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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 September 1895

wgEfik* W y%- I S*v Uje* 9*» «*vt .*«yp Special bargains. COMMENCING SATURDAY, SEPT. 7th, We intend to make our new stock of Fall and Winter Goods move rapidly if low prices will do it. Everything the very best—not a poor article in the store. no trouble to show goods. Former Price. DRESS GOODS. 75c & $1 00— pdr yard.. Silk finished Henrietta all colors. 41 75c & 11.00. 65c & 75c. 50c. & 40c, 20c & 25c. ..ImportedSerge ..Pine Serge XJ INaUAIJTY. UP DT STYLE. UP IN ASSORTMENT. you, come and see us, Mohair Dress goods.. Plaid Suitings" .. Manyother bargains in Dress Goods depart ments. Winter Flannels in all styles and colors, to be sold at the same cut prices. Ladies' fleeced underwear cheap at 60c, this cut price sale 35 or 3 pieces for 3 1. -,-'•^-•^iy4ir'\T*T£ours to please, -f •:"":':,,'MOE.'& LEDELL There's No Better Place For you to make money than right here in this best trading place at 'We have been so long keeping such all-around values at such ifl-t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 September 1895

it- \fa «w WILLMAR TRIBUNE. •r. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSON & LAWSON.. I I E 1 Bushiest Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Oontributur. Advertising rates made known apportion. TbeTribanehas a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising mediumtomerchants )ther* washing to attract the ^J^wuntry people. nrrptionjirice, SI a year, paid in advance otherwise 15 ctsrl&tra for postage thecoxpty. JG^umtBixxat. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17TH, 1895. The JiinneajtolU Tribune on Wlieat Prices. Forty-five cent wheat pussies the great old party gun, in the face of small reserves and light winter wheat crop. Among other things it says (Sept. 9-1895.) "The courseof thewheat mark et is an anomaly, and rests as an enigma to be solved. We know that wheat advanced near ly 30c per bushel, we know that wheat has lost all. or nearly all, of &at advance in the face of con ditions which are pronouncedly bullish. We know that the vis ibl...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 September 1895

?f" ,/A*V **c RL J%Hv ii?i ft .8, S£ffiij», ^FW? 7".^ "?**^»i •».«•v' ~&w»«&-J»S3*y. ^^trevKW CHpplM»*nd GonwicBte. be salt on the earth, from 5 Hawick,passed through town last Tuesday enroute to Eden valley on business and gave us a pleas ant call We refer to Judge Haselton. He still clings to his old political ideas, and is-dead set against everything save the 6. O. P.—Paynesviile Press. All of the gold and silver mines of the world scarcely produced enough during the year to pay the debt saddled oa this country bj the Cleveland administration. This debt to date is, in round figures $36.000,000.—Dassel Anchor. And still accorJing to the gold bugs this country would be litei ally flooded with the white metai if we would reinstate silver to its proper place—free coinage. For the benefit of those win. have raised flax this ye&t we re print the following from the Am boy Herald: -Theo. Sowers, oi Vernon Gentre, a good farmer saysi the best thing on the farm for cattle in wi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 September 1895

*4"« Lr~ IV Willmar, Minn. In addition to the courses which have been offered heretofore, the Seminary has this year added four new courses, as follows: ADVANCED ENGLISH & TEACHERS'COURSE, SCIENTIFIC COURSE, CLASSICAL COURSE? & COMPLETE MUSIC COURSE a Expenses of attending low. Tuition per term of 12 weeks, $10. Arrangements have been made to establish a boarding club which Willfurnish board at cost. Good furnished rooms at 25 to 50 cents per Keek. Fall term begins Oct. 1st,. 1895. .Catalogue gives full information. For Catalogues address, H. S. HILLEBOE, Principal. N J. HONG, Associate Principal, Willmar, Minn. C6titfal*Meat*Market Windmills, Sterling Silver WATCHMAKER. We respectfullv solicit the trade of the people at Willmar and especially invite the railroad men to arive us a trial. The Choicest Meats. The Finest Shop. BEST TREATMENT. Positively, the highest market price paid for hides. J. 11. WIGGINS COMPANY, Next to Roller Mills, WILLMAR, MINN. Supplies and Repairs. M...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 September 1895

?.-" i*ft T~- W "isx We have been so long keeping such all-around values at such all-the-way-down prices, that it seems superfluous to advertise special bargains. We have the largest line of Mens, Boys and Children's Suits Ju\d Overcoats that has ever been in this city. %. §v Remember that we are the only Exclusive Mens' Outfitihg The time remaining before the electric plant is supposed to be in running order is exceedingly short A crew of men are plant ing poles and hanging wires, but there will evidently have to be more rushing done if the "magic light" shall beam in our city by next Tuesday, which is the limit set in the contract. Marriage licenses haye been issued at the court house as fol k)ips:— Qept. 2Qth, Martin ^orenson son., £ept23rd, Martin Sanderson & Mfca Ida TPhygeson.. The school-house in Dist, Ho. 32, Town of Gennesee was de-ing stroyed by fire last Saturday nigbt, supposed to have been ^v^1 caused by lightniag. All the F~#i-Ttexfct»oks and furnishings were £&...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 September 1895

$$*? r. MllIAR TRIBUNE Pablished^eyery Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA 5 ,*t* JOHNSON & LAWSON. 1TICTOBE. LAWSON, Editor and ,. Business Managi'i*. CHJH8TIAN JOHNSON, Speeial Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has H% a very large country circulation IL* which makes it a very valuable advertising mediumto merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.2&. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, SEPT 24TH, 1895. A Discussion of the Justice Due tlie Tra sgressi ng Striker. The Litchfield Independent finds fault with us for saying a good word for our strikers, as follows: "Some of the Willmar strikers in the Great Northern tie up iast spring were found guilty of mter fering with the mails, at the U.upholds S. court at Minneapolis last week. The local papers at Willmar rush to the defense of the accused, ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 September 1895

—*. & &* it 4*~ SL^c %'4 Letter to F. M. Eddy, M. C. HON. E. M. FDDY, Glenwood, Minn. MY DEAR SIR: Your favor of the 14th inst. is at hand and con tents duly noted. I, of course, humbly apologize for the mis statement I made and shalt give due correction in next number of Willmar TRIBUNE. I read in a paper last fall that you had been the land agent of the R. R. Co., and as I never saw any thing to the contrary I supposed the state ment to be true. I do not want to misrepresent anybody, even my worst enemies. It is wrong, and it don't pay in any event in the long run. And I, for one, stand ready to correct any mistakes I may make and apologize for the same. You write in your letter, "I am surprised that a gentleman of your standing wonld resort to misrepresentation in order to create prejudice against a polit ical opponent." Now, Mr. Eddy, lam profound ly surprised that such a senti ment should come from you, when as you must be aware, the sum and substance of your speeches l...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 September 1895

FP- No. 5. No. 91. mP S? Cetitral*M^at*MarKet. Best Perfume in the market. Sold only by. Carlson Bros. & Frost. Sterling Silver at WATCHMAKER, THE NEW AND THE RIGHT WAY O To All Pacific Points. Depart 6 .. vz m. m. INo. |flo. 6.ooa. 3.05 p. in Trains 7 and 8 run d.tily trains 11 and 12 ever)* day but Sunday Dally trains between St P.ml, Minneapolis Willmar, Sioux Cily, St. Cloud, Crcmkstnn, Moorhead, Fargo, urand forks, Grafton Wlnnepeg. Devils Lake, Great Fal's Helena, Butte, Kalispel, Spokane and Seattle Pacific Coast trains run, Palace Dining and Sleeeping cars, Buffet, Library, Observation, SmoKlng cars, first and second class couche* Family tourist sleepers, etc. Connections at St. Paul and Minneapolis with trains to and from Lake Superior pointa Chicago, St. Louis and the east, South and Southwest. Crosses the Rockv and Cascade mountains In daylight, giving passengars a chance to see some of the finest scenery in America Steamer and rail connections at Seattle for Paget do...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 1 October 1895

ivy*'- 11 !lz2 —•m XX 2H X* XZ —m XZ Kfigf Hit?*\ fc/- \r% 5 There's No Better Place For you to make moneythan right here in this best trading place at We have been so long keeping such all-around values at such all-the-way-down prices, that it seems superfluous to advertise special bargains. We have the largest line of Mens, Boys and Children's Suits and Overcoats that has ever been in this city. Remember that we are the only Exclusive Mens' Outfiting House in Willmar and Kandiyohi County. Come in and see our stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes, and you will be convinced of what we say. PROMT STREET. WILLMAR, MINN. Grand —m XX TheBoston One Price Bargain House, -'•v^f^^E*M^oJpert,!Pr1•pV., -OF Hannah Anderson Wishes to inform the ladies of her Rare Bar- 2 gains in Millinery goods at her millinery parlors. I will show the newest and most popular styles of Paris and London pattern hats just received from Chicago. I launch on the uncertain sea of style, subject to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 1 October 1895

7*f~ mf JOLLMARgTCtBUNE. Published every Tuesday at, %ILLMAR, —s\: MINNESOTA BY 4 -, JOHNSON & LAWSON VICTOR E. LA WSON, Editor and **& Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON. Special Edi £j|f* torial Contributor. *gtt~r Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation wh$ch ta£kes it a very valuable advertising mediumto merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.£5. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 1895. WHEAT PRICES. Why are They Loir in the Face of small crops andstarv' ing People. Ex-Gov. J. S. Pillsbury says that speculation is causing low prices of grain, but the Minnea polis Tribune denies this, and holds that if it were not for the speculators prices would be still lower. J. S. Pillsbury says fn thePeli ny Press: "I never saw anything like the cereal product of that wond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 1 October 1895

S S 5 IK: Lv w^ft. '•Wat "J afc,»» y.„f(•„.,„ S if*. SH*fc ilS.. 1 l« $54 &$tD,)mis. S*BG Geo.'.Jf. Lanvphere of tlie Moor ?f* head JVews Asks some Perti-^ l^gf.&nent Questions of Jojl^t Heatwole on the Mon£?& A-f&c*" 'ey% Question*_/X 3 4 a slashing cuts W$0&' right from the shoulder that will |f|%.y bother the golditerinternationai |fe|*v^-i humbug congressman to meet: j& «'**. Frank Day, editor Martin Co lt Sential, called upon Joel Heat vole, editor NortMeld New*f, to Jr declare himself upon the' money question, whereupon the Editor Heatwole accuses Editor Day of never having himself declared how he stands that he' raves good deal about gold-bugs and the crime of 1873, but does not say at what ratio he would have silver coined. Editor Heatwole does say that he "favors bimetal lism under international agree ment—a money that will be ac cepted the whole world over at its face value." Taking Mr. Heat wole at his word, We enquire what he proposes to do about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 1 October 1895

ifc-X If Central*Meat*Marke1v Best Perfume in the market. Sold only by. Carlson Bros. & Frost. Sterling Silver at WATCHMAKER, WILLMAR RESTAURANT Is open day and night. First class service guaranteed. Special attention given to the traveling public. E- T. SANDBO, Pi op. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. THE NEW AND TH E RIGHT WAY EAST AND WEST TIME TABLE TKAJNS GOING WEST. Arr. 12:10 p. m..... Dep. 12:35 p. m. No. 7.. No. 37. No. 39. Freight Dep. 2.00 a. in ......Dep. 8:00a. TRAINS GOING EAST." No.8 Arr.2:50p. ra........Dep. No. 36, Freight Dep. No. 38, Dep. 3:00 p. m. 6:00 a. 8:50 p. WILLMAR DIVISION. No. 11, arrives 8:50 p. m. No. 13,............leaves—.- 5:30 A. in WILLMAR A SIOUX FALLS. No.61, Passenger Dep. 12:J0 p. in. No.«3, Freight......... Dep. 3 a No.6'2, Passenger Arr. 2:50 p.m No.64, freight.. ....arr.7:30p. m. WILLMAR ST. CLODD. Arrive. Depart. No. 5 9:05p.m.|No. 6 6.-Ooa.ra. No. 91 12:10 a. m. I No. 92. 3:05 p.m. Trains7 and 8 run daily trains 11 and 12 every daybat Sunday. Dally...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 8 October 1895

i«X-— ii ||||y*L K^ifi&:|i» mr^ HP H^ It* fe®3^ Hr- -r «IB_** •at ft •y tfts ft Pf Vol. 1. I,- f'fttif'"' I Yo wish to make -V *-«*. Established 1864. Paid Up Capital. $1,000,000. 1 THE WROUGHT IRON 1 1 RANGE COMPANY I I OF ST. LOUIS, I Sole Manufacturers and Patentees of the renowned Home Comfort Of annealed iron and steel. Lined throughout with asbestos. The most durable, convenient and economical in the use of fuel. Made to burn either wood or coal. Awarded. Medals over all other steel Ranges at every fair where exhibited. The quickest bakers, and above all others, the most perfect. SteelRanges. They are the best on earth to-day. YOUR WIFE,] MOTHER or SISTER BUY ONE FOR THEY ARE MADE WROUGHT IRON RANGE CO. HAPPY Recommended by more house wives than any other Steel Range on earth. Over 300.000. now in use. Practically indestructible. Adopted by our army posts and public institutions, thus recog nized as being the Standard Cooking Range of America. See locals elsewhere. We manu...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 8 October 1895

*, .3*. »Vl i«dPr- v-. Published every Tuesday'at WILLMAR, ^MINNESOTA 'k 0 9*7 '4s- /'v—\—-BY—?t^4 JOHNSON & LAWSON ~& VICTORE. LAWSOfl, Editor twul Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts.' extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH 1895. A TIM ELF WARNING. WILLM Alt $ Unserves credittorIcaBtng atfen-.scoresjbf Business Maiiajrr. CHEI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor Advertising-orates made known. on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium tomerchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. To those who have paid any particular attention to the gener al tendency of the modern city schools, the following, from the Northiield News, will strike them as extremely pertinent to the subject: ''Our public schools are not colleges or professional schools. Their mission is to teach thoroughly, a few ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 8 October 1895

&*¥). l1r 1 ,*vr„ «-Wl»: i$tc* A r8& ANNUAL SCHOOL REPORT. Supt. Covell Gives the Figures and Facts Regarding Our schools for the past year The hard times have affected the schools IU the county iii vari ous ways. Below are the state ments of the finances in both the independent and commou school districts. INDEPENDENT DISTRICTS. Cosh on hand at the beginning of year $2947.55 Paid for teachers' wages and board Received from ap portionment 3477.89 Paid for fuel and school supplies Received from spec ial and local one mill tax collected 7741.43 Paid for repairs and improving gr'ds.. Received from bonds sold 461.75 For paying .bonds and interest Received from all other sources ....*.. 530.90 Paid for library b'ks Paid for text-books Paid for apparatus For other purposes Cash on hand at the close of the yeajr Cash on hand at the beginning of the year $10175.33 Paid for teachers' wages and board Received from .ap portionment 9944.56 Paid for fuel and school supplies... Received f...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 8 October 1895

!#$» 1000 OFFICftTIN ^—«WE HAVE*- GOOD Or three stores chuck full. We can not print the prices here, but we willlsurprise all the read ers of this paper if they will take the trouble to come and see us. Our new 10 cents Bazar is now ready and full of bargains. T. J. ANDERSON & CO., 1 HILBERT'S HILBERT'S HILBERT'S Best Perfume in the market. Sold only by_ Carlson Bros. & Frost. Sterling Silve at WATCHMAKER, -On Farm Land Security. CO Cflr^J SB O e8 3 TS O Co .i-t *r-l a *,- •S go I* 2 2 0? Part principal payable at any time. If you are in need of a loan, Call and see us. JACOBSON & MILLEK, 4*^- Belgrade, Minn. Central*Meat*Market. We respectfully solicit the trade of the people at Willmar and especially invite the railroad men to give us a trial. The Choicest Meats. The Finest Shop. BEST TREATMENT. Positively, the highest market price paid for hides. Mikkelson & Skoog, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. STOLEN STOLEN STOLEN STOLEN HILBERT'S WARRANTED FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. As Solid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 15 October 1895

fe'^t e^^pwcss^-,,...^ W% ~tiZi S}i V** I &-"£ f.-. 8 •actf*•• $$*m 3& These will be welcome news to our many friends, especially to those who must practice econo my, as it enables us to place with in their reach a stock of goods that in volume, value, variety and styles is pre-eminently su preme and at a price beyond the reach of competition anywhere in the-country. You are no longer living in an isolated com? munity in the far Northwest, away from the markets, fads and fashions of the world. Wilhnar can supply you with all the good things that the markets of the world contain, and is rapidly coming to the front as the New Metropolis thut forms a ne\y link with Mi«fif»:ipo]is. St. Paul, Chi cago and Easteru markets. the great-trade markets of Europe. Take a Last Glimpse of Your Old-Time Enemy We are doing our share to make the return of prosperity immediately beneficial to you. Our new stock affords great attractions to buyers who can appreciate superior goods. ,- No raise ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 15 October 1895

4pe 1,1 I" 1, 1 4fc~ jwPL. WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWS VICTORE.LAWSON, CHBI8TIAN JOHN? toriaU TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 TH, 1895. MONOPOLIES ARE LA WFUL. Startling Legal Principles Set Forth in the Great Railroad Case by United States Sen ator Cash K. Davis. Monopolies and Vested tights Securs in the Sight of the Laiv J\fo Matter Hoiv Oppressive. Last Tuesday Senator C. K. Davis made the great argument in the Great Northern and North ern Pacific consolidation case. A synopsis of it was published in the Minneapolis Tribune The argument is interesting reading, and we presume good law. He contends that the legislative acts or charters of 1856 and 1865 are in the nature of a contract that cannot be altered by subsequent legislation without consent of the companies That, then the right of consolidation was given, and cannot now be disputed, no mat ter if such a consolidation results in a monopoly. He quotes the Bingham ton bridge* case a...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 15 October 1895

*w* ^-c r*"* t&nr \&» V* iS^ii 1**., -«a, g^&fiy- 111 mi ?& "88*""« that Eddy Letter. 'BsUtor Wlllsiar Trlb««et -^IILV Johnson's answer to Mr. Eddy in the Tribune for Septem ber 24th is a manly and timely Statement. In these times men that have the courage to tell the truth with such force as the Doc tor did in that letter are very scarce. Everybody who had a chance to read it can not help but feel the telling effects when re ality is brought out with such force and eloquence. Let me tell you formers, that you have a true friend in Dr. Johnson one that "will stay by you through thick and thin, and your plain duty is to stay by him. Just call to your mind a little of the difference in the campaign speeches that the Doctor made a year ago, and those made by Knute Nelson. Did not the latter lie when he told you the cause of low price on wheat was that you raised too much of it, and that oats, barley and potatoes would help you out all right? "Lie is sin, and sin is of t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 15 October 1895

i^f fir I .-* »si 1000 No Bonus or Commission. Part Principal Payable at Any Time On Best Terms Ever Offered. WE HAVE' GOO Or three stores chuck full. We can not print the prices here, but we will surprise all the read ers of this paper if they will take the trouble to come and see us. Our new 10 cents Bazar is now ready and full of bargains. T. J.ANDERSON SCO., Belgrade, Minn. Central*Meat*Maret.* We respectfully solicit the trade of the people at Willmar and espacially invite the railroad men to give us a trial. The Choicest Meats. The Finest Shop. BEST TREATMENT. Positively, the highest .market price paid f«rr hides. Mikkeison&Skoo WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Hawick Hits. E. Miles is rushing business in the undertaking line, and says, let them die he can supply the market. Harry Mortey and wife have come to Hawick to visit relatives ard friends. Harry is newly married, and we wish himself and wife along and happy life. Gust McLouth threshed his flax on J. M. Spicer's farm, and made e...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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