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ASHLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1889.
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I'liblir Srlh»ol Exercises.
Bargains in Ladies ami Childrens
Choice Acre Tracts.
The closing exercises of the Ashland
Three lots in the Nickell-Plate addi hats. In order to dispone of the larga
stock of bats that 1 have on hand, will
KLAMATH <V>1 MTV.
public schot»Is took place at Granite
In the eyes of the Keuo country, tion to Ashland have already Iteeli sold
sell them at greatly reduced prices,
hall List Friday evening, and were
[Links ilk' >lrti. May *1
everyone invited to call ami see for
witn**Ksed by nn audience that packed
I ho M ihshs Wiilkcr hd U Mis* Briucr,
the house t»» its greatest crowding ca-
fruit belts, in a healthful and pleasant themselves. No charge for trimming
of Ashland, arrived in town Wtniues-
parity. W.C. Rolwrts, principal. w.ts
location. and th<*»• wishing to secure a from tins on. and no trouble to show
day. Mi hs Briucr will remain in Link- want of foresiyht. This kindnesH is of
.M kh . B oynton .
good l.Ks'e of land Jilst outside the city goods.
m charge of th»* program ami the pi
▼llle. The Mi SH«‘S Walker eontmmsi the s|x>ntaneous .md involuntary *ort
Bain wagons from $!»d up, at Ash
limits at reasonable rates should call on
ercises. representing the several de
their journey to Bly
partmmts aud grades of the schools,
k'latltnde wlnlc the head is deligbled. Lilekev A Co. or!.. M. McCall at once. land Mills.
from the primary to the highest, w» re
L. B. Applegate was in town Tues It is a blind, nnsyni|>iithizin« tienevo
cr«* bi.ihb* throughout, ami unusually day. Mr. Applegate informs us that h ue« winch, while it jj - h s :d«>iit doinj.'
i;ii♦•»■<*sii:.I In* recitations, songs the range is better this season than
in lif« it forfeits I n renown, and
.¡L.t <*s. ays w» i»‘ r» ii k*rr«l excr<\bnKly for years past, ami although the doubly dyiujr, as Sir Walter sayelh,
well, and im»st people in the audit*n»?e springs are failing in many plaeiv, our it k < m < h down to the .hist from whence
a . i« agreeably surprise al th** .vel- lieef crop will be gissl and will I h > it
sprung, unwept, nnhoiiore i aud
le i<-■ and facility displayed by the ready fol market much earlier this sea unsung' AA’e s » h « it «-very where, start
son than common.
ing enterprises, lloundeiing. assigning
t«»n up 1«> his
gram was as f«»liows:
The comity jail is In-ginning to as atsi letting harder and clearer h< . is
The Redwood City
Instrumental Sol*». M»»ody Scott; sume shape, ami when completed will lllto the business
January an»l 1
fill wan ner tl
b« ns good a j.ill as th* re Is in the
(>.'«*niiig iuhhfss. Birdie MrTavish; state. The length will Is- fifty f«»-t by mill in ii country whose fields would
1 v «’itat 1» ui
I ii»* Srh*•« »1 mast«*rs(»uests, thirty in breadth; th« wall isof stone war.-ely evei justify the erection of a
1(1 barrel mill. Enable to sell out.
Lli.i B«*nson; Solo. I I., Port» r; Rrvi- an 1 tliriv fts-t thick, the tl.si
their creditors pushed them into an
‘ at b »1» V >’ lang to I >« >. J«Hner Mnlsap; stone, also, ami three feet thic
assignment, aud the Eastern owners
Jvs*it Jj- hi . \|and Patterson; Song
first wby there
j.iil will contaiii a warden's r<*
of the tnai'lnnery aeeomni<id;ited Mi.
spriti . i’hiWers, Primary girls; Ik-rita- hall ami three grate cells. It
yards h ♦-re.
th»n. I\at»* DrPeatt; Sok» i’hc Dude, ranged that o!her cells can lie<
wuxl fr n 1 he
HI T. .I. Smith, of Iresiio, by ¡luthoiizu g
him to go up to Redu• H>d City, t ike
> isle Applvgat* ; Recitation. Edith case tt liecotnea mss-ssary.
All th»* i’h«»ic
out the works and put them on the
< ioWs<m; lait»*».ainiiig her Big Sist« r’s
twenty t« > fort
\ bri 'k-niakei might do
ears for Keno. "Pushed by a llood of
Beau, Kuua MillerStog “The Little
»•»»list, wi a re it
Linkville. At pr* sent there i
orders," writes the Indiana .Machin-*
Hatchet. Primary boys; Recitation
n«» fr*»sts t ins ?
s< »I S
Company to Mr. Smith, "we should
Janet »mph*s1. Pearl ILrsei; Recita bn. k on the Lmkville market
streets; set to fruit
i tion <>■ 1 tiioH. < ireshatn
have b.>.-ii unable to supply your order
tion Why In ys may whistle ami giiis
not as mb !
Reeser ami Eddings
in time lor the coming harvest.” Now.
1C III W 1 -siliciices of Mess
may sing. L»*on Patrick: Sol«». Edith
Ttie following are the ni
instead of going the sam« long oi-(
(1 unhii.-'-»u. \ S’ory, i’«>r«li»* Strang» ; the memb*Ts or the mmstrel
Plenty « »f tn»|
road to Linkville with their wheat this
iv ritatmn Rhyme <>f th»*
palms. <’i a»ti. e
lately organized m this city:
R litici. ( .alee iN I h lni. <
School. Elsi«* Chapman; Duet, Mattie Parrish. A L. Ijcavit!, A. I'. Lewis, ' lull, our farmers will have a mill m
4 <»nng ami (’arn»* (’owi»*s; Rrvitai ion F. S. Stanley. .1. I b 1 ay, I'. B. L.mgell. i th« neighlHirli-">d. thanks to the spon
ant <’lim ;itP th
I'll»' Pr.-iine Fire. Etta Mayfield. Chas. I .enz. A\ . E. Bowdoiu, S. K. taneous involuntary simplicity of th«
Pacific Alilhug «'ompany of R.slwoisl
Solo Spidei ««ndth«* Fly, Katie Lytle. • >gle.
«'ity.and the machinery will be m a
Re« itatb>u. MamieGunnuson; Quartet
Linkville will have a tine display of large and rapidly-widening wheat belt.
1 hr W 11*1 Wiuds Sweep. Misses Mc
Call, Cowles ami Messrs. Helman ami tire-works on the fourth, many of the
McCall; R«*«*itath»n I he Polish B»*y, citizens having contributed for that Hum are Ixirmg an "artesiau well.'
At Burekhalter A Hasty s you can Otto Miller; Sol«» A Bird from O’er purpose. I’hey will lie lired off the
For such a well, gtsilogical conditions
tind the tin«st line of writing tablets, the S»»a. \*i*la Mc('al|; Essay Mak steamer on th» lake Itelow towu.
must lie usHiiri-d. .A couple of curved
note and letter pn|>er. of nil grades; ing the B**st <>f Things, Agnes Devlin
I >. \V. Anderson, who has planted a strata impervious to water generally
pocket memorandum Duet
Tin* Pilot. M»*ssrs, Helman and large acreage on his ranch at Lost lie under the upper dep<e.i1s. The
Ixstks, ineniorandinn blocks, note and McCall; Essay Moments. Maud Ber river gap to garden this season, says
curve makes a valley, of eours»», ami
re<-eipt blanks, scratch l»s»ks. bill ry ; Arch of Sii«*c»‘ss. by ten pupils; that lie has 2tNMt watermelon vines and
rain filtering in Is-tween the st rata tills
Issiks, [tens, inks aud pencils to be Essay Advantages of a Good Educa 7<Mk> early cabbages that tire looking i
them full, making such a pressure of
found in the city.
tion, J no. Devlin: Soldiers Chorus, immensely well, Ixs-idee other garden water in the valley that a hole bored
“sass” that is growing rapidly. He through the up|.«r stratum lets up a
lk»>Is and sh.s-s at e<»st at O. H. Quartet.
Prof. W C. Iktlierts gave a short, says further that it is his intention to furious rush of water. The boimg
practical ad*li»*ss. stating that the keep Jackson county peddlers out of machine, run by steam power, struck
ihe Helman f..rm lu the city of Ash work done in the schools has not b»*»*n this section this summer by selling IS f,*et of solid ledge lit the starï.
land has Isx-n snb-divid.sl and is now
what it should be, but that he consid onions, etc., lees than live cents per Passing through
offered in small tracts at very reasona
ered it the i»est that could have l»een pound.
teni|a>rary "Hl .ft
ble prices. If you want a pleasant doue under th«* circumstances. 'There
thing" and struck more ledge,at which
home or a good investment in a good
is not enough school-room to aeeom
it is whacking away up to date. The
II l< K-
part of Ashlaud, don't fail to see this
modate the pupils ami when there
company will milk wells of all kinds,
tract. For sale by G. F. billings or A.
Hre schoo|-r«Nim facilities prepared,
and as the population is rapidly grow
Jack Martin, who has pleaded guilty i ing around Keno. they will, no doubt,
there must be more teachers. The
Go to corner Mam and Granite streets
ehihiren children of s<*h«»ol age in to horse-stealing, mforme.1 Sheriff succeed with their machlue.
for paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, Ashland should have tru teachers m Cnrll Sunday evening that the other
Mr. Stewart, of San Luis Obis|s>.
artists’materials, and wall and build th«» schools, he says. t«> do th»» work prisoners in the county jail were pre-
patiug to •■scape. Th« sheriff mada was in town a couple of days last week
mgpajiers. Estimates made on paint that should be doue.
an investigation, and found a large lie is a banker of that city , an owner a
ing, pap.-r hanging, interior d«s-ora-
hole through the tl>»or under the Isal with Mr. Ramsey iu some tin, bottom
City Council Proceedings.
in one of the cells, and also a large ex lands and good stock on Klam .th ba your money.
Kvxss a - B ui sk . Ashland. • >r.
cavation under the floor. Everything sin, and a d«cided)y gentlemanly fel
Is.Hson» m painting ami drawing
Begular monthly meeting of the was ready for a jml delivery when Jack low. He predicts for Keno a brilliant
will be given by
M. Oslsirn. at I hh Ashland city council was held Mon Martin gave the alarm. The three future, and says no iietter point for h
residence on the side-hill above the day evening, June 3 1, present Mayor other prisoners, two m for horse-steal large general stole can be found. "Yes
Mills ami (loumtlinen J. S. Walter, W. ing. and one for smoking opium, had str," he sai.l, "Keno is the key to the
done their work with one blade of a w hole river and lake region yonder,
Everything at cost at M. L Alford's. B. t'oltou.
pair of sheep-shears, «nd a case-knife, and she will yet be as you have des-
Al Alford's this means exactly what it Sutton.
I «-ports of city marshal, recorder us,si as a saw. they having made teeth cribed, a Little Chicago." Now is the
aud st reel comiin>HÌoner read
tunc, gentlemen, let me say again, to
and in it.
lesinng their pianos or nr- placed on tile.
Mir! les desiri
The comical sid« of the affair li<»8 iti open a store lien-. T'o those capital
. ,....... by ..
Domestic. gpns Iuue. 1 and 1 repainxl
Sp,cial committee appointed to re ’ the fact that the grand jury had exam ists who have survived mv numerous
workman, should s,-nd word to E. 15. vise »-hetlule of business license nskisl ined ttie jail Friday and pronounced appeals and are sufficiently convales
Hunsaker at once ami they will revive for on« week's extentiou of tune in it "very unsafe," but must have over- cent. I appeal otic.' more. The lieauty
which to report, ami time was extend lmiked the hole under the lie-.l, as it of the lan.lscap« from Keno bridge,
Sult* Vu”ury f»»r Jackson Conn tv of tin* prompt attention.
| could not have.lteen msdeshurt of sev the healthy air and the fishing would
Ten acres of choi<-e land near town ed.
make you feel like a fresh, young
Petition oi Nils .Ahlstrom to fence eral days' time.
can yet Is- had of E. 15. Hunsaker at
brale, anyhow. Come up and see our
in public alley, not granted.
Italian sunsets, pretty girls and good
Committeecnnsielmg of J. S. Walter,
R. K. Sutton ami S. B. Galey ap , of th« residents of Lakeview, to shoot old rural .American |ss.ple.
(i. F Billings is agent for leading pointed to procure water rights for the through the sky early Thursday even
•At Linkville the other night, the
Eire Insurance. Insure with a loca city of Ashland.
ing. It wsuu.sl to start from a point
coat-tails of a dndisli, lady-killing sort
agent, tret lowest rate« and know yon
Petition of .1. W. Powers, for liquor in the heavens at alsuit the top of the
of swinger-on-the-gate narrowly es
license referred to comnuttee composed 1 mountain east of town, aud went west, caped lieing fanned by about a half
A fresh invoice of ladies' and gentle
yard of solid sole-leather. .At le-arh
men's shoes, just arrivisi from Boston meeting of council.
money, and sell them to you
A supply kept constantly on hand.
11 «iclock, Is-neath the pale and tired
The city marshal was instructed to
and Chicago, at McCall's.
A majority of our farmers aud stock j m.Mid, she burst from his lauguid
ap|Hiiut six sjsx-ial poli<vin«u for Sat raisers say that the present season is
grasp with the exclamation “Pa is on
urday, June 15t h, i-ireus day in Ash- the best seen in Lake county for many
the stairs.'’ Snatching a loving though
Agent-v lor ail kind» of
not very lingering kiss, be opened the
Ihe following bills were audited so far, and the prosp.a-ts for all kinds gate aud flew, just as the «Id man's
anil ordered paid:
number 11 whistled within 3 inches of
Buggies, Wagons, Road Carts
Wm. Patterson, Str. Com.
-IS. I H »
As the curfew rings every night at ' ins Hying coat-tails!
Electric Lights for 2 months
‘.IS IH I
!• o'clock for the boys why not ring
"Quick! Lay aside your play ful uees
Eugene AValriul, marshal
another !>ell at H> p. m„ to gather the And lady-kilhng wayfulness.
J. K. Lels>, night watch ..
5t 1.1 k i
old drunks off the streets.
My sweet, souiferous la-de-da.
SI’Kl A (i X.
S. B. Galey, work on city char
I hear the squeak of cases!
f.»M-atv»l «»u th»* ilt-lninn Lau<1, ala»ut half h
Al.no, AgVilCV «»t lilt
Like the tread of doom 'tis sounding,
Milton Berry, rei-order.
2SIM1 I>. S. (rordon. commander of the Ft. I
mile north «»f th«* 1‘I hzh
Frank McCracken nursing
B ini Bidwell post, will stsm l>e promoted "l'ls his uumls-r Il's astounding
Used for Medical Purposes for 30 Years. T. W. Estes, drayage.............
1 hear my father's footsteps on the
4.DO to la> a lieutenant-colonel.
B. F. Snyder, tioard of prisoner
Bmhing A«< «rnnD»«tH’i.»ii- uaivr him tem Jas. S. lingers, lumber..
And his feet they have a piapfulusss,
pATHtur«' •k '-ir« •! Natural t«*nip«*iature >•>
S. F. Morine, blacksmithing
Aud iueousiderale way'uluciM,
Went side ot Main street, next door
’ Geo. AV. Stephenson..................
lo E. M. Miner's grocery, Ashland, Or.
My sweet, souiferous la-de-da
To Drink, the Water is a Tonic,
AA. AV Kentuor. repair hose
W h»*n >hr wa?* a Child,
That would give you new airs!
Bring Sulphuric nixl Alkaline, il ♦•ra«li»'at***‘
K.l it 1
Quick' ta-la, my love, till Inter.
SI»«* cried for ( astoria.
fungi an«l an iinalcul»*. and. neutralizing hid I El C. Lauders, hay for |>ouml
You must hustle through that gate ah,
correcting all a«*i»lit i»*N. it promotes a normal
\\ liait she became Mi.«**.
I hear my father's footsteps on the
and healthful ♦*»>n«lition in every part of the
Adjourned to Monday, .lune loth.
P f . tek the P oet .
ln< b»-«e«l an«l c »» a * rr 1. th«'*amr me«lical wa
When »hr liad (’hihlrrn.
ter. al aa a> *■» »'lean, for the ¡»pi ings run a in av >
BlMirniing nn ( ilm -«* h Foe.
l'he blacksmith shop on B street, be volume— in or«* than 1200 gallon** per hour.
Sha gave them 4 <M»t«*ria.
You max div** and -wim. an»l have more
tween Uh A 5th, in Railroad addition to
a Oregon boy's com
f*ui than hua I nm I a ’—com«* out a** “fine a*«
>ilk" an«! "whit«* a* a * imi P - -r**juA **nate»i an»l Hamlet says. Since, however, the peo
position on a dam. It is to the point:
happy From '• .m a. m. until lat«* in th**
The clam iz a bidlsms plant and re
Is-ea enabled to pit Hostetter'sStonnch
»• a ruing every da\. a
sides on tile underside of til« Waler. r
has I h - wi re-o|Hned, and the proprietor
Bitters against the unseen foe. malaria,
Ei>. T ti > in * hs : No news in particu
it is no longer a paradox, but an easy lar. but to allow you that w»* ar«* still He iz Isirn hs the birds are. but don't
in prepared to do promptly all work in
ff«»in th»* Springs to the Hotels, th»- Plaza, possibility. Wherever malaria evolves alive I will r»*|M»rt the health <»f tha cum out of his shell. He iz deserted
ainl principal bu'inrs'* p«»int> in the city, its misty venom to jtoison the air. hii <1
by hiz parents at a young and tender
Every Branch of the Business.
and return without delay.
decaying unwholesome vegetation im dcnizonn in ttns neck of the woods age, but don't liekitm clamerous on
pregnates the water, there, m the very "fair to ^o«hl.”
akount. but sits still and watches with
The Original Ashland MedicalJSprings.
Satisfurt’.on insured in nil work done.
Stronghold of miasma, is the atixiliarv
In a runaway by Mr«. A. P. Talent’s biz mouth, for sumthiug to cum along.
I >r«i for more than Thirty Years—the best, potent to disarm th. fis- ami assure ef
Thear is nothin more docile than the
possibly, ever found. < »on»* and see.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
ficient protection. Fever and ague, bil lively bays an«t phaeton, while out on
ious remittent, dumb ague and ague a pleasure n<ie on the afternoon of th«* dam, and alt ho they sometimes get in
E R. E.
cake, no matter how tenaciously they 3«i mat. ahe was vi«>lently thrown out to a stew, they are az eazy to lay
Print* »1 on «-ith.-r -id«* «»f the » arriae». L»»«»k have fastened their clutch on the sys ami seriously injur»*«! in her si<h* and your band on and ketch, as a stun; but
»»ut for it **A»*r\ h»»nr of the da* ■ Patrons de tem. are first forced to relax their grasp
on»» foot. It «M'curnsl <»n the way they are like an mjun, not very talky
siring th»* carriaget<» » al! f»»rth*-m will please
‘ i. a* r orders on »»nr bulletin b»»ar»l in the anti eventually to abandon it altogether. d«»wn from th»» Wagner creek saw mill.
CliiuiH were ftlst diskovered. az the
meazles waz, by la-ing cant. How
chiefly recommend the bitters to per-
The planing mill is ala»ut to change
GRANT and 0. 0. HELMAN,
sonsdwelling in malaria-cursed loculi proprietors s»»»>n, an»i m»ire niHcbiuery long a clam kan live I don't liele.if
for it is a certain buykier of defence put in to fill the demands, Thus im they kan tell themselves; probably 5
thousand years, but a large part ov
against which the enemy is fstwerless. provonieiits continu»*.
Rare Business Opening
«’tires, likewise, dxs|M-psia rheumatism,
tune is wasted; a klain's tune amt
kidney i nd bilious ailrn. •ntH.
(>nr merchants, m»s‘lianicsand labor worth much, only to grow tnf in; il
WINDOW and DOOR
ers ami all, k »*4* id t<» be busy.
is just so with some other folks I know
Burekhalter A Hastv keep m stock
We have tin* best hay weather ever ov.
: N s»
Harman's pure tjubtier shield for peli
the pione»*rs this season.
holders ami pencils. li strengthen^
Ma»k* to »»rd«'i’toid litt» h 1 m >
’Nothing to Equal Ii.”
CoiiMM|u«*ntly a cr«»p of N«». 1 hay is se-
the grip on th« penholder and t• < -i
’iir»*»l, ii. e. alfalfa.i Farmers an* now
“I have b«-»*n Ht-llin*.* Simmon**
Lililí S1 roll Sawina and l ane V th« titigers from cramp and fatigue ( soaking
their alfalfa tnead«>ws to start Regulator forth«* past six v ear;
and protects the fingers from the ink.*
the stM*«»mi <*rop anil deluge the new customers pronounce it the
lksits and Shoes at cost, al O. 11. crop «»f gophers.
One <>f iov customers
n.lltt I.«u H
belli th was in a wretched condì in i
Blount s, to close out the line.
H1 m » u w Fur
I noticed this morning some »»f our a very bad ;i und Miubbom case ol
Latest styles of parasols just received lively farmers have c«»in!n;*n»*»*«l iuit- I>t*psiH, used t he Ke i* dator and vv
ting their v«»lunteer cr«»p, f«»r hay. and tirriv cur» «1. I am UHÌ
from New York direct, at .McCall’s. *
¡•>rpid Liver. <• itm «i I
it is generally go«»»I and heavy.
I wi*h to inform th«* public, tiiat J ha-. •
If you want life or accidt nt
tuent. I tind n*»tiling
two bin»* Br» «i .*ta!liou.fc. Hainblet
an««, apply to T. I‘. !><•, 1 of the
\r*v»'r to my knowl»*«lc»‘ha ve gardens bi^ldy rvcoitnncii i lt^nst
I' h I< b» n, that I will m.ikcth» W'HNHi
tic Mutual I.d«. Best in the
»l«»m s«» w»*il m the Wngucr ci«M*k val- "< ! . liisey,
i»f 1’"'*.« in Roum* ki\» r X’alk y making uiv
'tan<is at Ashlan<i M»*'lf«»r<1, an»l Ontrni
< tflii-e m The < »regou.
t»*y. as tills seas«»!). s«> far.
Point, will stop at Phoviiix on in a un\
l here is a fine liu« of !«ad i*
down, and also coining back. The nn.br
Lntueiise sttxtk of clothing at rost at
will, if ad«irrsM*d at cither pia» • .
H il iuno- amt «••««. ritni.iit
O. H. Blount's.
<*oine to th«* r**«idonc«*of any«»! ,ne w lu» u i*h
1‘elidl Co.'s coloreil cravoiis it
t h»* um * <»f hi* l»<»rsv*, if not liv
i ing i « m ) fio
Cannot go hand in hand if we look on ent sliad,'S for archite l's um
lor fresh, fancy tir<saries, ( ’a inly
th.'dark side of i very little olmtiicle.
and nuts, go to Minkler A Son.
hor*e*. < i
Nothing will so darken life and make it
hem bv addressing
Boston brown bread at the c. s. a burd. ii as Dvsp. p.ia. Aek.-rs Di-.ja-p- grade [H-ueils. Carpenters cedai peii-
N. C. BOYNTON,
s! 1 Tablets will cure »!•»• worst form eds, and a large assort ment ot penciis
Bakery fresh every day.
for schcstl use.
, of Dysjwp.ia, , Consumption
s ........... (........ ami , Indip,-s-
u,, 1V ,
Board by the week at the European tion, mid make life a happineMH and
Restaurant at SI per w»*ek.
pl* .s’ir«-. Sold at 1.» anti .iO edits a bol •
Bl Hint s.
ti»* bv ( ilD AV ■ »« «il Br*»s.
AFTER APRIL FIRST.
Will be our Specialties.
uf < H iiih I»*.
M i . It. (’. Ilh’kH. now a remdent of
< btkland. (’al., who
h year id
A>hlan*l recently, hid th»* following
Io say about chmate hi aleH^i to his
brother her»*, written last w<‘ek:
*'(>akbitid h;is don» much Iwyastin^
of itw cbm it»*. i»nt I don’t like it aw
w»-!l as I ha! of kshland. Why? I'v
ery day till D or ID »/rtork. cloudy,
with a col<l. iwnetrntni*/ wind fr»?n> the
»wean tlie "trade wind ' thi) call it.
Middle of the day. tli«* siin bright an I
hot; and alw.iit 5 p. m. the f**^ eom»*s
rollitn; hi a^am an I h»«»ksh; »‘ a Miu-
n»*soi<i blrzzard. making a man turn
CHOICE PIECES OF REAL ESTATE AT
WHAT IT COSTS
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