for Information regarding tlx* place. Now If they h<*<* a good live edition it will np|K*ul to them and without a doubt. cause many to locate We have not tlx* time to go to each one of you and explain tlx* ill ms of this iiiiiiilhm*. We are now working upon It in all tlx* span* linn* available. We had mint her tiling in view when we de-lded Upon tills s|M*eiul <*dltloil. Tlx* Herald isniglit a linotype a year -igo which was not installed until last lllly <fii<* to tlx* Inability to got things from Rllle last spring. However when we did get it installed we were not in •diapo to get out a s|M*elal edition iis planned so put it off until this time. With the linotype, which does away with the old hand setting and puts a pa|K*r In mi altogether different |s*sl- Hoii we will endeavor to get out a ls*t (er pa|K*r Ii transforms a back wimkls sh<*et into an up to date country pa|K*r. For Hint reason wo nre getting out tlx* speeial edition as ii new leaf In tlx* progress of Tlx* Herald and wo will lienee forth endeavor to k<*cp up tlx* good work started. W<* have already received several orders for space and much encourage ment which shows that some of the |K*opb* are taking an inler<*st In tlx* edition. 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