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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

DRY CO, HUTCHISON, KANSAS. Fuf 5 W-3 h?-73 today 1m islisd invoisins on; stoclc. Host waturclay morning . Hr. Vicner leaves for tlio East to make a finrJ disposi tion of his interests in this business, and while there he will assist in the purchase of a New Spring Stock of High Class Dry Goods, some of which will arrive in a few days. Watch , For Future ury uoocia Co. Watch For - WOLCOTTO SPEECH The Colorado Senator Give Hi Views on the Monroe Doctrine. A MEASURE FOR DEFENSE. Senator Woleott Think tha Tannage of the Monroe lteeolutlon Will Add An other I agot to tha Fire Which Should Not Burn. Washisoto.v, Jan. 22. The senate galleries were well filled to-day In an ticipation of the speech of Senator Woleott, of Colorado, on the Monroe doctrine. After referring to the mes sage of President Cleveland on the Venezuelan question and the appoint ment of the commission to determine tiie true divisional line separating Venezuela and British Guiana, Senatot Woleott said that, under the cir...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

ui i:sjTc:n:iss:i cazette TIC CAZmf PUEUSHIHO AKO PHIHTlNB CO lata A. Burrow, B. S. Tovn. eaTcaiasca. : : mm. Lord Dunraven has behaved bimself remarkably well during his stay in this country. "Canada is ablaze with preparations for war. It may bo necessary to turn the hose on Canada, The Jail deliveries In New York and Louisville contribute to a strong argu ment against the amateur jailers. St. Louis is a good town In a great many respects, but it makes a serious mistake when it boasts of its climate Young men of 70, who have retired Jrom any interest in life's activities, should take a lesson from Gladstone at SC. ' Every time you speak evil of the absent, you Injure your own character more than you damage the reputation cf him you deride. The Sultan 'of Turkey may be a bru tal monarch, but he seems to be over come with an unspeakable zeal to popu late the celestial regions. The new woman should bear In mind this year that the defendant in a breach of promise case occupies a very ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

AN ENORMOUS LOSS. N .EXPERIENCED MINER OF .MONTANA WRITES A LETTER. 'r. Joseph K. Clark la a tetter to Ueneral Paul Tan Derrourt Give Soma Valuable Beatone Wtar BIlTer Should Ba Bemonetlzed. Butte, Mont., Dec. 18, 1895, Hon. Paul Van Dervoort, Omaha, Neb. Dear Sir: Agreeable to promise I send you a few of the material fact3 relative to the silver question, and which I trust may throw a little more light on the great problem of the day a problem with which many of the eastern people are not familiar. In 1893, when the price of sliver dropped to 59 cents per ounce, the deep silver mines of Montana, and in fact all mining states and territories, had x sufficient ore reserves opened up and exposed to last from one to two years. The great drop in silver, with its at .tendant general flnanclal crash in 1893, so discouraged the silver producers that development work on the large mines came to a standstill, and only the reserve bodies of ore were taken out and treated. These reserves have b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

) -i ! ! 4 f- ! ; ! f t 1 IMCTUR WlUtOS DEAD. MVr4h Bfsl Knfiww Fhjr ulclnnx rih 'nniy DIn After no III ' nest of only tw l'n. Dr. H. I. Wilson died early Monday morning at bis home on wet First ave nue lifter an illness of only two days from inflnmation nf the bowels. He ww taken sick on Saturday morn ing or rather gave up at that tnue. hehavins attended Mr. Sam Grnjliill through a i-c-ver-? attiick of pneumonia. nd would not leave the bedside until lie saw indications of a clmiipe for the better. This was neiir midnight Fri day. ,t 2 o'clock Saturday morning ha was called to attend another patient lrom whieh he returned about dayliidit and went to his bed. 'During the day a physician was called who uronounced It a serious ease and a consultation of the leading doctors was held which decided that no'liing but radical treat jne ,t save his life. On Sunday afternoon an operation was irt'oniied by Dm. Stewart assis ted by Dts Kliipltuitul Hidlinger. He stood the operation bravely, but...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

V UBMJI1I1UJWIHUI THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PART If AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF 11ENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSOxX, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JAN. 30, 1896 NO. 22. A Great Success! mi k 1 1 .ic n m i iri sis. To-Day, To-morrow, Until Tf-ey are Sold. Sixty dozed Infants' Short Clonks, o5o each. Six dozen Ladies' ar.d Missos' Sailor lints, 10c each. Seven pieces DouUo Faced Canton Figured Pltifli, 10c yard. Forty Ladies' Jacket?, foimer pi ice $10.00 Now $5.00 All Silk and Ycol Pices Coeds lUrcnnnts, 1-lofl' SI a i ked Pn?e. Also 14 of on all wool blankets at or alovc $3.00 per Pair. IP, MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, MINERAL SPRINGS. HotaWter, Cold Water. .The State of.. COLORADO lias more Mineral Pprinps. both Hot Mift Cll. i'l Tied medical qualities, than iii'jr f i mill) r i r-a in i lie Woild Fiist Class Hotel Ac com tni'dst ions, liuiiht-d only via tliu Denver & R!o Grande R. R. Tnuiists and Health Sekers will fiml in the Kooky Moun tiiii.s Health, i! net Wealth ami l'liutiiie. Hi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

NEW UTAH SENATORS MESSRS. BROWN AND CAN NON TAKE THEIR SEATS. Mrs. Waller Freienti a Petition In Hr Husband's Behalf Were the Ex-Consul a Briton Ha Would Not Be In Frlson, Washington, Jan. 28. Senators rFrahk '.X Cannon and Artliur Brown of .the new State of Utah took the oath 'of-'oflWe' in the Scnato yesterday. . Wi th. the., exception of -the contested Delaware case this establishes the political division of the UDDer ' branch - n VUULTI can uubil mail;,, i iautt ua iui- -i ITannlilinana ill. 1 ii,i.infll-n o .,0 ; Popnllts,.-TotaI, o'X Necessary for majjktr?v Should Mr. Dupont be seatfc&iiiria1 elawaro the Republican , wnPn'tiuAtl tv 'Innenn can ri dft rttir. nr. the itafjQ tlie number necessary for a majority would increase to 4C Mr. Baker of Kansas, presented a petition from Mrs. Waller, wife of the ex-United States- coosut in Madagas-. ; car,' reciting1 her husband's arrest, his trial 'by a drumhead court and his transportation in chains to a French ; prison. Mrs. Waller'...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

if with its the 7 j Bow Obd Farmer Soteedad. .. i ' "Well, Wallaceyou seem to be pretty nicely fixed here on a farm which, when I left he-country ten years ago, was not considered worth much. You don't imean to say that this nice house and all there Is In it, and those two extra barns, and all the numerous other Improve ments grew out of an old run-down farm, do you?" j "Can't eay that they exactly 'grew' ;out of it, Uncle John, but they were (dug out of It by hard work, coupled with good management and thrift. A3 ,you say, the old place was all run down, and many of my friends said I was a fool to settle down on a Western New York farm in such shape as this when I could go into the far west and get bold of a prairie farm which :woud be so much easier worked. But Martha did not like to go very far away from, her old father and mother, and besides, I thought that I saw possi bilities here of success, and so I re solved to try it. The farm was encumbered a mortgage for one-third price...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

IfoutcMnson (Ba3ette. Entered at the poftofflce In Hntchlnaon, Kansas, s second olsei matter. HORACE 8. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Tihh8 or Subscription, $1.00 per Teab C. E. SiDUNGER. i ;tjaunptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.'X- JANUARY J 896. Sun. Mon. Tus. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 12 3 4 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27J23 19 30 31 If- 1 if" -11 Our Candidates. For l'rtsldent, CONGRESSMAN J AS. MAGU1RE, of California, For Vice-President, MAYOR PINGBaE, or Detroit. PLATFOIIM. The establishing of a purely demo cratic form of government, in which every voter has a chance of passing on all laws of general application, through what is known as the initiative and referendum. OUKSLOOAN. No more bonds forever. A MISTAKE. The News of last night leported sev eral rumors to the effect that .Judge Hashora had purchaed a mortgage field against this office and would soon foreclose the same and take charge of the paper. Such rumor has no fouada t'on. The financial trouble...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. Under the New ' Management "You Till find somo new ideas of Merchandising Our stock will be up to date, every department complete in every de tail. We expect to make it a common say ing among the ladies of this city and county, "We can always get what we want at the Leader." You will never ask twice for any article carried in the legitimate dry goods trade and be disap pointed, if we do not have it at the first call we will get it at once. When anything new comes out in the east the "Leader" will bo the first to show it Jhere. When there is a big demand for anything in our line and it is hard to get, the "Lead er" will be the place to And it. we will give special attention to minor de tails, whether it is the newest thing in skirt binding, or the latest patent in hooks and eyes. We have t already placed the largest or der with Hitchcock & Co., N. Y for b. Priest ly & Co's. Famous Black Goods, that was ever placed in Hutch inson, they will be here in about ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

TEE KUTCH1?ISQM GAZETTE m cazetti rmmm and pshwiho co Ui A. Hdttow, ' H. . Fom, Tretidwit. V Seo'T Ties. EUTCH1HS0H, : : OXSAS. To work without a plan Is a waste ot etrength. The start toward the bad alwuys fce- gins In short steps.' ."''.' . Only the wicked are anxious to prove Hat the devil is a myth. Marriage makes different men of some fellows and Indifferent men ef. others. Death is so swift that It overtakes everybody, and yet so slow that any one can catch it. II abuse of Americans is to be re warded, Mr. William Astor will be able to secure that coveted title. The business man who advertises hasn't any time to worry about the fluctuations of the gold reserve. It is very much la Healer Schlatter's favor that he doesn't have to be driver out of any town where he locates. Some people seem to overlook the fact that there is such a '.hing as keeping cool and patriotic at the same time. Canada is disposed to emulate the ex ample of the small child who cries for the sole purpose of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

iinerican Stediia LKniidi: 1 HUTTOn & ARE BIRDS CUl'pED BY "STARS? An Attempt to 8oUe the.C.reat Mystery of Dlrd Migration. In an article on "Birds of Passage" the Chautauquan says If one desires an explanation for the great, mystery ' of bfrJl': migration,, tjiere being' nothing else that will answer, he will have to accept the theory of hereditary knowl edge, a knowledge - of the unfailing stars. The Great Bear and Orion ap peared at the same time in our region, even when the divisions of land and water were very different than they are today. That the stars are the guides of birds agrees with the fact that they fly at remarkable heights, often above the clouds, and that wanderers lose their way when they stray Into clouds , and mists. On starlight nights strag gling birds are seldom noticed.? When the sky is overcast, when ' the night Is dark, but. especially when a fine rain is falling, '.multitudes of traveling birds are heard. They wl!! call often, doubt less for the purpo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 January 1896

a A lrl. Mi. anil Mrs. Eil Masters Brethe par ents ot a Duo siil bora lust Thursday night. Vulvrraallut Clinrrl). Sunday school 10 a. m., junior meeting 4 p. in. All are cordially invited o thesA services. Ntranpfrs especially invited to tit evening service. Gko. N. Fa LCONfitt. pastor. Foot Vntl Agitlii Mr. 8 SrHc, who dpliven meat for the Smith & Hokri's meat market while on his way home last Wednes day evening was held up and struck twice by two unknown man. the object ot whom wiis robrery. Mr. Shirk used his ltirifrs in a way that scared the "holdups" awav. lv Moutti. J. IT. Ilnlm-, eonitahlh of L-irt!ilnn townsli'n brought up Awns lVtrifl and Jac't Elliot Tuesday evening Jand left Ihem in charge of J. Q. I'atlen. Tiny are cliarg?d with tetty larcenv, and werj sent un for six niontha and f.'O eich. Tiiev are tooth hats, only 19 e:us of ace and they drifted into Lmgdon pome six mnn'iis aun. Nolle. i-n:-'' pr'ts, 1 :'S i. on can send me your list and 1 will get your hills stru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY.' HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. FEB. 6, 1806 NO. 23. VOL. 6. AN AWFUL ACT. A Chicago Carpenter KHI3 His Entiro Family. DOINGS AT THE BOND iilM- Tho Administration's Losn Meet: With Great Success. ATTEND THE SEVEN DEAD DISCOVERED. A BIG STRING OF BIDDERS. Quick action taken on special quo ii from big Li nru-suc Houses securer the following great values 1 lease of the "Only" 10,000 yards Law Iionsdale Bleach ed renoeLL. Heavy Brown TJTuslin Muslin, jiasun, Tq at ?,c yard Tq se at 5c yard. 10 pieces Good Feath- 2!) pieces Fruit of the er Ticking -natural Loom lmproved"-you stripe-width full 32 in. know the value, .To sell at 12Jc yard. To sell at 7c yard. 1 job lot Table Da- 10 pieces Sanitary mask in cream, some Canton Flannel, 5U 64:-inch, some 50-mch, inches wide-you nave all good for 35c yard, p aid 7.c this y ear. To sell at 5c yard. To sell at be yard A regular value in Brown Sheeting is 1 2ic far ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE m GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTINB CO lU A. HUTTOH, H. I. FOSTKR, PresiuVnt. 60' j A Treaa. UTCHIHSOH. : ; Umi Dr. Jameson evidently did not cor rectly diagnose the Boer's case. When It comes to buffeting the waves of time, man would rather bo a fog horn. The flour output for 1895 was 10,581, 000 barrels, the largest ever made by 800,000 barrels. Gladstone's successor as the Grand Old Man hasn't lifted his head above the horizon yet. England is making a tremendous naval display; and so did Spain in tUs day of the Armada. Rev. Sam Jones Is now preaching on "How to Get There and How lo iifay There." Ho certainly knows. Prof. Dyche, the distinguished nat uralist, Is entirely self-taught. When .13 years old ho had not yet learned the alphabet. Cuba's tobacco crop has been greatly decreased by reason of the war, but there seems to be no diminution in Ha vana cigars. The consumption of milk and cream would be greatly increased If it could bo delivered in a puxo state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

SISTER A STORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION BY WILKIE. INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER IV. ! HE land-steward started this time with genuine as tonishment. "For me!" he exclaimed. "M a d e m o 1 s e lie Hose has troubled herself to keep a cup of coffee hot for me!" The old serv ant stared; Tru 7,1 dalne stopped and looked back. "What is there so very surprising," he asked, "in such an or dinary act of politeness on my sister's part?" "Excuse me, Monsieur Trudalne," answered Lomaque; "you have not passed such an existence 03 mine you are not a friendless old man you have a settled position in the world, and are ' used to be treated with consideration. I am not. This is the first occasion in my life on which I find myself an ob ject for the attention of a young lady, and it takes me by surprise. I repeat my excuses pray let us go in." Trudalne made no reply to this curi ous explanation. He wondered at it a little, however, and he wondered still more, when entering the drawing room...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

Ibutcblnson Ba3ette. Catered at the postoffloe In Hutchinson, Kmsm, . m second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. TWUI8 OF 4UB8CtPTION, 11.(10 PEHYEAB C. E. SIDLINGEK, i ascriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson FEBRUARY 1896. Sua. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur, Frl. Sat. 8 15 10 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 J23 24 Our Candidates. For Tresldent, CONGRESSMAN J A3. MAGUIRE, of California, For Vice-President, MAYOR PINGRaE, oJ Detroit. PLATFORM. Tlra establishing f a purely demo cratic form of government, in which every voter has a cbanoe of passing on all laws of Ren hi nl application, through what is known as tbe initiative and referendum. OUR SLOGAN. No more bonds forever. Without wishing to make our- aelves seem overly interested In the matter, we again arise to say that Kansas has been redeemed. It la rumored that Judge Baahorihas bought the Gazettk of Hutchinson. Kingmau Journal. Merely a mortgage Bro. Brown and oteven that. Tillman's speech w hs a little hit nsh b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

OJTKH0OP5 eo. 1 HUTCHISON, KANSAS. J. A. MILNE, Man. For new soring stock wfcich will arrive in tne next three weeks we will clean up a few odd lines in winter goods at jess than cost. Cloaks and Capes. We have today by actual count just 46 garments in stock. We Will close them all out iat 10 per cent, discount on what we paid for them-all this season's goods. Children's Union Suits in silver grey and ecru, sizes 2 to 6, ribbed, fleece lined or good 50c garment-we will clean them up at 35c. Ladies' Monarch Past Black Hose. The best 25c stocking in the country-we have a surplus of them to clean up at 20c. Ladies' Burlington Fast Black ; Hose. Marshall Field and CJo's Famous 15c Stock -ang-we will offer one as3 of tham special at Mail Orders attended to the same day as received To Hake Room m LEADER j o c . . BAKTHOLDT'S BILL. Chicago Thinks the Impure Water Bill Is Aimed at Her. THE BAYAltD 11ES0LUTI0N. It Will Ro Culled Cp Af ler the Ilonil 11 111 Been IJlHpnaed ot The fresU dent St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

i FOE FREE COINAGE THE SENATE DEFEATS THE HOUSE BOND BILL. Passes the Silver Substitute br n Vote ol 48 to 35 Provides for Free and Un limited Coinage or Silver at the Rati of 10 to 1 The Vote in Detail. Washington, Feb. 3. The free coin ago bill passed the Senate Saturdt.; by a majority of seven. There was a good deal of parliamentary sparrinp before the linal vote was reached, and a number of senators were disap pointed becau.se they were excluded from offering amendments. The amendments that were pending before 2 o'clock were voted upon and rejected. Then Mr. Gorman made a motion to lay the whole bill on tho table and this was defeated. The bill was reported then from committee of tho whole to the Senate and passed bv the following vote ol 42 to i5: Yeas Ailen, Bacon, Hate, Berry, Blauchard, Brown, Butler, Call, Cam eron, Cannon. Carter, Chilton, Clark, Cockrcll, Daniel, George, Harris, Irby, Jones ot Arkansas, .Tones of Nevada, Kyle, Mantle, Mitchell of Oregon, Pasco, l'effcr, 1...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

X ITcnzine rubbed ton on me cage 01 tarpet is a Bnre preventive of moths. In coSking spinach, a grating of nutmeg much improves the flavor. It ia well to add a little vinegar to the water in which 6alt fish is soaked. If a eprig of parscly dipped in vine gar is eaten after an onion, no un pleasant odor from the breath can be detected. A portrait busfof Ilannibal, which has come down to us from Roman times, represents him with a strong Roman nose. Pugilists say that a blow on the nose Is attended with more pain than onf on any other part of the body. Man is the only animal whose nos trils open downward. Even in the highest apes the nostrils open to the front. The French and Spanish Bourbons were all endowed with large, thick noses. Most of thuiu, in Addition, had weak chins. As early as 100 13. C. the Greek wri ters make mention of pulling the nose as an insult offered by one man to another. A Canal Clinked Dp Is practically useless. Tlie Immnn organ ism is provided witli a canul whi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 February 1896

FRANK VI WOODWARD, DENTIST. Oflice andrecidanc in the McOurdy-Oillut Viil iln" hnnthwe' comer of Main and Blur- Man. Ke&iuence mini tour. ma OMc. M. J. Buddy, the dentist has moved his office from the Masonic block to JNo north Mtiu street over the i'aolflu ex press Go's, oflice. A Bo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jameson, liv- in at the coioiwr of lm and l'1"'11 streets are the parents of a new toy horn Tuesday morning. Tbe) Armarjr 10 Movf. Workman are repairing the hall over YanZandt's implement house for the purpose of liuiiitf up better quarters for the 2nd reainient K. N. l. SOU IliiudreU V ". Mr. M. J. Dix. of Lincoln township, last week butchered a two year-o'd ahoat which weighed over 800 pounds If Uncle Zeno or any of his bovs can beat this, we want to know it. A Hew alepot. The Missouri Pacific Railway Co.. acrjst, to.un juvot if-. -m : yiu-.. . one. Auew passenger dwpot will ut fcuilt sometime during the present year. fred Hob lw. Sheriff Dykes, of Stafford county, brought a ...

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