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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 July 1913

FREE PRESS HARRY FREE 5 E, Publisher. HAYS. KANSAS. It was the militants who put the rage in suffrage. Unbelievable! Some real blood has been shed in a duel in France. Nobody would care for dandelion greens if they tasted like food. Even the cost of dying is raised. London grave diggers have struck. A president of Haiti achieves unique fame when he dies a natural death. Duck suits would be better If they were oiled the way ducks wear them. This being a wide world, there are plenty of places for the newlyweds to eee. In Chicago, music lessons and even German lessons are given over the telephone. Tainted money Is that which is re ceived by exploiters of fake tubercu losis cures. If airboats become as popular a3 automobiles it may be necessary to roof the streets. And many a young man has gone to the bad trying to make others believe he is a good fellow. Training a pompadour in the way It should go seems to be the life work of some young men. Those English are the enthusiastic lot. A l...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 July 1913

IS IT RIGHT TO ADVERTISE COCA COLA? Men who play the wily game of pollr tics have discovered that the best way to distract the attention of the publio from their own shortcomings is to make a loud-mouthed sensational at tack upon someone else. As the cuttle-fish eludes its pursuer by clouding the -urrounding water with the con tents of its ink sac, so the political ad venturer takes advantage of the Igno rance and prejudices of the people to escape from his indefensible position by muddying the waters of public opinion. A case in point is the recent attack made upon the religious press for carrying Coca-Cola advertising This attack was made by a politician who wa3 supposed to be an expert in chem istry but who. having brought a suit against the Coca-Cola Company, was humiliated by having to acknowledge that he could not qualify as an expert. The court decided in favor of the Coca Cola Company as it was clearly shown that th,e only essential difference be tween Coca-Cola, and coffee ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 July 1913

George L. Zeigler Successor to H. W. Oshant sided Abstractor and Insurance Agent. North Main Street, Hays, Kansas. Some of the new teachers at the State Agricultural college are anncun eed and the Board meets there Jnl 18th. In the list we note n. E. Douce Prof- in Dairy Husbandry to be in charge of the dairy farm project at the Ft. Hays Exp. station. Our Harry L. Kent, director of the Correspondent courses, to the Princi palBhip of the new school of Agricul ture. Many were hoping be would te sent hers as the Prof of Agriculture to succeed Prof Main. New Meat Market Franc KINGfcss c-pered a Meat Market on South Chestnut Street in Hays. This in ritwtjor i"e NOT a EUTCFFP-5FCP, It is purely m Meat Market. where rcthirp; ir, dene save the carving of the carcus and its safe to the people. It is the mot sapitary, deer, up-to-date Meat Market in Western Kansas. We invite rMV AT AIL TIMES to inspect our market thcm'vMv. Ycrrs frr Clepnliness FRANK ICING hat Salary Do You Draw? Too xrary me...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 July 1913

Stats Hiatoricalr 'Society 73 n n n v 13 A 11 M A k VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY. KANSAS, JULY 19. 1913, NUMBER SG --S-w Sj Boys and Girls Corn Growing Contest We are going to conduct a Boys & Girls Corn Growing contest and "will award prizes for the Best 10 ears from an acre plot and the highest yield from a siDgle acre. Any boy cr girl in ELLIS county, not over 20 years old who eijtng and fiila oat the entrance blank printed below, may compete for these prizes, bat no boy or girl may win more than one prize. All contestants are to famish their own seed and mast da all the work of preparing the ground andplanting and cultivating their crops themselves. A sworn resort, attested bv two neighbors, will be acquired In acre contest. The Cowdn cottage on east Janiats street is about finished and they bope to move in soon. ( To Citizens' State Bank, Hays. Kansas B lease enter me in your boys' and Rtrla' corn growing contest for the year 1913. I agree to abide by thecocdi...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 July 1913

FREE F HARRY FREESE, Publisher. BITS. KANSAS. A gnat may annoy a giant, but after all it'B only a gnat. . When divorces are abolished matches will be safeties. all Some women should start a move ment to conserve the country's hus bands. Temperamental baseball players fig ure picturesquely in the percentage columns. Of course a canoe is a perfectly safe craft when it is upside down in the back yard. What a woman can dress for de pends to a great extent upon whom she dresses for. Besides Ajax defying the lightning there are the fans on the bleachers defying the sunshine. Grown people as a rule do not be lieve fairy tales, unless they are print ed in seed catalogues. Still, if a baldheaded man does not mind being joked about it, why are there so many toupees? What the Burbank schoolof wizards Bhould now seek to evolve is a hay eating ultimate consumer. Another tradition is exploded. The majority of sweet girl graduates now !ays can cook acceptably. Surely it is a gay world in which no ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 July 1913

CHANGED MIND ABOUT MULE Tyo Attractive Gowns Which Are Latest Paris Products Lieutenant's Ideas as to Kindness and Firmness Vanished Soon After the Animal Got Busy. There Is a lieutenant in an 'Ohio regiment who believed that mules were much maligned, and that if well treated a mule would behave accord ingly. In his own company w&s a mule with a bad reputation, and the li extenant undertook to tame him. "I will Bhow you how this mule should be treated," said the officer. So he had the mule brought in front of his tent, saddled him without re sistance or protest, and patted him kindly on the neck. "He needs kind but firm treatment," said the lieutenant. Then he mounted the mule, which walked six steps, danced three steps, executed an original hop, step and jump with each leg, and then projected the lieutenant into the air and into a thorny bush. "Catch the brute and kill him, said the lieutenant, as the hospital corps assisted him to his tent. The men caught the mule, but did not...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 July 1913

i 1 'V George V r i Succsrcr ' . Vv. Cibrnt Bonded Abstractor and Ir -svrpnce . Agent. North Main Street, Hays, Kansas. New Meat Market Franc KING hes cpered a N'eat Market on South Chestnut Street in Hays. Thi JifvUcr 5 NOT r. FLTCFFF-5FCP. It is purely a Meat Market. wfere rrtr-irp ir ?cre save the carving of the cstcup ?rd its sae to the people. It is the rrost wrntary, clear, rp-fc-date Met Market in Western Kar??? We invite the rnH r AT MI HIVES to irspect L-t. .VrnrirfV Ycvrs fcT CJprnhness FRAm What 1 alary Do You Draw? Too nary rrcn give rrcre ettenticn to what sakry they drew thr-n to vrat la ly they save - - it's rrt vvhrt a nen makes tut vht He SYFS that meles him ir.deperdcrt. St:rg eater art than gaining. An account saving cr.rcrtvr.iiy. Tie First Hays with . this Paik cflW J Sttif it Tc-Eey. Kansas Money to Lran cn Ferm Security I have money to Lcn cn fain security at as low rates as can be obtained anywhere. Money on hand and paid over as scon as papers are signed ara...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 July 1913

him without re ottAd him .. al.. Quc at the National Capital I v is FREE PRESS Supplement, July 19th, 1913 State Normal School new President 5c Principal Monday mornin? President Hackney pnl Gov. Moch of the Board, Presi dent Butcher and the new Principal of our Stata Normal, Prof Greenwood & wife arrived and met by a number of our citizens. At 10 oc the Auditorium was crowded to hear them talk and the exercises began by singing 'Praise God from whom all blessings flow', Miss Allen presiding at the Piano. On the stage were the visitors and members of the faculty. President Hackney was called on and made a few remarks, telling the Board had been to the National Educational Mee ing learning. That the Board are ve ry proud of the Hays school and pro pose to make it a great school and had brought us a new president and a new Principal who would make it S3, a new Principal on the top rung in the advanced education of the day, RiZent Hoih made a telling speech that his audience felt h...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 July 1913

Slate Historical Sosifity I-' i - I I IN i 1 yl i i A VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, JULY 26. 1913, NUMBER 37 A 7 i JLI fcSG i 1 Madden has 600 Glad hart cows. 400 steers. As usual. on easy Tterms. Thev are common Southern cattle, The cows make good mothers, See Madden for bargains at 1 st National pen SATURDAY Nights Buy Your Fruit Jars Mason jars, Dairy Maid Cream Separator Before buying an Engine do cot fail yon. Our lice is complete rangirg frcm Task cooled. Gasolene or KeroBere. We also have have the agency for Harvesting Machinery, and carry a ccnipleta stcok of repairs for same. Webber wagons. Janebviile Gang ard all other faxmtcola can be pcichsetd The Keystone Disc Harrows, Satisfaction guaranteed. . t :siS-::v:vii - . " i it?----: - ' :,.t It - t ' - 1 7 V --- - -- fill - " J - v i i ' I 1 1 j A : SCOTT-ALLEJT DEBATE THE NE of the big offerings of wide attention is the Scott-Allen Congressman Chas. T. Scott. Republican, and Henry J. Alltn, Progressive, ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 July 1913

George I Zeigler Successor fr W. , Oshant Bonded -Abstractor and Insurance Agent. North Main Street, Hays, Kansas. arise New iViea Franc KING bas opened a Meat Market on South Chestnut Street in Hays. This ih Htuticr is NOT a PUTCFFF-SFCP, It is purely a IVTeot IVTerlret. where rcthinp ir, dore save the carving of the carcii8 and its sale to the people. It is the moat sanifary, clean, up-to-date Meat Market in Western Kansas. We invite th pvhl.V AT AIL TIMES to inspect our market tror-"p-My. Yours fcr Cleanliness F EC f What galary Do You Draw? 1 Too many men give mere what salery they draw then to they sEve makes hut whet him Independent, art than gaining. An account i&ving oppcrtunity. attention to what sela it's ret wht a men SAVES that makes is a greater Sat irg ie Hays with this Slcrt it 7 Eank offers To-Day. aliens ami R ansas Iff Money to Loan on Farm Security have money to Loan on farm security at as low rates as can be obtained anywhere. Money oh hand and paid over as s...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 July 1913

Ti p n n n rc LL J VOLUME XXX. $L A TEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 26. 1913, NUMBER 37 Hoys and Girls Corn Growing Contest We are going to conduct a Boys & Girls Corn Growing contest and will award prizes for the Best 10 ears from an acre plot and the highest yield from a single acre. ' J' "Any boy or girl in ELLIS county, not over 20 rears old who signs and fill oat the entrance blank printed below, may compete for these prize b, bat bo boy or girl may win more than one prize. All contestants are to furnish their own seed and mast do all the work of preparing the ground and'planting and cultivating theirtrops themselves. A sworn report, attested by two neighbors, will be aeqaired fn acre contest. Complete details will be given later. ENTRANCE BLANK To Citizens' State, Bank, Hays. Kansas 2?c&88 ester me in your boys' and sills' corn growing contest for the year 1$I3. . I agree to abide by thelconditicns of the contest. I promise to learn all I can about corn growing ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 July 1913

Wheatland Township Notice oi Delinquent NWI4... SW14... 7 14 19 .... 7 : 1? 32 14 19 ..32 14 19 I 6 15 19 . 6 15 19 1 EH SEK SEi...... 8.. SW14.. NEi ... 8WH -SE1C ... Tax Office of County Treasurer of Vis County, fcaneas, Esyp, Kbem?, .Tniy JO, 19U. hiyticP iS hpreby Irivpn that t for the ypar 1912 op j followinsr tmcta nf lund And tow )r.t gitniteri in th County 0f Ellin anrt Ste of Karisap, aro dow due "nd no Paid Trt that upIpps the mf re paid on rr before tr first Tn(lai Jr. 8eptpmhr to wit: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER iTHE 2nH. 1913. I will on tha day and thf next snwedinfir dars nntil all of aid tracts of land and towp lot are sold proceed to pell at public sale at my ofPre in Havs Citr, Kna. so rnneh of each tract of land and town lot a i nAceRPHry to rav the taxes of the Tear' 1912 and the penaltien and costs thereon. Hays Original Totg Block 2.4.6, IS. 17, 13. 21 23. 25, 2T. 29, 31, 33, 35 12 N. 50 ft of 1,3, 5 SI. m 21. 23.: 25, 27, 10, 12, 24. 26 19 2.4.6.8. 10 B 25 ft of 2. 80. ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

,U1, Hiatcricar'SVii-r, V '4- r v j VOLUME XXX- tL A TEAK HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 2, 1913. NUMBER 39 A w K 1-1 8 . 1 f JDoya and Girls Corn Grooving Ccntect 23 We are going to conduct a Boys & Girls Corn Growing contc st snd 'will award prizes for the Best 10 ears from en acre plot and the highest yield from a single acre. Any boy er girl in ELLIS county, sot ever 20 years old who signs and fills cut the entrance blank printed below, may compete far these prizes, bet o bey or girl nay win more than one prize. All contestants are to tarnish their own aeed and must do all the work et preparing the ground andplantinz and cultivating their eropi themselves. A swoxa report, attested by two neighbors, will be Required ia acre contest Complete detaile will be siren later. ENTRANCE BLANK EZTo Citizens' State Bank, Hay a. Kansas Fleate enter me in your boys' andggirls' corn growing contest for the year 193. I agree to abide by the.conditions of the contest. I premise to learn ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

FREE PRESS HARRY FREBSE, Publisher. SATS. - - - 11 KANSAS. As usual the swan song of the thea ter season is pretty much rag time. Anyway, New York's "finest" are the finest New York has. It Is better to have loved and lost, sometimes, than to have loved and Scientist says that love making Is to become obsolete. This is no news to Pittsburgh. ' Dallas reporter was held up and robbed of two bits.' How dared he 9utve so much money! "A New York man saved $100,000 In IT years on a salary of $1,000 a year." 'Waiter or policeman? A man generally gets credit for be ing a good citizen when his wife 'makes him go to church. A Kansas City woman was made ill ty use of face powder. She prob ably did not need It, anyway. The press is powerful, but It is not jxwerful enough to induce all people to stop eating with their knives. Since father's bought an auto, mother can never find her sewing ma chine oil can when she wants it. Baby trailers for motorcycles. What next? An average motorcycle can asil...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

s V.1U - ' :f f'i & 4;!. VOLUME XXX. SI.' A TEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, AJJGUST 2. 1913, NUMBER 39 FMMIE TO) fl'1W3 IDlAill B) pT ij Jvri as AVadwUJ.. Gladhart Farm at Lawrence 200 of them cows. -400 steers. As usual. Madden offers them for sale on pflsv f terms. Thev are common Southern cattle. The cows make" good mothers, the streis fatten cn good care. See Madden for bargains at 1st National Open SATURDAY Night Buy Your Fruit Jars here. Mason jars, 60 cents a dczei Dairy Maid Before Lujing an Erg ice do net W you, Our lire is complete, rargirp frcm fTnk coo'ed. Gasolene or Kerctere. ' i We also have have the agency for the old reliable McCormick line of BarvcEtiig Machinery, ard carry a cn plt-ie Etc ok ol rt pairs for iire. Wepbtr wagons, Janebville Gang and Soliey plows, Rtnny vebitfea and all other farrcftoolB can be purchased frim lb at the right price t. Also The Keystone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction gnarasteed. EX H. Early Sr Sons Well Boring Jobs vanted Having close...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

1 ; -I 1 3 7 t H Notice of Delinquent Tax Office .f Ccusty Trf -r-.-Jurt-r of Ellis County, Kanfw, Hays, Kansas, July 10. 1913 Notice is hereby . (riven that the tflxee for the yr JJ12 on tho following tracts of Jnd ind town Jots sitnitel id tb County of Ellis and State of Kansas, nr now dne " 3(3 tin Paid ard that nnloF( th fame or paid ro op before the first TndnT jn flpptfntArtr wit: TUESDAY. SFPTEMBEF THE 2nd. 1913. I will tbn day and the next Bnceedini dnrn nnril all of paid tracts of land and tnwp lotp are "ld proceed to pell at pnblir oale at my ofPc in HavH City. Knrea. so rrnch of each tract of land and town lot i" neeeppary to nav the taxea of the Tear 1912 and the penalties and cos's thereon. Hays Oriplnal Tots Blocfc 2. 4. , 1 IS. 17. IP. 21 . 23. 25, 27, 29, 31. S3. 35,f 9 12 .. . . 3 N. an ft of 1, 3, 5 4 S. 6 4 21. 28. '25, 27.. 19, 12, 24. 26 ... . ... fi 19 7 2.4.6.8. 10 7 R 25 f t of V. 30. 32.34. :.... 7 S ROft of ? and 25 ft of SO.. 7 23' 25. 27. 29. 31. S3. 35 9...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

Ohio Congressman Champion Speller of Capital hydro-(y o T IVvy WASHINGTON. The great and those who record their greatness assembled the other night at the New ' "Willard- "hotel, and casting off the cares of tariff, lobbies and land lawB returned to childhood dayB to enroll themselves in "Professor" Houston's Class A at the old-fashioned spelling bee held by the National Press club as the feature event of that organiza tion's annual "ladies' day." President Wilson and his daughter, Miss Eleanor Wilson, and Secretary and Mrs. Bryan sat in the audience, which laughed and applauded as con gressmen and newspaper representa tives vied with each other in twisting their tongues around some of the "jaw breaking" word3 which Secretary of Agriculture Houston, the pronouncer, propounded. Though the guests of their rivals in the "bee," the statesmen were not without their supporters in the audi ence. Scattered through the large room were many members of both house and eenate who were not to ent...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 August 1913

All Pfhii K asts a weeH, O TV? i E I t M 1 u Li tin Qot74 A I 3 n t carry everything dear to the YOU will have come ia vain unless you have visited our immense store some during the week. hearts of Ladies, and gentlemen too. Our late summer and early fall goods are arriving daily and we invite a call, assuring the best goods at lowest psssible prices. A full line of Novelties, the very latest in dress goods and other lines. No trouble to show goods. 1? e LE", Zeigier Block, rSou!fi side Now that you have decided to go to Colorado, let us tell you how to get there ! Let us match the wonder of these glorious mountains with a wonderful trip. Let us give you a r.ooI ride to your cool vacation. Let us mtchyour days of luxury with a trip of luxury. Let us start your vacation for you when you tart not when you get there. L7oIon Pacific Standard Road of tho West St. Louis Colo rado Limited Denver Limits d California Mil Leaves Ha' s daily 5t50 a, m, Arrives Denver 3:30 p.m Leaves Hays daily...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 9 August 1913

K 1 i; :l -J "-- t-i3 !T-y . tyL . -fi " t- - Witt ' " '" IF JiTurulf VOLUME XXX. $1; A TEAR HAYS, ELIIS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 9. 1913, NUMBER 40 TTTTT7' TUT ' A X (Ss MM II Vi. i 1 ! ' . if ! I j I x. ;.1 if FARM LOANS The Citizens' State Bank wants to make your FARM LOANS. Be sure torsee them before giv ing your application. We want some good Farm Loans, LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST IN the COUNTY, Don't failto see us. Citizens State Bank HAYS, ... KANSAS What interest A erest go you pay i We have lots of ' MONEY TO LOAN on . Ellis County Farms Money paid over without delay. No extra Commission Lpwes; Rates We write INSURANCE in The. Best Companies on Earth Companies that "are good all the time Careful attention given to all business entiusted to us. M. Schaefer Loan and Ins. Cc. Our Motto : "Live and Let Live" ALEX SCHUELER, Jr. & CO. For Ellis county, JWe Respectfully Solicit your Business HAYS KANSAS The Separator of Wm. Gottschalk burned up Wednesday. A baby boy has come to the...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 9 August 1913

TV" r T ri 11 LUli..iJ VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, .AUGUST 9. 1913, NUMBER 39 Madden has 600 head of Cattle on the Gladhart Farm at Lawrence--:2C0 of them ' Ann A Mapn offra tVim for sale COWS nXJVJ 8iccis o usuaii hiummv on easy pterins. They are common Southern cattle. The cows make" good mothers, the steeis fatten cn gccd care. See Madden for bargains at 1st Naticral Jacket Store south side tracif, Open SATURDAY Night B uy Ycur Fruit Jars here. Mason jais, 60 certs e dczei Dairy Maid Creen Sceieicr Before tujiog tr Fifite do Etl ftil tc ant etc lit vt ffue'witn iJtJO, Oor line is ctirpltte, rarpirg frcn 1 ti EC tone piwir. Air, Ecpier cx ; Tark ceo cd Gisclere or Ecrcr cr e. Stfctici t ry, Poittbie frc Trsctcrs We aleo have have the ager.cy fcr the old rer&blt McCtimjck lice Vf Baivttt p Affcfcirtry, rc ctriy 8 cir ilt'J Eliol ot npaiif for bi d e "Wei ttr wagers, Jsec Eille Carp bi c Full f 3 ,plc e, lii rijj vtl i it t ai c all ctler feirxftcols car ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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