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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 October 1906

7 youn Perhaps the opportunity of a life-time is knocking at your door. Will you heed, or will you let him pass by? Decide quickly. Your future may depend upon your decision now. We say, "do not let this opportunity pass." Read elsewhere about how you can obtain a Free Scholarship to Draughon's Business College or to The Tyler Commercial College. YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected carefully A sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE.^"^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse In connection ANGE V I ORT OUR FIRST CONSID aNP OAU.A8, TEX W O.CRUSH 6.P.ATA E. A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DfREJrORY Governor 8. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bt.ll Comptroller J. W. Stephens Treasurer John W. Robbins Commissioner Land Office J. J. Terrel Supt./Public Instruction i Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief J ustlce R. R. Gaines Associate Justice j £ J wwYarns Court ef Criminal Appeals. VV L Davidson,...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

uk"' " <• IB- p§S ipf! mm-?-- v' v, w ^ :■ '/• w|. Clus Russek ' INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorhLj IrCYRIL PETER, jtlt work of /'/« first' Class order. ■LL_ ' ■ '^MT I ■ " 'V'1L I ; 5? Slaymomd Win free, Sditor. iPlatn Words at* the est. One dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, ^AY, NOVEMBER I, 1906. NO 12. '' . m f. H SSI In Kitty9s Parlor By Paul Cres wick (Copyright, by Jowyk B. Bowie*.) "Thank goodness," I exclaimed, sinking into the very easy chair by the fire, "everybody has gone! For once fortune is kind." "You're so late," said Kitty; then she added, maliciously: "I kept Nora as long as I could." "Dear Nora," I said, spreading my hands to the blaze. "And how did she look?" "Most charming and—demure. That expression becomes her best I shall ring for fresh tea, while you switch on the lights. The gloom is settling on you, Reggie." "Let it be for awhile, Kit," I begged. "Gloom is, after all, only a mood. Did I ever tell you t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

Schvlenbvrg Slicker RAYMOND WItfFREE, Bditor SOHULENBURG, - TEXA.S This has been an awful year for dis- asters, and the deer-hunting season Is still to come. The czar is said to have fled the country, after a vain effort to push the country from under his feet. An American has won the interna- tional balloon race. How would Sir Thomas Lipton like to challenge us fpr the aerial cup? The Escanaba Indian who is to marry Kick-a-Hole-in:the-Sky and is to acquire Afraid-of-No-Man as a mother-in-law will probably admit his own name Dennis. The czar o? Russia is reported to be hiding in Denmark. If he has suc- ceeded in getting there safely we would advise him to lose no time In sending home for the furniture. Most persons evince a greater in- terest in the description of a new pri- vate car or a perfected airship than in the report of a case of chronic dys- pepsia cured by walking. Raisuli breaks into every public oc- casion with the air of a man who con- siders himself the most important ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

I BALAAM'S 1 BLESSING | NINETEENTH—In Cioud and Pillar Series * ■ ■ ■! A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF A -j- THE HEBREW PEOPLE fBy the "Highway and Byway " Preacher *:* ^r (Copyright, 1906, by the author, W. S. Edson.) k Scripture Authority'—Numbers 22, ^J3 and 24; especially 22:6; 25:18, and 31:8. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo SERMONETTE. Balaam is one of the strange, inconsistent characters we find in the Bible. Although not a Hebrew, but a dweller ar#;ng the heathen, yet in some way which Scripture does not reveal he was possessed of a certain knowledge pf the one true God. The most important question which arises in connection with- Balaam is: Did he live up to the light that he had? By this question we may measure the man,, and perhaps discover why he presents so weak, so miser- able a picture and plunges at last upon the very swords of the people of the God in whom he believed. There is no evidence to show that Balaam, enlightened with a knowledge of ihe true God, sought to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

'•'v •*' I '"-•■■X'v - ■ - •:■ ' ;'r .,'■ -,?• ■.". St?" C; "/ : / ZCbe Sticker. RAYMOND WINFAEE, EM Mi Publisher Entered at the Sohulenburg postofitce as eaond-blaSsiB matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM >' ■ *■■-■ •; 3 Sticker inVifes tie pubirc to keep it " concerning the goings and comings o£ rtr. If you are leaving town or have Bride vial ting ybu or departing, drop ue a line that we may make nose of it. Bat be eufe t<0 sign your name to it as as evidence of its agfnuinemess, THURSDAY. NOV. 1, 1906. Bryan. Bailey. Burgess. How is this weather for a start- er? .The Halletsville Herald mao stated last week that ho wanted to barrow 75and a girl for the camiyul- when it conies to that town. Now we Are in doubt whether he mean6 Tec or $75. If it is 75c we can ac- commodate him, but $75 is beyond oar lynifc. Now if lie wasn't a married man we might iend bun a girl provided he became a citizen of Schuisnburg ever afrer as we need a few more boys here. The Sticker had the pleas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

HO ENER'S u •' • - jf welt assorted stock of the latest Winter Soods ..... ^ 7)ress Soocts, Outings, flannels, broadcloths. Staple Soods of all descriptions, SBoots and Shoes, and 'Underwear. jfli as low prices as possible, a bargain about ISO UPair jCadies and 7/fisses Sheos Sfour pick at 50e a pair. 9fyostly small sites. HOE NEE, ' S POUT. r - * 4MBUr The following la tin mrketraportaB compil- ed br H. Horner. and oh*nsred weekly, accord- ing to the Wghe« market prices paid, CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton sew per lb quiet Nominal. 91*1 Cotton Seed per 100 iba • J® Cora— -60 eo Batter (cooking) - *•— 7-12 Sutter (table)-.. 10121-2 Chicken* (as to (tie)spring lOo Hens..... 7olb Rooetera — ——12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 7o Baoon Lard. Cabbage Potatoes, per bin — Pecans Butter Market dull. Chlz needed Eggs: Good demand Cotton declining dally 10 fiS 10 lb : lc ..... 1.00-1.20 - 7 1-2 mmt ■ For SaIe—The August Herder place. inquire of Wm. Hahanke. Mr, Aug. Hahanke was in York- town last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

fivg i# ^ i--' ; ■ EaBfe & ?P,-' set? I-,: I IS:' 1 f P$j®gF ujS^ss? 1- The Bad Boy Makes Friends with Some Italian Children—Dad Is Chased by Lions from the Coliseum—"Not Any More Rome for Papa," Says Dad. BY HON.- GEORGE W. PECK. (Ex-Governor of Wisconsin, Former Edit- or of Pock's Sun, Author cf "Peck's Bad Boy," etc.) (Copyright. 1005. by Joseph B. Bowies.) ROME, ITALY—MY DEAR OLD "TARD:" Well, sir, if you could see me now, you wouldn't know me, because foreign travel has broadened me out, so I can talk on any subject, and people of my ag-e look upon me as an author- ity, and they surround me everywhere I go, and urge me to talk. The fact that the boys and girls do not understand a ■word 1 say, makes no difference. Tbey do not wear many clothes here, and there is no style about them, and when they eee me, with a whole suit of clothes on, and a hat, and shoes and socks, and a ecarf-pin on my necktie, they think I must be an Americano that is too rich lor any use, or something ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

&*TJZxm::r: se. tITED STATES SENATOR ROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-Rll-NA. FOR STORING LINEN TERRIBLE SCALP HUMOR. CLOSET EASILY THE BEST OF AU RECEPTACLES. Care In Arrangement and Laying Away of Freshly Washed and ironed Linen Will Well Re- pay the Housewife. Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. Dyspepsia Is Ofttn Caused By Catarrh of the Stomach—Peruna Relieves Ca- tarrh of the Stomach and Is Therefore a Remedy For Dyspepsia. • . «... .. . . 1 Hon. M. C. Butler, Ex-U. S. Sen- ator from South Carolina for two * terms, in a letter from Wasliingtc D. C., writes to the Peruna Medici as follows: L V. C., 4 Co., as I "I can recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine for a short period and I feel very muci I relieved. s it is indeed a wonderfu > medicine, besides a go'od tonic." m- HF few.. « . • pjs.v > . • . CATARRH of the stomach is the" cor- rect name for most cases of dyspep- sia. In order to cure catarrh of the •tomach the catarrh must be erad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 November 1906

zw s \ BSf « "-r a— •' -• - r- ' J ■: ■ Perhaps the opportunity of a life-time is knocking at your door. Will you heed, or will you let him pass by? Decide quickly. Your future may depend upon your decision now. We say, "do not let this opportunity pass." Read elsewhere about how you can obtain a Free Scholarship to Draughon's Business College or to The Tyler Commercial College. ■v y /- •' . •. s - ; _ The '.-'M H.< il 04 m YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it ia selected carefully a sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE— Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearss in connectisn let us AN6E V n OMTORT OUR FIRST CONS1P w.g.crush l p.<ta. oaltas| tex. QENE8AL DIRECTORY Governor 8. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor....Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bell Comptroller J. W. Stephens Treasurer John W. Bobbins Commissioner Land Office .r. J.J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre SUPBBME COURT. Chief Justice R. K. Gai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

m V'.w-" V ;.'•« > • •••• • iSgSfar^Si^ W- - fl*« W,ltM WJ iC,TI* mm *"* |§|j$ HJ 3p$KSg| iiii i- a© ■ ',7s pt? •' I ~~_j jiir INSURANCE M fa Representing the leading | Companies of the World^j g g £ Lm I I CYRIL PETER, work of the first- order. Siaj/momd lOin free, Sditor. — — 1 - " ——— —— !Plain Words are Gver the Siest. One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1906. NO. 14. Bargains By Helen Jane Bmyley (Oapyriffrt, by Jowpb 8. BoirUn.) "We can't afford It, John." "Wb can, Mary." "No;, John, you are too free with your money. We must look out for the rainy day." The man shrugged his shoulders. "You're always harping on that rainy day, which is in the future, and always will be." "We cannot be too sure; and there are the children." "You make them burdens too heavy to t borne," the m;in grumbled. Mary and John Sherman are a cou- ple who heard their wedding bells peal out ten years ago. Then he was a young man of good character, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

mm The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS * Where to Begin Reform. The temperate temperance man, the reformed reformer, the healed physp clan, are not easy to find, even among the great ones of earth. Hence it be hooves you and me, explorers in the cosmic bughouse, to go slow along the reform pike. Think how long George Washington practiced before he was able to conquer the habit of drumming with his fingers on the dining room table. We can still read in his com- monplace book all the rules he laid down for reforming himself. Yet he never got over the impulse to rip out a swear word, and sometimes let l^i rip. So, it is not surprising that when the revolution came and he was chosen to lead the fight, in other words, when he was on his way and did not know where he was going, he shucked a tear or two. There were hundreds of reformers in the vicinity who would have taken the job with a merry ha! ha! But George, knowing how difficult It was to reform himse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

mm Wk r.v u. :-v^ "Love for the land" is spreading. Irrigation is spelling evolution in farming. It is misuse, not use, that wears out machinery on most farms. Sunflower seeds are specially good for the poultry during moulting. After all, is not the farmer the real advance agent of prosperity? Better farming means a better farm, a better neighborhood and a better world. Turnips are best harvested by let- ting the sheep eat them off in the field. Cows should not be expedted to maintain a good milk flow on rye pas- ture alone. Don't pasture your meadows at the expense of next year's hay crop. Tou'll regret it next summer if you do. It is said that fully two-thirds of the land in Great Britain is owned by the members of the house of lords. Sheep need water as much as other 4mimals. The dew on the grass is not sufficient Remember in preparing the winter quarters for the fowls that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Put In the tile drains before the ground freezes. Without ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

3 Pt ZEbe Sticker. DAfMONB WIRFREE, EillH nd Publisher ■ 1 ■■ 1 ■ ■ * ■ «■ • — Entered at the Sohulenburg poatofflce as •oond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep it * concerning the goings and comings of *n. If you are leaving town or have Mated the town. . _ g jlifiends visiting you op departing, drop.us a ;Bne that we may make aote of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its ifeomneness. THURSDAY. NOV. 16, 1906. Bryan, Bailey/Burgess, Everybody went to the No-Tsu-Oh bat the editor, And he stayed at home all the days, the earnival, And the delinquents, too, Bat the editor had to stay at home, For he failed to receive a pass to carry him through. The abo^e is respectfully dedi- cated to the management o! tbe Houston Carniyal with an accent on the pais. Here is something that is worthy many dollars to know: Sprinkle lime in your stock tank and not a particle of scum will form on the water. When the. lime loses its st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

u 1 IP Ir- H O B, N E B ' S well assorted stock of the latest It)}inter Soods 2^$*' y&ouffAtr' «™ 'Dress Sooctsj Outings, flannels, broadcloths. Staple Soods of att descriptions, tftoots and Shoes, and Itnderwear. Jtll as low prices as possible, a bargain trAout — ISO !Pair jCadies and 7/fisses Shoos Sfour pic A at 50c a pair. Tlfostly small sixes. HORNER'S MytMMJBT a MiJP our. Tli# following Is tho market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qniet Nominal. 9 91-4 Cotton 8eed per 100 lbs 56 Corn BO 00 Better (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table)-.. 10121-2 Chiekeas (as to size) spring lOo Hens 7o lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 0c Bacon - Lard 10 lb Cabbage le Potatoes, perbhi 1.00-1,20 Pecans 11 Butter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: Wanted badly Cotton deoUnlng dally Anticipating bureau on 21. For SaIe—The August Herder place. Inquire of Wm. Hahanke. Miss Ludwig visited S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

m ■ i i A PUBLIC DUTY. m- 16-V xT. • «•*- • ' w&. Montpelier, O., Man Feels Compelled to Tell His Experience. Joseph Wilgus, Montpelier, O., says: ^ feel It my duty to tell others about Doan's Kidney Pills. Exposure and driv- ing brought kidney trouble on me, and I suffered much from irregular passages of the kidney secre- tions. Sometimes there was retention and at other times passages were too frequent, especially at night. There was pain and discoloration. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me relief from the first, and soon infused new life. I give them my indorsement."1 Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. First Flower of Spring. Ti the northern United States tlie snowdrop is the only garden flower Uutt we can count on year after year as the earliest sign of spring. Its pendulous white blossoms, with "heart-shaped seal of green" sung by Eossetti often appear before the last now has gone. Luckily, even city families need not be without snowdrops, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

£* ! .-ij l?-;- J; m*i if, i mi 10OH PE-RU-NA IFOR CATARRH „ )OFTHE(_ HEAD.THROff, lung&stomaoi HlDNEfS.BLADDER AND( ORGANS Not Complimentary. A stockdealer, baying horses la Colorado, had been directed to the ranch of Old Bill Sands. Wishing to learn something of Old Bill's business methods before entering into negotia- tions, he made some inquiries at a near-by ranch. "What sort of business man is Bill Sands?" he asked. "Wall,, stranger," replied the ranch- «r, "I don't think Old Bill would go plumb to hell for a nickel; but he'd keep fishing around the edges for it until he fell in."—Lippincott'ar. THE HOUSE THAT BAKER BUILT. CHAPTKB VII. The House of Walter Baker & Co, established 126 years ago, has grown to be the largest of its kind in the world, and it has achieved that result by always maintaining the highest standard in the quality of its cocoa and chocolate preparations and sell- ing them at the lowest price for which unadulterated articles of high grade can be put...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 November 1906

-> w ■Xf.,. - - \ Perhaps the opportunity of a life-time is knocking at your door. Will you heed, or will you let him pass by? Decide quickly. Your future may depend upon your decision now. We say, "do not let this opportunity pass." Read elsewhere about how you can obtain a Free Scholarship to Draughon's Business College or to The Tyler Commercial College. mm im T h wm : mi, YOU BUY FROM / S. T. Schaefer, • * . * 4 7 • ' % Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Pilots, oils, Vanish, and Builder's HARDWARE. C«fflns and Caskets sold. Hearse in connectien mkii SIS LET US ANGE II OMFORT OUR FIRST CONS1D R A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DIRECTORY i Governor S. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor... .Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. BUI Comptroller J. W. Stephens Treasurer John W. Bobbins Commissioner Land Office....... '. J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction r.. Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief J ustice........ R. K. Gaines ABsociate Justi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

J44" X* . : ■ ' "" iSs* ■ ao«MWBi r . * i' Uiiif«t ur AWSTI* I*Qu& Russek INSURANCE CYRIL PETER, | IV. order, ▼ m J Representing the leading Companies of the World. One ^Dollar j{ 2/ear. iPlain Words are Sver the SSest. Sftaymomd Win free, Gditor. schulenburg, fayette county. texas, thursday, november 22, 1906. no. rs. vol. xiii. SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS taanfey I T T n. o Y Y m NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE MEYER, NRY Shirts at a Half. More tan, svhite and black figure shirts half a dollar. St*p lively or you will it. Its a shirt s*le— a rare opportunity to buy a shirt, They're not shirts that we have had « n hand -we didn't reduea the price hpcnu e we couldn't sell them. Underwear Logic. Perhaps you have let the underwear matter " !idr>" w riil nmv You c n niake amends f • 3o«\ 45 \ 75 ■ « r a lotle more. Pays "<v <><•<! un (crwear von kn<*w. Exclusive Neckwear. We don't believe there's a reasonable man within trading distance of Schulenburg whom neckwear. Exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

v\: i t A. Tic Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WltCFRES, Editor SCHULENBUBG, - TEXAS The Jap certainly Is sharper than a serpent's tooth. New York's chauffeurs have struck their employers for more money. For once the pedestrian escaped. A magazine is to be printed for the blind. Those who won't see have al- ready'their favorite periodicals. Having dippe^l his hands into its money chest, the duke of MarlbOrough has no further use for the yanderfcilt family. ' , Clergymen must now pay full fare on almost all railroad lines. What they lose in cash, however, they ought to gain in self-respect, And now an Englishman talks of the "joyous American face." Of course the English face is notoriously animat- ed and cheery.^ A Cuban editor has been wounded In a duel with a military hero. should have remembered the old say ing about the pen. The Pullman company declares that its sleeping cars are hotels. It doe$ not go so far, however, as to suggest that its porters shall hereafter be re ferred to as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

■ " ■ j - - llllli? mms k f " fcjsSpi-* MRM *fk>^ Destroy all cocoons and egg clus- ters found on fruit and shade trees. Modern agriculture is fertilized by science. The city man is known by the com- pany he keeps-, the farmer by the stock he keeps. • Trim the fingernails and smooth down the voice. The cow will appre- ciate both at milking time. Take time to strip the cow these days, or you will miss the richest of the milk. The United States exported 36,492 horses, valued at $3,976,010 during the 11 months ended May, 1906. It is not safe to break up glazed crockry lor fowls, as the glazing has been known to act as a poison. Put the dust box where the sun can get at it part of the day. My, how the hens will revel in it. Bushes trimmed in the fall and the cane burned will be apt to suffer less from insect pests next year. Weevils in chestnuts or grain may easily be killed by treatment with the fumes of carbon bisulphide. Rake up the old vines and rubbish in the garden and burn. Ma...

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