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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants ol lite Community. Bar gains in Everything Front Tin Pans lo 1 ligh Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR BALB in acres, near Modern Mm. \ppiy to owner, s. i\ Thomson, Phono 8309 ('uatcr Washington. nn h i. :'i POR BALB- Una Shafting and I'ul leys. Tribune Office 1 HAVE about five acres ot old slashing on m> NortbWOOd ranch that 1 desire cleared hy contract labor. I'ranK W Bi\h>. Belling ham, Washington tii, hL't> L't Kou BALK Cedar Lumbar, I la. thick ot different widths, tor cot erlng ditches 80l Johnson, on Tea Mile Road, Lynden Rt, S-iB-St, i'OIJ BALB Reed Outs. IVas Rnd j Barley, a Benson, Lyndon, :!-ii-tf. j THE NEW IDEA RUG CO. 113 West lake \>c. Seattle, Washing ton, wants to make your old car pels OVar lit new ones, any stlS, Guaranteed to gi\c best quality knows We pay freight. 12 ye lir s in business. BtttSß, BHINGLRB IS In. long. S tO 2 lo in. Clear 11.38 per It, Good enough for any r...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third Ml. bml nans* Grovr and Llbmrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concertß and private and public en-' terts tnm—f at reasonable bull rental. PHONE No. R7Q2 WARREN E. HAWLLY, Man'gn F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Lyndan. Wuh. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST office Over Lynden State Bank LTIDtH. WASHINGTON CHAS. B. SAMP LEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Piihlie lite.is. Wilis umi Mortgages Draws— Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made citt attorney rom LTKBtH LYHDER. WASKnrOTOH r/ " CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. DR. S. J TORNEY Special practice I Imlteii to l>iEea»e>i of the Eye. Ear, Vote and Throat Glass** Properly Fitted Alaska Building, Belllng-ham EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto Fur Kent at Any Time Express ami Team Work Prompt Attention to All Busine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

FADE EIGMT. " can not afford to miss. Short pieces of Silk, Calico, Percale, Gingham, Lawn, Dimity, Swiss, Curtain Material, Ribbon, Outing Flannel. This lot of remnants was marked about half-price when placed on the table, and now are one-half of their present low price. Sincerity Clothes Are the proper Clothes for you to wear, if you are going on a trip or going to stay at home. Our Spring Models are ready for your inspection, and at a price that you will recognize as being far below any other brand. SE& $12.50 to 27.50 Ladies' SRirt Waists The largest line of lingerie embroidered Shirt Waists in the city is to be found at this store. And the price is within reach of all. Plain and embroidered fronts, with V. shape fronts or high collars, plain or ruf fled. These Waists were bought direct from the makers and designed by Paris de signers, which gives them the appearance of imported waists. And think of the price, $1.50 to $3.50. Fashion's Latest Creation The new "Peg" Top Skirt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

Vol. 6 CANAL TOLLS RETREAT A SERIOUS BLOW. By Miles Poindexter, U. S. Senator. The position of President Wil son, advocating repeal of the clans*- iu th»- Panama canal act grantiiig fife tolls through the Panama ca nal to American ships, as stated in lis message of the sth instant, is <;uite remarkable in that he mak>s v personal appeal to the Congress, lo reverse itself upon a great na lional issue for reasons which he states to be of the gravest import ance, but which he does not de fine. Senators ami representatives seen to be falling over themselves to keep up with this acrobatic pro cession, some of them after inter views with tie president in which, presuniaolj , (hey < Ltainec more definite information than the pres ident com eyed in his message: but many of them without waiting to be informed a i all as to what the reasons are for this stamjiede of the Democratic party, the President aud Congress, being entirely satis lied if they can yield up their own judgment to ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

PAGE TWO. CLOSED THE DOORS! The store of the Lynden Co-Operative Company will be closed Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday to re-arrangethe stock and mark down the prices for the greatest slaughter in merchandise ever known in Whatcom County. 1 nis great stock of merchandise will be thrown on the mercy of the public at prices that will compel you to buy. The Board of Directors Decided It Should be done at a meeting last week, because we had too much stock, and it must be reduced at once, and in order to reduce the stock in a hurry, we are going to make a sacrifice in prices that will make you weep for joy; you will think your eyes are deceiving you. One Hundred Dollars will be paid to Anyone proving that we have paid any attention to the cost of the goods. Now is your opportunity to stock up, when you can buy goods at almost your own price. This stock has got to be reduced regardless of the initial cost. We are going to scoop it out. We have got to do it. WHEN WE OPEN THE DOORS PROMPTL...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

LOCAL »HD PERSONAL The robins have come Mrs. J. W Rinebart was a Bell ingham visitor Saturday- I). DeJong was a visitor to the county seat on Monday Mrs. B. C. DeLong is visiting relatives and friends in Spokane. Mrs. W. M Jennings, of Mount Vernon, will speak at the Baptist church in l.ynden next Sunday. Misseß Eva and Caroline Cole are spending the week at the home of their brother in Bellingham. Miss Ruth Pearson, of Bellingham came up Friday for a several days' visit with Miss Crete Topping. W. H. Waples and P. M. Ser rurier were business visitors in Bell ingham Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. U Engel and Mrs. W. V. Weber motored to Belling ham Saturday. J. L. Dickerson, Sr., and .1. L. Dlckeraofl, Jr., made a business trip to Bellingham Monday, returning on the evening train. Mrs. Larson and little daughter, of Blame, were the guests several days last week at the houie of Mr. aud Mrs. Warrtrli Hawley. Mr. J. W. drove, now of Everson, who formerly lived here was a visi tor in town Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

PAGB FOUR THE LYNDErN TRIBUNE A Ntw,ptp., Devoted lo the Advancement of Every Pro. gretitve Idea. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely tothe public interest. Publianed at Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington, Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Post-Office, Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.50; Six Months 75c; Canada and foreign. One Year, $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Rate* Kurniehed on Application. Canal Toll*. For sometime it appears thai President Wilson has been quietly using his influence with numbers of both houses of Congress io bring about the repeal of the law passed by the last session exempt ing coastwise vessels passing throagu the Panama canal from the payment of canal tolls. Referring to the PrMW«t'i po sition, the Outlook, ID a recent is sue, says: ■ How far a party is hound to carry out when it gets into power the policies Which it defined in its platform when it was seeking pow er is not a question altogether ea sy to ans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers Business is Good! There's a. Reason WE'VE GOT THE GOODS AND PRICES A Steel-Cut, chafiless,dustlesscoffee at 35c to meet a demand for a high grade, properly treated coffee at a Popular Price-we have add ed this line, Country Club, put up in tin cans and with an absolute guarantee printed on every can. It costs nothing to try it. Pie Fruits in Gallon Cans. Peaches, Pears, Apricots and blackberries, a gal, 40c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Corn. 3 cans 25c Peas, per can 15 and 20c Beans" " 10 and 20c Succotash, per can 20c Hominy " " 15c Sauerkraut - 15c Sweet Pickles, quart, 25c Fleischmann's Yeast received fresh twice each week. 2 cakes for 5c We buy in small quantities and often thus keeping our perishable goods in the best possible condition. Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 FROM FERNDALE AND VICINITY. Miss Temple ol BeUntgbsni spent the week-end with Miss SSora King A large crowd attended the neck tie social given by the Grunge Wed nesday evening. Arth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

FAQS BIZ. WANTED Notice* of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —Team and buggy. W. L. Gardner, 2 blocks north of Wapleß' Mill. Phone X 741. 4-2-tf WANTED—Ranch work by man and wife, are disengaged and can be gin work at once. J. F. Green, Care of W. T. Brodwlck, R. F. D. No 1, Abbotsford, B. C. 2t. FOR SALE —Cow to be rresh in June, and a yearling heifer. R. Hendricks, R 1, Custer; six miles N. W. of Lynden, Blalne-Sumus Road. 4-2-lt. FOR. SALIC —40 acres, near Modern Mill. Apply to owner, S. I. Thomson, I'hone 2202. Custer Washington. mch2»!-:'.t. FOR SALE —Line Shafting uud Pul leys. Tribune Office. I HAVE about five iicres of old slashing on my North wood ranch that I desire cleared by contract labor. Frank W, flixby, Belling ham, Washington. mch2ti-2t. FOR SALE -Cedar Lumber, 2 in. thick of different widths, for cov ering ditches. Sol Johnson, on Ten Mile Road,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third St. *.*«,..„ Oe.r„ .„„ Üb9rty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts and private und public en tertainments at reasonable ball rental. PHONE No. R702 WARREN E. HA WHY, Man'gr F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Eynden, Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over I.ynden State E.'ink IT>D», WAJKIJTOTOS CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public lueds. Wills and Mortgages I>rawn— Abstract* Kxamined—Collec tion! Made CITY iTTOUIT TOM. LTISII ITSDSH, WASEIHBTOit MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. DR. S. J. TORNEY Special Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye. Ear, Note and Throat Glasses Properly Fitted Alaska Building. BelUngham EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Kxpresf* and Team Work Prompt Attention to All Business Ptiene R"M T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 April 1914

PAGE MOST. '" Ir FOR A SILK PETTICOAT Buy one Petticoat and the second one is yours for 1 cent. They come in black only, and are extra heavy silk with fancy embroidered bottoms. "Made for wear* and "Style." Friday and Saturday ONLY the second petticoat only 1 cent. NO GOODS SENT ON APPROVAL 1c For 5 yds. of Wash Goods This lot of wash goods is comprised of nearly all colors of Dimity, Lawn, Swiss and French Ginghams in plain checks and stripes. Buy five yards of anything in this lot and the second 5 yds. is yours for only 1 cent. Don't overlook this bargain. | c FOR 50c WORTH OF REMNANTS This lot of remnants consists of short pieces of nearly every kind of dry goods we have in the store and were marked way down when placed on the remnant table. You can select 50 cents worth of the remnants and the second soc worth is yours for only 1 cent. In for a SUIT CASE or TRAVELING BAG We have 1 c ozen Suit Cases and Traveling Bags in this lot and everyone is a good one. Wicker or leather case...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

Vol. 6 A LIVE TOWN. According to plans now being made Sedro-Woolley will celebrate in a large way tbis year, tbe first week in July have been picked for tbat purpose. Enough money bus been raised for ttie celebration. Sedro-Woolley is a live town. It is goin- right ahe:id with additional bir»-et paving. It's mum business streets were paved lust year. Con crete paving is now to be laid on Third Street and on State Street, both to tbe city limits. Cause: Sedro-Woolley has a live, business-like city administration, a town council tbat believes in going ahead and not standing in the way of its progressive citizens when ttiey propose necessary and needed public improvements. EXASPERATING. In referring to tbe Swiss colony, which recently bought logged-oft lauds in Thurston County, near O l.wupia, and is going lo settle there, the Arlington Chronicle Mjra tbut it is almost exasperating wheii we are »< betning bow we may find an easy land-clearing way for the fellow cit izens wiiom wt- w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

Pk r ,r. -nro Jk CRY FOR HELP!! Ready money is what we need, and in order to get it we are going to sacrifice OXir entire stock of Clothing, Men's Furnishings, and Shoes at prices that will demoralize and paralyze all competition. This is a square, up and up, bona-fide money raising sale. Greditors Demand Cash at Once We bought too much; our bills are coming due; they have got to be paid. We are forced to do it; it s our only chance. We are up against it, and this great price-cutting sale had to be put on; its our loss-your gain, Our time is limited; we've got to raise the money. To borrow money from the bank would mean our finish. We can't pay our bills with the stock, and have therefore decided to turn the stock into money in a hurry, in preference to asking the bank to help us out. Our stock is new; We have no old stock. The brands we carry are from the best manufacturers in America, such as Adler's Col legian Clothes, Coopers's Underwear, Geo. 13.I 3 . Ides line of Shirts, Cross...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL EASTER LILIES. 0 lilies, pure and splendid; 0 lilies, holy and white; 1 greet witli a Christian's greeting Your lesson of love and light. 11. H. Jamieson was a business visitor in Reliiiighaiu Tuesday. Y. H. Tramp transacted business lv Belling ham Friday. Mrs. Harry Fountain and children vbited friends in Bellingham sev eral days last week Cecil and Rem Jamieson spent several days last week visiting rel atives iv Bellingham. The Jackman brothers have ex changed tbejr last year's llupnjo bile for a new, ehactrlc starting Reo. doe Runyon is building an addi tion to his home on east Front st reet. Dr. 9 B. Howe, of Bellingham, Was a guest Itt the Charles (Jalbraith home for a few days last we"k. Mesdames Loring and Beckes and Hoger tierkes spent Saturday in Bellingham. Mrs H. C. Lntzen and two chll dien. of Sioux City. lowa, are here for an extended visit with iheSteeu bergeu family. (lw>rge True has bought the W. E. Austin place on lEdtaon street. It will he occ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

pace rora the: lynden tribune A N«v> «p»per Davoted to tt»« Advinctnlßl of E»«ry Pro. (IIMIH Idea. Calaflatnctd by p»r»r. ar> d attitned aclclMotht public ir»t«r«st. SCBS. KUTI . >Saagea»>tJ><fcltssafc» Caz-ada and Tomer. Oat Y—T.gtW is A:va.'.r» A;Tt—... . i_i.-.t. Fiin„ar,ei Ai>paeaM:r. EASTER Joy fjila the Sasasaia st our tearta. For CbT;s:. the L"rd. is rieeSttoday. Fr->Ei the Atari i-rifr 'ti otoarsMala Brig it angels rvU *.: * stor.e awvy. Begone, a.i s - r;ie ar.d dlfccvtiteat. All hall God's pe-a c. which u*vet Throw wide tl 8 tonrta r f Qod Arid scatter l>wers al f <se way, And let «s •T'-r in and ?e'.rn Tbe ir-sso: t <:: •.: s 1 df y. The d'T *>\,v all the boata oa high ■salted in their holy aoage. The cr-i>r stnae of all aar faith, Tbe covenant of our desires. Its graatdeat pr.d i's fv 1 '"-?' fires. Tbea ■<". the alt*r. love. Thank Qod for all that be baagieeo, —HARRIET BhtKAD. Wanted! \ Taxpetyera' ijeairue. Many corasiaaitiaa t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

WE IRE STIi IT IT!! Don't wait any longer. You have no one to blame except yourself. If you don't come and share in this GREAT MONEY SAVING EVENT, it will be many moons, before you get a chance like this again. This sale has been a tremendous Success. Should you come late to attend it there is a possibility of a few of the many bargains having been closed out. In every instance however, the closed out article is substituted by merchan dise of equal worth and at an equal price reduction. It's a Chance of a Lifetime to buy merchandise at such a slaughter. It is a shame to cut prices so low as we have in this sale, but our stock had to be reduced, so there—you have got the whole story in a nutshell. Even the merchants are wondering how we can do it. No wonder they wonder. Look at the Prices Below THIS IS A BONA-FIDE STOCK REDUCING SALE 7c. a yd. Prints. 14c. Percales, Be. a yd. Large assortment. 1 2 V2C. Ginghams, Be. Excellent patterns. $1.25 Wool dress goods in Mixtures, 49c. yard 65...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

FACE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and o{ the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising THE MAPLE DAIRY is where you gnt yonr pure, < an Milk, ots. per quart; also Creami from tu berculin . Inspected cows A. Dun kt-r. Prop. Phone x.'isi. t-9-tf. FARMERS ATTENTION —Walter Miller, tha blacksmith baa Juat Installed a Power Dlac Sharpen ing Machine and is prepared to aharpen your disc al a reaaonable pries. Glts us a call. mcblS-tf. GET WEBTFALL to do your paint- Ins, 80 years experience.inr 5-tf SITUATION WANTED Aanurae to take cuff of children, or ;>s bouaeke«per, Bell* Read, first house aoutb t tha old Bdaou house, on Sixth street, Lynden, (•••at, WORK MAKE Weight about 18.10 Will either sell er trade for a ■mailer on.- \. G, Wright. Phone 3SIB, R 1. Lyndon. 4-9-tf WATCH to,- the Little 'Red Rac er on the street! Tuesday, and gave your Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing. The Parisian Clean ers. 114...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third St. Oeoree and Übmrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts uud private and public en tertain litems at reasonable ball rental. PHONE Mo. R702 WARREN £. HA WHY. Man'gr F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty linden, Vuli, DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over Lynden State Bank LYNDEN WASHINGTON CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Puhlic s<eds, Wills and Mortgages Drawn Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made CITY ATTORNEY rOH LYNDEN LYNDEN, WASHINGTON *• CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. DR. S J. TORNEY Special Practice I ifnited to Dipeasfs of the Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat Olaseaa Properly Fitted Alaska Building-. Bellingham EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Express and Team Work Prompt Attention to All Business Phone KSBI Tor Qui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 April 1914

PAOE EIGHT. JUST OUT-BUT WILL HAVE SOME in soon is a "phrase' you seldom hear at this store, for we carry a stock of merchandise that the people want, and carry enough of it to supply their wants, no matter how large a quantity they may call for. Staple goods we d y by the car load and never allow the lines to be sold out before a new car has arrived, even in the midst ot a pig saie. Why not buy where you can get what you want when you want? Our every day low prices are as low (and in many cases much lower) as any sale prices you can find, if you take the trouble to compare the quality of the gooas. MEN L.EX US Measure you for your new Spring Suit if you want it iust right. You are sure to be pleased with one of our MADE TO MEASURE SUITS and it will not cost you any more than you pay for a ready-made suit. Try one; we take all the risk. There are none better made in this country. Lingerie SHirt Waists Ml the NEW fancy and plain styles are to be found here in all sizes from 34 to M, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 April 1914

Vol. 6 CORRESPONDENCE Interesting Itemi from the many f lourUhingt towns in the county by our own - correspondents ~ ~ FERNDALE Mrs. E. S. Bartruff, who was in jured in a runaway accident several weeks ago, is improving. The men of Ferndale and vicini ty have be"n in conference with -Mr. Ageu who is interested in estab lishing a BtUk condensery at this point. The condenaery wjii be locat ed here on condition that a site is famished. Milk from over 3000 cows has been pledged. It is thought that I tbe old condetisery site will be found citable. G. Hall bag sold his property here to M. J. Elliott, of Vancouver, for v consideration of I4SOO. A barn owned by J. Brown, in Griffin, was destroyed by fire last Thursday evening. Miss Elsie Boyd spent the week end With Miss Fila Nichols of Blame The ball game between tbe H. S. boys and the Normal team last Sat urday resulted in a score of M-2 in favor of the local team. After spending her vacation with her parents, Miss Pearl Van Us trand has ...

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