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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

Women Give Away the Millions Men Have Fought For N-UW YUHK. How Ik tho Amor Icnn wonmii spending tliu for tuno which tho American man la amassing? How does tho American wife or daughter net as nlmimer for tho Amurlt'iin multl-mllllonnlro? Wrltera thoro Iiuvo been, both Amor Icnn nml foreign, who huvo deif.ired that tho American man's money went to create u nation of human buttorlllcH. Hut social hldtory roch to provo that tho uvcrngo wife or daughter of tho avorogo American man of enormoiiH furtmio stops between bitttorlly (lights In Boclal rcnlms to study tho desires nnd nmbltlona of hiiRbaiul mid father as to the dlspoHltlon or tho millions ho Is no Industriously acquiring. Mrs. Lclnnd Stanford wnB tho pio neer In executing' tho chnrltnblo do signs of her htiBband. Hlio spent 13.1,000,000 for tho educational nil vancoment of California at Stanford uulverslty nhine. Mrs. HushcII Sago Is n close second, with $05,000,000 at her command, which she Is dispensing at tho rate of about $2...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'nlilUhedaTer; Krld7 at Cakkizozo Nitw Mkxico. Htitrtl n aoeonil oImah mnller Jinii' IS, ItOt.at tlm wti)t!lrn nlCnrrlmzo, Nnw Mm loo, uniler t ho Act it Mnrrliit, 1X7. HUIIBCIIUTION liATKHt Oat Knar. Jlx Mimtha, t.to 11.00 t Sit, A. IIAM'.Y, Kit I tor. Tlic report is now that vc will be offered statehood, with a string to it wc must adopt a suitable constitution. The territorial tax rate has doubled the past twelve years, and yet we hear a great deal about the economy of the repub lican administration. Statehood will come when the cast yets ready to give it to us. Wc arc not making very strong calculations on the proposition, for we don't believe ready. the cast is The president seems to fear that New Mexico, if given state hood, will adopt a constitution like Oklahoma, and he can't stand for that. Our fear, if wc arc ever given the opportunity of framing a constitution, is that it will not be half ns good as Okla homa's. who sail yachts. But, of course, this do...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The hook worm is getting in , his deadly work In this town. The entire population is resting. Mrs Stevens, wife of the Sher iff, came up from Lincoln yes terday, anil will remain until Monday. Dr. Paden has received a fresh supply of vaccine, and will vacci nate any person who calls upon him for 25c. Any children whose parents arc too poor to pay will be vaccinated free. The White Oaks young folks will give a Grand Ball on Thanks giving night, November the 25th. Everybody invited to attend and a good time is assured to all. Gome one come all. W. J. Steele claims the dis tinction of having killed one of the biggest, if not the biggest, buck of the season, lie killed him in the Capitan mountains the first of the month, and he dressed 200 pounds. The New Mexico Iron Mining Co. is doing considerable develop ment work on some iron property in the Capitaua. A. II. Hudspeth has the wnrk in charge, and has a number of men employed. The company desires to ascertain the exte...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Court adjourned Tuesday, on nccoinit of serious illness in Judge Cooley's family. He left for Al amogordo that day. Court will reconvene next Monday. Charles T. Sidlo, represent ing the J. II. Causey Co., Iiond buyers, Denver, appeared before the board of county commission ers Monday, in regard to the is stiance of bonds. Mr- Sidlo ex pects to again be present when the board opens the bids on Tues day, the 23rd., iust. J. G. Higgle, probate clerk, was up from Lincoln Monday, to record the county commissioners proceeding that day. He start ed on his return to Lincoln, Mon day evening, accompanied by his daughter, Genevieve, who has been visiting the Chew family at While Oaks the past two weeks. Rev. G. C. Uerryiuau, of Ala tuogordo, will preach Sunday at 11 and also at night it) the Skin ner building, which has been lil ted up for a temporary court room. We understand that the Baptist congregation has called Kev. Uer rymatt to this station and that they are consideri...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

8 1 Welch & Titsworth 1 I Wholesale and Retail General Merchandise o a o K "A A W H 14 O WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. B. R. Robinson was over from life HntiWrt itnmn I li n on r xt nnrf r f lilt! WWItVWlVtI WIVtMStJ t W the week. George A. Hunt was in town Saturday from the lower part of i the county. T. B. Meek wns up from Tula- .... .. rosa uus wcck, greeting iricns at this, his former home. Sam Neid has sold his dwelling and lots to II. IS. Pine, and the purchaser and family now occupy the building. Miss Wingficld, who has been visiting the family of her hrnllmr P W WilUrllntll mi Will. doso, left Sunday evening for Kansas City. Frank Crumb, who closed out his property in White Oaks and left the laticr part of September, writes us that he has settled in .Douglas, Arizona. John Cole was up Saturday from his ranch below Lincoln. Wliili lmro ln didn't fail in mil it this oflice, adding a little sun- iiitn rim rnnntiin i ni ?i on ii. iiuiii u h u i biib ii in i ii u it u BU...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

mfm:-'' CARRIZOZO NEWS CARIUZOZO NEW MEXICO DIETING A RAILROAD ENGINE Locomotive! Kept Under the Care of Hloh Salaried Food Experts. Hnllroadlng In n pretty oxnct Bcloncc ond tho big lmikIiio on tho tenting tnblu nt Altoona Is only two of many ovl dencca of tho ttklll Hint In being brought to bonr upon tho operation of tho great rnllrond properties of tho country nt tho present time. This engine goes upon diet, says Outing. Dr. Wiley down nt Welling ton, with IiIb young men sustnlnlng themselves Bclcntincnlly upon mens- urcd and selected foods, bus Homcthlng of tho flnmo method thnt Is shown with tho test cnglno nt Altoann. Us supply of cont Is cnrotully weighed and ann lyzcd by sample. An nccountlng of tho nuiount con Binned down to ounces Is kept; tho water supply In also cxnntined nnd mensured with grcnt care. When tho test Is finished nnd tho big cnptlvo englno has covered miles of thcorctlcnl grades with n long thcorutlcal train hitched on behind tho exports got busy with their...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nnil Gn.isln Picked Up Here and There In Wnslilnillon. A DOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION Cured by LydiaE.Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound Paw Paw, Mich. " I Buffered terrl- 1;,, -a iiiyirotn remain ma, g, ' ifl Including inlltim P'SSaPfc'! In!lt,oa nn(l COllgCS- lion, lor several years. Sly doctor Mid Micro was no bono for me but nn operation. I began inning l.ymn x.. Plnkliam'fl Vegcla Mo Comtiound. and I can now Bay I n:n n woll woman." Emma DitAri:n. Another Operation Avoided, Chicago, 111. "I want women to know what that wonderful mcdlclnu, Lydla H. Plnkham'a Vcgctablo Com pound, has dono for mo. Two of tho best doctors in Chicago ttald I would dlo If I did not havo nn operation, and I novor thought of seeing n well day again. I hadn Rmall tumor nnd femalo troubles no that 1 Buffered day nnd night. A friend recommended Lydla 12. Plnkham'o Vcgotablo Compound, nnd it raado mo a woll woman." llrs. Aiai:na BrritLixo, 11 Lnngdon St, Chicago, 111. Lydla E. Plnkham's...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 12 November 1909

J"1" I" ' 1111 "' ' NECESSARIES VS. LUXURIES. One of the claims made for the new tariff bill by Scuntor Altlrich and other sponsors whs that it bore down strongly upon the lux uries, thus making the rich who consume tlicni, pay mere for them, while at the same time it greatly reduced the rates on the neces saries, the things that the great middle class use, thereby reduc ing the prices upon them, The News was curious to learn whether this was true or not. It listed eight articles that arc dis tinctly luxuries, and it also listed eight other articles which arc distinctly necessaries. Here they arc: NltOHSSAHIKS Per Cent. Sugar 78.87 Blankets H.5.42 Yarns 138.12 Carpets 66.72 Stockings 87.95 Clothing 86.61 Dress Goods (wool) 105.92 Shirts 60.10 I.UXUNIUS Per Cent. Diamonds 10 Automobiles 45 Champagne 50 Furs 35 Painting and Statuary 20 Jewelry 60 Jewel Boxes .... 32 Yachts 35 These arc official figures taken from the publication issued by the senate committc on finance, Lincoln (Nib )...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

'I A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARUIZO,0, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOV EM HER I'J, t'JO'J. NUMHKK 41 US Court Notes. The grand jury made its limit report Monday evening and was discharged. Forty-four true bills were returned, th i r ty-thrce no bills and four sent back to life justices ol the peace from whence A Special Term, if Necessary. Carrizozo, N. M. Nov. IV, 1'J. John A. Haley. Kmj., Editor Carrizozo News. My Dear Sir: I should like, if : i i.. I... ...I .1.... i I . . . . i.. ll is rciiieiuiieren iiiui una in iiiu first session of the grand jury since July, l'JOS, the proportion remains about as usual. The grand jury wan in session for two weeks and one day, the longest session, in this county, for many years. Judge Coolcy returned Sunday night, and court was called the next morning. A jury had been secured in the case of C. 1J. Dyer, charged with assault, but the hearing was interrupted by the reception of u telegram which called the j...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

10ESIIRGIJR. Finance's Crown Prlnoe Out of Limelight. Keeps Business and Family Absorb Interest of J. Plerpont's 8on, on Whose Shoulders Father's Respontl. bllltles Are Doing Placed, Now York. J. I'lorpont Morgan, jr., who enmu Into nntlonnl proinl ticnco rernntlv liv linlnu nlnptnil n ill rector of tho Nntlonnl City bank, tho Krestcst flnnnclnt Institution In A in pr ion, In known to Ills InmlinntcB as Jack Morgan, nnd does not fnncy tho limelight. In innny respects HiIh crown prlnco of flnnnco Ib, ns Jnmos J. Illll recently snld of lilm, "n chip off tho old block." In nppenrnnco ho Is tho linnRu of his fnthcr 20 yenrs ngo. "I hnvo never been Interviewed nbout iiiyRcIf, nnd I do not over Intend to be." Mr. Morgan nld tho othor dny. Tho emphnBls ho plnced upon Ills wordB boro n closo rcsomhlnnco to n prominent characteristic of another Morgan. For flvo ycnrB young Morgan hns been In training for tho Industrial brnnch of his father's crpnt miter- prises under tho tutelngo of no loss ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

Y1 THr. ANATOMY OTA 103QUITO Till: BclentlstB In tliu service of tliu United StntoB nnd tliu Btntcn which nru waging wnr on tliu moBqulto linvu discov ered n now inuthod of extor initiating tliu pant. This method consists In propagating nnd distributing a parasitic worm which lodges In tho body of tha mosquito and kills It or checks Its cgg-lnylng powers. It hns for sovcrnl years been recog nized that the mosquito Is ono of the worso public enemies of tho Amerlcun pcopto. Upward of 10,000 deaths oc cur from mnlnrln, which Is spread by tho mosquito alono. This llguro does not count tho vast number of people whoso systems aro weakened by mil iaria nnd thus easily succumb to oth er diseases. Tho discomfort caused by tho mo3(ulto In many parts of the country Is also a crave Injury to pros perity. Therefore anything which tends to exterminate tho mosquito Is of Immenso public bonollt. liow greatly somo regions aro In need of rollol from mosquitoes has just been shown by tho dispatches fr...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'ubll.hedeferj frldaf at Cakhizozo Nhw Mkxico. Entered iw aocond claim matter June 13, IWW.nl the ixwlolMre Ht Carrlimo, New Meilco, nmler the Act of March 3, l7. BUIWC111PT10N UATRttt One Year, ilt Monthi, $I.W 11.00 tsn. A. HAI.KY. Killlnr. One of the worst coal mine dts asters in the history of this coun try occurred at Cherry, 111., this week. Over three hundred men lost their lives as the result of an explosion and one thousand child ren were rendered fatherless. We arc not an Anglo-Maniac in fact, we have often been chided for our anti-English pro clivities but we do believe most linccrcly that if a catastrophe like that that befell the coal min crs in Illinois this week were to happen in England, somebody would be held responsible, Hu man life is held at too low a fig ure in this country. President Taft has named Thursday, November 25th., as a general day of Thanksgiving. We are told to quit work an easy job and, by inference, cat something good to all of ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

J If, ABSTRACT OF COUNTY RECORDS. Kuriitntinl lijr Ainarloaii Till." .V Trul I n. Line. In. N. M. V. I'. A. HIRHXR, I'renlileiil. i'ATKNTS Unltcil States to Nicholas Hits- tain, s2 nw4 anil s2 nu4 cc 28, twp Us rge 14 e. DltltDH Milton R Uarland and wife to V. T. Adkiiis and Lou T. Veinar u2 se4 see 22. w2 sw4 sec 23, twp 1 n rye 13 u. consideration S1.0U, Above lands are in Torrance Co. lliyiuio Sanchez and wife to Wilmot K. Morley lot 3 sec U twp y s rge 18 e consideration S5U0.OU. John Owen, as sheriff of Lin coln county, N. M., to W. K. White, Silver Kinjr Mining claim Umiita district, consideration $500.(10. ICdith 15. Anderson and hus band to Hattie lJott , lots 11 and 12 1)1 1 14 CarriKozo, consideration $5(10.00. Heirs of Jacoli George Huher to El Paso & Rock Island Kail way Co , all water rights to south fork ami main stream of Uotitto river, consideration 8400.00. MAKKIAOK I.IC1WSHS .1 nil ii N. KauuiH, 30 and Carmen P.iicdis. 23, both of Cnrrizozo; Julio Mirando, 22 a...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

An Old Citizen Gone. Golonel 1). J. M. A. Jcwctt died at his home in Capital) on Tuesday night. His death was the roHiilt of general debility and old age. lie was about seventy eight years old. The remain' wurc interred in the Cupitan cem- ctory Wednusday evening, a mini bar of old friends from here and Lincoln attending the funeral. Col. Jewett was a native of Massachusscts, but spent a por tion of his early life in ICtigland. lie came to Lincoln county al most thirty years ago from Louis iana, to which state he moved soon after the civil war. His pro fession was law, hut the past few years he had practically dropped out of active work. The deceased had been failing for the past year, and even as far back as the first of the present your ho scorned to have a premo nition that lie would not live to sue another, lie sent us at that time some verses thatmignt indi cate his belief in an early disso lution. The following selection is taken : In llinnlli-nl liouriwif I tin il)lnu jwtr I ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

Welch S: Titsworth w o W to C3 w o a 73 a C3 H 8 P3 C3 w o c3 E- a C3 Wholesale and Retail mi General Merchandise WELCH & TIT5 WORTH C A PIT AN 7 the coming year. The minister is well nntl favorbly known in this section, particularly in C. M. Estcs returned the early Pcrcival Brooks Coffin, a Chi- the new proprietor will be as sue part of the week from El Paso, cago attorney who represents a ccsslul as his predecessor" Miss Marirarct Gallachcr was bond buying ' m iu the Windy a visitor from White Oaks Tucs- City, was in Carnzozo Sunday. nouncc3 t,al whjc attending the Whitc 0aks' whcrc he preached day. Mr. Coffin's firm already holds tnectjn(r of County Commission- a of years ago. Dr. Mil- J. B. Baird was over from Fort 8omc Lincoln county bonds, and crs at CarrizoZo on the 23rd of is onc of the ablest divines in the Stanton this week, visiting his arc willing to take more. November, Tuesday, he will also southwest and is also a very en- parents. Mrs. Hattic Pons has been be pre...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

CARRIZOZO NEWS CATtlUZOZO NEW MEXICO RURAL POSTAL OERVICE. Seldom has a sapling r,r"wn to a trco In tlio llnio In which that young art-shoot of tho poatolllco department tlio rurnl delivery system, has attained Its full dimensions, says tho Haiti tuoro American. Thn development ol tho system that found Its Inception In Carroll county In this state, has been a marvel of publlo convenience. Up to tho present time tho service has cost tho government 1170,000,000, and tho third year has not yet ex pired or tho tlnio of Its full ndoptlon. It now numbers dally 20,000,000 pa trons and covers -10,910 routes. The ndvnntaKo of tho sorvlco and tho ox tensions It has mndo to tho postal fa cilities havo done moro than any oth er one thing, nsldo from modern meth ods of transportation and tho telo phono and telegraph, to promoto Intel ligence In tho country nnd to break the Isolation of country districts. Yet when tho servlco was started It wn lllttnrlv nminoml fnr ltitnc natml innllvill ' and th...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

AROUND THE HOUSE IDEAS FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF THE HOUSEWIFE. New Model of Stove Should Be of Value Plain Sort of Inexpentlve Bed Linen the Beit Novelty for Baby. Many a lioiisukcopcr Is beginning to look about for n now rnngo for the kitchen, to have It In by tlio tlmo tlio cold weather comes. Thero Is n now model which litis u special kind of draft that Is guaranteed to savo CO per cent, of ono's fuel bill. Hathcr a consideration, In theso days of high coal bills, Is It not? Ony Jnpnnoso dishes nro pretty on tho breakfast tablo. When buying very Inexpensive tablo or bod linen or towels, It Is best to got tlio plainest sort, ns any extra fancy work put Into them means that tlio difference Is mada up to tho man ufacturerB by using n poorer grado of cotton, The Hcppclwhlto pattern Is vory lovely on silver dressing tablo sets. Pineapple crystals Is a dainty dish, mado of ono sllco of preserved plno pplo Insldo a round of transparent lemon Jelly. A novelty for baby Is a hammock with s...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 19 November 1909

I- S .' '.'4 fc.' t 't' Report of the Grand Jury. Hie Honorable Alfred W. Coolcy, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of ilic Territory of New Mexico ntitl Presiding Judge of the Sixth ' Judicial Courts thereof: Your Grand Jury having' com pleted ilH work, begs leave to submit the following report: Wc have investigated 81 cases of alleged criminal wrongdoing, in 44 of which wc have returned true bills, in 33 cases no bills, and rhurc were four cases that should not have been submitted to the grand jury. The great amount of work and large numbcrof cases- coming be fore us wasou account of there hav ing been no term of court for Lin coln Co. sincn July, 1J08. The failure to hold court when the county had ample funds wc con sider not only detrimental to our citizens generally, but also unfair to those who were accused of crime, some of whom have been in jail awaiting a hearing longer than justice should permit. The knife and gun, encouraged by the liberal use of strong drink, have b...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 26 November 1909

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 10 CARRI550ZO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. NUMBER 42 5 Special MeetiBf of Board of County CennUtieMfs. The following !s a report of the Board of County Commission ers of Lincoln county, N. M., lipid Tuciday, November 23, 1909, at Carrizozo, Lincoln county, N. Mexico. Present Hon. R. II. Taylor, chairman; Chas. W. Wingficld, member; Leo Oswald, deputy sheriff; J. G. Rigglc, clerk. This meeting was an adjourned meeting' for the purpose of rc cciving bids for courthuuse and jail bonds. Bids were received as follows: Bid No. 1. J. II. Causey & Co. for the $28,000 courthouse bonds which you intend to issue, bear ing interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable semi annually, both principal and in terest payable at the office of the county treasurer or in the city of New York at the option of the holder, bonds to be dated approx imately Januaty 1st, 1910, due in thirty years from the date, op tion...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 26 November 1909

ffjrwr, . - 'UiaMiM aki- flVJk CARRIZOZO NEWS cxnmzozo new Mexico In standing off tho Moors Spain hm ponnanont job. Keep tho nation's gates barrod ignlnst tho forolgn criminal. Halloy'fl comet lias had Its oxcur Ion tlclco stamped In Heidelberg. Wo havo It at first hand from the poet Hint summer wilt not last forever. Llku tho north polo, tho Ilnllcy com t Is billed for discovery by n proccs 1on of scientific scouts. At nny rato tho world Is glnd to Uilnk that finding tho north polo Is no longer unflnlshlng business. Peru Is sending Us president's son to lenrn scientific farming In Wiscon sin, though damn raising Is but Indif ferently taught there. Thoro seems to bo no such thing In tho world as nn nutomntlc nnd In violable polomeler to ring n hell when a man rcnehrs the boreal climax. Tho pole has claimed ltd full quoin of human victims. Now that It has bocn found, aviation Is going tn tnkn Its place In the sacrifice of life to gain rlctory. A Brooklyn girl Iiiih gone thiough Hell ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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