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I A NEW TRIUMPH IN DIP MAKING I
DOUBlt TNCNOTH. LOW COST. 1
' I V-yoN'PoieoNOua r
Absolutely (tee from anr etude eubtlance.
! Contains no tar oils. Infallible In curaUse
effect. No Injury to sheep or wol. Requires
no addition besides water, Noiedtment. No
Hlrrlnr. Mliei with cold water whether hard,
brackish, alkali or aally
IT USE PEWUHUD In all OtTICUL DIPPIMCI
CUWtS aUNOE and IICE OH CATTLE OR HOC
MUCH CHEAPER THIN TOBACCO AND CRUDE
NO DEARER THAN LIME AND SULPHUR
Igal.aakes 120 call forScab. official tlrenith
or WO jail, lor tlcka, lice, etc.
1 a1 Can 1.7J, gal Can S.SO. to ial. bil. 75.CC
VTItlM. COOPER k NEPHEWS
order or roun merchant or wmt
Or.8. D.CILLETT, Conoral Agent
716 SIXTH AVC, SALT LAKE Cllf, UTAH.
It's About Time Now
To begin tblclfng of (ellins tome food piece of
Jewelry for tie holidays. Oor lines are now
complete, ao write at once.
- BTMAIH St
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Fine Rcpairiaf, Watch and Jewelry.
SHOULD HAVE SLEEP OUT.
Writer Object to Custom of Arousing.
I Children Early. '
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, writing of
Sleep in tho American Magazine, criti
cizes boarding schools sharply for cot
tins young pooplo up too early In the
rooming. Ho says: "A baby or young
I child should havo absolutely every
I minute of sleep that It can bo Induced
I to take, and sleeplessness Is oven
more emphatically a sign of disease In
children than In adults. Tho necessity
and capacity for largo amounts of re
freshing sleep persists up to adult llfo
and tho amount required seldom falls
below ten hours before tho eighteenth
or twentieth year. To mako children
or rapidly growing young adults got
up befqro they have Jtad tholr sleop
out. and feel tEoftJuglilJestod, Is not
merely, irratldnal but cruel, and when
It Is dono as a routine practice at
boarding schools, or other Institutions,
by thoso who pretend to be fitted to
havo tho caro of children It is littlo
3hort of criminal."
On Girl's View of Beauty. '
"Beauty In some ways Is a handi
cap," sbo said, slowly, "Do you know,
Jerry, that It scorns to mo almost as
humiliating to bo loved for one's
beauty as for one's money. And it
fives false values for a short time.
Honey, after all, doesn't vanish like
sac's good looks, with years. How Is
ono to know what ono will have left
I when ono'a beauty goes?" Thu Cen-
I A Noble Idea.
Just to bo good, to keep llfo puro
from degrading cloments, to make It
constantly holpful In little way to
thoso who aro touched by It. to keep
ono'a spirit always sweet and avoid
all manner of petty anger and Irrit
ability that Is an Idea as noble as It
Is difficult. Edward Howard Griggs.
One Cause of Drowning.
Renewed attention has been called
to the probable explanation of many
cases of drowning that was somo
years-ago advanced by Dr. Lowrlo, a
British physician, us a result of his
own experience. Aftor cycling on a
hot day, ho took a swim In cold water,
and was soon seized with headache,
dizziness nnd drowsiness, while mus-
Icular effort beenma feeblo and slug
gish. In many similar ensog, ho be
lieves, tho swimmer loses conscious
ness or faints from cerebral anemia.
If thcro is no help near, tho result Ib
another drowning accident, and the
report of It will probably state that
tho victim "was seized with cramps
nnd sank." Swimming in c!d water
is dangerous If tho circulation Is weak
ened from any cause, especially aftor
a fast of soveral hours, r if thcro la
any heart troublo.
An Edible Seaweed.
Dulse Is moro frequently eaten than
any other seaweed. It Is usually dried
and eaten raw. In the Mediterranean,
where tho plant Is common, It Is cook
ed, and la a chief Ingredient In Soyor's
famous St Patrick's soup.
Busy British Bees.
Tho nvorage weight of honoy taken
from an English hlvo annual! ' 60
pounds. This Is double th rago
product from American ' hives.
Tho record taken from hlvo Is
1.000 pounds, from a sick of Cyp--rians.
Chinese Doctor1 Medicine.
rhe. Chinese doctor believer In giv
ing "llko for like," that Is, poison for
poison, nnd thus Inclining In his prac
tice almost ovory eloment known to.
nature. Ills medicine Is far-reaching.
SALAD WITH THE MEAT.
Combination That Will Be Pronounced
Bhrod finely half a small head or
crisp, tender cabbago and a crisp cu
cumber, an onion, two Buect peppers;
exclude, tho seeds and compartments
whero seeds rest; a stalk of celery,
all shredded and mixed. Uho tho ac
companying mayonnaise Ono cup
sweet milk, ono teaspoon granulated
sugar, n dash of cnyenno and thlto
pepper; thicken when nt boiling point
with a heaped tablespoon of corn
starch; when cooked, rcmovo from the
flra. Add ono tublcsimon olive oil,
ono tablespoon good butter, ono table
spoonful any favoilto Balnd dressing,
nnd two tablespoons lemon Jutco or
best cldor vinegar. Salt to taste. Keep
on Ico until served. I'laco a sllco of
tomato on top of each platu and your
mayonnaise over all.
COFFEE FRAPPE IS GOOD.
Necessitates Only a Little Work with
Prcpnro a pint of strong, black cof
feo; boll granulated sugar with enough
water to dissolve It until It utmost
strings, add this to tho coffee nnd
placo tbo mlxturo In n freezer. The
amount of sugar must vary according
to your taste,; It should bo Bwoetencd
to about tho tamo point that you llko
hroakfast coffeoj no more. Turn tho
dasher of tho freezer first to right then
to tho loft, alternating tho movement
and scraping down tho mixture from
tho sldo of tho freezer as It begins to
harden. When it looks like rock crys
tal, that Is, semi-transparent nnd show
ing littlo sharp points, heap In glasses
nnd servo Immediately with very thin
wafers that aro not too sweet.
For a Back Porch Shade.
A slmplo and Inexpensive shado fur
tho summer porch, or for a window,
may bo mado by using Japancso mat
ting, cut in tho required length and
bound at each end with a piece of
strong cotton goods. To roll tho
screen up tako two pieces of heavy
string or cord about threo times as
long as the matting; tack the end of
each string about two Inches abovo
tho sbado and about a foot from tho
edgo; let tho string conio down bo- I
hind tho matting and up In front of
It, nnd draw through an ordinary mat
ting tack placed Just bc'sldo tho first
ono. This slmplo device will keep
tho porch cool and nerve to darken
any specially sunny window In tho
house. Good matting for this pur
pose may be bought for 10 to 12
cents a yard.
Set to boll ono cup of canned, shred
ded pineapple, ono cup of water, one
half cup of sugar. Wet threo table
spoonfuls of cornstarch with threo
tablespoonfuls of cold wator. Stir this
into tho boiling plncapplo syrup and
boll flvo minutes. Tako from tho fire
and cool one minute. Iieat tho whites
of threo eggs, fairly stiff, and then
beat Into tho boiling mlxturo for two '
oj threo minutes, Pour Into a mold !
andlet lo'cool.' ServoToid with bolTed"
custard sauco mado as follows: Pour
two cups of boiling milk on tho beaten
yolks of threo eggs and three table
spoonfuls of sugar. Cook In a doublo
boiler until as thick nnd smooth as
cream. Cool and flavor with ono tea
spoonful of vanilla.
To Wash Greasy Flannels.
Tho best way to wash greasy flan
nels Is to soak them for half an hour
In soapy water. Tho wator Bhould
cover the garment and should not bo
allowed to got cold while tho flannols '
ro soaking. Add a good quantity of 1
ammonia to tho soapy water and placo !
a cover over tho tub or recoptacla
whero tho flannols nro soaking. Wash
In a second fresh lather und then rinse
To ono cup of sugar add one-halt
cup of butter, ono egg, beaten; ono
hnlf cup of sour milk; one-halt tea
spoon baking soda; one-half teaspoon
baking powder; ono-halt teaspoon cln
nnmon; ono-hnlf cup chopped raisins;
a littlo nutmeg; ono-halt cup chopped
English walnuts, and two nnd one-half
nips of Hour, Roll out thin. Ilnko
One cup sugar, threo " .mspoons
shortening, two-thirds cup ...k, three
fourths cup grated chocso, ono egg.
Hour to roll (about two cups, but
flour differs); ono teaspoon bak
ing powder. Itoll very thin nnd
bnko In qutto a quick oven. Watch
carefully as they burn easily, Nice
To mako Junket, heat halt a pint nt
new milk to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Add a grntlng of nutmeg and a quar
ter of a Junkot tablet dissolved In a
tnblcspoonful of water. Mix nnd turn
at onca Into a littlo cup. Allow It to
"set" and then placo In a cold place.
Servo with a littlo cream.
Grape Juice Punch.
Mako a pint of strong lemonade,
sweetening with boiled sugar-and-wa-tor
syrup. When cold add a quart of
bottled grapo Julco and pour over a
block of Ico in a bowl; add bits of
sliced orango, lomon and plncapplo
Tako ono pound of good American
.-heeso, wot It with a cupful of ale,
put It in tho pan over tho Are, melt
And work smooth nnd creamy by con
stant stirring. Add u generous dash
of cayenne and pour over hot toast
and on tho top of each ploco lay a
thin crisp sllco of bacon.
HERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR.
Thousands of Soldiers Cont cted
Chronic Kidney Trouble Whl
In the Service.
The expcrlenco of Capt. John L. Ely.
of Co. E, 17th Ohio, now living nt 600
East Second street, Newton, Kansas,
twill Interest tho thou
sands of veterans who
enmo back from tbo
Civil War sulTorlng tor
tures with kidney com
plaint. Capt. Ely says:
"I cdntrnctcd kldnoy
troublo during tho
Civil War, and tho oc
casional attacks final
ly dovcloped Into n
chronics caso. At ono tlmo I had to uso
a crutch and cano to get about My
back was lama and weak, and besides
tho aching, thcro wns n distressing
retention of tho kidney secretions. I
wns In a bad way when I began UBing
Doan's Kidney Pills In 1901, but tho
remedy cured me, and I havo boon
well ever since."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents n box.
FoBtcr-Mllburn Co., IJuffnlo, N. Y.
WHY HE WANTED LAW.
Man Had to Be Forced Into Paths of
Congressman James E. Watson of
tho Sixth Indiana district told a story
while In town recently, ancnt tho op
eration of tho puro food law, and In.
tended to lllustrato his expressed
theory that moro pooplo would bo
good If they hnd to be.
"It was while wo woro wrestling
with tho puro food bill at Washing
ton," ho said, "that I got a letter from
home, written by n man from whom I
bought a big quantity of maple sirup
each year. Ho urged mo to fight for
the puro food bill. Now, I couldn't
help remembering, to savo my lite,
that this man bought flvo barrels of
brown sugar at tho opening of tho
maplo molasses season. So I wroto
blm a noto suggesting that advocacy
of a puro food mcasuro seemed odd
from n man who bought five barrols
of brown sugar boforo beginning tho
manufacture of his puro maplo sirup.
"Never fcazed him. Ho turned my
letter over und wroto on tho back; 'I
know It, but I want tho law to mako
tqo do right' " IndlanapollB News.
A Little Courtship Comedy.
A good-looking, well-to-do bachelor
of Manchester was being teased by
soma young women of his acquaint
ance for not being married. Ho said:
"I'll marry the ono of you whom on a
Bccrct voto you elect to bo my wife."
Thero wcro nlno women in tho com
pany. Each ono went Into n comer
nnd used great caution in preparing
her ballot and disguised her handwrit
ing. The result wob that thcro woro nlno
vqtcs caBt, each receiving ono. Tho
man rcmnlnB a bachelor, tho friend
ship Is broken up, nnd tho women, all
mortal enemies, united In the ono de
termination that they will not speak to
tho man again. The Tatler.
He Set a Date.
A merchant In n Wisconsin town
who had a Swedish clerk sent him out
to do somo collecting. When ho re
turned from an unsuccessful trip ho
"Ylm Yonson say ho vill pay ven ho
soils his hogs. Ylm Olcsen, ho vlll pay
ven ho sell him wheat, and 13111 Pack
say ho vlll pay In Yanuary."
"Well." said tho boss, "that's tho
first time Dill ever set a datp to pay.
Did ho really say ho would pay In
"Veil, ayo tank so," said tho clerk.
"Ho say dat It ban a dam cold day vcu
you get that money. I tank that ban
la Yanuary." Harper's Weekly.
Tho American contractor stood at
the bnso of tho great pyramid and
looked at tbo venerable monument In
"It's a big pile, nil right," ho sold;
"and it may do well enough for Egypt
but It a man In tho United States
should turn out a Job of stone work
llko that tho papers would roast hint
from Hobokon to Hcgowlsch."
Turning away disappointed, he con
soled himself by taklnr; n rldo on a
enmol, which animal ho I.tund fully up
to all tbo descriptions bo had read of
A Trained Nurse Made Discovery.
No ono is in bettor position to know
tho vnluo of food and drink than a
Speaking of coffee, n nurso of Wilkes
Darro, Pa., writes: "I usod to drink
strong cofTeo myself, and suffered
greatly from hoadaches and Indiges
tion. Whllo on a visit to my brothon.
I had a .good chanco to try Postum
Food Coffeo, or they drank It alto
gether In plnco of ordinary coffeo. In
two weoks after using Postum I found
I wns much bonoflted and finally my
headaches disappeared nnd also the
"Naturally I havo slnco used Postum
among my patients, anil havo noticed
a marked benefit whero coffee has been
left oft and Postum used.
"I observed a curious fact about
Postum when used among mothers. It
greatly helps tho flow of milk In casi 3
whero coffeo Is Inclined to dry It up,
and whore tea causes nervousness.
"I find troublo In getting servants to
mako Postum properly. They most ,
always servo it before It has beon
boiled long enough. It should be boiled
15 to 20 minutes after boiling begins
and served with cream, when it is cer
tainly a delicious beverage." Head
"Tho Koad to Wellvlllo" In pkgs.
"There's a lteason." I
"GONE TO THE DEVIL."
London Inn Responsible for Origin of
Tho old Inns of England haver been
responsible for tho origin of mnny
common sayings. An InBtanco ot this
is tho proverbial phraeo "Ho has
gono to tho dovil." On Fleet street,
London, near Temple Har, wns onco a
tavern which was known by tho strict
ly old fnBhloncd namo, "Tho Devil anil
Saint Dunatan." It was famous for Its
good dinners and excellent wines, nnd
received a largo patronngo from tho
lawyers of Temple Uar.
It was familiarly known as "Tho
Dovll," and when n lawyer left his
ofllco to go thcro bo usually left a no
tlco on his door, "Gono to tho Dovll."
Thcro were somo who patronized tho
tavern to tho neglect of their business,
and the notlco wns so regularly exhib
ited on their doors that it llnnlly came
to bo usdd to characterize tho man
who was losing his grip nnd going to
destruction. Tho Sunday Magazine.
THREE BOYS HAD ECZEMA.
Were Treated at Dispensary Did Not
Improve Suffered Five Month
Perfect Curo by Cutlcura.
"My WrWo children had eczema for
fho'montbs. A littlo soro would np
poar on tho head and seemed very
Itchy, Increasing dny after day. Tho
baby had had it about a. week when
tho second boy took tho dlscnso nnd
a fow sores dovcloped, then tho third
boy took It For tho first threo months
I took them to tha N Dispensary,
but they did not seem to Improve.
Then I used Cutlcura Soap and Cut!
cura, .Qlntment and In n fow weeks
they had Improved, and when their
heads woro well you could sco nothing
of tho sores. Mrs. Knto Kcltn, C13
West 29th St, New York, N. Y., Nov.
1, B and 7, 1900."
Nicknames for War Vessels.
Wo had a ship called tho Muriel,
says tho Now York Press, ond tho
snilors promptly dubbed her tbo Mer
ry Hell. Tho Georgia, as ovcryono
knows, Is tho Jaw-Jaw. Tho Pennsyl
vania Is tho Hilly Penn. Tho Kcarsargo
Is tho Cuss-Ago. Tho Washington Is
Papa Gcorgo, and, singularly enough,
Is commanded by John Adams. Tho
Indiana Is Itcd Annlo. Tho Terror Is
tho Tear Her. Tho Clovelnnd Is Oro
vor. Tho Dob Moines Is Tho Mlno.
Tbo Oalvcston la Shlrtwnlst n clever
hit Tho Amphltrlto Is tho Amplo
Tight Tho Solnco Is tho Ono Ace.
Tho two young women, who had not
met for n long tlmo, embraced each
other with much fervor.
"How's this, Koto? I hear you havo
gono nnd married a rich widower. Is
ho much older than you?"
"Well, there's conslderablo differ
oncHbetwocn our ages, Clara. In fact,
ho's a war veteran."
"Oh, no; ho wasn't In that"
"Civil war, then, of course"
"No or Mcxlcnn."
What the Poet 8 ayo.
After their honeymoon to Niagara
Falls they camo back and Bottled on
tho old farm.
"Gracious, Slid" said Cynthia. "Why
nro you In such n bad humor?"
"Making butter Is blamed hnrd
work," Bramble! Slle, removing tho
toads from his brow,
"Oh, cheer up, Silo. Don't tho poet
Bay that It Is 'lovo that makes the
world go round'?"
"Yes, but by gosh, It don't mako the
churn go round."
Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
r-r local epnllceUons. i Uirr cuaA teach the dl
eased portion of the ear. Then la only uae way to
cureueafness.aad thai tlbr constitutions! reuieillet.
Uesrness la cauMd by art (unsined cunaltl a ut tba
laacoaa lining or the I.mUctiKn Tot Wnentliii
tab is Innemed yuanataa ramtillos sound or Im
perfect bearing, and when It ti entirely el jd, Deaf.
mm Is the result, and usles the Inflammation caa ba
taken out and this tub restored to Us normal condi
tion, hearlos -will to destroyed fjref eri nine ca.es
putoj ten art caused by Catarrh, which Is noibla
but an Inflamed condition or th mueoua surfaces.
H will clr On Hundred llollsrs for aor cast ot
pernts (caused br catarrh) that caonot t cured
Ijr llall'a Catanb Cur, hind for circulars, f re.
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Sold br nrurclits. Mo.
Take Hall's V.iullj rule f ur cousUpeUoa.
Dutch at Home and Abroad.
Holland has n population of only C,
000,000, but thero uro 0,000.000of poo
plo in tho Dutch East and West In
dloB. The Dutch are not nt present
much addicted to emigration. In tho
Unltod 8tntos, at tho tlmo of tho last
censoa. .there woro only 105,000 per
sons of.J3utch birth. Tbo number of
Nethorlandors In tho Dutch East In
dies is barely 12,000.
Product of the Lowly Hen.
Washington's monument Is 6SS feet
high- Tha eggs shipped from CO coun
tlos In this statu, leaving 01 yet to
hear from, If placed end on end would
build a monument 221.882 times higher
than tho Washington shaft Kansas
JOKE ON THE CONGRESSMAN.
Walter Drew Wrong Inference from
A Georgia congressman gleefully
tells ot an expcrlenco during his last
visit to Now York.
Tho representative had put up nt on
American-plan hotel. When, upon sit
ting down nt dinner tho first evening
of his stay, tho waller obsequiously
hnnded him n bill of faro, tho con
gressman tossed It aside, slipped tho
waiter a dollar bill, and said, "llrlng
mo a good dlunor."
Tho dinner proving satisfactory, tho
Bouthorn member pursued this plan
during his entlro stay In Now York.
As tho last tip was given, ho men- I
tloned that ho was about to roturn to i
Whereupon, tho waiter, with an ex
pression of great earnestness, said:
"Well, sir, when you or nny of your
friends that cnu't rend come to New
York, Just ask for Dick." Harper's
TRAGEDY OF A DROADWAY CAR.
Truly It Is "Everybody for Himself" In
Thero wcro six In tho seat of tho
Droadwny surfacu car, which was too
many. Howevor, everybody who board
ed tho car scorned to tako n fancy to
that particular scat so some wero nlso
standing. A very small man sat
crouched on tho end seat, n pretty girl
next to him. Tho small man seemed
to bo very restless, and no wondor,
for all tho rcBt wcro pushing tho pret
ty girl, who necessarily pushed him In
a way that scorned to Infer thnt his
room was better than his company. At
longth, unnblo to enduro It any longer,
ho all at onco shoved his shoulder
under tho roll nnd fell out, apparently.
"Mercy!" screamed n nervous pas
senger, "has ho committed sulcldo?"
"I don't know," answorcd tho pretty
girl, "but, anyway, I'vo got tho end
teat" N. Y. Press.
The Peaceful Joy of tho River.
An ingenious Spaniard says that
"rivers and tho Inhabitants of tho wa
tery element wero mado for wlso mon
to contemplate nnd fools to pass by
without consideration." And though
I will not rnnk mysolf in tho number
ot tho first J'ct glvo mo Icnvo to froo
myself from tho last, by offering to
you a short contemplation, first of riv
ers, nnd then of flsh; concerning
which I doubt not but to glvo you
mnny observations thnt will nppoar
vory conslderablo; I am suro they havo
nppcarcd so to me, and mado many an
hour pass away more pleasantly, as I
havo sat quietly on a flowery bank by
n calm river. Isaac Walton.
Important to Mothtrs.
Emmlse carefully erery bottle ot CASTOTtIA,
faM sure rcmuly for InlanU soil children,
sad a that It
Heart th '' itf-fi
la Uso For Orcr. 30 Years.
Tbo Kind Yon Uare Alnajs Uouut
And It's easy to advcrtlso tho fact
that you nro a fool. All you havo to
do Is boast publicly of your wisdom.
Mr. AYInelnw'a Knolhlna; Syrup.
Vor children teething-, softens th arurss, redue ta
A roan can do no wrong aftor tho
undortakor gets htm.
MR. JOHNSON NOT TO OLAMt.
Good Old Lady Understood How th fl
Thcro Is n good old lady who cannot H
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On Thnnksglvlng day sho told tho H
colored man who did chores about tho H
place that ho might go Into tho barn- H
yard nnd help himself to a chicken.
Tho man obeyed with alacrity and was H
most profuse In his thnnks. jH
In tho cuursn of n few days tho
lady's husband Informed her that on
Thanksgiving day neighbors had seen H
Mr. Johnson selzo two choice hens jH
from tho H
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evt-r, yiolds quickly to Ijydlo 12, 1'InU- IJ3S?SfK i3f lvTOft: ssasai
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Htonco tiison tho organ nflllcU-il and ,7lZx?c:SJhZY?Ci sH
tho norvo centers, dispollliiff vireo- MISS EMMA RUMT2LER M
tuully all thoso distressing SMnp- I H
toms. No other medicine In tho country has received such unqualified I H
indorsement or has suuh u record ot cures of femulu ills as bos I H
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I H
Miss Kmma Kuntzler, of 031 Btnto St., Bchcncctndy, N. Y., writes; I H
'Tor a Ionic tlmo I was troubled with it weakness which 6ccmcd to 1 M
dmln nil my strength nwnv. I hnd dull headaches, was nervous, M
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ot a caxo hlmllar to mine cured by l.ydln V.. l'lnkhum's Vejtotablo 1
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benefit received. lam entirely well nnd feel like a new perbon," 1
Lydls H. Pinkham's VcRctablo Compound Is thn most successful .H
remedy for nil forms ot IVmalo Complaints, Wcalc Hack, railing and H
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paring' for childbirth and tho Cliango of Llfo. 1
1 Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women M
I VomCn sulTcrlnff from any form of female wealcnesi aro Invited to M
I promptly cnmmtinlcaUs with Mrs. 1'lnkham, ut Lynn, Mass. Her advlco H
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