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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1901)
Commencing Thursday, So -1st.
we will sell all of our law stock of
Boots and Shoes
at a great reduction We mii-l r -duce
our stock aii' i in order to at
oqmpliih this prii will lw
Nothing will eacaiM the slaughter
except the Queen Quality Shoe,
which are oontracl goods, The
chance of a lifetime to Lr I the best
goodl in the market for lesa than
they arc worth. all early before
aiz6B are broken.
Terms Spot Cash.
The Boot and
TUl'RSDAY, NOVEMBER al, 1BU1.
Jas. A. Howard. Farm loans.
HeuuMoy & Howard, fire bMIHM
Domestic and Davis sowing B
ehtnea at Wltha'e.
Oet a chance on the $5o premium at
luuler's Furniture atore.
Olives und dill plcklen and Bauer
kraut In bulk, at Hawley's.
llelnxes' bulk mustard, the finest 01.
the market, at Demotfs.
UlK lot "Of tlm- mountain cabbane n
making kraut, at Dematt's.
Prepared mince meat, ready Mr
family use. Try It. DemottV.
Apple butter und sweet niM" nl.
tluest quality, at O. It !
Special prices on furs at Clea.er
Hros.e' Dry Goods Company's ('ash
New neckwear, cardigan la. 1u
wool and allk muffler a! Hn-
It ik the talk oBtlie town hv. .,
ly F. 8. Younger Son's deliver ii n
Call at Hawley's and leave your
orders for a Thanksgiving turkey. fat
K. Martin's bakery department can i
le beat, leave your order for Thank
K. T Wade has a residence propen;.
In Pendleton for sale. This Is a 8km
lal bargain; see him.
For the latest style and lowest
prices In fur goods, see Clever Bros
Dry floods Company's Cash Store.
- turkeys are going to be very
scarce you had better engage yoii'H
now. at the "Standard Grocery,
phone Main 96.
Candy Dutton has received a ship
ment of Newtons' chewing guui
With every 6 cent package you get ;i
chance for a nice watch.
Just received at the "Stau.lur.:
Grocery" some choice New fort
Unkwheat flour, corn meal.
Kngland bulk maple syrup and cran
Our Story Books
beat llliertv to MM e t,he,r.
U.ue C BkiM 3 O'e In.n.lrcb, of
volume we keep in stoek.
Our stock luu just be"' reiiifonwi
by the follow., title-, 11-tr.l BBC
iug i their .popularity:
1 nil' .
The Eternal City 11 ' ' 1 '
Right of Way QUbtrl urk
Helmet or Nsvlt
The Puppet Crowu MacOratl
Uhe Au.'.Ther Helen .. HorUn
Tri-Urn of lileiu
Truth Dexter McCal
Kbeu Holden iUcheller
MoIouKlili" "' 1,1,1 Oregon Kva Iy
Alioe of Old Vile . line.- Thompson
TALLMAN & GO.
Draggiatf, Main Street,
Don't Have Cold Feet
When you can prevent it by wearing a pair of our
Warm Lined Shoes.
We also have a tint; assortment ol Felt and Knitted Slippers
in all colors for ladiea and children.
46 main Si.
An up tu i
Ton. ilolis ami Kitnien at Nolf's.
Cored ntylex ami prices at Ruder
Salt tliih ot all Uindh Just r-eelvi il
i I .'- VoiiiiKer . Son's.
Wliere i the l si place to buy fur
nltiiri '.' At Itader's, of coiiim
Wheat hay il"ll i red . l.eav. BWlBIl
at Oregon Feed Yard. Peter West.
yuick dell van and clean yrucarlaa
is where F. S. Younger 4- Soim slilr.e
Km KartnelitH at reduced prices at
Cleaver Pros. Dry Goods Cash St.re.
Dressi il poultr ot all klmls at F. S.
Younger K- Son" Nicest In the clt
For rent two I annulled housekeep
iiik room. Imiiiin at !' Thomp-et:
A ureal bin barrel of fresh wane;'
kraut. Jnsf received at F S touttk'ci
Always tresh. yoli QM i!etxi:l on
that: The Palm Chocolates, at Koej,
I" n tiros.
KlltnliiN lllellt wanted hy lomiielcnt
hflUMBMHai ami cook iBQBltB
Fiirilllii room.-, foi hoiiMeki-epillK
at tin- Com ptOD W'liit. RoHMi II
South Main street
Then w.i . no regular meeting
the tt council last e.-nin. owing
to the couboHbmb tailitiK to appaai
.l ip luetic WUIIt position Uh cool
ami Kelieral housework, dish wash
In pn vnti lainllx or hold I ) box
The l.a.li.s Aid Society oi the Mai
tist churcli will hold a handki r. In
sale in the ChVrCil the secoll'l WeeU I
I I elllher
Will li iw til. nicest tin. . on tit
market, all stall u-il luuu v ail am
.- lie ami leavi voni ordei ioi
lilg bird. It Martin.
lr li .Nniii. iti 'CKSiuakiiiK es
tiihlisliiiieiit will le run as usual dm
UK the aosellcc ol til. ill of, I I. I,M telll
pontriij in Callloruiii.
KvervtlnnK llM maik. t klfords i
your thuuksKMiK dinner, o ran berries
sweet potaloen. nluill Lilidillll am
fruit cakes. K. Martin.
An linliiii was- arrsimieil m pol:
.unit thtl BjorniU n th, charge
in iiik ili'ink ami was limnl ami
ill lault of iiayuieiit was lent lo Jail
If you arc in a hurry for y.uir m
ci il' s order ol F S YoiiiikcI' H.in
who will deliver uiirchases within 1
minutes Win n you see It i the!
ad it is so.
lii-iic-fi iicr tliai I liuv Kio.eiies in
car lot in order to save freights
(nine III ami See lile Will llOkc Mill
prices ' li, apei than any house in
east i : .. ' in noli It Martin
W II I'llklliKton, wlio a. airesl
last i;iv ioi all. uiitiiiK t" pas
a worthies!, check on Lee Teuts h
ami whose preliminary was set for b
Iny . waii.il examination ami his cast
will com.' up at the next term of 1
t' It Oliver ami II. S Woodruff, ol
Walla W'.illn. an n Pendleton inlro
duciui i I Ollvi : i Outnl Kidney am
KheilBUttio Cure ami have placed th
lgeue with lluillev a.- alhnei on
ai ii' m the
T!ie also placed an
Indian trad! imm
take a pleasant herl
drink, the next morning I feel brh'h
and m complexion is better M
doctoi says it acts gently oi. the
stomuch. liver and kidneys, and is
pleasant laxative. It Is made irnm
herbs, and Is piepared as easily a
tea. it is called Utuc s Medicine
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day Price 26c and &
Foi sale hy Tallman & Co., sob
Pendleton Shoe Co.
liesinsrtluH wltb our store.
THE JUMIMiR PROM TRAINS
INSANE CHENOWETH TAKEN
AT ALBA AND ESCAPED.
He Had Traveled 68 Miles South From
Pendleton, and All the Way Preach
Ml His Strange Religious Doctrines.
I'klah. Nov. Jl Special. -Khvood
i. henowtth, the IntMM religions tiro
pouadoT oi itrnnRe dootrlBM who
.tumped ttOB! the train nt Nolln last
week WM enpnireil al AltM last night
and. this BlOrnlai while icii for mo
ment i the nonstable who wns pre
parlBR to lake him to Pendleton, he
broke RWaj ironi the house, and is
now nt large bi the Mine Mountains
Three posses are lii pursuit, and he
will probably b taken again some
The man apparently made Htraight
for the mountains hareanouta upon
his escape from the train. Me wns
neon at the north fork Of tin- .lohn
iii liver eighteen mllaa south from
hare, or sit olghl miles from Pond It
ton Ntfftrl before last he (topped
with Hnhcr' Moore bare al I'klah
ami Inst night at A Ilia.
All the wnv ftkMg the roads, am1
trails Chanowath pro poo it dad his
traage rallgtoai doctrines, as ha If
reported to have done at PendletOt)
ami other (daces.
Dr. Wi 0, Coh left this mornlim f
county cierk w D Chamberlain
is In Athena todav
I A and A I Kellev oi MlltOO, are
nt tin rjoidnn Rata Hotal,
A L Wrtuht an 1 bttda arrived to
dav at the Hotel Pendleton
i J Mlllls livestock agent tor the
0. it. A N nompany, is in the city to
Dr McDtrmld and wife, ot Wasce.
were guests nt the Holden Hub Hotel
ii i Rrown of Donoan nootofltao
tormerl called Wllbar, is in Peadta
Captain Charles Wamor, right oi
way BgOBl of the o l i N was in
.-' (i Banedlct, Of Hammond Iml .
fapreeaatini the Haaimood Paoklai
cOintmuv. )' whom l.nnt Pros an
local agents Is in town today
William Knpan oi OoM springs, n
tnrned from the Walla Walla hospital
hurl veiling with hlh wife, who had
been at the hospital the past iiiotith
Rev W K. Potwine rajBtet ot the
Chnrch "t the Redeemer, gacompantac.
hi the Rev lObn Warren has gene to
lb upiier, where t iii will conduct ser
vices tomorrow evening The rector
will ratnrn for the usual Bttoday ser
- her, while the Rev. Mi. Warren
1. niains lu Heppner over Thanksglv
lag dnv ami the following Sunday,
holding services ai tin Fniseopr I
church on those occasions.
OLD MAIDS PARADE TOMORROW.
At 2 O'clock on Friday Members of
Old Maids' Convention Will Parade
The members of the old Maids Con
M illion which is to lie held tomorrow
night at the Kra.ler. will assemble at
the opern house nt l.-'t" i 'clock sharp
tomorrow Kildiiy and at start upon
a parade through the streets They
will he arrayed in all their gorgeous
ness ami will present .in appearance
attractive in the extreme Several
musp law nr. to accoinpaiiv tln tn
ami make the welkin ring if welkins
he Indigenous to PelldletOll
The last dress rehearsal on Wednes
day night was thorough indeed, am
the iw foi ioa am tomorrow night win
in a pronounced success Seats will
P. on sale tomorrow morning at I'm
.let's 7,n cents lor all the lower thiol
ami n cents in tin- gall- iv
"Kino of the Opium Ring."
li "King oi the Opium Htng." which
conies tonight the sunshine ami shad
ow of the great metropolis of the west
afford the plot comedy ami heart in
taratl M wcll as many sensational
siirptlses The scenery for all four
e i is said to In beautiful It conies
from tin studio ot D, Frank I lodge of
tin Heraui Square. Theater New
York ami as Mr. lolgc is a native ot
the QoMon Hale ami therefore pUBll
lar with tin- aeaaat in aad about laa
I'lam isco Ins work has the virtue 1
balBI an accurate produethM
HOW ABOUT THAT MULE '
Hughes Arrested on Complaint of A.
B. Cooley to Find Out Who Stole
Replevin papare. aora Had heron
iiule Kit Oerald yeatanlay avaal ik
b) ' -i Kaulknei for rccmerv ol a
male A man named Hushes,
who fl a transient say.- In purchase!
tin animal from another party
Hugh's was arrested at tne complaint
hi Mr Cooley ami locked up lo await
iiirther investigation into the matter
to See whether or not he stole the
mule, or bought ii l ion i another who
luol I lolen It.
WAN STATUS IN I HI! SOUTH
ALL QUIET ALONG THE
Captain Perry Cablet the Status in
Washington. Nov. 1 Captain Pel
rj commanding tin battleship lowu.
cabled th. nav b pai tuient t tii
morning the following' 'Panama
Kvi lytbiug is quiet, with no sign of
intarferenn since last notification.
Transit and telegraph communication
are open. Colon is in possession of
the liberals und all i- quiet."
Quiet Heport Confirmed.
Colon Nov 21. There has been no
dlaordei here sane the liberals cap
inn. I tin city. Quiet reigned lust
night Foreigners rights arc being
r. m pee ted.
CoiniiUindei McCreu ol the Amerl
h ii gunboat Muchias. has i. a . .i
tbi land force that is guarding the
railway ami telegraph lines
MRS. IDA BONINfcS CASE
WOMEN ATTEND THE
TRIAL OF A WO i AN.
Defendant Maintains Usual binilmc
Appearance in Court.
Waahington. Nov L' I . A lar-.e pel
centagc of women were iio'l'eabi.
ainoiiK tiiose in the i .,ui i room when
the Huuiue i rial was rtmiitne I ,bi:.
morning Tlie defelelmil
and amlling as always The aas'ataBt
district attorney bega i his siat. in i.i
to the lurv m, uuin ui . ill
ed to order. He told the Juror- they !
must not he nwayed by sentiment no,
sympathy tor the lefendnnt. Mr...
Bonltte never winced ai he I .unnti-
rally ralatad the inoidanta gttendlnw
the tragedy H. told ol the brnaklBR
off of the friendly relations ri ihi
woman ami Ayrcs. and of her instant
efTcrts to effect n raoonelllatloa.
Tangart COaOlOded at noon lliofflai
I'ctiniols. who drew the plans Of the
scene of the tragedy, took the stand
lis Itrst witness for the pros, cut in
His testimony was without feattlrV
IS THIS A PIPE DREAM?"
STORY In PORTLAND
Describes "Cattle Rusthrv. in Coun
try South of Pendleton.
The Portland Iventaa Telegram oi
the ituh. hud a twtvcoltimn article,
datad Dhlah, Nov 10, which raadi
very much like a fair) storv. ami II
umiouhtedlv the product ol n vc.-y
ImagiBBry writer, who thinks tint tht
officers of this country are slttlii!' Idl)
by. while the "Battto ranttalB' rob the
residents of the lohn Day COUBtf) D
their herdr the owners belli; Bftald
to open their months tor P-nr ol their
The writer soys that the "rattlers"
,ai succeeded Ol terrorizing the
small stockman to such an extefll
that he fears to give out inn Iflfor
matlo:i ami that II he pomptalae ol
his hms. the rest ot his Btock
und oosslblv himself tna he slot
down nt any time O Ulnar! here as
sert that such a story Is r'dicelo.is
Tin ,ien thai a IBM will Sllffei I In
loss or n whole hand oi rat i n aad not
Infonr the officers when he kaowi
they arc being st'-leti. Is 'oo 'till 10 hi
wallowed by many her-' Tttlf con
dltlon according to the Telearai nor
respondent, begins at Ukhsh iml "ex
tetnis southward through the cotlre
loim Day pountry, paiaea on oui lati
Harnd) county i ipiaadi woatwatil i nt
I like auc eastwiod Into Mullein iml
Paki 1 counties, and Bfll) etiib w In 11
tin Nataoa line is ram had. ami the
rar distant line m tin South, m Pi
plfle In southwestern Oregon ' ,uid
tha- "'lie estimate ol lOBdln Stot h
men oi Qraal oouat) is that Mo.ooo of
stock from OrBflt alone has tieen lifted
this season b) rustlers " He BUthm
the further xtartllng statements that
"tl Is I'eneially admitted that the
berlffl oflcaa Of Ihe Interior counties
knou oi tin i-attie ruaUlai aad the ex
lent to whii h it is practiced Ntrmei
mis complalBta have been made tn
the sheriffs ofTlce of Fnintllln county,
it Pendleton, but in every cas. the
omplalnantH were too seared to ai
ssi tht officers In search and flic
attempt had to he given up a twain "
Tills, tile officers here say. Is fills"
and no complaint ha beep made of
the kind hnvlng hatfl enrrled on In
i matllla count', let alone the intima
tion that lhe had failed to do their
duty wben iBfOTBMd of this condition
Of aflalrs The also Hty that, whll
then is some cattle rustllnr OCOf
ilonall) In the John Day country, tha)
have never hud the intimation that it
was being carried on to uny gn at ex
l. -nt .iml that It it was thev would
know so in. thing about It. So this
wholesal "cattle lifting" appears to
lie onlv a pipe dream."
The New Army Pistol.
Tin new pistol recently ftdopttd by
tin i 'niteii states army is certainly B
reinai naoie invention It will ills
charge ltd hultati la a minute with
the addition oi this wonderful waapoi
our army will he as fur uhc td of tin
other armies ol the world as Hostel
ter'i Btomacfa llltter Is ahead m unv
othei Itomaoh remedy. Fur ivei flttv
yean It has I n the Htuudurd remedv
of the American people. If von are a
oifferi i inun indigestion dvsiwimia,
helcBing, heartburn Batutaacy, .onsti
I -a t H i i or malaria lever ami ague and
want to get we. you should trv this
wonderful medicine It will sun-l;
cure you Bewaiv oi counterfeit
when buying The genuine must have
oui Private Hie Si. imp nvi tin neck
ot tin- bottle.
Ice Team Ran Away
Van Orsdalc ami lioss' ice wagol,
' am ran away yesterday ami tore
things up considerably. Frank Itoss
was driVlPI anil he left the team
standing in I tout of Mr. Van OrsdaleV
reaidanct on Ann street while he
went in to deliver some ice. While
Ii. was gone the leaili sluited .in.: rill:
about live blocks to the cornel of Ann
ami Kailioad streets, where one hin I
wheel was smashed and the team
stopped. No othei damage was dm ,
lot of Weiinur I 'liina
that in fhxqaitito. Tbifl ib
OUtihiQg out ot tin ordinary
Koitit'tliint: we aiv DTOUd tt
show yorji Also a line line
of vases and mantel tlecora-
Oofnti if only lo look.
Owl Tea House.
tlinilaKu th" ruon way ami repir r He
tmy Wlmu yuur cmiuuu uet.lb reimlrbiK
HW to ui v, ,io ivpitir wurk la ti uioii
thorough uiauuor. nud we do it a prouill)
lliorough woik cm Uj dune, We oharg
only wburi rlfhi
Daily East Oregonian by Carrier,
only 15 eenU a week.
PILOT kock is mvmii)
NOT ALL CITIZENS
Election Will be Close. But Probab
o i fl-ifl LJ?iTti
Robhina oi ri oi ...
ntunlBRa iiimm- yV
In I'lloi uoca, sas
roi the incorporation o th urn . n
i "1 rssss
vor. antl mai ui " - ,
eollles Off the 3d Ol IN' -IB I M I W I '
i i.iti i... iiiini.s i win cai i )
ver.i cione. .....
Notice to OOrltrBotOfBi
Notice Is hereby BlYOtl thai bids
m br recchcii iv tht iindaralfBOd at
Pendleton ror tht ronitrncU' n nT
tetenhom lino from Echo 1 1 point
00 Btltter Creek, about -'r. n.liea. un .
November mm, i "" run.. e
eulari on application. The right to
refuse all bids reserved.
A II. rhomsoti.
I'etidleto l. Orego n
Th, qnartermiater'a departmoBl re
raived a report from Major Jacoba on
the condition of tha transport fleward,
lylna at Portland, From the report
it w evbicnt that Makn Jacoha favors
the prat ll' iil rebuilding Of the vessel
A shoe is in. nit oi ruinsd
in tha laatinfl it wall laatad
thev will hold then shape,
fit tin fool Ix ttat and last
lOOgOl than il that part ol J
the makinfi ts cheaply or nut -rteills
limn The makers ol
pgj mure moggy and more
BttontiOfl t this particular
feature, than tht majorit) ol
mantiti'ttircrs. That's tha
reason w II sel! J Oil "two
pain" "I shoes if We Still voll
one You will i onit: an.iin
The world s inost hUlMMM I'l.AlK
VOYANT and PALIIIKT, has ar
rivtsi in Ptndtaton andlanoa looattd
at the Hotel Kt. QoorgBi Boom i.
While hen-I lie PVOBBnOf can Is- con
sulted on all tin ulluir- of life Pro!
KlBIMMBfa 'he only ittadnnte of the Oc
cult College of IBnla BBd France now
iii this country He bos made a life
studv of Occult Bfl ha and I'aluiislrv
and his HMOfS has lieen inarveloiis.
He gUBianlaes to reveal every Incident
of volir life, lo tell you whom, where
ami when you will marry: flvai yoBI
own full NAM I without atlUni; you a
-.iiiK It-OBBattoa : tells you pisl w iiat you
are Ix-t lilted for mid how to obtain
the money you are ill Heed of, etc
Prof, Frauds make- a apanlalty Of Ml
tiuK paopta eut of nuajMual trouble. No
matter what your trouble is, lie can
ami w ill help you. and If you arc not
lielHil after a visit he will paeJUvel)
refuse to accept a fee. Kveryom i in
vited lo .-,,1 on this : -1 1 1 . . i medium and
test for tht'lll-lves Hl In- reason
able ami within reach of all. He ulso
claims that every person is adapted lo
soiin- certain kind of business or pro
fession and that no one can In- succew
fill until they tie. i mil What they mi
litlisl for. In your reading you are
told every iucldent of your life: your
own full name is given, also the name
of the one whom vmi will marry, with
a full itaaotlpt Ion. and whan ami when
you will meet, etc Vim are told how
to succeed and how to better your con
dition in all way a,
ou should remember (bat a visit to
tins filled IBOrtllUlillUBB is- tha making
of you. He lias Martad many thou
sands on tin- road to sjieeOMi If youi
business i- Utlsm ei-ssful, If you have
trouble of any kiml, feel yourself lnvlt-
d to call on tbi" Kilted medium uml
In- w il rend sou .,.,, iHililer and Imp
pier than you have ever beu beloie.
Ofrlee hours, 10 a. m. lo I p. oj,i
undays, I p. in to 7 p. in
Palmistry and Hypnotism taught
Medium i ti-. peBKMUl ilevelopvd. fall
curly to avaul the crow lis. All liusl-
iimmm strictly eouflojantial, Parloai w
arranged that you BMtl UO llninwra
Lady attannanoa, Perfect atlsfac-
tion by mail. Hand rl and dab- of
birth for readlna,
Prof Francis' parlors are at the
Hotel St. George and are secured with
that vk-w to privacy so frequently
Baal red by those who have not con
suited a medium before,
0PKOIAL OKFKR Prof. Fran, is
wlahas to anuounoa thai as he is mob
to retire from the piofesBiou In ha-s
followed so long, he bn decided to Kiv'
his full tgOQ.uu eourseotl PALM IH'I'KN
and CLAIHVON ANOEoi HVPNOl
811 for tin small HUH of tflft., v'ly
lot take up tbls Kiaml DlOfowlon,
Moat of my pupil, nre aarntng bettei
than $25 a day. fall for an axplaiia
tioil. I oiisulUtioli fie. .
Al ST. GEORGE HOTM
Corner Main and Webb Streets.
Help or Situation
C R Cook's EmplofpeBt Agency
Ooruer Main and Alu Street.
P1CN Dl.h 1 1 1. OHEUOW
i nniiv. i
Another Free Gift Sale...
,lli ev'.rv- trelil'v; coil tr ......
" wi over coat We ate
nice iiat or a Kornl watch, stem s, i attd stir
. umrc sl, rn wimL v
Twenty par cent discount on all jva
Romemhaf largeat stock of goods in th.
I. ..-I fr.on mill 10-lf ec If o :i r n 11 1 ... I il.. , L'"lntv ln '
o-" r r 1 in,- nivnul 1 l
By getting one of our new style diniti" room t.
e i i..,:.. ..,! i::.t. iui..".i
ireoi ctiiiur ttnsitn iiiiii iiiiinn, HUlluiV lUBflfl ana m JL
111 it price lower man ever eeiore ior sunn suerior
miim MMir n ti' 'ii ii' on' ntfi in 1 1,, rvt'I II vnn in.t
.it iititir 11 11 1 tun u I'll nr ki'i 1 1 it ... . l r
A . I ........ I ......... r I 1 1 1. i. ..... . AH J I t
" fs w" iiivnnu' snrrm
1 t ' . . . . : I ... , -w
ill 1 I- . . 1 , t ... t.il I f II 1 nsaminm
Main und WW1 utrcets.
A complete lino of
Stationary and hooks
School bookj and
ScIumjI ItipplifM ....
Cain s 111 all styles
Best Babbitt Metal
IN 10 POUND BARS.
For line shafting and all
bearings of machinery
of the mill or factory it
cannot be surpassed : : :
Made from Type Metal.
East Oregonian Office, fmim to
The Only I'Uce yon esu gat
A hunch in Pendleton
Imported Swiss and
I .iintii.'icr Cheese. ..
Imported d o 11 li I g
Stout PoftBff, Schlit
Old Jas. E. Pepper
Old Henry Clay
Have DON the Standard sun t-
Especially adapted or fain
Uy and medicinal purposes.
Every hottl. guaranteed.
The Off lo
E i) BES1 HORN, Prop
705 Main St.
NOTIC'K Hi SloiKltoLOEBa-NOTlOK IS
iiurnby iiiviau llmi tb.r. will b, un annual
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