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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

Times-Regkter and Sentinel. PUni.IHHKD KVKflV THURSDAY. I Tlio Biggest Buk iu this old world hi the humbug. But out*of Tlllett'e deputies, armed with a search warrant, wouldu't 11 ud the semblance of humbuggery iu the shoeB that M-c-N-K-A-C-E, 14 East ampbell avenue, sells. M -C-N-E-A-C-E doesn't let his dollars get. cold. He turnsover his money iu a hurry. He-sells solid leather footwear at short profit end re-iuvests. His winter stoca of shoes for men, womeu aud children, offers many rare bargains. SCHOOL FUNDS APPORTIONED. The total aiuouut of the 8tate School Funds upportloue/1 to Roanoke county for the school year of J 1907 08 in, from apportionment No. 1, J $8,418 10, aud from apportionment t No 2 $0,iWi.tMi, making a total of c 12,778.70. The superintendent. of C HChoolH haa distributed these amounts ? anion); the various school districts of s the county as follows; t School Apportion- Apportion- e DMrict . I'opulatirm. m*nt Xo. I. inrnt jVo. 2. I'rt taw Int.... SHI * 10 .88 ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

mm f c> - . SLAYERS OE WOMEN One can hardly pick up a daily paper without seeing some I hucIi headline art "Shot Hisl k Wife and'luen Himself," "(Jut tils isw?>et heart's Throai," "Kill ed Girl Recause She Refused to Marry Him," etc. No crime it* more common than woman slaying. In most cases the murderous fool is a young man, u degenerate with no control over his passions, no check on his miserable vanity and selfishness, no fortitude, no manhood, no courage to meet even imaginary trouble. He is simply a vain, weak, cowardly creature, selfish, vengeful, mean aud vicious of heart. Sometimes the murderer is au older man, but not often. Murdering women is usually the crime of young men. What wort of creatures, monsters, perverts, is the country producing? Formerly the murder of a girl or woman shocked the c uutry. Now the average k' reader reads daily, with little sense of shock, of helpless girls and women being shot down oy cowardly beasts because some whiiuor d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN OrriCEKMKALRM W. C. T. IT. President.?Mm. Mlinah tfobbe Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. L. M. Leo, Mrs. A. N. llrown, Mrs. Julia Hroliecker, Mrs. K. H. , Moore, Mrs. W. H. Koblasou. Keipordlmr Secretary,?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Kuprrlalrmlpuls of Department*. KvantfeUmn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Oboacbain. Florence Orlttonton Home. ? Mrs. K. It. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Uravcly Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. \V. 11. Whltesoarver. Work atnoiiK Soldiers anil Bailors?Mrs. <1. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Hed Letter Dsy.?Miss Maggie Wbltcsoll. Buniluy School.?Mrs. J. T. I'enn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. ftii* timkvksoistsn and Bbstinbl, at tTteir request lias placed a column at the disposal of the earnest ami faithful women of the VV. t! T. ITtiion who will have entire charge of it. and lie res|?oiisible for all nisttsr therein It promises to be an interesting rnuire in mr ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 January 1908

|Pf^ , * - f"; wmm SOMECRUOETHOUGiirS-PLEAS ; ANT EVENING REVERIES. . . ft, Column lYoilicattMl to Tlr?Ml >1 others u<* Tlioy .loin Tho Homo Circle. To Wayward Sous Anil Daughter*. Sons and daughter*, listen while we tell you something. Do I you know that your actions Rive away tho fact that you nre ashamed of your good old father and mother? Now what have they doue that you should be ashamed of them? Thoy have worked hard and gone without luxuries that you might wear good clothes,obtain an education and enjoy yourself while young. It was their intention to giv? you a good start iu life, to lit you to cope with the world; but it has uot had that effect. It has simply given you the "swellhead." You have "got it bad." You have come to think you are I . better flesh and blood than comI mon people, and that in allowing I . yourself to associate with the * old folks you are doing them a 5 good '"avor. Of course they are. I - in a great, measure, to blame for I this....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

'' ' " *? " 'jl SIBCE1T DEPMTIilT bHW2>-1 J begins friday 24? t Catawba Buckwheat Flour, i Everythlnjr In WIIITB CSU009 no reduced jjl New Orleans Molasses, "W W f f Sorghum Molasses, (Stonsalihrtteh iF/W-%%'-I ? a?J.,orvj-oii&ouooro I* 1 1 I 1 11 I I ?louember it>, 003 <> Inhnifnn hi k 7r.ru f? 1 Roasted Coffees and Teas /"/"V \ t I- & /W H V /I'' : ' " ' . v Ai;onts r?>r Holeproof Ihulery , t* I'llOUPT dm<1\ hRV. l'HONB si. ?' anil Uoyat wurct'stm Cumoiu . VOLUME 42. SALEM^ \M RGINIA, niUlLSDAY, JAM AUY 23. t'JOS. NUMBER AA GEN. LEE'S MOTHER Hurird Hoforo His Itirtli?Ureal Strategist of tlu? Civil War Nearly I.ost to the ConTetlerate States Through Remark-1 alilo Case of Prematura l?i-j torment?Other Similar Cages. I The one hundred nnd first anniversary of the birth of General Itobort K. !.? ? . recalls the little known fact that he was born more than a year aft* i J.is mot hoi Inxt !&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

_2 HAPPY HOMES. A woman may do her level best to make a happy homo for her husband and children but if she is treated as a slave and only given her board and clothing in payment for her services as mother, wife, cook laundress, nurse girl, chamberniai<I and seamstress, is it any wonder that little or no happiness exists in that homey If a mother spoils her son pampering and waiting ou him all the years of his childhood and boyhood, and making him think that a mau should always be waited on by the woman of his household, it is not strange he expects a wife to do the same and that in all likelihood, she either wears out in a few years of such sorvico, or else becomes bitter and disheartened? There are very many reasons why a I t r 1 _ ? aomt) may not oe iounu a nappy ono and the happiness found therein depends fully as much on the husband as it does upon the wife. Wo are often told that in every true and ideal marriage both husband and wife must learn to bear and forbear. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

| I11 1 ? I READS LIKE FICTION Man's Iteuson Restored After 50 Years. Worcester, January 18.?The ' strains of the same anthems he played fiftv years ago vibrating again through his clouded brain may restore the reason of An urew r. Johnson, who halt a century ago lost liis mind because he was spurned by his sweetheart. During the lapse of years his mind has been a olank concerning the happenings of his youth. It is only when he is seated at the piano or the organ of some friend in t^uisigamond that his reason appears to return. People who know him best say that his mind is gradually becomiug normal again and believe that in time his reason will return entirely. For twenty years Johnson has led the life of a hermit He has just lived iu a shack so small that his feet protuded through the door when he lay down to sleep, lie has few friends and shuns acquaintances. He has a particular antipathy for women. One day recently, in a blinding storm, Johuson went to <^uinsigamond to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

r 4 $iuirs-$eg PIJI1L18HBD KVRKY THCK.S Salem Printing and O. n. DBNI' W. W. McCLUNO. II Subscript! One Year .... Nln?< Mouth* ..... Hix Month* ..... Three Month* ... . . ! PHONt MIKES POINTED INQUIRIES. , . . . I Among the .numerous inquiries ilnjjy received by \V. II. Tinsloy, the well known Salem real estate agent. i whs the following from a gentleman at'Tenino. State of Washington, yestetday : "'I write asking you lo tell ns the particulars of Salem. Virgini u and the adjoining country. I notice in your pamphlet you give the pictures of several residences for sale, but no prices; we would like descriptions and prices of small farms near Salem, also. Is it mostly the rich white people that live there and hire negroes to do thnir work? Are the laboring white people looked down on or classed with the colored I race? We have three boys, how about work in Salem? What wages ari> paid, or are there two negroes for every jolfT Tell us about those "/ negroes, anyway...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

1 j! i\ . Times-Register and Sentinel. t'Utll.lSH ED EVBHY TIIUK8DAY. A in on <ln t In* Uatiui Laws. Hon. A M. Howmau.of this couu'y, offered in the Housh a bill which materially amend* the present came laws, in that it aboslutely forbids the sale of quail or grouse within the State at auy season of the year. The obvious purpose of the ameud tueut is to protect theso birds, aud to break up what is commonly kuowu an |IUV II1II111IK, UUt OppOHUIOIl In likely to Krii>e, not ouly among those who hunt for profit, but froui those who purchase i lie birds. forTale. 1 Driving lior.>c, buggy Mini harness. I 1 Oue-horse wagon and harues*. 1 One-horse plow. 1 New double-shove! plow. 1 Oue-horse tooth harrow. 1 Oue-horce uinwer, new. 1 Cutting knife. 1 Grind atone. 1 Cro?< cut aaw. 1 I.arge ofllee stove. Hoes, rakes, cradle, etc. Well rope and tub. 1 Organ and other household furni ture. 1 Young Jersey cow. I Pair thorough bred Poland ChiDa hogs. W. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

11 J GREAT EVIL, j ? >ur race groans under evils, and carries burdens heavy to he borne. Soaio of these may be; , . traced back to the first sin, and | are beyond our control; but most of them are of our own produc| a-u l may be arrested by a j j resolute act of the will, or by j aids which come from ntluir I sources. Two evils now fill the laud j and world which art) of human J invention, aud are sustained by human authority. One of these is alcoholic drinks and the other is tobacco. Of the latter we will say a few words. This has grown and overspread the nations of the earth till now it cbailenges observation, reflection, and the exercise of enlight ened conscience while looking the facts in the face. Such is its extent that many millions of acres are occupied in its growth, producing millions of tons' annually and costing the human irace fifteen thousand millions of dollars. How appalling such a state of things while want and suffering are all arouud uh. Yet this enorm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

.V E > ?8 ? W. C. T. U. COLUMN OFI'ICIKM NAtliN W. C. T. V. Pre?l(!?iit.-Mr?, Mlmali Mobbs Day. Vlc?-rre?it1cnW.-Mni. L. M. Lvc, Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. W II. Dlllanl, Mrs. K. K 4 Moore. Mrs. W. ||. Kobltisoii. IteeordtnK Secretary.?Mm. ?. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mm. W. li. Whitescar ver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. A. Ferguson. Kii|>crlMlen<lrutM of ll?|mrliiirHls. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnchalti. Florence Crltteutoii Home.? Mrs. E. 15. < Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyUravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. n. Whltescarver. Work aniotiK Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. <1. F. Moyer. Soelal MeetliiKS and Red lietter l?ay.?Miss Maggie Whlteseil. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Pent). Literature?Mrs. F. P. Campbell. [Tiik Timrs-Kkoistkk and Hkntinkl, at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <5 T. Union who will have entire charge of it, aud be responsible f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 23 January 1908

" fHT FAMILY CSrIEF SOMF CRUDETHDUflHTS?PLFAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A. ('iiIiiiiiu l>e?lif?ted to Tiretl >|.?tli'>rs ns Tlti'V .1??in Tiii' tioiiiit Cirele. I' Alt H I'Oi.THV. Mi. Kiiitoi :? Will yon kindly give ' i>: iv m your Home Circle depart- j n ut I'or a farmer's wife tu "speak ? her pi.ee." To lu't'.in with. we all j enjoy yont Home Circle column an<t : find tniich in i' 11t i i is iimTiiI as I well interest iut- Of laic, however. while we fully agree with ' most 11 in t appears in this department. we litive r-ail a few items re- | ^raiding the lieautics of life on the! form wi?h which \v differ. Where i is I lie of farming' "Tell' me. ye winded winds," or :ui> one * !>? w ho can. for we really ask for information on the subject. We have heard of. a person living all his lifetime in sight of a most beaut iful Inndscup', hut ha tiev.'r .saw the lieauty uoi dreamed of such a thing ail his *it tent ion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

IkumS f ^ ffiri - 22 !Oirliie Good's wMicfAWHn Aim #^CIJMkWI' %#jl-** /VUkJUv^ssvksr ANU II I VI III ' New things arriving every day PERFECTION1 ??V/ ^ 1 I and specially priced tor this sale Quality up to the Hlalioat Standard or M. ' y* WE OIVE VOE THE PKOKIT m (excellence. PRICKS HIG HT. I jfl ? *i !>?/.. Sample Towels at hKKk *19034 K* W > ;I JUIIuUuUlL lidl! Vx lull f LU. I SSJtt A??nt8 for Holeproof lloelery ' fj fj j ^^ aii'I Koyul Worcester CorsotH VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908. NUMBER^ \ r __ 'i . ... NATIONAL AFFAIRS. ______________ A? Interesting liutlget of News From The Nation's Capital. IKroin our regular correspondent.* Washington. I>. C.. Jan. 28, liios. It is the old story. Just as the Republicans seem on the verge of getting into a rtfu nnd the Democrats of getting together, the Republicans get together and the Rem-, ocrnta get into the row. It has been 1 the case with the nrosnective ficrht for tli?' control...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

2 tFgraceful girl.1 1 How (ilrlM >lny llecomo CJraceful mikI Thereby Attractive, ] Have yon ever noticed the great amount of admiring attention which the graceful girl attracts? Even although she may be very plain or moderately good-lookin g. and not prettily or smartly dressed, there is an air of natural superiority about hrr wliirli furthK hi-r mwiii rttir im tice. This ?u periority, of rour?o, j iios in tin- fact that the graceful 411 Is know how to correctly poise her body; how to walk aud sit becotuiiigly, and con sequent lj*, no matter what she wears or what her features may be like, she always appears* to the. I jest advantage. A plain girl who knows how to stand, move, and sit with ease, is far more admired than the b >auty who is clumsy and awkward. .Some girls, of course, are naturally graceful. Hut there is 110 reason why those who are lacking in the respect should not add to their charms by carefully cultivating the art. I An erect carriage, a grace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

??? % i THE FAMILY CIRCLE.; sniviF r.RiinF thoughts -pi fas vviiib vitvub IIIUWUIIIU i bi<nu ANT EVENING REVERIES. \ A Column DodicnUMl to Tired Mothers as Tliev Join 9 The lloute Circle. TUB HONEYMOON. I'Vw will admit that tliey need ;?n> j advirc in tin* honeymoon; f-*wer still will take it Most young people J think. "Well, it is hard it we may j not he left to ourselves at such a season!' And yet. perhaps, if vv.? took the experience of the many on this subject, they would admit that the honeymoon has been the time or all others when they have been the least able to help themselves. It is too much to say that during ' those two months the happiness or the misery of two youtiR lives is tery nearly set tied. Well, perhaps that is too much to say. for errors anil misconceptions may he lived down, and habits may be formed or broUeu after the honeymoon, in the course of years. But stil much is often decided, we will not say in the first few months, but even in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

f 4 l'('III.ISHKI) RVEHY THUHS Salem Printing arid C. D. DBNI W. W. McCLUNO. I Subscripti Oue Year Nino Month* ..... Six Mouth* Three Mouth* ; . PHONI Unci" Keinn* desctib's th* Georpla brand of prohibit ion as "A barrel in the cellar; a bottle in the pocket ; and music by Gideon's band." And still that Georjria paup which opposed prohibition is not happy. What more could they ask? * Too had that Sal"iv? forpot when she called . Hoauoke's bachelors "crusty old thinjjs," that it was motley in her "socks" if they mar ried.?Itoanoki' World Oh. pshaw t You can't bluff us that way. neighbor. There's no market here foi 'cm. "It is folly.'' said Mr. Judsoii Harmon, of Ohio, in his Nashville speech, "to rail at the trusts and pursue them with fines and injunctions while we carefully ehcrish the law which Ireeds and fouls them. The way to stop a prowth is to -to at the root of it." Now, there, is the solid unvarnished truth, and no way of getting around it. "It is currently stated." says the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

Times-Register and Sentinel. t'UULIHIIBD KVEKY THURSDAY. The IMgKcxt IIiik iu this old world is the humbug. Hut one of Tillett'a deputies, armed with ? search warrant, wouldn't find th< semblance of hnmbuggery iu the shoes that M-c-N-E-A-C-E, 14 East Campbell avenue, sells. M c-N-E-A-C-E doesn't let his dollars get cold. He turusover his money Ui a hurry. He sells solid leather foot wear Ht short profit wud re-invests. IIis whiter stock of shoes for men, women and children, oilers many rare bargaius. Will Mnke it Host in The State. Cotiuoiliuau Joliu E. Slmuk said to a representative of this paper a few daya ago that If the Salem people would be patient in overlooking temporary defects in the lightingsystem, so recently ins'alled, he eotild assure us that wheu the present plans were fully inaugurated Hud carried oat, whteh would he done as speedily as possible, that Salem would be the best lighted town in the state of Virginia, sod that the rates for the lighting would be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

rAlilS ABUUI rULK; Maryland farmhouse wher Jiduiti Booth ami his brothers live* for sometime, near Behtir, is uo\ used as a summer boarding house. Waller A. Kelly, a blind lawyer o St '.ouis, Mo., hiss announced him self as the Democratic candidate fo the ollice of Lieutenant-governor o hie State, llis sight was destroys by an aeculent when he was 11 year old. 1 ! > is now 28. '.'apt. lionald Amundsen, the die cov-rer of the Northwest Passage anr.outtced on Sunday that he wouh head an expedition which will star in l^lu for the North l'ole. He wii stn-t on this trip from San Fruuciso and will go through tin' Behriri) Strait. K\ Gov. .lames K. Yardumau, o Migsisippi, luta made a definite an oouucement that fie will re-enter th field <?f journalism. Within the nex ten davs the Governor declares th< first copy of his paper will appear It Hill lie printed in .lackson am will start as a weekly pending tin wording out of the plans for a daily Toy Morton, th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

W. C. T. U. COLUMN orrKlRKftNAM'.M W. C.T.V. President.?Mre. Mlmali Hobbe Day. ^ioe-l'rwM'tonte?Mm. L. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Ilrown, Mre. W. B. Dlllanl, Mre. K. It Moore. Mre. W. H. Koblnsnu. Aecordtnir Secretary.?Mrs. (1. K. Moyer. UorreepondInK Secretary.?Mr*. W, 11. Whltoectarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. a. Ferguson. Mupcrlatendcntn of l>r|iitrliiirniN. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Otxmchaln. Florence Orlttcuton Homo. ? Mm. K. K. Moore. , Medal Contents.?Mra. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission,?Mrs. W. It. Whltcscarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. <5. K. Moyor. Social Meetings and Hcd letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whitesoll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mm. K. S. Campbell. - ? fTiis TtMrvKioirrtu akd Hkntinei., at their requ*st has placed n column at the disposal of the sarin st and faithful women of the W. ?1 T. Union who will have entire charge of it, and he responsible for all matter therein It promises to be an interesting feature of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 30 January 1908

M PICKPOCKET." "liooil-byi1. M:ibt*l. take c?r.? of , >u ir>ill." >;ii I tin* fu sy woioiii. ki^Miip lire piil otnv mote. "1 will.-" laiiphod tlti* pirl i-... i: i. War, tlldl'il I In- woman ill :? stupe | whi?)nr. (ti ll could hav been heard . iu 'i.i' oilier i Mil of (t|i- car. Kcntelit- | Ul." " ) II not lorpet. : 11 t ?*.' * replied j ) ??.- i' I Sin* rlutclii'il her hnnd-hip upprc- j lien?ive|y ill the mention of tlie din- ; n.on U. .--iid I smiled 10 myself :il I he viinuoi nl way she had liet rayed (licit hi.ii'l : place. II there had lie 'ii a pickpocket on Oie (rain he eouH'iit have want 'd :i ln'th'l tip. after III.- iriin slurtel I fiiizcd h'io-s t In- i-le - i Maliid nil could scarcely conceal my admiration. She ' lull) 11 perfect face and I thoupht I to ver had seen a more innocent or ! <i) iriiiin.' will-. Al' the sin< an I sor - 1 anv.s of life hud left h a untouched. 1 thoupht, and sighed al the refh'Cnon that I ...

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