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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1898)
THE SIOUX COUNTY
THCKDAY, Mar. "Jrd, lSOs.
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Going West. CoinR East.
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to anil from the
UEADWOOU AN'U HOT SI
.A map of the
A. Wall UJip n-u"l Lj iliv
KurltJitftou Kouta is thnw ft;t
w't'ie ty four long; is primal
in i-vu color; is mounted on
rollt-rs; shows every utf,
county, important town &n
In t'ne 1'i.jon, iiuJ
titurius n vjry ;ibH and
juaet to miy hou
Purchased In hir? qmtuti
ties, the limp.' co.L Burlington
Koute more than fifteen cent
each, but on n-cwint of that
amount iu btnmjjH Hie under
H'k'iK'4 will lc pleased to mjuU
Writ iinnif'dately, as the
snppJy it liftiiti.
(.J. Fein-cis, Geii'I J'a.-vs'r Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Silas A. Holconib (iofemot
Jiune E. Harris Llentunrit Oovcruoi
W. F. Porter Secretary of Stat1
John F. Cornell Auditor
J. K. Meerve Treasurer
C. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe ...l-mid Cuiiiinissionei
W. K. Jackson Sunt, Public Instruction
COSGUESSIO.NAL PELF.G ATIOS :
John M. Tbn niton U. S. senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen I.". S. senator, jludinon
,J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Diat., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer, " 2d " Omaha
Samuel Maxwell, " 3rd " Fremont
W. L. Stark, " 4th " Aurora
R. D. .Sutherland, " 6th " Nelson
W. L. Green, " CtU ' Juiaxney
J. J. Slllvna (Jiicf Justice, Columbus
T. O. G'. Harrison As'to Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval Associate Judije, Seward
l. A. CauipbeU.X'lertt and Ueporler, Liiicoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Kinkaid Jndjf., O'Nefil
-W. II. Westover ' Lushvilk
M. J. Blewett Clerk. IlurrWi
TEHMS. OK COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, cortmciicei,
Spring tnrm May Pth,
Vail Sept 19t!i Jnry 15th.
.County Court, At Harrison, commences
ii rat alo&day of each month.
Otto Jtutz.-SenaUir, IiiaC No. 14, Sprintrview
A. E. Sheldon "Iiist. No. t'halrou
Kolwrt Wilson.. County Judire
M. J. lilewett ..Cl' ik
,( linn. Biehle Treaxurei
KUie Merrlam ..Supt. I'ublie Instruction
Tbos Holly Sheriff
J. K. I'hinney ..(kroner
B. F. Thouiaa Surveyor
M. J. IJ1,; ett Clerk of HUtrlet Court
..rant Guthrie County Attorucy
HOAHD W WJMMI.SSlO.VEIiS:
Vena C. J!nir l.it Dihirict
Andrew 1'roeunit i 21 "
Jackson MeitlenCh:ur!iian) 3d "
E. F. Pontius (chairman) TrnMtee
John lavi ....
I'. II. Griswod .
y. B. Warstcllrr
Mr, 11. Davla Clerk
Lewis Gerlach Treasurer
Kgert Kohwcr.. Director
n. L. Smuck MiKlerator
Jx-wi (ierloeh Treasurer
CHURCHES AND SOCI ETIES.
Met hodldt Siindny School nyerU every Sun
,Uuy morning at 10:00
W. II. Davih, Mir. B RTet.L,
Refrnlar bnaincsn meeting flrnt Tuesday
evening in eucu month.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
(, Mrk. KkkJmU., leader.
Metettch Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
M. K MJALI... Supt.
JERRY RUSK l'0T, . '.. M O. A. R.
Meet weonil Monday In each month la
f he court hou- ut llurrlwm.
E. E. Livermore, Com.
WOODMEN OK THE WORLD,
jffnrriwin Camp, So. M, meeu on each
rruate Wednesday evening.
W.JI. Datis, J.A.lUNSo,
MiJL-EUJt WOODMf M "F AMi;t'.ii .
U5H twsn alternate Sbtnrday even!
ff) 't .-.dock. J- W .fsnllh, V.
. I' Iff Plerlr.
IVompt attention given to all legai
matters iu Justice, County and District
Courts, and t.fore the United Slatec
Fire Insurance written in reliable
ClTLegal papers carefully drawn.
Hauulson, - Nebraska.
J. E. rillNNEY. II. I).
I'hTiscian and Sarijeon.
All calls friven promj-.t utteution.
Office iu Drug store.
-HAKKISOS - NEBRASKA.
A. T. CLARK,
(iflice: in the Richsten Luildi.ig,
HARRISON, - - - NE3.
Dealer in Hides & Furs.
riT I pay lilt- highest U!arki-t pric-
Home made Jread, Pies
and eke kept con
t'tautly on li and.
nd Brown Bread
served every Saturday.
PrLvs to unit fvt-ry body.
Mrs. A. E, FRANCIS.
First Irnr South f rout t!i- iIurrlon Ihu.
come to Tin:
JOB WORK I Stationary.
'0TK.'E TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land olfice have
recently been amended so that wt tiers
to ma:e hnal proof fchall settle with the
publisher liefore sending in their applica
tion. AH parties desiring to n,ake tirial
proof can have Uieir pafiers made out at
HIE J.iviiSAL olhce, free .f iiarire, and
pnimptly transmitted to the land ollice
so that no tune will be lost.
General Assortait'iit ofNurtcry Stock.
Host Tarit'ties fur 5t-ljraska.
Millions of Strawberry and lUspberry
Plants at wtiolestle and icta,i. Our
plants nave ocen irrigated When needing
It tlierefore very tlinlty and deep rfioted.
buy the best near home preventing loss
by delay and avin; estra Iieilit or tx
press from tiaslern points.
Write for price iit to
NOHTll fiKXiJ NURSERIES.
North liend. Jjod'e iJo., Neb.
Irunks, Valises, antl
Telescopes for sale cheap at
Parties 'desirinp: to
buy waggons and buggies
pumps and windmills, plow:
or any other kind of farm
machinery, will do well to
place their orders with G. VvT.
Hester as he wants to make
up a car-load ami order soon.
The Cincinnati Weekly
Inquirer and Sioux Couaty
Journal for 81.5.J per year.
ZJT We are aljle to offer
tin; Journal, the Thrice-a
Week-World and the World
Almanac, all for f 1.95. Now
is the time to subscribe for
would confer a great favor
on the Jofrxal by calling or
pending their arrears at their
earl iest convenience.
Sioux County Iiicrofiseg itx Pop
ulation. HORN" -To Mr. and Mrs. L
last night a son.
IiOR.V To Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, at the
North-Western hot(!,on Feb. '-fldi a son.
All parties, doing well.
L';RN To Mr. and Mrs John Finley
one week ago t dy a 9 pound boy, as
n ported to this ollice by our genial
fii-riJ, Perry Vv.,te.
I,' ii. 1 t ..i.'. luul ;v''s. ij. iiu'M.trwi
t Satiir.l.'.v inoriiing a s.u. Moth.-r
.( iitlle cms ar doimt icll, afi friend
Uowk -r well; we wjfl; liiiii.ru.ny Iripj v
ret rrus r'i !'i w. i"e.
0!J fi.eri f.r .-.a! at I hi
p r bilker d ?.).
-KoU-rt U.Kid, tU CLadron nail man
was in M n ye,t.. iy.
Now is t!ie time to nut)-' r.'.ie fr
the JoUhNAL only 1," ryar.
Vetrinarv Jolin I. K;iv w.is doin
business at t!ie toutitv s-at on lt-t Tues -
The Sph x (.'onnty jouhnal and the
C'hicjipo Weekly Iutcr 0;hj.ii per
year just think.
Mr. Francis our new confectioner,
is puttii-tf HI) a supp'.y of ice fur his own
use, aiid alo some for sale.
NOTICE Any iiody wishing to buy
n; tall wheels v.ill do ell to call en or
uiilress ClUIil.M S'iliLTs, Harrison, Neb.
Attorney Guthrie will return from
his visit in Washington 1). C. some time
between this and the l"ith of the month.
II. A. l'rid.ly beoomes a reader of
the JoU."..naL this week, lis seems to
think his bumess is ood so far, for a
' Cieortre I av is, v ho lives out at the
head of Indian creek was in tor. Tues
day and Wednesday of this week allend
iny to some business allairs.
Henry Covey, ordered a corn and
fKitato planter combined, through G.
Y. Hester this week. Mr. Covey is the
potato kint; of Sioux county.
Stition aent E. F. Pontius left on
last Tuesday for Casper Wyo., where he
expects to look after the interests of the
li. P.. company. Will Pontius Jr. will
hold dow n the home station.
Mr. Jerry Will whom we mentioned
in another hxal of this issue ns wearing
such a woe-Intone look during the past
few days, is ajyain nil smiles a, Mrs. W.
returned on last Wednesday noon.
Notice T tan cattle hides r.nd all kind
of skins w ith hair for rob&., or w ithout
orleatlif-r. S.-e samiile and prices in
J. II. Rirteli's -tore.
H. Of.nwrKY. fllcn. Neb.
E. Erdnr.in ret uneil from Hot Spring.
S. H.. vh'-re he h:is ben for t!ie it
month taking the spring baths for his
Mrs. W. I?. Wright went to Craw
ford last Tuesday evening to make a
visit of a coiifile of days, after which she
will po on to Whitney nod Chadron.
She will return the latter part of the
Tim Epworth Ieacue society will
give a social entertainment at Andrews
hall tomorrow evening. Icecream and
cake will lie served and popular prices
will be charped for refreshments.
A. I. Iithofr ret urned from Kansas
last week, where he has ljefn on a visit
since just liefore Christmas. He says
it is a little to muddy for him there,
A. is not web-footed enotifrh; hence
he had to return to Bioux county.
NOTICE: I exnwt to le ht,me by the
first or eariy in March nnd all who want
surveying dm.e will please he ready, so
I can attend to otl:r matters
B. F. Thomas.
Th 'V-ctor wns calb-d to prescrib.-
f ,r l),:.'r T.'.vi , r ,
It seems the lov got prattv v.il w.wm-!
e i up the day I fore and drank rjuite
freely of cold water, causing cramps of
the stomach, hence, the necessity of
calling a physician.
Have you subscribed for The Nev
Time it has Income the grandest weapon
ever placed in the hands of the people.
You should not le without it. We offer
a clubbing rate of ? 1.13 for Tlir. Slocx
County Jock sal and The New Time, or
will forward your subscription of $1,00
for The N ;w Tims.
John Seah-y of Whitney, was in our
quiet little Village last Monday on
business, some thought, feeling around
in regard to finding out what could be
done in putting in u mill at this place
others that he was up trying to sell out
his mill plant at Whit net. We can't
tell just what he was after.
Mrs. Mary Kunz sister of Charles
Camenzind, arrived from Omaha, yester
day on a visit and on her return home
will take her mother along with her
who is in feeble health. They will start
back in a day or two. Mrs. Kunz and
her husband were here last spring and
made her uiother a very enjoyable visit
A. surprise party was given by the
young folks at Miss Dotha BarteU'n last
Monday evening in honor of Miss Fanny
Var.buskirU, who will soon leave for her
home at Gordon, this state. A splendid
time is reported and that every body en
joyed themselves. Miss Vantiuskirk by
her charming manner has made many
friends during her short stay here.
Mr. Lindeman, whom the JoU'inal
mentioned a short time ago as having
disposed of his sheep and stock has also
sold out his farming implements, und in
about to enter the hotel busings in
Crawford, Mr. and Mr. Lindeman were
at the latter named placl this week and
closed a real estate deal, which put tlwrn
in possession of a first class hotel and
-livery stable, tho barn Mr. 1 says will
be free to his guesls. ' lie expects to op
en about the second we k in April. Mr.
Lindeman is an hone t upright citizen,
and although we disli 'e til see him go,
yet our loss is Crawford's piin and we
command bun t) the traveling public us
a person in whom
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wi'I fin t a 1
f. ,r cf e
., i be lb'
-.1 il' i-'i;;
M tr. hrati.e n );I;o a lion, lrjr it
may .-' out like a lamb.
j. T. Mls , f (;)t w.lg ft I)!ean t
j ,.aier at ttlU otIi, e yt Mn.ia v.
! This i
is the ni n'h to cotnmcnoe run-
: your to k brand iu the Journal.
H. A. l'ndd v it making some reriai
' ,n the hoii r, etiiU- ....n.i.,,! . v.
j ' "'r4 VI .ill.
, ('on. I.imlenian.
- Mr. James nlit and his son Riy
ii:ad( a flying trip to Andrews on last
Jerry Will wore a lonjr face the first
ot this week, and a few days of last,
Mr. and Mrs Henry Lindeman went
to ( raw ford last Monday evening on
And now that a new bakery is open
ed in the city, we can go just where we
wish for our confections.
After this week, we will have five
weeks of s lioo!, and then the jrlad vaca
tion time for the little folks.
Will liannon son of M. A. Bannon
of Ko-larc. left for S. O. ranch on last
Monday, where he has ridden during
the iist three seasons.
-'"John Mirstoller, who has been living
in the Jameson j.-use for tin past sevec
months, has purchased it and is now liv
ing in his own house.
H. IX-Geritiif who has lieen batching
here during the w inter, left for the west
on last Sunday .after-noon expecting to
be pone until the 20th of March.
Mr Iteister the junior member of the
tirm of Hewitt and I leister, is now as
sisting in the livery stable, and will keep
everything in first class order.
County Treasurer ISiehle has had
his calves vacriwttf-rt a second time.
etnnarv John I,. Kay performing the!
innocuhition, uing tho Pustuer vac !
Sheriff Holly accompanied by his
family started, over land fir Cot ton wool)
and Five points on o!li i.il l.u-u'ne-s
la-t. Wednesday, he will return on Sat
urday. Henry Rose and his t,;.ter half were
down visiting w ith her parents near East
spri r.s last week. They left home last
Thursday and returned the folk-win
A. H. Arc-herd who with his child
ren have occupied the SUenll house
jufct out beyond the court-house, has
moved out in the country, on Mr. Prid
r Houses are at a premium in Harrison
at present, it seems to us it would not be
a bad investment for some one to put up
a few houses to rent judging from the
Word was brought to U.is othce on
last Monday, by f'ol. Mil son that every
thing is being put in readiness at the
post for immediate action, so Spain will
swallow or be swallowed.
On last Thursday our friend Mr.
Staudenmier of Andrews called at this
j office, nn 1 said w hen the callv.li' of thi
vicinity were ready to build a chapel; he j
wanted to do his part. And Henry al
ways says something when lie speaks.
Judge Hamer of K-arney, N'e'i.,
crn.. , ' v .,!.! ( Vhvr of the
d-'ln.,. I. st i.. 1 ; ( 'orl vvas in
Harrison last. Monday, iu the in'.e-e t , f
his client. The latw has been arrested
in Colorado, and requisition papers s lit
to the Governor of that state, for his
Our old friend W.
.Sank C rawfonl loth of Glen, sends us
word that 1000 voulenteers are nt Glen
awaiting inarching orders. Field-marshal
W. K. Johnson, CuptaiR General, Sank
Crawford, both old war-horses. Liter
a dispatch just received informs us that
the nescessary transports have arrived,
Via the White River route.
' Last Saturday afternoon, Ashlielt
Orton of Rodarc, brought to this olllce
t!ie largest hen egg that the JontXAL
scribe ever seen, in this country or any
other. The measurement one way was
little short of 10 inches the other way
the circumference was almost eight in
ches. Of course our readers will think
wears telling a whopper, but if they
cant put confidence in us, just go out to
Bodarcand ask Mr. Orton about it, he
will not hesitate to fell you. He said it
was a Bryan, 10 to 1 egg, and since tho
tariff was put on eggs the hens are ib
ligd to lay eggs double size in order to
Mrs. John Iaut, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Ed. Maine left for Miles city Tuesday
evening, her new home, whero In r
husband is foreman for a large sheep
company. Mrs. Daut went by rail to
Clearmont, Wyo., and from there she
will lie obliged to stage it to the end of
her destination, Her husband met her
at Clearmont and of course will accomp
any her to her new home. The liest
w ishes of her many friends for she has
a host of them here will go with her
to her new honw and wish her and hus
band good luck and prosperity,
Judge Wilson and Ed Maine, who
went to Wheatland, Wyo., about a
waek (io to look up tho farming faeul-
ties of that vicinity probably, with a
view of locating t hero in the future re
turned home last Friday. Judo Wilson
r riled a far til for his son who Is now
moving bin farming implements to that
place and will try bis hard at farnrnr ,t
the lit f;
to ' e t.
l-iaco for a Vi
iy t!,ey ii.'iVe
. l!;.(,d t h.' v.l:oi..
li it Ir.e tl,.
fiO ey,-t' of I
;r fa1:!! p sitvX
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Here We Are Again.
500 pairs of shoes
T3ie above is an addition
I Iconitilete stock of boots
We have the largest
Comtetion and are sure
iOUK STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS BTILLTHH LARGEST AND THE
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SAVE
U THE GREAT REFORM XAGJIZ1KE
a ..li ,i!2L sJmm?ft FRANK. FEARLESS
A'cwTimr." Let me take these loads from
: THE NEW TIME, 56
v W WWWw
Livery man Hewitt brought his
cattlo in from the valley on lust Sun
day. il. 1). Churchill of Orrin
Wyo., spent th Sabbath in
visiting his lady friend Mis.s
R"V. Kendall is now ei,j lying ttie
sweets of batehelorhood, as Ins Iwller
half accompanied by her two youngest
bovs are visiting among I neons in our
Mr. E liDonl Estler a brother of our
own C. E. A., arrive.! at this burg on
U"t Saturday's flyer, and the JontSAL
extends to all ti e right hand of fullow
s.iip, so Mr. E. is included.
f E;gert thinks he has hence 1 off any
more burglaries at his shop by pitting
wo'idcn shutters up to his windows
to be, fastened from tl e insidn at night.
Every liody will have to buy their i-puis
Little Mis Florence Howkor inform
'f-dtVm in MarstellerV store theo'i.e.
'dav that they bad two new babies at her
It.oic. .'',, I l-r .'!.". e,r.;r
m 5 ne v si: fjii-l; O.i yea urw ;
j Harry and the other is liawley.
j Th-re is to lie eight w eeks of school
Instil u'e in Smnx count y tins year ac-
j cord ng to the announcements cauls
' published by county superintendent
Merriam last week, which will com
mence June FHh, and end August Cth.
Owing to a lack of memory on the
trt of our scribe we forgot to chronicle
in o jr last issue the piece of news that
ex-commissioner M. J. AVehr bus added
another quarter sect ion of Nebraska soil
to h;s already ucquirat rtal-estat-j. In
tin latter he has some excellent water
As the balmy days of spring a; -
proru h the thoughts of our stnek-nj n
naturally revert in a more social man
ner towards the care of their stocl .
Well tiie liest way to protect them is to
run your stock brand in the official pa
r of our county, which is the Slocx
Another heir has lsen born to the
house of Dunn and while Wyoming may
claim this new-born, yet we contst. i'B
right to owner-ship; as this is an rightful
heir of our own Dunn's of Warbonnot.
Mother and child are doing nicely and
pap i Rich, well as ha is at present en
joying the sweets of solitude, we cant
s-ak for him.
The new blacksmith shop started up
business last Fridav and is now in full
blast. Certainly, farmers and ranchmen
will have no trouble in getting their
work done on short notice w hen they
bring their work to Harrison. All three
shops seem to have something to do,
from the rtound of tho hammer and
, When we first crime among the
Sioux County people, we made a resolu
tion to adhore strictly to our motto,
which is and has lieun always, the Elev
enth commandment viz: mind our own
business; and if we do not publish family
matters, Iks not alarmed, whether it
occurs in town or out.
Tlio Ttorls fif tlx? Northwest on
tlio war fuitli.
Accoi l iig to a .,,
Oi ji;vi' NVvks, b, t'
it now a;.p..,ir:j ti -f., is
i I hadroii, 'J.'ill,
a st.a'i' ,f n.ir
alo-ut o be ; la od
e l i.d , GI.ii.'.io;., I v
itainst. t!,jt wi.-k-t.i-'
tie. Nor'.l .
o d s; .it-li
1 1 1 1 1 1
Just received overM
of the latest styles.
to our already large and
and shoes now on hand.
assortment ever shown in
and as to prices we DEFY
to tmitall who come
editors n B. 0. Tlomr
Trticrkk Upbaa Jlimi
Monthly, 100 larjte nairw,
illustrated, not a dull fine in
it. It u finhtinj? your fight;
it deserve" your support.
On dollar a vrar. locenta
your backs" acopy: wimple numbctmailcd
for six cents.
Fifth Ave.. CHICAGO
Some Plain Facts.
Crave error?, injustice, wrongs of
greater or less degree, arise from lack
of knowledge of the truth, and more
frequently from deception.
The most infamous case on record
of deception and injustice is the at
tempt to demonetize silver as a money
of final redemption in the United
'I here is no learned judge, skilled
lawyer, or court of justice that is
capable of reconciling the effort with
the constitutional laws that govern
the i;,sue of money in this country.
The people have been deceived,
officials in power, chosen to adminis
ter justice under the laws, have
ignored their sworn duty, and given
aid to the scheme that has paralyzed
industry, reduced property values
one-half, and beggared millions.
There is no authority of Lw, either
specific or by inference, by which
gold alone is made the only money
with which to discharge debt3, either
public or private. The effort to
make it so is unconstitutional and 4
Plain and ample information, facts,
and truth, concerning this almost suc
cessful scheme to corner the wealth
of the people, is now being printed
in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news
paper which the combined power of
money has failed to muzzle or buy.
The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c
a year. The address is
Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O.
once, a peace envoy t treat with tho
aggreaved red men of the North and
give them to understand that if the
president and his cabinet of the republic
of Chadron will Ikj spared, that all oth
er hostile acLs will oe condoned even to
the burning in effigy of Co'. Muher, who
was so recently engaged in tha battle of .
pork and beans near the province of
Harrison, a fortified out-post of Chad
ron republic. Of course, there is no dan
ger of this city being rapt uml by the
enemy first, it is well fortified with
wooden block houses got Un up under
fie iiiervision of the war depnrtement
of Harrison composed of such men as
Cap. Oerd. Oriswold, Maj. Marsteller.
Agt. Davis, (ap. I'ontius and rear Ad
miral Kohwer, who with all the forces
that could lie mustered for the conflict,
fought the force of Cop. General West
over and his able aidecamp, General
Fisher, who brought up the rir and so
effectually flanked the Harrison force
that they were finally, after a long and
fearful contest obliged to capitul
ate; second, a large monster cannon.
Rotten up on the modern style, and vt
armnperi that It enn be moved, auti
muticslly from nne i.art of the ri in
the other no that our town at ttt t
almost jmprfgnab'e. So )t the RmIi
The (own of coiirso wn kn.ll,.. k..r..
loed diirintF fl,e fenrful sfnurrliUr of our
I ,'r:tvn ' '' ' n If 1- clol-s of (he hon
for S'h'l ill 'Oil v of our hom,.n,. I !...... A...
. . ii .,i,--.
I. i,, e we has., the honor tn inform the
h.-l.i.g.K.r,..! c ir I'h.eiou, that the ouco
uin; 'i .rdi d r ation cf the p.ov n eof M otir.
it - . :,(.it ,t. -'e-. I,, for tin, i,ke of dn-fr-ii,
ne r.n l off..ccive ,irpi t-, for n
an aihacf-e. and that Col. iui.r nnxv U'
o-itrust. d wen the ihihciilt t ik of dr -Mitt
up tin. treaty r-I.Uiors h-.?-,., tlif
l.-u ou.f.cs ri',iw.
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