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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

I t Local and Personal I Wines of all kinds at tin K. C. The Isreal block is now well un der way. All kinds of Wines at the White Elephant Bar. Fred Herbst has been d o i n k neat sign painting about town this week. W. M. Allridge of Lehigh, I. T. as a homeseeker and is negotiating for the corner barbershop. Eight year old White Corn Whiskey, this is pure goods Legal Tender Saloon. Several especially good prop ositions of lots and houses for sale in the Russell Addition. m 26tf Capt. J. P. C. Langston has had rheumatism for several weeks but is improving at this time. The wool market is looking up a little. Considerable of the sum mer clip is getting into Tucumca ri. The lamb crop is a good one and the wool clip is getting into market, the sheep men are in the clover. H. C. Bowen's old whiskey 26 years old, the oldest and best on the market now in the world Legal Tender Saloon. Whooping cough has been going the rounds here all summer and now measles are beginning and will presumable...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

GOSSIP Fill THE MIL CAPITAL The Sting of the Ex-Senatorial Wasp Senator from Pennsylvania Brings That State Much Honor. WASHINGTON. Hx-Scnator Chandler, "tlio wasp of the Senate," ns ho was formerly known, has managed to got into his natural olomont. wlikh is hot water. Ho mixed in tho railroad rate legislation as an intermediary hetwoon tho strenuous President Roosevelt nnd the vitriolic Sena'or Tillman, of South Carolina. The oppor tunity to have some fun was too great for Mr. Chandler to let pass. President Koosevelt, ns everybody who has come in personal contact with him knows, is impetuous and in private con versation speaks his mind very freely and sonic times extravagantly about those with whom he may have a difference of opinion. On the rate hill the president hnd somo strong differences and to Senator Chandler ho talked very freely about Senators Spooner, Knox and Foraker. It so happened that two of theso men, Spooner and Koraker. have been in Mr. Chandler's bad books for s...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

AND CONQUERING SQUASH BUG. Best Methods of Protecting the Vines from the Ravages of This Pest. After the squashes, cucumbers ami melons are well started the squuh bug makes its appearance. Those who have a Kin-den know the flat, rusty black crouturo with its vile odor. In spring or curly summer the eggs are laid on the leaves and stems of plants, sometimes singly, but usually In groups of from 12 to f0. They are brownish-yellow and easily found. Fortunately the insect confines its at- j teniion almost entirely to ettcurbl tuceous plants. As the bugs grow they scatter over the leaves, molting live times beloro they reach maturity. Naturally the , jdant is weakened by such attentions, j A leaf that has nourished many bugs will turn yellow, and if the pests are numerous enough the whole plant may I be killed. It is sometimes claimed , lhat the bug stings the loaf and kills it, but it would bo more to the point to say that the leaf is tapped and its life-blood sucked out. In autumn the ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

VNCAS No 7 R.ED MEN LODGE ORGANIZED. Starts Out Under Ihc Most Favor able Conditions, Charier Membership 24. A Ked Men's Tribe Uncus No. 7 Improved Order ol Kid Mi-ii was organized here Thursday nihl with a charter membership of twenty four, Great 5 a c h e m Leon L. Godchauxof Deminn and Deputv G. S. Geo. Weij-eleof Alamonordo, liaviny the work in charge. Mr. Godchaux is one of the best inform ed Red Men in the west and the way he put on the secret work was without precedent, said many old cheifs who were present. Deputy Weitfele is an able assistant and will sow no to the top of the honor ladder of the order in New Mexico. Wei'uele will remain here until a bout the 20th instant to drill the team. This tribe is starting out under the most favorable circum stances. It has a spendid equip ment including paraphernalia and $.o to S50 in the Wampum Helt and material that should insure its unquestionable success. The team selected under the able direction of Deputy G. S. Weigele should i...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

4 49 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 W. P. BUCHANAN, Pre.'t. EAR.L GEORGE Cuhier. I The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. I General Banking Business Transacted. TUCUMCARI, N. M. hh & bb b b b h i & & & i JUDGE MANN FOR. JOINT STATEHOOD Alamogordo, N. M., Julys. The Evening Citizen, Albuquer que, N. M. Gentlemen Now that the ques tion is settled on joint statehood or none, I am most heartily in fa vor of joint statehood, under the lioeral provisions of the Hamilton bill, as passed, and I cannot see how the territories of Arizona and New Mexico can afford to refuse it. We have a wonderful country, whose resources are undeveloped and will remain so as long as we remain territories, governed as wc are by a body of men who know little of our interests and care less we are seriously handicapped. Our people are just as capable of self government as the people of any state and are as deserving of it. It seems to me that by accepting joint statehood we would b...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

4t AN ATTRACTIVE PORCH. How r., Simple Householder with a Small Poich Cnn Give It an Out door Appearance. So m.'itiy of our leisure hours arc spout on t ho pinch in summer that it is of ureal Imiiorlaii'-e to lnve It as at tractive, and convenient as possible. It is much harder to make a small porch attractive titan a large one, where vell-d r-igno-l pieces of furni ture look wfll against a delightful set tillR of trees and vines, but in t ho Bubttr' :n districts the housekeeper of Uttlo means has many problem-- to be nolvod. It is necessary to bring the outdoor feoMng as much as possible on to the porch. Pots of growing plants, or boxes fastened on to the woodwork of tbe lKii'ch. serve as a screen from passers by, and are always attractive to those slttiliR on the porch. These can be covorcJ with pieces of Virginia cork nailod irregularly against the sides of tlto boxes, and give a very attractive rustle appearance. Font baskets may also be hung in the- spneos between the posts, an...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL Arri.IfATIONS.as tlicr cnnm.t rrh t ., .cat of tho dlu.ie. cuarrl, uX'iTamni. titllon fllncMMR. nnU lit on er to cure It ymi n jifi . J nter.ml rc.nc.llc.. Ilall'nCtUrrh Ci ro ukrn In" tcrnlly, nrt ct'd rcrt y on tlio lilooU nn.l iiiiiro.i. nirf.ee;. Iimr. CHUrrh'ciiro I? ... t n nek i cine. 1 1 wu prra erlliiid l.y one of t he best pl.y, K, In this country for yrr nml Ik n riwilar pricrlntlnn with tlio lient blood pilrlllcM, nctlnc directly on ilin mucoui urfaccj. TJ,U pcrfrct cml,lnatlon of S two liiRrRdlpntH la what produce atir.li wonderful re ultt Id curlmc c ntnrr ... He 5,1 for testimonial" fr fin.d h, dAUV "p.U0"' Vt" Toled0' Tako Ilair Vamlly 1'IIU for conntlpatton. Willing; lo Oblige. "Olvo mo tho city hnll. please," snM tho lady to (he conductor of tlio Btroot rar. "I should ho plart to do so. madam." replied tho conductor, who was a now man and had been greatly impressed by the rules of tho company, which Insisted upon employes being co...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

I Get your Cold $ Drink at Campbell's WM.M. POPE FOR. JOINT STATEHOOD Roswell, N. M., July 5. mod. The Evening Citizen, Albuquer que, N. M. Gentlemen Referring to your letter of June 28, I beg to say that I favor the acceptance of joint statehood, as offered by congress, for the following, among other reasons: First It is the best that we can get. A prolonged and united ef fort to secure separate statehood having failed, we must take joint statehood or nothing. The home ly theory that half a loaf is better than none at all, holds good in -matters of even this magnitude. Second The people of Arizona will make the best of fellow citi zens. During my service with the land court, and I speak advisedly, I spent considerable time in that territory, and assert they are a splendid class of citizenship, com bined with the true snirit of the GET west, and capable of doing their full share toward the success of the new enterprise. Third Congress has extended us by the statehood bill, most lib ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

T H. C. BOWEN'S 1880 old whiskey. This famous old whisky wilt soon be off the market. It is now in stuck at the K. C. SALOON WILLIAM PATTY. PROP. Cur bar whiskey, Old Osca r Pepper, is ten years old. All our barrel whiskey is doublostampcd goods HEIMS AND PABTS BEERS, BOTTLE AND DRAFT Bonded goods of all kinds. Rye, Bourbons and Corn whiskies of best brands. Wines of all brands. We want to call your attention to our Hungarian Blackberry Juice and Wild Cherry Bitters. FOURTH OF JULY FINANCIAL STATEMENT. RECEIPTS. First National Bank $25.00 Gross Kelly & Co 25.00 25.00 25.00 15.00 150 15.00 15.00 15 00 M. U. Goldenberg Co M. B. Fowlor Jackson-Fox worth Lumber Co Morgan & Grubbs J. Pace & Co J. Lanigan VV. M. Patty J. Isra'.l Geo. Moore S. C. Pandolfo 10.00 Gus. Mathis to.oo Silas Ma 10.00 Tucumcari News . . to.oo Street & Baker 10.00 Barnes & Hankin 10.00 H. M. Smith & Co '0.00 J. J. Harrison 7- A. K. Carter 5-oo John Coble 5 00 T. W. Heman 5 A. B. Dauber 5 00 ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

THE TUOMICAHI NKWS TUCUiMCAKI - NEW MEXICO. Anti-Dog League. Although the dog is generally ac cepted as being i1h truest friend of lilt! human rare, he lias hla enemies who are loyal to their hatred.. An ef fort of these people to get together and give foue and direction to their antipathy has just begun, having its orliMn with Ambrose IMorce. the es sayist and satiti.-M on the follies and foibles of both canities anil humans. .Mr. lllerce. says the New York Press, has all his lifetime been an enemy of the dog and has given a great deal of attention to projects for his re moval from the face of the earth. l:i the prospectus of the Anti-Dog League It is set forth "that he is the only one of our domestic animals whose oxlstence is due altogether to hered ity, lie is tin anachronism, a sur vival, a heritage of shame. He is ad dicted to more unmentionable habits than the number of hairs on his tall, and in point of inutility he dominates the situation like a brick ship in a fishing flee...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

r ISPS MODERN BEE KEEPING. Tho Tosslbilitles Under Improved Conditions Are Almost Limitless. Fifty yonrs havo witnessed wonder ful changes in most Industries, but none greater than have been made in modern beo culture. In our grandfa thers' days bees wore kept in straw "sleeps," log "gums" and box hives. After tolling through the long summer to lay tip Restore of sweets, the cold days of autumn saw the bees consigned to the sulphur pit, while their combs of honey were mashed up and hung in r a muslin bag before the tiro to drip. "St rained" honey was tho result and sometimes there was a decided flavor of beo-bread and brimstone. The interior of tho beehive was a sealed book until 18f2, when the genius of Langstroth, by tho Invention of the movable comb-hive, broke the seal and allowed man to scan the wonderful pages. This was the first, tha revolu tionary step of modern bee-culture the foundation of all subsequent Im provements. To-day bee culture Is almost an exact science. There i...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 14 July 1906

ft v 1 " . . X X 444VM44-4-4' t "The only exclusive Clothing and Dry Goods store in Quay Co." Mid Summer Wash Sale To reduce our summer wash tfoods we place our entire line on sale at sucli un heard of low price, that we would advise you to be on ti tin; Monday morning bright and early to secure your choice. All of our $ l3c, lo, and 12 l-2c goods go for All our 15c and 18c goods go for All our 2oc, 25c, and 3oc goods go for Choice of the best in the house values up to 5oc, go at 7c 15c 25c SaJc from Monday July 16, to Saturday July 21 The Golden Rule Cash Store. "Everything for ICverybody." t y f f y y y y y y y V V y y My y ip 4 Whitmore & Co. M. N. WHITMORE. PROP. The Place to Buy your 4 Staple Fancy Groceries. KANSAS CITY HEATS-FISH, ETC. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 We take your orders and make prompt delivery.. . . OUR. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. INCORPORATED. (Continued from first pane) under the statute of this territory for per jury. 2 Si. At the election herein provided there shall h...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

to -i8 05 Quay Gounty Volume 1. No. 30. TUCl'NCAUl, NRW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JULY 21, 1000. Subscription $1,50 a year. CONVENTION Vote on Statehood Proposition to be Held November 6. OFFICIAL CALL BY THE EXECUTIVE 'ID tin; people of tin Territory nf New Mexico; On Hit' 10th day ol une, ume., the President of the- United States appioved an Act ol the Congress, entitled: "An Act to enable the people ol Oklnho ma ami Indian Territory to form a consti tutional ami State government and be ad mitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States; and to enable tin people "of New Mexico and Arizona to form a constitution and Stab; government and bit admitted into the Union on equal footing with the original States." Sections 23 to 41 inclusive of the said Act of Congress provide that the inhabitants ol all that part of the area of the United States now constituting the terri tories ol New Mexico and Arizona may, if the people of these terri tories so elect, become the stale ol Ar...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

THE STOCK EXCHANGE bAlAJUis j RESTAURAN i Very Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Restaurant handling all market affords. iiv;- us a trial Respectfully, OHO. A. MOOR.:. I ". v t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( ill if nil. -I'll nt muni r, fun, 'Ot' Territory ol Ni'w Mexico. ( of tlx: Si t ioi.it t CIKTU'ICATE OF COMPARISON I. J. V. Kaynolds, Secretary o th ter ritory o Ni:w MfMco, do hereby cert if) t lint ili. i was fituil ftu rt'roril in tills office m nine: o'elnck n. in., on the elevonlh day of July, A. 1 ' , nini., AMI Ifl.KS 1 1 1' INt tlKI'OMATION OK 'INK UMi AUI I Kl'ST SA VINOS MAN K. INt'OKPDRATlCn (No. .')l luitl also, that I have coin pa rod the. follow ing copy ol ilii- saint , with tliu original thoruol now on lilt;, and duclare ii to In n con urn transcript therefrom and of tin wlinlo thereof. Ciivun under my hand and tho Oreat Sinl ol i ho Territory ol Now Mrxico, at the City of Santa Fc, tin Capital, on this eleventh day of July, A. I)., inoi.. J. V. Havnoi.hs, dtt.t. Secretary ol ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

:1 '4 SALOO FINE WINES, LIQVO&S and CIGARS. II. M. SMITH . CO. Tt;Tir u, . 4 ......... I III; I'lHICfNIA 3 Barber Shop i n the Cnnifr. - - A NOT AN!) COM) I5ATMS v v Aent .lamnnnln Steam I .nun. try V. A. AURII)(iE Proprietor What's in a name? A sjfond drill wIhmi that name is "Howe59 Stamped on a loaf of bread. lTor those round itch in loaves, rail at The Pioneer Bakery. J. S. KABRICH NEW WAGON AND FEED YARD All Kinds nt Food Stuff Constantly On Hand i $ Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family lias need of a reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the year. This remedy is recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value. It lias received thousands of testimonials from (ratcfiil people. It has been prescribed by phy sicians with the most satisfactory results. It lias often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned. It only costs a quarter. Can you altord to risk so much for so little? B...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

Lloyd Valley Hems. Jenkins Flat Happenings (Correspondence. j Corubsimndkni. u. I Com is looking lino in the valley. J'' '9- i m.,.i .. Weil Deaf News, I will write again. I 1. 12. lJrw n went to uctuncnd Monday. , , ', ... J , .1 am oat ol em dot es but will manage some We Itnve had sovnral fin,.,! showor ice j q rm e,ow Umt tlio Iiail storm. I wtote iltal Mv Mexico was burned up l?d. lieus from the plains, wan in our iniKtlt Thursday. Jim driggs from l'nurto canyon, .tuyod in iltu valley Monday night. Then; was a good attendance at thu singing school Sunday evening. Josh ltristo from near l'nurto, stnjod with Lloyd valley people Saturday night. Mr. Campbell spoke at our school house Saturday night on socialism. Ho made a good talk. One of Uncle Hilly Moore's sons from the llodsou neighborhood passed through to the valley Saturday, in pursuit or some parties that were driving ofl throe head of horses belonging to Cnrle Hilly. The party was seen traveling east. The box supper the ni...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

4V ? J? V sv i 19 4V ? 19 V IV 4V V 4V V 4V The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. General Banking Business Transacted. TlXTMCANI. - N. M. ' ! J J ,! 'a- RT AND SALE STABLE. STfll ET & I3AKEI-1 5: Good Rigs and Good Horses, TJ .... - Teams rind drivers to nil noints in the cotinlrv. QUAY COUNTY FOR. JOINT STATEHOOD Slierill Street talks to ;i w Mexican reporter about Juay Countv. "Tin' county is juvtty evenlv di vitb'd between the 1 Vmocrals and Republicans. I Iowevt r, I can sav this much that regardless ot jolli ties, 1 do not know ol hall a dozen ! t, ,uls to occupy. voters in the county who do not favor joint statehood. Our people want it, and will give a bi.u major it in lavor of ol the measure at the cominii election. "nuay County is beiuy rapidly settled up by homeseelceis Irom the north and middle west. Manv whom I have seen ajjear to be a jood class ol industrious, moral people. The rains which have fallen so abundantly in Santa Ft pi iiinnt with western Kansas wheat and...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

The Tucumcari Mews Published Sattiel.tvs The Tucumcari Printing (o. at Tiicnnii in V"i. i Official Paper of Quay County Subscription, $1.50 the Yc;ir 'I'lilcrcd Jiseciinj-cl.m nulla .Knb-r 10 lOr al tin- post nUitr Jt Tiifimicjii. New MrxiM unjrr jci nl Coiif-ieM nl M.ireh I, 1871." Announcements I hereby announce myself .1 candidal! for re-elerliou i the office ni sheriff of (Jitay Count , subject m the will of iht 1 Jentoer.ilic party Respectfully, I. A. STKKKT. and thr-signatures thereto, and upon the U jt or not except as it nllecls the deposit of one hundred dollars foi inciden-, communjlv interests. We believe t.-il expenses, they shall cause the other . . lines of said proposed torriloiN to bo local- if tilt- majority ol the legal voteis t il by permanent Hone monuments so that 0j lnr r0niniunity should decide lo the limits ol said incorporated town or vil- , , . ., ,,, l,,e may bo easily detained b anyone ."Corporate that li would meat, n .. nd they shall forthwith isue an o...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

Local and Personal - - Wines ol all kinds at th. K. C. Km k I ,;md R . Co. W. dnesdav. Tlu- White Elephant ke,ps f (,, i n , , ' ' .. . Davis was m liom the farm ,UI' l, 'I' ut sday with a number ol spring M. B. Fowler has painted the chickens lor tin market. He says brewery, his crop is a good one nil along tin Benito I laca has moved into his liiie. n,,w ll0n,L'' U. N. Williams was in town All kinds ol Wines at tin- White from lh ranch two or three days. Elephant Par. 1 1 Ie tells us that things are look- Tablets Tablets of all kinds at ! inK i U mU in nis neck 'o the the Top Notch. I woods. Pure Kentucky whiskies at the' C, G. Crichet, editor ol the L'u- White IClephant. it, I ion H'-nild, Hernice, La., is in town looking around. He intends Largest and best line of cigars at the Top Notch. The wine what am Kscnpernoug. At the Legal Tender. Smead has hought out the II owe bakery, the Pioneer Bakery, j Domestic and Imported cigars at the White Elephant, tl. M. 15. Fowler went to Da...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 21 July 1906

a: a a uuiiuuuuiiuuuuuuuuuuuii muuuuiiiniiium minumiiiuuiiiiiiiiLmiJ.u.u''. 3 e ! RACKET STORE first door west of Top Notch No more dust to liejit, whv not li.sli.ti up out pallor bed room or dining room with new shades ;uul Luv riu tains. W-an- olferini; them to vou cheaper than you have i v i lunmht tlKm lielore. Heautiful patterns, lace curtains, length 7am: width o inches, prior reduced to per pair Hi st grade ol shades, mounted on best spring rollers, deep hinge to match; these shades we now sell lor Haby caps, beautilul patterns, been selling for 35c to ior. reduced to 3 a 3 a j j a a a a a a a Turkish Towel Sale )ii) in unbleached Turkish '-'-p towels now go at per ur Jlv' i.'niii fringed, last ImniiT Q'-f' no at per pair . 1 7m bleached towels at per pair 25c Glassware Reduced s pickle dishes, 1 or; .1 olive dishes, lor; large covered glass bowls, plain, 40c: 1 large ten inch berrv bowl at Jtc; 2 glass salad bowls at 15c These ate specials tor this week onlv. Respt. A. JOWIf...

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