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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

^ / : THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 12. 1901. AT EVEN-TIME. _ ' BI AMCE BROWN?. _.•' • Through twilight's crystal gates ajar, - Deep in the dimly glorious West, The evening's tranquii vesper star® Smiles on a peaceful -world at rest: Far off and faint, with silvery plaint. . \\ The wind takes up her olden song. And dreamful fancies, sweet as quaint, the shadowy halls of Memory throng , They float before my yearning gazif. The changeful, cheating things of air . Wrought by the spell of other days - They stealupon xie unaware! When through the vast, unpeopled aisles Of Kisht, some melancholy wind 7 • Tbie passion of her grief beguiles, . For some sweet joy she may not find!' Now through the solemn, surging pines . f The vague aerial murmurs flow: ' And. hush! my straining ear divines -• '•••\". .-' Sweet voices, silent long ago I By reedy rills among the hills. The wild notes fade and fail in flight, , And alj my soul, responsive, thrills / To that sad music of the Night! The woodbine murmBr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

TIIR ADVOCATE, JANUARY 12. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. tbittred in t&e • Piaito'lct' at t-tiirgeon Say, Wis., at 'secotHl-ctatf mall matter. PtTDLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUB OEOS BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. , BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year • fi.so ' Six months .: : .75 Four months .60 Two months - .25 Singlecopies ..... : i....... . .... .06 ISrTwo dollars trill he charged if not-paid \" Within the rear. : , , / STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. IS. 1901. By the burning of the hospital section of an orphan asylum in Rochester, N. Y., at an early hour Tuesday morning more than forty children were burned to death'. Phil. D. Armour, the millionaire packer, (lied of pneumonia in Chicago Sunday, aged about 68 years. He gave employment to as many as 23,000 people at one time during the busy season. Robt. LaFbllette . was inaugurated govern nor at Madison on Monday and the affair was largely attended. The legislature con­ vened in'biennial session Wednesday and will soon get dow...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

-:Y-' TTTK ADTQCATK, .TAKUARY 12. 1901. -Aij^OGATEi STURGEON BAY. BATPBDAl'. JAN. 14, 1901. PRMK LONG. .Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper City a d County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Attention is called to the ad. entitled \"Bummage Sale.'' Read - it en l profit thereby. v —The automatic magician in L. Reichel's window is attracting considerable attention. It was imported from Germany. —Following is the advertised letter list: Edward Felil, Isaac Firlotte, J. A. Jones, J. A. Niche'l, Mis. H. Nelson, John Plath. . - —A carload of coal'was brought in within the week for the use of the Bank of Stur­ geon Bay and .another for A. Hamacek. .A consignment is also. on tlie way for local dialers. , \\ • — : | —The latest development in the Wagner- Kracht matter, referred to in the Baileys Harbor letter, is the marriage of the couple at Escanaba, whither they went, actor being compelled to leave Apipleton. —The threatened suit for damage against Geo. Rankin has been dropped, and Willie Gigo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 12, 1S01. ' PRIVlIiBGES. 'When our forefathers framed the laws They wished to rule their infant nation, . ^ They granted by ft special clause Equality to every station The potencies of class s nd birth Which wealth bestows and rank inherits. Tfiey trampled down, and made man's worth The only standard of his merits. ' Beneath such rule their favored land Displayed from birth a hardy vigor Stern Justice with impartial hand ^- Dispensed the laws with even rigor Then riches could no power assume To mitigate a robber's sentence, Kor hypocrites evade their doom By slim professions of repentance. Then honor ruled the court and State, And scorned the bride of subornation: Then statecraft influenced debate. Nor dealt injanwy provocation: The people's voice was potent then , • And, who opposed its just decision By frau ] or force, his fellow-men ,.. , Condemned to prison and derision. Thus lived our sires: their sons .have changed • Their honest modes for baser usei ' Th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY „12, 1901. JiEVER MIND. Sever mind if your clothing is thread-bare and worn, And its colors beginning to fade, Snch trifles are easier for to be borne Than the thought of a biU to be paid t For debt is a master, relentless Snd grim. . He grants yon no rest or repose: . If once yon are sold into bondage to him No pencil can picture your woes. Never mipd if your neighbors -wonder and guess * Over things you don't choose to make known. Tour motives and actions would trouble them : less. , If they would attend to their own. There's naught to require one to make tyb af­ fairs . Of neighborhood gossip the theme If a man breaks no laws, what he eats, drinks . and wears Is his own special business, 'twould Beem. Never'mind, let the world move along as it . will, I /Life's changes are certain, we know, ' \"And the man that's today at the top of the hill -May soon grope in the valley below. • ' Live rightly, and slander and gossip wi}J fail To harm you, and soon you wil...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

THE ADVOCA'FK. JANUARY 12, tiidi. T_T AVING disposed of my store building and fixtures at Egg Harbor, I Will, from now unfil February 1st, close -L , out my entire stock of General Merchandise at a great sacrifice.. The ^stock consists of Men s and'child- ren's Clothing, Ladies' and Gents^ Underwear, Hats ,and Caps, Boots and Shoes Hardware, Tinware, aftd in fact everything kept in a first-class store. 1 , . : , ^ Childrens' Clothing at 2S per cent, below cost. - , Ladies' and Gents' U nderwear, way below cost. Boots and Shoes at 25 per cent, below cost. Hardware and Tinware at 25 per cent, below cost. ':f~ JWVW- worth of Merchandise at a Big Reduction '••P-'i-'iC A Full Line Come Early While Stock is Full. worth of Clothing WISCONSIN. FOR THE r 1 RELIEF ( AND CURE - OF ALL . | 7 ' KINDS OF V 1 • RUPTURE get the best appliances obtainable. SEELEY'S HARD RUBBER TRUSSES ARE THE BEST. OLD RELIABLE DRUG STOKE are local agents. In order to stimulate dull irade after the holidays I shall ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

Don't Wait... • until yon get two or throe ' years behind before pay- ing your subscription. ' It makes-it bard work\", then. Pay\" every year and you won't feel it. MABIStfN Historical Society Don't Use... a rubber stamp in your , business when. you can get' neat. Up-to-date job printing done at this .off­ ice at reasonable priced. VOL. 39--NO. 41. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, .JANUARY 19, 1901. 11.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. [ Marine mews In Ueneral. Carferry Ann Arbor No. 2 ia engaged in carrying bulk grain from Manitowoc to Frankfort for shipment eastward. After the \"work of converting the old steamer Cleveland has been completed she will be placed in the market for a purchaser. •The Chicago river will not receive an ap- • propriation in the river and harbor bill tin. til Chicago has removed the tunnels and bridges. A iew days- ago the steamer ifaomi in- • flicted slight damage upon the starboard quarter of the schooner LaPetite while try­ ing to pass inside of the vessel in...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

, , THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 19, 1901. ' \\ QOliDEN DAYS. lifeis an ecstacy—night's early seeming, v When Jay'# glad.moments hover o'er the brow . • Vhen all that carod fades in misty dreaming— Transformed to gladness for the happy now Stations eriwrapt. her iwwer of tongue'to ut- . ter . • When pants the soul translating words to mould': ' . Seedless, anon, as fresher visions flutter— life is an ecstacy night-dreams unfold. •Â» life is an ecstacy as, when a-weary. • The Arab bids his dromedary kneel: •ere shall we rest, he cries, in accent cheery, forgetting morrow in our presdnt weal: , 3fcen the long, gleaming spear eagerly seizes, ThruBtsit, overjoyed, deep in the gracious sands— • Vith. its gay pendants play the evening breezss— Eaatocy! breathes, atid lifts'- the bronzed hands. ' Hif&is- anecstaey—Persia's dark maiden Basting, with hand to cheek, on chalky cliff: Sound Oman's peak, whose treasure-depths shall laden. ' ' SSdes 6i\\e with love to guide his dancing skiff. Sow we...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 19. Iflfit. COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS. COMPILED BY .TAJIKS 8. JIAiSTEAD. . The following report was1 read and, on motion, adopted: . . 12b the County Board of Door County, Wis. .- . •'Gentlemen:—Your committee appointed by the County Board at its annual meeting in November. A. D. 1899. and designated as a County Purchasing Committee would submit their annual report, including all bills and Touchers audited and paid during the year: H. G. Eazall A, Co., for register's 6ffic$ - Nov. 23,1899. . .'..... 58 SO Wisconsin Telephone Co., Sov rental, Dec.2,1899.. ...i............. \"200 B T. Thorp, 3 cords wood, Dec. 12,1899.. 18 SO Niedeken & Co., blanks for Co. Judge, , Dec. 15, 1899.... 4 68 J.- B. Wright, cleaning cistern in jail, \" Decs20,1899... SO County Clerk, freight paid and express, • Ded S7. 1699. ... 1 85 •Wisconsin Telephone Co., Dec. rental and one message, Dec. 30,1899.: ,2 25 Frank Free, l cord wood, Dec. 30,1899. .. 8'75 L. M. Washburn, stationery,...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 19„ 1901\". Tiik Advocate. Kntered In ffus Foslo^ce at Sturgmn Bay, THi.. a« teccmd-ctass mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAV, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year......'. —.....' .... .... $1.50 Six months..., ,, • .75 Four months. .. — .50 Two months . .25 'Bingtocopies • .05 t3f Two dollars 'will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY JAN. IP. ml. Russia: has been storm-swept to such an extent that the/ snow was piled up to the depth of tliirty-fiver feet in some sections, causing untold suffering* and hardship among the poor of the country districts. Railway travel was so impeded that the government detailed 18,000 soldiers to as­ sist in the work of relieving the:blockade. Matthew S. Quay still holds the reins in Pennsylvania, having been reflected United, States senator in Harrisburg on Wednesday after a long and bitter contest. W. A. Clark succeeded in, having himself chose fro...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

TflK AIVVqcATK. JANUARY 19. liHil. THE Advocate. 8TUBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1001. FRANK LONG, Editor and. Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS «P LOCAL INTEREST. —The following s the advertised letter list: Miss Dora Salve. / '• —M. W. A. meeUng Monday evening, to which members are requested to attend. —M. Welter is engaged in getting out the \" stone for the foundation of the new hotel building to be erected by Mt French. —The following marriage licenses have been issued during .the week: Binehard - Hiokey to, Annie Meyer, Bailey Harbor Jos. Strake to Margaret Xeidel, city. ! —The fierce wind aarly Wednesday morn­ ing blew in a part of the show win low on Cottage street in the L. M. Washburn store \" building, the pressure proving too great. —Chas. Viestenz this week purchased the carriage and sign painting establishment of / Conrad Berthelson and will run the same in conjunction \\rith his own business. , —Mr. Overbeck has been given the chair­ manship of t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

ADVOCATE. JANUARY 19.1901. octrn. HI? AND BY. BV KTHKt, LYNN. The North-wiml wont down through the vinl- ley. , :j- V: With King Crystal Frost, hand in hnnit. Till the wail of the suffering, quivered.: 1 Through pitiful homes-in the land. Even rich men wont grumbling, and growling With many a protest and cry. Whilst Boreas whistled \"Oh mortals, v You'll pray for my breath, by and by.'V Six months, sped the year into summer, The earth lay asleep in thejsun. While South-wind with languid caresses Kissed softly the chaplet rtew won. The sunbeams came downward, likelanoes Through hazo.^vil the earth wavered dira, J/eaves drooped, lik^ sick people discouraged, Till the sun touch oil the hills' purple rim. little children, too frail for its ferror. : Crept under the sheltering sod, And threescore and ten, sought the shadow -That roots in the cool riven clod.1 Stout health hid away from its breathing. Swart labor dropped out of itg track, yV, , And then came the earnest petition: \"Oh bea...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JANUARY, 19, 1901. *:A V v-V \\omt LEARNING TO DANCE. •Oil, put the liniment on the shelf, - And stop the Vichy's fiz, For I'm able to go about myself . • In spite of the rheumatiz The hinges of my knee may creak. And cry for supppling oil, v : V But I'll get along for all their squeak, • And bnckle me down to toii. * \"But tell me truly, trusty Dan, : If you think, there's any. chance For a stout and middle-aged man : ' To learn the glib-toed dance ° I know that I am stiff and stout. My grace is out of ctirl: • ' But I fain would not be thought a lout,' Though not so slight as a girl. \"At White House blows-out\" where'll be the : fun, . When viols softly sound, To^it like a dumpish son of a gun -.. And notgo capering round? •: *Oh. do you dance the Lancers, sir,' Or, 'will you polk this polkf Like a graven image, must I not stir Among the dancing folk? t \"That's just what's coming, sure's you're born 5 The rest of them all will, trip, And look at me with pitying sc...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 January 1901

h ADVOCATE, JANUARY 19, 1001/ and don't forget that our prices, will com­ pare with any others on the same grade of goods. Careful attention given to all orders. Our Stock of Men's Duck Coats is Too LargeJ Men's Duck Coats, black, for...... Men's Duck Coats, rubber lined, for.... Men's Duck Coats, rubber lined, forVV. Men's Duck Coats, wool lined, for,... Men's Duck Coats, storm collar, for.-... Men's Mackinaw Jackets for.......... Men's Mackinaw Jackets for,.......... Men's Mackinaw'Jackete for......,. Men's Heavy Irish Freize Ulsters for... Men's Heavy Short Coats for.... . . .4. Men's Heavy Irish Freize Ulsters for. $.99 1.49 1.69 4.00 • ••• 2.89 1.50 ,1.75 . 1.98 ... - 8.99 ,49 & 7.59 • •• 7.§9 Smith-Bassford times are the sweetest, .most frag- . rant and lasting that we could find. It is wif,h considerable pride that we claim for our line that it is the largest and most select line of scents ever shown in the city. Let u,s show Jhem to you. Wagetier, Druggist, Hotel Waldo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

Don't Wait.., until yon get two orthree V years behind before pay­ ing your subscription.: It makes it hard, work then. Pay every year and you won't feel it. MADISON Historical Society \"JJ, Don't Use.. a rubber ttamp in your . business vrhen you. can ' get ngat, up-to-date job printing done at this off­ ice at reasonable prices. \"81 VOL. 39-NO. 42. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1901. #1.50 A YEAR '. A A A A «*•* A A A. A {LAKE MARINE NEWS. Steamer City of XoiiisviUe Burned. The City pf. Louisville, a passenger and freight steamer of the fleet of Graham & Morion Transportation company, running • between Chicago and St. Joseph and Bfen- toni Harbor, was badly damaged by file early'Friday morning, while in the com­ pany's dock at Benton, Harbor. Charles Southwell, a watchman on, the bdat, was burned to a crisp on the deck. His home was inSaugatuck, Mich., and he'was 28 years old, and unmarried. \" While on this wharf watching the fire, N.G. Newland, an old residen...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JANUARY 26, 1901. THE lVING CADET. A youth, a would-be soldier, lay wounded at West Point, -'.i. -- ':'' His chin was badly, shattered, bis voice was •' ' out of joint '••\" '••• • ' His. breath, came .hard- and -jerky, at times .\" i unched into sighs, • \" And darksome was the color that hang about his eyes. A kneeling comrade asked him what message he should take ' JUnto hia distant kinsfolk, and thus the victim *Go break it to them gently that when he died their Bob \"i \" 'v Was thinking of old Podnnk, old Podunk on the Wab '' \"Tell them in tender manner I died a soldier's . ileatl^ , : ' The fumes of hot tabacco entangled with my breath,. My nose clear off its bearings, my eyes as big as moons, * Hy hair shampooed with mustard, my stomach stuffed with prunes, They fed me on hot olives served in cold axle grease. And when 1 made wry faces they hissed like horrid geese. And daring the proceedings they laughed to hear me sob' And \"wish myseif in Podunk, in Podunk ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

THE ADVtWATK. JANUARY 26, fi01 \"}• I^BODBLiEMOSIE neighbors. • O. could there in this world be found Some little spot of happy grdnnd •Where village pleasures might go round : * .*•{ Without tho village fettling - Bow doubly blest that spirt would be, , Where all might dwell in liberty. Free from the bitter miaery \"\" i Of ^bssips' /endless prattling. i {It such a spot were really known, ITair Peace might claim it as her own, . \" find in it she might fix her throne \\ Forever and forever ' i There like a queen to reign and live. While every one would soon forgive . The little slights they might receive. And be offended never. 'Xia mischief-makers that-remove Far from our hearts the warmth of love! \"\\ And lead us all to disapprove \" What givt'S another pleasure. ThtSy seem to take one's part, but when They've h«arl our cares, unkindly then They soon retail them all again. Mixed with their poisonous lineasure. And then they've such a cunning way , Of telling ill-meant tales: th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JANUARY 2 linil. THK ADVOCATE. Metered i» iAe f\\Kto-tct at storgmn Rag, B-l».,« nnon't-ctaim matt mal'n. f-UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. ' FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yew ............. ... Bix months .'is \" ' Pour months ...... .50 Two months ... Singlecopiea ...i i. ....... .06 tW Two dollars will be charged if not paid Within the year. STURGEON BAYC 8ATUBDAY, JAN. »«. Iwa. THE QUEEN IS I)EA1. Viotoria, England's Sovereign, Passes Awty - in the Isle 'of Wight. Tuesday Eve- | nin,' in t.e Eighty-third Year 77':'of-Her Age. After an uninterrupted reign for more ' than sixty-three, years, Victoria, England's great and noble queen, passed awayquietly at Osborne Castle, Isle of Wight* n Tues­ day evening, January 22(1. She Is mourned throughout tlie civilized world, and all the Powers of the Old World wjjl send repre­ sentatives to attend the fnneral, which will in due time take place at Windsor Castle, where th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

• _ * ' • ' T 1-. ^ANtJARY 26, 1*M. ')• THE j^DVOGAipEi STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. JAN. 20, 1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES, —Following is the advertised letter list: Concrad Tonneson, Daniel Fish, Jos Biedel. —Cochems' delivery horse ran away Wednesday evening and the sleigh was bad- ly demoralized. The outfit was in charge of Gardner Karker. —The seoond meeting'of the. High School Literary Society^ will be held next Friday \"aftemcbn at 3 o'clock. Piogranv, a \"Mark Twain\" day. All invited. —The Marquette Halt Library Association elected directors \"for the ensuing year as fol­ lows: John Fuerstein, T. ia'Egiiu, Frank Solopmn and Henry Poehler. — Frank Pierre is the oldest ppstmaster in the county in point of long service, having held the position since the establishment of the office in Brussels in. 1867.^ t —Every teamster\" should have bells on his horse or horses, when using aV cutter or sleigh to avoid running over people...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

tilK ADVObATE\" JANUARY 26. 19(11. \" OTOiMSTG FOR HER DAHJYBREAD. • BT OEOSOB W. BTWOAT. Where the vast mob, with many feet, Iitke a hnge monster, ih the street. Seems void of a kind htwrt ti beat With true love anil pity j- Where it moves on, from rosy morn Until the moou has filled her horn. I met a maiden lowly botn. In the eold, proud city. '•• . This orphan earned her daily bread With the swift needle and its thread j Her cheeks grew pale, her eyes grew red, .\" In vigils that she kept.. She stitched her lite into the seams, And she embfpidered in her dreams. The drops of stitohea flowed in streams, In visions while she slej t. Woven with skill and beauty rare. In with her talsk of toil and care, . •Were roses from her eheelissoiair— Her poor, thin cheeks of Know. The crimson and the purple skeinB . ^ Seemed dyed with blood pressed from lur ' \" v e i n s , . The white bleached with the grief that rains In falling tears of woe. While toiling for her daily breai'. If one had cu...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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