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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

V ft and Pilot FIFTEENTH yka'r. BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON JULY 1 191C. NUMT&K 177 7) Condensed Statement of (Ac Condition of . July ladies' Ready-to-Wear At Sale Prices 35 53 53 33 rnn Mi All on Sale 3S 5S 53 33 100 LADIES' WAISTS 75c value on Sale at It Hereto i. &C0. V MR V A a return - ' Under the ? V .lege Statfun. ' r 2." Tulane University .JVj ' College second tc J " ;k Military Acadc ' V Antonio Fair at return game he schedt V game with the as at Austin is cut is given up to a A iversity at Houstol .dule ever arrangt V-ollege and it brii . i m In nnntAct wj teams in the Sou nna crnnia Tvlflil liu'exas is sufficient J Jlf the two teams. Howell & Newton Wants Your July Grocery Account Phones 23 and ISO GOV. CAMPBELL ' Story Goes That He Seeks to Put Par- doned Man Back in Prison. u know you hi i are always satil Wi Mar'-jne Austin Texas July 1. It leaked out yesterday that the governor was Im- posed upon in granting a pardon to a man either in the penitentiary or...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

s ' 1"" i 1 1 .; i '. i i ) f -' J v re ' " ; ri n ma v -I t "V.;"' 73 W V For the next 30 days this firm will place on sale all ladies ready-to-wear and millinery -at a deduction never at tempted by any firm in the South and the prices we are quoting is only a traction or what it ts worth but to man a complete and thorough ciean-up positively requires radical reductions and tnis is wnat we are giving you. hundreds of other items will he included in this Sale 1 infact you will find in each and every department unheard of bargains consisting of towels table linen napkins; l k00fo mllmir Vococ klt rtnnAc nrtA nnmprmic rtkr orfinlpc th at nripp KpIow. Remember this is the Closing Out 1 Saleand these prices will not be offered you again. So take early advantage of the biggest reduction and complete?! values we have ever offered you. f ' Ofk riawc Coa IVtiixf Clcaw rrciwMc Mck nrhnnrlicc s Millinery Flowers Ready-to-Wear Muslin Underwear all on Sale. i i in If sr J: III. 1 M 100 doz blea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

I) rv W- v '.Vil ir ii i ''V M: 7 .utl i I rii w) iiEiys in brief Eventt of th6World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a . Glance. ..The Jll38laali)pi campaign for gen V. tor members of congress and state of fleers opened yesterda1 ft"-Meridian. it A hot time Is exacted the contest between Percy and Vardaraan. MORE ABOUT WIRELESS. The Wireless Telephone Man Still Here and Much Interest In His ' Machine. Noe In political row at Sommervllle a man named Heed was shot perhaps fatally and two other persons were Injured. A man named Tom Roe was arreitld and taken to Caldwell tharg ed wlii sfcootlng Reed 1 tale-department of agriculture ring to receive ginners' re f citon during the season ilifrested six men for shoot 'tng l:ins hi a gaiabllng room over a Galvest ' I Th 7 Is pr torts P k ;ipB m a gaiabil stiu Jaloon. ' The'New York assembly Ignored '.I . Roosivlt's advice In regard to nomi nation ty direct primary. The Wty I.f VI. Mnl6ons in kshury has licensed direct violation of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

Crgmt Sattg'&tgl AND PILOT. (Published overy day except Sunday.) By THE EAGLS PRINTING CO. Entered as Second-Clara Matter April 28 1910 at the Poatofnce at Bryan Texas under the Act ol March 3 187S. Rates of Subscription. One month S 40 Thre months 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertising rates on application Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fail to deliver the paper or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle is authorized to make the following announcements subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held In July: For Congress HON. RUFUS HA'ttDY. of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN. W. L. EDGE. For District Attorney E. A. WALLACE of Rockdale. W. C. DAVIS. For District Clerk. J. W. BARRON For County Judge A. G. BOARD. J. T. MALONEY. For County Attorney LAMAR BETHEA LAW HENDERSON. For County Clerk WILL S. HIGGS. W. C. BOYETT For 8herlff JOHN D. CONLEE. For Tax Collector W. WIPPRECH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

1 The Things That Count V 2z city' cmsW It ikn't the profit on un sale that swell's our income hut it's the wits of the ttaon that count. We "Make G'od"' with our customers not by selling cheap goodi at a low price hut by giving them the best at (air price. We have the right PAINT for every pur- pose and our Paint Price tave5 you money. . j. Jenkins sue RAILROAD TIME CARD. - H. & T. C. 8chedule. No. 3 porthbound 11:59 a.m. No. 6 iortbbound ...1:02 a.m. No. 9. jiortb bound 2:20 p.m. No. 2jJout"00uDl 2:47 Pm- No. e southbound 2:62 a.m. .No. 10 southbound 8:46 p.m. I. t G. N. Schedule. No 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Right This Way .npyoa wish to teauco jour grocery bill buy your groceries herj aud you are sure to get the best at the most reasonable prices. For Example. Finest Cake Flour per sack $1 .70 Hlgeet grade Peaches. 3 lb. can... 25c Highest grade 1'lums 5 lb. can...2ic Highest grade Pears 5 lb. can.... 25a Highest grade Pineapple 5 lb. can 25c Van Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 July 1910

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The district conference for the Huntsville district will begin Its" ses- sion at Conroe July 12. and continue three days. The delegates from the Bryan church are: W. H. Cole C. M. Bethany R. O. Allen ft. S. Webb W. J. Coulter; alternates 11. V. South J. E. Covey. The presiding elder Rev. F. M. Boyles. ha delatnaicd the after- noon session of Yedntauty Juiy 13 for the consideration of the Laymen's Movement and Judge W. L. Dean of Huntsville lay leader ror the district announces that he has secured some able and entertaining speakers for that occasion. copyright: Will Summer FURNITURE wear? Depends pnthe kind. What we sell for a lifetime usage indoors or out. It lasts too long we only get our profit in years. What do you care? Let us show you our Summer Furniture for the lawn porch and every room in the house. Buchanan-Moore Go. Con riihl 1409 bf C. E. Zlmmermin'Co. No- H If you give an articleof JEWELRY or anything that comes from our store-something that is use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

n t i I i 1 I I 1 - JA7 VJ VJ kVU V V v and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 2 191C. NUMDER 178 ; n n n nff3 MID Ladies' Boatfy-to-fc At Sale Prices " i nue.ii win All on Sale 3S S& 5S 53 100 LADIES' WAISTS 75c valife on Sale at S& 55 55 53 You; an '.'Buy It Here for Less A. J. WA GNER &C0. Howell & Newton Wants Your July t Grocery Account Phones 23 and ISO JEFFRIES-J FIGHT BULLET The Eagle hat arranged with one of the leading newt attociationa of the ttate to get telegraphic bulletin! of the Jeffriet-Johnton fight on next Monday afternoon. The bulletlnt will be received round by round at the fight proceedt red hot off the wiret and will be given o the public at they are reecived. The Eagle will keep "open house" during the fight and itt friendt and the public are cordially invited to be pretent and get the newt J at the fight progresses.. The ladiet are cordially invited and chaira will be provided for them. The bulletina will be read throug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

I I v. THE CECS III BRIEF EvenU of th World Boiled Don for th Busy Man to Read at a Glance. . J. W. Riggine foraer mayor of Wa- co will establish a hog ranch of 10- (00 acres near Amarlllo. Report of the Condition of the CITY NATIONAL BANK At Bryan In the State of Texas at the close of business June . 30 1910: Judge Polndexter at Orange denied the report that a building belonging to him had been used as a saloon with fcis coasent 3reat efforts are being made to get Roosevelt back into politics again but whether they will be successful or not it uncertain. ' A storm In the southern part of Coleman county killed one man fatally Injured his wife and wrecked 8 or 10 bouses. Texas will bring suit in the United States supreme court for possession of the islands in the Sabine river claimed by Louisiana. E. H. Terrell of San Antonio form- er minister to Belgium and a promi- nent Republican politician died last night. One man was killed and another se verely hurt by the breaking of a fly whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

LJj i ' u .... TO ClIiusJ i... ! P CATHCDPAL AT JAttTO DOtlWGO "Wr ftCTSO ttt i HEN the Spanish discoverers "TTTfTn and explorers of America drove I t I the prows of their frail vessels j V I through unknown seas In search of the India of their dreams they left Europe stir- ring with that new life which was to blossom In the renais- sance. The dark ages were Just closing and the wealth of knowledge and art so long boarded in monasteries and leastles barred from the flow of human life was about to burst forth like a flood to refer klllze European civilization. Crumbling archi- tect ie was being restored churches and pal- laces"were being founded great engineering 'works undertaken. In many respects Indeed .the wonderful activities and achievements of that time may be compared with those of our lown in spite of the differences in methods materials and purpose. When Columbus left !Palos in 1492 St Peter's at Rome was in the bands of builders filled with the new ideas but jwaitfng for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

- ...... ' - TV . Crijan Daily .gl AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) By THE EAGL3 PRINTING CO. CaUrod as Second-Clars Matter April X8 1B10. at the foatoinc at Bryan Texas nnier the Act of March 1 1879. Rates of Subscription. One month ...... f 40 Three months 1.00 One year 4.00 . Advertises- ratea on application. for. Evaalona and deceptions should not be tolerated. A Houston Post headline epeaks of boards should be wholly self-sacrificing should give up eoctety deny her- self to her friends eat sparingly rise early read uplifting books love chNd-) ren. wear .nectaries dres. with rhr."-40 Opportunity That Must Be orous economy put aside worldllness. wea. 8 a rigm w wuwaie - practice trigonometry attend the n oilr'unlty nen tber 00 aJtei: l!irgey attended receptions of the sea- Em- sociJiyptK teachers' Institutes give liberally to charity frown upon courting go un kissed and be good to the sick all for $60 a month. Galveston News Pharisaical trustees make puritan! cal t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

Th- Things That Oount fZT V It isn't the profit I iJ- our income but it V-JCITTCK- A on one sale that iwelllii ' the sales of the season that count. E.J.JENKINS I" RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound. ...... ...11:59 am. No. JJorthbound '.....1:02 a.m. No. 9 northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2. soutbboihid 2:47 p.m. .No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. - I. A G. N. Schedule. No 14 northbound ......1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Right This Way If you wish to reduce yoor grocery bill buy your groceries berj and you re sure to get the best at the most reasonable prices. For Example. Finest fake Flour per sack $1.70 Higest grade Peaches 3 lb. can..2Ec Highest grade Plums 5 lb. can... 26c Highest grade Pears 5 lb. can.... 25c Highest grade Pineapple 5 lb. can 25c Van Camp's Hominy 3 lb. can.... 10c Van Camp's Kraut 3 lb. can. '....10c Best Peanut Butter 10c Best Orated Coacoanut 2 pkgs...15c Garrett Snuff bottle.. 20c" Id lb. Best Granulated sug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 2 July 1910

FOR SALE.- J Will aell for cash the J. E. Player general stock of merchandise at Mil- lican. valued at about $2200. Will al- so sell brick store house Id which same is situated. Will also sell gin plant In the town of MHIIcan being the only one at that place. Alao have farm consisting of 307 acres of land for sale near the town of MIMIcan v also some vacant lots In the town of MlUlcan. Apply to V. B. Hudson at torney for Mrs. J. E. Player poatoffice Address Bryan Texas. 189w3 DR. ALGlfc BENBOW. 0NTIT OVER rin3T NATIONAL BANK. COPYRIGHT. Will Summer FURNITURE 1 wear? Depends onthe kind. What we sell for a lifetime usage indoors or out. It lasts to long we only get our profit in years. What do you care? Let us show you our Summer Furniture for the lawn.porch and every room in the house. ' Buchanan-Moore Go. Coiwwm k C. E. Zimmtrnian'Co.Ne. 4 If you give an articie of anything that comes from or our store-something that is used as an ornament and is brought into daily use you will give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

r f ' i 0 iB' and Pilot BRYAN'' TEXAS MONiJAY AFTERNOON JULY 4 191C. NUMBER 179 FIFTEENTH YEAR. 11 July 9 L da Ready-to- Wear i i All on sale at Startling REDUCTIONS 5& 53 3$ 33 )ne lot Brown Linen Wash Skirts former price $3.50 now $1.75 S& SS S& Ladies' White Lawn Waists Former price $1.00 now 49c 53 33 53 33 Each and Every Article in f Millinery And Ready-to-wear o o Positively to be closed out in 30 days and to make a complete sue- cess we have marked all at HALF PRICE A. J. WA GMR &C0. Howell & Newton Wants Your July Grocery Account F hones 23 and 150 J HIE CHAMPION Knocked Jeffries Out in Fifteenth Round Win- ning Heavy Weight Championship of the World. Reno Xev. July 4. 1 p. m. West- ern time 1:10 p. m. More than twenty thousand seats been sold at from $10 to $r.O each. Everything1 in readiness for battle to start In 30 min- utes. Betting brisk. 10 to 6 In favor of Jeffries. Bulletin 1. Crowd held out until 11:4.") a. m. and at that hour a mass vas formed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

Johnson booked Jeff with the left in the face in a clinch. The skin was scraped on Jeff's left cheek and the blood showed. Johnson uppercut Jeff 'W.h left almost closing Jeff's eye then Johnson worked the right upper- cut reaching the face. Jeff rubbed hi3 6wollen eye as he went to his corner. Round 7. Johnson stepped in with lefthooks. Jeff blocked two of them and they clinched. Johnson began feinting rap- idly and Jeff circled ronnd. They parred a great .while-without either man leading. The round ended with fconors even. Round 8. s. Jeff went to-close quarters rpiickiy find they mixed it. Johnson began Jeering Corbett in Jeff's corner ask- ing him how he liked the looks of things. Corbett replied that he wnois't'es of life laugtied last laughed best. They milled awhile clinched and the round ended in Johnson's favor. Round 9. Jeff came up crouching. Johnson danced away and tried a straight left which -was blocked. Jeff shoved a right against the rib. They clinched. They break and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

( f. ! 4 cTD-ne Am i 4c zii ii it ii H it it it it - i KM.MS mmHi bu.md tiw.i. i i imww i i .11 . 1.1. Girl Asks Senators WASHINGTON. The millionaires of the senate have been pleading- ly requested by a young country girl of Virginia to donate their aggregated Income for 24 hours In order that she 01 ay be enabled to acquire such an education as Will qualify her for the professlot.'W teaching school. She feels that this would not In the leaBt Impoverish them while It would en- rich her beyond hope's desire. The ambitious girl who has made this unusual appeal resides at Volney Va. She rescrlbes herself as being fifteen years old and earnestly seek- ing to better her condition and pro- vide some means by which she can become self-supporting.' Her com- munication Is entirely frank and fear- less and the writer Is apparently con- vinced that a favorable reply will come along at no distant date. The little Virginia lass simply ad- dressed her letter: "The Senate Messrs." and then branche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

Organ Saily Eagk AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) By THE EAGL5 PRINTING CO. Bnterod as Second-Clare Matter April 28 1910 at the Poetofflce at Bryan Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. Rates of Subscription. One month 40 Three months 1-00 One year 4.00 Adverting rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor or. the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fail to deliver the paper or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eag'? is authorized to make the following announcements subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held in July: For Congress HON. RUFUS HA'rtDY of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. U FOUNTAIN. W. L. EDGE. For District Attorney E. A. WALLACE of Rockdale. W. C. DAVIS. For District Clerk. J. W. BARRON For County Judge A. G. BOARD. J. T. MALONEY. For County Attorney LAMAR BETHEA LAW HENDERSON. For County Clerk WILL S. HIGGS. W. C. BOYETT For 8heriff JOHN D. CONLEE. For Tax Collector W. WIPPRECHT. ED ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

he Things That Count 'si II SsiBe It isn't the profit on one tale that iwellls our income but it's the tales of the season that count. We "Make God" with our customers- nut by selling cheap goods at a low price but by giving them the best at a fair prr. We have the right PAINT for every pur- pose and our Paint Prices saves you money. of I E.J.JENKINS Nettietons High Grade Shoes Srpeva VNDCITYCOBff - RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. 4. T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound 11:.VJ a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m. Nay9. northbound 2:20 p.m. No. .' southbound 2:47 p.m. No. C southbound 2: '2 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. i. A. G. N. Schedule. No 14 northbound 1:41 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Mrs. John E. Astin Is visiting In Austin. J. C. Lloyd 'a;is In today from Re- liance. i Mrs. S. V. i'ti.si'n went 10 Houston Sunday. J. P. Royder was up today from Wellborn. Hynum Reason of Eds win in the city todav. Rev. K. L. Nasli of Edtfe was in the thy today. Miss Clyde Smart is visiting rela- tives In...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 4 July 1910

. ... ....3. r- i . ''if t f x The Only Original Tag- Edge Dry Goods Co. Were You There? Why Not? Every one bought liberally every- one was satisfied. This is the satis- faction Store. As an extra inducement we are giving three premiums each day of the sale five dollars to the fiirst three to the second two dollars to the third. The winners for Saturday were B. H. Holland first Mrs. A. R. Winters second Mrs. J. R. Hays third. Incomparable values are being offered each day of this Big Clean- up Sale of all summer merchandise. Don't be misled by inflated prices remember we offer one thousand dollars to any Instution as a guaran- tee that each and every article in the entire house has been reduced in price. IS null a;. ft 'C"vr embroidery JQ 27 inch al'-over T'ouncnv' 33 25c Dutch and Fancy Collar-; J Q 50c Lawn Dross I'attrrn 2S $1.00 and .1.25 While Vva.sis White ami IV.ack Chip Straw Sailors 42 $7.50 I'ortiers with Fancy Dresden Holder 2S Ready M:ide rvimonas J Q 1 1-4 Mieeiini; 23 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 5 July 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. iiRYAN TEXAN TUKSUAY AFTERNOON. JULY 5 191C. NUMBER 180 July f Ready-to- Wear All on sale at Startling REDUCTIONS S3 53 5S 5S One lot Brown Linen Wash Skirts former price $3.50 now $1.75 5$ 53 53 . 33 Ladies9 hite wn Waists Former price $1.00 now 49 c 53 53 53 53 Each and Every Article in Millinery And Ready-to-wear o o Positively to be closed out in 30 days and to make a complete sue cess we have marked all at HALF PRICE A.J. WA GNER &C0. Howell & Newton Wants Your July Grocery Account Phones 23 and 150 CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER III E Heart Failure Suddenly Brought Low Greatest Jurist of All the World. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION HELD WITH RELIANCE CHOIR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. Bar Harbor Maine July 5. Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller of the United States supreme court died of heart failure at his summer home In Sorrento at six o'clock yesterday morning. The death of the chief Justice was entirely unexpected as he has been ap- parently in pood health lately ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 5 July 1910

time to time at places where It Is held. E. U. PETERS s JESSE HRNSARLING T. A. TOBIAS i GEORGE JOXES Committee. A committee on obituaries was ap- pointed as follows: J. M. Bullock J. P. Gilpin E. U Peters. The following committee was ap- pointed on books and periodicals: J. S. Smith J. A. Henry and J. C. Cloud. The committee on books and peri- odicals recommended the use by the convention of the "Trio" and "Quar- tette" which was adopted. The Invitation of Bright Light choir to hold the next convention with them was unanimously accepted and the text meeting will be held there on the first Sunday and Saturday before in July 1911. Prof. O. W. Peters was elected to deliver the annual address on music at the next convention. The remainder of the day was de- voted to c'ass singing and special songs by Steep Hollow choir Prof. I. I. Ishell of Waco Mr. John Cotton and assistants W. B. English and as- sistants and the Magness Brothers of Madison county. Convention adjourned until Sunday mor...

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