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NEW PERKINS HOTEL
NEWS ITEMS THE
Special Summer Rates
T h e S p in o lo g ia !
Of General Interest
Crop Shortage Will Be Offset
by Higher Prices This Year
One? Human Spine
I d 1000 Is Perfect.
If you are Sick your Spine ia out
o f alignment. After a thorough spinal
examination I am able to tell you all of
your physical troubles, without you
telling me, ami with my Mpt-ciftcal
Spinal Adjustments and your aid as per
my instructions, I will invigorate your
system with renewed energy. No med
icine, vibrators, electricity, massages.
Only Spinal Adjustments. 5000 in and
alaiut Portland I have relieved and
cured. All Female Troubles and chil
dren's ailments reached by my system
regardless o f age. 1 will tell you which
Kye or F.ar, whether Catarrh o f the
Nose, Bronchitis or Asthma. Whether
you have had Fever or Lung Trouble,
Liver or Stomach, Kidney or Bladder
weakness, Piles (blind or Itching), Con
stipation, Luinbago, Rheumatism of
Arms or Legs, Dropsy and Varicose
Most all Skeletal Deformity
N!n* peart In Portland. The only
system to bring nerve life to all para
DR. GEO. S. BREITLING
Clou *07. /Wmir Sthaoi of Chirupntctlc. ¡kw*n
Res., East 2454; Office, Main 8608.
Royal Building, Broadway and Morrison
Office hours; 10 to 12 a, m .; 2 to 6 p. m.
Sundays and Other hours by appoint
Oregon Hernia Institute
Rupture treat**«! m rrhanLally.
High« «t U** ti mon i ala. Ren
ault* a o aran tew'd, ('all or writ«.
JOHNSON A U M B AR G E R
411-412 Aliâhr Building. Portland, O regon
G ra n u la te d E y e lid s ,
Eve» inlLmcd bv e«|>o-
sure t o Sun, Oust and W In*
uirkly relieved by Maries
teUemedy. N o Smarting,
|uit Eye Comfort. Ae
Your Druggl*«*« 50c per Bottle. Murine t)S
Druggiiu or Murloc Ijc Beact'y Ce., Chicago
Getting It All.
The doctor told him he needed car
bo hydrutca. protetds and. above all,
something nitrogenous. The doctor
mentioned a long list of foods for him
to cat. lb- staggered out and wabbled
Into a Penn avenue restaurant.
"How about beefsteak?" he asked
the waiter. "Is that nitrogenous?”
The waiter didn't know.
“ Are fried potatoes rich In carbo
hydrates or not?"
The waiter couldn't say.
"W ell, I’ll fix It,” declared the poor
man In despair. "Bring me a large
plate of hash." Pittsburg Post.
For any cut
When to Make Concessions.
When a man knows ho is In the
right he should stick to it, come what
may, unities his wife Insists on having
her own way. Philadelphia Inquirer.
V e a l, P o rk ,
B e e f, P o u ltry ,
B u tte r , E g g s &
•arm P r o d u c e
T o the OUI Reliable Everding house with a
record o f 46 year* o f Square Dealings and l*»
a« mu rod of
Top Market Prices.
F. M. CRONKHITE,
45-47 Front Si..
A U TO WRECKI NG
P ART S FOR 1-2
Fart* over 60 mnVos anil models. at half the rear*
ular price. Huy your used auto porta from an
old-established ami reputable dealer, who haa a
reputation to protect and conduct* the largest
part* «tore and carries the largest complete aa-
aortment o f uaed auto part* o f any company this
aide of Chicago. Our pricea are lea*, and for this
reason we outsell all nthera. All part* are guar
anteed to he in flvat-claaa condition.
MOTOR PARTS MF6. CO.
323 - 325 - 32 / IUNNSIDE 31 , PORTLAND, 0 $.
P. N. U.
No. 28, 1916
WHEN writing to •JnrtlMm.
tins tfcl. pen*
.1 m m
Washington, D. C. - The monthly
bulletin of the Federal Reserve board,
issue«] this week, diss«'uxsing business
comlitions o f the Pacific Coast, says;
“ While the crop* of this section will
l>e less than the average, due to dam
age by late frosts and drouth, the
farmers and fruit growers will lie pro
tected from loss through the greater
prices which they will receive for their
Peach growers who last
year permitted their crop* to rot on
the trees because of the unprofitable
price* prevailing are this year con
tracting to sell their product, which
will he 40 to 60 per cent o f the aver
age, at more than double the prices
prevailing at the same time last year.
“ The damage from the frost to ap
ples and (tears in the Northwest ha*
been quite serious and general hut the
prediction is made that notwithstand
ing this the year’s crop will exceed
that o f 1916.
This yeur's grain crop o f the twelfth
district will be from 20 to 30 (ter cent
less than that of last year. This short
age ia duo to the unusual drouth which
has prevailed during the spring in cer
tain (tarts of California.
decrease in acreage is reported from
the Northwest. It is asserted that the
carry over from last year’ s wheat crop
in Oregon ami Washington equals 20
rt> 40 per cent o f last year’s crop.
“ Mining during the past year has
been the most profitable
within this district.
The next most
profitable one has been livestock.
“ Recent rains in Idaho have greatly
benefilte«i the grazing lands.
wool and rattle are all bringing high
prices in all o f the states o f this dis
trict. Dairying is also prosperous.’ ’
Representative Sinnott Now
. Wears Oregon Jackrabbit Fedora
Washington, D. C.— High-grade felt
hats can l«e manufactured from the fur
of Oregon jackrabbits.
This is no
longer s theory, hut a demonstrated
fact, and Representative N. J. Sinnott,
of Oregon, is today proudly wearing
the first and only felt fedora ever man
ufactured in the country from jackrab
Last winter Mr. Sinnot discovered
that felt hat manufacturers were em
barrassed because their supply of Ger
man rabbit fur was cut off with the
war. It occurred to him that jackrab
bit fur might be substituted and he
sent to Oregon for a consignment of
These he turned
i over to the largest and best-known hat
! manufacturers in the East, with the
request that they experiment with the
rabbit fur ami determine ita suitabili
ties for hat manufacture.
The jackrabbit hat seems to be the
c<|ual o f any $5 felt hat on the market.
I It is of fine, soft texture, smooth to
the touch and clear in color and grain.
Members who examined it pronounced
it a first-class headpiece and one that
ought to command a good price in the
Mr. Sinnott was told by manufactur
ers, who entered upon the experiment
with some doubts, that the Oregon
jackrabbit fur made a much better hat
than they had anticipated.
learned from them that jackrabbits to
l>e valuable for hat manufacture must
j be killed in the winter months, when
' the fur is heaviest, and must come
from the colder portions o f the West.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
C o u rt R o o m , Sin gle, 75c; D o u b U , $1.
O u trid e R o o m , Sin gle , $1; D o u b le , $ 1.50
, 4 / 2 F e e t
Portland .— Hay — Eastern Oregon
timothy, 1230424 per ton; valley tim
(Math dmv IU k « ineiutled)
othy, $180419; alfalfa, $14fr$16.
R o o m » w ith P riv a t« B ath, S i n g U ,
Miilfeed— Spot prices; Bran, $2604
$ I .SO; D o u b U , $2.00.
26.60 per ton; short*. $290429.50; |
(Whvn you !(*•*fiater A
lha Clerk fur
rolled barley, $31.600432.60.
Corn— Whole, $37 per ton; crock-
A u to Itu« Maeta Trains.
AH Car* from Union I>*pot Paaa Our Door*.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 76c04$l per
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Cor. Washington A Fifth Hi* . PORTLAND. OKK erste; cabbage, $ 2042.26 per hundred;
garlic, 10c per pound; peppers, 26c
per pound; eggplant, 10c; horseradish,
84c; lettuce, $1041.25 per crate; cu
cumbers, 75oi.$L15 per dozen; spinach,
SIXTH AND EVKKETT STS.
4046c per pound; asparagus, 75c(c$$l
Four Block* from Union Station. Under n«w
per dozen; rhubarb, 124 c per pound;
management. Ail room* newly decorated.
(teas, 3 o;4c; cauliflower, $1.26 crate;
SPECIAL KATES BY WEEK OK MONTH
celery, $1.10(^1.25 per dozen; corn,
Kate* !Mk. 75c. S I. $1.50 Per l ) ay.
660476c per dozen.
— S ix fe e t th r o u g h at base, 4 fe e t
Potatoes— Old, $1.60041.65 per sack;
c h e s th r o u g h at to p , five 'e e t a b o v e
new, 20424c |ier pound.
G ia n t S tu m p in g
\ Onions—California red and yellow,
$3048.26 per sack.
P o w d e r d id a cle a n jo b , ta k in g o u t
Green Fruits—Strawberries, $1.260$
Day and night c tosane. Expert training
ro o ts a n d all w it h o u t te a rin g a b ig h o le
1.76 per crate; apples, new, $1.60 per
In repairing. driving and machín«* work,
including forge. lath«», «haper. drill prema,
in th e g r o u n d .
F a r m e r s w h o h av e u sed
box; cherries, 40410c per pound; can
tractor*, **tc. Timo unlimited. COMPE
taloupes, 90c04$3 per crate; apricots,
TENT CIIA U F I KUKM ANO M ECHAN
th e m k n o w th at
IC:! SU PPLICO
$1.36041.76 per box; peaches, 76c04
$1.10 per box; figs, $ 1041.60 per box;
raspberries, $1.60(^1.76; plums, $1.10
<gjl.2K; prunes, $ 1 . 26041 . 6 0 ; loganber
If you esnsot o m * to
f-urtlsnd to K»‘ t your
1PIN IG ---- A G R IC U L T U R A L .
ries, $ 1 . 26041 . 6 0 ; blackcaps, $1.2604
*-y- « Altod. I will ««rid
1.50; currants, $1.25041.60.
you my mvthod o f u*«t.
and work. T h ey save money
ins « y « . by moll
Eggs — Oregon ranch, current re
d«*i r.M « to. pur t«n-
because they lift and heave as well as shatter, and go further than
ceipts, 22c; extras, 234c.
ul « . r v k . but murti
high explosives that merely split the stumps. T h ey save time
tjrttrr thouiroititf with
prices; Oregon ranch, candled, 244$
out u I m m *. i i 1 ■ - J ur
and work because they get out the stumps— big or little, green or
trying to fit ytwr—ilf.
dead— in a condition easy to handle, “ I get better results from
Outfit ««ill on «I-plication HTAI'I.KS. 0 ». Jow.
Poultry — Hens, 14c; broilers, 160$
«i.r-0|rtirUn, ¿ ‘ O fi Morriaon «t. I'urUsod. Oregon
Giant Powders than from any other powder I have used," says
174c per pound; turkeys, live, 200$
A. E. Adkins, W oodburn, Ore.
21c; turkeys, dressed, choice, 23($25c;
riS K TEACHERS AGENCY.
ducks, 120$16c; geese, 90$llc.
There are two Giant Farm Powdert, both made especially for Pacific
T.nrhora for nil kind, o f t«aching poaitlon*.
Butter — Cubes, extras, 24j c bid;
Prompt rapliaa to all inquiries.
W , furniah Uta
Coast farmers. Eureka Stumping Powder is most economical for dry
boat 1 « lichera for all poalUona, Hand add roa- and prime firsts, 24c; firsts, 23c; seconds,
work and Giant Stumping Powder saves money in stump blasting in wet
a r will mall you full ^articulara. J. N. K1.LIOTT,
■oiL Try these two. Compare them with the powder you have been
22c. Jobbing prices: Prints, extras,
61« Journal Bldg . Purtland, Dragon.
using, and you will always use Giant in future. Write us and we will
27(a29c; butterfat. No. 1, 27c; No. 2,
have uur nearest distributor supply a trial case at the lowest market price.
The War Children of Paris.
Veal— Fancy, 10c per pound.
How beautiful they are, the war
Five Blasting Books FREE
Pork— Fancy, 100$104c per pound.
children! How well cared for, how
Hops— 1916 crop, 80411 c, 1916 con
Better ways of removing stump* and boulders, making
thriving, and how showered with love!
ditches, planting trees, and breaking up tne subsoil are
Their prolonged siestas In the Bois or tracts, nominal.
described in our five illustrated books. They were written
Wool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 23 (ft,
In the gardens have freshened the
for western farmers, to meet the conditions that ycu have.
bloom of their cheeks. Their Immacu 26c; coarse, 304<432c; valley, 300$33c.
Write us for the book on the subject you are interested in.
Cascara bark — Old and new, 4c
late pink and whiteness seems to tes
tify to the girl mother's loving care of pound.
THE GIANT POWDER CO., Con., SUSk Saa Francisco
the now sovereign baby who for two
Cattle—Steers, choice, $7.60048.20;
“ Everything for Blasting **
years has had no rival. The mother's good, $6.75$$7.25; cows, choice, $6.25
Branch O ff teas : Seattle. Spokane, Portland, Salt Lake CUy, Denver
entire time Is devoted to His Majesty, C($26.50; good, $5.50<$6.25; heifers,
the baby, nor is ho ever forgotten ex
cept occasionally when her thoughts $4046.60; bulls, $3046; stags, $4.60046.
H og s— Prime light, $8.20@ 8.60;
wandering to the absent one, she
traces in the baby's dimpled face the good to prime, $7.750$8.10; rough
sometimes fugitive, sometimes strik heavy, $7.500$7.75; pigs and skips, K i l l A l l F l i e s ! " " ¿ ¿ S T 4
ing resemblance to his soldier-father. $6. 6 OO 47 . 10.
Placed an yw h ere.D a isy Fly K iller a ttr , .ta and k ills all
ita l, convenient, and cheap.
Barred moments these when in the
Sheep— Yearlings, $60$6.5O; weth
k L a s '.s s ils s a s o a . M o d « i
twilight the curly head and downy ers, $5.60046.50; lambs, $60$8.25.
t r f iM l s I .r i a t 0*1.1 or
; u p owe. r ; w ill DO« o o il • »
Paid for But
cheek resolve themselves into the pale
T a jtir a o n r t h i o e . G n a rojs-
l a d a b c t i f t . Ask for
te r flie s , In
or sunburnt features of one “ some
D a is y F ly K ille r
where in France."—Cartoons Maga As Wheat Season Advances
z ir s
N e w H o u s to n H o te l
Portland Y . M . C . A. Auto School
More Grain Bags Are Needed
Start the year by getting Hanford's
Portland—There is more inquiry for
Balsam. You will find frequent use grain hags now than at any time this
for it. Adv.
season. Sales are not much larger but
buyers are showing decidedly more
Gypsies Use Automobiles.
abandoning interest in bags, and sellers believe an
It is the
horses for motors." says the July Pop active market is not far off.
ular Mechanics Magazine. "A band improvement in crop conditions in the
of about 40 of these nomads recently Northwest that is causing the inquir
visited ColumbuH, Ohio, traveling in ies to increase. The rains of the past
ihr. r oo v ifSd automobiles which had fortnight have led all gTain men to
been purchased a short time before. raise their estimate of the wheat crop
Each motor was fitted tip in true gipsy and they are now figuring on a yield
fashion, and portions of the tops were
painted In the bright colors character of 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 bushels
istic of the familiar gypsy wagons. larger than they expected early in
In all, three families inhabited the June. This condition naturally has
three cars. The sage of the group produced a firmer bag market. Local
was a woman 75 years old: the young- quotations are still around the 12-cent
est of the children was three months mark, but there is not the probability
of a decline that dealers faced a short
The Best Liniment.
The entire coast crop is growing in
For falls on icy walks, sprains and
bruises, rub on and rub in Hanford's size and there are no more bags in
Balsam of Myrrh. Apply this liniment sight than there were. A s a California
thoroughly und relief should quickly authority expresses it, for every bag
in sight two will be needed. In Cali
fornia, Os here, there has not been
The Usual Way.
much buying by farmres in anticipa
Out of a letter that came to us the tion of crop needs, but this is a con
other day we grab this little hit:
dition that cannot last much longer.
You can tell a man your troubles.
Much was heard earlier in the season
You can weep and moan and wail.
of bulk handling o f grain, but it is
New Route Proposed.
You can tell him you'll go bankrupt,
evident now that there will be but
That you’ll maybe go to jail.
Klamath Falls — A new road to
little relief for the situation on this
You can tell your inmost secret.
shorten the distance from Eugene to
You can bare your life's one blot— score.
Klamath county points and to make a And he'll say: “ I want to help you.
new route for tourists from that sec
But what assets have you got?"
Road Increases Capitol to a Million.
tion bound for California, is being con
— Detroit Free Press.
sidered in this city. Arrangements
Chehalis, Wash.— The Cowlitz, Che-
have been completed for taking the 1
halis & Cascade railway company in
"That fellow's got his nerve with supplemental articles o f incorporation
question up with the County court next
week at its regular July term.
The him !"
has increased its capital stock from
"W hat's.the matter now?”
present route from Eugene to Crescent
"He actually asked me to lend him $100,000 to $1,000,000. The name of
is via McKenzie Pass and Bend, a dis- a couple of gallons of gasoline until the company has been changed to read
tunoe o f 170 miles.
The pro [wised next Saturday.”— Detroit Free Press.
as above, instead o f the Chehalis,
route, in connection with the old mili
Cowlitz & Cascade. The company has
The Smile of Serenity.
tary road, would make the distance |
a large crew at work all along its 22
from Eugene to Crescent 109 miles and
miles of projected line rushing its
would have the effect of routing the
work and expects to have the road
southern-bound tourist through Cres
"Maybe he's an optimist and maybe | completed to four miles, southeast of
cent via Crater Lake and Klamath he's a diplomat.”— Washington Star.
Onaiaska, near Salkum, by fall. The
Falls and on into California via Tule
i Chehalis Mill company has its plans
Lake road, through the Modoc lava
all completed now to su sh work on its
; new 76,000 sawmill in South Chehalis
j at once.
New Coast Line Hinted.
Sales Plan is Sirccess.
Cottage Grove— The fact that sever- j
Kennewick, Wash.— Encouraged by
al routes from here towards the coast
the success of the Konnew ick-Richla.nd
have been tentatively surveyed and
Marketing union, which shipped and
that it is known that owners o f large TO D O ITS W O R K
bodies o f timber in the vicinity o f Lo- j
sold this year 95 per cent c f the straw
rane wish to find a cheap way o f get- | N A T U R A L L Y -
berries grown in this region at an av
ting it to market, leads to the belief
erage price to the grower ol’ nearly $3
that a railroad from here in a westerly NORMALLY -
per crate of 24 pints, the growers at a
direction is a possibility o f the next
public meeting here last Saturday per
few years. The extension of the Ore
fected plans for a similar permanent
gon Pacific A Eastern in this direction
organization to handle the raspberry
was announced about three years ago,
crop, asparagus, gooseberries, cher
but was abandoned on account of the
ries, early potatoes, and, possibly, the
stringency o f the money market.
peach, pear and apple crops. New by
laws and constitution were approved.
Record Mortgage Filed.
Some Grant Crops Damaged.
Astoria — One of the largest mort-
gsges filed in Clatsop county for many
Canyon City, Ore.— Unsettled weath-
years was recorded this week. It was
\ er conditions have prevailed through
S ' IS NATURE’S out Grant county for the pa. it two
given by the Crown Willamette Paper
company to the Continental & Com
“ FIRST AID” IN j weeks. Considerable rain has .fallen
j and has caused damage to some «Tops
mercial Trust A Savings bank and
Frank H. Jones, o f Chicago. It covers
STOMACH OR | and much inconvenience to sheepmen,
who are in the midst of shearing o oer-
all the paper company’s extensive tim-
berland holdings in Oregon and Cali
B O W E L DISORDERS I ations. The first crop o f alfalfa is
fornia and was given as security for
ready, but owing to the weather c on-
$6,000,000 in 6 per cent bonds, issued
ditions, the farmers are delaying the
by the company.
■ T R Y
I T -
cutting until good curing weather.
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MASOLO SOHIBI, I M D*Kal« A n ., S m h l,., S. T.
museums, art-work, study purposes and
private collections. 6c to $7 each paid.
8-pp. folder FREE. Easy outdoor em
The reading class was in session ployment.
and the word “ furlough” occurred.
Miss Jones, the teacher, asked if any
little girl or boy knew the meaning of Box 244, D 108.
Lo* Angeles, C«L
One small hand was raised.
“ Furlough means a mule." said the Farm Machinery Driven By Motor Car
To enable a motor car to be used
“ Oh, no, it doesn't,” said the teacher.
“ Yes, ma'am.” insisted the little for driving various kinds of machin
girl. "I have the book at home that ery, a convenient, although wasteful,
power-transmission jack has been de
Miss Jones told the child to bring vised by a Minnesota man. Two paral
the book to school. The next morn lel shafts carrying dish-shaped rollers
ing the child came armed with a book at either end are mounted on a heavy
and triumphantly showed a picture of timber frame which supports them
an American soldier riding a mule, several inches above the ground. This
forms a cradle for the rear wheels of
under which was the caption:
"Going home on his furlough.”— a machine, permitting it to run
smoothly and without any strain on
its working parts. A pulley held at
For sore feet rub on Hanford's Bai- an end of one of the shafts receives
a belt that is extended to whatever
machine is to be operated, as. for in
stance, a circular saw. A car is run
At the Top.
Justice Hughes was talking about onto the rollers by backing it over
planks forming a track laid parallel
the American business man.
"It is his hard and endless work," with them.— From the July Popular
said the justice, "which puts the Amer Mechanics Magazine.
ican business man at the very top of
the tree. He doesn't know the mean
"Messenger service is mighty good
ing of the word leisure.
"A little boy said to his father, a out my way."
millionaire business man:
“ Yep. No delay about messages
” 'Pa, what's a leisure?’
"The father looked up from the en consigned to us. Our place is near
velope on which he was figuring with the ball park.”—Louisville Courier-
his gold fountain pen, and answered: Journal.
“ ‘Leisure, my son, is spare time
After the Honeymoon.
that Providence affords us for clean
Wife (angrily)— What do I get for
ing up various jobs of unfinished
doing the cooking for you? Nothing!
work.’ ”— Boston Transcript.
Hub— And what do I get for your
doing the cooking—indigestion.— Bos
“ Pa, is your business an unrefined ton Transcript.
"O f course not. daughter.
makes you ask that?”
“ Because 1 heard you telling uncle To and from all point* on household floods, pianos,
about your gross receipts.”— Baltimore and automobiles. Information cheerfully sriven.
Pacific Coast Forwarding Co.,
REDUCED FR E IG H T RATES
How It Happened.
"Strange, one of your twins is HIDES, PELTS. CASCARA BARK,
blonde and the other is a brunette."
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
“ Well, we never could afford a maid.
I washed one child and my husband kt want M too have. Writs for pricts and shipping rags
washed the other, and that one grew T hi H. F. N orton C o . f«rtt*«d, or».. s««tti», w*
up dark.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
Belle— Harry says he is for fair
elections all the time.
Nell— Yes, Harry always did like
Fabulous Country. *
“ What Is this Never Never Land?" U
"That's where the good cooks come
from.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dooble Tread Pmicturi Proof Tires
Mode from your old ones. Last Ion*
as Brand New TIRES Write u*.
OREGON VULCANIZING CO..
650 Washington St»
Bought. Sold. Rented and Repaired
WALKER ELECTRIC WORKS
Burnside, cor. 10th. Portland. Or«.
DR. KORINEK S D ISTEM PER REM EDY
is soothinsr to the orsrann of breathinsr *nd is a won
derful remedy for coughs, colds, sore throat, catarrh
and heaves, and when fever is present it removes it
quickly without injury to the animal.
Dr. Korinek's Cali Powder
iralls. sore shoulders, wire cuts and old ulcerated sores.
Dr. Korinek's Absorbent Blister $ C " i 2 5 2 li l
of spavins, rinjr-bones. side-bones, lumpy-jaw In cat-
tie. bony enlargement* and promotion: the ripening pro
Any of the following remedies will quickly correct any of the ailments for which they are
DR. KORINEK’ S COLIC CAPSULES.
DR. KORINEK S WORM CAPSULES.
DR. KORINEK S KIDNEY CAPSULES.
DR. KORINEK S TONIC CAPSULES.
DR. KORINEK S FEVER CAPSULES
DR. KORINEK’ S PHYSIC CAPSULES.
DR. KORINEK’ S DIARRHOEA CAPSULES.
Ask your dealer for Korinek’s Remedies. They are guaranteed. Or write direct to
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