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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

how the refrigeration is produced but our space will not admit of going into detril besides those technicalities would not be of interest to the general reader The writer adds that this Denver plant tho only piaut in operation as yet holds to even tem- perature the butterroom of a largo com- mission house at 42 degrees Fahrenheit federal meatmarket rooms at 30 degrees Fahrenheit the beer vault of rn extensive brx wery at proper temperature while nu- merous stores saloons and private resi- dences are kept at exactly the temperature contracted for by their occupants also a number of hotels clubhouses lodgerooms churches and so on Not a few residences have artificial ice factories in closets ad- joining their kitehcusand hosts of icecream manufacturers are putting up their goods n irdcr without the necessity of patron lAvg any ice company Hip Denver club an extensive institution w known to club men throughout the I uited States and located one mile from fl central plant has six differe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

12 t 9KSS32V < Xoiv Fhtt rublUlicrt DOLLAROCRACY An American Story ST A KEW IIAXD Illustrated by Frank Vcr Ike Copyrighted by Tillotson Son for The G izftte CnAPTEn viii Dipiomact Gather ve rosebuds while j e may Old Time Is still a 11 in And this same llowcr that smiles today Tomorrow will be dun lltRiticK Instead of waiting until spring Lady Os lulslonc decided to pay her visit to Ahss Bennison that autumn Various reasons ibly presented by Sir John Tyrwhitt and Esie induced her ladyship to alter her programme Her own need of change of Irene after a long spell of deep anxiety lie prospect of 111 expensive season added Itio economical argument but for Elsie the piospcet of ciijoing the humors of an American election overtopped everything tlse And Sir John was not onlv of the same mmd but was eager to seize tne ear- liest oppoitnnity of looking into the now important Ameiican aftairs of Ins fnends and self So the little pirty sailed from Livei pool in the third week ofSej omher It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

1 THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO SlA0 iOP orth and the West C00O0JO0000O0000000C00OQ3 o 3 3000S3300003 SUCCESSOR TO S C EVANS CO We have been greatly encouraged by our great success and have fitted up an establish- ment second to none in the South The entire B G Evans Stock has been sold out and 250000 OF 70ooi3ooodooc3ooo3coooo3o233os3oc3oooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooo P303C3C3330C2C030C03003C300C000300003000000003 etn Brussels two and tlire and from tiie best manufac elsewhere Remember all 1 all new soods never show FOKT WORTH TEXAS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1891 STAR GOODS 30003 0OO30O00O0000C33S0C00O Have been received Delighted and well pleased ladies are daily rushing to our Mammoth dry goods emporium and compliments by the score are showered on our lections We can please the rich medium and the poor No further need to order gootls elsevhere Thirty departments are jammed and packed with new I oods in all qualities Remember we have disposed of all the EVans stock and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

I si s zsmmmtssaaiommmm HAD TO GO AND HE WENT RODE TO DENVER ON A WOMANS TICKET AND STRUCK LUCK Umv a Ticket Scalper Helped a Man Alonj on the iioacl anil Incidentally Saved Himself Fifteen Dollars There Is today In Kansas City a man of middle age who was formerly a tfeket broker in the halcyon days of that fra- ternity One day in looting over his mail he re- vived a query as to what a ticket from Kansas City to Denver was worth good for fifteen days He replied that such a ticket was worth fifteen dollars and in two flays he received it by mail Casually plancin at it with his customary methodi- cal business habits ho immediately seat fifteen dollars to the seller In rounding np the days bunncss however and taking tccount of stock lie discovered that his Denver ticket was issued to a woman Mrs Alico Hlackwood Now here was a ro V omcn never called ct his oflice to buy tickets and it was al- most impossible to ilnd a woman who would consent to ue a scalpers ticket On the day on which t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

t THE ARAUCANIANS AMONG THE UNCONQUERABLE ABORIGINES OF CHILI Special Corresponaence of the Gazette YaLdiyia Chili Aug Jo When we came down to this important German city winch is located in the extreme south of Cli 1 many miles up tho Valdivia river v 1 li Corral as the seaport it was not con f derod safe to journey in the usual route b > ocean on account of blockaded ports ami reoel cruisers and various calamities that are liable to overtake vessels in Chil ian wafers during these days of war Tlio 0111 alternative was to travel acrosscoun tninust of the way on horseback through ulat is jot known in the Spanish history a n invincible state being controlled a > he unconquerable Indians the Araucan 11 s will be remembered that manyjcars Bter the Spaniards had taken possession of tii rest of Chili they abandoned tho hope It tsk of trying to subdue the Araucan 1 s who are the bravest and most inter r ne Indians in all South America and r ignaniinously gave them what thej had s >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

ft FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT POBLISEIM CUHPAHY y Publishers and Offices Proprietors Comer Fifth and Rusk 5lrasU FORT WORTH terms or MJISSCIUPTION ET MAIL TX AETAKCE POSTACB PAID Dally and Sunday one year 10 Co Daily and Sunday six months W Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 CO The Sunday Gazette If to 24 pages 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette ISpagesj one year 1 ifl By carrier in the city and tuburbs > cents a week or SI per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postomco Address in full including County and State If address is to be changed Ei o old address it well as new The Gazette will he sent only for tn time for which remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at the Pcstofilce in Fort Worth as SecondClass Matter For the beneiit of oar patrons who desire to send single copies of The GA7ettb through the mall we give herewith the transient rate cf postgo Foreign and Domestic Eight ami twelve page paper Sixteen and twenty page paper Tex Per Copy 1 cent- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

T SWi THE WORLDS FAIR WORK ACTIVE CANVASSERS BEING PUT IN THE FIELD n rPcal ° tle IotlBC an < l Social Or anliatloni Chief of Department of Iffrieulture Further Organization The week just closed has been an active me at the Texas Worlds fair headquarters The department of promotion has been created with Mr C S Hardy late of Waco n charge the object of this department be jjjj o promote tlie interest of the Worlds ftfr movement in the most effective way risible namely to raise the fund ncces jrj to commence and complete the Texas bunding at Chicago as s > ccdily as possible ith this in view Mr Hardy has sent out the following circular to the various com initws throughout the state engaged in < > nos fair work association proposes the appointment in > ui li county city town and city ward j iss than one canvasser male or female f r subscriptions Kacli agent to be bonded ji sumo acceptable guaranty committee or thii manner for half of the amount of the j5scsm < nt again...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

iSfS > < V ft LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive kasthocxh ySd 2 daily lC5pm 2No 4 daily N 6daily i No SdaTly KS0aSU > ° 10daI1 v f0p ra fOain lOimp m 113 am ilu pm WKSTBOCSD So ldaily No 3 dally No B daily No T daily Na B dally No 1 dally SOOTHBOCNtt No 1 daily No 3daily TRANSCONTINENTAL North Have 725 am B40 p m 62uam 3i p m 1035 a m 805 am 435 p m MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXA Arriie yoirrnHOnNn Leave 710 p m 640 a m f > m lulu in No 2 daily 730 pm 7O0 a in E10 p in 05 x m Arrive MiniHBOUNiJ Leave NoS daily J > 4 a m No SJ daily 325am tOUOTBOUKa CT p m No 31 daily llnpm No33daily Texas and Pacilic trains Nos Sand Bonlystop si Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jcffr kcc Marshall Louszview Junction Htg = andy Wineola Vills Point Tcrreu East Dallas Dallas and Fort V orth TORT WORTH AND DENVER FORT WORTH AND RIO GRANDE Arrive Leave iUUivm Fort Worth 300 pm FORT WORTH AND NEW ORLEANS Arrite Leave No 44 mall r40p m Na 48 accommodation815a m fC0a m No 4S mall 510 p mNo 47 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

m vpgst8a SECOND v EDITH 425 A M I ASHES THE ELLIS HOTEL LIES IN RUINS The Fire Cleans Out an En- tire Half Block STARTS I THE HTCHI It Could Have Been Arrested Say the Firemen BUT THFY COULD NOT GET THE WATER IN TIME A D Moult Matter to Obtain nny Infor uutloii Scenes und Incidents Narrow Escapes The lireincns Wort At 1 30 this morning Tort Worth was visual by one of tho most destructive fires liinju u iears The Ellis hotel iii the building in the rear udaju annex ue a heap of smoking ruijs 1 his could all have been saved had i > e water pressure been sufficient For a l me t looked as though the enire block would go but tho eJnfi of tho firemen succeeded in prevent ii In flames from crossing the alley and tU result is that tho loss will be confined t V at portion of the block bounded on tLo Teat by Throckmorton on tho south by 1 j rd on the North by Second and on the c t b the alley The following is a dia jrim i the burnt district which will more cI < a ujuy explain the situa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 September 1891

1 o f c ih fFi8 t v mm f t w 8 so ao go go Come apd Save Money at ocn great 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT s Sat We slve y et firlceof wo days JTJS 100 Shoes 150 Shoes 200 Shoes f < 250 Shoes fl00 Shoes 500 Shoes This is no old ban xno tly new fall gooi SO 20 of Texas BUGQI stock of shoes > 3 O O O CO urtmins Hill gentlemen be r 21 Kail U SptcUt Bargains in Pianos and Organs Jollin Armstrong Co s slot Terms prices sueeiaVtiargains on several fine loruUhand and organs Call be rtlacv a allsoli X S f just receded so SO HARRY MEYER 1412 3VIAI3Sr MMXIAIINTS Doctor McCoy Rectal anil GenitoDrinary Specialist usiness Urethra Strictures Jj cuttns or Gonorrhoea Syphilis uSSSir5 organs Office 510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX Mention the Fort Worth Gazette CATARRH satisfaction in rutins Glasses and 1 Eyes 5th and Houston Sts Ft Worth Mention the Fort Worth Gazette AURIST c e limited to diseases of the Eje Rom and throat Cor rtli and Mjiii Sts Mention the Fort Worth Gazette ikaT7kn ivr n WILL H PRICE CO Lan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

SO SAYS JONES OF OHIO A Buckeye Shows Up Sherman McKinley and Foster in a Simple Way Ho Oilers to Buy All tli < > silver Dollars on Ilaml ut SO Cents on lliu t Ltollar According to Jlfinvst John All Tor I lnlne rpoctal to the Gazette rt tMir Tts Sept 21 A Cleveland O M > eeial sus Gen J W Jones i well i > wo Republican of this city has just re rncd from a six weeks trip to the Pacific pe In it interview he savs Kvery < ig on tlio Pacific slope is Blaine You f nurse California went into the > icago i < strong for Binine thru Pri siileni Ilar on ha v vd the coast He made a emit ii iit on was pleasant and made f iK I liut everybody 1 met was U i > I hi feeling is b no means Ciulm a to tin isiast hut it extends east to- t rail nil oher interior states It n es m > niTcrene lo the people whether c not ii u < is a candidate or is not a can l it l merely say We are going U nominate Blaine One on loliti Sherman jili amusement is caused at the treas b tii stur v ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

AROUND THE CITY IT WAS AN EXTRAORDINARILY BLUE MONDAY The County Court Docket The E11U Hotel Fire New Suits Filed Other Local Matter of Interest Tin nixis iiocse fikc The Work or Kaziiic the TCall It Will Not bo Rebuilt There were no new developments in the matter of the Kllis hotel fire aside from further details than was published in Tax Gazette It is now pretty definitely un- derstood that the fire was allowed to gain such headway and become so destructive was owing1 to a lack of liaving sufficient pressure the stream frequently dying out Just when it was worst needed Yesterday afternoon the lire department cot out the new aerial truck which arrived Sunday and the lad- ders were run up to the top of the chimneys in the avails of the Ellis hbtel that were itandinir ropes thrown around the chim- neys and they were pulled down followed by tiie razing of the dangerous portions of the wall The ruins continued to smoulder the greater portion of the day and streams of water were kept pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

StBr 0 cettaj AAiiAliJd V BAPTIST IiMlnilt i Mo Tth > car > jw i i liti eraimr liieujgci Mi f S Who wins the eyes wins aJL in ho us 3TOTT ire pant > r L > l4 iuelrf The COL riiiij quIppeSt Instruction in Pipe iJPunoVuii tv Italian m hod lUmony violin MaiHlinlliij < jtt MtamtEWblign FliUFACUlTT fr prtlullf For t 1ocaecr to secure locini adirest AKHASNEEDCAlMSr cstlail UiiiYsrLODISMa Mention tin Fort W uetic e eu Loi non nJ icfjrniilcd idilrr s < N m MO CENTRAL OILECEr ort iA year Ht i > > rmber 9 t it Regular ruirimla Irad t < decrt i sc < ialtie > Musm Art IUxutiMi tyniiia 4 in free J are tourw i Jjeaoritul troundb Llr ct I ij ii iSLcrn tpjK ntmtnti pnd fur cattto uc AlUIUKAL A JOM > I rc IEXIM IOX AIt > EUZABBCH AUtt SEMINARVT tTin tan Home SMbcl fj 40 Youcs Ladies uadS I 1 fit n No puf T cyibitiom LucratJic Mum ad At > pe > ialtis Coiftzic water servi a Fo iaalngic Wdicss J 13 1ILAVMLN LEXIMJTON AIO j MILITARY ACADEHY LtltWDTati Prepara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

tj M FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAY Itl THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Ofifca Corner Fifth and Husk FORT WORTH Street tuias of bCusjCisirTio BY VKTU IN ADVAJCE POSTAGB AID Daily and Sunday one jctr IW ro Daily ndfcindav six months Monday Wednesdr and Friday vo 1 he Sunday Gazette 10 to U4 pages lyr SCO rte Weekly G Arrrc JJpagesj one year 1 w Ht carrier in the city and suburbs 8a cents a feet or II per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address in full includins Jocnty and SUte If address is to be changed give old address ib ell as new The Gazette will be sent only for the time tor which remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at Die Postofflce in Fort Worth Tex- as Second Class Matter For the beneht of our patrons who desire to lend single copies of The Gazettk through the mail c give herewith the transient rate of DOS IB ETC Toreign and JJomcstic Per Copy Eght and twelve pape paper 1 cent bixleea and tv euty page paper scent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

Jlflrt THE MAHONEY PASTURE OF 17000 ACRES RUINED BY ACTUAL SETTLERS Vlliit Advertising ami Enterprise nid for > antaAnna anil the Adjoining Coun- try 41cw Oucstious Ananered SASTA ANN CoLFMAN COUNTY TEX Sept 19 1S01 f To the Gazette Ilavin been frequently asked the ques- tion Was the Mahoney pasture of 17000 acies adjoining this town sold to actual saitiers or speculators 1 decided to run down here and spend a ffv days In looking over the pasture and country in general I wanted to leant the fxls in the case and see the effect the pub- lic auction sale of this pasture had on the untry and town and in order to answer ie above question properly a personal in ooction ot the pasture was necessary 1 is now a little over three months since ip sale was made and I find in looluni OMr ho pround thit the Mahoney pasture lis already been in the language of the mvman completely ruined Jn driv- er over the pasture that was you will t id a house here a fence there and a tract i land broke up ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

Arriv C5 e pm Tr0 3 m SO fro J0 1 11 p m a m p pj r in p in SJff ft Mile er h caie 41 Corslcana 70 Meiia 100 Groesbeeck 117 Kosss 133 gremond > h Planuew Hale v r m W W W tt fCnt < Burn Scalds Peloa BoUtf Corns StifeE Bunions Jllesfc peers galtBieuai ft CoM Sores > Jtfre sag 3THE COMMITTEE AT WORK YKlCE 25 ci LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC EASTBOUNl No 2 daily No A daily Ko c daily No Sdaily No lOflaily A KSTBOUM1 No 1 daily No 3 daily No 5 daily No T daily No 0 daily Mllec Calvert IDS Hearns 164 Bryau 1SS Xarasvta 14 Hempstead 934 Houston t Come to Amagii S Cr your tickets at the TTm jjisrt fTTTnTnii over the Clisbee daily BttMsJlfle to PlainvietT the county seat of Hale the best county on the central plains Harvest Excursions to Texas via the Cotton E t The Cotton Belt will soil excursion iick ets to all points in Texas on AuzajMlVr September 15 anil 29 poodfjUj afrfyilai s with stopover i i mm T in jioint en route on i i juifT i ninl will permit re lli ii I iii lrn i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

Sap h 0 Pm a aaa < r ilPPHAN BEOS Proparts LETTER FROM BISHOP G SCTVASEE TESX A1 Both the method and results when fcvrup of Fig3 is taken it istyeasant and refreshing to the taste Mid acts gently yet promptly on theTIidneyfl Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tpm effectually dispels colds head- aches and fevers andcures habitual constipation Syrup ofJ igs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced pleasing to the taste and ac eeptable to the stoniach prompt in its action nd truly beneficial in its tfiects prepared only + om the most healthy and agreeablet ibstices its many excellentSfjualities tcoTrmend it to all jjnd havcnale it the most populorreniPtiyJ A k Syrp of Figs unif < Ji43leiin 50c ami SB bottles by allMea fyg drug- gists Any reliable uruggi st vrho w5yi jt have it on haVd will pro- cure it promptly for anyVone who wishes to try it Do not accept any tubstitute i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Hi SAN FRANCISCO CAL tcvmwtr rr tinv york ik Mention iho Fort Worth Gazette rkytl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 September 1891

r L H l 11 w 8 Highest of all ia Leavening Fow C JJS Govt Report Aug 17 iS80j 50 am srf fT ItiAl JiVTATh ILL H PRICE CO tt0fl tf r IMAYERKUHN CASI2STO HALL Maintains its reputa- tion for having none hut llrstclass liquors whirs imported and domestic cigars also the best and coolest Tort Worth beer on tap The linest lunch in the elt consisting of the thonest delka cies of thoXorthern market Kind and promptat tentfottto all ciistom t rs r Horlunehes at all hour s on short nulicc Successors to Miss Morgan Long rfjr Mention the Fort > VorthCaettP = RANKM MULLINS FOffY WORJ TEX ROAJ rorjl Gazette DR H F FISHER JL EYE EARTm flnnrant sj jiiiilffiUioii in tlttinc Glasses and JUsJUHftlTlyes 5th and Houston bis lt Worth Mention tlie Fort Worth Gazette Rn frank gray KJAW OCU LISTSANDAU R 1ST Practice limited to diseases ot theEje Ear Jfospancl throat Cor Mil and Main sts Mention the Fort Worth Gazette L Land and Collect + ng Agents jttwtracters or Land Titles CotTCsponileiee solicited SEYMO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 September 1891

TY > a WlcHlt 150 Yards Dress 2 0 ilcJAHTEY Projideai Capital 3300000 Safely ON DISPLAY AT SPECIAL SALE OF HI jKl sl T i WTOllT WOK BANK gc Successor to B C Evans Co JUST RECEIVED Gorgeous array of Axminsters Moquet Velvets Body and Tapestry Brussels Two and ThreePly Tngains all of the latest designs and colorings and at onefourth less than elsewhere Remember we have disposed of all the Evans stock and will show you nothing but choice goods iigalT Kmnaj the latest high novelties in Scotch K B LOIS Pnildnt iinels Hair Chevron Stripes Wool Velours Uroie Textiles etc ranging in price from 10c to 5 a yard GREAT OFFERINGS IN Early Fall Millinery at prices that our competitors pay for them Tremendous sale of Gloves and Underwear Elegant line of Shoes just received Successor to B C Evans Co First Houston and fiain Sts Ft Worth D 0 EEHKETT VlMPreiiaent Corner Second and r nutnSircelU Ft Worth Tex Cft3hCjrp ftairfS250000 PlRErTons Misi K Harrold M B Iovd C H HiRbee Zane Cetti D C Be Jaiko...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 September 1891

twothirds of a mile ot the bor dei Tlio men however were not stationed at regular intervals In rorao ilaccs there were ton and fifteen men to the milo while at others there were stretches of five and ten miles cntuely un- guarded Under theso conditions it might hire boon expected that numbers of tho boomers would enter lnforo tho appointed timo and they did Two miles north of Tohce about two hun- dred boomers had gathered m a secluded spot Knowing that the government force would bo massed it the border town they had all set ther watches three hours ahead last night so their testimony would agree w ith the tnno if ever their claims were contested on tho ground of their being sooncrs At oclock therefore their walchcs all indicated tho noon hour and thoy rushed over the border and began the race for a choice quarter sec- tion of land Sooners at other un- guarded i > ortions of tho border were also Yerv numerous and it is estimated from all reports that the number of settlers who ent...

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