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THE AlliZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, MAST 24, 1901
EX-GOV. HOGG, "AND OTHERS."
ARE YOU GOING
THE TEJrlPE flATIOflflU BAK-
General Banking Business.
OFFICERS: C. a. Jonci, President; A. C, Oianne. Vlce-1'ret tdent; W. If. Wltbur, Caahler.
DIRECTORS: C.a. Jonei.A.C.Oxanne, J. W. Wolf, V. A. Bolton, M.K.Cmry.
ONLY ONE LEFT
We have only one each of the following machines left :
McCormick Binder, latest model, McCormlck Header, latest model,
Jackson Stacker, latest model,
W If you want one of these machine eum atonic.
Tempe Hardware and Supply Co.
T. n. Jones, Jeweler, will move Into
new quartern In the CUrry block nbont
"May 25. and will devote his entire time
to the jewelry and optical business.
MrH. Allison, mother of Mrs. SN?
Knoble, left for her home In Kansas.
Monday. She was accompanied as tar
as Phoenix by her daughter, Mr.
Knoble. She will upend the summer
there and probably return In the fall.
A. C. McQueen Is having- a large
barn built on his plncf south of Mtsa.
Sam Elan hns the contract for the
The Allison header commenced opsr
Oscar Crlsmon Is over from the new
railroad between Los Angele and Suit
ILake City, after 150 nun. lt ay. the
ronvpany shipped twenty-four from
Lob Angeles, paid their fare, but only
nine reached the camp. He thought he
could do "better In Arizona.
Robert T. Hill left for Thatcher.
Lri.. last night, where- he will meet
his wife a-nd will drive from there to
Clifton. Ariz., where he Is engaged In
A chain with keys on ft has been
picked up and left at this olllpf. The
pwner may call and Identify sanifr.
Mr. Haines, who resides north of
Phoenix, whs operated on this morn
ing for cancer on his lower lip by Dr.
Ollburt assisted' by Dr. Halley. The
cancer was young-, and It Is thought
ithnt the operation will be .ucwrsful In
removing that dreaded parasite on hu
Following are the missionary ap
polntments for Sunday next In the dif
ferent wards: Mesa, Dudley Jones,
avid H. Jones and Isaac Itogers:
lAlma, J. H. Rogers. AV. O. Phelps and
tP. T. Pomeroy: Lehl. n. F. Johnson.
3311 Openshaw and F. O. Opnshaw;
Sfephl, C. R. Hakes. Jr. .W. It. Mac
Donald, James W. Vance:" Papago. D.
C. Babbitt. G. M. Fryer itnd S. P..
IAN EXTENSIVE STOCK KAISER
TELLS HOW TO CURE SCQURS
Wm. 'Abbott, of Tlndale. S- Dak.,
quite an extensive stqck raises has for
n number of yeaTS used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy
rfor scours In calves and says he has
never known It Jo fall. He gives a
teaspoontul In water as directed on the
bottle for an adult man, after each op
eration of the bowels more than natu
ral. Usually one dose Is sufficient.
J"0r sale by all druggNts.
HUMOR OK THK RAY.
"Don't you think If I hRJ lived In the
days of old I -would have made a good
knight?" tvild the young -nan who had
teen talking ancient history from 8 to
11 p. m.
"I don't care what you would have
made then," wcsnrlly replied the young
Novels add Periodicals
Complete list or Mormon
Bicycles, Tires and
'Supplies at . . .
E T. POMEROY & CO.
uoceMor to Pomeroy A Met.
OODB BUILDINO, KESA.
NOW PREPARED to fill all orders
on short notice for Celebrated Dia
mond Brand Creamery Butter. Al
ways Fresh and Sweet.
Call at THE CENTRAL, LAND OFFICE . . . '
We hare choice Ranch and City property for tale. Make Loan and write Insurance.
Llit your property for late. I'lace you where you can make money in oil.
Tomllnaon 6k Wltidcs. Tempe, Ariz,
fl. J. PETERS,
Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and
All Kinds of Cereals.
Special Price on Large Contracts. Correspondence Solicited.
;THE TIE THAT BINDS
best is the Tie th.it is made by the
PLANO BINDER TWINE.
If you want it twine that will not kink or tangle, try Piano Bindery Twine.
Sou will find It at
Wilbar-Mullen Hardware Company
. ME3SA ABIZONA. '
lady, "but you might see whut kind of a
good night you can make right now."
Baltimore American. .
" 'Music Is the food of love' they pay."
"Yes. but that's ridiculous. My love
prefers Ice cream and ctike." Philadel
Yeast 'A company capitalized for $3.
000,000 has secured control of a moun
tain hear Deadwood. S. D nnd the men
Interested say It will be the richest cop
per mine In the wot Id.
Crlmsonbeak I don't thing there can
be a richer "copper" mine than the
Tenderloin In New York.
"That engagement of young Mr. Dol
ly and Miss Klttlsh Is broken off."
"What was the rause?"
"Oh, Dolly put his foot In It as umi.iI."
"He was trying to pay her a compli
ment and said she had been looking
real pretty the last few days." Detroit
Miss Florence Newman, who has been
a great sufferer from muscular rheu
matism, says Chamberlain's Pain Balm
Is the only remedy that affords her re
lief. Miss Newman Is a much respected
resident' of the village of Gray, N. Y
and makes this statement for the bene
fit of others similarly afflicted. This
liniment Is for sale by all druggists.
'MaeAlRTHlTR'S NEW CAMPAOIN.
Spread of Knowledge In American Hls-
Washington. May 23. Tangible evi
dence that General Mae-Arthur. Is pror
cutlhg an active campaign of edu-atlon
In the Philippines corner to the war de
partment In the shape of a number of
copies of a condensed "HItory of the
United States of America." which has
been published under the military gov
ernor's direction, and Is being scattered
broadcast for the enlightenment of the
i' liipino race.
The history, although necessarily 'on
denr.ed. Is every comprehensive. It Is
printed In loth English and Spanish In
alternate page.. The frontispiece Is a
map of the I'nlted States, nnd then fol
laws a presentation of facts concerning
the physical features of this nation, thp
repartition of the American colonies
from Great 'Britain, and Hip nation's
growth after Independence, both as to
territorial and Industrial development
The government it.sclf Is then taken
up and set forth In detail national.
state and local and the volume Is con
eluded with the full Uxts'of the consti
tution. Its amendments and thedeclara
tlon of Independence
The publication of this little volume
marks the first opportunity which Fili
pinos generally have had to actually
read for themselves the fundamental
laws of the United St.itei of America.
FOR SALE All kinds of Improved and
unimproved city and ranch property.
William P. Richardson.
TEMPE, 1 ARIZONA.
Phoenix, Tempe & Mesa, Stage.
Leaves Phoenix 8. 30a. m.
Return on yourown time.
rlDhon 204, Ofto.
L. W. COLLINS, Prop.
We sincerely hope that the stories
about ex-Governor Hogg of Texas,
which are floating ubout In the news
papers nre true.that he ha made
::.00,000 of dollars and l p.otng to start
a company to be capitalized at $10,
000.000. The ex-governor Is a picturesque fig
ure. Hut he l a long wny more than
that: n man big both of brain and
heart, who can distinguish betwixt
hawk and buzzard whichever way the
wind blows, and r.ln"e he went out of
ofnee. five or six yearn ago, has been
"rastlln roiin' for even," sometimes
here and sometimes there,
In ways that were honest
above 'board. Ho did play
i-'.lck on those Tammany
, open and
It kind o'
that Fourth of July. But, there war. no
money. Just lots of fun, In that, and the
way ho came It over the braves was
good for them and pleassd the boys Im
mensely. If the governor comes down
the homcptrerch as rich as Rockefeller
and Carnegie, he will simply add nn
other Illustration to the fact that this
Ir. a great country, free for all. and that
there are as many forunes yet hid In
the womb of time ns ever camu out
The conceit over which some editnje
exhibit a ghoulish glee, that because
the ex-governor has been a little pro
nounced In his oppotltlon. to trusts, he
Is committing a sin In Joining a corpo
ration, will cut no lee with discrimi
nating critic Even the Texan must
obey the economic laws that prevail
over the Investment of money. Not
alone the millionaires do In Rome as
the Romans do; and we presume that
Governor Hogg, finding himself In the
possession of money to burn, denies
himself the temptation to burn It, but.
Instead, puts It Into something that
will do a bit of good to himself along
with the rest and mayhap yield him a
profit. There Is not a poor laboring
man In the land who may not some day
make his pile, and who. If he does, will
not follow the examrle of the l)lg Texan
and place It where It will earn him the
best returns. The circumstance Is a
part of our peculiar structure as n na
tion and as a people.
In that semi-powerful, rather tedious
and brilliantly written novel, "The Oc
topus," we have portrayed at great
length and with Infinite detail the ex
perience of a neighborhood of wheat
growers In the San Joaquin valley of
Callfornlu with the Southern Pacific
railway. 'Much of this ftct'on Is history.
The company, with Huntington at If.
head, was an octopus. Its ex
actions were prodigious, In many cases
ruinous Its methods were corrupt.
Its power grew to be Absolute. The
lancheis, driven to the wall, finally re
solved to organize n. league In self d?
fense. The htory o'i how thin league
felt that to carry Its point It must re
sort to the rarae unscrupulous practices
pursued by the railway; how It was
completely beaten at Its own game by
the managers of the railway, and how
In the result, when the cruel test was
reached. It fell to pieces, ending In a
woeful tragedy, l? en e'er true tale of
the Incapacity and perfidy of man. of
the power and resourcefulness of cor
porations. Here Is a suggestive pas
sage. Presley, a ioet. a kind of chorun
of the piece, goes to make nn appeal
and protest to Shelgrlm Huntington
tne president of the road. We quote
"Presley spread out his hands with a
helpless, resigned gesture.
" 'And,' continued the president of
the P. and S. W.. with grave Intensity,
looking at Presley keenly, I suppose
you believe I am a grand old ra.val.'
" 'I believe.' answered Presley, 'O I
am persuaded "
He her-ltated In searching for his
" 'Believe this, young man.' exclaimed
Shelgrlm, laying a thick powerful fore
finger on (he table to emphasize his
words, 'try to believe trls to begin
with that railroads build themselves.
When there Is a demand sconer or later
there will be a s.upply. Mr. Derrick,
does he grotv his wheat? The wheat
grows Itself. "What does he count for?
Doer, he supply the force? What do I
count for? Do I build the railroads?
You are dealing with forces, young
man, when you speak of wheat and
railroads, not with men. There Is the
wheat, the supply. It must be carried
to feed the people. There Is the de
mand. The wheat Is one force, the
railroad another, and thie Is the law
that governs them supply and de
mand. Men have enly little to do In
I the whole business. Complications may
arise, condltlons.th.lt bear hard on the
Individual crush him maybe but the
wheat will be carried to feed the people
us inevitably as It will grow. If you
wjnt to fasten the blame of the affairs
at Los Muertos on any one person, you
will make a mistake. Blame conditions,
" 'But but.' faltered Presley, 'you
are the head, you control the road.'
" 'You are a very young man. Con
trol the rondl Can I stop It? I can go
Into bankruptcy If you like. But other
wise If I run my road as a business'
proposition, I can do nothing. I cannot
control It. It Is force born -out of cer
tain conditions, and I jio man can
stop or control It. Can your Mr. Der
rick stop the wheat growing? He enn
burn his crc.). or he can give it away
or sell It for a cent a bufhel Just as I
could go Into bankruptcy but other
wise his wheat must grow. Can any
one stop the wheat? Well, then, no
more can I stop the road.' "
Capital combines for its own, protec
tion. Ditto labor. Neither can dis
pense with the other. Here, as every
where else In life .the principle of bear
and forbeariof.llfe, and let llveiof fair
wages for honest work ever dominated
by the law of supply and demand sits
enthroned as a Just Judga; and when
ever the decrees of this Just Judge are
sot aside, harm follows, and harm to
all parties concerned. After every dis
agreement big and little, the parties to
It must come back to the point where
they started. Sometimes one party Is
wrong, sometimes the other whichever
Is excessive In Us demands, exacting in
Its temper and oppressive In Its meth
odsIs wrong; because, these things
nre progressive; exaction begets pas
sion and passion begets Intolerance;
and Intolerance Is the fruitful lource of
despotism and outrage, proportioned In
their cruelty only by their opportuni
ties to drag down the strong and to
despoil the weak. And out of this
whirlpool of conflicting, often mistaken,
Interests, of maddened agitation and
uneasonlng clamor, of brutality and ig
norance, must soon, or late. Issue the
Inevitable concession somewhere; In
too many cases only after force has ox-
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This is the Smallest I
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hrger met, 1 1 'jffflilpi K yoof ielltf I
haunted ItRelt and crimes past mending
huve blackened the page.
Yet from the lowest of these ele
ments have sprung, nre springing every
day, some of our greatest men. Genius
cannot be bid. Superior manhood can
not be repremed. The malcontents are
of two "lasses the misplaced Incapable
who falls because he cannot do a man's
part, and the professional agitator, who
make a good living stirring up strife.
Far too many of the latter are lor sale.
But, as time advances and the world
learn Its Ie.on better, there is the
prospstt that the labor organizations
will become as responsible as the or
ganizations of capital : that the labor
leaders will be as sngacloiiF. nnd as un
pUrchasable as other agents, political
and fiscal, and that, ultimately, some
balance will be struck between the
forces of capital and labor, respectively,
as will, under our nystem. of disentail
and our boneflclent distribution of
wealth create a fixed policy, alike ben
eficent to both.
Impatient i-oclallsm -with Its vision
ary remedies may chafe and fret. An
archlsm may conspire and slay. Dem
agogues' may paw the air. But the
w'Orld move!'; It Is surely moving on
ward nnd upward: and though we who
live today may not live to see It, the
day will come when capital nnd labor
have pooled their lsues and agreed
upon the live and let live principle, ad
Justed to meet the needs of all.
Meanwhile, good luck to ex-Governor
Hogg, and may his company employ a
million of Texans, and pay every one of
them living wages! Henry Watterson
In Louisville Courier Journal.
If troubled -wnn rheumatism, give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent If It does no
good, It also cures sprains and bruis
es In eno-thlrd the time required by
any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frost
bites, qulnsey, pains In the side and
chest, glandular and other swellings
are quickly cureC by applying it. Ev
ery bottle warranted. Price 25 and 50
cents. All druggists.
PRACTICAL ADVERTISING TALKS.
Maybe you have got the whole thing
upside down, wrong end to, and Inside
Such things do happen.
And that Is the reason for the fre
quent discovery that advertising Is a
graft which prove profitable only to
You say you have advertised gilt
edged, seasonable goods at prices away
below par and yet they didn't sell.
You therefore assume that people do
not read the advertisements.
You don't allow yourself to believe
that the public questions your veracity.
But the fact remains that people are
very much alike the world over and you
yourself would shy at the announce
ments of the new advertiser who offers
everything for half price nnd who poses
as a IM-carat philanthropist.
The way to get nn nvalaiichc of bus
iness by offering .i two-dollar article
for one dollar Is to first convince the
people that, under ordinary circum
stances, the article la worth two dol
lars. And the way to convince them Is to
make haste slowly.
Tell about your buyer's experience
Tell about your store and your clerks
and your cash discounts, etc.
Guarantee everything you sell nnd
put the guarantee In such a brand of
language that people won't think you
Advertise In every Issue of the paper.
In due time your assuranee will carry
n good deal of weight.
There is too much cheap, cheaper.
cheapest talk In modern advertising.
The merchant who tells people that
he carries? high prjeed goods largely,
but that he also hail a good line of In
expensive goods, Is likely to sell as
many cheap goods as the other mer
chant who makes n specialty of belne
In New York there Is an exceedingly
prosperous furniture dealer who usu
ally exhibits very high priced goods In
A recent exhibit Included a be.l bear
ing an $850 price card.
It attracted n great deal of attention.
A few days later the windows weie
filled with very chenp furniture.
The result Is that this dealer con
vince? a great many people that a
high priced store Is a good place to
go for cheap goods.
The cheap goods seem more reliable
when they come from a dealer who Is
also engaged In jelling costly goods to
Moral Appeal to others In the man
ner that others could appeal to you.
Copyright, 1901, by Hollls Corbln.
Paris burns the vood of '1,000 acres' of
forest a week.
THE MOUNTAIN SHEEP.
Deputy Game Warden George Fra
vert has been having a very hard chase
for the Italian who shot the mountain
sheep which Is being mounted at Mal
lery & Yewell's In this city. He was,
called to the mines of Coal basin three
days ago and was told that a certain
Italian was reeii to !.hoot a large moun
tain sheep. The superintendent of the
mine and many of the miners took the
ma'ttcr up for the laW and threatened
trouble for the fellow nnd he got out.
In the meantime the address of Dep
uty Game Warden Fravert was se
cured and he was sent for.
When he nrrlved In camp he found
things In. nn uproar nnd the Italian
community very much excited. It
seemed to him that both sides- were up
In nrms, but the man he came for, who
hnd shot the sheep, had "hit the road,"
He mnde an Inves-tlgatlon and he found
that It had 'been the practice of the It
alian part of the camp. to kill the moun
tain sheep that roam In bunches about
the cliffs of that country. He found
the hide of one In the creek.
Mr. Fravert set nbou: getting evi
dence agains-t the fellow and he found
that he could make It hot for the whole
camp. He says that there ,are hun
dreds of mountain sheep In that neigh
borhood and that the coal company
are doing all they can to protect them,
but the Italians have no regard for the
law In this matter. This is the second
visit he has made. Glenwood Ava
lanche. "In Boston there tire more Irish than
"Yes; that's where Bostonians get
their Yankee wit." Chic igo Ilecord
Heiald. Says Brother Dickey: "Din ol' world
Is rollln' ?o clost ter de next one tint
hit's glttln uncomfortable warm fer
some er us."-Atlanta Constitution.
A VERY REMARKABLE REMEDY.
"It Is with a good deal of pleasure
and satisfaction that I recommend
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. W.
Sawtelle of Hartford. Conn. "A lady'
customer, seeing the remedy exposed
for sale on my show case, said to me:
'I really believe that n.edlcine saved my
life the post summer while at the
shore,' and she became so enthusiastic
over Its merits that I at once made up
my mind to recommend It In theuture.
Recently a gentleman came Into my
store so overcome with colic pains that
he sank at once to the floor. I gave
him a dose of this remedy, which helped
him. I rpest'-d the dose, and In fifteen
minutes he left my store, smilingly In
forming me that he felt as well as
ever." Sold bv all druggists.
Cards of thanks, notice, pertaining
to organization, and societies, church
fair, or social., will not be printed In
The 'Republican except when paid for.
TAKE THE SHORT LINE TO THE
Beginning Thursday, May 16th, the
Maricopa & Phoenix railroad will sell
tickets to Southern California seaside
resorts at $25.93 round trip, good for
ninety days. Tickets will be on sale
every Thursday hereafter. Remember
you can eat your supper In Phoenix
and your dinner In Los Angeles. Two
hundred miles shortest route. Cross
desert at night. For further Informa
tion call on or address.
M. O. BICKNELL.
G. P. A.
If you go to California this summer
buy your ticket to Coronodo Beach.
You will hear about It everywhere In
California and will want to go. Round
trip $25.95. Allows stop at Los An
geles. SEA SIDE EXCURSIONS-SANTA
FE ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.
Commencing Thursday, May 16th we
will each Thursday sell round trip
tickets 'to Los Angeles, San Diego,
Santa Monica and southern California
beaches, at rate of $25.95; final limit
Ours Is a cool, comfortable line. You
will enjoy traveling over It. Do not
forget the Harvey Eating House, for
which the Santa Fe route has become
For Information and Pullman reser
vations, call at ticket office, 44 West
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
SANTA FB CHICAGO-CALIFORNIA
LIMITED TRAINS. '
These are not "century runs,'
but a "dally service" connecting
directly with 8. F. P. & P. trains at
Ah Fork for Denver, Kansas City,
Chicago, New York and all principal
cities east. Also Los Angeles, San
Francisco, Portland and Pacific coast
points. L. K. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
TO ALL CONCERNED,
Commencing Thursday, April 23th,1
train No. 1 Will leave BIsbee at 7:00 a.
m., Falrbank at 8:13 a. m., arriving at
Benson at 8:50 a. m. No. 2 will leave
Benson at 11:00 a. m., -Falrbank at 11:27
a. m., arriving at BIsbee at 1 p. m.
Train No. 3 will leave BIsbee nt 1:30
p. m. for Douglas, arriving at Douglas
at 2:30 p. m. The return train, No. A,
will leave Douglas at 3 p. m., arriving
at BIsbee at i p. rn.
Time Pacific Standard.
These trains will carry passengers,
mall and express only.
V. P.. STILES,
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agent.
R. C. MORGAN, Superintendent.
WEEKLY EXCURSION TO
Commencing Saturday, May ISth, and
every Saturday thereafter to and In
cluding August 31st, 1901, we will sell
excursion tickets to Prescott at $9.00
for the round trip. Limit CO days, per
mitting no stop-over.
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
BUY THE WAY!
On second thought would suggest that
you only buy a ticket, for you will bo
as courteously treated, and It Is less
expensive. It don't matter where you
are going, the Southern Pacific lines
will give you the best service and the
quickest time. For our CUT rates to
Los Angeles nnd San Francisco, ns well
as eastern points, you must make In
quiry of agents and
M. O. BICKNELL,
G. P. A., M. & P. & S. R. V. R. R.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup ha.
been used for children teething. It
soothe the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cure wind colic, and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
SAN FRANCISCO SUMMER EXCUR
SIONS SANTA FE ROUTE.
On Thursday, May I6th, and weekly
thereafter, we will sell round trip 90
day tickets to San Francisco at rate
No deserts to cross, no tedious wait
ing for connections, and good things to
eat at Harvey's Eating Houses when
you travel on this line.
Remember this and call at our city
ticket office, 44 West Washington
street for detailed Information.
L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
SANTA FE GRAND CANYON EX
CURSIONS. We will sell 60-day excursion tickets
to the Grand canyon every Tuesday at
fare of $23.10. Weather In that section
Is now most delightful.
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
STANDARD IRON WORKS
Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings
STRUCTURAL IRON AND 8TBEL CONTRACTORS.
Second' Hand Machinery Bought and Sold. Postofflce Box 4J
THE VALLEY LUMBER CO,
Jobbers and Dealer. In Redwood, Oregon Pine and Arizona Lmmbee,
Door, sash, Blind, and Mouldings, Cement and Lime.
Corner Center and Madison .treeta. Telephone L
P. CORPSTEIN, Manager,
Ring up Telephone 68.
Or call at tt North Center street when wantlnc axjmethin ate.
to drink. We ar. headquarter, for the beat In our II n. and sol
agent, for Pabst, Lemp. and U. San Franclsoo breweries, Ltd., 'Jum
of th. bMt brewerle. oa earth.
T. W. CHAMBERLAIN LUMBER CO.
.Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings,
Building Material?, Boxes, Etc.
Offlc.andlajrd Oora.r Buond Av.au. and Jackson Itra.t,
THEN TAKE THE
Piedmont Air Line
Tri-weekly personally con
ducrea excursions with through
cars MARICOPA to WASH
Inquire M. O. Blcknell, G. P. A., Mar
icopa & Phoenix & Salt River Valley
R. It., or. write A. M. Barnum, T. P.
A.. Piedmont Air Line. 207 W. ThVd
St.. Los Angelea, Cat.
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The Short and
Only Scenic Route to tub
X riltST CLASH LINE TO
Texas and Old Mexico
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resort fur people In tula section.
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