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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

THE ST0I1Y OF TIUIEE HATS. Fifty-Cent Youth AVIio Wore a Nine Ool'ar Il:t to College, and tlie Sat! Fute a Hat ISef.-i: It. M L. B. SMITH. riUn.S is tbe liat tliat Theopliilsu Dead- V -- furro wore when he entered college. Ife did not bring it with 'him from home; he bought it on the way. For tbe pater Dead furro, though the pos ( , sessor of many broad acres of rich Illinois soil, wa3 net the man to encourage h;s offspring in tbe need less extravagance of buying silk tiles, even on bo important an occasion as that of entering college. He justly thought that a fifty-cent Loy should not be allowed to wear a nine-dollar hat. He believed in giving the boy the chance first of developing some thing inside his head to maintain a fit ting balance with tbe outside gear. lint Theophilus thought dinerently. Ha had never been at the college for which he was bound, and knew little of the customs there ; but of one thing he felt sure, and that was that they wore silk hats. The reason for his con...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

THE HERALD. t'lriLLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. E. F. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, March 1st, 1889. President-elect Harrison and party have safely arrived at Washington. Congressman Laird, of Hastings, Nebraska, is recovering from his ser ious illness. The Age of Consent. Since the last Herald was issued, The Kansas House of Representa tives promptly squelched the "Sen ate's age of consent bill." An editor up in Nebraska says un less subscribers pay up better he'll have to get patent insides, not only for his paper, but also for his family. Beloit has secured the Girls' Home and an appropriation for it of 25, 000. The superintendent's salary is placed at $1,000, and the matron's at $300. Despite the many obstacles to the growth of the Knights of Labor re cently encountered, it is claimed that the order will shortly reach its old membership figure of 300,000. Cieo. H. Case, of Mankato, has been appointed Warden of the Penitentiary The following Tru...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

t on FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS.GO TO TU CXER'S G-ALiLERY OH THE WESTSIDE Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. T. C. cS3 IS. S. LiLTSBA.TJG-H:, Have the? j i botJi, Xiol Olotln-irg:, nEats cin.cl Caps, Boots a-sn-d. Slioos, AND . GENT'S FURNISHING- GOODS. J. C E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. The Western Real Estate ant! rilereliantile Exchange SONNENSCHEIN & VALENTINE, Managers, Principal OHIce. SrnATXIZ. STRAIN, Aent, Phillipsburg,Kansas. . FARMS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED! Persons wishing to exchange their farms for merchandise, or for lands in any of the Western States will find it to their interest to call on me. I am also prepared lowest rates. to make loans Monej Furnished to Complete Final Proof Without Extra Charge! Office with Pratt & Lewis. THE HERALD. 1111 LLIF3BURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. Mr. Decker is preparing to build a residence in the south part of town. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

TOPICS OF TIIE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. There are 1G,000 women in the Eng lish Liberal Association. Maryland's 488 canning factories employ 25,000 men and 1,500 ean makers. A newly fallen meteoric stone, sf-igliing 140 pounds, has been found at Ellsworth, Wis. Lord Sackville, it is semi-author.-tatively announced, is to be sennas British Minister to Turkey. President Carter, of "Williams Col lege, has raised $000,000 for that insti tution during his management. The coal mines at Monterey, Cal., which have been idle for years, are to be reopened and vigorously worked. Weston Coyney, formerly a re porter on the New York Herald, is Vice President Morton's private secre tary. Tiie London Times has the figures to show that Spain has degenerated faster than any nation on earth even faster than Patagonia. The New York Herald doubts if it is good policy for the American tourist to go to Cuba, as lawlessness is rife and Americans are hated. The birch rod used by the f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

KANSass r v I'm NEWS. Canningbatn IIerji!. : n&rry BalJ, a prominent Etocam-iii at Culista, ia con lilent that a augur yl&nt wi.l be located Et Calista. Ssluia Gazette: Iho Salina gas and oil company, coofisrmg of Messrs. M. D. Tengn-, Daily & Kith, and M . Col lins, bare certainly bt.ucK it rich in the oil fields of K-ntuekr. Osborne Journal: The Bujjar worka committee mat and appointed three of tceir number to circulate subscription papers and EoliciS shares of stock, and correspond for cmt&ido ha'p. The Osborne Journal relates the par ticulars of a highway robbery oscurring in that city, in which Joel Shaw lost what money he had on his person to the hands of two foot-pads. Lawrence Tribune: Hon. J. "W. Gleed, of Topeka, will come down every morning hereafter, and take charge of the eenior law claes of the university. The students are much pleased over the new arrangement. Liberal Leader: R. B. Denton went out one afternoon of last week to get signatures for the pe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 March 1889

t 3 Ea t f u DRY And tliey are the people who are selling 0 1 I? ClQ i HING A PRICES PHILLIPSBURG NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE. The old lady in the corner knows it. Just step in the store and see some of the Bargains she found, be a tonic for you. The old man needs a tonic too, judging from his looks. SI 1 iTlP It will DRY eOID ARE ARRIVING EYRRY ID If we cannot possibly suit you in this department you must be like an old maid hard to suit, you know. CLOTHING "Well most of our early spring stock is in the store. It is a big line indeed, and we haye knocked the usual ''high tariff" prices clear out of the ring. Elegant fits too, and well made. We show a well selected stock, not so large perhaps as in our other departments, but the prices and quality is what catches the crowd. People say they have never bought these goods as cheap anywhere. Our Douglas and Brown-Desnoyers goods are all guaranteed goods too. See our "Blue Ribbon" school shoe for your children. IN SHOES SIlTjfi.I-i Our complet...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

speas: to Tmnivi: that Ts:3D-sr g-o foewaed. VOL. XI. NO 19. THE HERALD. PfllLLIKSEOEG, - KAN3AS ESTABLISHED IN 1877. The oldest paper in Northwestern Kansas. One year $'.50 Six months .75 C F. XOBNB a. A. DAGCX. KOKN3 & DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING 3 AST. nssenger '. 4:05 p. m, Freight 6:05 a. m, GOING WEST. I'assenger. 10:41 a. m, t'reii'ht 3:50 p. m, C. K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Passenger 8:00 a. m. No. 1(5 Passenger 7:45 p. m No. 42 Local Freight 6:13 p. m GOING WEST. No. 13 Passenger 8:50 p. m " 15 Express 8:20 a. m, " 41 Locul Freight 7:00 a. m. PROFESSiOrJAL CARDS. HrWALLACE , M. d7, Physician and Surgeon. Special attention riven to the diseases of wo mm). Office south side public square, I'hillipuburgr, - - - - Kansas. A. B. EOUCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Office fit Q. W. Bickford's Drag Storf, north eil Public Rquare, Phillipsburg, Ke.nsao. All call both day and night...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

ALD. PniXLIPSBURG, KANSAS. General Ha-rison and p.-rty arrived m safety at Washington at 2:30 Tuesday after coon. Governor Larrabee's trial for libel, at De3 Moines Iowa, resulted in a verdict of "not guilty." Sixteen thousand Cherokees are said to have Binned a petition asking the U. S. Senate not to pass the Oklahoma bill. At Pittrburg, Pa., as the presidential train passtd through all the ga3 wella were lighted. A 10.0C0 spindle cotton mill to cost 200 000, is to be put np at Wa:o, Tex., this com ing Bummer. COSGSESSIONAL. "Wednesday. SENATE. Washington-, D. C, February 20. Tha t en ate agreed to the reoort of the confer erce committee cn the territorial asmis on til A resolution w a fntrodoo d andref'rred to commta on con i gent expenses . to con inue the committee on Pacific railroa's, with instructions to visit them, and the con try through which they pas-, and ex amine as to a pln whereby their matters can be bo adjusted as to a vance the devel opment of t e country they serv...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

STATE PENITENTIARY The Keport of the Joint Committee. Appointed to Investigate the Affairs of State Penitentiary .Appointed Under Autnor-ty of faenate Concurrent Reso lution No. 2. Early in the session, end, perhaps before, the air was full of rumors about frauds in the penitentiary. We hare eaid nothing whatever in relation to these charges, be cause they were made "nd contradicted from day to day. The legislature appoint ed a committee to investigate and tne tes timony has been published. We have not referred to it bacause of its great length and because we believed that the report of the legislative c mmittee when made would be more satisfactory ihan fragments of testi mony. We now give the report in full: THE EXPORT. To the Legislature of tfif. State of Kansas: Your committee, appointed ia compliance with senate coneurrsut resolution No. 2, respectfully Legs leave to make the roliowing report: At a great sacrifice ol the personal Interests of tae members of this commlitae, so fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

BISSELL & TWITCKELL'S OFFICE IS THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBUIIG. - KANSAS. E.F. KORNS. R.A.DAGUE. KORNS & DAGTJE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, March 8th, 1889. Prof. Foster the weather prophet says look out for severe storms fiom the 11th to the 20th of March. The Atchison Champion criticizes the Legislature severely for not mak ing a stronger law against charging It is claimed that the President and every member of his cabinet are Presbyterians except Blaine. He is a member of no church, but his wife and family are Catholics. Hon E. J. Turner, our member ber of congress, opposed the passage of the '-Oklohomu bill." We will next week publish an extract from his letter given to the public which states his principal reasons for op posing the bill. The Indian Appropriation Bill, er roneonslv called the Oklahoma Bill passed. As near as we can tiguro it out nobody is to receive any benefit till after the Town Site Companies and Syndicates take all the cream Then when everything ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

l3,e B cat -Kates on. 10.037- a,ra.3. 33.0 XDoIcl-sts ab 3Issg11 -s T"wItoollr3 FOR FINE PHOTO G- RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMING-S.GO TO TU CKER'S GALLERY i ON THE WESTSIDE Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. Have them both, Xxi. Clotl-lri-gr, ZE3T.a,t3 an,d Caps, Scots and Slices, AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. J. C. E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. THE HERALD. r'HILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. You caa get fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Niips' meat market. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillip- urg. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. Salt at $1.50 per barrel at Leffing well's. 2t, Let every body buy saddles and harness of Eugene John, of Kirwin. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Dr. II. Wallace is the local surgeon of the C, K. & N. Railroad. tf. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. Three cans (3 pounds in each) of apples for...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

TOPICS OF THE TDIES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting: Items. Last year 302 vessels, nearly all of sixol, were built on the Clyde. The annual income of the population of the Unitsd King Join is estimated at 1,200,000,000. A New York school-teacher has just resigned after fifty-five years of service. She is in her 80th year. The convention of the Hungarian Reform Church has voted to establish celibacy for the clergy. Tun University of Leyden, in Hol land, is said to be the richest in the world. It owns real estate valued at $($,000,000. There are two Episcopal ministers, missionaries, on the Yukon River, Alaska. They are 3,000 miles from the southeastern line of the Territory. The United States consumes 1C0, 000,000 pair of boots and shoes per annum, 100,000,000 of which are fur nished by the New England States. The Iowa City (Iowa) Board of Health will not allow Eimburger cheese to be exposed for sale, claim ing that it is deleterious to public health. Congressman James Laird of N...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

in n Is oCer3d to the person who shall send in the largest number of yearly subscribers to the ? 1 - H les'nomBiourne between now and July 1st, 18S9, at 50 cents per jrear-IIALP 1'ftlCE. After that date, no tubi-oripiions received Jot less than $1.00 per year. ViOO is offered respectively lor next largest clubs. A good cash commission paid for ever- subscriber secured, if desired, instead of prec .urns. Hundreds of dollars can be made during the next six months, by men, women or children. We furnish free sample copies, post ers, fce. Address CURTIS PUDLISHIMG CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA. The most cer tain and safe Pain REMEDY in the world that instantly stops the most excruc lating pans. It is truly thegreatCON QUEROR OF PAIN, and has done more good than any known remedy. For SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACK ACHE, PAIN in the CHEST or SIDES, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, or any Dther EXTERNAL PAIN, a few appli cations act like magic, causing the PAIN to INSTANTLY STOP. For CONGESTIONS, INFLAMMA TIONS, SORE T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 March 1889

TREASURER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby riven that the following is a list of lauds and town lots in the county of Phillips and state of Kansa, poM for taxes and unredeemed at this time, showing- the names ot rhe jjci rotis to whom assessed w henever such names appear on the tax roll, the amount of taxes and cot-ts, together with t!o interest thereon, calculated to the last day of redemp tion and unless such lands and town lots are redeemed on or before the dates given oppo site each tract or lot they will be conveyed to the purchaser upon the presentation of tax Kale certiflnate ad required by law: NOTICE OF MOTION FOR DISCHARGE OF THE ST. JOSEPH HERALD ASSIGNEE. To Whom it May Concern : -IS PUBLISHED- Whereas, on tlie 27th dav of At ril. lsS, tbe nndersiyiied, O. M. Kemp, was d-jlv appointed permnneut atsiL'iiee, of the firm of J. W. l. var. EVEIiY DAY IN TIIE YEAH ! Son, bythe creditors of said firm, and whereas tnesaidO. M. Kemp, as.-ignee, as aforesaid, $3,000 Stock of Elegant Clo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

stpzechc rro them rr3Urr tiii:- C3-o forwabd. VOL. XI. NO 20. PHILLIP S3URG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1889. $1.50 IN ADVANCE THE HERALD. PfllLLIFSBORO, ESTABLISHED IN 1877 KANSAS riio oldest paper in Northwestern Kansas. Tin 1,21 3: O'leyenr $?.f0 6ix months..... .............. . .75 K. F. CUIINS &. A. DAGUK. KOHNS & D VGUE, PU3LI - HERS AND PROPRIETORS. TIME TABLE. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Itailrod ar- ive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. ''nssenger ; 4:05 p. m. Freight 6:05 a. m. GOING "WEST. l'a-senger 10:41a.m. F re it'll t 3:50 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Passenger .... No. 10 Passenger No. -12 Local Freight GOING WEST. No. 13 Passenger 15 Express " 41 Local Freight 8:00 a. m. 7 :45 . in. 6:13 p. m s 8:50 p. m, 8:20 a. m. 7:00 a. in. PROFESSIONAL CARD S. H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention given to tha diseases of wo men. Local burgeon of the C. K. & N. Railroad. Office south Bide of Public Square, Phillips...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

PfflLLIPSBURG HERALD. iPniLLIPSBTJRG, KANSAS. Thea ate confirmed all or the cabinet appointments eent to it by President Har rison by a unanimous vote. A flag that wavw from the roof of the AWinerron h"-? in Washington.General Har rison's headquarters, contains forty two stars. Mexicans protest against New Mexicans taking water from the Rio Grande river for irrigation. Thev sav tr is not enough water for bcth eid3s of the river. Douglass Riirgs. who killed Bob Sharp at Caldwell last October, over a game of cards was fonnd guil'y of murder ia the first da irree in the district court at "A eliington, .Kan. Washington crcwd3 seemed to be aa great on Tuesday a3 on inauguration day. After an examination at Iowa City, Iowa, tend arguments, tbe justice of the peace or dered the return to the two brewing com .panie of the 5C0 kezs of beer sent from other states and seized by the Temperance Alliance. There can be no appsal by the tate and tne beer will be returned to the cars from whence tak...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

RYAN A2fD SPRINGER. To Congressman Thomas Ryan ! Bistory Will Give the Credit. The Purchase of the Creek and Semi nole Lends Includes all of Oklahoma Proper Location of Land Offices and Proclamation of the President Will Open it to Settlement. Washington, D. C, March 2. The Indian appropriation bill, a3 it passed the house, contains a provision ra'ifying the purchase of the Seminole lands, and directing that theae lands, together with thoae lately pur chased from the Creeks, may be opened to settlement by proclamation of the prudent, who is authorized by an amendment, pro posed by Mr. Ryan to establish two land offices at convenient places. The provision also extends the town site laws over this do main, and authorizes the president to offer the Cherokees the same sum for their outlet that has been iaid the Creeks and Semi noles, and in case this offer is accepted, the president is further authorized to open the same to settlement under the homestead laws and establish the necessary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

BISSELL & TWXTCHELL'S OFFICE IS HEAD-QUARTERS FOR REAL ESTATE, 1MSXJBAHOE AHD.fABM LOANS. THE HERALD. i-'MILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS, E. F. KOKXS. R. A. DAGUE. KOPoNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, March 15th, 1889. The Kansas retailer of tobaccos and other narcotics, is now prohibited from selling these articles to youths under sixteen years of age. It was so ordered by the legislature, and the order is one that calls for universal respect and obedience. Concordia Day light. The senate offers as its excuse for wishing to reduce the age of consent that men who visit bawdy houses have placed themselves at the mercy of the inmates, who having it in their power to send them to the pen, black-mail them unmercifully. It never seemed to occur to the noble senators that a man might stay away from such Xlaces. Jewell Republican. Some of the Kansas City papers have made the charge that Senator Plumb acted the part of a traitor in opposing the Oklahoma bill. It will be a prett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

FOR FINE PHOTOG- Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. Have them both, In OlotjIrxg-, IE3:a,ts can.d Caps, 13 cot 3 and Slices, AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. J. a E. S. LATSBA UGH, West Side square. THE HERALD. VH TLLIPSBURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. You can get fresh iish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillipsburg. E. A. Page beats their1, all for a good lunch. Call and see. Salt at $1.50 per barrel at Lefling well's. 2t, The wild geese ward. are flying north- Read E. ment. B. Sewell's advertise- For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Dr. H. Wallace is the local surgeon of the C. K. & N. Railroad. tf. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. Three cans (3 pounds in each) of apples for 25 cents at Leffingwell's. 2t House for rent. Inquire of F. A. Smith. Office in E. B. Sewell & Co's store. Garden seeds in bulk; lied oats for seed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 March 1889

PEE1DENT HARiUSON. The Inauguration Ceremonies, the Crowds and. the Grand Procession Forty Thous and People Patieatly Participating and Hold Their Places. f he Oath The Inaugural Addres Cleve atid Gets Tired Mr. Morton faints I" J in u ii da and Reed Extend Best Wishes to the Kx-President. Washington, D. 0. With simple and solemn ceremony in the presence of all the wisdom and authority embodied in the co ordinate branches of the government, and surrounded by the representatives of all the great nations on the face of the globe, Ben jamin Harrison was inducted into the high est office within the gift of the the Ameri can people. Gathering the reina of power as they fell from the grasp of hia predeces sor, fce took the oath which bound mm to the Bervice of tm country and charged him eelf with the destinies of sixty million peo pie. With wondefal patience the expectant spectators waited for the procession while the inauguration cerercromes were in pro gress. The rain had abated eomewha...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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