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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 January 1901

'ty. .. /.V IW- f.nwa^ •Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers- Lowest Pi Ices. Satisfaction Guarantee or is on Da?. G-IBSOH eutist... Close Block, Little Falls. In practice 25 years. Visits Swanvilfe, Elm Dale, Royalton, Buck man, Plerz, Ft. Ripley and Motley, by Special appointment A. K. HALL, ,. ......Dealer in 0* Ground Feed, Oats and Flour, Fancy Groceries. Second Street No th of Broadway American House, JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation To them think you have gone out of busi less. Keep at it. Steady and persistent advertising laid the foundation of John "Wanamaker's fortune. FRANK J- JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness Saddlerv and everything usually kept in a first-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, OKGANS, SEWING MACHINES, AND B1CYLES FOLOM'S MUSIC'STORE. SPIRIT J. YASALY, Diamond Sign Jeweler ROADWAl'. ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH and points EAST «t SOU TH TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN ALL UNDER ONE P. S. EUSTIS,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 January 1901

.Tan. .2.-*Tliere was a big Juro wd oi|d a big time:at both the Christmas festi­ val.*. MissesLiiiaand Hilda Johnson of Minneapolis are ..visiting relatives ut Golden Va|fty farm. Miss Selma Bautton isllioinefrom Ran­ dall for a-vaeation i!jl Mr?. Hulda Carlson of Little Falls visiting her parents at Silver Park Farm? Professor W'.JIohnson of Henning rs visiting bin parents, and will retaifi home on tbe 7th. |f Mr. and Mrs. Emil iPejfcerson left last week for their future home at£Batavia, III. Mr. Peterson *ie 4a)fj?on1of "Swan Peterson. Mrs. Peterson 3ms been here fiv^ months. •Mr. and Mrs. Ole Itooa^are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bergstroni| Mrs. Roeu's There w»*re pleasant aoejals at Queen dule, West Pleasant Grc^e, Silver Park and Spring Garden faniiers last week. The mayor o. I'arkeivisited JPIeasant Vie# Saturday. Our mayor wants to ran agajpi, a»d promises to keep things .straight and appoint new police. Emil Nelson is home from Duliith., Mr.J. Lind is visiting in Brainerd. The Da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

*%s 12At'i ,? 5- u® board of county coQuuiKiop ers met at thr courthouse Tuesday, Commissioners Laklii, Gross and Shlli being present.' Messrs. Tedford and Jacobson uameio later. Chairman Labia was re-elected. The matter of the bridge across the Crow Wing* river was brought before the board. They appropriated 9500 toward the construction of abridge at the last sesHion, and appointed a committee to? coitfer with the Crow Wing commission­ ers and Brainerd. The committee is said to have decided for abridge at Syl­ van. in tlje eastern part of Motley town. Then the Brainerd people said they would prefer to have it atf tbe moutli of the Crow Wing, still farther east. But the people of western aud central Scandia Valley and Rail Prairie want the briil^t* Pillager, giving them, so they claim, access to a near market, but also access to brainerd, if they wish to go there. It- is understood the board of Cass county, in which Pillager is locat­ ed. are willing to appropriate to help, anu the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

i#1' *h 4 :£J nmrl& Few Oflicea to Be Filled. If the president continues in the same frame of mind as he has for some time, there will be few important changes in the vast army of office­ holders after March 4. The president holds the view that the officeholders believe they were "re-elected" when the November elections sustained the chief executive and.his party. They are all looking forward to four more years and do not expect to be molested. There is already some demand pn the president for diplomatic, consular and other good places in the government service, but the president is giving no encouragement to the friends of ap­ plicants. On the other hand, he is rather discouraging in his remarks. He has given several statesmen to under­ stand that unless vacancies occur in the usual way there will be no open­ ings tor candidates. It is probable that the president would like to give places to some warm friends and earnest. supporters, but he cannot do so when he has nothing to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

immh&k Mfc. itf^?fn s|i|ep. osof railroad* Steal lead#* ?dck fthsMt^\Hiltthe Here li sJittWiscld^t ot hjp tM senator Works the b^ll^his •f^h^anay eitherjwant 7 Oh» I sayy-seaator, lan't this putting fit a little strong?" asked he to whom Ihejist vrtp presented.' "There jare 30 lames here. Our folks will not^ stand for that .many passes in one day. you knowAYou'd better cut it In half1/' "•Ail right, colonel/* cheerily re- Bponded the senator, "Cut it downi then."i~f U, ie list' was handed to a clerk with ictions. to pare the list down-by If, and\give the senator passes for le remainder. The senator eyed the clerk as he took the rkn I ff' IT SOABBP INTO THE AIRj' fill bit of Nebraska rolling prairieand, visible from the road that runs from P. J. Bryan's farm to Lincoln. Every lay during the summer And fall before Bryan left his home for his stumping tour he would stand and watch thetj J| players. With his love of hunting and 1| all outdoor sports, Bryan feltinterest "$*• ed in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

r$p pfv &HQ feiT' .• fcAvJ, ••.',• J-*'.A*-^V r. A. uITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. uITTLE FALLbPRI NTLNG COMPAN OHA8. K. VASALY. Horning KOITOR. P.%1. VA8ALY. ASST. EDITOR. HERALD Is published Every Friday at 201 Broadway, VasaJv Block. Bntered as second-class maU matter. MMeriben orjlerlng addreesof their pa 9—^changed must alwaysgh their former their present aadree*. papers are contained unless an explicit Is received (or discontinuance and ua- VH arrearages are paid. The date t« which a subscription 1b paid printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other jMriodlcals can have same lh connection with «i Hibald at reduced rates. •1.SO PER YEAR. 1901 JANUABT 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Tb. Fr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 "5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. JAN. 11. It doesn't look much like Evans or Clapp for senator. ha at They do say lots of legisla-* tors are interested in seeing* a wealthy senatorialcandidate. The result wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

District Court. W* fc Judure Searle held a short special k^erm of court here Tupsdav. Myra j/Tbebowa'l granted a divoree from .'.Conrad Tbebo. The case ol Geo.' Schaballavs. Mary Schaballa was dismissed.' .Judgment was given for the plaintiff in South Bend Foundry Co. vs. F. Graham. It the state vs. John Gosiak. order for commitment was issued, and the sheriff brought in Gosiak. Miss Phil­ lips has a baby boy four months old of which Gosiak admits he is the father, Failing to support theeiiild. he was lodged in jail until an ar rangement is arrived at. Unless someone adopts the child, which would solve the question, the county .will have to care for it. 7 Pantzkeis grip. and all traeting. suffering with the Miss Signa Peterson of the West side, has typhoid fever. Alfred Peterson has been appoint­ ed postmaster at Upaala. J. G. Bourassa has gone to Okla J*ptna co look after his farming in­ terests there. Dr. Niven will be in Roy­ al ton at noon Jan. 14th Jan. 15th. Painless ex- Logs ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

Professional DR. F.H. MERO. Dentin*. Special ties made ofCrown and.Bridge Work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntunder tor painless extraction of teHb. Over the Fair Stoer. Gof M. A. FORTIER. M. D.. C.M..Gradu Victoria LM.f. BEER NONE OCT te IJnlv-rslty. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gubriel Honpital. Office taouiH 8 to 10 in. and 2 to 4- p. m. Office over \Yerz«'i's ftriu? wtore residence corner of Third street and cuntl ave. S. E. M. ROBERTS nilvxii-iiiu and surgeon Pliila Ijiliia. 1'a. L. P. G. C. London England.' Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. ro. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Buck man. OHi'-es in Rhodes block. Jgeon, G. AIILLSPAUGH, physician and etir Oflice hours: 1 to 4 and 7 "to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. Flyn block OC. TRA^E. M. D. Physician and surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office howrs 9 to 3 1 a. ill.. to 2 to 5 p. n. Office in -Lin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

A- 7 vi S#.5 -fM -iSS Gravel Mercantile Co., A The Leading Grocers. Lowest Pi Ices Satisfaction Guarantee Morrison Co. Roller Mills. JDjz. GKEBSOUST ...Pentist... Close Block, Little Falls. In pivictioe 25 years. Visits Swanville, Elm Dale, Uoyalton, Buck man, Pierz, Ft. Kipley and .Motley, by Special appointment A. K. HALL, Dealer in Ground Feed, Oats and Flour, Fancy Groceries. Second Street No th of B-ouflwav American House, JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANk J. JOHN, 3Iamifncturer of and Dealer in Harness ^Saddlery and everything usually kept in a first-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Fiills, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES, AND B1CYLES FOLOM S'Music 'STORE. SPIRIT J. VASALY, Diamond Sign Jeweler R04DWA1'. It Pays- J- success. ie them think you nave 'gone out of, biisi, iess./ Keep at it. Steady and persistent advertising laid the foundation of John Wanamaker^s triune. EHIC1 By USED ACORN STOVES ECONOMICAL DURABLE 34 Sius B»je Burners HELE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 January 1901

T-*@»5 ,v'* *VM y&< l^4»! §Pl~ 1&*. It* ¥«. '«Wfe Wff" tf w" y^4an.'8-Wfl maj|e 2 1 \a' mistake" about who petfo'rin&l* tlie marri&ge rite* ^or FrauciH *ud Fawu Snow .Lt^cl it lit *their fault Thp.v.might Imve.told,us. Chas. Gish went home oSta pies Tut s da^r fi '1*-"* "4 vf^ bx'1 GeorgeBe inert, Fred Hallett aud W ll.Uish werelu Little Fall* Saturday. There is tatfc'ofour blacksmith leavii v&. We hear that be is selling his stock and will miik .vbreak for better quar­ ters. We shall all miss him. Mine Ella Rix returned Sunday to con tinue her schodtin District 30. Saturday Miw Julia Oby: :.weut,.*to. -finish her school there. J. W.Gi9h marked the boss hog of this town so far as heard from Thursday. Weight 521 pounds. Boru—To Mr. aud Mrs. Dow Allen, Jan 3rd, a son. Our Free Methodist^ friends have ohanged the program. somewhat. They fjeem to haye gone -int^l tly» amusement business. V. SWANVIILE. Jau, 9—Mi s, A. J.Uunt returned home from the Cities last week....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

More Morrill Reflections. It is a question worthy the true thinker's earnest study, whether it is or is aot the un-American indus­ trial conditions, that are undermin­ ing true Christianity at the pres­ ent time, and if it is, what is the remedy. Forty and fifty years ago, the rural districts bad local ministers who lived among them, each owned a farm of his own in the majority of instances, and earned his bread by the sweat ol his brow, and at fre­ quent intervals preached to a congre­ gation who knew by his daily life that he had a through ticket and therefore put allconfidenc in his en­ deavors. Ln the fall of the year hundreds of the earnest people would gather at one common camping ground, and for days and weeks would have what was called a camp meeting. They did not do this be­ cause they were excited, neither did they do this to make money, but they did it to save souls, and if the old leaders of Christianity in that day could be awakened from their long sleep and called back...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

•&w l'-j WiLL. Copyright, 1900, an undulating by A. N. CHAPTER I. There was a touch of the destroying Irrath of autumn in the keen wind •which swept over Lyndhurst, an old colonial mansion on the Hudson near Isew York. The big- trees on the ter rac-ed lawn and in the dense wood be­ hind llie house were shedding their tore and yellow foliage, and in the ex­ trusive giirden on the left of the en­ trance not even a belated flower could be seen in the well-arranged parterres. Here stood a marble statue, there a playing fountain the entire aspect was cold and cheerless. Within the mausion quite a different Scene presented itself. A footman in livery stood in the vast hall white capped, white-aproned maid-servants fnoved about with soft tread and so­ licitous mien. Five o'clock tea was be­ ing served in the quaint Elizabethan drawing room. A man less than 40 years of age, tall, handsome and with military bearing, reclined in a quaint­ ly carved easy chair before the glowing *vood fire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

ANGER IN LONDON DEWET SAID TO HAVE KILLED PEACE COMMISSIONERS. Press Unanimous That Conciliation Is Useless and Urges the Hurrying For- ward of Reinforcements—Boers At- tack Several Towns but Are Re- pulsed by the British. London, Jan. 14.—The brief report •f the fate of the three members of the peace commission who were sent to see General Dewet excited the greatest indignation on all sides. One or two papers express hope that Lord Kitchener has been misled by false Kaffir reports, but it is gener­ ally felt that he would not have re­ ported the matter to the war office without indisputable evidence. The Daily Mail heads the report "Mur fler" aad declaims against any fur tb er attempt to, coax the enemy into submission. "Dewet has placed him­ self outside the pale of humanity," says The Daily Mail, "and not con­ ciliation but large reinforcements must be our watchword." The Morning Post says: "This marks the point where the guerrilla warfare has ended and the bandit has begun." All...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

1 E Vv! 1f-- 'TS iilTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. LITTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPAN CHA8. E£. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. J. VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, "VaseJy Block. Entered as aecond-clasa mall matter. Subscribers ordering address o! their pa­ pers changed must always gi\ tbeir former wed as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received (or tilncontinuance ana ui tllall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with TUB HERALD at reduced rates. SI.50 PER YEAR. 1001 JANUARY 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. M* 34 1 2 •3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY, JAN. 18. Some more imports from the Philippines. An army transport brought back the bodies of 398 dead soldiers the other day. What have we in return for the blood of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

Miss«,Emmn Sparle is ii!. .\ Nels Peterson is quite sick. 1 /I! rVf The Antlers has put in a barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benhain visited their daughter. Mr*. Walter Folsom. John Hook man has been appoint­ ed postmaster at Strornau. Ed. Ferrill is assisting in Register Hall's office for a few days. Judge Richardson attended the convention of probate judges in St, Paul ^uesdav. Mr.and Mrs.John Reede were called to Pieiz Tuesday to see Mat Gross, Mrs. Reede's brother, who is danger­ ously ill. An Experience social will be given by the ladies of the M. E. church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Graham tomoriow night. Jere Murphy, brother of Mark Murphy of Rovalton, has been ap­ pointed private secretary to Gov. La Follett+iof Wisconsin. Earl Rogers has left the Cass Lake Lumber Company, to take the posi­ tion of superintendent of the Scanlon Gipson Co.'s new mill at Cioquet. Kerrich & Moeglein are building an addition in the rear of their mrat market building, to house the power­ fu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

reOflfnr) astifi! V- 1 iu Professional Cards DR. F. II. MERO. Dentist. Speeialtieswade of CrowD and Bridge Work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teeth. Gas or odunturiiier tor painless extraction of teeth. Over the Pair stoer. Gof M. A. FORT1ER. M. D.. C.M..Gradu ite Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 n. in. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over \Y»»tz«'i's irujy store residence corner of Third street a.,i S iond ave. N. E. LM.P. M. ROBERTS {.livsiciftii and surgeon Pliila Ipi.iH. i'a. L. P. G. L\ London Englaud. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours, 9 to 11a. m.. 2 to 4: and to S p. m. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Buckmau. OHi'-es in Rhodes block. Jgeon, G. MILLSPAUGII, physician and sur Flyn block Office hours: 1 to 4 •', and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. Osurgeon O. TRACE. M. D. Physician and to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. in., to 2 to 5...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

I Keeping at It Dealer in Ground Feed, Oats and Flour. Fancy Groceries. Second Street No'th of Broadway American House, JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness and Saddlery and everything usually kept in a first-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINE-S, AND BICYLES FOLOM'S MUSIC 'STORE. SPIRIT J. YASALY, Diamond Sign Jeweler It them think you have gone out of busi less. Keep at it. Steady and persistent advertising laid the foundation of John Wanaraaker's fortune. Gravel Mercantile Co., Raymond The Leading Grocers- Lowest Pilcfis. Satisfaction Guarantee p-rop8 Morrison Co. Roller Mills. of. iDr.g-ibso^st ...peuiist... -Close Block, Little Falls In practice 25 years. Visits Swanville, Elm Dale, Royalton. Back man, Pierz. Ft. Riple.v and Motldy, by Special appointment A. HALL, ROADWAY. ECONOMICAL DURABLE 34 SIM B*k Burner* To AND JOINTS EAST&. SOUTH P. 8^ EUSTIS, To BUT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 January 1901

I 'H: JS&*' irk' riERZ. •Imi. 10—ign.'irz Kufn'tstchek, anofcbtr oii'e of Pierz's first .settlers* died Fridny of consumption, aged 58 years. The funeiul took pl^ee here from Si.-Joseph's church Monday. Father Pfeif officiating. The deceased leaves a. wife »od one daughter. Mrs. Math Raff. His only son, 16 years of age, died of the same disease about three months ago. Our sympathy to the family in their be­ reavement. Neirfius, Macho aod Make, our lower to -vn merchants, all went to buying ties, md are paying 6 cents more than peo­ ple could get for them heretofore. Frank Virnig of the Golden Rule quit hie position at Browuing, King & Co. i» St. Paul, and will put in a larger stock of ^ooda and attend to his store here. A. Klimek oi North Prairie opened a jewelry store in Christ Berg's barber shop in middle town. Watch and clock lvpairmg. Our mail carrier moved from the Pruiuer building into the Block building iu lower town. Jacob Nohner went to Wahpeton, N, i)., on business...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 January 1901

"1 r. .-4? ^•^^IjS.'fjg 1% VOL 12A. NO 48 A. 0 II. W SERVICES. Rev. f. A. Sumner Delivers the nual Address. All- in accordance with custom, the members "of the Little Falls lodge. Ancient Order of United Workmen, marched in a body to the Congregational church last Sunday evening, and listened to the annual memorial sermon delivered by Rev. F. A. Sumner. After greeting the representatives of the order, Mr. Sumner said in part: 9 Among the wonders o! the progressive nineteenth century 'which has just cloned, wus noticed the organized de­ velopment of what is called the frater­ nal spirit which has been manifested in large degree inand through the frater­ nal beneficiary organizations. While the spirit of fraternity has been in the world for a long time aud has often been illustrated by the history of David and Jonathan, by a Joseph in Egypt,. a Ben Hur in Talestine, a Maccabfus on the road to Jerusalem, a Damon and a Pythias on many a historic page and in many a fraternal gathering, y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 January 1901

9 X- Copyright, IQOO. BY A. N. Coi l.nued from I »t *«(•!. SYNOPSIS. Chapter I—Maj. Goddard makes unfor­ tunate investments and loses almost en­ tire- foriur.t. His wile's actions at this tfme lead him to believe she married for1 money. Sr.t had been a poor milliner with Whom he had become imatuated. She never aliowni him to learn certain things Connected with past lite. Chapter H—Arriving home Irom business Goodard learns his wile has lert for city. Missing considerable sum of money from cafe of which she knew leads him tocon clude she means desertion. Telegram.cornea asking him to see her at Palace hotel in New York. CHAPTER III. It was nine o'clock when Goddard reached the city. Immediately on leaving his train he engaged a hansom and was driven over to Fifth avenue and up that thoroughfare to the Pal­ ace hotel. By temperament he was given to in­ trospection and an almost morbid habit of analyzing his feelings, es­ pecially when his feelings were hurt. To-night his emotions had ...

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