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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 3 December 1896

ales II. DENLINGFR, Paper Leader. Winter With Hood's Sarsapa- MM rllla," Sales Talk," and gTja I f show that this medi- I UlU cine has enjoyed public confidence and patronage to a greater extent than accord ed any other proprietary medicine. This Is simply because it possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than any other. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the Btory. All advertisements of Hood's Sarsaparilla, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it self, are honest. We have never deceived the public, and this with its superlative medicinal merit, is why the people have abiding confidence in it, and buy Hood' Sarsaparilla Almost to the exclusion of all others. Try It Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Attoriiey-at-LcW, TOLEDO, OREGON. A. PARENT, M. D., C. 51., Special attention given to Dis eases of Women, and Surgery. Toledo Market Report'. Eggs fresh 30c, packed 25c. Butter, ranch, :. 15c to 25c. " creamery ....55 per roll. Potatoe...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 3 December 1896

Llneoln Gounty Leader J. f. HTBITAKT. Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON THE HEWS OF THE WEEK Comprehensive Review of the Import. at Happenings of tha fait Week Colled From toe Telegraph Coronins. A dynamite explosion oonnrrd at Kouskie by which several persons wero nuiea The latest reports from Russia are to ine eneot cnat toe winter crop tlirougn out the sooth, excepting in the Cau casus, ib in a fairly favorable oondiiton. A Singapore dispatch to the London Times says the Spaniards have been de feated by the insurgents in the Philip pine islands, with the loss of 800 of their men. The strike in the gas works, in Bor deaux, which necessitated the calling in of the soldiers to assist in tha works to save the city from being left in dark ness, bus ouoed in a compromise. At Webster's sawmill, on Deep Creek, in Washington, Engineer B. F. Elmore was caught by a shaft and in stantly killed. Tho body was fright fully mangled. The first serious frontier Incident in long tirao occurred near Munster,...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 3 December 1896

Lence of steady growth Resume of Events in the North west. ... w.i.liborlne ! - ""P"- (PHI BMtHoLd in AH Industrle.-Orea.ou. ailer City has a movement well un Jf,T to secure 8 pnblio library. The Easle woolen mills, at BrownB L, now employs sixty-one men. fh. are abont 600 bead 01 cattle ior U is Eagle valley, Union county. foe Santiam river was reports a 10 ... l:ua. loafe arnolr than ainaft lite Been uiguc In flood ol lwi. J Senator elect Harmon, of Coos, Curry 1.4 l.TMnhine oonntiea, makes pnblio C.ipproral of a registration law. Ibe people of Wallowa oonnty want moial session of the circuit oourt. ftiiejhaTe an overstock- oi criminals Squish to dispose oi. ... Prairie City. Grant oonnty, Has been Lteted as the next meeting place of L directors of the first Eastern Ore, Joa District Agricultural society. The hospital, employe's quarters and Liodrat the Warm Springs agenoy jib been oompleted ana are now Awaiting to be turned over to tlie gov- oment aa soon as toe no v ageni ar- TW...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 3 December 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K.STKWAHT.Mlturami Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Unco' County, Oregon. Subscription Hates: fltip vpnr ... Ct tn - j , Six months, - - .75! Three months, - - .50! Entered at the pustothVe at Toledo, Oregon, an second-class mail matter. Advertising rales made known on application Business lo?als will be inserted in these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln countv is authoriz ed to act as auent lor the I.kadeb. Official County Paper. Christmas groceries at Go well's. ! Try Gowell for all your needs. Gowell buys and sells every-j Hurley Lnlz came over from the thing. . j Siletz yesterday. Nothing like a good, oldfashioned ; Now is the time to buy yourgro Oregon rain after all. j ceries at Gowell's. Don't forget that Gowell's stock i Giant King brought a raft of of groceries is complete. j logs to the saw mill taday. For the best groceries and fresh j Marsh Simpson, o...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

all tilings, jNTeiatral in. STotln.ing. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, December io, 1896 Number 39. Directory. lloJH EN'S, 1-. aw..". . George Lanuis .1. L. Hvde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Pcrrii-k Silas Howell T. M. (.'oomba Chun. Williams i. A. IjOUW 1" ' . inAptR on Wed- l,Coniii"?j,,,,lav in February, nd Iecen,oer. CIRCUIT COURT. ! dlKIKO r.rullerton, Allorm-y i V.i" .i.,v in Jn!v mid .Jul Aiaermc, hi ,5.uo' the' nt Monday evening in 'CITY OF TOl-r.no. Mayor .Recorder ..Marshal TOLEDO PRECINCT. J. A. Hull J.C.Altn-e rftlieFeace w lthe Pence ;.' i. , L of tbe Peace :;.', Wa!Hllf Lble -j;; ELK cm. . , .. L ol the recce ; -, S;, T; ,.. 1 fcie, .'.v.." ' LITTLE ki.k. . . Wihe Peace . s ,ll!rrU.k U KASUVILLfc. , .... lf the Peace ' VFVffiE table ' ' mm i'lVLtr iible '"'r"uu"-"' TIDEWATER. . ... n V .1 tjor.nrr nil Lonsrr.n. ... T I'fin.K Itfoimervam y, - v .ble " ' imVKRAl.SKAUIldYAl'Hr. ...... nlihe Pence W . V '. " nth.-: :...- tuli SALMON RIVF.U. . . volihe leuce.. 0K. K i :i.le...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

Lincoln Gounty Leader J. F. M1KIVAKT. I'ubll.linr. TOLEDO OREGON null To the Congress of the United States: As representatives of the people in the legislative branch of their government, you haveassembled at a time when the strength and excellence of our free Institutions ant the fitness of our citizens to enjoy popular rule have been again made mani fest. A political contest Involving moment ous consequences, fraught with feverish apprehension, and creating aggressiveness so Intense ai to approach bitterness and passion, has been waged throughout our land, and determined by the decree of free aad Independent suffrage without disturb ance of our tranquillity or the least sign of weakness In our national structure. When we consider these Incidents and contemplate the peaceful obedience and manly submission which have succeeded a heated clash of political opinions, we dis cover abundant evidence of a determination an the part of our countrymen to abide by every verdict of the popular...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

-Ui, 4 ft . 'Hi: ".tJ a to' fc. "1 V1 Lurna; "Will "a, III, Til 'Ml, Wtt( ltd 4Ul (I cm ttt! "HI Iks IS If THE II AI1 parts of the New torld and the Old. LT TO OUR READERS J,Miii r.tIow of tha Import- of the Put Week a tii, Him ttj 'ilia lint COD!! '"Si Itii ox.. Cot; d oi tertj tali itirj, Oil it u Hull Hit IB, I hi Ill the ( Hi edbf nut! 3 mm at! the Telegraph Oolnmni. urttini cruiser Brooklyn, the ,gr ,L to the United States fWbeen tested and accepted by I Alel, a workman at we rteisou dresied beet works, St. Louis, TbB flesh on toe ngu jk i M Abel iripiiou 6""y fji the renaering-iuu"ii uu u nt of boiling grease. , Shelly, the 14-year-old daugh jMeiih Shelly, a farmer living ..IlLles ""'of OlymplB. Wash !... BnTtifl obieot on the wmb. when her o'othes caught L the Are in the fire-plaoe. She nibly burned ana oiea aner a Ijiofsofferiug. Ibert Crawford, a young man 19 nM was found twelve miles Pendleton, dead beneath an over Ji loaded wagon. He was hauling to the oity, ana trie wago...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

The Condition of Lands. the Siletz The Oregonian in speaking of joint memorials to congress by the state legislature, says: "The first proposal for a joint memorial for the coming session is that offered by the Toledo Leader. which wants congress importuned ior a law concerning trie Mletz res ervation lands. The Leader has an impression that, when an Indian to whom reservation land has been alloted dies, his land virtually re verts to the government in trust. being available neither for descent to the heirs of the deceased nor for filing by actual settlers. If this is a fact, the Siletz reserve is differently situated, under the law, from the . Umatilla, for example, where heirs come into possession of the dead In dians' rights. It is supposed that the law contemplates, in the case of the Siletz reserve, that, in case of death, the government holds the land in trust for the tribe, pending innir? legislative action. i ueie is no good ground, apparently, for ob jection to the Leader's...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

Paper Leader. Winter Is coming on and you will want Something To read during Winter evenings, get any the long You can Toledo Market Report. E8SS fresh 30c, packed 25c. Butter, ranch i5C to 25C creamery 55 per roll. Potatoes 40c to 50c per bu. Cabbage Yi to ic per II.. Flour $4-60 ter bbl. Bran $1 percwt. Shorts faAO percwt. Oats 45c perhu. WheB $1 per bu. Parsnips fa per Cvt. Carrots $10 per ton. Ha'i $10 per ton. Chittem $1.50 per cwt. WANTED. One hundred bush els of good Potatoes on subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. It is now 70 years since the first apple seeds were planted in Oregon, If any of our readers feel inclined to grumble on account of the sever- being brought here by Captain j ity of the weather through which feimpson, so the West Side, of Independence, says, from London. The West Side says that the seeds were dropped into Captain Simp son's pocket by the woman who ate the apple that held them, and she tol...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

to THP NPW V'l'i M. ft IL4 A 1 Y T NOW, Mai Mr. Peel in lils clii TV t OW, Mary, I have spoken!" el threw himself back chair us if tliat settled the matter once for all. "I heard you, dear," sweetly respond ed Mi's. I'eel; "and now, listen to me. I have accepted Herr Schmidt's offer, Bnd he will enter the adjoining house as tenant to-morrow." "Not if I know It, madam!" shouted riilneas, Jumping from his chair and bringing his list down on the table. "Io you think I nm going to linve Ithyd cottage turned Into a menagerie, and my garden into a howling wilderness? The house may remain tenantless for ever, but Herr Schmidt and his mon strosities shall not enter there." "Herr Schmidt, my dear, is merely a naturalist." "I know It!" stormed Phlneas. "I've heard of these plaguey naturalists be fore. I've no desire to come downstairs some flue morning to find a ring-tailed monkey sitting on the window sill, net Ing as referee while the kangaroos and crocodiles play leap-frog over the flower ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

Gladness Comes With a better unaerewiuumB ui mo transient nature of the many phys ic UK which vanish before proper ef-wts-eentle efforts pleasant efforts !,VMlv directed. There is comfort in Sf. knowledge, that bo many forms of ScknesP are not due to any actual dis use but simply to a constipated condi tkm'of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt , removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is erervwhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the orpins on which it acts. It is therefore ill important, in order to get its bene icial effects, to note when you pur ' - that vn" hnvethe genuine nrti dTwhich ismanufacturcd by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ,11 reputable druggists. It In the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regulur, laxatives or other remedies are the...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 10 December 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 1. K.STKIfAltT.MItor.id Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lluco'o ' If not, why not, trade at Gowell's. j ' Johnny Akin made a trip to. Portland last Wednesday. Hurley Lutz came over Siletz last Tuesday. Gowell sells everything, Toledo City Election. Subscription Bates: One year, ... Six months, ... inree montns, - . Eutered at the postolllce at Toledo, Oregou, as Alsea Bay yesterday Capt. Robertson, of Yaquina, Advertising ratea made known ou application ! . , Buslne..!., ml. will ) i,,rtc,l n, ti.. lulv" iciuay limns at live cent, tier line per week, and will i ' l tjuweii sens cveryiuiiiK, anu i , , .. , .. i piease aon r. iorger, it. Assessor Howell came up from be run until ordered discontinued. Every po.tinaater In Lincoln county 1. authoriz ed to act a. agent for the Lkadeb. Official County Paper. L,OCAL, NOTES Hon. R. A. Bensell was up from Newport yesterday, returning today. Wesley Davis has been up from Newport a' couple of days this we...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

Wincoln mini Tender. ft "Volume IV. DIRECTORY, uHUMJii'oumn. Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stesxns B. F. Jones George Land it J. L. Hyde 8. 0. lryin Z. M. Derrick Silas Howell T. M. Coombs Chng. Williams LtKepreienUtlve, Jmoij Judge lurk SSTuperintendent (tffljor kroner imWionen V. A. Godwin l,...i.rnmmiMloiiers Court meets on Wed rutaf after the first Monday in February, frtl, June. August, October and December. CIRCl'IT COURT. od.j.C.Fa:irton ...Judfro g,YtM rro. Attorney (MrKonvenenon 4th Monday in July and Airtb Uouday in January o( each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. F.Jonef ...Mayor vstewwt rtecorder UKuhl .....Marshal Aiexsnner i KnwiUad I kUlarmm T. Peterson, f 'wdrick I :.ier ttugh, J .unrll mtets on the nrt Monday evening in h month. TOLEDO PRECINCT. litlreol the Peace .T.A.Hall ifiili.e . J. u.Aitrtie NEWPORT. idre "Ithe Peace, Oeo. F. Sylvester :suile, w. 11. urutcntiela YAQUINA. Irtiw ol the Peace, J. 8. Booth iaiubie W. L. Watkins KI.K CITY. Itlwiitthe Peace :A. B. Clark inutile...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

I i n I U II II I s. Ill i-n $ BILL'S RACE FOH ovor a week It hail been ill r':i tfliUijJ Ktv.it things. For n week noliody oa the "Lazy II." ranch hail caught mere than a moincii tary glimpse of the sun. Chill winds whistled anil roared over the MeaU nml desolate prairies ou the range and llt ful whirls of rain made It all the more disagreeable to the weary boys who were at work night and day to keep the uueasy herd from rushing away to the desert of the south. Although It was early for wintry mauil'estations, yet that a serious storm was imminent was realized by all the men employed on the ranch. Great bunches of cattle milled at various points on the range, but'little effort was made to break the mills, for fear they would be followed by the more serious danger of a general stam pede. Riders constantly watched the fretful auimals when they became weary from hunger as they rushed around iu that ceaseless grind. Noth ing but a wall of horns was to be seen, as the steers presented a...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

PENNIES OF ALUMINUM. rhe Mint Makine Tenia to See if They Are Practicable. In tlie short period that will elapse before Congress convenes njtain in Iie- ceniher a series 01 iucitcsuiik experi eoiiiajie will be conducted at i ments m .1,0 mint in this city. Metals and al- lloj-s heretofore untried for the purpose I 'will to tested and stamped into token coins. Their availability as substitutes for the alloys of which the minor coins -nickels and cents are now made ffill be ascertained and samples sub mitted to Coiiffi-ess. Of all the countless possible alloys to lie obtained from copper, tin, nickel and aluminum In different combina tions, perhaps fifteen or twenty may be found fairly satisfactory. It Is possible that one or two of these may advan tageously be brought Into use for gen eral coinage. No fault has been found with the present lc. nnd 5e. pieces. The experiments are merely ordered to keep in touch with the times and to gain a knowledge of resources. The Philadelphia mint,...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

The Salary of the Clerk and Sheriff. The question of fixtng the salary of the clerk and sheriff of Lincoln county has been before the county since July last. The history of the salary matter is pretty well recited in the letter of the county clerk's published elsewhere in this issue, and it is not necessary to repeat them. The court, after considering the matter for three months has concluded to place the salaries at $1,200 and $1, 800 respectively for the clerk and sheriff. Both of these officers object to the salaries allowed and say that ttey will bring" suit against the county for the salaries received by the same officers in Benton county. Without going into the merits of the case, we would say that we heartily deprecate the prospect ot another series of suits against the county. The couuty has already had a plethora of thftn, sf d a tabu lated statement of the amount paid attorneys iu these numCerless suits would be astonishing to those who have not kept careful track of this ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

Toledo .Market Report. Eggs,.. Butter, fresh 3oc, packed 25c. ranch 15c to 25c. creamer' 55 per roll. 40c to 50c per bu. ;i to ic per lb. $4-6o per bbl. $1 per cwt. $i.io per cwt. 45c per bu. $1 oer hn !arsniPs $1 per cwt. $10 per ton. $10 per ton. '$1.50 per cwt. Potatoes Cabbage Flour.... ! Bran Shorts,... ats iVhect... Carrots Hay Chittem Is coming on and will want you WANTED. One hundred bush els of good Potatoes ion subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. The Clerk and Sheriff Salary. j No further comment was made upon i the subject until March, 1 S96, when Toledo, Or., Dec. 12, 1S96. in an appeal taken from Multnomah Editoi Leader- j count' tlle supreme court decided , . that the clerk and sheriff of Lin- As there has been much talk over coln county were under the sa,;,rv the matter of the salaries of sheriff law. But the legislature having and clerk during the past four , failed to fix these salaries, the clerk months,...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

Lincoln Gounty Leader J. K. SIKWAKT. I'llll.lixr. COrtdncoo IN bcSSIO. TOI.KI'O OfiKi.OX he mi of i mi Comprehensive Kerlew of the Import aat Hapueulngs of the Past Week Called From the Telegraph Coluiuus. Butte, Mom., is also organizing company for the Cuban service. Two hanrlred names have already been added to the list. A company of twenty young men left Eauakee, 111., bound for Cuba, where they will enlist in the insurgeDt cause. They are under ohurge of an ex soldier. A report comes from Sing Sing, N. Y., that tbe Rev. T. Dewitt Talmage and Miss Snsie Manan, of New York, are to be married. The event will hap pen within a week. Wm. C. Powers, conductor on the South Mount Tabor (Or.) line of the East Side Railway Company, was shot by one of two highwaymen at the end of the line. His injuries are, for tunately, not fatal. Robbery was the purpose of the thugs who fired the shot. In Eeswick. CaTT, there was an ex plosion of gasoline, resulting in the burning of twelve men, among the...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

iiil is Com; 2IDEdI ctll,, 1 , uar no., 'totem 1 the 'II end,,, 'fifth on wli: the Northwest. f. NCE OF STEADY GROWTH formiii., the too- ""I 1 Clb.r.4 AU ,n" """" ..laboring Slut..-improve-Soled Id All Iud ustries-Oregon. electrio plant at Milton has been j.n temporal ily. L...a now about 70,000 bushels L in storage in Albany held by gaker City Democrat eays that IjBty jail i9 the ouly vacaut g in tnai . n f"" srodents of the state university musicians nave oeoiaeu tu ur- Thirteen nave aireaay re i tana. Bolcomb, of Eigle valley, anil Aland marketed 100,000 pounds of annoiiJa.!U,l . tt. VlBS h1ho 8Bt ont II more u wiuvo. ii reported in Baker City that Jiam White, jr., of Pittsburg, fa., Lcored an option on the Ibex In the Snmpter district, lor $ by,- n leai,: bill, ti; onatdii a Wi; the col': who 'at a Ming farlj 'injti- Miitj 1 bet sbegi ihil! aril 'i, tit ithii ake : I ID: tlial.j Jiltf-I the!:! rkt; Repi Dt ; i!rs:.f viseo IL eren ljjing honey in the John Day Val ium to be a very...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 December 1896

!.-? . V ' i : I . i !'t ' ; If v i i I fc. 'f. LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. STKWABT.WItur Dd Proprietor. Pabliahed every Thursday at Toledo, Linco'n Couuty, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, - - - .75 Three months, - . .50 Entered at the postofflce at Toledo, Oregon, an econd-clan mail matter. Advertising ratea made known on application Business lo;aU will be inserted in these col umns at Ave cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmasterin Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Papjr, NOTES of groceries LOCAL, uoweu s siock 01 groceries is c Jtnplete. If you don't trade at Gowell's, why don't you. G. C. Stakely has moved down ;'ito the Calidonia house. All young people should be happy, and older ones rray, if they buy of CoweJI. A fine line of Gents Hats of the latest shades and styles just opened at O'Erien's. A new line of Mackintoshes. Our lin s are all full for the winter....

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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