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ifnf ^kjn -i,. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. E. REYNOLDS, A WORHEf »nd OOUNSfiLOB AT LAW. n.. *»etloe In all gtate and federal court*. Commercial Law a Specialty, Met First National Bank, Carroll, Iowa. W. R. LEE, 4SJWUNEY. Will practice In all state and fed A *itf court*, Collectloni and all otber biui- oe* will receive prompt and careful attention. One In First National bank block, Carroll, Iowa. F. M. POWEBB, ORNET. Practices In all the courts and Hrgukes tolleotlons prompt!?. Offloeon Fifth itnpb over Shoemaker's grocer? store, Carroll la GEOBGE W. BOWEN, AffQRNEY AT LAW. Makes collection! and « fcansacts other legal business promptly. Of MM etifflth Block, fifth St., Carroll. A. U. QUINT, A1KRNEY AT LAW, will practice In all the ** Omits. Collections In all part* of Carroll maty will have closest attention. Office with Kdnweitern Building and Loan Association, •oiKatde Fit tb street, Carrol., Iowa. DR. W. HUMPHREY, D ENTAL SURGEON. Teeth extracted without pain to tie . M of nitrous oxide gas. Offloe over First National Bank, corner Carroll, Iowa. i MUST J L. SHEEMAK, Gas administered, ill work la guaranteed. Office on Fifth St., over poitsffloe, Carroll, Iowa. ARTS, President . Vice. President Cashier A GENERAL BANKING* BUSINESS. Loans Money at Lowest Bates. to its depositors every accommodation conslstant with sound banking, Buys and Sells Some and For- 'Exchange. THE EMBDEN QEE5E. this nnndsoine Variety Is Fairly Prollflt nnd Mnturrs Early—A Breeding Pen. There are only three varieties of geese which can be called economical. It is true we have several varieties, but the majority are so inferior to the three leading breeds—Embden, Tonlouse and Italian—that they cannot be called profitable breeds, says a breeder in The Kennel, Farm and Poultry Yard. The Embden goose is by far the most beautiful of the species. It is a very large variety, pure white in color, and very handsome. lu a large flock on the grass or stubbles they look extremely well. The Embden gander should have a long, ewanlike neck; long, straight head; deep orange bill and light blue eyes. His breast should be full and broad, without any keel; shoulders very broad, back long and straight, paunch deep and broad, and legs very strong. The Embdens are fairly prolific. They lay about 15 eggs each if fairly fed, and make good sitters and mothers. They are indeed most satisfactory in the CAPTAIN FBANK A. HINKEY OF YALE. Captain Frank A. Hiukey, who was in control of the Yale 'Varsity Football team last year, is again in command this year. The great annualjrame with Harvard will be played in Springfield, Mass., on November 24. Mr. Hinkey U popularly known as "The Silent Man." pie Wfa* go to spend money at Saratoga TWO EXPIRED PATENTS. A. Convenient Gate Latch and Good Cheat Fence Now Free to AH. The object of the automatic gate latch is to provide a fastening which shall give support to the gate when closed, st that it cannot sag, which shall be aecurt d WW.. CCLBKRTBON Fred. B. E. COBCBM, Cashier TBANSACTIKe A. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Lands Bought and Sold, Titles Examined and Abstracts Furnished. FIFTH STREET, CABBOLL, IOWA. NEW HARNESS SHOP iTHEO. O3TEN, Prop. CTJ EMBDEN OBESE. latter respect. Great laying in geese la not tn my mind any recommendation. I prefer a goose that will lay a good sitting—aay from 12 tb 15 eggs—and then sit down and hatch them and bring off her flock to the fields as soon as they oan bo trusted to ramble far from homo. Qeese of this class give very little trouble compared with birdu brought up by hens which lay about I he farmyard all summer. Tfie Embdens are an early maturing variety, and as such have been largely recommended as harvest geese. Their fleSh is excellent and without any coarseness. They are frequently crossed with Toulouse, which produces excellent results. This cross makes veiy large birds of a light gray color. The ganders grow particularly large. The cross between an Embden goose and a Chinese gander is very highly spoken of. Large flocks of moderate sized white birds are obtained in this way. A gander and two or three geese make a breeding pen. I prefer to mate only two geese with a gander. The gan- dor, as before stated, should be as long in tho neck and typical of the breed as possible. I would advise the first four eggs laid by each goose to be put under hens, and the geese will be able for about 18 eggs each. They should have nests provided in n shed, where they should be put to lay from the first. I don't boliovo in changing a goose from the nest she has laid in, because »he won't take to a now nest, as a rule. Bow to Beach tho Pnblle. Many small farmers would be glad occasionally to reach the public to the extent of selling off any surplus stock on hand without too great expense in An entire new arid complete stock ot ^Harnese, Saddles, Whips,* Robes, Fly^Nets And'everytblng visually contained In a drstfdasi establishment ol this kind. All work warranted to be nmt class lu every particular. Ke)>airhiir Neatly and Cheaply Donof GIVE ME A TBUL. Opposite Burlte's hotel. Carroll, Iowa, SEBASTIAN WALZ Boots and Shoes. I ten w but • Ml MM •mpM* UM »y UDIES' AND GENTS' 8HOEI . Mite * youth, OAKBOLU THB OLD RBLIABLB AN AUTOMATIC GATE LATCH. and which admits the gate to either way in opening, the device being at the same time simple and easil> operated by the hand. lu order to effect these results an iroi pin (A)from one to two inches in length and three-quarters of an inch in di ameter is fixed firmly id the outer stilt of the gate. The rest (B) and the slotted latch (C) are so placed with reference tc this pin that as the gate is closed froa either side the pin passes between the two pieces, rising slightly—say an eighth of an inch—on the rest (B) and pressing up the latch (C) until it comes under the Blot (a), when tho latch returns to ite place and the gate is securely fastened. The latch (C) is held in its proper position by means of the rod (F) which passes through the guide (b). To facilitate the easy opening of the gate the rod (F) rises to the top of the level of the gate and is bent in the form of a loop (o) large enough to admit the hand. Over this loop and concentric to it is placed the stationary handle (d). By grasping the two loops at once in the hand the latch rod (F) is easily drawn up and the pin released from the latch. The latch returns to its place by its own weight, or if that is not sufficient a helical spring may be added at e. Beyond the fact that the latch serves the purpose of a rest for the gate it is especially desirable in that it •will look automatically and thereby save much valuable time of the pedestrian or clriv'.r. The Bocond expired patent is a post and rail fence. It consists of posts planted in tho ground at suitable distances apart, against which are arranged, at right angles thereto, small short rails, extending equal distances upon each side of tho post, and upon which are extended longer rails arranged parallel lection and segregation of reserved reservoir*. Third.—That reservoirs heretofore reserved by the government shall be released and mod* available upon application therefor by elates and territories. Resolved, That It ia the sense of this congress that the president of the United States immediately take such steps looking to the appointment of international commissions composed of representatives of the United States and Canada and of tho United States and Mexico, whoso duties it shall bo to thoroughly examine into'and determine questions arising between said nations because ot the waters of rivers partly in each of tho countries or eery- ing as a boundary between two, and to settle upon a basis and method for the equitable 4t> vision and us» of the waters of snch streams when required for irrigation. Agricultural Newt and .Notes* Progressive farmers are anticipating a general use of electricity on the farm, by the aid of which both farm and household luachiuory will be run. High prices are indicated for potatoes, there being a very short crop at home and only fair yields abroad. Although sweet potatoes occupied the usual area, the crop is reported to tw nearly 10 per cent below the average. The annual convention of the AsBoat ation of American Agricultural College and Experiment Stations occurs in Washington Nov. 18. E. C. Hodges & Co. say, "At no previous time on record has there been a simultaneous deficiency in the corn crops of America and the corn producing and exporting countries of southeastern Europe, the only competitors of this country in this cereal." erwr MjHllDer drive out to Mr. Thomas' Saratoga Lake hotel to get dinners and suppers. Far famed and excellent are the ooofefctf and table service there. One General Jffoliueaux says he has Been an any ay f0e carriages waiting in front I the Sogntoga Lake hotel for their occupants to finish dining. As many as 1,000 pel-sous sit sometimes at the tables •ft once. lu vrfcMw Mr. Thomas has charge of ho toW» service at the tremendously swagger Lakewood hotel, New Jersey, whoro gsfcody but bluoblooded millionaires a»4 their families are supposed to live. Mb. Thomas has eight children, all of them well educated and brought up accustomed to luxury. If he were whlto/ajay neighborhood would be glad 4) welcome him and his family. But i is part negro. Now, without prejudice to the sensitivities ft Brooklyn one way or the oth- w, we wivh to call the attention of colored people to the fact that there is an excellent opening for them the world over to make fortunes in precisely the way Thomas made his. Colored people, men *ud women, are better cooks •id oatMM than white people are. There IB no prejudice against colored cooks, caterers or hotel keepers. One would }•* aa soon stop at a hotel kept n first class style by a colored man as jy n whttajnan, rather sometimes bemuse «t«k» reputation of colored people for preparing good food. A spotlessly clean, attractive hotel or eating house, with also spotlessly clean waiters not too avaricious in the matter of tips and such food as few know HO well as the black cook how to prepare, would .fee an immediate success any- PIONEER" MKAT MARK WT. N. ruth ana Salt Uoata. tua Seat V: b* fiougut, Hams, Side MuU, *c. VIBH, GAME Mwktt rrion ram tn IT. fir tl OAJIROUb, U THE BULLETIN BOARD 8CIIKME. way of advertising that (surplus. Rural New Yorker awhile ago suggested tho bulletin board sohomo. It in ourtninly an easy one to carry our. Baoh a board nnilod in it conspionous place would give you lots of advertising and increase your oirolo of cuutouj- ers. What are you raining goods for? To sneak them off to market with tho least possible publicity? Why not ad- vertigo and increase tho competition for what you have to soil? Future Cratte*. A bulletin from tho Utah station on tho grazing values of different grasses is summarized as follows: A mixture of pasture grasses proved very much mi- purior for grazing steers to oaoh ono of the grasses sown singly. Of tho single varieties tall oat griise londs, with timothy second and lucuru third. The re- BultB indicate that tho dilforunou in thu pasturage value of the several graasus is very marked. The drilling of timothy sood, iw iignliiKt broadoitnMng, giivo un inoroftBO in yield of hay of about 8 pur oout. Thero was i'ountl to be less moih- turo in ttio drilled areit than in tho broad- ousted uritu, tliough this fact niny not bo unfuvorubhi. Tomjn iiituro slightly fitvorud thu drilled uruu. DE ••HE = B ffic The ooubumui-H of driod fruits owe to l-'rofoBttor BlUgunl a dubt of gratitude for his efforts to rcgtriot the pruulion ol mthihuriuu A POST AKD BAIL FKNCK. to tho lino of tho fence and alturuatiug with oaoh other cm the right uud left of tho posts. Tlio top rails can bo secured iu place by nailing a cleat aoroiu tht two, or by tying with an auuoalud wire, or by any other well known menu. The advantages of this foiiuo, in the claims, uro a groat saving of laud, material aud labor, aud tho short rail cau bo uwdo of refuse timber or from old rails that may bo decayed at the ends. Also that it can be put up without the aid of skilled labor uud it strong,' durublu aud cheap, Irrigation Vuugrviu' Ilunolutloug, The following resolutions worn adopted at tho third national irrigation coo- gross at Denver: Wboreas, Thiiro Is n wldo dlvcrulty uf opinion concerning tlin bout polioy to pursue with relation to the rumuinlng Irrigable liuula; there- foro bo It Itimolvod, Tlmt tht> proportion contained in •octlona 4 and fi of tho report of thu majority of thu committee of ruuolutloiiN IH reported tuck to thu uuvurul Btutu Irrigation uomml0- iluns with instruotloiis to cmdfuvur to report thu fourth iiftllonul Irrigation rongn-HM u inort duflnltu unil mitUfiiotory nliui fur lh<> rualamu- lion of arid publlo land* through thu co-opera- tiun uf national und ulutu uuthurltii-.i. FlrMt.—That thnro ahull bo up|i'iint<«l a uu- Ilimal trrlgntion ouuiiuhMlou, vi-ntnl with tliu lupurvlulun uf Much lrrl«iitlnn wnrlu UH may tu uunvtructud by tho ftxluni) cuvrrnmulit. Thu iiutiouiil Iri'lfntlon oummlmlcm hliull uluu tu cUurgcd with thu work of iiiiiUlim un Inline- dial i- InvuitiKutlonof thu|>roljluiii(>( liiUirttub! tU'L-uiuu nnd rupurt to thu O'HIKH ut of tht United Htittuu iu) uurly iu) poaKllilo u niciumr* iirovldlng a iniiunu for thu Hiiuxly HIM) Him) lid- juJU'ution of thu (luimtliinu butwi 1-11 htutuH und U I'luu for thu dlvluluil of Btruuuia UM a busit ol jastlcu uud »iulty. Bi ivond.—Thut tho uovural ti-rrlli>rl«-» be In- olmlwl In the provision* uf thu C!ui-uy law* M ui'ovUl'il lui* iu tliu.'.o i'i.iuliUi''iii , l.'.it uulll- ehiiit uppr«iirliillon l<» bi-ouruj fi-',-n i'.u gwi- urul govi-rninoiit for (lurrying on U ,. .vurb «' dlsooverliiB woturuujiullfliiMo to llm i,«'l»inu- tlon of thu arid luiulh, unil lur tin |>n,huuiltlU^ ttt turvuyu nocoiiiiury t^dcK-i-iuluu tJm loui^tiou •' ' ' " uud tlWMW Tho Best'Candidate. George Washington would be very much out of date if he were here today and should be a candidate for office. When it was sought to make him president;, the committee that waited ou him had to beg and plead with him mightily before ho would yield. He loved agriculture and had pictured to himself a long, bwght, gentle going down (he slope while he staid at home and grew gri«o pnmp&ins and bred big nmlcfl ao4 blooded oattle. He was a great admirer of big mules, tho Father of His Country was. He told the committee that he was tired and wanted to rest; that bo had served his country in camp and on the battlefield during the darkest period of her existence. Now ha wanted to bo left to himself and have a good tiino. But his country would not leave him to himself. The more he tried to beg off the more U instated antil finally, with deep regret* for the sweet rural life he was loaviug, wjth protest, aluiost with tears, he turned hiil>aok on Monut Ver- uon and ouoe move took office. The more ho did not want to be president tho more his countrymen insisted on having him. It was because they knew ho would give himself single hearted to their service. A man'a fltnew for office IB to be measured by his capacity and williuguoBs to do sorvioa The man who has no selfish euda to further, but who will do the most and the best work for those who elect him, U the candidate that is wanted. The most service ft* others, tho uigheat honors. <tbr fercveut Forest Fires. Professor B. Fernow, chief of the toresta? division of the .United States agricultural department, has made the following recommendations in regard to forest fires. If the states will heed his gjfjjplHB, the disasters of tho autumn in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan will never be repeated in this country: Pirgt.—Appoint one state fire commissioner, W&9 to BAp tjrf responsible agent of tho state for cer^fhg titti law into effect and organizing the service, and who IB paid for his work in pivnactioB to the value of hia services. BuuiSfe-Biilce all Bherlffs responsible for the putting out of fires in their county and for apprehending any incendiaries; give tho Bher- iffa power to Bwear in Bpocial firo wardens to act as their deputies, with power to employ a posse when necessary to fight flros. Third.—Erect watch towers in suitable locations for tho use of fire wardens, and if possible establish telegraphic connection between them. Employ additional special fire patrols in tho dangerous districts during the dangerous oMpMu, July and August. FoSfe.—Require all lumber operators to burn their debris early lu the spring (May)— it can be done, because it is being done successfully, choapij' and willingly by some—and If they do not comply have the fire warden do it for them, charging tho lumberman with the expense. Fifth.—Require railroad companion, who are responsible for a large sharo of tho fires, to use spark arresters and to clean their ash pits with care, and make them responsible under no law for cureless incendiarism and for dam- ges. With a properly instituted officer to ook after them, they will readily avoid most t tho fires. They should also be required to pop jfftif ai#tat of way on both sides okeared [ Iriftammable material. Sixth.—Require settlers and farmers to give ooUae •< their intention to burn crash to too ire wttMen, and to obey his instrnoUoua as to he time and manner ot doing it. The real Dewoorittio tariff \raa that provided for iu tho Walker law, euooted In 1844. It WIM in the «nalu a tariff for rovouuo ouly, aud the rates wore aoui parativoly low. This Holiodirto remained iu force till the outbreak of the civil war. Then, iu order to gain Inudu to carry oil the wur, tho Bopublicuu pwty, audur President Liucolu, In Wlfll, paW<] a high turlir bill It, witli plenty of pit pur iiicmuy ut tho name time, gave a greitt imputuu to luaiiufaoturiug. The gunurul turilf polioy has been tho sa from Lincoln'H llrBt uduiiiUBtrntiou to the proHunt tinm A Huoucttmi'ui iJolrti'ecV Mun. Every inlmbituut Kuutli of MHHOU and Pixnu'H liiiowllliudulgolnubroml grin »nd Buy to hiuiKulf in tltu wordb of Mr. S'luouru, "Huni'H riohuoHB," wluui lio ruuds liow tlio whito inhnbitiintH of uwull luuulity in Brooklyn itro Hlirrud np liku tho btormy HUH iu tluiir iniiulN ut the proHj)ucit of tlio uilvont in thoir uiji«hbi)i'houd as u ruuiilunt uf Hiram Tlioiiiiw, » riiiiuud, good looking uu thoi'iniglily millivittud uolored iiiuu, Mr. ThomitB IIIIH doiio wull iu tlio world. l''irst Lu wus a uoiinnon tublo wulter, Un'u u limd wuitor and fluully a hole proprietor on hit* own hook, lu thu uaniiuer lie runs hie own hotol at Bora lake. It in a day resori Tu« poo Judge Morris, who fled from Springfield, O., after stealing *30,000 from cll- ents, sent back a letter that he intended to kill himself. The transfer of Bishop Barker from western Colorado to Olympiu 1ms raised » jne*Uin of cunou lu\v that threatens troublous discussion in Episcopal clerical circles. Several hundred saloonkeepers inotii) •eor^k Mstiou At HrH7.il, Ind., to prevent the p»B»ttgB of a proposed bill in the next legislature limiting the number of wt- loons to on* for each 1,000 inhabitant. AtMtate honesty of life and purpose ia what is more needed than anything else in theua tiuiei The Best Teacher in the world, is experience. The Lorlllards have been manufacturing tobacco continuously lince 1760. Do you wish to profit by this experience? The tnumb In ATI nnfadlnir of character. The BqutreTypefti' dlcM*f a ittong will, grett energy and firmness. Closely allied IB the Bpatnlated Type, the thninb of thoa* . of advanced Ideas and bntlneas ability. Both of these types belong to the busy nun or woman; ana DemorcBt'i Family Magazine pie. pares especially for iitcli personi a whole volume of new ideal, eon* denied in a small space, fa that the record of the whom world's wtrk for a month may be read in half an honr. Tbe Conical Typo indicate* refinement, culture, and a lava a* music, poetry, nnd fiction. Apenon with thin type of thumb wilt thoroughly enjoy the literary attractions of Demorest's Magazine. The Artistic Typo Indicates a love a* beauty ana art, which will find ram pleasure in the magnificent oil-plct* nro of roses, 16)4 * 24 Inches, reproduced from the original painting by De Longpr6, the most celebrated of Hrlng flower-painters, which wilt bo given to every subscriber t» Demorest's Magazine for 1885. Th« cost of this superb work of art vafl $850.00: ami the reproduction, cannot be distinguished from Uw original. Besides this, an exqnlslta oil or water-color picture is published in each number of the Magazine, and tho articles ire BO profusely and superbly illustrated that the Magazine is, In reality, a portfolio of art works of the highest order. The Philosophic Type Is the thumb of tho thinker and fnvuntot of Ideas, who will bo deeply interested In those developed monthly in DemorcBt's Magazine, in every one of Its numerous departments, which cover the entire artistic and scientific field, chronicling every fact, fancy, and fnd of the day. Demorest's is simply a perfect Family Magazine, nnd was long ago crowned Queen of the Monthlies. Send in your subscription; it will cost only $2.00, nnd you will hava a dozen Magazines In one. Address W. .iBNNiNosllEMonKBT, Publisher, 15 East 14th Street, New York. Though not a fashion magazine, Ite perfect fashion pngcs.and flu articles) on family and domestic matters, will be of superlative Interest tn those possessing the Feminine Type of. Thumb, wliich Indicates in its emaM size, elcnderncsii, soft nail, an4 smooth, rounded tip, those traits which belong essentially to tha gentler sex, every one of whom should subscribe to BemoreBt's Magazine. If yon are unacquainted wltn Es merits, send for a specimen cony (free), and you will admit that seeing these THUMBS hts p«t you in the way of saving money by finding in one Magazine everything to astiefy tlio literary wonts ot tec whole family. ANOTHER YEAR DR, DOWNING This Skillful and Bollablo SPECIALIST WILL VISIT — CARROLL, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, Burke* s Hotel One day only every month. OonsaUntlon free. Be Cures When Others Fall. ALL CHRONIC DISEASES Diseases of LUNGS and HEART STOMACH and LIVER NERVOUS 1)1 UKASES DISEASES of WOMEN DISEASES of if EN CATARRH, ETC., ETC. Young and Middle Aged Men Suffering from LOST MANHOOD, Nervoue o» Pbriloal Debility, Semlnul weuknett, Lost Vigor, Decline of Manly 1'owen, Dralni. DISCHARGE* Or Lottei, VAUICpCCLC. •*< all lh» Train of evils resulting from KiceilM, CHIIORB IN YOUTH, «•<•., etc., producing tome of the following e Hoots. |M Nenouineu, Kmlitlous, Pimples, l)lololi»i, Debility, DUuoess, Dvf active Memory, Absinoe of Wllf Power, Condition of Ideat, AveriUm to toaletr. Sexual Kilianillon. Palo ha the t etc., bllghllcg the mott radiant hopet, r«n< derlng marriage unhappy and hmlneit a L_. ure; sweeping thoutaudt loan uulluioly «ra»», NO MATTICM WHO HAI Doctor. Hehat curtd givon up ID detpalr, a PCMFECT i TIQN au*R»NTeeo. Oouiuitutlo H«jl FAILED, oollialt tu» rtd tboutttod* who bar* The brand that for yean has been the standard of high grade tobacco*. 'Tis a rich, lasting and delicious chew. It'sLORILLABDS Sold everywhere. MARRIAGE. I'hote ooutuuiplatlngIBM- riage woo are aware of pbytloal defeeU or weakoeta which would render marriage • dlt- ap|iomtui«ut would do well to call OB at, REMAUKAHLH CURES. Dr. Downing hut treated oiur 4.1KKI pulieiitf In Iowa during the putt yeur and hat MitlmoutaU from leading citizens who hud falloil to obtain relief from other pbyilolunt, n|>eol»lliU, and "lutlltutei." U» iwrwlmloii he r«fer« to the following well known uitlxoiiti D. L. Hook.BtruKord, lowu— Cured of nervous debility and klilney John Deppe, 1'eUrtburK, lowu- Our«d of uutarrh, etc, Urn, D. V. Uuwurd, Uulwolii, lowu— Curtd of fumulo weukuet*. Uh»8. A. UulrU, Maionvllle, lowu-- Cured diiughtur uf purall'ilt. Mm. 0, W, tiwlgftrt. UumaiioUo, lowit- CurcMl uf foiuulo wuukue**. Uev. U. Blryuhor, utunion, Nut). Cured ton uf t>|>llepay, long tlautllui. Mrs. 1. M. Chun*, Muurlanil, luwu- OurtHl uf uututrli lu tiouu uiul stoiuugli, 1. Uluuiuii, Umjuokutu, lowu - Uurutl ul I'.iuicor ul tungue. H. ithertoh, (jUHtloeofthepunuu) tiluiiuokula, Iowa— Curtxl of culicur uud guiu'i-iil tloblllty. K. 1'lutt, Carroll, luwu- Curi-d uf u chronto Uliuimu lUtrr i;puii(lliiu huu- dretlt of Uolluru without rtillut. tfuHtlrvitit <>/ others i'iir«/ uftir huw fullfl to nlU'W, flu c(w<.v r«- ferr&t tn wttfuntt permltt-iion. UB«OB mid correapouiivucu utrlolly llul arid uudtaluo euot to uny United Htatoti. Uet d(V»« Wltli IiOttSHU. tf»il| un- ol the Uet ot uuuotlnnti froe. Afl- fill. IH)\V'NlK{i, ' > i i" ifn 11 rrl ,

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