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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 June 1909

Daily Puzzle ýIý A I II THE VERY WAY. To reach perfection, list to me, My poor misguided brothers; Just ifollow the advi ce you give So freely unto oth ors. Find a philosopher. Answer ti Yesterday's Puzzle-Upsi do down, at shoulder. Afl One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: A. F.-One. W. M. H.-One. H. B.-One. W. G. D.-One. R. O.-One. Box Q.-One. X. 4 X.-One, Hustler-One. Friend-One. H. .Tn C. F. Baun-One. WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY - THE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Cedar street. Highest prices paid for old metal, rubber, bottles and hides. All orders called for. "bone r.66. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-10 ACRES OF LAND with 65 or 70 acres in crop. Also farming tools (all new), horses, har ness and wagons. Seven head of horses, four working horses and three colts. Ten miles from Mis soula. Gr(ar Valley. Wm. V. Cyr. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 June 1909

D~ILLY'S BUSY CORNER. issoua's Best Grocery SPECIAL Rickers' "Half-Minute" Coffee Pots Four-quart sizes, $8.25 value.. 1.50 Two-quart sizes, $175 value..$1.25 For This Week. RANDALL'S GRAPE JUICE Absolutely Pure. Quarts, per bottle ......................50¢ Pints, per bottle ........................3O#. Half Pints, per bottle .............. .10* Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. GOOD CIGARS Within certain limits, there Is a chance for a difference of opinion as to whether cigars are good or not. No one brand is sure to suit everybody, but there are certain brands which come pretty near it and this is the kind we endeavor to keep. In our opinion .at least, we have the best assortment of cigars in the city and shall be glad ;t any time to have the opinion of "smoikers who are not already fa miliar with our line. One thing is certain, that we always pay enough to get good brands and are quite sure that we get what we pay for. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONE .o Higgins Avenue and F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

THE WEATHER Tomorrow-D A ILY. Fallow Jnventment T o aynir oullan c a s fe d a de r i, - Ing. OL, XXX1VI. NOi. G6. MISSOULA, MONTANA, u)1 IIim Il\;ýD J11 .. ~~PRICE FIVE ET ~T.PAUL TR ADE MISSiONAIES ARE WELCOME[DIN MISSOULA nformal but Sincere Is Greeting of Garden City to Business Men From the East. PR[ADINg PROPACANDVM OF COMMERCE IS DUTY rominent Members of Party Tell Reasons for Making Trip and Pay Flattering Tribute to the Beauty and Pro gressiveness of Montana and Its Cities-- Minnesota Band Gives Concerts. Informrial but most sincere was the elcome of MIssoula to the delegation St. Paul wholesalers, manufactur s and jobbers who arrived yester .y afternoon to spend Saturday night .d Sunday morning. At the North n Pacific depot the visitors were at by representatives of the Mis ula Chamber of Commerce. Glad ot opportunity to stretch themselves, i St. Paul men left their special tin and scutlered to the up-town tell and began the mak1ing of new ends. In the evening they were gue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

Out of (own Customers THE City friends and patrons Whpie hundreds of shoppers front outside dis- We wish to thank you for yiitr Jiber (leat' tricts visited this great sale on Friday and Natur- age 1ring ils first theo wahs of this dun, yleaft day, yet we realize many others are unable to (10 eiolne lal~e. T ghthe weatefro viiof h satore, yeat so, and for your benefit during this sale we will ernoon prevented many front visiting t tr our sales rooms were well filled durini the entire fill all mail orders at the prevailing bargain prices, (1di and we were more thani satisfied. The bar but at these reductions it will be necessary for you gains are here for your clioosing and the sale dort to pay tihe postage and express. Prompit titten- 7ntcoeisi uy3 u o r g tonibe given evleyoer and ey ile your friends 'Wil e tre---Meet Phemo rticipte in lie iaay good tl inger guaranteed just as advertised. vou totmorrow . Smbroideries THE GREAT JUNE CLEARANCE .SALE continues---Saturday ousekeepers' p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! DECLARATION OF W AR "11 s, rar or h oming Wee on Car~ppet, Rags turd Hlouse Furnishings Commencing Monday, June 21, 1909, and. Lasting Until Saturday, June 28 WAR ON CARP1ETS WAR ON RIS -( WVA ON LINOLEt M WIA I tN O 01lLO11 WAR ON WINIO\ SHIAD)] ES WAl ON EVERYTHIN(1 IN THE, LINE OF HOUSEFURNISHI1N(1. Never in the history of Missoula have you bought Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum or anything in the line of House furnishings at such ridiculously low prices as you can now. We invite everybody to come and visit our Carpet and House furnish iug department. It will more than repay you for the trouble whether you buy or not. Come and see us at (corner 1liggius A venue and o ine Street Rugs! Rugs! Rugs! Get Our Prices on Rugs Be. fore You Purchase-It Will Surely Pay You. Ingrain Rugs 2 1-2x3, sold for $4.50. Special this week ............|$3.95 3x3 1-2, sold for $5.50, Special this week . ............$4.45 3x2, sold for $5.95 Special this week ...... ......$4.75 3x3 1-2, sol...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

hades' Specials. Across The Street from Judge Knowles' beauti ful residence I have a new, ihoioughly modern 7-room home that is a beauty, nicely arranged and splendidly fin ished; good cellar; lot 50x75. I am offering this attractive home for three days at a spe cial bargain. The property is actually worth $3,000, but if sold by Wednesday I can let it go for $2,700, and it is the best value for the money on the market. $70 Cash the rest two years, will take a new 4-rootiu cottage on, South Third street;. well built, splendid location,. 50x 130 lot; close in. This is a very attractive buy for $1,700. -0-. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. PUGiCIUUS MINNIE TO BE TRIED' TUESHAY Again is pugnacious Minnie Smith "in wrong." This time, in addition to the chare of assault and battery, preferred against her a few days ago, she is facing two additional charges, that of maintaining a house of ill-fame and that of appearing on the st...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

Missoula Mercantile Company l/i,\401v/l'., Ol/ve / I/et and Lvt e II cle I "/ee of <l liSty / () i Il/1r /ise, H nest 1a IlIiv vvd \tvvl/v ion Iv 1IIW I. Our Great Furniture Removal Sa Enters Upon Its Third Week With Bargains as Great as Ever "'lhey'rP almost giving furniture and carpets away here!" said one lady to aunther within our heaving the Uthe1 Ily. "I ov'e just pl 'lhasec a new hod lv)v111u Ilit I sat Wm l I ith and now Pin going after my husband to help mve select a , dngroomvl outfit and a. rug or t wo. I lon't- proypo~se Iov let. sllieJ b'arga inis escape vle'." Youi don' {avI at tov let t hemi v~les noil, eiteri' have cosy d~ea making a. house a home or your home more attractivye vidc more covmfortablie. This sale' is the opporvtunvity voi' yearvs. -Never has Thlere beevn cve like it ini vl issnilai net ti heyr i ( tvii of' qiaul Iy vivl jva itof y nrhid~ t be di spoed of nor in price con'ession-s. On r new qu ulyuers tor the Fucinii rt'e and C arpel depavl'tvoleuis ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

UNEQUALED SAT* BARGAINS Stihdray is always a day of special value-giving at The a rtin Company. This day we place on sale special items 1t, are backed,up by prices which mean savings of dollars and cents to all buy. Our ads are always dependable. Empty clnims never make a suecessful sale, but, the right merchandise at the right pr will assure ius of a crowd today. BlIck Tafreta Dress Goods Wash Goods New Si 'nes Linen Crash 48 Yard 49c Yard 9$c Yard lic Ya 12c Yard All this spring's wash Our entire stock of 15c 36 inch wide, chiffon fin- dress goods and suitings dress glnghams and fig- New figured silk in Pure linen toweling in Ished black taffeta, fully in dark and light colors, ured lawns, in an excel- floral and orient t- both bleached and un tguaranted to give the in neat stripe and check lent assortment of pat- terns-full 36 inche e; bleached, 18 inches wide best satisfaction; our reg- effects; all 75c and 85c terns for both waists and regular 15c quality r excellent for both r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Millinery Wonderfully Cheap, and by far the Finest Stock in Missoula From Which to Silect The Finest Millinery Store. in all 1oiltana, and prices now are little stre than half regular. One 401d red and fifty lovely pattern hats go on the bargain tables at, each ............. $5 They are worth as high as $12.50. LaIifes who want a really stylish hat for very little should investigate this of fering. It's a well-known f fact that Donohue's mil linery has 'more class and style than can be found elsewhere and when we tell you these hats are among our choicest creations you'll be interested in the very low price. One hun dred and fifty to se lect from, all elegantly trimmed and made from the finest straws and braids. The colors are the season's most wanted. Pattern hats, worth as high as $12.50, reduced for a special. sale to...........S A great variety of worn enl's, mlises' and children's new. strains gird sailors. Prices Seldom Seea on Silks and Staple Piece...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

bDO YOU INOW at the Bitter Root valley is the largest of w famous fruit-growing disttt orthe northwest? Th. the Bitter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, Wenatchee and Yakima valleys? That the Mcintosh Red apple attains its highest sta\e of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the larsest private irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being carried out i the Bitter tout? That there ark more than 00,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Root? that there are h"lndredrs of new settlers coming to the valley thiil sum mer? That the university settlement in the Bitter Root is bringlpg to the valley some of the molt celebrated collepe professors in the country, who -jil make their summerihomes here? That.there are at least bthree other settlement plans to be carried out this summer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence tho Bitter Root? That, there is no other distr t so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Bitter Root? The Bitter Root Valle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

Missoula Mercantile Company .isul Oldestl, Iles/ mot I iangst ,N/or--thc .1aIre u , 1ýýlity J3/cit 1(1 handi Ce, Iours llas and ýý'livulnt- I I f ' A Gr eat Sale of Men's Shirts Begins Tomorrow A Week-End Event Bringing Remarkable Savings on Strictly New Goods Hundreds of dozens of good quality, new spring shirts go on sale tomorrow at greatly reduced prices to adjust our stock. It's to be the greatest event of its kind ever presented to the men of Missoula and vicinity and one in which all classes of men will profit. Be on hand when the sale begins and supply your season's needs at an average saving of ONE-HALF 75c to $1 Negligee Shirts 35c .0 dozen ( men's Negiigee 8Ihirts, 1tedium1 and light colored, iin striped lateens asnl 1111 and other last 101( ed cheviots; every s1irl 111ll cunt and well nIulle and emlry one a regular 75e to $1 value; sale price, earh ................(.__... ._ ....35c 75c Black Sateen Shirts 35c 24 dozen 2,0ood tuall i yl Black Sla yn Shirts, cut. full 1o ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

MsCENT I WORD Missoulian Class Ads Brin Sure Resut Money In Dairying The world over and particularly so in Montana. Look at the price of dairy products in Missoula. Is it any wonder that the dairymen are rich? We are going to offer you an oppor tunity to get rich. We have for sale-- exclusively---35 acres 4 1-2 miles from Missoula that is especially fitted up for a dairy. It has a good five-room plas tered house, first-class milk house, ice house, root cellar, and a barn that will stable 75 head of cows. Two good wells and spring water on the property. Also good water right. There is a fine grow ing crop; and in addition there is 65 acres of leased land all in crop. This makes a growing crop of some 85 or 90 acres. This property which is but one mile from Fort Missoula, which is now being made a batallion post, is for sale at $8000. This price includes the growing crop which is valued at $2000. We will make very easy terms, or will exchange for good city property, in full or in part...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchange AW dOne of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain il this office as follows; Box Q-Ono W. G. D.-One R. O--One W. M. H.-One H. B.-Q9e l;. F. Braun-One A. F.-One Hustler-Three X, 4 X.-One Piano-Eight WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO ' illY - TIlE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Cedar street. Highest prices paid for old metal, rubber, bottles and hides. All orders called for. -hone Rt6. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-160 ACRES OF' LAND with 65 or 70 acres in crop. Also farming tools (all new), horses, har ness and wagons. Seven head of horses, four working horses and three colts. Ten miles from Mis soula. Gras Valley. Win. V. Cyr. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FIVE-ROOM HOUSIE. CORNER LOT, $1,000. Phone 322 red. FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSE, 10 rooms, at 117 West Cedar street. 8'OUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. GOOD BUtILDING L.OT ON RtOL lins street, on water ma...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

*w ý'l 11 Rib 8USa( CORNER. $iseoula's Best Grocery SPECIAL >.ckers' "Half-Minute" Coffee Pots Sour-quart sizes, $2.25 value..$1.50 Two-quart sizes, $1.75 value..|1.25 For This Week. RANDALL'S GRAPE JUICE Absolutely Pure. 'Quarts, per bottle ...........5O Pints per bottle ............. 3O Halt Pints, per bottle . 1O Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. Sharpen Your Razor This week we will sell you a gen. ulne IMPORTED RAZOR HONE, guaranteed to give you perfect sat isfaction and of tested I ualily, for 75 CENTS Lre have only a few loft, and iI you need a hone, this ia your 1 Remember to use our Quick De. livery Service to any part of thu cit. Phone us, No. 16, and see tow quickly your order Is illled. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONE 16 yHggine Avenue and Front Street. Missoula, Mont. Wall Paper 0 Double C"~ Roll At S1iONS 312 t1iggins Ave. 'erything That is best and newest in furniture and house and office furnishings is to lie found in the new stock in Our new store. The stock ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

4U41-YAJr .BFAUozFULLP4LAce PRE IDE11T" G OlMEZ H A A N 'S m i ce n o t e f- le t a rt a d o n o so la l fe H res t g rilled Irle rries o i ii t lir re n it an ei iis fai lyr r are i ivin g in th is AVANAl ihome re, Pres tidt Joerr iii insualet ni iii poua,ne h i i g -enil irigieg slat Id idus \1 Itlirut i-issar ulenlidi hurmre which haI bee u Miguel Gomrezis on rt tire i1- irianner and is ii tiiial C uII ni i tr.aftirorIl-inSlu~sanllU lhu i in eian bhelor after est buildings iin the Paris ill Cuia irs s 'taiirsmii war-li 'i tit er eeir tdionsne -* 'ru Huig.Iiulvin is spirrus, an tamt, ee aits \rrnriern r~nbceo f Hravarra is often atproirpriati-ty ni iiei whir-l recur is cry WVeilresii i even-. ihi dininst 1 is pCiiui in at irealh criean Situated on tire Plnaz iii Ar iius, tire iris i arillffirs hich Hertriig rut tiret samta lresth ttdi T Snsh aurcisoufo most ihistoriri spuit ini tub a tco frslrirrrablru wrein in Hasin Two* i-lm inte hi Hua xctmtannis bthssmet miantis (ne of the tin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

Lee_ Ile ' New York, June 15, 1911. tir C. A. Harnois, manager Harnois Theater, Missoula, Mont. Dear Sir: Replying to your letter of June 0th, which lir. Ieaks reeerred to me today. would say that the clipping vincleld was tnkei from an article published in Milwaukee, with which nl had nothing to o, The mention of Missoula was taken fenom an Interview given nout by Miss Russell over a year ago in Boston, and referred at that time to 1h acident which happened in the old theater in your city. There, was no Intention on our part to do anything that would refl(e.t upon AIs soula, and we all found the new th eater such a, pleasant hoius to play intwat we are quite as sorry as you are that this thing en il up. With teat Dishes, and hoping to play with you again on our next western tour, I remain Very truly yours, TisiEODORE, MlTIT HtLL, SBusiness Manager, Lillian Russell. "The Burgomaster." The Montreal, Quehe', (lazette of Tuesday, December 1i, 1508, has the following to say of The lBurg...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

** Lver rieavr V.T~srt~ f has thre ar ir~railIn oe pariculr wodeitnios ani ain ea.ra iiih1ushitr l luee* I** N~linraei Cr il a Aai elile.hit Itae .vinu Iwho timeeli t WO shade ofieseary taile uiei it bnillini livi earicura fiat it Suit C miestomter beah, ol the liiiufea nslo dish ad irting vlc neit e muil h ad msth Smpy, tnlolnm l u isg t vai iiroom -i ii liii rlll.ne Ntii luila thei stansirtile blistering aliliith amil lnrl iiol aeinig i tii'l i lila . Thul I mart-iil whitpplheg usunt 0111igintaloi .ltlllan liit nilpe harkoiera pexensot af uhtrol sadht wreks ofme ht bo ellowrdhtta ii- tig maooli ms efrrt. ttisig h effect ere headlgear. 'I't orefore, the smart, trima little street hat and correi t turtan should he put carefully away with the begin ning of June, to be taken out in fresh condition as soon as the fall breezes begin to make summer raiment look flimsy. A trip through the millinery districts now, whether one visits the exclusive-and expensive--shops on the upper avenpe, o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

S lhfetel, Day to the Year. ittJAN lBLISHING CO. 1!9 #id ]1I Wit Main Street, Mis A ogoi*,, MOnmtana, Iputeted At the posttotice at Missoula M oat %s second-clss mail matter *U 8 RlPTION RtAtES (in Advance) __,__, one month .....................$0.76 three months...............».. 2.25 ayir md;]iorahe .... ................. 4.00 D yIe tti Year .. ..........»...... 8.00 Weeky;t* year . ........ .......» 1.51 edded -or foreign countries TiLEPHONE NUMBER Bii*aues* Offle 110 Editorial Rooms $Uii$RIBERS' PAPERS *#e )%issouliau is anxious to give the mest cirrier service; therefore sub eiha r _ib are requested to report faulty dellay at once. In ordering papei ohati to snets address please give oltd S md a also. Money orders and heecke. ehould be made payable to Th ideulan Publishing Company PUNDAY.JUTND 20. 1d0, PASSING EVENTS Ndw i. the 'high tide of the year. Tie yeliow 'roses are here and with them, as usual, comes the full flood of saili~5t 7 a -se son that is nowhere so ideal es t- ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

' ýi tee. ý "'4 "ýv `ý ~y,ýx' ý ý ý 'ý: ý ,ý ;~ Np ' , '1 7 Although a number of delightful iiii fairs, including dinners, cord parties, inensingtons, eti., liave been given during the past week, the most inter esting to the greatest number of pei rei have heat the engagements anl nouncedl ant the weddings. For solie reo son the first two weeks of June. The most popular month in the year for marriages, were very dill for t'uoid, sod for a while it seemed as though the next Dpulnlar mouth, Sep tember, would find June nlii easy rival, but the lost week tins leciiedvly changed suicih prospects, and if the stories now being spread by Doame IH mor are true not only the rest of the month, but the rest of the siummer, will erove that Mi'soula san hold ioe own in aiffairs of the huirt as enthus iautically as in ithr affairsi Engageent a-nnounced. One of the most ii'umotant l vents of Lili Wsik was the uiuoinaLiu'aenit of the engageiuent of Miss L ui ut Nelson and Orvill Enignlllili. Miss Ne...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 June 1909

HOW TO LOCATE ON LANDS OF THE FLATHEAD RESERVE The detrtiltk' instrurtions as to the method d! procedure in the registra tion and entering in connection with thb Flathead reservation opening, as set forth officially is as follows: Dear str: You are informed that a registration for the opening of the Fiathead Indian reservation in Mlon tana, the Coeur d'Aiene Indian res ervation in Idaho and the Spoktnte Indian reservation in Washington will begin on July IC ann end on Atiguet I, I9l0ll. Any person itualified to make either an original, a senond or an additional homestead entry may register for ilnds in any or all of these reservations, All who desire to register must go, in person, to the Col lowing registration points to swear to their applicatitins for registration; to either Xalfispell or Missoula, Montane, to register for Flathead lands, to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to register for CCeOtr d'Alene lands atd to Spoltane, T~elishigton, to register for Spoltane lands. Abiltications for ...

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