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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

FOR PUBLIC GOOD. Columbia Falls Has Water Works, Electric Lights and Graded Thoroughfares. Greater Public Enterprise Than Any City of Its Age on the Pacific Slope. The tedious waiting for those enterprises which are for the benefit of the "general public," has not been experienced by the citizens of Columbia Fulls. Although less than nine months old this city has had thousands of dollars expended in enterprises which give to the citizens comforts that are very rarely found in cities a score of years old. Foremost among the enterprises of a public nature may be mentioned the system of water works that was completed by the Northern International Improvement company early in September. While the works are now satisfactorily operated and furnish a bountiful supply of water for domestic purposes, the foundation of the water supply system for the city lias scarcely been laid. It Is the intention of the company to so perfect the water works system that power may be hud for a hundred Indust...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

I ot ilng or almoat the full ordinance ) pounda required fora tenThe working of the disap- agreeably surprised H had not been ex- that the first trial would be successful, but it was said last night by Spiller, the inventor, that only a few slight changes which had suggested themselves, would be neces- sary. The carriage acts on pneumatic principies and differs entirely in the con structlon from those used abroad. The gun rests with its trunnions, on two solid arms, which are sufllciently long to raise it out of a pit into a firing position. The arms are connected by a bar, to which a piston is attached. This works ig, a cylinder placed in the bottom of the carriage. A valve connects the cylinder with a resefroir containing compressed air. When the valve is opened the air enters the cylinder, presses against the piston and raises the gun into battery. When the gun is fired the recoil forces the air from the cylinder through a side passage, closed by an automatic valve, back into ibe...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

THE FARMER’S HOME Splendid Returns for Ken of Tbrift und r.nwtry Wo ^lll the Flulhend Soli. rk Heeord of B«*nltn Rarely Equalled —An InvttlBir Field for Prac5 Ural Farmers. “Until I camo here I could not believe the reports I heard about the crope raised in the Flathead valley,” was the remark of a prosperous Iowa farmer, who visited this city last November. This Iowa fanner probably expressed a doubt that is very generally entertained by farmers of the Missouri valley who have never seen this region. In comparing the aeroage and production of Montana farms with that of their own states, such a doubt would naturally arise. But they are easily convinced upon inves- tigation. As a fanning region the Flathead valley stands pre-eminently at the head of all sections of the intermountain country. The fertility of Utah soiL;tho valley of the Jordan, famed as it is, with its'artiflcial aid of irrigation, has not produced greater mbps than the Flathead valley. We can go further, and assert w...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

Early last year a score earnest members of of tlio Indopendeni Odd Fellows be ( % got a square Wanted—A horse for his keening. Inquire at this office. For late nows and novels call at Fullerton’s drug store. Go to Ed Bryant’s place for firstolass berefagos and cigars If you want a nice Christmas present go to the Model drug store A ton of quilts for sale at the Now York Cash Bazar—pretty ones too. Try some of that ton-year-old Yellowstone whisky at Murphy & Co.’s. 1847—Rogers Bro.’s silverware— None other genuine. At Fullerton's. Land and mining law a specialty Lanofosd & Bloor. m ...,. —. For cigars and liquors of all kinds, wholesale and retail, go to Murphy A Co. You know where to got your holiday presents. At the New York Cash Bazar. For pure whisky and wines go to Murphy A Co. We buy direct from Make your wife or best girl a present of one of those fine albums at Fullerton’s. I Do you want a gold or silver watch T Reduction in prices to close out at Full...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 January 1892

r Tm* Columbian Rcacncs Moftt Homcs in tmc Flat, head Valley than All Other Payer* Combined. SubseNimoN Lists Oyen to Aovcrtiberb. ... . . . to — j 1- l THE COLUMBiAN. BusiNEas Mem. Will FIno The Columbian Job Omc* Ebuiyyed roR'PiAST-CLAta PSINT1NO OF CvESYttlN®. It [ Leads, send in Your Or- | DENS. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1892. B-A^K COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : B. Ttbbey L. a Trent, . i S. T. Hsussr, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt, Butte, Mt. Balt Laka. Helena, Mt. Kjcbango Drawu on Principal 3of the United States and Eur Cities rope. A General Banking Business Trans- Wm. RICAI), Cnmhlor. Large Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :--Lowest Prices! FIRST OF THE YEAR. Frightftrl Mine Disaster in Which Over Three Hundred Men are Involved. J«hn St»rm»a AfAln Chosen-La Grippe OeU In Itt BeArtlj Work-MonUnn Stand. Hljh on Sbeat Beet*. A special from McAllister, I. T., says Inat njgh...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 January 1892

jatDpfc. evidence t ■ j Laa no rival as a papnr la grateful for tho ^mmorous kind expressions, mid at tlio begin that The Colombian newspaper/ This ARAUIAX, LOVK SO.NU. i mndercdlWr, Jet eter near. I form 1 MX. thy Toleo T Jicar; Cohimbian. invites its patrons to send items of all kinds • improvements; and occurare of interest to tho i of the Flathead. Address ail The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont, AT catranm isMTOrricc as HETOND CLASS MAJLlLArrU. AIX ADVEKTISINO HILLS PAYABLE TUE 1ST OP KA08 MOXTH. THURSDAY, JAN. M, 1W)2. WORTH READING. '‘An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of tho year that people select their reading matter lor the coining winter months and for the coming year. The publinher of The Columbian can offer rare inducements to rending people for the next few months. 1'ui) Jl. U. ,i • *' isx To ovejy person sending $2.50 wo will si-nd to their address The Columbian from re»vii>t of order till January 1, 1893. For $3.25 we will mail The...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 January 1892

ROSE JAPFREY'S LOVER. bt UA«8irr pBWoorr btatfobd. Was there a madder little bit of beauty in all the town than Rose Jeffreys waaT Mad in hor lore of dancing, of mnsic, of dress, of lovers, of lifo| Not that she loved the km**, nor one of them. She let them love her and hover around hor for want of better. Rut the one she might, she could, she would havo loved only looked on while she danood. That night at Mrs. Baddon’s. ball aho danced as the wares dance, as lightly, as gayly, as fearlessly. She stopped suddenly—stopped just where Gordon Poumoro stood, at the conservatory door“It makes one almost giddy,” she said smiling faintly. “Quito,” said ho gravely. “Thanks, Mr. Roth. Now I am going to remember my promise for the rest of the waltz in favor of my cousin, Margaret. If you want to do her a favor you will toko her out. And 1 will stay beside Mr. Peumoro till you bring her here." “You don’t approve of nil this, do yonf" looking up at Gordon. “Oh, what a lovely air! How can you kee...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 January 1892

WEEK. os • trip Model hsviag dissolved. The ra»il service continues to be •boat m bed es ever. Five dn/s moil arrived at one time in Demereville last week, and a portion of it was forwarded here. Another day the mail oarrier between this city and Demoraville forgot the letter sack and loft lying in the postoffico. During the afternoon Harry Keith kindly offered to take the sack to Demereville and thus save twenty-four hoUra delay. Altogether mail matters in the Flat- k i no * ^nductmg head valley need stiring up, and there is plenty of work for a live inspector between Ravalli and Columbia Falls. A daaghter arrived last Thurday to of Napoleon Socord. prescription] to the market, the old firm Follow the crowd and get a square meal at the Windsor A. O. Lewi*, the east aide ranch man, had a hunt on the weet aide this Wanted—A horse for his keeping. Inquire at this office. The Leap Year party promises to be hoe of the meet enjoyable social affairs of the season. For late news and novels...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1892

Tmi Colombian Rcachcs Mom Homcs in thi Flatmiao Vau.it Than Au Qtw. in PAMNB Conbinio. Subbcniption Lists Oain to AOVCNTiaiNB. . . . •t f THE COLUMBIAN. ; DINS. -P— /, Bobiniss Min Witt Fino Thi Columbian Job Omcc Eouipaco TON FinST-CtABi Printing or Cvcrt Kino. It Liaos bind IN Your Or. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1892. NUMBERS/ BA-^STK OB' : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Hu Up, Ml. James A. Talbott, l BaUa, Ml. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Ml. B. Tibboy : : Butto, ML L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, ML Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. •Wm. It 1C A. I), Ciuiliicv. Large Aseortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-iiOwest Pricosl BedBonSetsinMleuYariety, Center Tables, Easy and Bocliii Chain, Bed Spring Mattresses and Pita F. W. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Avo. Columbia Falls. : Montana. A. Y. LINDSEY, * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AMD—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1892

OF THE WEEK. OB » trip Model A daughter arrived hurt Thunlaj to enliven the boroeofNfpoleon Sccord. Take your prcecripUou] to the Model drug atore. Mr. U now conducting Um Palace meat market, the old firm haring diasolvod. Follow the crowd and get a equaro meal at the Windsor A. O. Lewie, the oa*t side ranchman, had a hunt on the wwt side this Wanted-A home for his keeping. Inquire at this office. The Leap Year party promisee to be hoe of the most enjoyable social affaire of the season. For late nows and novels call at Fullerton's drag store. Stages are now running around the lake, but the regular bains on the Great Northern has left little travel by the stage route. Frank Langford left this morning over the Great Northern for Helena. He will be ataeot about three weeks. Judge Coo tin is also on a visit to the capital. Go to Ed Bryant's place for firstclaas beverages and cigars. Mayor Clifford, George Stannard and W. H. Kirkham, of Demersvillo, were in the city Monday and Tuesday. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1892

BOSK JAFFREY’S LOVER. BT HARRIET PRMOOTT STATFORD. Wm them a madder littlo bit of Ijeantj in all tho town than Rose Jaffrej-s waat Mad In hor lovb of dancing, of music, of dross, of lovers, of lilol Not that sho lovi>d tho lowm, nor ono of them. Sho lot them love her and hover around her for aunt of hotter. But tho ono sho might, aho could, aho would havo loved onlv looked on while sho danced. That night at Mrs. Baddon’s l)a!l aho danced as tho waves dance, as lightly, as gaylr, as foarfomdy. Sho ■topped suddenly —stopped jiut where Gordon Ponmoro stood, at tho conservatory door. “It makos one almost giddy," she said smiling faintly. “Quito," said ho gravely. ‘•Thanks, Mr. Both. Now I am going to remumbor my promise for tho rest of tho waltz in favor of my cousin, Margaret. If you want to do her a favor you will take her out. And I will stay beside Mr. Penmoro till you bring hor hero." “You don’t approve of all this, do yont” looking up at Gordon. “Oh, what a lovely airl ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1892

The Columbian JOHN W. PAOB. A Weekly NKirafAPEuDKVOTEDTO THE ‘ IXTSXMTS or THE Fi.»tiiihd - ui'iu ^y 0 "- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, er mail: Thttw WfflU* p« >WU- u> «n» P- a a Jdr^v Tfcn* Mui.Ua. in .J Ccol». Tux Comuhuas invitos ili patrous and friomlM to send itom-s of nil kinds regardiiu” improvemonts, ntld occurrence* wni< - h nre of intwr(«t to tho poople of the Hatheod. Addross all letters to Tar Coumbuk, Columbia Falls, Mont. at mrami talu ro»TO»ri: aixuici ci.tn i«.m. jlItte*. ALL ADVERTISISO WILLS WTABLE THE • : .r; : 1ST OE EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. U, TOT2. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. ■' It is at this tjmo of tho year that pooplo select thoir reading matter for the coming winter months and for tho coining year. Tho publisher of The CounnuAX can offer rare inducements to reading people for tho next few months. llODt/ A tl • ' >ii To ctcpr person sending 52.SO wo will aend to thoir add reds The Columbian f...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1892

</< {+•> * » V « • Thc Columbian Rcache? Mom Homis in thc Flathead Valley than All Other Rarer* Combined. SubBCRimoN Libts Open to AoVcRTiscn*. ... 4 THE COLUMBIAN, SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1892* Business Mcn Will Find THC Columbian Jo* Equippco ro« Fir«T.« PmsTi’ia or Evinr Kind. It Lcao*. Sc no in You A Or. i BA.N'K T ffity ;.w f . COLDMBiA FALLS. Columbia Pallfl, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, X E. Gaylord. B-Tibbaj L. C. Trent, • : 8. T. Hausc-r, : : Buttes M ■•Butte, Mt. • Butte, Mt. . . Butte. Mt. r Salt Lake. ' Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on of the United States and Principal Cities Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. ■Win. HEAD, C«»I>W. -FMIIIHE- Large Aaeortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Pricesl BMBsmSctiii Mess Variety, Ceitff Tallies, Easy aid Bictii Clairs, Bel Sprisys, Hailresses ail Pillovs. F. W. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Are. Columbia Falls....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1892

A LADIES’ AFFAIR, ion atrip to at the Model ' the Mat edat Tub Columbian the ico is now one of exports. Sully red German aoeks in six feet of news and novels call at drug store. There will bo a meeting of citizens at Main & Co.’s store Friday evening to consider some important matters. All are invited. Take your proscription ^ to the Model drug store. Twenty-fire cents for round tnis is the fairy toll at Columbia Falls. A four-homo team or foot passenger the same price. A mishap of some sort happened on the lino samowhere, as the train due yesterday morning did not arrive hero till last night. Ranchos and citv pronerty for sale. .Bargains constantly on hand. A. Y. IiEinaxT. Follow tho crowd and got a square meal at tho Windsor Postmaster James Kennedy has purchased the ico house of Ramsdell Bros.,'and will cut a largo amount of tho fine ico now obtainable. Railroad men say that more freight is unloaded at Columbia Falls than at any other point in tho Flathead vallqy. It ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1892

THE PRETTY TYPEWRITER. BT JlIfXA KATBAWK* 0»ES!l. It wui a mynlory to pio, but not to the other doctors. They took, as was natural, tho worst possible view of the matter, and accepted tlio only solution which tho facts seemed to warwant, Bui they are men, and I am a woman; besides I know tho nurse well, and could not beliovo her capable of willful deceit, much loss of tho heinous crime which deceit in this case involved. So to mo tho affair was a mystery. The facts wore those: My patient, a young typewriter, seemingly without friends or enemios, lay in the small room of a boardinghouse, afflicted with a painful but not dangerous malady. Though sho was comparatively helpless, her vital organs were strong, and we never had a moment's uneasiness concerning her, till one morning when wo found her in an almost dying condition from having taken, as wo quickly discorored, a dose of poison, instead of the soothing mixture which had been loft for her with the nurse. Poison! and no one, not e...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1892

**>T P. O. AddmM. p*r \mr. Thb Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurreneos which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Coluuhiax, Columbia Falls, Mont. at coccnu FALLA rosTomai AA AXCOXD CLAM HAIL S ITTEA. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PATABLK THE 1ST Or EKCH MONTH. THUBSDAY, JAN. 21,1892. Worth reading. An Offer^You 'Cannot Afford to Overlook. It ia at this time of tko year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of The Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To every person sending J2.G0 we will send to their address The Colux si ax from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 wo will mail The Columbian and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 wo will send to any ad dross The Columbian and the Chicago Weekly Times unti...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1892

The Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Flat- head Valley than All Oth- er Papers Combined. Sub- scription Lists Open to Advertisers. ...... f a THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1892. BAlISTK : OF COLUMBIA-FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : Jam on A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, : S. T. Hausor, : Butto, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt, Salt Lake, llclona, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. ItKAX), Outlier. Large ABaortment,:-:- ~ :-:-Latest Designs,:-: . :-:Lowest Prices! M Boom Set! in Ento Variety, Cater Tallies, Easy and Reeling; Chairs, Bed Springs, Mattresses and Pillows. THEY WANT HONOE Democrats Who Hanker for the Presidential Mantle to Fall l'pon Them. Ctartland and Hill Will Fl*ht Tliclr Political Bald: to a Grand Plntth. F. W. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Avo. Columbia Falls. : -Montana. A. Y. LINDSE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Yfti Tgm McGratlo wm in twn Tuesd*r. • Follow Uio cbmkI and (f»'t» »quan' moal at U>« Windnor An oiogaht piano arrived at the rasidonco of C. F. Fullerton last week. Take your prescription to tho Model ditig atow. : Adam Bradley ond H. V. Sheridan of the cast side, wore in town Sotur‘W- ! * Fresh lino of candy at tho Model drug store. Judge O’Donnell of XUtspell,waa in (own Tuesday, the interested spectator «t a lawsuit Wanted—A horse for his keeping Inquire at Uas office. The town has been full of lawyers the past few days. Legal business is hairing a boom. Land and mining law a specialty. Laxofobd Si Bloob. A. G. Lewis of tho east side, hasn’t stopped laughing yet over a little trick that ho and Benton Sellman fixed up ou J. E. Lewis. For late news and novels call at Fullerton’s drug store. Two sleigh-loads of people will go to the FainrieW ScLool house tonight. A protracted meeting has been going on there, with many converts. Order your beer of Murphy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1892

; Jui avALahchI of buffalo. BT CHXILXa BOLUS BBilSABD. It wma »w»j back'in the 60b, 1856, I think, when a body of topographical engineers, making the preliminary Burrey* for the Union Pacific Bailway ncrosa the continent, where the region of the North and South forks of the famous Rirer Platte, meandering in what is now the western part of Nebraska. The ralley of the Platte was remarkable. There stretched away from either side of the stream vast areas of nominally level land broken only by gulches ranging from 60 to 100 feet in depth, yes, and sometimes more. The gulches were not dignified by the names of canons, a name which distinguishes the water cuts in the lofty rocky formation in the mountain regions, but were made by the wearing of the water in channels cut in the prairie soil by floods from the distant hills. One day, after we had just successfully crossed the river, and proceeded up along the North Fork a few miles, we were called to a sudden halt. The scout's quick ear, ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1892

The Columbian. JOHN W. PAOm A Worn N*ww*mD*Tor»otoTur Ixrtum or tub Furaxit) Bniox. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: F.O.A<l<lr««*. tw-KVi.-;.—- r. r.» sx people of Uio Flathead. Address all letton to The Columbia:*, Columbia Foils, Mont sxmxo AT COLCMKA FALLA rOATOTnCB A» UCOND CL ASA MAIL MATTBS. AU. ADVEimSIS'Q BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THT7BSDAY, FEB. « 1892. WORTH READING. An Offer Yon Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of The Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To every person sending J2.50 we will send to their address The Columbia!* from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 wo will mail The Columbiax and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. ■ For $335 wo will send to any ad dross The Columbian and the Chicago Weekly Times un...

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