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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

if SH ii Iowa State Bystander. By BYSTANDER PUB. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA ATTACK MEXICAN PRIESTS Serious Anticlerical Demonstra tlons in City of Mexico. City of Mexico, July 3.—The pub lie mind is much excited and the. clergy is filled with indignation over the results of a student's anti-cleri cal demonstration yesterday. The students to the number of 300 held public meeting at which stirring speeches were made, denouncing^ the recent immoralities of a few priests who, it is claimed, have been shielded and not punished. A charge was made that former Archbishop Labas tida was a traitor to his country, while the present Bishop Alarief showed no disposition to punish rec reant priests with that measure of severity demanded by the nature of their offenses. The students, ac companied by a great number of peo ple from the lower classes, marched up San Francisco street, and on the way the police arrested three men for insulting wopnen while going to mass. By this time the crowd num bered full...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

Er a CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) "A little, I confess. A strange ac knowledgment, you will say for a man who has spent his- seasons regularly in London for & number of years but so It Is Circumstances alter cases, you know, and I have a fancy to see Miss Mabel and Miss Sylverton, and— and you in ball costume." "You cannot Imagine anyone half so charming as I look in mine," said Miss Trevanion, with &n>y audacity in fact the other two you mentioned are 'no where,' when I appear. And, if you don't believe this statement, you may judge for yourself the night after next. So that is why you are thinking a lit tle about it—eh?" "I would think a great deal about it if I dared. For instance, I would never cease dreaming of it from the moment until then, if you would only promise me the first waltz." "But, at that rate, consider how stu pidly insipid you would be for the next two days. I would not have it on my conscience to be the means of reducing you to such a state of imbecility....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 July 1901

if W ^jy1* Hit Be^C 1 t^e.vp .• STi it^tatas-sft As *i Iowa State Bystander. fe.4,»X BT8TANDKB FD& Cft f.f )KS MOINES, IOWA. W«»yRTT,Ay jrTLY 5. £fcV •j^r ^OT AND SHBLIm lienor is not In honor*. Ckod morals make the best wanirtM. A man must be greater: than his pork. Bridling sin is like harnessing ser JenU. The church thait upholds the world fcannot uplift it The devil never misses the church Business meeting. Greatness is not in being lifted up, Jfeut in growing up. The kingliest are those who are kin jfo the King of Kings. The wrath of God is like that of the Bunlight with darkness or dirt. If the Gospel is impracticable here then heaven is impossible there. Christ would not shield you from etorni, but he can save you from (wreck. They who live on public opinion "Will probably die of popular opDro ferium. It is sad when we are not on good enough terms with God to call Him Father. He who is crowned by his con science cares not if he is condemned by the crowd. He who resolves t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

Uv-llVv.tW.'.iW BH VOL. 8. §M Bill PCBLlftBED EVKHV FRIDAY BY THB BYSTANDER rCBI-lSHINO COMPANY, FIBTH AMD LOCUST HOUM 405 MAHQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 89#. 0 I FICIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAS PRO' TECT1VK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OrriCIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED UKAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue year bin Tlu-m months All subscription payable to advance. j. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. jTTT. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postc. fflce order, moneyorder, express or draft, to the IOWASTATE BYSTAK- Publishing Company, Coararanicatlons must he written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the pub ic. ''Brevity is the soul of wit,'1 remember We will not return rejected manuscript, un less accompfcuied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Miss Birtlella Harris of 1608 E. 13th street is on the sick list this week. Mrs. L. T. Phillips, who has been sick for some time, is reported much better. The people of Albia are preparing to entertain the Odd Fel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

iws *A Hp BJW- &«»£. t'i «an .IP .}.'. Vv 1 Jto'i 1 Bui I (the BtO wr •wi' bri -J en Fa scl by in ap t," *.. in' as, tb hi at cc tt ct tc Bum & j" :.»' W„ iV &"' f. m: "M- dfe* -p^J. ,v, f\ •SH?"-- Iowa State Bystander, tl«v rl V'* lir 1. tKS *Kf BYSTANDER PUB. CO- MOINES, $8- &v ^tv ti The Constructing Ofllcer Arrive, Des Moines, July CUTS DOWN ASSEsSMfcWT- State Executive Council Lowers the Real Estate Valuation. Des Moines, July 11.—The execu tive council yesterday concluded its work as a board of equalization. The and substance of its labors con sisted in a reduction of the reported actual value of real estate in the state to the extent of $6,473,654. The following is the actual value of the property of the state as ad justed by the council yesterday: Telephone and telegraph property .$ 4,827,936 Express 979,880 Railroads ...- 168,285,037 Eeal estate and personal property 2,050,364,451 Total $2,224,457,299 Less exemptions 13,510,279 Total less exemptions ..$2,230...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) Just then the door opened and Mil dred entered. She came in swiftly, ..and advanced so rapidly toward the chimney-piece that, until she was with in a foot of him, she was not aware of his presence there, and acknowledged her surprise by a sudden start and ex lamation of alarm. "I beg your pardon," he said "I did mot mjpan to frighten you." Even as he spoko a wild determina tion to know the worst from her own liy.i without loss of time seized upon liini. "1 came for a bcpk," explained Mil dred, hurriedly. "'Ah, here it is! In confusion I hardly remembered where I had left it." "Can you spare me a few minutes?" asked Denzil, without giving himself liberty to think further. "Certainly," answered Mildred, in a •tone of marked surprise. "But do you not think that another time would be anoi'e convenient? You see"—glancing .at the clock—"how late it is? The ball will commence in less than half an hour, and we shall not be ready." "I will not detain you long," he ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

Wv 3 •N"' -SS ti i. LS O fa ip' ft :.t te fx It #1 M»b 180 Inn Old. •'There are some goldfish in Wash ington which have belonged to th« same family for the last fifty years, and they seem no bigger antl no lesi vivacious today than tfiey did when they first came into the owner's pos* session. A few of the fish in the Roya' Aquarium at St. Petersburg are known to be 150 years old and the age of th sacred fish in some of the ponds at tached to the Buddhist temples ir China is to be counted by centuries ,« if we are to believe the priests. .•r Strawberry Vinegar. Put two quarts of strawberries into a stone jar and pour over them on« qu^rt of good cider vinegar. Cover anc stand aside for two days, then dralr "off the liquid without mashing the ber ries, pour it over a quart of fresb fruit, and stand as before. Do this once more, the last time straining through a muslin bag.. Now add one pound of sugar to every pint of this liquid. Boil slowly five minutes, skim let stand fifteen minutes...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

vv. 1 1 TTT 6. J. FLYNN, a %,eciai nonce, wmuvu* v.— '.•5,5-sJ' ••M»'. S •'i'v B. PORTER, President. W. L. TETLEY, 1 ndertakeVs 50 YEAR8* EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNS .... COPYRIGHTS AC. ATirone sendlnp a sketch and description may nniekly ascertain our opinion free whether an rnvolition is probably patentable. Communlcn nm?B strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest apency for securlnepatcnts. Patents taken tfiroueli Munn & Co. fecial notice, without charge, in the ,receive Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Iar«e»t clr. MUNN & Co.36'8^"'- New York Branch Offlce. 625 St.. Washington. D. C. EXCURSION RATES TO WINTER RESORTS Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets are sold daily, with favor able time limits, to numerous points in the West and South at reduced rates For tickets and full information, apply to agents Chicago & North-Western By 4ft Recognizing the fact that there are many SO-CALLED hair-growers and hair-straighteners...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

v5' fgsfc*. £f», *'. *1 \t W^i o* ften I fan [T JtU3 ut fco 1 1 SUE I Ithe BtO. (Wr. 1 •wii •rl I 1 en* Fa ase t, & fc i-' I. 'V ^iiSI •m "•1 "'"v^ --I rA^Tt^'f' v:V-.f- 1t)ver Two Score Injured, Many of Them Fatally IT WAS AN AWFUL DISASTER. fire VoUotr.« the Colllalon on th* Alton Road Newr Norton, Mo.-rFic»pn| Steam 9mMi—Both Fnflnwn Are Dead. Kansas City, Mo., July 12.—Later re ports show that seventeen persona were •killed, several are dying, and more uthan forty received serious hurts in 4-he wrecking of an Alton passenger "train from Chicago and a live stock train irnir Norton. Mo. Fire added to the horror of the disaster, the coaches being ablaze within a few minutes after the wreck occurred. The diner, •chair car, and several other coaches were destroyed. Many of the passen gers were burned or scalded by escap ing steam. Six were killed outright, four died on a train conveying them to this city, and four died in the hos pitals. The wreck was the result of a head end col...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

|9V"» Twentieth description The International Convention Is a Successi PRESIDENT CLARK SPEAKS. jn Spite of Attendance Not »i Large as Meetings at Cincinnati the Officers— gxpected the prove Gratifying SIi»slonarte» Talk. to Cincinnati, O., July 12. The twen tieth international convention of the United Society of Christian Endeavor has been brought to a.close. In at tendance the meeting was not up to expectations, but that failed to de tract from the interest in the exercises and addresses that were prepared for the visitors. Discussions of missionary work and stories of their experiences jn far off lands by those wha labor in them were leading features in the final day's meeting. One minister who went through the siege of Peking gave a session of those days of dread. was a brilliant success. Both President Clark and Secretary Baer expressed themselves as highly gratified with the convention. Presi dent Clark presided at the meeting in Auditorium Endeavor. The Rev. Wil­ lis P. Hotchk...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 July 1901

tp /. if. f- Y'1 Ii i* !.!-•' if •4fe'-- hy W- ilL 5 'It :Mu 3b wa State Bystander# sriTANDCI POD. OO. ••DES MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. JULY 12. KEOKUK NOTES. Thr hod carriers grave a barbecue »t Kilbioune park the Fourth which was largely attended. Rev. Reeves made an address in the afternoon and _Miss Georgia Williams read an es iuiy. The evening was spent in dnue ing. The Bershal band served diuuer at the hall on Main street the Fourth •which was very successful. Kev. F. L. Smith and family of Co lumbia have moved to the eity. We are glad to have them with us again. .Mrs. Vales and sister, Emma An derson, of Chicago, are in the eity -visiting friends. Miss Minnie Osborn of Macon is -visiting her aunt, Mrs. Robinson. The U. B. F.'s and F. M. T. had their installation Monday at their hall on Eighth street. Music was furnished by Fields brothers. Miss Effie Collins will leave in a few days for her home in Moberly. Mo., and Master Ralph Tea beau will -accompany her. Mr. John lloskins is v...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

VOL. 8. \m SMIf BYSI1DER. MMUBim KVBBT FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER PUBUBHINO COMPANY, FIFTH AMD LOCUST BOOM 405 MARQOARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONB 890. A MCIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO AMKHICAM PRO' TSCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAFBR OF THK MOST WORSHIPFUL 0K1TID GRAND LODGK OF IOWA, A. F. & A. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. Si* mmths Three mouths AU subBcrfptlon payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. money by postcfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATB BYSTAN- DB« Publishing Company. Conmmnipations muit be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the pub ic. "Brerrity la the soul of wit," remember We will not return retfeotad manuscript, un laas accompanied by portage stamps. CITY NEWS Mrs. Harrison spent Sunday in St. Louis, Mo. Hear the sacred song srrvices at the A. M. E. church next Sunday. Prof. Holt, the great tenor singer, sang at the Chautauqua music day. Mise Mattie Barksdale has gone to Kansas City for ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

I|r *s *YA •Srtimift&amtmm&fK* Iowa State Bystander. ISYSTANIKR T)KS MOINKS, ^4,V j&^S &r/. PUII. CO. ify Prospect for a Settlement Is Grow ing Darker. Peking, July 17.—The ministers of the powers now freely admit that the prospect of a conclusion of ne gotiations is growing darker. the meeting1 arranged for today was post poned because it was apparent that the proceedings would be fruitless. It was at the meeting of .July 11 that the ministers reached something in the nature of an agreement as to the indemnity. But almost immedi ately a radical difference developed between (ireat Britain and Bussia as to the details of the plan of pay ment. All the ministers were in ac cord with the scheme early in June, subject to the approval of their gov ernments, but Great Britain. She dis approved the arrangement on the ground that it did not adequately pro tect. her commercial interests. The neutral ministers assert that either Great Britain or Bussia must make material conces...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

^*77^ Accused fffiBn mi. wins Pleads Not Guilty^,Jto Slaying Sister. .-. V"\* 'C^V.'V r» IT Li IS A VERY STRANGE CASE. X„frn.lint and Father Compoi. Con tracting Firm—Family 8my Bargplars Killed Girl i* Mld-iSht B»tU«—Police l)Uliell«T* th» Story. piitsfleld, Mass., July 19.—Robert Stewart Fosburg was arraigned in the Berkshire superior court at 12:30 p. m. to plead to the indictment charging him with manslaughter in shooting his sister, Miss May Fosburg, on Aug. 20 last. He came into the courtroom ac companied by his counsel, H. C. Joy ner, and pleaded not guilty in a clear voice. The proceedings lasted but ten minutes. None of Fosburg's relatives was present. S. N. Taylor, a lawyer from St. Louis who is an iatimate friend of the Fosburg family and who took a prominent part several months ago in looking up the movements of the wire gang in connection with the Foi^urg case, arrived. He will take no active part in the defense. The case will come up for trial at 9 o'clock a. m. to-mor...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

fa** tiSLsW* SIOUX CITY, Last week. Rev. T. A. ClarK returned from a short visit at Chicago Monday. Rev. E. D. Wilson went to Ft. Dodge Wednesday on business, filling his pulpit at the Bluffs and returning vi. to this city Monday. Miss Vic Williams was accidentally shot with a blank cartridge on the 4th by Miss E. Watkins. They were in attendance at a picnic at River side. Miss Williams was brought home to her brother's, C. F. Williams, and next day she was taken to the hospital, as it was feared blood pois oning would set in. Revs. Jones and Miller departed for their respective homes Wednes day. Mr. Bert Clark went to Chicago Friday to join his brother Beverly, Mrs. S. W. -Morgan and son have re turned from a three weeks' visit at Kansas City, Kan., and Leavenworth and report a good time. Mrs. J. W. Norris and son went to Burlington, Iowa, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Norris was summoned to the bedside of her mother, who was not expected to live. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A1 Morgan a son. Mot...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

Mr OTTUMWA NEWS. •, Last "Week.. .V' Manual Uigens, whe was employ ed at Morrell Packing House, got bis leg broken, but Is gettingalong nicely. Mr. Bradshaw, who was accused of murder was bound over to the grand jury. No bonds. There was a party of ladles and gentle men went out fishing Sunday and eaught good or bad oold instead of flab. Rev. J- There est 1 1 Jone9 wUl not return for tt few days, for he is having a nice time in the east. is no one on the sick list this week. Atty. 8. Joe Brown from Alb la has been with us for a few days and he is being congratulated by many of his friends. He is one of the best and bright* young men of our race, and the lady that gets him will not get a suit of elothes with nothing in it. Atty. Woodson of Muchakinock spent a day with Atty. Holton. Atty. 8. Joe Brown oalled at Atty. Hol ton's office. We are going to try and have the BY STANDBR in every oolored home in Ot tomwa. The Masons made four new members Tuesday night. They have made twenty thi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

«#4 6? •S&VA*-* 1 K. 4 I CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) As for Mildred, no sooner had the 'words crossed her lips than she dis Vfained herself for the utterance of tbexn, and wished them back unsaid. Evelr since that fatal night in the li terary Denzil and she had lived seem ingly i.aseen and unheard by each other, as distinctly remote as though spheres had separated them, instead of co many rooms or feet, as the case might be. Now she felt that, by this one rash, uncalled-for act, she had done away with all the good so many teHent days had helped to accomplish. Nevertheless, having once given her word Mildred felt that she must abide by it, and appeared at the breakfast table next morning, to all outward seeming as imperturable as usual. Eddie had also risen betimei to see Jais friend depart, and rattle on in gal lant style all through the dismal meal, leaving no space for the other two to -express their opinions, had they been *o inclined. At length, a footman en tering to announce ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

WHY liNEN IS GAILED LAWN.™ Recent Inicntlon Which Will Slake It aiucb Here f»pp«U»* for All Kinds of Clothing. Very few women, probably not more .than ten in 100. and a still less pro nnrtionate number of men, could an swer off-hand the question why fine iinen has for several generations been called "lawn." The child might pnswer, "Because it is made on a lawn which is not only the simplest, bUt absolutely the correct answer to •flie Question. During the middle ages Holland ,Was the seat of the bleaching in dustry, the season lasting from March to September, and the rough linen being sent from England, Scot land and other countries to be whit ened. For the word bleach is from the German "bleichen," which means "to whiten the word in French be ing "blenchir," meaning the same thing. In those early days bleaching was a very slow, process, consisting of „iving the dark brown and rough linen, filled with impurities, alternate baths in alkaline and acid liquids, with long exposures betwe...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 July 1901

mA i'i aSIP Sr 't Iowa State Bystander# mw BTarrAlTDKB ttl MOINES, TVM. Biitor of BrsrAHDEs:— Please al low ma space in yoar paper for these few words. I arrived in the Gate City at 8:10 p. m., July 10, and met one of Keokuk's worthy youa* men who assisted me 'o the hotel and then to the home of Rev. Timothy Reeves. They were all well with the exception of Timothy R9eves, Jr., who is quite sick. They were pleased and surprised to see me, but not any more so then I to see them. I attended Sunday morn ing's services and in the evening enjoy ed an excelloot sermon preached by Rev. Reeves na se text found iu the 33th chapter of -Job, 6th and 7th TerSes.»Mas. GEO EAWORW. Ch3ap3r Than Evar TO COLORADO AND UTAH Daily to Sept. 10th, IqOI. «0R nA Aa?. 1 to 10 RA Jaly 10 to 31 jpflJ.UV 8^dt. 10 ipJl-uU Aug. 11 to 31 Similar reduced Rates on same dates to other Colora Io and Utah Tourist Points. Rates from other points on Rosk Island Route proportionately lower on same dates of sale. Return Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 July 1901

N MlU OR Ill STATE BYSTANDER. gBU) KTKBT FRIDAY BT THE BYBTANDKH COMPANY, FIFTH AMU LOOUST. BOOM 406 MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 899. FMCIAI. PAP»B OF TH» AFBO AMBHICA* PRO. TKCTIYK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFXCIALI PAP KB OF TH* MOST WOB8H1PFDL GNNN GRAND LODGK OF IOWA, A F. & A. M. TSRUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year •... ... •#1j° ffiS3SSi:.v::-.v:::v:.vv::.:•::....: AU •obsoxiptloii payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. Send money by postc ttce order, money order, espnas or draft, to the IOWA STAT* BTSTAN DM«PutoHahtag Company. OMvnuDloattonB must be written on one side of the pat** only and be of interest to tbe pub ic. 4,Br«Tlty The new law firm, Thompson, Wright 6 Holt are doing1 well. Mrs. Annie Hall-has been a suffering with the tonsilities this week. Mr. Harry Seymore left last Tuesday for his home in Keokuk. H. Wixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs. Rev. S. Bates and Jas. Dixon left this week to attend tbe ...

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