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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

state Std State Bank to Loren warrantY deed, lot , blockk i A Bergum to M. C. Egan ty deed, W 1-2 NE 1-4, NW 1-4 s NE 1-4, 14-34-50. S peter Larsen to Ernest Hirt Jas Pe deed, N 1-2 SW 1-4,.13, ,W 1-4, 13-29-56. 1.2 N to Rola.nd Rosebud, patent: X, 33-33-53 ! . A. to Walter Slater, R. O, , 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, sec. 3, ,1ot S4-37-50. " Skaalgaard to Geo. L. Zim an, warranty deed, NW 1-4 NR SN 1-4, N 1-2 SW 1-4, SE 1-4 .4, 21-28-58, E 1-2 SE 1-4, 20, -2 NE 1-4, 29-29-58. r. S. A. to Oudolph Hinz, patent, 1.2 SE 1-4, NE 1-4 SE 1-4, E 1-2 1-4,24 28-56, lots 2, 3, 19-28-57. is Peterson to Asmus Thomsen, rraty deed, SE 1-4 SW 1-4, SW 4S 1-4, 30, W 1-2 NE 1-4, 31-29 Wi. Sogers to R. G.' Ferguson, arranty deed, E 1-2, lot 14, block 17, ,orth Wolf Point. Wi. Rogers to E. T. Harris, war rty deed, W 1-2, lot 14, block 17, North Wolf Point. Frank Fay to John Lee, warranty ded, NW 1-4, 10-29-56. Walter Slater to J. J. Goehring, warranty deed, lots 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 18,19, sec. 3, lot 9, se...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

Mrs. .: W. oieu a from Sobey ?iis where she bt been visiting. There are more rumors a _ postoflice down the creek. Looks like the Coal Creek people intended, to Write a lot of letters, Miss Sarah Laughlin and her meth er left Saturday for Kenma3e, North Dakota. Miss Sarah will n, ain Al winter to attend school. Mrs. &Lav lin will visit a couple of weeks. Walt. Scarrow will leave for On tario next week. He says he has a new son down there. Jas. Crandell of Ambrose, Can., has " leased the coal mine and is putting tia new machinery and conveniences pre paratory to giving people good satis faction in the coal supply soon. McCABE Sotne of the McCabe farmers have been, taking advantage of the recent pleasant weather to get flax threshed, which the early snow had covered,. Martin and Julius. Lee, Harold Sor enson and Gaylord Jackson took in the Thanksgiving dance at Froid. A number of McCabe people who had not made other arrangementq met at the McCabe Union Church, where Thanksgiving s...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

y, : . A --v OL - -..-R ., • -• .! . . - { - . I. Commi Dec. 20 loses p.m. Jan. 4, 1919 200 yds. Dry Goods, assorted materials, 50 to 60Q value, Sale price 20c Many Useful Christmas Gifts on Sale too numerous to mention 1 00 CASES of LAUNDRY SOAP that MUST BESOLD 1 00 5 , VWHITE LAUNDRY SOAP DARK LAUNDRY SOAP 15 Bars White Borax Naptha . $1.00 16 Bars Diamo Laundry Soap . 98 100 Bars White Borax Naptha . . $6.50 100 Bars Diamond Laundry Soap . $6.15 This price is less than wholesale today This is old stock good and ripe and will go further than new. TOILET 'SOAP DUTCH CLEANSER 2 Bars Palm Olive Soap. . . . 2Sec One Package only . . . 12c 2 Bars Snow Flake Toilet Soap . 25c Three Packages only . . . 35c Big Reductions in Men's, Ladies and ChildrensW Shoes, Felt Shoes, Rubbers and Overshoes 'of all kinds. Come early and get your sizes picked fromn assbrtment offered now at these great sacrificing prices . Full line of metsellned and ~nmlined mitts at - We have a'few leather vests and ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

PEOPLES t 1 Entered as econd Oa. ter, October 9 at Plitywood, Montana, Uinder the bmt @l a ,R CHARLE8 E. TA. hOR. . AdverUing rates on ap plicaion. Subacription one year, in advance, $2.00; six months $ý1., Pite *O(1 Eaner. Quack. fraudalent and frresponsibi hras e aret kAlnow.inglV vIsd. ea, take it as a flvor if any reader will advise gus rospt o tbh #ºbd Yi .. doubt or question the reliability of any r~r .which attroenri- o.i. .r:nt a" FRIDAY, DMCAM : 18, 1918 The "Bow Wow . - At last the soldiers' votes have been counted, and alas, according to the reasoning of some of our friends, the opposition there must be a lot of dis4 loyalty in the United States Army. Almost 50 per cent of our brave boys voted for the league candidates. How can this be explained? The profiteers have been telling us "Just wait till the boys come home and then the League will take to its traitorous hole." Yet two soldiers froIn Sheridan .county voted for Miss Rankin;, 'wo for Landstrum; one voted for Walsh....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

LEFFUN RAL SUNDAY MRS. FRED BOURASSA VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA- g AN ORPHANED BOY: pearl Bourassa, wife of Fred died at the home of her 's father, Phillip Bourassa, is 0od, last Friday, December 6, as the result of influenza and ations, after several days ill next day, Frt- Bourassa, her d, being ill too, of the same passed away at the hour of also at the home of his father in plentywood. funeral se1'iec? were held from fhn s Undlertaking Parlors Jo afternoon at about 8:80 ger. Father Hennessey offici and interment -as made at the od cemetery. ,owere eveCral beautiful floral Swhich were given by friends relatives and the funeral was Bourassa was the second son rand Mrs. Phillip Bourassa, who the proprietors of the Grand View in this city. The young man twe-nty-nine years of age when he be;ng born at Grand Forks, N. Seven years ago he was married _ Pearl Phillips at Spokane, *n, where he and his wife re for a couple of years before re to Sheridan county about five ago, when Mr. and Mrs. B...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

-' ~ - W .p t E Xp V.' I r* - r I t "I6' t } f t t intt -ft ,. . \kilfey ril R.'ýF $tttfa Ss ' {;a,' k The Red Cross Ready for 'Peace THE following message has been telegraphed by the War Council of the Amelcan Red Cross to each one of the 3,857 chapters: "On February 10th, last year, nearly stk weeks be fore the United States declared war, National Red Cross Headquarters advised its chapters to prepare for war. That which has followed in the record of the Red Cross in helping to win this war and to relieve the suffering growing out of it, constitutes something of which every American citizen has a right to be proud. Every Ameri can Red Cross worker must feel a sense of gratitude in having had a share in it all. "The- moment is now .come to prepare for peace. Until peace is really here and our soldiers home there can be no relaxation in any Red Cross effort incident to active hostilities. "But even with peace, let no one suppose that the work of the Red Cross is finished. Millions o...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

LEA V Ifii w y4 J4 OU W A SJ·L oUR WAS"II . - r`'etlF K ,yaa c~~~~·~~:: ~~~~':.I;:"?~~ep~ . t Wants Reconstru ctio k ,uf'or Itself-Peace Co*wuluQa jWithout Farmer-Labor R tative-_Senate Fight on Reac.. .es Still Undecided-Pacik Labor Draws Up Nai m.British and French La. gainst War With Rusuia---Ir .Americans Want Ireland Con jington, D. C.-President Wil b delivered his message to con and .departed for Europe. The r was prepared for the Euro trip by several weeks of .discus. but it was not prepared for his e to congress. It is hard to de ne at this time how the country itke it. The conservative press it disappointing probably be Sthe message shows no change ini plans and because of politics, the large interests for the last months have used their publicity nreit Wilson. ere is little or no cheer in it, on other hand, for progressives and ls. Those who had hoped for a tctive program for getting back peace basis and for measures g toward a new day for the n people, are met with the su...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

COUNTY RO IP Ierant g Couant s Azm Our Excha ges and Raders MADOC Mr. and Mrs. Bill Obristenson eazter tained the following at Thanksgiving dinner: Misses Ethel Singleton, May Coughlin and Marie Singleton.. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lockrem enter tained at dinner all their children and grandchildren, als Mr. and Mrs. John Norgaard, Martin Froslin and Miss Evangeline Leer. I The child of Gus Edgested reached up to the sove and pulled a kettle of boiling water over itself. It was burned too badly to recover and died the next morning. It was buried in the Orville cemetery. Peterson, the Libby Yards auditor, was here Monday, checking up the Yard, and was very well pleased with the amount of cash business done. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid netted a neat sum at their Bazaar and lunch last Wednesday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ar buckle, a son, on Dec. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stiner were business visitors in town Monday. The many friends c f Mrs. M. Nor guard will be glal to hear of her re covery fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

ANNOUN E JI Just a reminder that it pays to keep posted o prices especially now when all merchan dise is high, and no signs of getting cheaper very soon. The prices we quote here are the regular retail price; these are just a few of the many things we handle on which we can save you alittle money. The reason we can still give you good merchandise at these prices js that we bought almost our entire stock a year in advance. GROCERIES DRY GOODS so. Lianned Tomatoes, per can...27c WE HAVE SOME EXCEPTJONAL No. 2 Canned Corn, per can...........22c GOOD VALUES. No. ?l Canned Peas, per can..............-18c Percales, all colors........................22½2c BtJI AK FATST FOODS Percales, all colors .....................27c . Percales, all colors, yd. wide, K.inklIc, per pkg. ............... ...............10e extra heavy ........................ ......31 V KIeilogs, per pkg...............................vy .............. ,ieliog'; Krumbles, per pkg.............13c CALICOES E. C. Corn Flakes.....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 December 1918

RYr~~ ·li ,f "ii "·q-~~Z-' ·:r~(l(-::· ;· :·~:Lt~·.;;' '·9~2i~:~.~4~?i~B~~&;S"~R""~L~JP~ ,~sj;· :r *.·· ~1 i, ·· ..., ;;· :·~~1 i! ;; i ·;·; :'ir ci I.-Yr I Isaac Simes, of Comerto'n, was in Plentywood Tuesday of this wee. August Aschenbacher, of Froid, was transacting business in the county. seat Tuesday. Julius Lee and E. M. Bergstrom of McCabe were callers at Plentywood Tuesday of this week. * * * Fred Umbreit, left Wednesday for Amborse, N. D., where he will at tend to some business affairs. S. E. Paul, the well-known Redstone attorney, was attacked by the flu, but is reported to be improving. * * R. C. Rasmussen and E. H. Strom bo, of Dooley, were transacting busi ness in the county seat Tuesday. $ *! 0. E. Stromsted, of Flaxville, visit ed the county seat Tuesday. While here he made this office a pleasant call. S* * Mrs. Alex Lindquist died at--her home at Scobey last week. Her hus band is a well known motor mechanic employed in the Motor Inn at that place for four years. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

", '. ....A ~ .. a. °i.'.- i" .; * '.` -' L mlý t . . ..` . . A P A P E R ..... . E FOR THE PEOP LE L5i7UME I, -. PLENTYWOQD. SH.KM N*4A, .FRA, DECEMBER 20. 1918 NUMBER 36 --: .- ... ,w a4 ... -D ~~ NORTH DAKOTA REAIY FOR GREAT REFORM Amendments Now Declared Passed Open the Road at Last for Farmer Program IBy A. B. Giibert Te now fil::ous 10 amendments t< tý con;titýtiu i of North Dakota which enable t lu majority of the vot ers there to cariy cut their plans for a better democracy, have passed. Tht< Sbeoen officially declared by th state canvass~:. beard. From the day after election thelr Ms been no doubt that the amenr gents received a majority of the rtes cast on them. Final count shows a majority of from 15,000 to 30,000 for each measure in a total vote of ss than 90,000. But taking advant ge of a court decision in Minnesota tothe effect that an amendment to the constitution had to have a majority of votes cast, the special interests d their press have widely proclaim the ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

frHowem Lumber don, . ee. s the group".E-fi.l f t1 A Unitd states, each itC ar , with the supermepioa below ji"t i flags of Freedompblm aubleui of W ship and Unity." 3 E. 0. Helgeson, udlttor of .ýii - 9 Howe Lumber Co., Was bmeie Sn -'. 1 The auditor returned hemafter ing everything in first tms shabe un der the able mana t of Jiigo b Twet. Mr. and Mrs. ItaanM wil attpi d t Masonic installation at Ambrese t evening. The flu is..getting in the comntry homes in every direction. The follow-. ing are reported: Carl Hammer, - 1 och Diseth, Ed Spoklie, Sivert Ekness, Julius Deitrich, Gunderson, Larson homes. The Misses Sorenson, Hawbaker and Meyers returned Saturday from Outlook where they wrote on teachers' examinations. Miss Sanden spent Sunday-on the home ranch. Some members of the John Rice family have the flu. Geo. Kittleson has joined the grain haulers. The E. A. Sneva family has the flu, E. A. escaping it up to date. Mrs. Rosenthal will go to Billings to visit the Otto Mann's. Pet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

o.f-thirds of the riee-tenths of its ..tically all of its Sow under public ,trol according to stat : l compiled by Harry sbed as a bulletin by r mlrshiP League of A'{'E ` The rap0 auv--uv vi Ewa ship is indicated by the tsctb cotrast to the above onty o the railways, one-fourth of phones and two-thirds of the:t graph wires under such control four years ago. ., The entire bulletin of 32, p :a devoted to a survey of the Vaios forms of public ownership thbr the world. The whole has been . ported and reinforced by stati tics r ently compiled by Mr. O. P. Auoost of the National City Bank of Y$er york. The figures are astonis to those who are not familiar with the rapid progress along these lines. Much of the recent changes i these matters, Mr. Austin says, is dae to SE* tion taken by the United States for, prior to the present war, this was the on country which had not establia~. ed the public ownership of these p4.i lic utilities. The governments f Eur.. ope in 1914, already owned pr co...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

. -- o - Entered. as ecod Clh t , (ti at Plentywood, Motiana ihde the Abi of&e OHARLE8 E. .Y Advertising rates on apo " C' omma-I S~ RI plication. Subscription be a4d ~ to- Pro-- .e one year, in advance, .duent News, BEi i ,4 $2.00; six months $1.25. - - ,P1 wood a , Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are £*t l#aowi~ly avertise i ' a 6r. wS takle it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly aihould they haue al~be-, doubt or question the reliability of ny firm which patronizes o agp v .letgl* rw FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918 The County's Future Now that the war is over, intelli gent people evetywhere are commenc ing to take stock and lay plans-lay plans for the future. This stock tak ing and planning is going on all over, the United States, all over the world, among all conditions and classes of people. Affairs, economic and political are not the same now as they were before the war and the wheels of time are not to be turned backward--eggs can not be unscrambled, stat...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

1LEGISLA t Big Groups in La godies of 6 States: South Dakota. SMARY IS SHOW$ a,,y League Candidates Wila , tet Which Are Pure Gaisl fe Organized Farmersa St Paul, Minn.-It Is now po01Sb1 te give a more or less complete sumr of the gains of the Nonpartin eague in the recent general eict:i was the first election i WdtIii t.Leagueftook part outside of N *Bkota, which it carried ti #~. Ererything the League has won out sie of North Dakota is pure gai~. following a:e its gains outside the state of its birth: Minnesota-Election of 12 senators 0d 26 house members in rural die; tricts, and an rdditicnal four senators lnd 10 house members in Minneapolis and St. pal. with the co-operation of 2rga ized 1c:b'. A11 these farmer and bor leg~sla crs are pledged to the tai farmer-labor program. Election of the clerk of the supreme court. Eection of the farmer-labor candidate for congressman in the Duluth dis bct, Carss, who defeated Congress san Mfiller, an enemy of the League and its program. The ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

4 : 30, tfx2 z rJ~aý"ý 'lýý ýz 8.8. . Moe or lCu hertmiu, 'roid viultor W e+deay. ville, was here Tuesday p3 sional business. Allen Purves proved up ~.-tihr l section, Wednesday, before Cº - sioner Butler. Mrs. Paul Fraubley of Great falls is spending the week at the ho .eA t her sister, Mrs. Ole Dahely. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ryder and Mrs. J. C. Ryder left the first of the week by auto for a visit with eaties in Canada. It is reported that Williston has a return engagements of the Flu, and among the new cases is Mrs. T. L. Purves, formerly of Froid. A seven pou.hd baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Morrison, Wee nesday night, at the home of her mother Mrs. Lars Miller. Cashier 'Peterson of the First Na tional, and his family took advantage of the balmy weather last Sunday to spend the day with old friends at Cul bertson. Mrs. W. G. Stephens returned Thursday morning from the east country where she has been nursing in several homes where the flu epi demic has been prevailing quite...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

oUR WASHIN ·- ~ . ... .. .... . . . . ... -. .. ;' . ;,,, : . ·,. . . ... Failure to Act Worries Clat'. 'Po politicians---Congresssman iBa Igsads Definite Program---C4s-. o f Commerce Crowd Plsas Raid ,bor Organizatione-Wasidiag .State Federation of Labor Pre. lts program-Baker DisappAutM .gtrists.-Postmaster General Re Motor Truck Routes Profitable Bpyond Expectations. Wahington, D. C.--Something like c has seized upon the members d cngress who feel any responsibills for the failure of the administra to provide jobs for the millions of workers and soldiers who are now g sent home. The more they ir .nt into the situation, the more ous these Democrats become. And Republicans are not getting any icular comfort out of the facts, her. They have done nothing, and t*y have not seriously tried to do anvthing, to meet the returning air ies with the certainty of work at good pay. The reason they are worried is that t charitable organizations in some jthe industrial cities are already re prti...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 December 1918

\ii' :5p ·7i F ?"AP~ L~T- i haa Swiger ws na frotz ho ea r east of Plentywood last Monday. Clair Stoner of Outlook was a visa itor to the county seat last Monday. * ** Fred Umbreit left yesterday on a business trip to the Froid country. * * * Reuben Seaberg, of Outlook, was in Plentywood Tuesday transacting busi ness. S. K. Williams of Flaxville was a business visitor in Plentywood Wed nesday.. * * Gus Olson, Outlook .farmer, was transacting business in the county capitol Thursday. Fred Umbreit returned the latter part of last week from a business vis it to Ambrose, N. D. Wallace Sunberg of Outlook was at tending to business matters in the county seat Thursday afternoon. * * * Louie Manke arrived in Plentywood from Camp Hudson last Friday. He has a claim 30 miles northwest of Scobey. * * * J. W. McGuire, one of the pioneer farmers of Outlook country, was a business visitor to the county seat Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor and baby, of Plentywood, were enter tained last Sun...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 December 1918

A P 0P M M IE I. uHERIDAN CONY, ONAA FRDA'nY ()CEMu"7.11,NUBR3 tst If F UMEz1,1 OODEYE H IRLE YCORN, GOODBYE . - , F' i rTVTI * . lE ORGANIZER MQUITTED BY JURY FREE, INDICTED FOR PO CAL EFFECT, WINS IN pERAL COURT. BY V. E. MICHEL Paul, Minn.-John V. Free, or r for the National Nonpartisan was acquitted by a jury in court here after 30 minutes' ration. Free was charged with tion of the espionage act, but in the case plainly showed the charges against Free con a political frame-up for the old purpose of discrediting s work as an organizer and to it the farmers' political orga n by which he was employed. le trial of Free was the first case the kind to be tried by a United federal court. Previous charges jiloyalty against the League have brought in state courts. The rity of these charges, which were t during political campaigns in the farmers' organization par and which were attended great publicity in the larger and reactionary newspapers, were d when they came to trial. l decision of...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 December 1918

Hans Madea had :Carl Peter oaoh press Opinioug In f(olmnu lt 4bp Farm Bureau News Anent Dom. sal of the Popalar County Ageat. The following articles appeared in last issue of the Farm Bureau News and will be of interest to the farmers of Sheridan County: Agent Expresses His Appte ciat º As it seems to have been definitely decreed by the.county commissio ers, that I shall cease to act in the capaci ty of county agent, I am making the preparations incident to such a change. I cannot leave, however, without expressing in a small meas ure, my appreciation of the support the farmers of this county have given me in my efforts to be of service to the farmers. It is largely because of this support, the whole-hearted co operation on the part of the farmers, that I regret being compelled to leave the county agent work in this county. In directing the extension activities of the county, I have felt that I should serve the farmers, first, last and all the time, for "Service to the Farmer" is th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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