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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 July 1918

MEN CLLED FAOR EODIZTO JULY 23, 19 ffm m g Order No. Name. Address. Order No. Na0e. Address. jrder N o'..N i .A d e s 5 Corbin, Arthur C., Poplar 9 jarstad, John, Finley, N. D. 1169 O'Hara, Chas. J., Redstone 116 Letter, Richard R., Redstone 1351 Mendenhall, Edm.nd D., Julian r97 Schalbetter, Edward, Outlook 1431 LaMotte, Marian.A., Scobey 1448 Milligan, Malcolm B., Pl'ywood 1533 Chabat, Dunar, Wolf Point i 94 Skrivan, Vincent J., W. Point 1627 Salmonson, J., Glenburn, N. D. 1700 Martin, Phillip, Sunserry 004 apriNiger, Geo. F., Madoc 1815 Lanpugnaud, Gensippi, St. Pl. 16 Doomnier, Fred W., Poplar - 2300 Danielson, Emil P., Hutchin son, Minn. 2354 Shorley, Cecil P., Durbin, N.D. 2355 Linner, Louis, Wolf Point 2?66 LaBrants, Simon G., Flaxville 2376 blulaairo, Abraham, Helena 2385 Ward, Eimer, Whitefish 2387 Carlson, Emil C., Rosholt, S.D. 2402 Lillemo, Severn, Wolf Point 2408 Anderson, John, Poplar '415 Hanson, Everett W., Lost Wood, N. D. 2421 Yeager, John E., Jordan 2427 Lee, Magn...

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. — 19 July 1918

L LOCAL NEWS John Krasner was visiting at Medi cine Lake last Monday. - * ** When a man goes "snipe hunting" at night he ought to carry a light. * * * Clair Stoner and G. C. Bantz were county capitol visitors early in the week. .* * * J. M. Chance, a well known citizen of Redstone, is in the county seat this week serving on the jury. * * * * Rodney Salisbury, the well known Raymond grain buyer, was in the county seat Monday and Tuesday. * ** Ira W. Worley is in Chicago, where he has been summoned as a witneds in the I. W. W, trial taking place in that city. * ** Cashier Arthur Reuber of the First State Bank of Outlook, was a busi ness visitor to the county seat the frst of the week. * * Judge John A. Mathews, of Town send, is holding court for Judge Hur ly this week. Judge Mathews is a candidate for Supreme Court Justice on the Democratic ticket. * ** E. E. York, of Outlook, wps in the county seat Wednesday and Thurs day, attending to fining his' papers preliminary to becoming a can...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 July 1918

F PRODUCN A PAPER ,OF THE PEOEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL V. Number 51 VOLUME I. PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1918. NUMBER 15 _ ir .. i iC 'l· l i i l FEDERAL AID FOR THE DROUGHT VICTIMS Congress to be itioned for Assistance--Men from Sher idan County Attend Meet the business men and the Farm Bureaus of the Northern counties of Montana were represented at the :neeting of the State Council of De fense at Helena, July 23d. The pur pose of this meeting was to discuss the critical situation arising from the drought in these northern counties. Federal aid must be asked for and at this meeting, this matter was dis cussed and delegates electd to go to Vashington to make an appeal to congress. The Farm Bureau of this county was represented by E. W. Anderson, county agent, and the business men of the county i.ad the following men present: R. E. Patch, Poplar; Otto iamstad, Poplar; Arthur Rueber, Outlook; H. W. Olsen, Scobey. At the meeti...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 July 1918

COOL DRINSFOf Walk in and sit down - We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahl OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver Received A Car, Load of BarbedWire This is the Last Car that will leave the fac tory this year--so buy while buying is. good! "SATISFACTION," our Motto Plentywood Auto & Machine Shop Let us do your work: All our work is Guarandted Come in and see the Kolsonmo tire Guaranteed for 3S,oQ milles, _ WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIRES . Heavy Machine Work. and Trac. tor Repairing, Blicksnithing and Oxi-welding, Expert Auto Re . - . r 1 I . I I j ii i _ . . . . . . ir IIt [1 1Our Sipecial con-espondent Washington.--The price of men's wi)str suits is on the gallop toward a minimum of $50. However, the woolen section of the war industries 'board: has its feet. braced against the dashboard and is yelling "whoa" at the top of its lungs. "P! ofiteering is the only cause for the flurry," said H. E. Peabody, chairman of the section. "Outsiders have...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 July 1918

Weekly War News Digee Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the Unite Sgatea and on the Battle Fronts, From Washington, D. C. INSPECTORS WILL CARE FOR HEALTH OF WOMEEN ii alth of women workers in mu rnition plants will be looked after ,by women health officers who are to be trained under the direction of the VWo,en's Division of the Industrial Service Section of the Army Ord inance Department. An eight weeks' course of study for carefully selected women health .fficers has opened at Mount Hol yoke College, Mass. The course is under the general direction of Dr. Kristine Mann, health supervisor of the Women's Branch of the Ord nance Department. The staff of lec turers and instructors include welt known specialists in physiology and tjrgiene, physical education, factory organization and labor. Women taking the course are col lege graduates or of equivalent tech nical education. Almost all of them have had experience in dealing wit-: working women. First requirement for admiss...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE PR6DUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE COR_inuing the OUTL O PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANRMY, PUBISHER Application made for entry as becond dclas m er, trtthe postofi.ce at Plentywood, Montana, under the act of March 8,;Aprtt1 9118. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. " Quack, fraudulent and Irresponsible.rrms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronises our advertising columns. FRIDAY, JULY 26, .1918,. What Is Patriotism? Since this nation entered the world conflict we have read a great deal about patriotism. We have been confronted with as many classes of it as there are differ ent classes of people. One would think after h...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 July 1918

FOOD ADMINIS TRATION NO( S EW MEAT PROGRAM FOR MONTANA Bozeman, Mont.--Conservation of eef is now the program confronting he citizens of the United States and he attention of the people of Mon na is directed to restrictions made ecessary in order to supply the re uirements of our army and the al ed armies, not forgetting the civil opulations of the allied country. To fill the demands it is necessary or all hotels and restaurants to cat own their serving of boiled beef to wo meals weekly, beefsteak to one real weekly and roast beef to one eal weekly. Householders are not orgotten in this plan of campaign s it is their privilege, to reduce their -eekly purchase of beef to 1Y lbs. f clear beef or 1 2 lbs. of beef in luding the bone, per person. - This is he announcement made by the Fed ral Food Administrator Atkinson oday. These changes are rendered ecessary by the changing enditions n shipping and consequently by the aat.ets available to the allies, and he increasing demands for our t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 July 1918

LOCAL NEWS wN - G. S. Lasater, of Scobey, was in 'Plentywood on legal business Wed- I nesday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Clair Stoner, of Out look, were in Plentywood Wednesday morning to see the soldiers entrain. * ** Lars J. Gronvold, from Fertile, Minn., is here for an etenxded visit with his nephew, J. C. Gronvold and family. Mrs. Arthur Rueber and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson, of Outlookc, were in Plentywood Wednesday morning to bid the departing -apdi rs goodby. Mr. and Mrs. August Gibson, well known farmer, of Raymond,. were in Plentywood Wednesday morning to see Louis Manke, a brother away with the soldiers. * * * Olaf and Adolph Grouvol4, accom panied by their Uncle Lars, autoecl from Canada and spent Sunday with their brother, J. C. Gronvold, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lundeen were in Plentywood Wednesday morning to bid Mrs. Lundeen's brother, Iner Jacobsen, who is one of the draftees, goodbye. * * * The candidates endorsed by the Nonpartisan League are perfe4 ing plans for a co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 August 1918

HO N JEANETTrE% Jm INMV A P R 0P y PEOPLE, M Y TIE PEOPLE OUTLOOK PROMOTER V.L V. e VOLUME 1. WOOD. SHERIDAN CON T, MONTANA, FRIDAY. A T 191 NUMBER 16 JUDGE AMIDON'S CHARGETO JURY Famous Federal Judge Delivers Stinging Re buke to Parasites In the Federal court at Bismarck last Friday, July 26th, Federal Judge Amidon, presiding at the trial of J. 1k. Brinton, general manager of the Consumers United Stores Company, on a trumped-up charge of sedition instigated by enemies of the United Consumers' Stores, delivered the fol lowing ringing charge, setting out real law, to the jury trying Brinton, and which jury acquitted Brinton on " the first ballot: "We have heard almost everything discussed except the issue in this law suit. You may think that when you bring in a vErdict in this case you are passing on whether Brinton at Gar rison made a good economic discus sion or not, whether he properly di sided his time between patriotism and the discussion of the stores whose establishment he was...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 August 1918

50 ~4 - ' THE IaLLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietoms Robt. R. Kahie OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver t* ecew7Ei A Car Load of Ba b &Wir e This is the Last Car that will leave the fac tory this year--so buy while buying is good! "SATISFACTION," our Motto Let us do your work All our work is Guaranteed Come in and see the Kolomo tire Guaranteed for 5,000 miles, WE ADJUST OUt "OWN Heavy Machine Work and Tra. * tor Repairing, Eftlcinifithinig d Ox~ii~eding. Expert Auto Re. pairing. ~HMBSTEMDMONTANA R AS NG T Washington, D. C., Aug. 1.-Will it (.e nat nA epital *e death blow will be dealt efforts, to capital Ize. jýioti .mtr ~p4iit ~P~ .4)bserverW heres- boginming ro see a break, in. What m4ght. be called the consdiiption of intellect.` The hys Fteri that shouted "disloyalty at any on5 who differ o on I m the :.tr die con h the Snena tor Reed of Missouri flayed this y . d admonished his Felt s ainst denying the right 6f h to senators who might dittcr from the najorio3. He said:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 August 1918

Weekly Ware Stores of Activities and Conditions T iand on the Battle Froktas, ! VOC IONA'.L SCHOOL OP EED FOR BLINDED FIGHTERS KEturning blinded soldiers, sailors, and marines are being received now ocad tional inst ruction and re for fo at Hospital Training hdiool, General Hospital No. 7, the former home of Mrs. T. Harriha faret, at Baltimiore, Md. The hos <,alise outfitted to accommodate p;al s and has large recreation fl(ds and an exftensive acreage in. ZrardelS. Cdol. James Bordley, of the Surgeon General's office in charge of. the re edion of the blind, has announced the appointment of 0 H. Burritt, of the Pennsylvania Institute for the In struction of the Blind, as the educa tional director of this Army hospital taning school, with Miss Jenny A. auner, formerly designer for the Massachusetts Comnission for the hnd, as a reconstruction aide. Miss turner has been working with the returned wounded soldiers at the walter Reed Hospital, Washington. The blinded soldiers from over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 August 1918

THE PRODUCERS ES A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE P MO f 11 (ontinaing thea OutmL n Ot PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPASY, , - - 1 2. Application made for entry as second clas matter, at the postoffice at Plentywood, Montana, under the act of March 3, 1879, April 19, 19W CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 687, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible Srma are mot knowiagly adwvrtlsed. mad we wIn. take it as a favor if any reader will advise us pwomwptl hebd thy have oe~.a to doubt or question the reliability of any £rmn which patroaies our advaetidmg eeirns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918, The Ballot Box J. N. Tittemore, who was elected President of the Wisconsin State Union of the American Society of Equity a few months ago, has the following to say to Wisconsin farm ers that should be of more than or dinary interest to Mont...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 August 1918

:.' ;.jMt clipped f*6Oa 'k Cýuim~t'O1&aglU4 According to informatio}. coming from local people who hav#` been jn other parts of Montana and in Noi-ti Dakota, folks who live in . this part o the state the year rounw4 do not realize what a paradise they have. One has full opportunity to appre cute what it means to liye in the Outlook district, however, ahter' spending a few days on a trip in any ejrection they may go. A. G. Ueland, who went to South St. Paul last week, returned here on Wednesday of this week. Mrs. C. H. Nau's many friends will be pleased to learn that she is im proving at this writing. Don't forget the dance at Andrew HaC,'s farm Saturday night, Aug. Ord, for the benefit of the Red Cross. Banker A. Rueber drove to Cut bertson last Thursday and from there went to Helena, the capitol city. Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kos key, on Thursday, July 18, a bounc ing baby gill. Mother and child are doing nicely. Opheilm Observer.-Leo Lincecum, prominent Thoeny farmer, was a...

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. — 2 August 1918

LGAL NW Anton Solbery was in town from Fi his farm Wednesday. in ti * * * tour A. O. Erickson was in Raymond wee] Monday of this week. * * * A John K. Borg, of Westby, was in Un the county seat Monday. (Gaj * * * busi Mr. and Mrs. John O'Grady were in from the farm Sunday. A * * * the Garr Lindberg is now employed at erai the Antelope butcher shop. * * * Mart Sandvig, of Midby, was in the county capitol yesterday. Vla * * * iete Stuart, of W estby, was in on Flentywood on business Wednesday. ele' * ** Ed Wunderlich, of the Outlook country, was in the county seat Sat- m Il urday. att S* * Vel Bruce King, of Comertown, was a liti business visitor to the county seat Wednesday.' . * * * , n Jess Stuller, the well known a kroid real estate man, was a county of seat visitor Monday. col * * * er, Editor Burly, Bowler, of Antelope, was observed upon the streets of Plentywood early Monday morn. co * * * ye Frank M. Young, one of the old- w, timers of Medicine Lake, was a w caller at the coun...

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. — 9 August 1918

THE E _ A PAPER OF TH gPy@Lg BYTEPOPLE, POR TUBE PEOPLE Cant inug the OqTLOOK PROMOTER VOL VI. Number VOLUME I. PLTYWOOD, SHERIDAN NiMA CUNYMOTANA, FRIDAY , AUGUST9.91. ]UDGE BOURQUIN' SCORES PROFITEERS SAYS "I WANT WEALTH WOBBLER" HAVE GREAT ADVANCE OVER THE OTHER KIND Courts of law and their judiciary have established a reputation, in most instalnces deserved, 'for conser vatism, for standing on precedent for supporting the present order. it is, therefore, the more encour aging to find here and there a judge who appears to recognize that old concepts are rapidly giving way to new ideas and who recognizes that out of the present chaos is coming a new morality, a morality based, not on a sense o1 individualism, but on the idea of social duty and justice. We urge upon our readers a care ful perusal of the appended decision of Judge Bourquin in the case of the United States vs. The Sootless and Smokeless Coal company. It is a classic from the legal stand point, and extremely interesti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 August 1918

coOrL DRINKS FOR;ý Hot jI., Walk in and sit down *We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors t1 Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Save' Threshers' Supplies Belting Tank Pumps Cup greases Hose and Guaranteed Pullmore Belting WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES FOR THE THRESHER AND FARMER Rob't. R. Kahie Dealer in Hardware and Furniture OUTLOOK - : MONTANA "SATISFACTION," our Motto Plentywood Auto & Machine Sjop Let* us do your woric All our work is Guaranteed Como in and see the Kolsonto tire Guaranteed for 5,000 miles, WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIRES Heavy Machine Work and Trac tor Repairing. Blacksmilthing and Oxi-welding. Expert Auto ft.. Have Your Broken CastingMeddR OUJR WASHINGToN LETTER Washilett .D 0, Aug. , 8.--A M Teat topic in Washington is the Na tonal Nonpartisan league, which has P egicas °s ia ,lv wetertk states. W :t ag tit ls attr*cted the at- n emsz fi s se~ ~s .tl4tb( war ti Ls~ Forced the 'adoption ot fh orts p Maota 4ea on a nation...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 August 1918

DESOLUTI SAGE 'BHHEP4L RLSULU1TIONS ADOPTED' BY THE NONPARflSAN LEAGUE CONFERENC We, your C ommittee on zcesolu tions, report as follows, and move the adoption of the Report by the Conference: We are involved in the most gigan. tic war of all history-a war for De mocracy and Liberty against Auto cracy and Slavery. There are two kinds of autocracy -political and industrial autocracy. There are two kinds of democracy political and industrial. Political de mocracy has but one purpose, the ea tablishment, the lepalization and the protection of Industrial Democracy, which means the free exercise of the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; full and equal opportu nity to labor and to possess and en joy the fruits of that labor to the iulj--equal rights to all, special privileges to none, both politically and industrially. Political Autocracy means the pri vation of the "right of a people to determine their own way of life and obedience.' Industrial Autocracy is the deprivat...

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. — 9 August 1918

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF T1fl)PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR TIE PEOPIL Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR. PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Application made for entry as second cass matter, at the postomce at Plentywood, Montana, under the act of March 3, 1879, April 19, 1918. " CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, . Montana. Quack. fraudulentend irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any osmdsr will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronsles our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918, Frendly Towns What kind of town dpes the farm er like? In the Nonpartisan Leader Professor A. B. Gilbert, formerly of the Iowa State Agriculaural college, answers this question. "First of all," says this ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 August 1918

MONTANA WAR SAVINGS SO CIETIES The number of War Saving Socie ties regularly chartered by the Treas ury Department in America has now reached the 100,000 mark. Montana stands third in the whole list - of pro-rata for the number of War Say ings societies. On July 1st our State had 1057 chartered War Saving. So cities, with an average membership of 30 or a total membership of 31, 710. The entire membership of War sayings Societies in the country in excess of 5,000,000. All these five million are pledged to save regularly and loan to the Government their savings. They save not only money, but material and labor as well. We are unable to say what amount of money this large Army of Home Soldiers loaned the Treasury, but judging from the returns in Mon tana we ;now it is a vast suw. Of the 225 societies in this State which reported between May 23rd and July 1st,. representing a membership of 6,s00, there were 5,624 or 82 per cent of them buying stamps during this period of five weeks. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 August 1918

EXAMINER'S NOTES The books of the county treasurer I are written up neatly, promptly and J efficiently. The treasurer was instructed to is sue cigarette licenses for the period of one year and to discontinue the practice of issuing licenses for a less period of time. We note the Treasurer's Monthly Balance Book has not been signed by the county cleri. The treasurer's attention was called to this matter, and he advised that he would have the same signed up to date, also In the future. Your attention is called to the con dition of the. Indemnifying Bonds of the following banks, which have ex pired, and at time of examination were not replaced by continuation certificates or new bonds. FIRST STATE BANK, WOLF POINT Western Accident & Indemnity Company, expires June 1, 1918 ........................................$5,000.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, SCOBEY Western Accident & Indemnity Company, expires June 3, 1918 --------------------------... . ...$5,000.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, BAINVI...

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