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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 May 1902

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 May 1902

'X. ' V-j lrf (. TV ? i; -: ; i .... .- . . " ? A J:f. lXXJGj 4 , ' rg ' -- !.,,. .. f f r lV'Vi?j Leaver v"ltEiiALir VOL. XVJ. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITOkY THURSDAY, MAY 29 i9oi. LOCAL AND PERSOHAL. RAIN! tee ernes. Whore? At tbli office. A big anovr is June 4th. billed Tor Liberal, Pearl Parker was in Use one day last week. town a abort Anslher refreshing thU Motion Sunday. bower visited Artbar Dearborn orBiveriUo wai a Beaver visitor yesterday, Good, big rains have (atlea here ev ery day this week. Frank Maplo waded mud in town thU week. Bolin & Brown, Liberal, Kansas, Want to iee yon. lee creato at lb Herald office each Saturday. Don't fail to try it. Mr. Powell and wifo, of Elmwood, were caller In town Baturday. Mr. Mott came op from Oline lait weak to aee her filler, Mrs. Beadlea. When will we oas Poartb? celebrate the Qleri- When you go to Liberal, Kansas, see Bolla Brown and compare their prieae with others. Raymond Mott of Oline, is visiting bU grandparents...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 May 1902

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 May 1902

'Af ,if E. H?k3 v. .saw. J ft L. ': i I i ft r ' t F Vr. P, - & ' A .- " ' - -mmi- . - 4 o TV. v v:',: 'Q., ..-, (. . i WJ- if t RUPTURE You 3?y Whtii Ourad: You Want Fitcts. Present Them to You in the Letters of My Former Rnticnts. You Do Not Pay Me One Cent Until You Are Cured. I present to (lie readers ot this puper n few testimonial letters and names of former patients whom I lme currU ,of rupture, believing lhat the ullHctrd would rather correspond with some one who has been cured than read what I might nay about no-self. You ran more fully Investigate and convince yourself a to the merits of my treatment. You tnlrht doubt anv statements I mlrrht make, hut you cznnot help but believe , nuu i..i iU hit )tiiMii: 1.. ,-,..... ,.r ii,nI. I ,., nrril and HHIIiellbet I o iuii n ilibl il the statements of those l nave tiiren. U0 ,Klu ,, , ,,, lllB ,1( 1 will sbk yuu jo ttrne i nj of thein If you are satisfied with what they say about my reliability and methods of treatment, write ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 May 1902

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 June 1902

h v i cppunaeaaaaaaaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBai t ' v - wPaeaMBIM a - r. &'& Hfe li'T tfL Er ! ' . !fniuW "ll VOL i XVI. nm-Mt LOCAL AND PERSONAL i YMt A d.bora ere .etlll her. D we acou a bridge? Aaswcrl Attend the celebration at Beater, lea woaa. Where? At thla oflce. Tlit Sundaj 8choe1 convention la In progress today. Bella Brown, WWeral, Kimm, wait see joa. Mrs. Haueou is reiortc4 aaheiagon theeiek Iter. The river it or a tear egele. Ok bo! Wa eloa't wead a bridge. Willlaa llogiett ia dtllliag a wall Tar Denek OakjllL lea areata at the Herald often each Saturday. Don't fall to try It. Notice the sew ad of the Meade laafcer Goananv is tkte laaae. Geo Willlaasand family epeal a few Java la tbwa tkU weak. N. F. Davee left Meaday aoraiag oa kla ratara ia Heaaeeaej. -J Thakoraea aeld Saturdavat puMio autleu bteakkt good prieea. W. 0. Obk of Boyd, traaeaeted bari cos la tew Taeaday. O.W. Naskelle,or Grand 8aaiBilt, Kansw, wuls tows yeeterdaj. Dick Quino, of Q...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 June 1902

TOR, OKLAHOMA .p ? h. 4- w 'Ml HAW WHO WXMn Tn aaaa who 'wlfis U the man who ? werfc ThA man whs tells, while the nest mm i Btttrkai Tha awn who attend In hla deep cllatrraa With hi litiid luld high In the deadly , press tfm, ha la llio man who wlna. The Man who wlna la tho man who know The- value of pajn nnd the worth of woe Who a lemon Icarna from the man who -j fall And a moral flmbi In hla mournful walta; lM( ha la the man who wlna. The man who wlna la the mnn who alnya In the tinaotiRhl pntha nmt the rocky wayaj And pcrhnpa, who llngcra, now nml tin n. To help artnio failure to rise ag-iln. Ahl he la the man who wlnat And the mnn who wlna M tho man who , hcnra Th curao of the cnvlotia In hla cira, Ilut who eon hla wny with hla hem! liMd high And pHaapa thr wrecks of tho fnllurra by Kor ho la tho man who wine Henry Kduaril Warner, In llaltlmoT Newa. IV t- I L. t i - r m i v it :s 1 Ui 13 ,! w, w XX. ELKIN'S NARROW ESCAPE. Drnmatlo Incident of the Senator's Career In the CIvu Wnr...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 June 1902

r. ? . iff J ' 't-W I 'Ik', f , r,?. i 6 f f r .. - t1; , ,,JW 1 i i ix 1 Vfr L L VET L H J k C.v,. t" A w r T.- VAHVMC DII.. Mi 'Miaii.ae. . i 9 x uu 'TV 'maw nrrmxtn i - MMaftftCM the. A eoM Mta In the Morning I Tery tovtooraUaf. u V-lte ulllcalt to astj&lrs the Molt ot taking, however.' It requires novit courage to begin the pra-ttles. But as toon aa the cold bath la Made a habit It becomes a luxury In stead of an ordeal. To those who have Merer acquired ti. habit of Uklag a eold bain In thri morning, the loiiow tag advtco trill be found useful: la the fin-t placo It In better) to begin the prs.ct.c- of monitng bathing la the auuimcr .Unio. Then, as the weather become gradually colder, the system has time to fliijiint Itself to the shock of continuing 'J-n cold bnth In cold weather. Dti first morning It would bo well ' ako off all tho clothing In a cold roinn and give the body a vigorous rubbing wlllt a coarse towel without the use of any water. This rubbing should not occupy...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 June 1902

?:'. "i .. , ii, j..' v- ariJf- . W BBBBTrBWBVaTlif. .bbi . 'awo t gf r "j M&aBMiii'flaMaaHHnaHrilHMMiaBMHlHlHHMHiMaHaMaMAfllMdM t ..t' l -aw i a . I "V ilWM. imNIm HlllJWIM RtMf.TltVMMr. -i-r-. . - i - " j f up ' . .'. ' J , .j r: ,me (MAV0C O. WOMA0, MWUfc.r J J BL $1.00 Year. iTKRMSiy , . C ' de -" v Arfrenmtag ram kBOWB .. 't 'x u. lit M. wBBBbtbbbjbbj WV ''' Hfttrfrd at poali.Bre at Braver, ?.r at af elae flor. ' V- ".,; f o. KBIT MnCTttT. MOMHN WOWM. OP AMRMCA. CAMPKe. TO8, Mtlf Ik Unit anl afd lar4ay aiel efeae mnath la Ike Pikm kail. TkKiag Neighbor alwar Wctecwo, Will Qvi, . C. Wm. Kbit, C1rk. OKLAHOMA ITWT Kn. 4. e A R., merle la Ik 0. A. K hall al Bearer. O. T , oa the eecoad aad foarth Balnrday ef each monih, al S o'clock p. ai. Yieltiag com redeeMIJly latHe-l. C. O. TAaaanitL, Son. A B. .Qciaa Alj't ? BB.tVKR LODOB No. 7. V. of P., meet aa Tarafejr eight of each week at Iba Pylhlaa U'l VUdtleg KakkN mmcK al UkVt W. B. Rnoaat, C. V. 9. ftuaettatf, K. of R. and 0, Wr ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 June 1902

i ' m H wteJiri jkSpriiUft' vvs I ;. ' S - "t. o r B. 1 R B: B jt ' B B B al. f'Mitf'm :? Afc-. v t h 4'j.fl W' .' . "Jf ffsrf v 144 ! I X'.. '4 a , ' h.f(tf -r"- voi ;. xvi. BEAyER; BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE aHot. , ' T ' ..' ""' "" ' .. jT it A fsywHDa LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Attend the eilrbratlnn t Bsaver. Whcrr? At thisoBce. sriop- Ica areata. T. W. Wteden and wife were plag In town Saturday. Bolin & Drown, Liberal, Kanaas, want to ass yon. Peckhan and Sooa braoJad leir cal. tea tha first of the weak. Roy Brown spent a portion of Sat. unlay and 8'inday tU'jiIdk In town. Those who ttavo amall grain are pr paling for hamat. W. P. Kana brought cherrica and cirranta to narket Saturday. John Savago -pent a few daya laat week at Clear Lake with J. B. Cu'.lom. lee cream at the Herald office each 8aUrday. Don't fall t6 try it. Paul Roberta waa conlned to hie ho.aae a part of lut week on account of sickneea. A camber thte waek. were court log in town letter We ar...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 June 1902

i-1 - v rats i . i " OKLAHOMA, Fi i . f .A ? - .', , BEAVER. l:j OKLAHOMA BRIEFS. y t ' Kx-Oavetaer U M. antra ilt e KlS 4 -er la Memerlal day addreea at ;'" I Alva; Si ' V.M- v.?r i i y. , i.". Tt- V f If i'rt, Arthur P. Bug, et Bado, has bun ntuBalnlaut a mntlit la ha land office A-at Washington. ' A tstetlee has been esUblithed at Hid ill Meaatain, Kiowa county, wltli iCatharla 1. Dare m postmaster. ' Lawten will have a big street (air, lasting troni June C to 11, the same to bo under the auspices qt the lied Men. The comptroller ot the currency has authorized the First National bank of Arapahoe to begin business with a cap ital ot 115,000. At a railroad camp northoost of Guthrie, Phil Urooks shot and killed u buy named Ona Gun In a dliputo over a rlvlal matter. Brooks Is In jail. Kingfisher wants the territorial En campment of the Oklahoma national aunrds and the commercial club of tliot city have undertaken to securo It Attorney doneral Jako Robbcrts, uf Kingfisher, has formall...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 June 1902

-vM. 1 r1- ft -, J' -..J ji .o.- ; - 4- 'g ----- -' ..'. - . - : : -; Dnprannnumi; Kansas city Jaaraiall At Argonls, Kan., the remark Is-ofta made of. a imblk gatherinc that "It waa nearly M i large ; Cher lay Cos.' tssfperaass meeting," and thereby hang a tale, Some thirteen year ato a woman temperance lecturer waa billed to speak at Argonla. The local society had agreed to pay her $20 for the service. At that time Charley Cox, now of Wel lington, was a clerk In one of the Ar gonla stores. On the night of the lee turv a crowd had gathered In the store, and during the conversation about the lecturer Cox remarked the 920 waa too much for any temperance sermon. "Why," he said, "I can make a tem perance lecture for half the money, and mine will be as good as her's for money, chalk or marbles," Tho next day the boys placarded the town with handbills announcing that on a certain night Charley Cox would dourer a temperance lecture. Cor was game, and agreed for $10 to a talk for twenty min...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 June 1902

r ' ,' 1 Str". II I il'iii I i IBS3 se JUS "Fft Am Wer lb ralifV ! .' ?i i H -,'v"" Wieadairar laeWz-Ww. 'Hi -l -r- 1- - i.'- Ail 1. --tii'.l. Mj r-w luiau trp in 7Tn, vinyl n j 1 UUllNrtVvilirMUMMt. A I ' C j WrkM and Milt Tedd we.t to jSybZvisi Liberal yeeierday after ion 4th ef MEata! CkinirT9$r. J''J . Tfc . - ' MAUDr. O. THOMAS, Publisher ' n I - 'U TKRMS .. 51.00 Year. Advertising rule luolii known on . .jfication. Kutrri'il l poslofTirt nt llrarrr, 0. 'J., . epfnnil :ln matlnr. 5 'i 3 S0CIZT7 DUBCTPR7. MODKItN' Utl'lllMBN OP A MEMO.. CAMP No. TW, meet llio lint nn.l fJiIrd PnlnriUjr nljlit of enrli mnnlb In lb Pelbisn hall. Vliillnc Nelgliliora alwnje '.rlecree, WirxQiixs, V. C. -Wm. ffniTP, Clerk. J !t OKLAHOMA l-ORTNo.O A K., meem In the (1. A. K ball t neuter. (I. T, on lli peeond an 4 foil rlli Falnritiy ef each mnnlh, l 2 o'clock p. in. Vlilllng com rede cordially lnille.1. 0. 0. Tamh.iiill, Com. Qiiish A-lj't USL. I) i to 1IKAVKR LOUaB No. 7, K. of I meets on Tuedy nigh...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 July 1902

fc&j: ' . A. 'TJCr P yjr - ; ' . r' m '.aaBBBaK .W i I tt ' -' " - n "a-,. J rr-" " r , - l- "wtvv . . si ijih .- . , ..'""' vrfrr f torh inniir iyn mmm 1 lliMlL , afllaU V aanllWaev I "llama I ea3ialai & tf SfiPHI BEAVpR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 319!. Bolin lo to. Brown, Liberal, Kansas, treat I you. William Dick of. Nye, camo over Beaver 8atarday. W. nutaarlv thia week OD eoent ol the Qtorlona Fourth. John Ruses! was traaeacttng.buslneee la town last week. Tan Smith waa a bueloeea vliUot tut weVt . v H. 0. Dru came over from Cood craek last week. , . 'i5 . n lee eream at the Mlerald office each Saturday. DotlUojryU. O. rhtenae, of Grand Valley waa In town Saturday on legal buslnose. Al tfaaber aed wife, or OUne, were county seat visitors Tuesday. Joaaa Abrahams waa eclllng freak peaches In town Tuesday. George Uealv wm In town a ahort tiaie Tuesday, reporting the convention Arthur Dearborn waa In town Toes day looking attar hit enntes'. case. Joha...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 July 1902

, l&lliD, I U - U4iU.'" " ., . . .. , iJ ?" BtAVgn, -djfcAiWfrA -, , ' '7 ' J-. .7 .j -1 T , ", S H '.!R" -I J I n t i W-ic ra At t-a .SJ.4&, V1'! awrl-ea of Minsk, TKMMRAMS. Davis, of Arkan- MMtjM jreBsd a aegro on condition a bsnm a hum of Mi : V - kV HHbM?Bwe arT NVfM ." q.; tad chusetts. of Bobrul- Hutsls, SO small ' Ita i j fi'.TafrjPM-IJiliieB' cholera statistics to t.flre.aauflow: Provinces. 2,33t ,MkHl 1,M deaths; Manila, 821 ea-w aavd M deaths. Tia ttllllaery Jobbers' Association, wbase eaaventlon In Dotrolt closed wWi a banauet Wednesday nlcht. vot- 1 1 ? H to imt agaJa in November In Kan- Heavy aaow fall at Abbeville and , AaiUaa, la tat department of Sommc, Fraaea, Wedaesday, and roit Is re aortad frosa many places In the Northeaster- departments. The flve-saasted ship Prcusfacn, said to be the largest aalllnic chip In the world, was launched Wednesday, nt dtattaaaaa, Prussia. She la or 6,000 teas dead weight capacity. A snowstorm occurred In Southern Germany Wed...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 July 1902

sV X V- Agy.w..-iiagiMgwiwiTireiiiMP..ii diintiiiiiiiW . ii m mi mam? mmt mmmssm ' I rm yr- vi; T? ' " . TT - - -K-, ...V"V.'S i W You Want Facte. fF" J'tUjPj nf3tdi ( t tj I' I Present Them to You in the Letters j of My Former Patients. You Do Not Pay Me One Cent Until You Are Cured. 1 present to the readers of this paper few testimonial letters and names of fotmrrpatlcnta whom hate cured of rupture, bcllevlnjr that tlie filleted ould rather correspond with some one who bat been cured than read what I might say nlraut myself. You ran more fully Investigate and convince yourself to the mrrlta of my treatment. You Bight dotiln any ststcmonts I might make, but you cannot help but believe the statements of those I have cured. I will aak you to. write to nny or all of them. It you are satisfied with what they say about my reliability and methods of treatment, write to me or call and see me. Remember that la nil canes I guarantee n cure nnd do cot accept one cent of money until you are w...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 July 1902

V- -, -VLA"i'VA " HLrarcr nrriHM. -awaw - " . : " Tv.v i 1 a i .tt. -v.ii'rt r'ji : i W, ; V1 .-s"r'i5,r',',: ; - CMHty Paper . I, eui a , iii e t t . y Wi ' 5-vi r Si'. ttrr.:.:?... . "w. r W I f antATJDlVO. THOMAS, Fubltofcer mx. X- . . ?.." Br ' f " TtiRMS $100 Year. vim.. i- K. - teV aV?. ' V . J 1, V ji. Advertising rates mado known ob f pile i0B Knterpd'at posti-IEoe al Bearer, O- Tl n second" rlsss msttr. WIT D1RWT0S7. MODIHtf WO'illMF.N OF AMHRIRA. CAMP No. ?7rJH, mNH the first and fitH Kalurdsy hl,lil ofeh month In Ihe PylfatM hall, Vlstllnc Neighbors always WeleetMJ Witt Qt'tK, V. C. WM. Wrttrs, Clrrk. 1 W OKLAHOMA POST Nm , 0- A R nitrin In the (I. A H Imll el Braver. O. T i mi lh itrconJ nn( four I h Falnhlsy ef each month, at !i o'clock p. in. Visiting com rades cnrilWIW Intlfnl. 0. 0. TAH.itiitit, Cam. J, It. .QltlNN AdJ't I1KAVKH Illon No. 7, If. of P., mrefs on Tiies'lsy nlnbl of each wr.k at Iho I'jllilnu l.o 'I VWtlni Knight. especU atf lur llfil W. B. Ritonr. C. P...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 July 1902

VOL. XVI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 10 1902. LOCAL AHB PERSONAL W. V. Quian was to town yesterday. Bolin A Drown, Liberal, Kansas, want ta ie ynu. Hattey Butler csmeover from the Cimarron tad ipeat the 4'h. Bub Maple wm jji, kere Iwt week. a picture seeker Henry Pelts. of the Ciujsrm vicla- Itjr, wm to town Friday, Jobs Clarry wee among nailers fro" a dlstancs last week. Roy Brown wm np from Lockwood Saturday. ChM. Creamer and family wire tU Itleg relative at Mode IMt week. lee eream at the Herald oce each Saturday. Doa't failtotry U. Beaver Everett Mefhsae wm dawn from Lrberal leet week. He kae qat the seetloB. H. D. Meeae hM hia ksrnesa ahop eonpleted aad ia bow ready Tor basi net. Fletcher DaBlop, aaether aad aieter, cane over froai Clew Lake, to help a celebrate. If yoa waat aoaiethiBg cooling tkeae hot daya call at the Herald offioe en Saturdays aad get a big dish of ice cream. Another good rata Suaday, eouoty U all right thi ynr. The eaanty comm...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 July 1902

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 July 1902

I ,1 !r L . jX- fit t .'., ' ". '- 'XK ! ! ' .n ,i If m i 98 V1 Mtviwi VsM AmmI II Ht 44 MUMMT mWiaire. r - - -- . s- , ((hi) ItaWTau Ha MT MMN BMT B MTm- ftfe-Tha M4'NtR-K;kM been wttk dsotruetlea fey Are. m mm leeaat'BUBdar moraine.' and JM J tfMtl It SMU'SeMped. As la knows," the theater, m theaters a, la orewaod with a venerable an tlaultr, beta the oldest In this coun try. Tradltloa haa It that the ghosts of aoeae of the old stage favorites, who trad Its board In toek and buskin, still borer around the placo, where, to the applause of delighted audiences, their Senilis once lllnralnntcd the lines ol hakespeare and Bherldan." To those shades of departed gonitis those who hare lived near tho hulldlng and In the ahadow of It traditions ascribe Its seeming Immunity from destruction by Are. Possibly no one knows more about the building than Tomllnson F. John son, who for more than a decade was tho owner and manager of tho theater. In his retentive mind are stored away many of these ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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