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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

Folk it Centralis Eleven new subscribers to Message since our last issue. tlie 0. P. Clark's bie sale CO head of saddle and harness horses in Mexico Saturday, Oct. 15th. vertisement in the Message. Ad. Rev. C. Bullock, pastor of the Christian church at Berlin, 111., came over to Mexico to look for a . farm. Will buy in Missyurf. Hope he'll find what ho wants in Au drain. There is some interesting polit ical matter on another page of the Message. You will find it there every week. It is good Democrat ie doctrine, and it will be helpful to you to read it. The present cost of living is too high. The Republican party is en deavoring to fix up all sorts of ex planations. But are they doing any thing else to right mattersf Un der Republican rule the trusts have full sway. The very latest new disease, hereafter to take its place by the side of pneumonia, malaria, appen dicitis and other afflictions un known to our fathers, is called mental jaundice, It results from greed, pride, irejudiee ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

- c c. 4 Ctiariie ijietBue io , t iuc Kemp & Pearson Clothing Co. Fred Brand, after his hard round witn typhoid fever, is able to be ' out again. Two belated news letters to the Message last week. Friends, please write earlier in the week. Peter Campbell, who moved from Mexico to near Strother, or ders the Message to his address. Passenger trains are now run ning into St. Louis from Mexico over the new Burlington "cut-off" Dr. Duucan, north part of Au drain, sold his white shorthorn bull, White Victor, coming two years old, for $50. M. J. Lyle, the saw mill man have a big sale of lumber the 11th inst. who lives southeast of Mex ico, is a new reader . of the Mes sage. Misses Stella Snidow, Susie Ba ker, and Claire Tucker, all of Mexico, have charge of the Rush Hill public school. They are get ting along with their work splen didly. Lemuel Grim and wife leave this week for a three months' 6tay at Hot Springs, Arkansas. , They go there to try the virtue of the wa ters. Hope it'll p...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

JOHN':BURT "Ta Kill pprf Mlltnaalrca." Cliaal MMuva'a Dactriaa." Cta. Paunaiui L'rua Aun CHAPTER XXVLContinued "You've got him all right," roared Hawkins, gTaaplog jOBB nrfs nsnd. "Im proud of you, my boy! I came n to help you out, .and now I find that yen htva turecJ taa trick with out me. U there anything mora you want?" "Yes," feturned John. "Well, ou1l got her. I'll bark your grandad' Judgment that she Is wait' Ing for you. Speaking of Peter Burt, bow old did you nay he la?" "N'.arly ninety." "And you wish mo to see him. Think 111 wait until he's a hundred," declared John Hawkins. "Joking aide, Ml go with you any dny you ay, and I'll be damned glad to moot the old man. Only I'll promise not to swear again In his presence." They talked for hours, nnd Haw Ift.b listened with Interest to the dls- closures made Iiy Sam . Rounds con cerning the Cosmopolitan Improve ment Company. A messenger arrived with a sealed letter from the alderman, Informing John Burt that the bribery money had...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

Rear Admiral Ifichborn Recommends Pe-ru-na. V' l if I ' ' I. l'Wlln Hiohborn.Rear Admiral United States Navy, write! from Washington, 1). C, as follows: "After the use of Peruna tor a abort period, J can now cheerfully recom mend your valuable remedy to any one who la la need of an invigorating tonic" Philip hlcbborn. No remedy ever yet devised has re lei ved such unstinted eulogy from bo many renowned statesmen and military men as l'cruna. Our army and navy are'th natural protection of' our country. Peruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. . Address Dr. Hartman, President of The 11 art man Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Every' housewlfe'glonts over finely starched linen end,,, white goods. Conceit Is justiflabl; after usin...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

rr. w, vk v .n. fV f ?vvN "k. W- -, ah, jh, a. , ah. vv, p4fli,A.vttl, yv n . v I' " "w "h. W u 3v "i v J w Uv -vj, J VvrtAft Ml. .TV. K W Wi fcjfc. v rvi iv tup nn E IP f7h rtrf i m u n i i ,:a m ! if) S i v fuloney to Loan... . On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKEHAII & BARNES, Mexico, Ho. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCTOBISK. G, 1904 Terms of Subscription: One year Six Months Three Months -' FROM CALIFORNIA. Eld. Hook Wants Back In Missouri. C. R. Iijtn Fwnitnre Co. MEXICO, MO. Undertakers mid Kmlmlmers. attention Riven to country work open day nnd nltrht. Telephone Store, XK; Itesldcnee, 1!4. Hu.sh Hill and Laddonla Telephone No. 1. pedal Ollice Santa Barbara, Cal., Sept. Eiutob Message : It is a very uocoiumou thing to Lave much rain in this cou...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

ssouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904. NUMBER 50 Mexico Mi HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A military band was recently organized in Mexico. There are sixteen members. Prof. C. W. Davis is the teacher. Mrs. Henry Smith of Vandalia while iu attendance upon the World's Fair in alighting from a street car fell to the ground and sustained a broken wrist. Thomas Gowin, of Rowena vi cinity, was run over by a wagon the 3rd inst., aud died the next day. The accident and death was a great thock to that community. A Vandalia man has so much company that a bunch comes in on the same train that another bunch goes home on. And he acts like he was honestly glad to see every one of them, too. T. T. Turpin and G. W. Mor ris, southeast of Mexico, will have a joint public sale Oct. 17. They expect to move to Fl. Collins. Ft. Collins is catching a goodly num ber of Audrain county people. Invit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

Ccxica Hisssuri Llesssza JaK BEAU rubllaber. "tXXICO Misaoviu A surgical operation he mad ft tatd boy good, and the operation didn't IUU him either. Son glrla alwaya blush conscious ly when the fatal sift of beauty la casually mentioned. A few more narrow escape will place J. tlerpont Morgan In the lint of dim mnaeum ellglblea. The Chicago saloon keeper named Wolf who lout $6,700 from bla aboe will ba eicaacd for making a bowl. Tbe fin eat apartment In New York'i eweat palatial hotel root f 125 a day tiot many minute could you ata there? Glaasboro, N. J., la going to give the ancoeaaful presidential candidate a allk quilt. The other man will get tbe quilting. It la a poverty-stricken Newporter. Indeed, who ran not lose $100,000 of Jewelry before breakfast any morn ing In tbe week. Tbe small boy In enthusiastically Id favor of nature work in the school, with strong leaning toward the green apple course. Do not let the war In the East and the campaign drive from your mind the thought ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

1 RIVER MOVES ITS BED. The Rio Grande river, which forms the meandering boundary line between Texas and Mexico, has changed Its course no that the channel now fol lows the Arroyo Colorado. By the change 600,000 acres of Texas land In Cameron county is now on the south -aide of the river and an International question may be raised. The above map shows the present course of the channel via Arroyo Colorado. The Im portant city of Brownsville Is left south of the river. APPEALS TO RULERS TO END THE WAR international Peace Congrats Address es Resolution to Czar and Mikado. Boston: Resolutions intended to bring about an end to the Russo Japanese war were adopted Wednes day at the International Peace Con gress. By the terms of these resolu tions the congress will address . an appeal to the Emperors of Russia and Japan to terminate the struggle and each of the Powers signatory to the Hague convention wll be formally re quested to press upon Russia and Jap an the importance of putting an end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. e . i . - John Heal, Editor anl Proprietor. Entered t thn rotfi:p at Mevlco Mo., ai nocond -cliff matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 13. 1901 Bryan remains the greatest Democrat of thorn all. Yesterday was Hardin College Day at the World's Fair. The Democrats will rully at Mexico Saturday, Nov. 3th. A uumber of the best speakers will be here. J. W. Folk will fpeuk iu Van dalia next Wednesday night, at 7:30. Mexico will send down a large delegation. Gov. Dockcry will niukea speech at the Mexico court house next Tuesday afternoon, nt 1 o'clock. Yon should hear him. That was a great '.day, the rally at Centralis hist Tuesday. Cen tral in always knows how to suc ceed with such occasions. The (Jlobe-Democrat claims that the Republicans originated and are fathering that proposed consti tutional amendment favoring free text books. Have you made up your mind how yon will vote on " those five proposed amendments to the .State Constitution? Only till No vember Hi li ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OUT. C, 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 5J Wex'mo'a new rock nt rived. (rusher has Allie Adams of this eity is study iug dentistry in St.. Louis. Work on street paving begius this week. Machinery now on the ground. The damage suit of Iieed vs. the City of Mexico is to be tried at Clayton Oct. 2G. Some costly machinery has been unloaded from (he cars for the pi ess brick plant southeast part of the city. There is to be a public wedding nt the big auction sale of lots on the Boulevard, near Ilardiu Col lege, todaj . Ed. V. illiams of Mexico now has a position in the camera de partment of a large drug firm iu St. Louis. Bert Nortoni of St. Louis and E. E. McJimsey of St. Charles ad dressed the Vandalia Republicans Monday night. W. II. Turner, County Treas urer, after his hard tall on his steps three weeks since, is able to get around agaiu. A thief last Saturday night en tered the residence of Henry Brau er iu this city and stole a gold watch and $1.70 in money. Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

JOHN BURT B Safes' Atfcf H -Tfc KMmpiw4 MIMn.lm -Cili.al MranWa DkMm," Cm. OrwTKumT. t I All rlrhw I Corrsiiisrr, ta. T FaaiMBaa CWil ADAM r rye A. J. UltHli BlPULS CHAPTER XXVII Contlnutd. "Whan I made my Urt tradln' fcoufwi I was tickled to death If I r.o!d boas an' made twenty dollar' profit. Ttiat ten thousand dollar meant the r-lllB of more than Ave hundred l.noMs. an' all I had to do was to rt arh out an' lake It. An' I crazed at that none an' thought how It would look Ha my bank book, an' I said to him, "Mr. Morris.' says I 'I'm your man.' An' then, secln" how easy It was to tri ke money here In this city coun cil. 1 made a deal with him by which I was to buy up six other aldermen an' urn 'em over to bim, same as If they vere a lot of houses or bags of pota ia. Then we drew up an agreement i4o rote for the ordinances an' cave It to Mr. Morris. Here. Mr. Chairman, If a the duly certified copy of thnt con- rct. Part of the money was In cash n' the rest In a certified check, an'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

HD BLOW AT AN OLD JOKE. Man Anxiously Asks Pollca to Find Hit MotheHn-Law. "Here'j a description of my mother-in-law," said a meek-looking man, aft be stood before Lieut. Kennedy at po 'Ice headquarters yesterday afternoon, "A what?" asked the lieutenant In surprise. "A description of my mothcr-ln-law, please And her," said the man. "I have looked everywhere for her, but I have been unable to find any trace of her. I was directed to come to the police." For a minute Lieut. Kennedy looked at the man In surprise, then ho reached through the window and took the description. "We'll try and find her," he said. The man left the station and Ken nedy stood for a moment In deep thought. Then he laughed and said: "Well, sir, the police force Is a great place for experiences. I've been here a long, long time myself, but this is sure a new one. In all my ex perience this is the first time I have known a man to come In here and ask the police to find his mother-in-law. There's been a few asked u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 October 1904

is fyloney to Loan... On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. . ResidTi'ce property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Ho. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCTOBEH 13. l'J04 Terms of Subscription: One year Jl.no Klx Months .vi Three Mouths C. L. Anderson at Missoula, Montana, renews for the Mes saue. A granitoid sidewalk will be built on the uortb and east side of the Mexico City Hall. Mrs. Latney Barnes has been eutertainine Mr. William Lewis and daughter of Peteluna, Cul. Guy Petty, who lives on Bolivar street in this city, is afflicted with the smallpox. There is a strict quarantine. As we understand it, lie contracted Hie disease wnne away from home. Mexico Camp No. 20oO. M. W A., adopted appropriate resolu tious in memory of the death of Charles Marshall. A. Hughes, J. A. Abbay and A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

"ate msTonrcit ,9 Mexico ssouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904. NUMBER 51 Mi A HAPPENED and HAPPENING yy S OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN X A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Big Democratic rally in Mexico Saturday, November 5th. Mrs. II. T. Band, formerly president of Hardin College, died at her home in Denver, Colorado, last Thursday. W. II. Russell and family have moved to Mexico. Mr. Russell is the Burlington trainmaster und comes here to make his home. The Message was honored by a busiuess call from Mrs. Jerry Sha han nud daughter, southeast of Mexico, last Friday. A burglar tried to gain entrance into Dr. C. A. Rothwell's residence last Friday night, but the doctor heard him and Mr. Burglar had to get. Rev. A. W. Kokendoffer and Miss Susie Thvolkeld attended the general convention of the Chris tiau church held in St. Louis this week. L. B. Barnett of this city, lost a fine two-year-old Alley, Gypsy Girl, by Rex McDonald, from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

Csxico Missouri Message 40 AN BEAL, Publisher. tXXICO MI8S0UR1 Thl wages of sin It death." And ooner or later every nan collect his Cheftt does not guarantee tha qual ity of Iti war news, but It makes good quantity. A Pennsylvania woman hat bwn killed by a henpeck, which looks lika turning ot tt e table. Dancing masters have decided that the two-stop must go. The aide-step will continue to be popular. Commander Peary feels that he has K few more tort to sacrifice in the (rest cause ot arctic exploration. Game la reported plenty in the woods. A pinch of salt sprinkled on tho bird's tail adds to ita edible qual ity. Editor Dok says every woman should wear a beauty spot. Tho worn I en. no doubt, will accept tho advice on i the spot How queer It must look to a Span iard to read in the American news- papers about a flood on "the Rio Grande river"! j The Guatemalan ants have not done 'much ao far beyond providing the de tectives with another mysterious dis appearance case. The Vancouver I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

KUROPATKIN REPORTS HIS ARMY DRIVEN BACK Japanese Compel Retirement of Entire Advance Force. TWENTY-NINE DEAD AND SIXTY INJURED OKU CAPTURES TEN GUNS; PEACE DELEGATES HOLD OPEN MEETING JURY BLAMES CREW FOR RAILWAY WRECK SHORT NEWS STORIES I I '. Caught from the Wires and Condensed for Our Busy Readers. PRESSING RUSSIANS BACK Missouri Pacific Excursion Train Dashes Into a Freight. Comparison of Philippine and South African Politics Cause Protest. Doctors Ordered to Warrensburg De fore Collision Took Place. ToUIu: Telegra:ns from the Man fhtirinn headquarters Thursday af ternoon announced that Gen. Oku's army on tho left had captured twenty live gun and that more had been cap tured In other directions. Desperate counter attacks of tho Russians on the Japanese left were repulsed with terrible slaughter. The Japanese right is pursuing the enemy vigorously northward. The Russian! opposing the Japanese center were In continu ous retreat. An unofficial report as serts that the entire Russia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John lVal, Editor nnd Proprietor M., i,oiiHl-r!s matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 20, VMi ""h Mf.ssaue is for the Wet it- f r? of the school, whatever thai may le. Hon. Chump Clink will ppeak nt V-ber next Saturday nt 2:'i) y.m and at Vnncliilia same day at i p.m, The Mf.ssaim: has concluded that to vote vts on all the proposed Constitutional amendments will lit about the right caper. Slate Senator M. It. K. Bigtf f Farber wan up Tin flay to hear Gov. I)oel:ery. Senator Biggs w made chairman of the meeting. The S. P. KintnoiiA Short Horn rutllo salt held in Mexico Nov. 25th. annual will he Pon't forget the interests of tlif rural Kchoolo. Ueie is llio ( i't from whence the greatext iniiidf and beht e eliient of citizenship coming. A boy educated in tin country and in the country seboo will hold his place with even odds afrainst anybody. Puild up the rural n iiools. WHETHER Th WORM OR FLY.1 Main Thing to th Arerff Angler I to Catch th Flih. State Siiiterii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

r In THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OUT. 20, 1904 HAPPENED AND , HAPPENING. Boru, to Mr. nud Mrs. M. M. Sharpless, a son. Our friend E. V. Elliot gets the Message at 349 Maple Ave., Kan sas Cify. II. L. Steppleman, head miller for the Pollock Milling Co., re mains a very Bick man. W. V. Eubanks, late of Chica go, orders the Nessage to his new nddtess at Paonin, Colorado. G. L. Humphrey, Edna Grigsby and Jessie Craig were appointed committee on resolutions at the County Teachers Institute. P. Brown of Wayne County, Indiana, has moved his family to Mexico. lie is looking around and may purchase land in Audrain. There will be a supper giveu nt Dr. Flyut's at Molido Friday night, Oct. 21, for tho beuefit of Mount Zion church. All cordially invited. Mrs. Margaret Puhrer of Pitts burg, Pa., is visiting her uncle in Mexico, Robert McDonough. They had not seen each other for more than. 40 years. Miss Lou Douglass' kinder garten class enjoyed a picnic in Waddingham Park yesterday. Miss Douglass is te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

JOHN BURT II "m Aatfcw "Th KMmprwd MKHmlrat," "Colonal Monro" DMtrta," Etc OfifTmcirr. iwt, T All rlcht Oormr'iirr, ) ht rtiDinKI Urn ADAM marred a. J. !(. ViDDll CHAPTER XXIX. Edith's Confession. "The papers say Mr. Morris will be arrested! it's awful, Jessie! Look at the big headllnos! Isn't It awful?" Edith Hancock's cheeks were red dened with excitement as she dashed Into her cousin's room. "Mr. Blake win here while the general was at trcakfast." the gabbled on, breath lsly. "They talked a minute and then he hurrlod away. Isn't Mr. make lovely? And he's so big and hand some, and generous, and good-looking, nd manly, and and everything. I Jti?t love him Jessie. df?n't you?" She looked closely at JesRle Carden. "I I like him. Kdlth. It wouldn't do for huth of us to love 1j i in. would It, cusln mine?'" "Me loves you." protested Eililh, ilh a blush. "1 know he does. Are you sure you don't love hint, Jessie, Just a Illtle Ml?" "Quite sure," laughed Jessie, as the roses can?e to her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

1 V h r Dean Stanleys Marital Fellelty. Tke lata Dean Stanier, it la said, worshiped tha very ground hit wife, Lady Augusta, trod on, and many are tha compUmcnta he paid har. "It I war to epltomlza my wtfe'e ausJI ties," ha onca tald, "I couldn't da It better than In the words of a cabmaa. who drove ua on our honeymoon. Your wife,' ha said, 'la tha best wo nan In England,' and I quite agree with him." TATS Of OniO, ClTT OF TOLIDO, I Lt7CA8 CorBTY. ( Flaws: J. fHirit makes Mrtl that he ll Hnta termer of tbo firm of t.4. Cbbbbv a Co.. doles' aelB.ae la lb city of faledo, County and Bum aforesaid, ftnd that eeld flrih will par the Bum of ON a. HUS'DKKU noiXAHS for each and every mm of Catarrh that cannot be oared by us nio of UU'I CaTABBB CVSB. FRA1K J. OHRVfcT. wors to hfore mo And enbecrlbed lm toy pre aco, tblt Sib day of December, A. I). 1M. ' , A. W. ULt A80y, 1 J f KoTABT FCBLIO. Haii'e Catarrh Car ft tatea tsteraell, and acts directly ou the blood and macmie earfAoee of uta VMli...

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