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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

VI I I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1005. Whole No. 7. Tales of the Town. [ An unusual case has been filed in the dffice of the clerk of the district court. Some \ , ' time ago a woman begun action to secure a divorce from her husband whose first name is John. Through an error in the petition the man's name ap peared as Samuel and the di vorce was so granted. The woman now seeks to have the records corrected and the true name of her former husband in serted. County Recorder Rieger had a great time while he was in Chi cago. He succeeded in main taining neutral ground so far as the striking elements were con cerned , and escaped with a whole skin and a clear con science. He rode OP the street cars that Mayor Dunne proposes to bring under municipal con trol and saw all the big build ings and the sights generally. When he got back he found that Deputy Seybold.had plenty of work on hand an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 1905. Disreputable Prejudice A certain self-styled reputa ble newspaper published in this city hired a certain disreputa ble tramp and professional ad grafter to get out a special issue last week , and if , by any accident , copies of this paper should fall into the hands of strangers or , those not acquaint ed with Falls City as she really is , it Is liable to do the town a whole lot df harm and work an injury to every citizen and bus iness man. The write-up of tlio town was as inaccurate as igno rance , incompetency and a ma licious desire to underestimate , could make it. The town and its industries , its resources and its advantages are. written up from the narrow , Hellish and prejudiced viewpoint of the publishers of this so-called " " while "reputable" newspaper , the very write-up itself is suffi cient to brand the said publish ers as a set of reprehensible knockers-and their newspaper as a positive damage to the town. On the first pa...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. 1 A S/GJV OF GOOD PAINT. . . Wherever you see this sign be assured that there is where you can buy Good Paint. Vrooman ( Crown Cottatfo Coloro ) will absolutely protect your building from rain and sun , from rot , decay and the troubles that arise from the \ use of poor paint. EVERY CAN GUARANTEED. "We guarantee that when properly app lied on a surface in proper condition our paint will give better results than any other paint ( including White Lead and Oil ) and in all cases where It docs not and it is the fault of the material used we will do the work over again at our expense. " - FOR SALE BY-- THE CITY PHARMACY ricMUlan , Proprietor. McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. . H. PARSELLM. D. GEO. Telephone No. 68 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; i to 3 p. m. Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table , Falls ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

H THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Ktttercd as secoiul-class tnnttcr as Falls City , Nebraska , post otllcc , Janu ary 12 , I .i04 , under Hie Act of Confront ' of'Mnrch 3 , 1879. Published every Kriiluy at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune Publishing Comprvny One year $1.00 Six months . . : .60 Three months 35 TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. 1 hori'liy nnnnuncu iiiyHolfn cnndldntofor county cltrUulijtct to the decision of tlio rnpuciloiiti iMiiiiity conu'iitlnn , tf .1 K HIUIIIKIIT. A SQUARE DEAL. President Roosevelt demanda a "eqtiaro deal" for the American people. Thu expreuuion , "a square deal , " may not bo an elegant one nnd may savor a yood doul of the slang of the cow punchers camp and the minors slmck , hut it re- Meets , nevertheless , in its homely way , much of the basic truth of the now Roosevelt system of phil osophy. The old Greek and Roman schools of philosophy are to be rivalled by a new school buildcd up on this western con...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. i. U. Corn of Verdoit was in this . city Friday. ft Jacob Wissinger of Barada was in this city Saturday. J. A. Hill is a new subscriber to The Tribune this week. Dr. Burchard made several trips to Verdon during the past week. Mrs. Win. Crouch of Verdon was a business visitor here Sat urday. Dr. Gurney Griffith , wife and baby of Preston were in town Friday. W. H. Nedrow and wife of Verdon were business visitors here Saturday. \ > Mr. and Mrs. Fay Simmons and children of Verdon took in the show Fridav. Mrs. John Hossack returned Sunday from a three weeks stay in Sioux City , Iowa. Mrs. Wesley Stump came down from Vardon Friday and spent the day with relatives. Theodore Weaver of Stella spent Sunday in this city at the home of John Hossack. Mrs. Freed Shelly and two children of Preston spent Friday in this city with relatives. Catherine McMahon of Preston made this office a pleasant call on Saturday afternoon. Ruth Wheatloy returned ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. flJ J Holmes is for Pollard. Those ( Icinucrn'B ' who have boon expecting 'lins for 13ro\vn through diantrficiion on tlio purl of dud o Holmes mid LnnriiHtor county ro- publiciuiH uouorally an- ( loomed to ( liBiippoinltni'iit. For tlit bent" lit of thoflu who havi- boon led 10 question hin tittitndo in this oiiiii- pitilin' , .hitl c llolnh'8 line inUdc < tin1 following fitntoinont lo the Slnte .Join-mil : "Sum M hlinx i'f ilint is hnrdly wortli answering. Ii .ill liyht , ! btippoBf. for JMr. Hi'uwn to tisu his prt'Htim1 ira niityor Of Lincoln mill , for hia dcini'cnitiu friiMid.s to j.'t t as nuu'li comfort out of it as puss- iblo , but tlinl'Hiill he'll got , He'll k'et no republican voten in Lincoln' . J do not moan , of course , thtit he will nol got a Hinglo republican vote , for like any candidate , he will got a few republican votes from friends hero and there , but 1 don't believe that IMH candidacy will have any perceptib...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. 1 1tffart4rtrtrtprt9i $ * rSxrttfptfr$9ttyt8 * * tyrttrtT $ f&f % * i * Bass HI of the Congressional campaign in Richardson County will be fifed at / / at 2 30 o'clock P. M. "I * and hear discussed"I land hear the next the Congressman - * Issues of man from s District day ably * ' * discussed * > * > UON KIJVK-VI' \ * < * 0 M JfA. JLA SfehPU ; A Jill G * > Republican Candidate for Congress , and 11 W. M * * i * ijf will be the speakers. Don't fail to hear them discuss the issues of this xj , % campaign. These orators will speak at Humboldt in the evening . . . . . . . . , * , Ji * ± * ± ± ; * * * * * * : * * : * * * * ,3L ) { iy * ) f * M * 4 * N ! J > i Vfri t/t * 4 * J < XM * * * * < * k SI * \ V * 4t M jy tf 4 tf t * gl * p SMALL HANDS WELL GLOVED Points in Which , It Is Boasted , San Francisco Women Excel All Others. San Francisco is the greatest glove town on earth , say the glove 3ealers of the city iu t...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 7 July 1905

I if't'W * " ? ' " THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 7 , 1905. Louis Wise celebrated in Au burn. Clara Laurie came down from Verdon Friday. Miss Liscx.iellohsack is number- be red among the sick. Mrs. Albert Maust is quite ill at her borne in this city. Mrs. Parlicr is very ill at tbe home of S. II. Harvey. W. Hunsakcr of Kcservc was in this city Wednesday. Cleta Moran spent Friday in this city with relatives. * - Mrs. Kinda Esteb of Verdon was a visitor here Tuesday. Key Marsh came over from Harada Wednesday on business. Miss Kthcl Sites of St. Louis is visiting her sister , Mrs. 13. I. Re a vis. John II. Ilutchins is a new subscriber to The Tribune this week. Guy Gage , W. 11. Mowery and Hruce Nedrow were in this city Friday. John 0. Leary of Michigan is visiting his uncle , Matt McMa- hon. Clare Foster left yesterday for Ilasting.s , where he will play base ball. Ralph McDonald , of the Hia watha World , was in the city on Tuesday. Brother Swallow , of the Ster ling Record ,...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

) ( ) V J ) r 6vi FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 14 , 1905. Whole No. 80 Congressional Election on next Tuesday Frank Knickerbocker Hurt. Frank Knickerbocker , who is employed by the Crystal Lake Ice company , was the victim of a very painful accident last Saturday. He attempted to lift a large cake of ice when the tongs slipped and one of the sharp points inflicted a Very deep and painful wound in the calf of his left leg. The in jury will prevent his return to work for some time , but will not permanently disable him. Horse Thief Caught. On Wednesday a stranger drove into Shubert with a team and while he was quenching his thirst and that of his team a message was received describ ing both and asking the author ities to arrest the man and hold him for officers from Iowa' . The arrest was made and when the officers from Iowa arrived it was learned that the prisoner was wanted on a charge o...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

- vv. . TUB PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 14 , J905. Snapshots At Current Events IIY .1 , O. SIlUOYKIt. : The resignation of onyinet'i * Wallace of the Panama force ! is creating a lot of criticism from various quarters ami it is Bnitl that Konsevoltcloes not en deavor to conceal his anger at such an act Wallace had been nnxionsto engage in the work at a salary of S'JH.OOO a year and after securing the position and nlong with it a great deal of honor and publicity that his profession could have brought him in' no uthvr position he might have secured , lie resigned to accept a sixty thousand dollar lar job with a private company. That is a big advance in salary , but where was he given the right to ignore a contract with his government and repudiate an honorable agreement ? It is becoming far too common now days for prominent men to broalc their plighted word and demand with impunity a re lease from , any obligation that stands iii the way of the making more wealth. These cases ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

* - i THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 14 , 1905. WOMEN'S FAD : CIGAR BANDS Hunters for Little Paper Go in Droves in New York City Manner I Identifies Them. If you see n young girl , or even u grown woman , swoop upon tiomothing lying on the street do not think Unit "she has found a prize. In all probability she is simply one of those with a craze for making cigar band decorated plates , and has found a bit of ma terial , asserts the New York Sun. The favorite hunting ground i1 * ou Broadway from Fourteenth street to Forty-second street , and along Forty-second to the Grand Central. More people travel over this route and more cigars are Hinoked here than in any other given stretch of street in the city. The hunters usually go out in pairs , and one takes the inside and the other the outside of the walk. Then they march along looking on the sidewalk and especially in tile entrances of cigar stores for the bands. Some of the bolder ones do not hesitate to sally in and grab a co...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

I lie r/\LL.o v/i i * IKIOUI-NC , iuui THE FALI CITY TRIBUNE . Rnlcrcd a * secomt-claRs matter as 1'nlls City , Ncbranka , j > est ofllcc , Janu ary 12 , VH)4 , utulcr Ute Act of Congrcfit of'March 3 , 1879. fe Published every Kridny at Kails City , Nclirnsku , by The Tribune rublliltinrf Company One year J1.X Six months M Three months 3i . TELEPHONE 226. Announcement. 1 licichy iitumuttci' wym 1f n oitndldatn fo county clurk , Mibject in dm ileoWon of Ihi rcpucllcan county contention. tf J. K. HiimiKHT. WHAT'S THE MATTER. Notwithstanding the fact thai ever ) ' indication suggests tlu prosperous condition of our pee pie , we are enduring a period ol great and unaccountable business inactivity. Crops neverwere more , promising , the batiks are full ol money , live stock commands n fair price , in fact every commer cial condition prompts the ques tion , what's the matter ? Maj we not find the answer at homo ? The surrounding towns are offer ing every inducement to secure the trade ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

2 , FRIDAY , JULY 14 , 1905. LOCALLORE _ Win. Fisher was in this city- Saturday. W. A. Margrave was up from Preston Saturday. , \ : W. B. Albright was down from Humboldt Monday. Linna Timmerman was down from Salem Saturday. George Hossack went to Pres ton to spend some time. Ora Marsh , of Vcrdon , was here Saturday on business. G. S. Albright made a business trip to Humboldt Monday. L. A. Ryan of Kansas City- spent the week in this city. H. E. Clark , of Stella , was in the city on business Friday. \ A. II. Callison , of Auburn , spent Sunday with friends here. F. Martin and wife of this city were in Lincoln Monday on busi ness. Fern Fowler left Friday for a visit with relatives in White Cloud. Harrison Marks , of Verdon , was in town Saturday on politi cal business. J. E. Mettx and wife are the proud parents of a baby girl , born Monday , July 10. Eb Goolsby and Dan Ramsey , of Vcrdon , were among Satur day's business visitors. Fleming Robb came down from Verdon and spent Sunda\ w...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

J tr . trI I IIP THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 14 1905. = ' E. A. Tucker. Hon. E. A. Tuflcqr , who has just returned from Arizona , \vai seen by tlie reporter of tliii paper at tlie National liotol ii this city. The judge was look M r > rigf well and seems to be qnjoy ing his work immensely , T < the.1 reporter he said : "I an in'Ofe than pleased with Ari zbrih. No stale , or territory ii theUnion has a greater futuri bcf5r.e it. Its industries an Only in their infancy. The min critl wealth of the territory ii unlimited , and it can be truth fully 'jfsud that the people o Arizoutt'fii'e enjoying1 their tul share o'f the prosperity whicl the people of the United State : arC today enjoying , Phoenix is a beautiful city and is the capital of the lerrl lory , but Tucson is the metrop lis. Koth are prosperous cities n n d will compare favorabl1 with any other cities ol tin same size anywhere. They an peculiarly commercial cities although both are surroundei by ricli mints ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

THE PALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY H , 1905. Tlie overage life of a barn can be more than RA J7V doubled by painting it with good Paint. Barns , sheds and other out buildings are best and most economical ly painted with. . . 'Bradley Vrooman $ Graphi- Creo-Lin M ROOF AND 35IE ® $ BARN PAINT It wears the longest and absol utely protects from rot and de cay. It is as good as the best- better than most makes a barn look good good for the barn. -WE KEEP IT- THE CITY PHARMACY Dr. HcMHIan , Proprietor. McNALLS' GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fruit in Season Satisfaction Guaran teed Free City Delivery Phone 40 Storage for Household And other Goods. . H. PARSELL M. D. GEO. Telephone No. 88 Office at Residence Office Hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; i to 3 p. m. Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table , Falls City , Neb. NOKTIl Xo. 105 Omaha and Lincoln Express A 1:57 : a m Xo. 103 Omaha and Lincoln passenger A 1:00 p in Xo. 191 Local Freight , Au burn A 1:00 : p m SOUTH Xo. 106 Kansas City and S...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

11 8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 14 1905. Kplirnim Witlicc was down from Stella Sunday , J. J. Ilauer came down from Verdon on Tuesday. Fay James of Ked Oak , Iowa , is visiting Nellie Snyder. Samuel Windrum , of Sabetha. Kan. , spent Wednesday in this city. H Stella Clark is visiting rela- | | j tivcs in and near Dawson this l | week. I ! L. C. Watson of Forest City , li Mo. , was here on business Wcd- If , nesday. | f [ Margaret Phelon of Dawson | | i was one of Wednesdays business l | * visitors. l ! Mrs. Chas.-Atwood came down | - from Humboldt Wednesday for a I ; brief visit visit in this city. I * Prof. J. W. Watson of Verdon , I was in this city on business I Tuesday. K . _ _ I Iva Kent returned Wednesday I from a several days visit in I Sabctha , Kan. I W. J. McCray of Stella spent I the week in this city. He is a member of the county board. I < There was no ball game here on Sunday evening owing to the fail that four of our nine are at I Hastings. | j James J....

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 July 1905

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 14 1905. Withcc was down i from Stella Sunday. J. J. Bauer came down from Verdon on Tuesday. Fay James of Red Oak , Iowa , is visiting Nellie Snyder. Samuel Windmill , of Sabetha. Kan. , spent Wednesday in this city. Stella Clark is visiting rela tives in and near Dawson this week. L. C. Watson of Forest City , Mo. , was here On business Wed nesday. Margaret Phelon of Dawson was one of Wednesdays business K visitors. Mrs. Chas.Atwood came down from Ilumboldt Wednesday for a brief visit visit in this city. Prof. J. W. Watson of Verdon , was in this city on business Tuesday. Iva Kent returned Wednesday from a several days visit in Sabetha , Kan. W. J. McCray of Stella spent the week in this city. He is a member of the county board. There was no ball game here on Sunday evening owing to the fail that four of our nine are at Hastings. James J. Price and wife of Santa Barbara , Gal. , are visiting C. 12. and Mamie Gillespie in this city. Joy Andre...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. 11 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905. Whole No. 81 Society News. Miss Clam and Elta Boose will entertain the Presbyterian Ken sington this evening- . Mrs. 13. I. Rcavis entertained the married ladies kensington and their husbands yesterday evening. _ Misses Kate and Bess Heacock and Sara Hutchins are in Hum- bold t to attend a house party at the home of O. . A. Cooper. " ' " Mrs. Ed Fisher entertained a number of her friends at a ken sington on Wednesday afternoon. The event was of a very pleasant sodial nature. ' Ed Fisher and wife entertained L. C. Mauger and wife , Rev. W. T. Cline and wife and H. P. Cus- ter and wife at a six o'clock din ner Tuesday evening. Florence Wylit was hostess at the regular meeting of the II. S. M. club on Saturday evening. A fine program was rendered and the members were very pleasant ly entertained. The Methodist ladies kensington - ton spent Tuesday afte...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. CONSOLIDATED WITH THE HUMBOLDT ENTERPRISE , JUNE 23 , 1905. Vol. II FALLS CITV , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 21 , 1905. Whole No. 81 Society News. Miss Clara and Elta Boose will entertain the Presbyterian Ken sington this evening. Mrs. B. I. Rcavis entertained the married ladies kensington and their husbands yesterday evening. Misses Kate and Bess Heacock and Sara Hutchins arc in Hum- boldt to attend a house party at the home of O. A. Cooper. " " ' - * Mrs. Ed Fisher entertained a number of her friends at a ken- sin gton on Wednesday afternoon. The event was of a very pleasant sodial nature. ' Ed Fisher and wife entertained L. C. Mauger and wife , Rev. W. T. Clinc and wife and H. P. Cus- terand wife at a six o'clock din ner Tuesday evening. Florence Wylie was hostess at the regular meeting of the II. S. M. club on Saturday evening. A fine program was rendered and the members were very pleasant ly entertained. The Methodist ladies kensington - ton spent Tuesday after...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 21 July 1905

THIS FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JULY 21 1905. Oil And Light Kill Pests. John D. Rockefeller has come forward with a plan to save the trees of Cleveland from the pests that are devastating them. The help is timely , for everywhere throughout Cleveland are seen trees and shrubs partially blight ed , with leaves turning brown and branches shriveling from the ravages of predatory insects. It is oil that is expected to drive away the plague of insects just plain kerosene. And the application of the kerosene where it will do the most good is ar ranged for by a device so simple and yet so effective that it seems a trifle sbsurd from its very sim plicity. The idea did not originate with Mr. Rockefeller. He docs not claim the credit for it. D. E. Howatt , superintendent of the Rockefeller estate in East Cleveland , is the discoverer of the new method of insect exterm ination , lie hit upon the plan after long experiment. It work ed so well at Forest Hill that Mr. Howatt determined , if Mr...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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