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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANMIAL SUMMARY OP- SOUTHWESTERN- PROGRESS. 55 Strong Representatives Of the B JUDGE ALniQRT UACON FALL. Tho bonoh and bar of El rnso arc sec ond to none In tho entire southwest, iii tho ability, scholarly attainments, and the high quality of legal talent dis played by its members. Of these none have won higher esteem or moro uni versal respect from tho fraternity and the people than judge Albert 13. Full, who maintains his offices and u largo library at rooms 403-401 Guaranty Trust building. Judgo Fall was appointed assoclato Justlco of the supreme court of Now Mexico by Grover Olovoland, which po sition ho hold for a number of years, nd when Gov. Curry was appointed ho was again appointed attorney general. During tho Spanish-American war he was captain of company H, In the lsi, territorial roglment, United Suites vol unteers. Judge Fall lfl and has been for 23 yenrs a resident of Now Moxleo. Re tiring from tho practice of law several years since, lio litis devoted hi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

TtaiMlV 56 EL PASO I-1EBALD SKYSOKAPER EDITION, 1910. Professional M en In El Paso Are Leaders 'J'lIK TEXAS MKIlC'AN'I'IIiIS MJIOXCV. Tho btul debt collector Is ono of tho most fearless Individuals In a city. Tho dcadbent and bill dodger tiro hid v'c tlms. No city is without tho diudbrt nnd tho slow pay person, and tho only thing that makes him pay up Is 'o git tho collection agency after him. There nro collection agencies organ ized like tho Plnkerton Detective agency, having an operator In every city and town. Tho Texas Mercantile agency Is one of those, with l.ondiuarlors in this city, In the Tru.t bull'ii..?. This agency U managed bv J. II. Syn nott, an able attorney, who enjoys the esteem of bench and bar throughout tho state. This agency la primarily a part of tho American Collection service, sale", to bo 'the most efficient collection sys tem In America. Ln mHIMon to this, Manager Synnott Is a member of, and is endorsed and bonded by scores of such agencies, and list companie...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HTSRAIJD--ANNXJAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 57 Great Rio THE expected progress on tho Englo dam was not matlo during tho year 1D09, because of tho Inability o tho government and tho owners of land to be overflowed, to agrco upon tho prlco to bo paid, but progress was made, and tho government has strrted condemnation proceedings In tho New lt ,H ejected that the original cstlmato Mexico courts, so that there will bo oC tho tmo nc0(lod for ihc construo but llttlo more delay. This delay, while uon of thc dam wm bo rC(iucca, regrettable, la not serious, beyond n few Tj,js 1h an international project, bo months lost time, and, In fact, tho gov- nff intendod to supply citizens of the eminent has novor entirely suspended valley below Juarez, In tho republic of the work at tho dam. Appraisers havo Mexico, with thc water adjudged to bo been appointed by tho court and they theirs by prior appropriation, and Is will soon make their report. not only tho most Important enterprlso...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

58 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, .1910. Great Southwest Has Many Irrigation Works THIS Carlsbad (N. M.) project Is a completed system of irrigation, except that old wooden gales will be replaced by concrete structure as fast as possible, and now cannls and laterals will be constructed. The gov ernment took over this project after the washing out of the dam some years ago, and has now Invested $087,600, and at the close of the year 1910 will have n total investment In the project of a littlo more than $70G,000. An appropriation of $17,500 for the coming year will admit of progress in tho work of roplaclng the wooden gates and the construction of needed main canals and laterals. Tho Blnclc river cutoff, a part of tills enterprise, was completed lnte in September. Hondo Project. This Is tho one completed irrigation project in Now' Mexico which has not been put into use. Since its comple tion the drainage territory above it has been visited by a drouth, which Is now believed to bo ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

" EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 59 Range Conditions Of Southwest In Detail EL PASO Is tho contor of an exten sive stock country, and has de veloped into ono of the best mar kets In the west, which makes rango conditions n matter of general Interest. Tho year Just closed was a remark able one In many respects, many sec tions suffering from n Jack of precipi tation, while others had an unusual quantity, and thoro was consequently Bomo lo?3 of livestock. These- losses, where above normal, were In certain sections, sometimes a long strip of country having no rain and losing heavily In livestock, while a few miles on cither side tho ranges would be In fair or good condition, and tho stock men suffer no unusual loss. Tho losses also ran with tho overstocked ranges. The following partial reports will bo of Interest: Sierra County, Tho ranges of Sierra county aro In fair condition for winter feed, except In some sections, where ruin failed during the past summer. A...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

"iaaStoWMhN'-' " 60 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. -iiffijBWy rizona Leads the World In Copper Output Arizona led tho production of United States for copper In 1908, and the United States led the world, and while Iho returns for 1909 aro not yel In, It Is fairly certain that the ter riloiy will bo found to have kept Its place for 1909 by reason of an in creased production over 1908. Nearly all the copper production of Ai'lvrmn itth Mm v,,Ann ..r m. United Verde mlno al Toronto Is In flm i mcu ciuo mine at Jciome, Is In the 1.1 Paso trade territory of southern "' 'M'"i uiui wim iiiu uuveiupmeut ui the year 1909 as a guide it Is safe to predict a still greater production for iw, vnr,,. mm MM, ...i. ...!.-.., nf r Mm f . .' i' T1o Cactus Development company profitable returns and thero Is less huz- pnrt o tho '.onltory scorns to have a cnrrlos on worlc ut tho rnl0 o 10oo ard In such Jnvcstmonls than lu any copper bottom, and the best of It Is tho feet a month on Its propertie...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANlsTCJAL SUM MARX. OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 61 New Reduction Works For Chihuahua THE mining Interests of the state of Ghlhunlnia wore widely affected by tho financial troubles of the Unlled Ntntcs, beginning In J 907, but no Htato of tho ropubllc ha.s recovered more rapidly, und all tho mining states of tho republic felt tho IB offocts of that unfortunate slump Tho year 1909 was one of rapid progross In almost every mining dlHtrlct of the slate, and the year onded with more capital flow ing Into tho different districts for tho development of mining and kindred In dustries than ever beforo In itH history. 'J'hu 1)1 Inch of OcamiM). El Pnso was Hcvorely affected by the failure of tho Greene companies operat ing In the slates of Chihuahua and Sonorn, more ho than any other city In the United States, and It Is a pleasure to be ablo to record tho fact of tho re opening of nearly every mining camp in the state of Chihuahua closed by that failure. The groat properties of t...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. Northern Mexico Has Wonderful Future 62 The northern states of Mexico in cluding Chihuahua, Sonorn, Coahullu, Putnngo ami Slnaloa are In tho near futuro to sue a great development, prin cipally along tho lines of mining and cattle raising, and In a lossor dogreo agriculture will como In for a sharo of attention. It Is conceded by all who lenov? tho states of northern Mexico that the clim ate is wondorfully healthy. Tho high elevation over the greater part and tho dry climate In winter and spring, make that part of tho year very agreeable for outdoor life. The rainy season, oc curring In July, August and September, Is tho warm and iultry weather or tho year, but oven In tho warmest woathor tho high elevation, ranging from 3000 to 7000 feet, makes It far from dis agreeable. From Soptembor till July very little rain falls, and cold weather, as known In tho north and east, Is a thing unknown. Tho further south the moro rain thoro Is In tho rainy ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

Mi PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. ...y j- a: ."v: W W rs. j OsGura- , ogwTgtf c( j mxvf (-&V& -." - u Wit I l.J i PC$ ui3& l? CrocKtr iu & &f ''Tr'St sS fcuchlllo W3S r 5EtvjU J jwnn aiire. i MM BV ixVUer -JV A -ai ja B!r : ia a . , ?"' ' I Yi ?,'sw X ". imrf' 3i .-.,. -yOliaUtMc Rxtvcovu k h--" rHoclct ,?n 1 - ?7WA II W A ;- i r n cot in A,wrt,;.; r DIVERSION WHy I JT. v Oman. I & - K4cm.DoTv AtUt- 1 s v II V '? i - i& 0 teiH Ata? w. r uiuftt Ps. V V 3 I ft lfi w SftT J. ?o s It ui. T FFr v ., oIRa-.- .rt 6Via ftnLfv5 L VfAi MEXICO r MEXICO wiriMiaa vjuarKZ. it CMx.- SCtL 1? . T J jjauoi7 jo mtscu Cunty $&$ GENERAL MAP of the fort. "River Rio Grande Project Tewporv After the Official Mop by the United States Reclamation Service Showing the Location of ,200,000 FERTILE ACRES ' n n w , IMI IUJWIII M IH To be reclaimed at a cost exceeding $8,000,000 TUlftyQ6 AlUfnoc)or& rrZ z 3g Carxtn-? II Esco-Hbfta W i --. - v reW U7V-p i r ...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

MMhfrr 64 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EMTTON, 1910. I I , , - ' ' To Cattlemen and Miningmen ii ! I I I i mm I I I I II II ' ' .... h of BSOLUTELY the best building lot in the heart of the bus iness center of El Paso, Tex., is for sale. It contains nearly 5000 square feet, and as an investment is unparalleled. Refer to the map on this page, showing the location of this lot. El Paso will grow faster in the next five years than ehe has grown in the last ten. Practically all the inside business property in El Paso, especially the corners, is held in strong hands and is not for sale at any price within reach. The lot herein offered for sale is one of the most desirable in the city, for office building, bank or retail trade pur poses, or for investment 'or speculation. It is absolutely unique in its superb exposure, fronting on three main thoroughfares, and its southeastern and south western exposures be ing forever protected by the open plaza. Myrtle and San An tonio streets will un doubt...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

,xk "l O. T. Bassett & Co. Lumber El Paso Texas ) A High Class Work at Moderate Prices. :: :: Quick Service WeDeliver The Goods 4 Texas Engraving & Electro Co. HOUSTON, TEXAS Halftones Zinc Etchings Electrotyping Color Plates Mathews & Dyer -Real Estate and Insurance The firm composed of Tj. P. Mathews and II. Clay I)er began business In 101 Paso loss than throe years ago, but thoy have become widely known for their largo measures of enterprise and (heir success In connection with their general real ostato, rental and insur ance buslnoss. In tho lattor Interest thoy represent tho Prussian National and Continental Flro Insuranco com pany as local agonts. As doalers and Investment agonts, they handle all descriptions of city and country property; thoy aro builders of homes and have for sale large tracts of tho flnost valley lands. Their office is at 117 North Rtnnlon street. The part ners aro members of alio City and 101 l'aso Valley Improvement association. This firm has ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

A.. " -Jt!vJ - smm.iimn JOHN WALTHALL Pear Land Apple Land Grape Land Alfalfa Land Onion Land Investments Rooms 421, 422 Trust Bldg. Asparagus Land Celery Land Cantaloupe Land Corn Land Wheat Land Texas, New Mexico and Mexico Lands ii Have a few choice tracts of Valley Land lying close to LasCruces, sub-divided in 5 and 10 acre tracts, planted in Apples 3 years old and Pears 1 and 2 years old. I offer this land on monthly payments, or on liberal terms to suit purchaser. Write me for particulars and terms, JOHN WALTHALL Rooms 421, 422 Trust Bldg. EL PASO, TEXAS Sunshine Valley Co. OWNERS OF Nicholas Galles't President John Deegan Vice President Judge F. W. Parker Director Mesa Heights Addition to Las Cruces John Walthall Gen. Sales Agent El Paso. Tex. Rooms 421-422 Trust Building Every Lot In Corporate Limits Every Lot High and Level Every Lot Fronts a Wide Str Every Lot Backs an Alley Over 850 lots sold to the best people in New Mexico and Texas. Only a few left and they will be sol...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

lu v Jt All tbe News fleraldPrintsIt first While It's Fresh. Comparisons With, a Few Years Ago Show an In crease Fifteen Fold. FOTJB EAILROADS, 470,000 CAELOADS This Large Total Was De livered into El Paso Dur ing Year Just Closed. The city 04 El Paso made a most wonderful progress during the year 1909, and in no line of business -was that progress and prosperity more pro nounced than with the railroads enter ing the city- "With the close of the year, the officials were brought to realize the tremendous volume of busi ness done during 1909, the aggregate on four roads being more than 470,000 cars handled through the railroad yards of the city during that period. The totals for 1908 ran about 425,000 cars. A com parison by roads appears on page 32 and 33 of the annual review section. Fourteen years ago last December The Herald announced the largest railroad business ever done In the city up to that time, the G. H. & S. A. having handled a total of 7500 cars during the month of No...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

4 MURDER CASES ARE ROW SEI j I Eyster's C, O. D. Grocery Now 1 1 tt m W0 l i il&nsn FtiMii9 Ifffnets J wa.wM... w r v unequauea pw y j? f ill Vt$? H&t t Customers here tMs week are unanimous in their opinion that no pre vious, or present, sale in El Paso approaches our present Clean Sweep Sale. Every article in stock is included, and marked at a Clean Sweej) price. There yet remains an immense amount of merchandise to be sacrificed, and we ask that you come the balance of the week and take advantage of Clean Sweep values. y Some of the items that stand out strongly are 29.50 Tailored Suits for $15.00 "We have grouped, especially for the balance of the -week's sell ing, 150 high class tailored suits. The7 represent every style of the present season. The materials are of the best, in the fash ionable colorings and the size range is complete. Values up to $29.50; dean Sweep price is $5 Petticoats $2.95 $2 Sweaters $1.25 c; il Now In On la A lE ff A lot of high, grade taffeta si...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

"Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. FiaaBBBBaBBaagKaBBgaB9aaBBBaBBaB9EiBsaaBBnaB9aBBBe5ZKBEaBn Buy Your &, - em Bfe H IH Tfr I inl BmR KgiEB. lgtt cK BThI 9 E IkTiH I surface, Seventh 4,160 Oiled macadam South Santa Fe, "West Boule vard 2,360 Straight macadam County road on Alameda street. . 6,520 Petrolithic Mundy avenue, "West Main (County road) Misc. streets, Sunset and Mundy Heights; Wyo ming street 14,490 jiUMI ttHWi, 1 rf'i I ' ill la.TL2xzzxzn t Hand Tailored Suits eoneim s iirer9s Prices ALL THIS WEEK ' BItulithic In city 50,670 Less Than Maouf Pavement in city 80,345 15.18 Cobblestone navement Al- leys, Newman street 6,060 1.15 .7S r? .45 1 f ; 1.23 1 9.59 JtlL t s J -. IfSr sa IBM! fiKNEa US? LS 8s IES3H bHmmi 9hB IflHSH ji i K 0 B SB W"S' B 0r wa B C Hi a BF SP V7 HI E 1 All new, fresh, guaranteed goods. City and out-of- I town orders promptly filled. Lay in a big supply at an immense saving. Large wihite Xavy Beans, d 7 ? per 100 lbs sPar i D Frijolcs (Pink Beans), $ AA per 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PASO HE Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. urnitwe Slaughter None to Dealers SPRINGER'S is a household word in El Paso if a Real Furniture Sale has any influence on the public mind; so join the crowd of eager buyers. Remember, such snaps can't last long, so save E BALD HaPHMEgggS "'j I JlMJ:1-,"g M fc. 9 lli ' " 1 1 f . J AGAIN llS WE SAY 1 1 For the 999th Time II I wLJ & s & w r & & I i B S BpSi jB M? 4p wl b XT AT ST B B7 1 aVI B br I c a tiq r a rTin M" vpi?OU on ix It Is Possible SKJJ9J J This Week Purchase The "Lazear" Revolving Turkish Rocker nr Living Room Furniture In Fumed Oak and Early English. Lare-e. comfortable Rockers, in Spanish leather. Dav- enports that .are an ornament, to any home. They were bought for the holiday trade, but arrived too late. They are offered at 25 less than value. III Jl JjL ' I Advance Styles in Ladies' ' I (LfilaJ I I flillli. Stoves and Ranges, While They Last AT COST and' BELOW; This is a SNAP Factory Cost on IronBeds Iron Beds, just...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

.EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. ' : i - - U rr fxCflSLl Shoes 1 jever get into job lot or bargain sales. Yet every pair I is a genuine bargain. JPhe price is plainly stamped on each and every pair. A Style Boqk Mailed Free to Any Address A Com fortable) Last, a range of Sizes & Widths Always in Stock; All Leathers 1 Wi A 11 JjjS F JN jiiPi Jir JM War mtA This MMm Boot m $4.oo All Mail Orders Prompt ly Filled $5.00 to $8.00 worth of fit and wear compared to other makes in every pair of Begals. I Lerner Shoe Co. 215 El Paso St. Exclusive Agents. THE STARTING OF A BANK -ACCOUNT By A. Walter lifting. CORA met me in the nallway, fright and dismay written on her beau tiful little face. "What is it, little girl?" I asked, j pressing- her lips. "The the check, Billy! Oily check! -'What about your check?" tw "It's gone! "Been taken 'away! Stolen!" I looked my incredulity. "Stolen?" 1 said. "Stolen? That's a harsh -word to use In a Christian house." But I knew, if she had found...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. L PASO Established April, 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes -also, by absorption and succession. The Daily News, The Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribune, Tee Graphic The Sun, The Advertiser. The Independent, The Journal, The Republican. The Bulletin. ME3IBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD AMER. A'EWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people, that no gcod cause shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Business Office 115 Editorial Rooms 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department 116 IIKRAID TKLEPHOX XES. J TERMS OP SU3SCRJPTIOX. Dally Herald, per month, 60c; per year. $7. Weekly Herald, per year, $2. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort 31 las and Towne. Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. 'A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will plea...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL FASO HERALD "Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. Mary Mannering Divorced From Actor Husband Coffee r - , I 1 i - I - -'sisgSSalraS f -.V. ' . l4fItA fig I? FIANNERINQ JW0TO. BY JfOAKTJFOJV. New "Fork, Jan. 12. After hearing: many reports of impending; reconcilia tion between James K. Hackett ana his wife, Mary Mannering; friends f the couple in and out cf theatrical cir cles, were shocked to learn that an interlocutary decree of divorce had been granted Miss Mannering: by judge Blanchard in the supreme court, the judge basing his decision upon the re Dort of Maurice Delches, referee. Un der the terms of the decree the cus tDday of Elsie, their child of five years, once credited with having brought about a reconclliation)f the couple, was given to the mother. Our theories go to smash when they crash with the rock of facts. The only thing I have against you is that you are not an American. Tell them I can't accept the nomina tion for congress; I have to go to Eng land and be a damned lord. D...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 8 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. by any one We I -. i j, ..- -O.C- ; riAnn GrOld ITOpertieS 111 OOpper Camp Are Promising Gold Belt Is Operated Near Morenci. Clifton, Ariz., Jan. 12. After three years of systematic development work the New York-Arizona Gold and Cop per company has reached! a, point In Its history where a. reduction plant Is not only feasible, but with the immense bodies of low and high grade ores blocked out, assures a paying proposi tion. Immediate steps are being taken to erect a 10 stamp mill and tramway- The mill "will be equipped with American plates and cyanide plant, modern and complete In every respect. Mines Ih Gold Belt. The company owns 30 claims in the heart of the gold belt of the Morenci district, three miles west o Morenci. Upon these claims there is over 3500 feet of development work, 4ind the ore mow blocked ont, it Is estimated. Is suf ficient to keep a 10 stamp mill in con stant operation for two years. The attention of tnts management fo...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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